Issue No. 1 (3 September 2021)

We hope you will enjoy reading our first E-Bulletin of the academic year! This is where we periodically celebrate student successes, as well as sharing with you a number of learning highlights from the regular working day.
In this first edition, we are delighted to include news of quite a few students who have achieved highly impressive awards or nominations during the summer break! Congratulations to all of these students!
2 Sep 2021

Year 10 Drug Education Awareness Assembly  

On Tuesday, Year 10 had a guest presenter from ‘Kely Support’ – a Hong Kong based Youth health and well-being focused NGO. The Kely Support session was delivered as a part of our unit on Drug Education and Awareness, which will focus on giving the student the skills and knowledge needed to avoid using drugs and alcohol, protect themselves and make healthy choices for themselves, and support their peers. It was great to see the students interact with the presenter, answer questions on drugs and find out what they need to know about them.


2 Sep 2021

Year 8 Textile Design

Year 8 students are exploring personal expression in Textile Design. They started their development by learning some hand sewing skills and making an emoji badge to show how they were feeling. 

2 Sep 2021

Hong Kong Fencing Championship

Well done to Clara Cheung (13N2) who has won the 2nd runner up in the Junior Women’s Epee event at the HK Fencing Championships held on July 24.

Clara is currently ranked #5 in Hong Kong and has made it into the HK Junior Women’s Fencing Team. There is now a possibility for her to fence in the upcoming Asian Youth Games in 2022!

2 Sep 2021

English Writing Competition for Character Development

Congratulations to Jane Hau (08K2)! During the Summer holidays, she collected her award for winning the ‘Player to Page” English Writing Competition for Character Development.

She was rewarded with a writing experience with Lancaster University, Voice Coaching with AllVoiceTalent, a writing tablet, and a gaming headset.

The competition was for all Junior students from Year 7-10, so Jane being Year 7 at the time means that her victory was a truly impressive feat!

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