From 29 Jun to 9 July, the History Panel organised a history and culture tour to Germany and Poland for F4 History students. To equip them with better understanding of the two world wars and the livelihood of Europeans at that time, students visited different important historical cities such as Berlin, Warsaw and Munich. Through the visit to different important historical sites such as the Auschwitz Concentration Camp, students reflect profoundly on the value of studying history and the importance of learning from history.
The Alumni Sharing Day, which is held by the Alumni Association, serves as a platform for both our alumni and students to connect with each other. In the sharing, our alumni from various faculties of different tertiary institutions share with F5 students their experiences in subject selection, university life, and strategies for preparing for DSE. Our students are interested in the sharing and are eager to find out more. With more information and interaction, we hope F5 students can find their direction and plan their future.
The Graduation Ceremony is an event not only to say farewells, but also to witness the growth of all the graduates. With the blessings from their families, the church, guests, principal and all the teachers, we wish the graduates every success in their future. May the wisdom and support they have gained all these years be with them in their life path.
It’s never easy to say goodbye, but we teachers and F6 graduates take this valuable opportunity to enjoy a splendid graduation dinner together. With performances, games and sharing, we all share the joy of this event. It’s the sense of belonging to STMC, the care, love and support we feel at STMC that make our memories special!
The Staff Development Team is eager to arrange a wide range of activities and workshops for teachers to explore the world more, holding a belief that the growth of teachers can contribute to the growth of students as well.
Taking the opportunity of Staff Development Day, we teachers visit the Hong Kong News Expo, which is a revitalized heritage building. It has been transformed into an education facility, where we can learn more about the evolution of Hong Kong’s new media and the importance of free flow of information.
Following the visit, we go to a social enterprise restaurant to learn more about its mission and operation.
Every year, the English Panel provides students with opportunities to join not only inter-class competitions, but also inter-school competitions. Here comes the prize presentation to celebrate the great effort and outstanding performance our students have put forth in these competitions. The inter-class competitions are concerned with writing, video-making and debating while the inter-school ones include Harvard Book Prize, Filmit, HKFYG English Public Speaking Contest and Hong Kong Speech Festival.
Principal Cheung shares with us her experience in the training course which took place in Boston during Easter holidays. This training course, targeted at leaders from the education field, has given an insight into different teaching and learning modes. Our Principal shares with us her reflections on the training and the importance of life-long learning. She has also invited a student Ranita Leung to share with us some effective ways of her learning.