The drama features the storyline of how a female drug addict stays away from drugs with the genuine support of her parents, conveying an uplifting message that it is never too late to get rid of drugs and start a new life. Every scene of the drama is impressive and enlightening. Each of us is amazed and inspired by the characters and the dramatic features.
We are pleased to announce that 4B Ng Tsz Yan and 4D To Ting Tung are awarded with prizes in recognition of their brilliant writing literacy in CUHK STEAM@Soybean Writing Competition. Assigned to write an article about the growth journey of soybeans, the students can ideally apply their profound biological knowledge and demonstrate their excellent writing skills in their written tasks. Moreover, two of our students, 6B Chan Kei Chun and 6D Cheung Hei Ching, are given awards in the International Biology Olympiads in recognition of their superb problem-solving skills.
It is such a blessing that two experiential learning activities about Japanese History could be organized in 1st term, 2021. Our Vice Principal Mrs. Wong took the F.5 History group students to visit the Hong Kong Kyudo Association on 16/11 and 17/12/2021. The first visit was a truly experiential activity to let students learn how the Japanese samurai dressed up and how they greeted their seniors. It was hoped that the students could grasp what obedience and loyalty conducted by the Japanese meant. The second one was a lecture shared and presented by Mr. Kwok Chun Wai, who was passionate about Japan and had expertise in Japanese history and Japanese military development. The two activities received big applause from the students. They loved and engaged in the activities, from which they learnt a lot.
The P.6 Guidance Day is successfully held with the support of all teachers and student helpers–all the talks, performances, exhibitions and booths are greatly featured in different sessions. Guests are impressed by all the well-scheduled activities and invited to capture our school highlights through exploration and interaction.
Senior form students and their parents are invited to attend the themed talk featuring the ways of managing stress and emotions. Parents are exposed to the source of stress that their children encounter in daily lives so that they can better understand the concept of how stress and emotions can greatly contribute to teenagers. Moreover, our Principal and Vice Principals share the ways with the parents on how senior form students get well-prepared for their university studies during the school-parent seminar.
Transitioning from junior form learning mode to senior form learning style, students may find it struggling to choose their elective subjects. We are glad to have invited guests from Hok Yau Club to give our F.3 students some useful tips on choosing elective subjects. All of them are highly engaged in the talk, and they can greatly benefit from the advice shared in different sessions.