Physics Olympiad 2013
Wong Siu Ying (4D) was awarded Second Honour in the Hong Kong Physics Olympiad 2013 organized by the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education.
Blind student who reads braille with her lips
Another student, TSANG Tsz Kwan (曾芷君), has attained 5** in Chinese, English and liberal studies, 5* in English and Chinese literature and a four in maths. Tsz Kwan has been blind from infancy and hearing-impaired since Primary One. Making her task even more difficult is a lack of sensitivity in her fingers, which means she reads braille with her lips.
Outstanding HKDSE Results
WONG Nga Yee (黃雅頤), our S6 student, has attained an outstanding HKDSE result. She got 5** in all of her 7 subjects, including: Chinese Language, English Language, Mathematics (Compulsory Part), Liberal Studies, Chemistry, Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS) and Information and Communication Technology (ICT). She also got the level 5* in her Mathematics Extended Part.
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Speech Day 2013
The annual Speech Day took place on 9th July 2013. It was a happy, exciting and proud day for all the S6 graduates. Dr. Tong Chong-sze, Secretary General of the HK Examinations and Assessment Authority, was the guest of honour of the evening while Rev. Phyllis Wong, wife of Dr. Tong, presented certificates to graduates and scholarship holders.
The Music Department organized a Singing Contest on 5 July 2013. Students demonstrated their talents on stage.
On 2nd July 2013, the Student Association organised the annual Students' Day packed with fun-filled activities in the Open Playground and also classrooms. There were Kung-fu, Dance and Singing performances by our guests, teachers and students. Creative DIY products were sold to the whole school.
Study Tour to Dongguan
The Civic Education Committee organized a study tour to Dongguan (from 28/6/13 to 30/6/13) with The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups. 30 S4 – 5 students joined the tour with the theme on the study of “San Nong Issues (三農問題)”. Students organized different activities for children who are having their origins from different parts of China. Family interviews were also conducted to facilitate a deeper understanding towards the issues.