Love in Hong Kong - Basic Law Promotional Plan Competition
Our students obtained brilliant results in the Love in Hong Kong - Basic Law Promotional Plan Competition, organized by Chung Yeh Yuk Tsoi Educational Organization. The competition aims to arouse young people’s awareness in the importance of the Basic Law to Hong Kong. The competition had received entries from more than 100 secondary schools and universities. Among all the teams, the one formed by Zita Zhang (F.5P), Hayley Tse (F.2P), Olive Kuong (F.2U) and Natalie Leung (F.2U) became the Champion, and they received a trophy and $5000 book coupons. Another team formed by Christine Lam, Janice Lee (F.3S), Kate Lee (F.3A) and Joyce Li (F.3L) was the First Runner-up, which received a trophy and $3500 book coupons. Congratulations to all winners!

2021 “My Interfaces with the Belt and Road Initiative” Integrated Abilities Competition
Edna Chan, Florence Poon and Coco Shum of F.5L joined the 2021 “My Interfaces with the Belt and Road Initiative” Integrated Abilities Competition, organized by the Federation of New Territories Youth. The team attained Second-class Honour in the areas of “Greening” and “Silk Road” and was awarded with trophies and certificates. Congratulations to the winners!

Basic Law and I Poster Design Competition
Karina Kan (F.5A) joined the Basic Law and I Poster Design Competition, organized by Hong Kong Youth Travel and obtained the Merit Award. She was given a medal and a book coupon. Congratulations!

The Greater Bay Area STEM Excellence Award 2021


The Greater Bay Area STEM Excellence Award 2021 (Hong Kong), organized by HKNETEA and supported by the Education Bureau (EDB), Innovation and Technology Bureau (ITB) and Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO), aims to enhance students’ creativity and innovation, and recognize young STEM talents for their efforts.

Final presentation was held online on 26 May 2021. Three teams of our EITP students were shortlisted and the results were released on 3 June 2021.

We were pleased to announce that Jessie Kwong (F.4L) obtained the Merit Award in the Fight Against Virus Stream, Senior Secondary Section with her project COVID-19 Lantau Island Testing Guide.

Justina Yip (F.4A) obtained the Merit Award in the ICT Stream, Senior Secondary Section with her project Chinese Medicine Dos and Don’ts.

Erica Keung (F.5S), Kate Liu (F.5S) and Kumar Tvesha Sanjay (F.5L) obtained the Merit Award in the ICT Stream, Senior Secondary Section with their project Ecolife.

Audrey Lee(F.2S), Cherene Ngai (F.2S), Annie Qin (F.2S) and Audrey Seng (F.2S) has obtained the Silver Award (top of the stream) under the Secondary (Junior) School ICT Stream for their project of CAPS Carbon Life.

Congratulations!


職安健繪畫暨標語創作比賽


為加強公眾對體力處理操作的認識,職安局轄下的文職及專業服務業、資訊及通訊業安全及健委員會合辦「職安健繪畫暨標語創作比賽」,鼓勵學生及公眾透過繪畫及標語宣揚體力處理操作的相關職安健訊息。

中一德班楊綽嘉同學喜奪中學組冠軍,獲贈書券$2000、獎盃及獎狀。中一德班陳可潼同學取得中學組亞軍,獲贈書券$1500、 獎盃及獎狀。中四雅班林悅希及中一安班張希晨同學則獲優異獎,各得書券$300及獎狀。恭喜得獎同學!


The 19th CILTHK Student Essay Competition


Our students achieved excellent results in the 19th CILTHK Student Essay Competition organized by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong. The competition aims to inspire the secondary school students their interest in the logistics and transport industry and to enhance their analytical skill and creativity. The topics for the Junior Group and Senior Group are “Are e-scooter and e-bike suitable for Hong Kong?” and “Is Hong Kong’s supply chain resilient for an unexpected crisis?” respectively. In the junior category, Chloe Szeto from F.1A was the 1st Runner-up, and Oriana Li from F.1T and Christine Lam from F.3S both attained the Merit Award. In the senior category, Jasmine Wan from F.5S won the 1st Runner-up. They were all awarded with certificates and book coupons. Congratulations!


