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Cheung Chuk Shan College

Pupils do the carrying for Lunar New Year fair

Rising prices have meant some extra fetching and carrying work for pupils at Cheung Chuk Shan College.

The school is setting up a stall in Victoria Park for the Lunar New Year fair for the fifth year in a row.

Saturday, 14 January, 2012, 12:00am

Evenly matched in equal rights contest

Hoi Ping Chamber of Commerce Secondary School and Cheung Chuk Shan College met in the fifth round of the 12th Nesta-SCMP Inter-school Debating Competition last week. They tackled the motion 'Hong Kong isn't doing enough to ensure gender equality'. Hoi Ping was the affirmative side and Cheung Chuk Shan took the negative stance.

3 Nov 2011 - 12:00am

Mainland students enrich our culture

Joey Chan's letter 'Time to look after our own students' (November 29) expressed her worries about the lack of university places if more are given to non-local, mostly mainland students. I was astonished by such thought. There are many advantages in accepting mainland students.

Firstly, we can practise our Putonghua, which has become an important language.

8 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

Highs and lows in scramble for coveted Form Six places

The release of the exam results has sounded the starter's gun in a race to snap up Form Six places at schools across the city.

10 Aug 2006 - 12:00am

Group effort triumphs in debating contest

'The individual is more important than the group' was the topic at the final of the Nesta/SCMP Inter-school Debating Competition 2005-06.

29 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Talking tough (IN CHINESE)

A committed teacher went against the tide when he said children should be taught in the language they are most at home with

David Cheung Chi-kong, a firm believer in teaching students in their native tongue, practises what he preaches.

30 Sep 2004 - 12:00am

Secondary placement is 'like a raffle' says angry dad

A Filipina student who applied to attend the same English medium of instruction (EMI) secondary school as her elder sister was given a place at her 13th choice Cantonese medium of instruction (CMI) school, even though she was fluent in English and Putonghua, but not Cantonese.

19 Oct 2002 - 12:00am

Parents turn children into spoiled brats

During the summer holidays I did some voluntary work looking after young children. It was a hot day and by the end tempers flared.

One young boy complained that he was hot. 'Where is the air-conditioner?' he moaned.

I tried to comfort him. 'Don't you feel the gentle breeze from the mountain,' I said.

17 Oct 2000 - 12:00am

Class-size appeal falls on deaf ears

The top education think-tank is to reject calls to reduce school class sizes, triggering anger from pressure groups.

28 Sep 2000 - 12:00am

High-fliers head the top of results list

Other top students who scored nine or 10 As:

Choi Kwan-ho, Diocesan Boys' School

A(1)s in English Language, Chinese Language, Economics, Religious Studies, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Additional Mathematics, Mathematics. A(2) in Principles of Accounts.

Gary Wu Chun-cheung, Wah Yan College (Kow loon)

12 Aug 2000 - 12:00am

Top students have eyes set on medical profession

Two students who scored nine As in this year's HKCEE hope to contribute to the medical profession after they graduate.

Cheung Chuk Shan College pupils Lai Hoi-fung and Fu Chun-cheung were very pleased with their results.

'I am thrilled. I didn't expect to do so well,' Hoi-fung said.

12 Aug 1999 - 12:00am

Graduating students treated as VIPs

Graduating students at Yu Chun Keung Memorial College No 2 were urged to set goals, develop their talents and treasure what they have received from their families and school.

Dr Cheung Wing-ming, a principal lecturer of the Hong Kong Institute of Education, was invited to the school as guest-of- honour for its 16th speech day.

26 Jun 1999 - 12:00am

Revision and good night's sleep key to exam success

Sharing their recipes for success, outstanding students said repeated revision and asking questions when faced with problems were a big help.

14 Jul 1998 - 12:00am

Students must be given choice

David Cheung Chi-kong, in his letter headlined, 'New education policy socially divisive' (South China Morning Post, November 1), criticised our Medium of Instruction Guidance for not making mother-tongue teaching mandatory for all secondary schools.

13 Nov 1997 - 12:00am

Aim high for As, trio says trio says

WHAT are the secrets, if any, behind the As at this year's HKCEE? Three King's College students, who scored nine distinctions, share their secrets.

Science student Law Wing-cheung said ''setting a goal'' was helpful.

16 Aug 1994 - 12:00am