In order to let students explore a wider variety of topics in their Graduation Thesis, we encourage dstudents to submit their projects to join competitions organized by different organizations. This year, a group of 3A students, Joey Chen, Cherie Chiu, Amanda Kwok and Cherry Wong have won the Merit Award in the Liberal Studies Programme organized by The Hong Kong Tuberculosis, Chest and Heart Diseases Association. The theme of the competition this year is "Explore into Social Problems - How to kick the vices and turn the tide?".
In the Mainland Exchange Programme for Junior Secondary and Upper Primary School Students----Chinese style buildings, their history and culture in Guangzhou we had made a meaningful trip to Guangzhou to learn more about the Chinese culture. In the two-day trip, we visited many temples and ancestral halls.There were many objects which people used in ancient times. We learned a lot of different historical facts of Guangzhou.
A group of F.3 students went to explore a museum of food culture on 22nd May 2015. The museum introduced the food culture of Hong Kong from the past to the present. Lots of exhibits, including herbs, food samples, cutlery, kitchen tools, stoves, etc of Hong Kong are displayed; students and visitors could be allowed to take up most of them.
Students of Class 3D and 3E attended the "All Are Guests - Homecoming" at the Hong Kong Museum of Art on the Life-wife Learning Day. The exhibition has shown the masterpieces of artists Leung Mee-ping, Chow Chun-fai and art group CoLAB x SLOW. They examine their own sense of self in relation to the city in the light of the intricate yet subtle host-guest dynamics of the contemporary world and express their ideas through different media. The students enjoyed it very much. The exhibition was very insightful for the students.
This program was a discipline and moral training course which aimed at promoting the sense of moral and civic awareness of our students. The program was organised by Hong Kong Association of Youth Development, which provides National Education, Moral Education and enhances problem-solving skills of students.
The "Mainland Exchange Programme for Junior Secondary and Upper Primary Students" has been organised by the Education Bureau (EDB) since 2008. The programme aims to provide learning experience for students to deepen their understanding of the history, culture, custom, urban/rural developments as well as nature conservation of the Guangdong Province, and its relationship with Hong Kong.
Two classes of S.3 students joined the African Drums workshop on 22 May, 2015. Apart from playing drums, the workshop also helped enhance students' creativity, leadership and team spirit. Students found the two-hour drumming experience exciting and unforgettable. For many students, this was their first time they had played the drums outdoors and enjoyed African dancing and singing culture with native African tutors.
This Reading Carnival was about a passion for reading and a passion for protecting the environment of Planet Earth. Students met authors who have been moved by passion for the environment to write a book or to take action to make the world a better place. Besides, students from different schools set up exhibitions or market stalls to share ideas between schools and students.
Students from 2C and the kids from Po Leung Kuk Kindergarten enjoyed the session on 9th and 16th May, 2015. Students designed different games and English activities for the kids and students implemented their plan on the service dates. Students of 2C learnt how to design a suitable activity program as well as how to interact with kids while the kids enjoyed participating in different games and activities.