校外獲獎

MI Young Writers Awards 2022

MI Young Writers Award 2022 is an annual English writing competition that aims to foster and recognize excellence in English writing by providing students with the opportunity to develop their expressive talents and creativity. This year, 2A Chow Ching Shun Lydia from the Junior Section, 5A Wong Tsz Ching Ada and 5E Lam Yu Kwan Yolanda from the Senior Section had their essays selected as the Top 50 essay among all Hong Kong contestants with the topics “Should smartphones be allowed in school?” and “If you became a social media influencer, what would you post about?” Congratulations to Lydia, Ada, and Yolanda for their achievements.

 


2A Chow Ching Shun Lydia and her teacher Miss Lam.

 


5A Wong Tsz Ching Ada (left) and 5E Lam Yu Kwan (right) with their teacher Miss Yeung.

 

You can read their winning essays through the following links: 

(“Should Smartphones be Allowed in School?” by Chow Ching Shun Lydia)
(“Being an Inspiring Social Media Influencer” by Wong Tsz Ching Ada)
(“An Influencer, how?” by Lam Yu Kwan Yolanda)

 
 

73rd Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival

This year, forty students ranging from S1 to S5 participated in the 73rd Speech Festival hosted by the Hong Kong Schools Music and Speech Association. This annual event provided students with an opportunity to gain confidence in performing poetry and prose in English. As well, students were able to raise their English speaking standard through this experience.

 

Congratulations to the following students who were awarded 2nd and 3rd places in their respective categories.

 

5A(4)

Cheung Tin Nam, Tina

2nd place in S5 Girls Solo Verse Speaking

5E(10)

Lam Yu Kwan, Yolanda

2nd place in S5 Girls Solo Verse Speaking

1A(12)

Leung Ka Yu, Katie

3rd place in S1 Girls Solo Verse Speaking

5E(5)

Chung Ching Ting, Tiffany

3rd place in S5 Girls Solo Verse Speaking

1A(17)

Phagami Eva 

3rd place in S1 Girls Solo Prose Reading

 

Also, congratulations to all participants who received Certificates of Merits and Proficiency! We hope this event can encourage more students to join next year.

 

1A Eva Phagami received 3rd place in the S1 Girls Solo Prose Reading.

 

5E Tiffany Chung received 3rd  place in the S5 Girls Solo Verse Speaking.

 

1A Katie Leung also received 3rd place in the S1 Girls Solo Verse Speaking.

 

本校3D梁紫茵同學於「中國語文菁英計劃 (2021/2022)」榮獲菁英銅獎

本校3D梁紫茵同學於「中國語文菁英計劃 (2021/2022)」榮獲菁英銅獎 [......]

2021-22真光箭隊比賽獲獎紀錄

真光箭隊比賽獲獎紀錄 [......]

本校學生於「第二十四屆全港中小學普通話演講比賽2022」獲獎

本校8名學生於4月9日參加由新市鎮文化教育協會主辦的「第二十四屆全港中學普通話演講比賽2022」。 [......]

The HKFYG English Public Speaking Contest 2022

This school year, selected students from Secondary 2 joined the annual HKFYG English Public Speaking Contest 2022 hosted by the HKFYG Leadership Institute. To prepare for the contest, students attended evening workshops on November 24 and December 1 at the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups Building. It was an invaluable experience for students to get an opportunity to enrich their public speaking skills and share their speeches in front of their peers from different schools.

After the workshops, students entered the competition drafting their own speeches on a self-selected topic. Our students chose topics ranging from artificial intelligence to cloning to even the art of procrastination. On March 4, it was announced that 2B Melanie Wong and 2A Chara Yip had advanced to the District Semi-Finals with their captivating and relevant topics, the benefits of learning different languages and the implementation of VR in lessons, respectively. 

Yip Ho Ching, Chara 2A27

Certificate of District Semi-Finalist

Wong Yi Ching, Melanie 2B25

Certificate of District Semi-Finalist

Sherchan, Raeka 2A18

Certificate of Good Performance

Fung Hiu Nam, Hannah 2A10

Certificate of Participation

Chow Ching Shun, Lydia 2A08

Certificate of Participation

Wong Hoi Wing, Holly 2A25

Certificate of Participation

Ip Hei Tung, Renee 2B13

Certificate of Participation

Congratulations to all the participants!

