F.3 Inter-class competitions was held in the late November. All F.3 classes participated in the game "Charades" which was held by the Student Union. "Charades" is a game which is to guess what object, person, character, movie, TV show your team mate is acting out (without talking). F.3 students enjoyed playing this game. Thay all had fun in the competition.
In order to know more about our students, the Vice-Principal, Ms. Siu is meeting all form two students during lunchtime. Students can talk about what they feel about everything of the school.
In order to have more and better communication with our students, Principal Wong is having talks with form three students starting from October to the end of this academic year. More photos will be coming soon.
All science school team members visited The Chinese University of Hong Kong Eye Centre on 29 November 2018. We were honoured to have Professor CHU Wai Kit to give a speech to all students about three main eye diseases. Also students had a chance to investigate the amazing laboratory and research achievement of the eye centre. All students had a memorable experience.
Ten students took part in the competition organized by Bastille Post on 28 November 2018. Students have gained valuable experience from the competition.
Our Chinese Orchestra participated in 2018 Hong Kong Youth Music Interflows (Chinese Orchestra Contest) and received the Merit Award.
An overnight camp was carried out from 30th November to 1st December. Various team building activities were arranged for 34 participants to experience how great a team could be if everyone communicates and cooperates.
English Club members attended AFS International Fair in late November. They visited booths from different countries, such as Finland, Italy, France, Switzerland and Nepal etc. In the fair, they enjoyed the time interacting with international students, playing games and trying their local food. It was a fruitful day.
3E and 3A students joined the African Drums Arena on 23rd November, 2018. Apart from playing drums together, the workshop also helped enhance students' creativity and raise students' awareness of the sustainable development of our nature. Students found the two-hour drumming experience exciting and unforgettable as this was their first time they had played the drums and water buckets with their schoolmates together.