Issue No. 8 (13 November 2020)

13 Nov 2020

MaD Week Food Drive With ImpactHK

Esther 8K1 writes:

“These are the food we collected over our MaD week food drive which will be passed onto the homeless people in Hong Kong with the support of the charity ImpactHK. Jeff Rotmeyer, the founder of ImpactHK, helps homeless people by giving them food rounds as acts of generosity. We wanted to continue our work supporting ImpactHK and your help with our food drive was a huge success in achieving our goals. On behalf of the MaD Council, we thank everyone who donated food items!”  


13 Nov 2020

Scouts Complete Marathon Hike

Chief Scouts’ candidates completed their 30K expedition at the end of October – all in one go, on a marathon 7 1/2 hour hike late into the night. Organiser Lucas Chan (Y10) wanted to hike around Tai Tam, and it took the six Scouts half a dozen recces to map out a new route crossing some of Hong Kong island’s wildest corners.

Covid-19 has brought in special challenges: in the past, Scouts could spread the expedition over two days, and camp overnight. This year, with all campsites closed, they only had the option of a long hike, all in one go. The Scouts also had to prepare part of the expedition on Zoom, as face-to-face activities were suspended over the summer and only resumed on October 10th.

The Scouts started at Chai Wan MTR, hiked up Dragon’s Back, then down and along Tai Tam Bay, around the Tai Tam reservoirs, and finished by hiking along remote catchwaters at the foot of Violet Hill and the Twins.

The team also had to postpone the expedition by two days due to a late season typhoon.

Well done to Brendan Tang, David Chong, Justin Cheng, Lucas Chan, Zheng Hao Leong – all from Y10.

11 Nov 2020

Learning Support Art Exhibition 

We are excited to showcase some of the artwork created in the ASDAN Expressive Art class. In class, students studied famous artists around the world and attempted different techniques to create their own. 

The Art Exhibition is held at the Wong Chuk Hang MTR station (free area) from today until 30th November 2020. Please come and celebrate the fantastic student work. Enjoy!

11 Nov 2020

SIS Sync’d – A Very Special Interhouse Event!

Be sure to check out the highlights reel below of this rather unique whole school collaboration (and competition), first broadcast for students on Friday 6th November. and won by Namas. “SIS Sync’d” was organised by Ms Bundy, Miss Bosson and Mr Jolly and led by the enthusiastic student house captains. Thanks again to all participants, but especially the house captain editors and fabulous staff judges: Mr Thums, Ms Kade and Mr Vignoles. The Namas house captains are Rohan Williams and Hannah May.

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