 

Reflections from:

2B Melanie Wong

This year, I joined the HKFYG English Public Speaking Contest. I was astonished and almost cried when I received the notice that I had been admitted to the District Semi-Finals as I didn’t expect that I would enter the Semi-Finals. I am usually full of dread when it comes to having to speak in front of people, especially strangers. However, through this experience, it boosted my confidence and improved my speaking habits. I have learnt the skills of how to change the tone of voice and body language, for example, by using hand gestures and facial expressions.

My speech is about the benefits of learning different languages. It is about the benefits and the importance of learning new languages. It helps us connect with other cultures, improves our memory and boosts our confidence.

2A Chara Yip

I participated in the HKFYG English Public Speaking Contest this year. It was a lot of fun, and a crazy experience since I was not expecting myself to get into the Semi-Finals of the contest. When I attended th [......]


Championship in HKSSDC Junior 2021-22

Working tirelessly over the Christmas holidays, the S3 debate team pulled together to face off against a fierce opponent in the term 1 final of the Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition(HKSSDC). Charged with the topic “This House would allow negative advertising by companies against their competitors,” 3A Nicole Chan, 3A Jasie Chow and 3A Mary Mikfung Thewe argued fervently for negative advertising. With a very close match, the Hong Kong True Light College team managed to pull ahead and secure victory, becoming the champion of 2021-22 Hong Kong Secondary School Debating Competition Junior (Div II) (HKI & NT) Term 1 Final. Further sweetening the triumph, 3A Jasie Chow was awarded the best speaker of the match. As they proceed onto the second term, and hopefully the Grand Final, let’s all wish them the best and encourage them in their work!

 

During their regular training, the Junior Debate Team took their moment to celebrate their victory.

 

First win in Term 2 in HKSSDC Senior Team

Covid can stop us from going to school, but not from learning together. Although the epidemic has brought the holiday earlier, the HKSSDC debate competition was still held in the form of zoom. On the 30th of March, 5A Nicole Chan, Anna Chan and Tina Cheung, led by their team advisor, Ms. Yeung, defeated Tsung Tsin College in the motion “This house will deny smokers access to public healthcare.”

 

Participating in this competition as the chairperson this time, I felt the tremendous efforts of the debaters in this nerve-wracking match. I admire that our experienced debaters still put forward various arguments and evidence. Finally, impressed by their clear team line and good rebuttals,  the adjudicator announced that they won in this debate competition. Even though I wasn’t a debater, I learned some valuable debating skills from the adjudicator’s deliberations and their perfect teamwork. Congrats once again for their hard work paid off, and I look forward to the debate team continuing to be victorious.

- 5E Sophie Tam

 

 

第十二屆香港島傑出學生選舉2021

「香港島傑出學生選舉」旨在嘉許對學校及社會有承擔和傑出貢獻的學生,表揚他們所付出的努力,並協助他們裝備自己,接受未來的挑戰。參選學生除了學術,課外活動、領導才能、社會服務及才藝方面均有傑出的表現。 本校兩位參選者均有傑出的表現,

中三級陳樂琳同學榮獲香港島初中組「香港島十大優秀學生」。
中六級林嘉彥同學榮獲香港島高中組「香港島十大優秀學生」。

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2021-22年度第七屆南區優秀青年計劃

「南區優秀青年計劃」由南區青年活動委員會聯同南區民政事務處舉 辦,期望透過是項計劃表揚更多在社區積極參與地區活動或服務,對 社區發展有貢獻,在個人成就上有卓越表現,以及兼具領袖潛能的青 年人。

本校學生表現卓越,獲獎如下:

南區傑出青年卓越表現獎(高中組): F.6 柳琬婷
南區優秀青年(高中組): F.6 曾梓澄
南區優秀青年(高中組): F.6 林心治
南區優秀少年(初中組): F.2 周靖淳
南區優秀少年(初中組): F.2 葉詩詠
南區優秀少年(初中組): F.3 陳樂琳