Our Student Leader, TAM Chun Kit (5B) shone in the Outstanding Student Prize Presentation Ceremony organized by The Association of Heads of Secondary Schools of Tsuen Wan, Kwai Chung & Tsing Yi District. He was nominated as the outstanding student of our school earlier and took part in a training course from November to December 2017. For his exceptional interview performance, the Election Panel awarded him with the Outstanding Student Award Certificate. This certainly forms part of a memorable learning experience for Chun Kit!
On 31st March 2016, all our students gathered in the school hall taking part in the “Fun, Feel, Share” Lyrics-writing and Singing Show organized by The Boys' & Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong. A social worker from the organization told our students about ways to reduce pressure by listening to songs. Then students learned how to write lyrics. Students were inspired by the fact that they could encourage themselves when faced with pressure and they discovered that songs with encouraging lyrics could make them cheer up.
To foster closer home-school co-operation, the Parents’ Day for the First Term was held on 3 March 2018 in which the school reports of students were distributed. To cater to the students’ individual needs, a comprehensive review of the students’ overall performance was made. Parents were drawn to pay heedful attention to students’ academic performance, punctuality, behavior and social development in school. This heart-to-heart talk between parents and teachers in the middle of the school year serves one single goal - to find ways to support and cater to the individual needs of our students. We hope that our students will grow to be perfect S. C. Gawers as time goes on.
Our Student Leaders participated in a Leadership Training Programme conducted by the Hong Kong Talent Force Training Limited. The whole programme consisted of 2 workshops which were held on 13thDecember 2017 and 1stMarch2018. Through the training, the leaders enhanced the decision-making skills, communication skills, and leadership skills so that they could be more efficient and effective in carrying out School Activities and Duties.
Around 70 students and teachers attended the Blood Donation activity held on 8 February 2017. Blood donation is one of the most meaningful activities in which we can help other people and save lives. This year, there were new donors who were willing to donate blood for the first time. Their bravery was highly appreciated and our teachers were proud of them. The Hong Kong Red Cross extended their gratitude towards the generous donors.
The TWGHs Students’ Tour to San Francisco Concluding Day was held on 30th February 2018. 24 Student ambassadors shared with each other their feelings about their tours to San Francisco.
During our school’s Lunar New Year Fair on 12 February 2018, there was a stall game promoting the message of environmental protection. We hoped that our students were more willing to participate in environmental protection activities and be good citizens.
To enable the elderly to enjoy the delights of the Lunar New Year, the Service Team of the Guidance Division from the Board of Student Support and the Chinese Society jointly organized a Spring Celebration for the elderly. With the help of the student ambassadors, the elderly guessed the answers to lantern riddles and played stall games. This activity not only provided a chance for the elderly to enjoy the delights of the Lantern Riddle Festival but also gave our students an opportunity to serve. In the caring campus of S. C. Gaw, our students have demonstrated the spirit of "To serve and not to be served' which fully epitomizes the School Motto, i.e. Diligence, Frugality, Loyalty and Faithfulness (勤、儉、忠、信).