To facilitate positive development and unleash potential of our students, Class 2A and 2E participated in a Service Learning Activity on 17 December, 2021. They have had a chance to work with the elderly from Evangelical Free Church of China Social Service Limited – Mei Foo Elderly Centre. Through the activity, our students have learnt how to communicate and work with the elderly. The elderly also taught our students some exercise which is good for their health.
The first 3-Day Biotechnology Tasting Programme for PLK Chee Jing Yin Primary School was successfully held on 20, 27 November and 4 December 2021. Our students are responsible for introducing and teaching the primary school students how to conduct experiments. The programme includes the introduction of Biotechnology, micro-organisms, DNA & RNA, DNA electrophoresis and the theory of DNA fingerprinting, which is widely used in forensic science. All the primary school students and our student helpers enjoyed this activity.
To introduce the latest development of Tong Nai Kan Junior Secondary College to parents and students from primary schools, an admission talk was arranged on 11 December 2021. Apart from the talk, the school also offered a glimpse of different facilities by having a VR school tour with parents. There were lots of visitors and many of them showed interest in our school!
The Physical Education Department organized an event for students to experience fencing on the Life-Wide Learning Day. A famous fencing coach Mr. Lam Hin Chung, Antonio was invited to our school to introduce fencing and demonstrate techniques. During the activity, students not only had basic understanding of fencing, but they also learnt some simple techniques, including footwork and attacking skills. Students also carried out a series of physical activities. They responded enthusiastically and actively participated in various activities.
One World Spirit Organisation invited our school to visit families in Discovery Bay with St. Nicholas on 5th December 2021. Before that, students went to a workshop to prepare themselves for the home visit. Five students were listening to St. Nicholas about the details, schedule and customs needed. Besides, One World Spirit Organisation also organised a Christmas Bazaar in Discovery Bay Lantau Boat Club. All proceeds go to Po Leung Kuk social services to support disadvantaged children in Hong Kong.
To celebrate the National Constitution Day, MCNEC organized a series of related activities, including education session in class teacher period, exhibition boards and real-time flag raising ceremony. Students were able to learn about the knowledge of our National Constitution and the conditions of the motherland nowadays from these activities.
To help students understand more about the career of being a seaman, a career visit was held on 4th December 2021. Six Students were invited to the Hong Kong Maritime Museum in Central. During the visit, the history of maritime development in Hong Kong, different trade products and the career path of a seaman were introduced to students. Most students said that the event was meaningful as they learnt more about the maritime industry.
The Basic Law Library is located on the 5/F of the City Hall Public Library. The Basic Law Collection and about 7,500 items of reference materials acquired by the Basic Law Institute which were originally housed in the Hong Kong Central Library can be found there. Readers can make use of the collection for better understanding and research on the Basic Law of the HKSAR.
Djembe is one of the world's oldest instruments that was originated from the South Africa. Africans play the drum with singing and dancing in various ceremonies and festivals such as weddings, funeral and harvest celebration. Besides, they use the drum to deliver messages across villages as the sound of the drum is bright to transmit. Students experienced to play the traditional instrument of South Africa and unleashed their creativity to design their own rhythm.