The Second S.1 Admission Information Day Cum English Musical Day was held on 25 November 2017. Primary six students and their parents came to our school for the Information Day and they enjoyed the English Musical together with our S.1 students and their parents. Our Acting Principal Mr. Yuen welcomed our visitors and delivered a brief introduction to the education visions of the school. Then, Ms. Cheng told them our school academic curriculum and entrance requirements. Mr. Yiu briefly described the English learning activities of our school. Ms. Wong, our Vice-principal, told the visitors the personal development of our students and student representative 5A Wong Ching Ling told our visitors her growth experience in the school. Then came the English Musical – “Alice in Wonderland”. The Musical was performed by our students. The story is about Alice’s journey through Wonderland. She discovers magical new worlds and encounters countless extraordinary creatures. She grooves with the cool Cheshire Cat, blows bubbles with the confusing Caterpillar, gets tied up with Tweedledee and Tweedledum, drinks tea with the Mad Hatter and his madcap friends and even beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game! After that, the visitors started to tour around our school campus. Student tour guides introduced the school facilities to our visitors. Besides, there was an e-learning workshop in the Lecture Theatre and a STEM demonstration on the podium. When they returned to the Hall, there was a Q&A session. Our Acting Principal, Mr. Yuen, Vice Principal Ms. Wong and Assistant Principals answered the questions of the visitors. Through activities of the day, the visitors knew more about S.C.Gaw and had a better understanding of our school. It is sure that S.C.Gaw is one of their good choices.
The Smart Power Campaign was organized by Hong Kong Electric which promoted the message of energy saving. Our school was awarded the“Be Green Be Happy 2017” Commendation Certificate which confirmed that our school was committed to saving energy.
Launched by the Environment Bureau, the "Charter on External Lighting" invites owners of and responsible persons for external lighting installations to switch off lighting installations of decorative, promotional or advertising purposes which affect the outdoor environment during the preset time (i.e. 11 p.m. or midnight to 7 a.m. on the following day). It is hoped that the Charter will help to minimize light nuisance and energy wastage progressively. Our school has signed this Charter to show our support and has pledged to switch off non-essential external lighting installations on campus during the preset times. Our school was presented with the Platinum Award in recognition of our compliance with the switch-off requirements.
On 18th November 2017, the Federation of Parent-Teacher Association (Kwai Tsing District) together with more than two hundred parents and P.6 students from the Kwai Tsing District visited our school. Our Acting Principal, Mr. Yuen welcomed the visitors in the Hall. Even though the program was brief, our visitors were able to grasp more information concerning our school which was invaluable for parents wishing to find the perfect match for their children.
Our S.6 students participated in a career talk organized by the Hong Kong Baptist University in the Lecture Theatre on 16 November 2017. Ms. Michelle Chau from the University informed our students of the entrance requirements and the application procedures of the University. She further introduced the subjects and studying atmosphere of the University. It was made clear to the students that they could develop good career prospects through studying there.
On 15th November 2017, our S.4 and S.5 students participated in a Medical Training Activity under the Kwai Tsing Signature Project Scheme co-organized by the Princess Margaret Hospital and the The Boys' & Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong. Students visited the Princess Margaret Hospital Nursing Home in the morning and received training including Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CRP) and First Aid. They also attended a talk concerning careers in nursing, occupational therapy and physical therapy. Students gained practical experiences in medical care which strengthened their academic knowledge in the subject of Health Management and Social Care (HMSC).
Our Football Team member Leung Wai Fung Derek (6D) has been selected as Hong Kong Schools Football Team. His remarkable performance has been recognized within a series of selection trials .He will represent Hong Kong to participate in the 「Schools Interport Football Competition 2017-2018.」. It will be held at Xiamen, Fujian between 8 – 11 Dec 2017. We hope that our elite player will seize this remarkable opportunity to broaden his horizons and learn from the best youth players from around the world. Congratulations to Wai Fung Derek . Our school has put greater effort into training young Football players with great potential by arranging for them to participate in local and international competitions of all levels, in turn allowing to gain more experience, as well as preparing them to become an excellent new generation of representatives of the Hong Kong team.
Our graduate, Mr. Cheung Tsun Wai, was awarded the Li Shiu Chung Memorial Scholarship to aid him in furthering his studies in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. We offer our warmest congratulations to Tsun-wai.