20 students of our school joined the International Robotic Olympiad held in Thailand on 21 July 2019. It is a competition organised by Hong Kong Robotic Olympic Association aiming to provide a platform for students to share and exchange their experiences of robot-making. Our team obtained six Champions, eight First Runners-up, five Second Runners-up and five Third Runners-up.
On 13th July 2019, four Secondary 4 students, Lee Hiu Fung, Tin Yu Sum Marco, Wong Chi Shing, and Leung Chun Yui were crowned Champion in the first Inter-secondary School Virtual Reality Contest, which aims to nurture a creative, curious, and can-do mindset and build a cultural learning ambience by encouraging students to explore more about topics related to ancient China. Their winning entry titled “合州釣魚城之戰” will be showcased in public venues for 12 months.
The Contest is organized by International STEAM Olympiad Association and co-organised by the Department of Electronic and Information Engineering and Pao Yue-kong Library from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
12 of our students participated in the 18th Sai Kung District Outstanding Student Election in June 2019. Co-organised by the Sai Kung Cultural Centre, the Sai Kung District Secondary School Heads Association and Sai Kung Cultural Association for Youth, the event aims to encourage students to have all-round development. Our students 4C Zhuo Sze Man, 4D Huang Po Yee, 4D Ho Pak Hei and 6C Chu Wai Ki won the Outstanding Student Awards. S3D Huang Kailin, 6C Cheng Ki Fong and 6C Fung Wing Ki got the Certificates of Merit. 4D Ng Hoi Yan and 6C Lau Cheuk Hin received the Talent and Culture Awards.
16 Prefects of the Discipline Committee have taken the lead to embody the spirits of this year's school theme: "Persevere with Wisdom; Walk in Righteousness". They took part in the Mock Trial Competition (Round 2) organised by The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong (SRACP) on 7th April 2019. Before the competition, assuming the roles of barristers and witnesses, the prefects persevered day and night in preparing scripts for a controversial yet fictional court case that resembled a real one. They demonstrated a great sense of self-directedness throughout the process and righteousness in making each judgement based on the laws of Hong Kong. Their efforts paid off as their performances were highly commendable and appreciated by the judges. 4D Leung Chun Yui was awarded the Best Mooter. This precious experience is truly inspiring and enriching for every participant who has scaled new heights in their leadership skills.
Lau Cheuk Hin in Secondary 6 participated in the 2019 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 World Championship from 9 to 12 April 2018 in Cape Town, South Africa. It is a competition organised by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF). He obtained the 2nd Runner-up in Division III (Group B) on behalf of Hong Kong.