Highlights

Life Buddies Mentoring Programme with Centaline Property Agency Ltd.

This year, our Careers Guidance Committee has joined the Life Buddies Mentoring Programme and cooperated with Centaline Property Agency Limited to carry out a series of mentoring programmes.

On the afternoon of February 26, under the leadership of the mentors from Centaline Property Agency Limited, seven S4 students visited the show flats of a new estate to learn about the current sales procedures of first-hand private residential properties in Hong Kong. Also, they visited the head office of th [......]


UNESCO “Global Citizenship Education” Festival

Two teams of S4 and S2 students have joined the GCE project with the theme of climate change this year. The project comes to its end with a festival taking place at Hong Kong Science Park. On 24/2/2019, the students joined the festival by setting up a booth with a mini game and a brief display of their learning product. They were also invited to a STEAM workshop in which they did experiments on detecting salinity in different solutions in order to learn the effects of climate change on the ocean [......]


The Hong Kong Youth Mathematical High Achievers Selection Contest

Yijia Sang of S3D participated in the Hong Kong Youth Mathematical High Achievers Selection Contest jointly organized by Po Leung Kuk and the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education on 26/1/2019.


The Tenth Hong Kong Mathematics Creative Problem Solving Competition for Secondary School

Three S1 students and one S2 student participated in the Tenth Hong Kong Mathematics Creative Problem Solving Competition for Secondary School organized by EDB on 23/2/2019.


HKIC: History Heritage Tour – former Fanling Magistracy

To raise students’ interest in learning history, our S4 students taking History as their elective subject joined a guided tour “HKIC Building Heritage Tour and visited the former Fanling Magistracy. Opened in 1961, the former Fanling Magistracy was the first Magistracy in the New Territories. Along with the neoclassical architectural style with an emphasis on the balance in structure and proportion, key elements such as original facade, defendants’ carport, Court Room 2 are preserved after revit [......]


Principal Lee writes in Sing Tao Daily – Taking a positive attitude to life


“Bi-literacy and Tri-linguicism” Elites Competition

The 15th Hong Kong Secondary School “Bi-literacy and Tri-linguicism” Elites Competition organized by the Rotary Club of Hong Kong Island West and the Hong Kong Federation of Education Workers was completed between January and April 2018. After the preliminary, semi-final and final competitions, the outstanding Chinese writing of S4A SO Fung-chi was recommended by the judges and awarded the best Chinese article. The organizers have compiled all the good works for a book and a conference was [......]


Social Enterprises Experience Day

As an enrichment for Humanities Days and the topic of Quality of Life in Liberal Studies, the Liberal Studies Panel has held the Social Enterprises Experience Day for the whole form of S4 students. Led by our Liberal Studies teachers, students were divided into 4 groups to visit 4 social enterprises (Ground Work, Community Development Alliance, We Do Global and Ginko House) in 4 districts (Wan Chai, Sham Shui Po, Yuen Long and Yau Ma Tei), for local guided tour or observing the operations of soc [......]


Water Speaks – Video Production Training Camp

Four S3 students were selected by the Liberal Studies to join the “Water Speaks – Video Production Training Camp” under the “Cherish Water Ambassador Scheme”. From the sharing of professionals about cherishing water and directors about production, as well as the cherish water experience activities, students learnt more about water resources and video production.

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Visit tour to City Gallery

To enrich students’ knowledge on Hong Kong’s economic development in the subject of Life and Society, our school has arranged a visit tour to City Gallery on 11 January this year for all S2 students. With the introduction by the guides, students learnt more about urban planning and the future development of infrastructures in Hong Kong.

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