Positive Sports Education Programme was held from 26 July to 6 August. It was a programme where students got opportunities for self-development. There were cooperation training, swimming training, and adventure-based challenges where S1-3 participants realised their potentials. The programme came to an end with fruitful results as most participants think the programme did boost up their confidence and enhance resilience.
Our students participated in a STEM event - Smart-Family Fun Design Competition organized by THE HUB, sponsored by the HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme 2020. They introduced their Smart-mirror Raspberry Pi Project and helped in different game counters to promote STEM to the visitors. They all enjoyed the activity and shared their fruitful experience in STEM to the primary school students.
18 of our Form 2 girls have spent a fruitful week with students from 7 other PLK Secondary Schools in the Summer Camp organized by Jennifer Yu Cheng Girls Impact Foundation. The 6-day program aimed to equip girls to be future ready leader. Through the coding sessions, our girls got to learn one of the most important skills needed in the future. They attended sharing sessions delivered by successful female leaders in various fields, offering them invaluable insights and inspiration.
Our school has welcomed 15 pairs of parents and children from PLK Dr. Jimmy Wong Chi-Ho (Tin Sum Valley) Primary School to join a 2-day STEM workshop. In the program, our gifted students from science team and technology team have served as instructors to teach the participants how to make their own UVC light sanitizers. Our students also delivered knowledge behind so that the participants could know more about virus and bacteria, and the theory behind disinfection.
In order to help Form 2 students to understand more about their career paths, a job simulation programme was held on 30th June, 2021. Throughout the job simulation activities, students were asked to perform duties related to various occupations such as pastry chefs, news reporters and kindergarten teachers. Most students actively engaged in the event.
In order to help Form 1 students to understand more about their career paths, a job simulation programme was held on 30th June, 2021. On the job simulation day, students were asked to carry out duties related to various occupations such as pastry chefs, photographers and practitioners of the Chinese medicine. Most students participated actively in the event.
Career Ambassadors made a video about different kinds of jobs. Under the guidance of class teachers, students could guess the related career which was acted by the Career Ambassadors via the video. They enjoyed the activity very much.
Through making videos about different jobs, Career Ambassadors can let students know more about the job nature, duties, requirements and prospect of different careers. Under the guidance of class teachers, students could guess the related career which was acted by the Career Ambassadors in the video. They enjoyed the activity very much.
In order to help Form 3 students understand more about their career paths, a job simulation session was held by Careers Guidance Committee (CGC) on 21 May, 2021. Throughout the event, students were asked to perform tasks that are related to different occupations. Most students actively engaged in the job simulation event!