Budding detectives at SKH Lam Woo Memorial Secondary School had their sleuthing skills tested recently when the English Award Scheme (EAS) staged a murder on the school premises.
Fifty-seven teams took part in the 'Best of the Best' competition from February 24 to March 4. Their mission was to find who had 'killed' a clown, whose body was discovered in a secret chamber (pictured below).
The teams were provided with a series of clues and interviewed people connected with the 'victim'. After that they were each given 15 minutes to discuss their ideas and to decide who the culprit was.
The solution will be provided in a film show this Thursday, and the winners will win tickets to Ocean Park. Thanks to the EAS for an exciting and enjoyable event.
- Chan Shing-kit, F.3D
The day was packed with laughter as Queen Elizabeth School opened its doors to the public on February 19. The annual open day attracted parents, former students as well as principals, teachers and students from other schools.
Visitors were treated to exhibits set up by more than 30 school clubs, music and dance performances, and Chinese and English dramas.
Games stalls provided not only entertainment for visitors, but also hand-made souvenirs - including stickers, book marks, badges, paper flowers, sweets and brooches - as well as portraits and digital photos of the visitors.
The open day gave students the opportunity to showcase their creativity, imagination, and organisation skills. The event was a success and months of hard work paid off.
Games, debate, fashion show, poetry recital, drama and films. These were the highlights of CCC Kwei Wah Shan College's English week from February 23 to 27.
The games included riddles, rhythms, tongue-twisters and Scrabble. Students tried their best to speak English to get a token. With three tokens, they could try their luck on the fortune wheel to win a prize. It proved very popular among the students.
Two Form Six classes took part in the debate with the motion 'Hong Kong is no longer an attractive place for tourists'. Both sides gave impressive arguments.
The fashion show was the highlight of the English assembly. Each of the four houses paraded their designs on the catwalk. Even teachers made an appearance!
- Fiona Beryl Law, F.6
The public gained a better understanding of school life at NTHYK Tai Po District Secondary School at its open day on February 19. Visitors were taken on a tour of the school's new facilities - the fruit of its two-year School Improvement Programme.
Interesting and informative displays (pictured above) were set up by some 30 clubs. The home economics club introduced healthy recipes for different seasons, while the health, sex and family life education group focused on diet and slimming. The design and technology club and the art club displayed students' creative work.
There were also games and performances to entertain visitors. Some parents even helped run the stalls.
Co-operation and teamwork made the fun-filled open day an overwhelming success.
About 300 primary school pupils added colour to Kwun Tong Kung Lok Government Secondary School's open day on February 20.
Visitors tried their hand at making models, key rings and wax candles.Workshops on computer animation and e-learning were also held.
The open day helped students to develop the spirit of teamwork.