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PUBLISHED : Monday, 26 March, 2007, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 26 March, 2007, 12:00am

SBC SHING TAK CENTRE SCHOOL


Following our theme of 'A Bright Future Rooted in a Successful Past', many distinguished people honoured us with their presence on our Open Day.


Our guests included Fung Pak-yan, deputy director of the Social Welfare Department, Florence Au Wong, senior education officer (special education support) of the Education and Manpower Bureau, and Sir Ti-liang Yang, president of the Society of Boys' Centres.


Our students prepared a variety of items to entertain the guests, including solo verse speaking, magic, Chinese juggling and rock music. Students conducted tours of our facilities.


It was a happy atmosphere that made lasting impressions.


Terry Fung


LAI CHACK MIDDLE SCHOOL


A graduation marathon was held on December 21, 2006, at the Main Dam of Plover Cove Reservoir. Its purpose was to promote interest in regular exercise, and enhance inter-personal relationships, sense of belonging, and the spirit of supporting each other.


The event, which was aimed at training students' perseverance and patience and equipping them for future challenges, was specially designed for Form Five and Form Seven graduates.


Led by the teaching staff, all Form Five and Form Seven graduates set off early in the morning. They arrived at the Main Dam and took part in the graduation marathon which was a unique experience in their life. The event was divided into boys' and girls' teams. To enhance team spirit, an inter-class competition - won by Form 5B - was held.


There were about 200 participants and most of them completed the route in 35 minutes. Lai Chack students' perseverance proved that they could face any challenge, including public examinations and hardships, in the future.


Law Kam-chuen, Fiona Au and Lee Kit-ming


CMA SECONDARY SCHOOL


The school held its annual Music Day on January 31 at the Sha Tin Town Hall.


Its purpose was to encourage students to develop their potential in music and give them an opportunity to test their talent with a live performance.


Principal Mak Oi-ying strongly believes that every child has a talent - be it linguistic, mathematical, musical or any other skill. She ensures the school gives equal importance to academic performance and extra-curricular activities.


She strives to enhance students' creativity, critical thinking and adaptability.


Judges included famous music producer Edward Chan, singer Percy Fan, vocalist of the popular band Empty Lo Man-tik, and musicians Kawin Chan and Almond Yeung.


Guest performers, including the band Empty and Fan, got the audience screaming for more.


The event was a great success.


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