This year, because of our outstanding performance in the GYA camp last year, Carmen and I (Harvey) were glad to be chosen as two of the three GYAs who could join the Singapore YEE programme which last for 5 days. The second great news for us is the fee for the YEE programme and accommodation in Singapore will be sponsored by the supporting partners, Ci Yuan CC Youth Club of Singapore, and our cost for the air tickets is also sponsored by our Principal Mr Ho. I really want to say thank you so much to everyone, as this was my first to travel to another country by plane. By the way, we have really learnt many things and made many new friends in the programme.In the programme, 99% of the participants are university students (most of them are Singaporean). We three, the HK representatives, were the youngest participants in the programme and there were four female teachers from Brunei. Although we were the the youngest, we also shared the situations of environmental protection in HK with them. During the programme, the most important things I learnt was system thinking. We need to think more and form a big and whole picture in our mind and also try to think of possible consequences and means to avoid them. I found that was really true when the three graghs of GDP, cancer rate and air quality appears on the same screen, showing that when the GDP is rising, the air quality is decreasing and the cancer rate is also increasing. I found that we must try to consider a topic boardly as there are many relationships joining them. On the other hand, while travelling around, I discovered that the urban greening (planting trees in urban areas and near roads) in Singapore was really excellent so the environment was extremely green and comfortable. Also, we could hardly find a rubbish bin on streets so I guessed that the recycling awareness is quite high in Singapore. Last but not least, we hope that next year, our green members can do better than us. Thank You!
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Students with Best Scores in 2014 HKDSE (from left to right):
Wong Mo Ki: 3 x 5** + 1 x 5* + 3 x 5
Yeung Ho Ching: 3 x 5** + 1 x 5* + 2 x 5
Cheung Tin Lok: 1 x 5** + 4 x 5* + 2 x 5
2014 HKDSE results:
Day School Candidates
Level 4 or above in English Language
Level 4 or above in Chinese Language
Level 4 or above in Mathematics
Level 4 or above in Liberal Studies
Now, you can check the photos of the Joint School Athletics Meet.
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10 junior form and senior form students joined a project competition called 幸福走多步 -社會專題研究暨 師徒計劃 2014 organized by 荃葵青優秀學生會. We would like to invite our Vice Principal Mr Wong to present the prizes.
3A 周葆蕙、3B葉晴、3D楊永樑、3D 袁佩詩、3D趙悅忻won 2nd runner up in junior category.
4A 張海晴、4A呂汶深、4A王婉晶、4A謝樹濡、4C周映彤won the champion in senior category. Congratulations to all the winners
This time the BSTC debate team have really outdone themselves!
Our students competed in the Hong Kong Secondary School Debating Competition, the biggest inter-school debate competition in the city with almost 150 teams and made possible by the tireless work of Stan Dyer. We are delighted to announce that our junior team won the regional final and were unbeaten in term two against schools like Wah Yan College, HK. The senior team’s result was also very respectable coming 2nd place overall.
Junior team members:
Jessica (my daddy is Scottish) Young, Cheryl (my English rocks) Lam, Alex (ask many questions) Hung, Tom (broke the trophy) Wong & Carmen (involved in everything) Tse!
Senior team members:
Sammy (missed the photo) Yung, Katy (one smart cookie) Lam, Jansay (lived in Russia) Lee, Connie (oops, I blinked) Wong, Anson (boy scouts honour) Leung & Charis (ciao bella!) Lau, Kiki (as good as gold) Li!
Thank you to all those involved for your efforts. Your hard work certainly paid off. The debate team will return next year and we hope to be able to have some more trophies to show off!
On 7th to 9th of May 2014, 30 S4 students went for a geography field camp in Cheung Chau. They had field work in both river and coastal environment. Through the on-site investigation, data collection & analysis, discussion and presentation, they got a better understanding towards the natural processes of landform features, and were able to evaluate the effectiveness of river and coastal management.
Oxfam Musical Marathon is a unique event for musicians of all ages to perform in public, and at the same time, raise funds to help people around the world get out of poverty. On 26th April, 23 students in our school joined the activity in Tsuen Wan Citywalk. They performed a few songs and enjoyed their time on that day. Thank you for those who came to see their performance and donated money to support people around the world.
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Track & Field events
Prize-giving Ceremony (Individuals)
Prize-giving Ceremony (Teams)
Graduation Classes 3000m & Miscellaneous
We organized 2 outdoor activities for girl guides in January and April 2014. The one in January 2014 is called " outdoor cooking day camp". Girl guides learned how to use some traditional outdoor equipments to make pizza, roasted chicken and roasted Pork Knuckle. In April, girl guides and boy scouts joined canoeing fun day organized by Girl Guide Association. They learned some basic canoeing skills and sailed around Tai Mei Tuk, Plover Cove Reservior and Lung Mei.
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