Technical learning wins praise from education officer Deputy Director of Education Kwan Ting-fai praised Kwun Tong Government Secondary Technical School at its speech day. He said the school had contributed a lot to learning, especially in technical education. 'In the current academic year, the school has implemented various new policies - the introduction of class periods for all levels, Putonghua lessons for Form One students, and the introduction of a Form Six arts and commerce class,' Mr Kwan said. 'The school has striven hard to achieve the goal of quality education.' He urged students to continue to serve and contribute to society after graduation. In her report, principal Chan Leung Mo-ching said students had done well academically and in extra-curricular activities. In the past year, two students were awarded the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prize and six were awarded the Grantham Scholarship. Two were awarded Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarships and two were awarded the Sing Tao Most Improved Students Award. Suen Yiu-kei came second in the baritone or bass class for pupils aged 18 or under, and Lau Chi-hang came third in the male solo class at the School Music Festival. Cheng Wing-fok, Suen Cheuk-hin, Wong Shun-kit and Lai Tak-wai were awarded a scholarship by the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Chan Tung came second in a watch design competition for Hong Kong Arts Festival, and Lam Tat-chi won a trip to Japan in the Environmental Protection Essay Competition. Chan Shing-bun and Ho Nga-dick came first and second respectively in the Field Orientation Competition organised by the Boy Scouts Association. Law Chun-bong was recruited by South China Football Club to compete in the Puma Street Fighter World Cup.