Bidding Farewell to the Robinson Road Campus
Ying Wa will be undergoing a redevelopment project for several years. The Ying Wa community bade farewell to the old Robinson Road campus in August. While reminiscing the campus that has been with us for decades, we are looking forward to meeting the challenges of the 21st century with our new campus. In an interview with Sing Tao Daily, Mrs Ruth Lee revealed that Sham Shui Po would provide numerous opportunities and challenges for our students to learn and to grow.
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Cleaning of campus
Moving to the decanting site in Tack Ching is a life experience to Ying Wa. To make the campus a welcoming one, members of the Student Association and the Civic Education Committee helped to clean the Sham Shui Po campus on 24 August, 2012. Special thanks to more than 20 passionate and enthusiastic boys from Ying Wa College led by their Acting Principal, Mr. CHENG Kwun-kit.
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Campus Farewell Day
It is a DAY to remember for all Ying Wa girls, graduates and friends who came back to reminisce, to take photos, to re-visit favourite corners and to get a souvenir or two. An unforgettable experience to bid farewell to our Robinson Road campus.
The End-of-Term service was held in July 2012. Rev. Chan Chi Kin delivered the sermon. Prizes were presented to high-achievers and students with outstanding ECA performance.
Speech Day 2012
The annual Speech Day was held on July 10, 2012 at the Silcocks Hall. Our Principal, Mrs Ruth Lee, welcomed parents and congratulated all Secondary 6 and 7 graduates on their successful completion of secondary education. This year, it was special to have the first cohort of Secondary 6 students taking the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (HKDSE) and the last batch of Secondary 7 students participated in the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination (HKALE), witnessing a milestone for Hong Kong’s secondary education from seven-year to six-year studies.
The Students' Day on 6 July 2012 was designated a formal farewell to the Robinson Road campus, culminated in the evening Farewell Show where teachers performed songs and dance to raise funds for the redevelopment.