Whole-school English Activity - Halloween

The English Ambassadors had a frightfully good time writing and colouring ghastly Halloween messages which will be on display on the school campus. The Ambassadors did a bloodcurdlingly good job of writing what Halloween meant to them personally and what they would be doing over Halloween; on paper bats, pumpkins, ghosts and Frankenstein monsters. There were messages of terror and of humour to describe the festival and some which could make you scream and howl - perhaps with both laughter and/or with fear. After pinning the messages to the board the English Ambassadors were rewarded with the option of having a “trick” or (healthy) “treat” – some brave souls even chose a trick! Happy Halloween!

Astroquest Competitions 2014

Members of the Astronomy Club participated in the Astroquest competitions organized by CUHK and HKUSU. They were rewarded the second runner-up and first runner-up respectively.

Congratulations to the following members for their diligence and effort:

CUHK Second runner-up: Mak Jun Yan, Chiu Tai Fuk and Au Wing Hang,

HKUSU First runner-up: Mak Jun Yan, Chiu Tai Fuk and Lam Ling Shan

F.2 Drama Competition 2014-2015

“Lace Up Against Bullying” was the performance piece for F.2 Drama Competition. All F.2 actors worked hard and performed well. Each class enacted the play and gave their best endeavor, in which the audience greatly enjoyed. It was a difficult decision for the adjudicators to select the winners. Finally, the winners were as follows:

Champion: 2A

1st Runner-up: 2C

The best pronunciation: 2A Ip Shun Yan

The best team work: 2D

Congratulations!

 

F.1-2 Lunchtime Vocabulary Games

The boys from Form 1A were the first lucky contestants to participate in various games devised, created, and hosted by the English Ambassadors every Monday and Wednesday lunch from 13:20 to 13:50. Using an amalgamation of vocabulary from their English, Integrated Humanities and Integrated Science subjects, the participants took part in games such as “Pairs” (matching up the vocabulary with the corresponding picture), “Mind Blown” (finding the correct word using the description) and everyone’s all-time-favourite “Bingo” (but with the added twist of using the definition to identify the correct word). The enjoyment from Form 1A was clear from their beaming smiles and competitive nature to take part in all games, sometimes…more than once! There were some great prizes to be won and over the coming weeks more classes will take part in the games which will help students revise and practise what they have learnt in the classroom! 

 

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