The uncollected certificates of 2012 HKDSE and HKALE have already been returned to HKEAA in October 2013.
The certificates of 2013 HKDSE are available for collection at the school office during office hours from Monday to Friday. Uncollected Certificates will be returned to HKEAA in October 2014.
Sr Agnes, our School Supervisor’s word of encouragement inaugurated the annual athletics meet on Wanchai Sportsground. This year’s whole-school sports event saw the emergence of new Individual Champions: Vanessa Leung from 1E, Luk Ngo Ching from 3C and Fiona Yiu from 4C. House of Keller continued to reap the honour of Championship of Inter-house Cheering Competition while House of Brontë, House of Curie and House of Pankurst shared the titles of Overall House Champions.
Mr Lai Chun Ho, a Hong Kong delegate in this year’s 6th East Asian Games, Olympic Games in 2012, as well as the champion of Men’s 4X100 m relay in Asian Athletics Championships 2013 addressed the school at the prize-giving ceremony.
A tough athlete, Lai advocated self-talk, a means of boosting morale in times of misery. He shared with the audience what he is accustomed to doing on the brink of quitting. Students were all ears upon Mr Lai’s advice.
It was our pleasure to have Ms Winnie Yu and Ms Teresina Chan, Chairperson of Parent-Teacher Association and Alumnae Association respectively, to present medals and trophies to the winning athletes and teams. Many parents called in on their own children and many alumnae their friends during the day. The occasion was not short of snapshots and catch-up of latest news.
Students joined forces with teachers in the prominent 4x100m relay. Miss Jenny Chan, Ms Ginny Chan, Ms Zoe Chan, Miss Mandy Cheung, Ms Irene Law, Miss Wendy Lee, Ms Ivy Ma, Mr Ted Chow, Mr Thomas Hung, Mr Kelvin Kwong, Mr David Lam, Mr Ben Tam and Mr Zinc Tsang accomplished the race with enormous support from the spectators.
Other than the exceptional unity on the track, our event saw incredible collaboration between teachers and student officials: the marshals, the time-keepers, the position judges, the take-over judges, the marksmen, corner judges, the shot put, the javelin throw, and the discus throw, the high jump and the long jump officials. Working behind the officials were Girl Guides, St. John Ambulance Brigade, the discipline prefects, Student Council, the school photographers, the campus TV, the clerical staff and the janitor staff.
Credits go to the Sports Society and everyone involved in the organization, setting- up and helping out on the day - in particular the Parent-Teacher Association and the Alumnae Association.