The 2017-2018 School Opening Ceremony was held in the school hall on 1 September, 2017. Our Principal, Mr. Wong Chung Ki, delivered a welcoming address at the ceremony. On behalf of the school and all the staff, he gave a warm welcome to all students.
The Po Leung Kuk Flag Day was held on 16 August, 2017 (Wednesday). Parents and students were invited to take part in this meaningful fund-raising event. Donations will be used for Po Leung Kuk educational and social welfare services. The participation of flag selling provides a good opportunity for our students to take part in community service
'The Project of Healthy Teenager' aims at helping students to develop a healthy life style, cultivate positive life attitudes and also to enhance the skills in handling different challenges in life. Moreover, it helps establish a healthy and safe environment for youths with concerted efforts from schools and parents.
The Joint School Competition Prize Presentation Ceremony (2015-2017) was held on 8 July,2017.
The 2016-2017 Po Leung Kuk Joint School STEM Motorboat Competition is co-organized by 5 Po Leung Kuk affiliated schools on 7 July, 2017.
The 5 participating schools are :
Tong Nai Kan Junior Secondary College
C.W. Chu College
Riverain Primary School
Siu Hon Sum Primary School
Leung Chow Shun Kam Primary School
Students from Class 2D went to the Fire and Ambulance Services Education Centre cum Museum on 10 July,2017.
A Mai Po Wetland Education Programme was organized by MCNEC on 6 July, 2017.
This Programme was held by the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature), which aimed to develop students' positive attitude towards the environment. They also learnt the importance of wetland management from the field work experience.
As one of the winners of the Inter-school Cross-curricular Project Competition on Climate Change 2016/17, a group of 1 teacher and 6 students from Class 2A were invited to join a study tour about climte change to Qingdao, Jinan and Tai'an from 2 July, 2017 - 6 July, 2017. Through the field trips and the visits to The Ocean University of China and its affiliated secondary school, students were able to learn more about the global warming and its effects on Earth.