Normally J1 students need time to adjust to the new school environment. But it is not the case with our students. They have settled in very well and have started to enjoy every aspect of their primary school life. Congratulations to all our J1 students.
Student Learning Outcome Exhibition 2014 was held on 13 September 2014 in our School. It drew a huge crowd. Apart from the display of the work and performance of the students, the crowd had fun visiting the game booths. Most important of all, parents were also able to learn more about the school life of their children by meeting with the teachers on that day.
We spent a whole afternoon on 8th September to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival which is one of the important festivals in Chinese culture. Students not only guessed the Chinese and English riddles in the class, but also shared the mooncakes and fruit with the others. They also made the lanterns and wrote their wishes on it. Indeed the students had an enjoyable afternoon.
An interactive drama by Intellectual Property Department was arranged to our students on October 24. The drama aims to promote the awareness on the effects of Internet infringement and the respect for creativity, originality and intellectual property rights to primary and secondary students in an interesting and interactive way. Participating students received a worksheet supplemented with intellectual property information to reinforce their awareness of intellectual property protection
Pearson Test of English Young Learners (PTE Young Learners) is designed for children between 5 and 12 years old. Children are tested on their reading, writing, listening and speaking skills to show how well they can use English in realistic contexts. Here are our students who got Merit in Pearson Test of English Young Learners.
Front row from left:
Chan Sze Yuet (4A)，Chan Yuet Yi (2A)，Shan Jiya(1B)
Back row from left:
Wong Oi Tung (4A)，Xu Cheuk Tsang (5A)，Wong Chi Ho (5B)
Our school grants a scholarship to appreciate students who receive merits in the public examination and motivates more students to participate in the public examinations
In order to let our new students and parents know more about the school, we have arranged an Orientation Day on 28.8.2014 for all new J.1 students in the coming school year.
The aim of this Orientation Day is to provide information for parents to know more about the major concerns and development of the school including the curriculum, school rules and regulations, student affairs and support for pupils.
Parents reflected that they had a good chance to know more about the school and the children got a chance to know more about their teachers and classmates.