CCPA Ma Chung Sum Secondary School The school's English Week began with another great performance by theatre group Chunky Onion. English Week ran from March 3 to 6. This year, Chunky Onion performed the pantomime The Adventures of Robin Hood, which featured lots of singing and dancing. The students were happy to see a Hong Kong actress perform in the show. Games stalls were set up in the school hall for the next two days. Games ranged from tongue twisters to shoot-the-letters. Many students participated, winning a lot of prizes. As usual, Bingo was very popular. This year, the English Department organised a Survivor Game, in which teams of students had to complete five English-based activities within a set time limit to win the grand prize - tickets to Ocean Park. The junior competition was won by 2DR, while 3C won the senior event. English Week was great fun. Students took part in a wide range of activities which helped boost their language skills. Sir Ellis Kadoorie Secondary School (West Kowloon) The school celebrated students' academic, cultural and extra-curricular accomplishments this year in a joint event last month. The Parent-Teacher Association hosted a Learning Celebrations/PTA Fun Day on February 27. The morning session took place in the school playground. Parents, students, teachers and guests - including guest-of-honour Hong Kong Police senior inspector Mohammad Swalikh - were all treated to a variety of programmes put on by the students. Inspector Swalikh gave an inspirational speech that described his path to success from his days as a Sir Ellis Kadoorie student. The prize-giving ceremony, during which parents of students who attained excellent results in the half-yearly exam received certificates of appreciation, was followed by student performances and various fun activities. This year's Learning Celebrations/PTA Fun Day was a massive success. The school would like to thank all participants for their hard work in making it such an enjoyable occasion. CMA Secondary School CMA Secondary School held its annual Music Day on February 8 at the Jockey Club Auditorium of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The purpose of the occasion was to encourage students to develop their potential. It also gave them a chance to hone their skills in stage production, technical support, video and photographic arrangement, lighting and decorating, and award and souvenir designing. The theme of this year's event was 'Musical Interaction! Creation! Action! Imagination!' The contest was divided into junior and senior solos, inter-class and group singing. Participants were judged on creativity and performance. The highlight of the Music Day was the teacher-student group singing. This was the first time the audience could vote for their favourite performers. The contest also enhanced the relationship between teachers and students. The prize winners were: Tse Chi-fung (gold prize - junior solo singing), Leung Chong-chi (silver), Li For-tat (bronze); Lee Long-fung (gold - senior solo singing), Kan Chun-kit (silver), Chow Cheuk-hang (bronze); Lee Sai-chung and Li Chi-yung (gold - group singing), Tam Yim-sheung and Cui Jiawei (silver), Li For-tat and Tse Chi-fung (bronze); and Cheng Yu and Chan Sze-yi (teacher-student group singing).