Recently, all classes in Form 1 to 5 have been very dedicated in decorating their classroom display boards for the captioned competition. The theme of the competition was “Marist 200” which marked the bicentenary foundation of the Marist Brothers. It was an honor to have our Principal, Mr. Iu, Mr. Leung Man Fai, Ms. Ki and Bro. John Chong to be the adjudicators.
The evaluation was based on three domains – theme and content (40%), visual layout (40%), and originality and creativity (20%).
After careful considerations, the judges finally determined a winner for each form – F.1A, F.2E, F.3B, F.4A and F.5C. Each winner would be awarded a certificate and a present.
Congratulations to the winning classes and thanks to all the participating classes! Winning is not the goal of this competition. It is the process and the experience working as a team to express our gratitude to the Brothers that counts. The hard work we put into the competition will contribute to our future success and become a part of our memory so dearly cherished when we grow up.
A 4-days Student Exchange Programme between St. Francis Xavier’s College (SFXC) and Tak Nga Secondary School (TNSS) was successfully held in February with 8 S4 students from SFXC spending two school days at TNSS and vice versa.. Having organized an annual student exchange programme with our brother school St. Francis Xavier’s School Tsuen Wan for the past 11 years, this was indeed a new experience to both teachers and students. Nevertheless, all participating students from both schools had had a wonderful time experiencing a completely different school life and making friends with one another. Having this successful experience in hand, it is most certainly hoped that more student exchange programmes can be organized in the future, perhaps for a longer duration, with other Catholic schools or even extending to S3.
Personal financial education has become increasingly important, not only for investors, but also for teenagers nowadays. In response, our BAFS and Economics panels co-organized a personal finance drama show with the Live Theatre & The Boys' & Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong for our Form 5 students. The drama, titled “都是「碌卡」惹的禍”, was recently staged on the 22nd of February in our school Hall during F.5 Form Assembly.
Through the drama, students identified various financial needs in university life and learnt something important about financial tools, such as credit card and callable bull/bear contracts. Their corresponding advantages and disadvantages were discussed in an interesting way. Last but not least, students were invited on stage to play roles in different scenarios so as to enhance their acquisition of financial literacy.
Better financial understanding is an essential tool for future success. It is hoped that through education, students can adopt positive values and attitudes towards personal financial planning in the contexts of different life-cycle, especially in their coming university life.
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