Life-wide learning Days (local Activity)

Date: 15/04/2019

S.2 LIFE camp

Spiritual Nurturing Committee has organized an ‘Inspirational LIFE Camp’ for all S2 students in the period of 16 April – 18 April 2019. It took place in Po Leung Kuk Pak Tam Chung Holiday Camp. Students had the chance for experiential learning through various group activities. Students gained a treasurable opportunity to achieve the learning goals and skills that cannot be obtained during regular lessons.

S1 Project Learning : Our Own Museum

S1 students have learnt how to design their museums in lessons, and spent the LWL week visiting Tai Kwun in Central, and preparing their presentation for the Finale : S1 Project Competition.  The “International Food Museum”, designed by 1Ft Bayanin Yumi Belza, Eackamnoor Kaur, Garcia Rebecca Grace Enriquez and Walia Gurleen Kaur won the competition.  Congratulations!

S4.S5 Workplace learning

In order to give students more opportunities to learn from the actual experience and achieve the goal of whole-person development, the school has arranged an "All-round Learning Day" from April 15 to April 18, 2019. Mr. Chong and Mr. Wong accompanied with 24 students from S4 and S5 to visit different working place included coffee café, hotel and photo studio, these experiences enable students to master the career objectives beyond the textbook effectively. Apart from the work, the company has also provided different seminars to students. Through the solid experience in job market, it inspires student to study hard in order to find an ideal job after graduation. 

Drama Appreciation
  • Day 1: Collaborative games established rapport between the students and enabled them to create an environment that was open to limitless possibilities. The Wind blows for those who……. Students play a variation of the musical chairs game.
  • Students group together to make a tree by using their imagination to make its shape.
  • ‘Take a selfie’ by making a camera using shapes formed with your body.
  • Day 2: Through teamwork and communication, students actualised a modern day version of the three pigs. In their story, three kids left home to find jobs so they could support their ailing mother. Students brainstorming ideas in English and reaching an agreement on the final script.
  • Day 2: Through teamwork and communication, students actualised a modern day version of the three pigs. In their story, three kids left home to find jobs so they could support their ailing mother. Students brainstorming ideas in English and reaching an agreement on the final script.
  • Students learn about improvisation and free speech so they don’t need to hold or memories their scripts during the performance.
  • “We’re professional actors and actresses now!”

  • Day 3: Rehearse. Discuss. Rehearse and finally, all the student’s hard work pays off and the production is completed. Collaboration perfects the team’s final performance.
  • Collaboration perfects the team’s final performance.
  • Time to debrief and receive thanks for our hard work.
  • Paul, Law Hong Yat, (5L07) was awarded for his Efforts & Contribution to the production.
  • Starky, Yun Pun Ho, (4Lv21) was awarded for his Initiative & English use during the workshop.
  • Kelly, Yii Sze Ying, (5Lv18) and Nathan, Kong Chun Hei, (4Hp10) were awarded for their Helpful Support during rehearsals and the production.
S.3 Forest Exploration Day Camp
S.3 Forest Exploration Day Camp was successfully held in the period of 15 April – 17 April 2019. It took place in Yuen Long. Students had the opportunity to explore and know more about their own characters through games, sports and services. Besides, this day camp is another unique venue for growth, allowing students to become independent and self-confident, build the team spirit, and even learning new skills e.g. cooking skills. Best of all, they created good memories in this camp.
S.3 Outward_Bound
The Outward Bound Hong Kong Training Camp was held from 15th to 17th April, 2019. Twelve students from Form three participated the training camp organized by Outward Bound® Hong Kong in Tai Mong Tsai, Sai Kung. In order to let our students step out from their comfort zones, the camp required them to hike for more than 8 hours, make their own boat and sailed to the middle of the ocean, cook by themselves without gas, sleep in a tent, climb on the wooden sticks and even jump into the sea from the pier which is higher than 8m and so on. Through joining this camp, we hope students can have reflections and improvements on their self-reliance, physical fitness, compassion and craftsmanship.
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