St Paul's School (Lam Tin) stole the limelight at the GP Batteries Inter-school Drama Competition with their play Story Of Batteries. The school won five awards - best actress, best script, best director, best creativity of performance and best overall performance - in the contest, which was part of the Live A Green Lifestyle programme initiated by GP Batteries and supported by the Business Environment Council. The programme, which included a training day and a visit to the Island West Transfer Station, aimed to raise environmental awareness and promote a green lifestyle among young people. Participating schools were required to stage a play on the theme of living a green lifestyle. The winning play tells the dream of a boy who burns batteries for fun. In his dream, he encounters a group of batteries that introduces him to the '10 Don'ts of using rechargeable batteries'. Judge Ko Tin-lung, artistic director of Chung Ying Theatre Company, said the story was interesting and the students co-operated well in the play. 'What makes them outstanding is their use of different theatrical elements to bring out the theme,' he said. Angela Yeung Pui-yee, 18, who penned the script, said the '10 Don'ts' were based on information she collected from schoolmates who attended the training day, and from the Internet and school. Best actress Zoe Ng Yik-yan, 17, said: 'I didn't know there was so much to learn about using rechargeable batteries.' St Catharine's School for Girls' Green Lifestyle - Superman Version won the best sense of environmental protection award. Suen Yiu-tung of Diocesan Boys' School won the best actor award.