YMCA Youth Leadership Development Scheme
8 of Secondary Five students, 5A Cheung Oi Shan, 5C Chan Sin Ting, 5C Lai Pui Ni, 5C Li Hoi Lam, 5C Yeung Fu Man, 5D Wong Hoi Yiu, 5D Yeung Tsz Ying and 5D Yang Sirui, participated in the YMCA Youth Leadership Development Scheme from December 2016 to August 2017. It is a leadership training programme organized by Young Men's Christian Association of Hong Kong (YMCA Hong Kong), aiming to provide students with quality leadership training through different experience learning and exposure to global issues. Our students won the Second Place in the Theme-based Project Competition in this programme. Their project was about the visually-impaired people in Hong Kong.
Study Tour to Guangzhou 2017
In April 2017, forty-one teachers and students of our school joined a study tour to Guangzhou, spending two days studying the recent development of different enterprises in China.
During the tour, the participants had the opportunity to visit Mei Wah Secondary School, which gave them a chance to know more about the education system in Guangzhou. They also visited two Chinese medicine manufacturing companies and a shipyard. After the tour, the students had a better understanding of the economic development of China over the last few years.
Visit to Cyberport
On 6th July, some S.2 students had the opportunity to visit the Cyberport. During the visit, students could know more about the development of technology in Hong Kong, how startup companies run their business and some advanced technology. Through this activity, students’ horizons were broadened.
Secondary 6 Mock Interview
About 80 Secondary 6 students participated in the Mock Interview co-organized by the Careers and Further Studies Committee and the Association of Professional Lifespan Development & Educational Research for Youth (ALDER) on Saturday, 6 May2017. This year, we were honoured to have a few special guests from Chow Tai Fook Enterprises Ltd., the Hospital Authority, etc. to be the interviewers. Through their workshops on interview skills and experience sharing, our students were able to boost their confidence and enrich their knowledge prior to their JUPAS interviews. The guests appreciated the performance of our students who engaged in the discussions actively and were certain about their fields of interest.
English Assembly 2016-2017
The English Assembly 2016-2017 was held successfully on 18th May, 2017. Everybody was guided and challenged to make speeches in an eloquent and confident manner. The sounds of joy from the audience’s participation were amplified by what followed – the soundness of the ideas in the speeches delivered by the contestants in the Inter-House Speaking Contest, which was held on the same occasion. The junior contestants gave prepared speeches reflecting on the symbolic meanings of their respective House colours while the senior contestants wowed the audience with a range of impromptu speech techniques. Educational and enlightening, the assembly ended in a joyous atmosphere with Mark House clinching the championship.