The S.1 Orientation and Parents' Day was held on 25th August, 2019. The aim of the Orientation Day was to build up a mutual relationship between class teachers and students in order to help the new students adapt to the new secondary school life. In addition, parents could get a general idea about the school policy, academic requirements, extra-curricular activities and other related issues in this academic year.
The Po Leung Kuk Flag Day was held on 28 August, 2019 (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. Participating in flag selling provides a good opportunity for our students to take part in community services.
This July, our School joined PLK Stanley Ho Sau Nan Primary School on a study tour to England, where students learnt about historical and cultural heritage, as well as development in science and technology in the country. During the 13-day tour, secondary and primary students worked in groups on a specific topic and learnt from each other. Apart from a 4-day English language course, students visited various museums, such as The British Museum, The Royal Observatory Greenwich, The Science Museum London and The National Gallery.
In order to extend the learning of gifted students in science and technology beyond the regular classrooms, our STEM subjects (Science, Computer Literacy and Design and Technology) have jointly organized a 5-Day Summer Programme for school team members, with "Smart City: Environmental Protection" as the theme. We were grateful to have Clean Air Network, an NGO that concerns about air pollution, providing us with a fruitful workshop on measuring pollutants in air. Under the guidance of Professor W.H.
Our school joined the STEM exhibition event at the Hong Kong Book Fair 2019. Various STEM projects from different subjects were displayed. Students brought their smart series (D&T STEM project) to participate in the STEM PLUS competition, and won the 'Technology Award'.
This competition covers all types of math games and is classified into four categories: image reasoning, block placement, numerical reasoning, and regional segmentation.
The competition includes three different categories of math games, in order to comprehensively assess the reasoning and thinking skills of all aspects of the students.
HKIMO, is named as Hong Kong International Mathematical Olympiad, is developed by former Hong Kong Mathematical Olympiad Team Team Leader, Mr Wong Tin Chun. The objective is to promote Mathematical Olympiad all over the world.
A large-scale international mathematics competition was organized by the International Mathematical Organizing Committee of the Asia-Pacific Cup, including various provinces and cities in China, Hong Kong and Macao. Taiwan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and other regions will all send teams to participate in the competition.
National Hualuogeng Gold Cup Junior Math Invitational Tournament was held in order to let the young people learn and appreciate Professor Hua Luogeng’s patriotism, the quality of hard work, and the love of science.Moreover, this tournament helps stimulate the interest of primary and secondary school students in mathematics, intellectual development, and universal mathematics.