Due to class suspension, the prize presentation ceremony scheduled on 8 February will be cancelled. Winning families can receive their prizes through their kindergartens after class resumption. Thank you for your participation!
Besides this ‘special guest’, Oasis also prepared secret Christmas gifts for their fellow students. Everyone welcomed these heartwarming celebrations.
We took part in the 15th Inclusive Electric Cooking Competition organized by Fu Hong Society. This event aims to build a harmonious society and walk together on the path to inclusion.
In the competition, three of our secondary 5 students teamed up with intellectually challenged team members to cook delicious meals together. With good teamwork, our students learned the importance of respecting and appreciating others.
Hoping to build a socially inclusive society, plenty of opportunities are always given to our students to show love and care to their family, their school, the society as well as the world. By joining this cooking competition, students helped people in need in the community and realised our school motto ‘to act benevolently’.
We have been organising the “Science@Home” Parent-child Competition for many years to enable students and their parents to jointly design and conduct experiments, and share the joy of science. Students of kindergartens and primary schools have been invited to participate in the event with their parents. The number of participants grows every year. This year, our theme of the competition was “Ping Pong Shooter”.
Fung Sin Ying, the recipient of both the ‘Aesthetics Award’ and ‘Science Research Award’, was excited to see the shooter work after testing for a month. She also thought that the competition was an eye-opener as it provided a platform for participants to share their experiences and learn from one another. The winners of the ‘Speed Award’, Choy Jun Yan and Choy Lok Yan, have been participating since primary 3. This pair of experienced contestants expressed gratitude to their parents and thanked them for their time, effort and support. Lok Chun Him Cedric worked closely with his family, improved the accuracy of the shooter after some trial and error, and finally received the ‘Best Shooter Award’.
This competition encourages students and parents to collaborate and conduct experiments at home and explore the wonders of Science. The competition has not only enriched their knowledge, but also helped them develop a better understanding of themselves including their interests and life goals. We believe it is definitely a way to become lifelong learners.
Two proposed cabinets of the Students’ Union, Oasis and Delta, had undergone heated debates and carried out promotional strategies before the former won in the election campaign. Students of the whole school exercised the suffrage of 'one person, one vote' and selected Oasis, the winning cabinet. Holding a belief ‘Serving fellow students, proposing innovation breakthroughs’, Oasis hopes to lead the students to a wonderful school life.
The President of Students’ Union, Fong Tsz Hin, found team building among the cabinet members very challenging. ‘At the beginning, we didn’t know much about each other; it took us a long time to better our communication and explore our strengths and weaknesses,’ Fong said. Despite the difficulties, they were able to skillfully distribute the workload, perform their best and win the election eventually.
The critical success factor of Oasis is undoubtedly their spirit of ‘never give up’. Keeping this in mind, they will help fight for more benefits for their fellow students such as shops’ special discounts offered to Ho Yu students, and accomplish their plans accordingly.
U19香港健球預備隊於新加坡出戰「SJI-SINGAPORE ASIA INVITATIONAL YOUTH & JUNIOR KIN-BALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019」，參賽組別分別有男子組、女子組及混合組。可譽健球隊三位成員成功入選U19香港健球預備隊，代表香港出賽，他們分別是中四級洪祖澤同學、中五級李先豐同學以及中六級陳立寧同學。經過一輪激烈的賽事，U19香港健球預備隊獲得佳績，為港爭光：
Three of our students, Hung Cho Chak, Lee Sin Fung and Chan Lap Ning, are shortlisted for U19 Hong Kong Kin-Ball Team. Together with other talented teammates, they represented Hong Kong to compete in SJI-Singapore Asia Invitational Youth & Junior Kin-Ball Championships 2019. The competition was held in Singapore and three groups, Boys’ Group, Girls’ Group and Mixed Group, were arranged. After a series of exciting games, the Hong Kong team received magnificent achievements as follows:
In order to be selected by professional Kin-Ball coaches, without a doubt, every team member must be talented in this sport. More importantly, they must have positive attitudes such as, perseverance, devotion, teamwork and more so that they can make improvements progressively and strive hard to give their best. We hope they will again take on the world to win glory for Hong Kong in the near future.
可譽同學參加了以「創建你夢想 @ 東涌填海土地」為題的繪畫及填色比賽，在230份作品中，可譽同學囊括了高中組及初中組的冠、亞軍，可喜可賀。
The Sustainable Lantau Office organised a Coloring Contest and Drawing Competition to enhance the students' understanding of the reclamation works under the Tung Chung New Town Extension Project.
A total of 230 works including our students’ were submitted to the organizing committee. We were overjoyed to announce that we obtained four awards, namely, the champion and the first runner-up in the senior secondary section, and the champion and the first runner-up in the junior secondary section respectively.
One of the winning students, Wong Tin Yuet, chose the Chinese white dolphins as the theme of her painting. She hoped she would be able to watch Chinese white dolphins swimming freely in the sea upon completion of the reclamation project. It is crucial to harmonise economic growth and environmental protection. Another winner, Wong Tsz Ching drew a new look of Tung Chung and looked forward to better developments in her home town. The champion of the senior secondary section, Yip Hoi Tik, desired to see eco conservation in Tung Chung in a new era.
Ho Yu students showed strong awareness and expressed their views on development of Tung Chung through their artistic works. By striking a balance between economic growth and environmental protection, they all hoped Tung Chung would develop into a diversified and green community.