CCC Hoh Fuk Tong College Students from CCC Hoh Fuk Tong College took part in the Teen Entrepreneurs Competition from February 5-7. The competition was sponsored by the Hong Kong Institute of Education. Ten Form Four students came up with the design for a 'Lucky Soap', which was sold at our stall. We handmade all the bars of soap ourselves. Our product was very popular and was quickly sold out. Our stall decorations were also very attractive. We won the 'Most Environmentally Friendly Award' and the 'Most Creative Award'. We gained a lot from experience. We learned how to work hard together. We also realised that hard work pays off. Taking part in the competition was an unforgettable experience for us. St Catharine's School for Girls St Catharine's School for Girls held its annual Fun Fair on March 6. The theme was 'Flashback'. The fair aimed to raise money for school activities, and to give students and visitors a glimpse of fashion and culture of the past. The fair was also a good opportunity for students to learn to co-operate and communicate with others. Students began preparing for it several months ago. The fair was a great success. The sunny weather added to the cheerful atmosphere. Students put up decorations in the morning, and visitors began arriving around noon. Student representatives welcomed guests at the school entrance. Both the students and the visitors showed enthusiasm in the activities. Each game stall was set up by a class or club, with decorations based on past fashion. Fun packages were wrapped in brightly coloured paper. Visitors enjoyed games like matching stickers, puzzles and dancing. Winners were awarded prizes and admission to all games was free. The fair showcased the students' creativity, artistic talent and academic potential. Best Decoration Stall and Most Popular Stall prizes were awarded to the students. The students said taking part in the fair was a valuable learning experience, and they developed a lot of useful skills. They were also happy that their efforts had paid off. The school will continue to strive to provide opportunities for students to develop all-round skills. Tseung Kwan O Government Secondary School The school's Spring Walkathon was held on February 28. The event got off to a cracking start with a series of loud pops made by the bursting of balloons. After the opening ceremony, teachers, students and parents left the school campus and made their way along the route. The walkathon was aimed at raising funds for charitable organisations and the school's Better Education Fund to improve the school's learning environment and facilities. The original route had to be cut short to prevent participants walking past Yau Yue Wan Village, with the path made slippery by the humid weather. Instead they walked along Po Lam Road North, passing Tseung Kwan O Jockey Club Clinic, St John the Baptist Church and Haven of Hope Woo Ping Care and Attention Home, before finishing at the school. Afterwards, there was plenty of excitement in the school hall. Prizes were awarded to the most successful fund-raisers. This was followed by the Lucky Draw, which was the highlight of the day's activities. The students were nervous as they looked at the numbers on their red slips. The students left the school at 12.45pm, and there was no doubt the Spring Walkathon was a great success.