友善社區手機短片創作比賽


明愛青少年及社區服務青少年發展策略專責小組於2020年11月至2021年 4月舉辦了友善社區手機短片創作比賽,並在2021年5月8日舉行了頒獎典禮。

本校中四德班李文澄和胡志盈同學、中四雅班梁凱盈、李卓彤、 麥琳和龐卓萱同學,與中四璐班鄺海晴和李楚臻同學,以作品《狗與主人…》獲得優異獎。

同學們的影片以狗主和寵物之間的感情、照顧寵物的煩惱和 難處以及對社區造成的好壞影響作切入點,獲得評判讚賞。中四雅班李卓彤同學以及中四璐班鄺海晴同學在頒獎典禮上匯報拍攝成果,表現出色,更獲大會頒發傑出表現獎。

恭喜得獎的同學!


「詩中有畫比賽」


由香港公共圖書館舉辦的2021年「詩中有畫比賽」,本校中三施班的鄭穎遙同學榮獲中三級冠軍。恭喜!


「共建美好家園•第二屆全港青少年徵文比賽」


由香港大公文匯傳媒集團舉辦的「共建美好家園•第二屆全港青少年徵文比賽」,本校中三施班的劉馥慧同學榮獲初中組優異獎。恭喜!


23rd Hong Kong Youth Science & Technology Innovation Competition

Our students won multiple awards in seven different sections in the “23rd Hong Kong Youth Science & Technology Innovation Competition (HKYSTIC)” organized by the Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association (HKNGCA), held in April 2021. The awardees were:

Outstanding Participating School Award
St. Paul's Convent School (Secondary Section)

Outstanding Innovative Project Award (Senior Section)

Nicole Chan (F.5P)
Jenny Chen (F.5U)
Sally Wong (F.5U)

Winning Project – The Effectiveness of Adsorption of Metal Ions and Oil by Agricultural Wastes

Occupational Safety and Health Council Special Award

1st Place Award
Janice Lee (F.3S)
Sophia Li (F.3L)
Winning Project – Gondola

3rd Place Award
Bernice Fong (F.2S)
Bertha Sheung (F.2S)
Winning Project – B^2SmartDRV

Emerson Award for Environmental Science (Junior Section)

Cherene Ngai (F.2S)
Annie Qin (F.2S)
Audrey Lee F.2S)
Winning Project – Caps Carbon Life

Emerson Award for Material Science (Senior Section)

Nicole Chan (F.5P)
Jenny Chen (F.5U)
Sally Wong  (F.5U)
Winning Project – The Effectiveness of Adsorption of Metal Ions and Oil by Agricultural Wastes

WECL Special Award (Senior Section)

Kate Liu (F.5S)
Karina Chung (F.5T)
Winning Project – Honey-based Artificial Skin

Research and Invention Category 
Biology and Health Category (Senior Section)

1st Place Award
Kate Liu (F.5S)
Karina Chung (F.5T)
Winning Project – Honey-based Artificial Skin

Chemistry and Materials Category (Senior Section)

1st Place Award
Nicole Chan (F.5P)
Jenny Chen (F.5U)
Sally Wong (F.5U)
Winning Project – The Effectiveness of Adsorption of Metal Ions and Oil by Agricultural Wastes

Chemistry and Materials Category (Junior Section)

3rd Place Award
Janice Lee (F.3S)
Charlotte Lau (F.3P)
Sophia Li (F.3L)
Winning Project – Fiber-Based Bioplastic from Waste

Energy and Environment Category (Junior Section)

Merit Award
Bertha Sheung (F.2S)
Fiona Chan (F.2S)
Noelle Sien (F.2S)
Winning Project – Benofi

Merit Award
Cherene Ngai (F.2S)
Annie Qin (F.2S)
Audrey Lee (F.2S)
Winning Project – Caps Carbon Life

Computer Science and Information Technology Category (Junior Section)

2nd Place Award
Elinor Cheung (F.3P)
Kaitlyn Chow (F.3P)
Winning Project – Laughter Catcher

Merit Award
Bernice Fong (F.2S)
Bertha Sheung (F.2S)
Winning Project – B^2SmartDRV

Creative Programming Category (Senior Section)

2nd Place Award
Jessie Kwong (F.4L)
Winning Project – COVID-19 Lantau Island Testing Guide

Intelligent Design (Junior Section)

3rd Place Award
Elinor Cheung (F.3P)
Kaitlyn Chow (F.3A)
Winning Project – RAINstation

Merit Award
Janice Chan (F.3S)
Sophia Li (F.3L)
Winning Project - Gondola


Congratulations to all winners!

