On 3rd October 2018, we received guests from the Education Bureau. They were external reviewers to inspect the daily operation of the school. After Mr. Iu introduced them to the students during the morning assembly, they began their work and would be staying with us until 12th Oct. Let’s be nice hosts and extend our warm welcome to our guests.
As a tribute to the National Day celebrating the establishment of the People’s Republic of China, the school conducted the annual National Flag Raising Ceremony during the morning assembly on 28th September 2018. In his speech, Principal Mr. Iu reminded us not to fall into the false binary that pit the Hongkonger identity against the Chinese identity. That we could both be Hongkongers and Chinese at the same time. Trying to deny our historical and cultural root due to feeling was unwise. After the principal’s address, the flag raising ceremony proceeded solemnly with our Scout representatives as the flag guards.
On 27th September 2018, thirteen book lovers from different classes enjoyed a relaxing yet inspiring after-school time at the Reading Room, taking part in the very first Reading Club gathering organized by the School Library. The Reading Club aims at connecting passionate readers from different classes and providing a platform for them to exchange ideas and spread the love of reading.
The theme of the first gathering was about herbal tea, an important part of our cultural heritage. Participants did not only learn about the names and functions of different teas, but also had an opportunity to taste them one by one! Of course, they were also introduced to the new purchases of our library on Hong Kong’s cultural heritage, including 《我哋涼茶係正嘢》, 《再會老行業》and《我們的舊課本2: 讀書好時光》.
We hope the Reading Club can remind our boys that there is not only knowledge in reading but also joy! If you wish to join the reading club, please feel free to contact our School Librarian, Ms. Leung.
On 26th Sept, 2018, Class 2A kicked off our weekly Lunchtime Scrabble Game scheduled for all Form 1 and 2 boys. We are excited to offer Scrabble as a way to build up students’ vocabulary through peer learning in a fun and free environment. We encourage all participating boys to be active when playing and help their classmates.
We are even more excited to introduce our Scrabble Competition which will begin on 5th Oct, Friday lunchtime (from 13:20 to 13:45) in the Reading Room. All students are welcome to join the competition to try their hand and mind to win great prizes at the end of each term.
If you are interested, please check the following links for details: