Rev. Dominic Chan, the Celebrant of this year’s F7 Thanksgiving Mass, expounded on the significance of doing what we have heard using Luke 6: 43-49.  The parable of Jesus shed light on a wise man who builds a house that went deep and put its base on a rock. Despite the storm, the house was not moved.

In response to the message, F7 graduates offered at the altar Noah and his ark.  The wooden ship built by Noah eventually saved his family and a male and female of every type of animal when the world was covered by a flood.  The gift is a grateful expression of everything the school has done to nurture them.

Followed the Mass came the extraordinary programme on what impressed them the last seven years: The hectic morning, the packed schedule during lunch and after school, the fun and nuisance of projects, to name but a few.

Sr Veronica came up with a heart-shaped light as a keepsake for the school leavers. The light reminds them that Jesus is the Sacred Heart, the Emmanuel, the everlasting love, the beacon of our life.

No man, when the light is lighted, puts a cover over it, or puts it under a bed, but he puts it on its table, so that those who come in may see the light. Luke 8:16




Fancy carrying your magnifier around and poke your nose into clues on an express with 12 special passengers?  Try your luck next year.  A total of 24 students have snatched the opportunity to do so, spending their Saturday and Sunday on developing their inquiry mind.

At HKFYG Jockey Club Sai Kung Outdoor Training Camp, the keen learners were involved in puzzles and investigations into who the murderer was.   The murder scene was set up in the room for gathering forensic evidence.  Interview notes, comic book excerpts and video clips were given to provide them with more ideas about Mr Ratchett, and his connection with the Armstrong family, whose little girl, Daisy was killed in a notorious kidnap in the States.

If you wish you find out more about Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express, there are copies of comic book and the novel, together with a DVD at the library. Join the detective Poirot for a brain-racking inquiry, dare you?



A heart-to-heart dialogue between Ms Kwok and a guest speaker from Cambodia opened our eyes. The interview shed light on expressions of love. Physical touch, words of affirmation, quality time, sending handmade gifts and acts of service are five languages of love necessary for cultivating relationships. Wendy, a volunteer who spent four years with the disadvantaged children in Cambodia shared the secret of savouring flavour of life with us.

To celebrate the birth of Jesus in a Christian way, the Catholic Formation Core Team presented a thoughtful, Biblical set of slides engaging us in contemplating the connection of birth of Christ with us, personally. We have learnt enough about the fact of Jesus but are we ready to make Jesus’ unconditional love known through our contact with each other? It is a question only we can answer in 2012.

The Student Council rounded up Appreciation Week with a dragon dance. The pioneer campaign aimed at recreating respect and acknowledgment of each other’s contribution to the College.

Sr Veronica, the Principal, Miss Florence Kwok, the Vice-Principal, Ms Priscilla Kwok, the Assistant Principal, janitor staff, together with Student Council advisers, Ms Yoshie Li and Miss Mandy Cheung and the Executive Committee members performed a posh dance on stage. The act marked the climax of the Appreciation Week, in which Council members launched a series of programmes, such as, guessing games and hot pot dinner on Friday for giving warmth to every member in the College community.

In the Teacher-Student Basketball Game at noon, flocks of students and teachers assembled at the basketball court on the ground floor. Earnest spectators looked forward to their favourite teachers in their athletic gear. Wish you a merry athletic Christmas!




Tiffany Tsoi, 7A and Joyce Tang, 3F became the overall champion of the music contest with their marvellous interpretation of Vivace, J.S. Bach’s Concerto for two violins.

The PTA and AA have always been our most supportive patrons when it comes to student development. This year, Ms Candy Wong, Ex-co Member of PTA, together with Ms Teresina Chan, Chairman of AA, presented the trophies to the distinguished musicians. The PTA has generously sponsored trophies for the open section in a bid to encourage participation of parents, pupils at the primary section, past students and their families.

At Open Section, Joyce Chan of 5F and her mother Ms Louisa Li came first with a soothing Taiwanese song 我願意. Calysta Yan of 5F and her sister, Charisse and father came second with an assuring song, Count on Me. Miss Maria Lam led Legion of Mary in presenting I will Follow Him and took the second runner-up.

The honour of best accompanist went to Vivian Kwok from 4A. Stephanie Hung in 4B was awarded the title of the best conductor with House of Pankhurst’s Silver Bells.

House singing section was one of the highlights with Christmas songs, For example, House of Pankhurst’s Silver Bells came first, followed by House of Curie’s Candle in Your Heart and then House of Teresa’s Holiday Favourites. A number of teachers were involved in the choir.

In addition to vocalists, we have instrumentalists playing George Michael’s Careless on saxophone, Tomaso Albinoni on oboe, as well as 劉瑜 – 蝴蝶戀花 on a classical Chinese instrument, Sheng (笙). At keyboard solo, Klaus Badelt’s Pirates of the Caribbean, Fryderyk Chopin’s Nocturne in B, Op. 32, No. 1, and F. Chopin’s Waltz in G Folat Op 70, No.1 were winning pieces. Congratulations to Music Society for the success of the event. Congratulations to the participants of ensembles and group singing sections for your collaborative efforts.

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