JA It's My Business! program was successfully held at our school on 23rd February 2019. The program offers students a valuable opportunity to learn from the stories of successful entrepreneurs. Under the guidance of business volunteers, students learn about entrepreneurship through a series of activities, including Entrepreneur Quiz Show, Teen Club Blueprint, Business Plan and Personal Profile Cards. The students of BA and ECON school team enjoyed the activities and found the program interesting and useful.
In order to raise funds for further strengthening the multi-faceted services, the Annual Charity Walk was organized by Po Leung Kuk on Saturday, 23 February 2019. The whole school were excited about the event. Beautiful props and decorations stood around. It was an honorable and enjoyable moment for all students and teachers.
A SFC-JSC alumni sharing session was conducted on 22nd February, 2019. Around 28 SFC students representing different elective subjects shared the information, opinion and factors for consideration with S3 students in JSC about their studies, elective choices and transitioning to life after entering SFC.
A seminar about 'Senior Secondary and Subject Selection' was held on 20th February, 2019 for all S3 students and parents. Ms Ng, the Vice Principal of SFC, Ms Chan and Mr Lau of SFC gave an introduction of electives to be offered in 2019-20 academic year.
In order to let students have a deeper understanding about what they have learnt in the Liberal Studies lessons regarding the topic 'Election', our school has arranged a thematic knowledge enrichment talk for all Form 2 students.
The 2-day-1-night Personal Growth Training Camp for F.3 students was held in Jockey Club Tai Tong Holiday Camp from 17th to 18th February. The training camp provides ample opportunities for students to enhance their personal development. There are various team building tasks and fieldtrip challenges to raise the leadership ability, team spirit and resilience. A follow-up day camp will be held in late June to better equip students for their senior secondary school life.
Department of Business Accounting held a school talk "Rich Kid, Poor Kid Financial Management for Teens" on 22nd February 2019. Around 60 S.3 students participated in the school talk. The talk was mainly concerned about students' idea about money and financial concerns. Guest speaker from Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants delivered the financial concerns to students by scenario drama videos, videos about street interviews, presentations and a Q&A session. Students felt interested in the talk.
A tea gathering for all F1 students and their teachers was held on 15th February. The tea gathering enabled the mentors of 'Stand By Me Programme' to have the mid-year review to the students.
With the generous support and guidance from the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and GENSUS, '5-in-5 program' kicked off with our enthusiastic English Ambassadors in school in mid February. The programme comprises of a series of workshops introducing a brand new concept 'Design Thinking'. The aim is to guide English Ambassdors to create social projects to help the peer and primary students in Hong Kong to learn English. It was an exciting start and we hope to see them grow with self-confidence and self-worth.