Prize-giving Day Featured

On 157th Prize-giving Day, we had Mrs. Connie Lau as our guest of honour. Mrs Lau is currently a fellow member in the Association of Chartered Accountants and the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants. She started her professional career with KPMG and later moved on to be the controller in a private group of companies. Mrs Lau also shows dedication to the nurturing of students. Apart from having served as the Vice-chairlady and subsequently Chairlady of the Parent-teacher Association, she has also been serving as our independent School Manager, offering advice and suggestions for the betterment of the school. Besides, she also serves as the secretary and executive committee member of LPD Educational Foundation Ltd, a charity organization that provides life education to students, supporting them in their learning and personal development.

Mrs Lau recalled her childhood struggles with a positive attitude. Despite earning her own living at a young age, Mrs Lau gave her best in every single assignment given to her. She worked her way up from the junior position, worked overtime, solved problems with her colleagues for the clients, observed ethics and maintained integrity, prepared for demanding professional examinations and lent a hand as far as she could. She is truly a role model of diligence, perseverance and positivity for us.

Apart from Mrs Lau, we had Sr Agnes, our School Supervisor, Sr Veronica, our Principal, Miss Florence Kwok and Ms Lam Mei Yee, our Vice-principals, Ms Priscilla Kwok, our Assistant Principal, Ms Fiona Chan, the Chairlady of the Alumnae Association and Mr Kelvin Lee, the Chairman of the Parent-Teacher Association to officiate at the ceremony. Parents of awardees and prize recipients also shared the joy and honour of their children’s accomplishments.

On this end-of-year occasion, the school would like to recognise the achievements of students in service, academic pursuit, speech, music and drama festivals, prizes from orienteering to tai chi, from design and calligraphy to creative use of technologies, from track events to field events, from swimming to diving, from creative writers to avid readers, from being Christian witnesses and uniform group members to committed office bearers who serve on different teams. We look forward to seeing more unique talents among our students.

Speech by Guest of Honour, Mrs Connie Lau.