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We are honoured to have invited Ms Chin to share her valuable experience with us. She was a news reporter and has become an artist and a student at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Her real story of dream chasing is inspirational and her singing performance is absolutely marvellous! Students are inspired to find their interest and set their goal.
This cohort of F6 students have faced challenges posed by COVID-19 throughout all three senior school years. Thankfully, they have not been defeated, but made stronger and braver!
In the Graduation Ceremony, F6 students expressed their gratitude to their classmates, teachers and parents, thanking them for their company and support in their ups and downs. It’s hard to say goodbye to STMC, where their countless youth memories can be found. Yet, they were pleased to be blessed by Principal Cheung, all the teachers and the church members. Rev. Lam Chun gave an inspirational speech, encouraging the graduates to listen to their own heart and seek support from God.
With the support from all parties, the graduates felt grateful and empowered. Their parents and teachers were all delighted to share the joy with them!
The campaign “Happy Campus” held by Guidance Committee was held successfully. Students enjoyed the activities and games while building friendship and positive attitude. In the prize presentation, the winners are happy to share their joy!
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Principal Cheung, Vice Principals Mr Tsang, Ms Wong and other teachers pay a visit to the Arts Studio of SKH St Mary’s Church Mok Hing Yiu College, which provides a space for visual arts, literature and music. They can feel the power of arts and gain inspiration for arts development at our school.
We understand that F1 students find their new school unfamiliar and face challenges in the adaptation of secondary school life. Thankfully, a group of enthusiastic higher-form students play an active role of their big brothers and sisters. In this ceremony, F1 students say thanks to them and they recall their unforgettable memories together.
The Annual Best Prefect Election was held in early June. Prefect Leaders have chosen the most outstanding prefect from their teams. The results were released in the Prefect Gathering on 15 June with our Principal, Ms Cheung.
In the gathering, Principal Cheung showed her recognition and appreciation towards the hard work from the Prefect Team. She encouraged the prefects to uphold their outstanding personal qualities and strive to be the models among STMC students.
Apart from the awardees, Principal Cheung and Mr Yeung the Discipline Master gave a note of thanks to the Head Prefect and Vice Head Prefects for their efforts and contributions in this academic year.
The Head Prefect, Vice Head Prefects were given a gift as encouragement. Principal Cheung also bought drinks for the prefects as a token of gratitude. The awardees are as follows:
2A Issac Wong
2A Casper Yeung
2A Jasmine Shum
2B Hurricane Mak
4B Kendrew Fung
Congratulations to our winners, who had marvelous and remarkable performances in the F.3 Interdisciplinary Project: HK Cultural Tourism Competition. In it, students worked hard to be the best group in promoting a tourist spot of significant cultural values in Hong Kong with their DIY websites. Their learning outcomes showed that they had applied interdisciplinary knowledge across the Chinese Language, Chinese History, Computer, English Language and History subjects and utilised the 21st century's 6C skills (Character, Citizenship, Collaboration, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication) in their work.
Congratulations to all the students for their outstanding performance in a large variety of English competitions! The junior-form and senior-form awardees are given prizes and souvenirs in recognition of their hard work and achievements. We are pleased to invite Principal Cheung and all the English Teachers to take photos with our awardees on stage to share the splendid moments together!
In order to enhance students' understanding of the "fair trade" concept under globalization and cultivate their entrepreneurial spirit, the Departments of Economics and Business, Accounting & Financial Studies hold the Fair Trade Campus Sale, selling fair trade products.
Being entrepreneurs for the first time, the core group members are very excited. Besides selling products, they also distribute leaflets to schoolmates explaining the principles of fair trade. Our schoolmates and teachers support the event and respond enthusiastically.
Part of the profits from this sale will be donated to the organizations that promote fair trade, so that more students and the public can understand the concept of fair trade.
The concept of “healthy communication between parents and children” is greatly promoted during different sessions. Parents are guided to reflect on their parenting styles and look for ways to consolidate their communication skills when interacting with their children. Having been introduced a better and effective communication model, parents are able to achieve a harmonious family relationship which can benefit them from better understanding the emotional needs of their children.
Students transitioning from Form 3 to the senior-form curriculum may find it challenging to adapt to new learning stages. We are pleased to launch a Careers Talk to our students to give them some guidance on choosing their elective subjects and making their careers plans. A job-matching model is offered to the students to choose their preferred job categories and they highly engage in the talk.
Students are awarded with different prizes in recognition of their superb performances in BAFS. We are pleased to invite our School Principal and Vice Principals to present all the prizes and trophies to the students. We would like to thank all the BAFS Teachers for devoting their time and efforts to leading students to tackle all the individual and collaborative competitions.
To promote the concept of “Bring Your Own Bag for Shopping (BYOB)” to life, the Resources Committee held the Inter-Class DIY Recycled Bag Design Competition in June. A plain recycled bag was given to each class, and students shall put their creative designs on the bag by using all sorts of artistic skills like coloring, sewing, and pasting with the theme of reducing the use of plastic bags and conserving our planet. Thank you, Principal Ms. Cheung, Vice Principals Mrs. Wong, Mrs. Kwok, Mr. Tsang, and F.6 PTA member to be our judges and provide inspiring feedback. The best design for each form is 1B and 1E, 2A, 3B, 4C, and 5C. All the beautiful recycled bags are displayed in the 3/F corridor for promoting environmental conservation.
In this English Project, all Form 4 students are required to produce a 1-minute film or a five-minute documentary with the theme – “Hope and Optimism”. F4 students make use of various skills, such as use of technology, cooperation, research, and communication skills. With great preparation, their English presentations have been accomplished ideally.
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