The 23rd Athletics Meet

Our school's 23rd Sports Day was successfully held on 21st and 24th October. It is a great honour and pleasure to have invited Chan Tsz Hin, Chiron, Chairperson of our school’s Alumni Association as the officiating guest. On that day, S1 to S6 students gathered at the Ma On Shan Sports Ground. The atmosphere was lively. The marvellous performance by our S6 graduating classes marked a successful ending of the annual Sports Day.

Outstanding Performance in JSMA Joint School Music Competition 2022

Our students participated in JSMA Joint School Music Competition 2022 and were highly praised for their outstanding performance. Among them, Zhou Man Sing of 6D and Huang Wing Sze of 4C received the Gold Award, and the Singing Ensemble received the Silver Award. Congratulations!

Our alumnus Poon Sze Ling is awarded Master's List by Wu Yee Sun College of the CUHK

Our alumnus Poon Sze Ling is awarded Master's List by We Yee Sun College of the CUHK. Congratulations!

Our alumni are awarded First Class Honours and Dean's List by Hong Kong Baptist University

Our alumnus Chan Chun Kit is awarded the President's Honour Roll. Besides. Our alumni Chan Lok Tung, Ho Kong Ha, Kwai Wing Yu, Lo Hoi Yan, Mok Yuen Man and Wong Ting Chi Queenie are awarded Dean's List. Congratulations!

On-site Field Trip for students from Tourism and Hospitality Studies

To understand local tourist spots, 18 of our students studying Tourism and Hospitality Studies went to Central and Sheung Wan for an on-site field trip on 29th July. In addition, they visited Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Shatin on 28th October. Through the staff’ detailed explanation, they had a better understanding of the hotel facilities, operating strategies as well as the arrangement in response to the pandemic.

Visit of Hong Kong Heritage Museum

Citizenship and Social Development and Integrated Humanities jointly organised a visit to the Hong Kong Heritage Museum. S4 and S5 students were able to understand Chinese history, cultures and the development of local culture through exquisite relics and displays. Students visited the exhibitions “Dunhuang: Enchanting Tales for Millennium” and “Hong Kong Pop 60+”. Students were able to have a more thorough understanding of the exhibitions through reading the introduction of the displays, self-study materials, discussion with teachers about the history of The Silk Road, the inheritance of Buddhist belief, as well as the development of local pop culture and inheritance of Chinese cultures.
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