Arrangement of Pre-Secondary One Hong Kong Attainment Test
In light of the recent COVID-19 situation, Education Bureau has announced that all secondary schools, primary schools and kindergartens could advance the beginning of their summer holiday. To better facilitate the placement of students, we will continue the Pre-Secondary One Hong Kong Attainment Test on July 14 (Tuesday) as scheduled. We will be taking the necessary precautionary measures before and during the test. You may refer to the notice prior to this for the details of the test.
Students who are admitted to other secondary schools should follow the instructions given by these schools.
Details of the live webcast of "Primary One Orientation Day" are as follows:
Date: July 19 (Sunday)
Time: 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
You can log in at 9:30 am on the day of the live webcast. Thank you.
Dressed in colourful, dazzling Zhuang costumes and carrying a jingling floral basket, a group of our primary school girls competed in The 56th Schools Dance Festival on 19th January, 2020. After ample training and practice, they performed brilliantly and made their parents proud. Honourably, the dance finally helped the team earn the Highly Commended Award.
During the competition, the whole team was calm enough to handle an unexpected accident. A P.5 member, Wong Tin Yuet, recalled, “When the music suddenly stopped, we were not nervous, but plucked up our courage to continue until the end of our dance. Finally, we were overjoyed with the result.”
Every member in the team gained an invaluable experience. They learnt that, only if everyone bears the same responsibility and works towards the same goal, their sweat is never shed in vain.
“Our students read everywhere!” It is the slogan of The Reading in an Unusual Place Contest and it was held under this challenging period of time.
The English Department would like to express their heartfelt gratitude to the participants this year. Wonderful photos were collected between January and June.
To celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of The People’s Republic of China, New Territories School Heads Association organized a Chinese essay writing competition. We are pleased to announce that our P.6 student, Wang Yao, has won second place in the Primary Section.
Hong Kong is our beloved home. What can we symbolize it with? Wang Yao thought of ‘neon lights’ when she thought of Hong Kong. Neon lights are a shining example of Hong Kong’s heritage though it is gradually disappearing in the city. In her essay, she desired to place the neon lights onto China's Tiangong-2, a prototype of a space station, and take them back at the 80th Anniversary. This, she believed, should make the history more remarkable and meaningful.
As a Hongkonger, Wang Yao recognizes the importance of the cultural heritage and feels responsible for preserving it as far as she can. She hopes that by writing about the relationship between neon lights and Hong Kong, she can help raise people’s awareness and promote the need of preservation to the public.