73rd Hong Kong Schools Music Festival


The 73rd Hong Kong Schools Music Festival has finally come to an end. This year all performances were adjudicated by video recordings presented by candidates on Youtube links. Our students Noelle Sien (F.2S), Mickie Yu (F.3T) and Christy Chiu (F.3U) have obtained 1st Runners-up in Violin Solo - Grade Six, Flute Solo - Secondary School - Junior and Flute Solo - Secondary School - Senior respectively. On the other hand, Natalia Chan (F.1P) has got double thirds in Violin Concerto - Age 13 or under and Piano Concerto - Age 13 or under as well. Star Tsang (F.3S) has also received the third of the class: Cello solo - Intermediate. Congratulations to all winners. Hope to see you again next year.

2S

26

Noelle Sien

冼立言

N215

SECOND 93

Violin Solo - Grade Six

3T

32

Mickie Yu

余詠楠

N412

SECOND 87

Flute solo - Secondary School - Junior

3U

10

Christy Chiu

趙千淳

N410

SECOND 87

Flute Solo - Secondary School - Senior

1P

3

Natalia Chan

陳諾彤

N208

THIRD 84

Violin Concerto - Age 13 or under

1P

3

Natalia Chan

陳諾彤

N149

THIRD 90

Piano Concerto - Age 13 or under

3S

30

Star Tsang

曾凱泠

N228

THIRD 90

Cello solo- Intermediate


The GASCA Global Children’s and Youth Piano Competition & The 11th MF Music Competition 2021


Verena Chin of F.2U achieved outstanding results in music competitions, including the Outstanding Award in the GASCA Global Children’s and Youth Piano Competition (Secondary F.1 – F.3) and the Silver Award in the 11th MF Music Competition 2021 Piano (A7 Class) organized by MF Music & Art Promotion Association. Congratulations to Verena!


「2021年4.23世界閱讀日創作比賽」


由香港公共圖書館舉辦的「2021年4.23世界閱讀日創作比賽」,本校中二施班的葉芯諭同學榮獲初中中文組優勝獎。恭喜!


The 13th Art Ambassadors-in-School Scheme


Karan Kwok of F.4L was selected as the Art Ambassador of the 13th Art Ambassadors-in-School Scheme organised by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC). The Art Ambassadors-in-School Scheme is an arts promotion scheme for primary and secondary schools. Since its launch in 2008, the Arts Ambassadors have demonstrated their artistic talents and potentials while inviting others to partake in the fun of creating the arts, living out the cooperative spirit of ‘Live in Art, Thrive in Sharing’. Congratulations to Karan!


Innovate for Future


Innovate for Future (IFF) is an open competition of innovation & technology to inspire our young secondary schools and higher educational institutes/universities students in Hong Kong to build products to solve real life problems through ideas to prototype development. In this competition, students will demonstrate an innovative idea and build a product prototype to solve problems in the society.

Final Pitch cum Demo Day was held online on 17 April 2021. We were pleased to announce that Elinor Cheung (F.3P) and Kaitlyn Chow (F.3A) obtained the Champion of the Secondary School Stream. They were awarded with certificates and a cash prize of HKD10,000.

Congratulations!


Purple Comet! Math Meet 2021


Valerie Lui Tsz Hin (F.5S) and Erica Keung Yu Sing (F.5S) formed a team and participated in Purple Comet! Math Meet 2021 – High School. There are over 3000 teams from 54 countries or cities joining the contest. The team won the First Place in Hong Kong and was awarded the certificate of merit. Congratulations!


The Green Book: Nature and Me
The picture book contest “The Green Book: Nature and Me” was hosted by Department of English and Literature, Hong Kong Shue Yan University. The contest aims at using picture books to explore our relationship with plants, which plays a key role in our life and our earth. Participants were asked to write a story with characters and action then illustrate a picture book 12-24 pages with images and drawings.

We are pleased to announce that Natalie Leung from F.1L received the Champion Award (Junior Form Category). A prize presentation ceremony with proper public health measures were held on 25 March 2021 at the Hong Kong Shu Yan University. She was awarded with a $2000 Book coupon, certificate, and publication in the contest website.

Congratulations!

