Pre-Secondary 1 Hong Kong Attainment Test 2020 – 14 July 2020 (Tuesday)

All new S1 students of the year 2020-2021 are required to attend the Pre-Secondary 1 Hong Kong Attainment Test 2020.  The test results will be used for class allocation.  Details of the test are as follows:

Date : 14 July 2020 (Tuesday)

Time : 8:30 am – 12:45 pm

Venue : 2/F and 3/F Classrooms

Dress Code : SHCC school uniform or decent smart casual wear

(Hot pants, miniskirts and flip-flops are not allowed on school campus)

Note : Students should bring along their own stationery items for the test.

Face masks shall be worn on school campus at all times.

All students must bring along the following items on 14 July 2020:

  • Secondary School Places Allocation Slip
  • Hong Kong Identity Card
  • 2019 Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Declaration Form for Travelling History and Health Status of Students
  • Parental Consent for Use of Photographic Image and Information
  • Student Health Declaration
  • Reply slips for German Studies and Spanish Language Course 2020-2021
  • Certificate of Baptism and Confirmation (for Catholic students only)


Special Announcement 11 July 2020

The second and third days of final examination corrections will be conducted online later next week. Details of the examination corrections and related end-of-term arrangements will be announced via eNoitce early next week.

Students should stay home and avoid going to crowded or high risk areas. Stay vigilant against COVID 19!

The Department of Health advises school to take precautionary measures to minimize the risk of contracting and spreading Severe Respiratory Disease associated with a Novel Infectious Agent. To safeguard your children’s health, please be more alert to your children’s health condition, maintain a hygienic household, and co-operate with us by reminding your children to observe personal hygiene. You are also kindly requested to take the following measures.

I. Prevention Measures

A. Stay Alert

Good personal and environmental hygiene should be maintained. For the Severe Respiratory Disease associated with a Novel Infectious Agent updates, Please visit Centre for Health Protection website .

(a) Students/staff who had travelled to those affected areas in the past 14 days; they should notify school and observe closely their health condition. Within the 14 days of returning from those affected areas, they should measure their body temperature every day before going to school. If feeling unwell, they should seek medical consultation promptly and should not go to school.

(b) Students/staff returning from affected areas should consult doctors promptly if they have symptoms of Severe Respiratory Disease associated with a Novel Infectious Agent, seek medical advice and inform the doctor of the travel history and wear a surgical mask to help prevent spread of the disease.

B. Maintain Good Personal Hygiene

(a) Perform hand hygiene properly before touching your eyes, nose or mouth; before eating; after using the toilet; and touching public installations or equipment such as escalator handrails, elevator control panels or door knobs.

(b) Wash hands with liquid soap and water properly whenever possibly contaminated.

(c) When hands are not visibly soiled, clean hands by rubbing them with 70- 80% alcohol-based handrub as an effective alternative.

(d) Cover nose and mouth with tissue paper when sneezing or coughing. Dispose soiled tissue paper properly into a lidded rubbish bin and wash hands with liquid soap and water afterwards.

(e) Students/staff should wear a surgical mask if develop fever or respiratory symptoms, wear a surgical mask, refrain from work or attending class at school and seek medical advice promptly.

(f) N95 respirators are generally not recommended for use by general public in community settings because special training is required for proper wearing and removal of the mask. Otherwise the infective risk due to inadequate protection and contamination may be ironically increased.

(g) Do not share personal items such as eating utensils and towels.

Please inform the school immediately if your children have contracted any communicable disease. For any enquiries, please call the school at 25506111. Thank you for your kind cooperation.

160th Anniversary

With heartfelt gratitude, we are celebrating our 160th anniversary in 2020. A series of celebratory events will be held to show our gratitude and share our joy with the Sacred Heart community. As we celebrate our 160 years of heritage, we also take this occasion to affirm our commitment to provide an all-around education of Christian values and formation of the heart to empower our youngsters to be women of integrity and versatility with global awareness.

Please click here for the latest update of our celebratory events.

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