Evangelization Week 2013-2014

Evangelization Week was held from March 31 to April 3 and the theme was “Grace”.

During the week, information about the theme and students’ writings were displayed around the school campus. Several events were held at lunch time for students to know more about “Grace”.

There was also a video presentation and teacher-adjudicators and class representatives voted ‘My beloved video of Grace’ to be the best video that represented the theme.

Two Tai Kwok Tsui Catholic Primary Schools (Tai Kwok Tsui Road and Hoi Fan Road) were invited to visit our school for the Evangelization Week display and the sharing of Brother John and CSA Committee members.

The guests were impressed with our religious development and hoped to visit our school again next year.

Visit to St. Joseph's Home for the Aged by the Chinese Orchestra

OurChinese Orchestra performed at St. Joseph’s Home for the Aged on Saturday, 29th March 2014. The elderlyhappily welcomedour visit and they enjoyed the music very much.

Students even got a chance to meet Father Gabriel Liu at the event and they had a pleasant gathering in the afternoon.

Castle Peak Power Station Visit

To strengthen students’ knowledge and arouse their interestin Science, all F.1 students were arranged to visit the Castle Peak Power Station, one of the largest coal-fired power stations in the world, on different days this month.

Not only have they learnt more about the production of electricity, but they also have had the opportunity to exploredifferent parts of the station, including the coal mountain, the turbine hall and many state-of-the-art technologies.

4th Gathering of the English Ambassadors - St Patrick’s Day

The English Ambassadors received the luck of the Irish last week. The National Day of Ireland (St Patrick’s Day) took place on March 17th and is celebrated around the world every year to honour Saint Patrick. Legend has it that St Patrick drove all the snakes out of Ireland and we celebrate his life and achievement of converting the religion of the Irish Paganson this day.

The Shamrock is a national symbol of Ireland and while its roots are cemented in the holy trinity, shamrocks are given to others to express wishes and good fortune. The English Ambassadors of SFXC wrote their wishes and dreams on shamrocks and these are on display on a rainbow on campus. Let’s see if the luck of the Irish is upon the English Ambassadors!

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