In response to the epidemic situation and the suspension of classes, the school's 10th Anniversary Celebration will be rescheduled to next year.
Our school's athletes joined the North District Area Inter-Primary School Athletics Competition on December 5th and 6th, 2019. Our team received the following awards: one champion, two 1st runner-ups, two 2nd runner-ups, two 3rd runner-ups, Boys A Team 3rd runner-up and Girls B Team 7th place. We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to our principal for her encouragement, to the parents for their support and to the teachers and staff for their assistance.
Our school basketball teams participated in the North District Inter-Primary School Basketball Competition organized by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation from January 10 to January 17. Both the boys' and girls' teams performed well and the boys' team won a Merit Award.
Our school's Moral & Civic Education team and PTA co-hosted the Spring Festival Gathering on 20th and 21st January, 2020. The activity enhanced our students' interest in Chinese traditional culture and they learned more about our cultural traditions. Activities included: a competition for the best Chinese costume, a New Year traditions video sharing, some traditional Chinese handcrafts, Chinese New Year game booths, and Chinese New Year food tasting. Everyone enjoyed the activities very much! Our students had so much fun and learned a lot from these activities.
A total of 155 students from our school joined the “Tell-a-Tale” children's storytelling competition sponsored by Teacup Productions. We first conducted an on-campus selection and 30 outstanding students were recommended to participate in the preliminary round. During the preliminary round, six outstanding students were then screened to represent our school to compete in the final round. The six students are now preparing to compete with students from other schools all over Hong Kong. The teachers and judges appreciate all the hard work of all the participating students and hope that the students who enter the final round will make the most of their talents!
Our P6 students attended an exciting 3 day and 2 night education camp in Cheung Chau. They did a project on the Environment, visited Cheung Po Tsai Cave and had parties in the evening. Through this camp, students learnt to care for each other, appreciate each other and learn from each other. After visiting some scenic spots in Cheung Chau, they also learned the importance of environmental protection. We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to both the coaches of The Caritas Jockey Club Oi Fai Camp and to the teachers for their assistance.
About 40 students from our school participated in the Hong Kong Districts Primary School Rope Skipping Championships on December 1st. We won 1st runner-up in both the North District boys' and girls' overall results. We also won 18 individual championships, 31 individual 1st runner-ups, 3 group runner-ups, 10 individual 2nd runner-ups, 1 group 2nd runner-up, 4 individual 3rd runner-ups and 1 group 3rd runner-up.
In January, the school held inter-class competitions for P2 to P6 students. The students prepared hard before competing in the games. During the competition, the students played hard, cheered their classmates on and showed good sportsmanship. Afterwards, the class teachers and students had post-game evaluations, showed appreciation to each classmate and reflected on their own personality strengths, all supporting a positive class atmosphere. The results of the competition are as follows:
Our boys' and girls' football teams participated in the 2019 – 2020 North District Area Inter-Primary Schools Football Competition from 5th November 2019 – 20th December 2019. Both teams performed brilliantly! Our boys' team won the 1st runner-up. Our girls' team were champions. We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to our principal for her encouragement, to our PE teachers for their guidance and to the parents for their support.
Our P5 students joined the Mainland Exchange Programme (Dongguan) Study Tour on 17th-18th December, 2019. During the study tour, students learned about the Revolution of 1911, the biography of Mr. Sun Yat-sen, the struggle of Mr. Sun's reform ideals and his contributions to the country. Through studying the history of the destruction of opium at Humen, students learned about the importance of protecting our country and never giving up. Students also learned to take care of, share with and to love one another. We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the EDB, the staff of Bestlink EduCulture Hub (H.K.) and to the teachers for their kind assistance.
To enrich students’learning experience, we held a Mathematics Treasure Hunt Activity for P.4 to P.6 students. Our students were eager to work out the different math problems and enjoyed the activity very much.
Students visited the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change to learn about climate change and conducted an eco-tour to understand how living habits affect the ecological environment and enhance students' environmental knowledge.
Our school's football teams participated in the All HK Inter-Primary Schools 5-a-side Football Competition from October 10 to October 21. Altogether there were a total of 205 teams which joined the competition and after several rounds of competitions, the boys’ football team won the Merit Award.
Our athletes participated in the TWGHs Joint Primary Schools Sports Day on 25th October and won multiple awards including Senior Girls Overall Championship, seven gold medals, six 1st runner-ups, four 2nd runner-ups and two 3rd runner-ups. Our athletes all did so well this year! We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to our principal for her encouragement, to the parents for their support and to the teachers and staff for their assistance.
About 70 primary two and primary three students joined the Story Quest 2019-2020 activity on 18th October, 2019. During the English activity, they listened to stories and played some fun and interesting games. Meanwhile, they also learnt a lot of new English vocabulary and boosted their confidence in learning and using English. Everybody had a great time!
In line with the school's aim of "Enhancing a Positive Campus Culture", the Visual Arts department organized an "I Love Campus" slogan and poster design competition to enhance students' sense of belonging to the school and their creativity. Click here to view more information of Visual Arts
In order to create a positive campus culture, enhance students' moral standards and enable them to realize their potential, 10 students who have been selected as our school's Positive Ambassadors joined a Personal Growth Day Camp on October 10th. They learnt about building positive life goals and we hope that they can bring some positive energy back to school.