Jumpstarter IdeaPOP! 2021


Rachel Lin 5S, Camille Wong 5S, Sophie Ho 5T and Lydia Lam 5A formed a team and participated in Jumpstarter IdeaPOP! Hong Kong Student Startup Competition for Secondary School Students organized by Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund. Another team of Andrea Chan F.5S, Janice Chan F.5S, Sunnie Chan F.5T and Angel Chan F.3S also participated in the same activity. The competition is keen as many elite local schools participated in it. Our teams attended MIT HK Innovation Node Workshops, prepared the business plan, attended semi pitch (top 25 teams) and final pitch (top 8 teams). From October 2020 to March 2021, Professor Godwin Wong, Ms Carmen Fung, Ms Tammy Law, Mr Kell Ho and Mr T. K. Yam have offered advices to the team. Due to the outstanding performance in the presentation and Q&A sessions, Rachel’s team won the Best Presentation Award. Congratulations!

Final Pitch Videos:
https://www.jumpstarter.hk/en/secondary


2020 Qianhai Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao-Taiwan Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition


Rachel Lin Lok Ching (F.5S), Sophie Ho Yee Ching (F.5T) and Lydia Lam Lai Ting (F.5A) formed a team and participated in the 2020 Qianhai Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao-Taiwan Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition (Secondary School Section). Competition was keen and many teams came from various elite schools in the Big Bay Area. The campaign lasted from August 2020 to December 2020. Professor Godwin Wong (SPCS Professor in Residence), Ms Carmen Fung, Ms Tammy Law and Mr T. K. Yam acted as advisors to the students. Upon submission of their business plan, the team was selected as one of the finalists. On 30 December 2020, the team presented their work and attended a Q&A session. With their creative ideas, smooth presentation and outstanding responses to questions posed by the judge panel, the team won the Gold Award (Champion).

https://www.tkww.hk/a/202101/03/AP5ff118f7e4b060b72034f598.html


The AI Demo Day of #GIRLSINAIHK2021


To celebrate International Women’s Day on 8 March 2021, teensinai is running their annual global #GirlsInAI2021 Hackathon to inspire hundreds of girls and young people from underrepresented communities (LGBTQIA) aged 12-18 across the world into Artificial Intelligence.

The AI Demo Day of #GIRLSINAIHK2021 was held on 21 March 2021 virtually. We were pleased to announce that Kate Liu (F.5S), Erica Keung (F.5S) and Tvesha Sanjay Kumar (F.5L) obtained the Special Award on Outstanding Potential with their app Ecolife.

Congratulations!


The 10th French Speech Competition 2020


In November 2020, several students took part in the 10th Annual French Speech Competition organized by AFLE (The Association of French Teachers of Hong Kong and Macau) with 8 students winning prizes.

In Solo Poetry Speaking, Puneet Kaur of F.3P was the champion in the Form 3 section, with Shiori Fu of F.3A second. While in the Form 5 section, Valerie Lui of F.5S was second and Bindhiya Thiruvenkadam of F.5T was third. In Solo Prose Reading, Suyasha Narasipuram of F.5S was the winner in the Form 5 section and Tvesha Kumar of F.5L came second. In the Form 4 section, Manjori Sarkar of F.4A was the champion.

Finally, in the Form 3 section, SPCS students took the top 3 places with Shiori Fu of F.3A coming first, Puneet Kaur of F.3P second and Sursharan Kaur of F.3L third.

Congratulations to the prize winners and well done to all the competitors on their hard work!


2019/20 非華語學生中文寫作及才藝比賽


本校中三璐班Sandhu Gursharan Kaur 同學於才藝比賽中表現優異,榮獲詩詞朗誦 (中學組) 冠軍。恭喜!


Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (Division 1 Finals)
On 5th March, 2021, our senior debating team which comprises of Lauren Cooke from F.4A, Diana Gamboa from F.4L, and Suyasha Mohan from F.5S clinched the Championship in the finals of term one in the Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition. The debate of the enhanced format was held on Zoom and the motion was THW condition foreign aid on proper establishment of women’s rights. As the Opposition, our team presented eloquent arguments surrounding how conditionalizing foreign aid would restrict the development of women’s rights. The adjudicator offered the team valuable comments after what was deemed a very close debate. Congratulations!

