To provide a learning opportunity for students to explore marine creatures’ livelihood beyond the textbook, a group of Ambassadors of Learning doing Geography and Biology attended a two-day Ocean Park Learning Camp in late March.

A seminar on Sustainable Seafood started off our learning journey. A series of video clips related to marine life were shown and follow-up discussions were conducted at the seminar. ‘What we gained was not simply a chunk of shocking statistics, but more importantly was a deep reflection on our past eating habit and lifestyle,’ recalled an AoL .  While everyone knows the importance of freedom and equality among humans, selfishly no one has sympathy for sea creatures in which their lives have been sacrificed for our tummies. In order to minimize man-made destruction to the aquatic environment and create a more sustainable eco-system, the best way is to be a responsible diner, by avoiding seafood that are at the rim of extinction.

After the closing time of Ocean Park, participants were given a rare chance of staying in the Great Aquarium. In additional to getting to know more about different types of sea creatures in detail, the complicated mechanism that is used to support the lives of sea creatures amazed them. Somehow everyone wished one could be one of those much-indulged sea creatures.

‘After spending a whole night with sea creatures, we eventually had to leave. Yet the end of the camp symbolized the start of our learning mission, which is to spread the knowledge to our schoolmates and family so as to ultimately raise their awareness on this global crisis,’ remarked an AoL.



The EASTER PROGRAMME started with a meditative Way of the Cross. The Organizing Team, which composed of Catholic Teachers with the support of the Catholic Formation Core Team, chose videos, Biblical Passages, prayers, reflections and music most appropriate for the meditation.

The reflections on our daily choices and attitudes juxtaposed that of Jesus’ journey to the cross.  Students and teachers were engaged in following the journey of Jesus to the Calvary in a prayerful way. By tradition, the way of the Cross has 14 stations ending with Burial of Jesus. Today in this Way of the Cross, the 15th Station was added to highlight the Resurrection of Jesus, the theme of the Easter Programme.

Four S2 students re-enacted the Experience of Thomas, the Apostle on the Resurrection of Jesus. The Gospel narrates Thomas’ unbelief, but with the mercy and reassuring love of the Risen Jesus, Thomas later made the most wonderful profession of FAITH, “My Lord and my God!”(John 20:28).

During the days of Lent, the Catholic Society launched some activities encouraging students to do some acts of Charity in Faith. One of these was Doing Good Deeds to Others. Some students were invited to share and show a picture of their good deeds. One said she helped her grandfather washed his clothes; another said she did baby-sit for her relative; and another one shared how she taught the ethnic minority group to do Chinese crafts and the last one revised the lesson with her friends who could not catch up with the class discussion. What they did look simple but were inspiring and edifying because they were done with good motivation. They responded to Jesus’ Words, “what so ever you do to the least of my brother that you do unto me”. (Matthew 25:40)

Students also came with their Appreciation Cards for those who have done kindness unto them. A time was provided for students to distribute their   appreciation cards. What a joyful exchange of acts of appreciation!!! Sr. Veronica gave her EASTER greetings to all using the greeting of the Risen Jesus to His disciples: Peace be with you! Sister also gave everybody Easter honey candies made by the Carmelite Sisters in Stanley. The Easter Programme was concluded by a joyful community singing of the EASTER SONG.



Sr Agnes, our Supervisor, Sr Veronica, our Principal, Miss Florence Kwok, the Vice-Principal, Miss Priscilla Kwok, the Assistant Principal, Ms M.Y. Lam, Mr D. Hung, Members of the Learning and Teaching Team officiated at the Prize-giving Ceremony for academically prominent students at school.

On the monumental occasion, leading students who came first in the Subject in S4-5 and students of the top three positions in S1-3 classes formally received certificates from Sr Agnes and Sr Veronica respectively.

The School would like to acknowledge student achievement in academic areas via this occasion.  It is also a moment of motivating learners to aim high, and strive for excellence in different pursuits.

Before we closed the Ceremony, Miss F. Kwok, the Vice-Principal announced a few updates about the scholarships due on 8 May.  There are three scholarships open to interested groups of students with an aim to initiate community service projects for the most disadvantaged: Sr Amelia Fund for Voluntary Services, Sr Agnes Law‘s Scholarship for Versatility and Integrity (for S4-5) and The Ma Family Scholarship for Versatility and Integrity (for S1-3).  Details are accessible at Information/ Scholarships at School Home page.




Sr Veronica, the Principal, Miss Florence Kwok, the Vice-Principal, Ms Priscilla Kwok, the Assistant Principal, teachers, parents, S2 students, past students and many guests had a good time on 23 March at Charity Fung Auditorium.

The audience attending S3 Drama Performances on Saturday had everything they wished for: star-crossed lovers, forlorn lost travellers, green-eyed rivals, valiant knights, sly fairy Puck, haunted wood, enchanted visions, spellbound fairy queen, stunning costumes, dazzling accessories, magnificently draped palace, ornamented trees and bowers for the queen of the fairies.

The productions were our S3 students’ first attempt to make-believe what they have learnt from a Shakespearean script, a part of the Literature in English syllabus. Collaborated with a strong team of English Language Teachers and the School’s Backstage Team, the classes conducted their own auditions, elected their own leaders in charge of backstage, acting and production matters, carried out research about 16th Century theatres, scheduled to have rehearsals, shot videos, made their own stage set, sewed costumes, tried out make-up, and trained up voice projection for effective communication on stage.

The cast and crew had a good reason to be proud of their own productions.  Credits must be given to janitor staff, teacher advisors, S5 Assistants to the project, parents and teachers for making the shows impossible.  Congratulations to your success!



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