HKICPA Accounting and Business Management Case Competition 2020-2021
Team A (Melody Fok of F.5A, Bella Kan of F.5A and Gigi Yip of F.5U) and Team B (Phoebe Chan of F.5S, Abbie Hui of F.5T and Lydia Lam of F.5A and Coco Shum of F.5L) joined the HKICPA Accounting and Business Management Case Competition 2020-2021. The teams conducted a research study about Tsit Wing International Holdings Limited (Stock code: 2119) and submitted a report analyzing the external and internal environments facing the company. They were also required to draft a business proposal containing suggestions to improve the wellbeing of the company. After several rounds of evaluation by the reviewers of the Organizer, our two teams were awarded with Certificate of Merit (top 10%). The competition was in fact very keen as it was said that a total of 569 teams with 1,860 students from 114 schools have joined the Competition. From October 2020 to February 2021, Professor Godwin Wong, Ms. Jenny Chua, Ms. Carmen Fung, Ms. Tammy Law, Mr. Henry Hg and Mr. T.K. Yam have offered advice and guidance to the students. As expected, the students found that participating in the Competition was invaluable to their learning and enhanced their knowledge in accounting and business management. Congratulations!

Grantham Scholarships Fund for Visual Arts Award 2020
Karan Kwok of F.4L was awarded “Grantham Scholarships Fund for Visual Arts 2020”. Unfortunately, the prize-giving ceremony was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic but the photo taking session and the delivery of the award was held on February 28th, 2021 at the Jockey Club Creative Arts Center. Established by the Grantham Scholarships Fund in 2017, the Grantham Scholarships Fund for Visual Arts aims to recognise the abilities and achievements of members of the youth in visual arts. Karan Kwok (F.4L) was awarded the scholarship in Junior group after attending the examination with a professional judging panel. In addition to HK$8000 scholarship, a certificate, and a trophy which Karan was awarded, her artwork was also exhibited on HKSEA online website for the public to appreciate. Congratulations!

Samsung Solve for Tomorrow 2020
Samsung gathers the creativity and enthusiasm for new technologies of young people around the world through the Solve for Tomorrow competition in its corporate citizenship program to solve local social problems. The competition encourages Hong Kong students to improve their knowledge in STREAM fields covering science, technology, inquiry, engineering, art, and mathematics, and cultivate an enthusiasm for caring for the community.

The 2020 Solve for Tomorrow competition takes “Imagination that creates a greener future” as the theme. Participants are encouraged to apply their knowledge in various STREAM fields and combine their observations and ideas on the social environment to create designs that can promote the sustainable development of Hong Kong which is an important step for Hong Kong to become a “smart green city”.

The award presentation ceremony was held on 27 February 2021 in HKCEC. We were pleased to announce that Elinor Cheung (F.3P) and Kaitlyn Chow (F.3A) obtained the 1st Runner-up. They were awarded with a trophy, certificates, $15,000 Samsung products and $20,000 cash prize.

The team of Audrey Lee (F.2S), Cherene Ngai (F.2S), Annie Qin (F.2S) and Audrey Seng (F.2S) has obtained the Merit Award. They were awarded with certificates, $5,000 Samsung products with their Environment Saving App – CAPS Carbon Life.

Congratulations!

「第十九屆全港中學中醫藥常識問答比賽」


由香港浸會大學所舉辦的第十九屆全港中學中醫藥常識問答比賽,分為初賽(筆試及口頭分析匯報)和決賽(網上試卷)。本校之參賽隊伍 (中五安陳曦、中五璐潘思澄、中五璐沈華清) 於2020年11月初賽中先獲得佳績,成功以總分排名前八的隊伍晉級決賽,再於2021年2月決賽中,憑深入析述中醫基礎理論及中醫診斷學,脫穎而出,喜獲亞軍獎盃(連書券2000元、獎金1500元、獎狀),恭喜得獎同學!


HKCC Business Excellence Contest
On 18 February 2021, Bernice Chan (F.4A), Daphne Li (F.4A), Kylie Ting (F.4A), Trini Yau (F.4A) and Nicole Lim (F.4L) participated in the HKCC Business Excellence Contest is an annual business competition organised by Hong Kong Community College of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU HKCC) for Secondary 4 to Secondary 6 students.

They analysed the business of a real corporation in Hong Kong and made use of their creativity and critical thinking skills to develop new service(s) with AI technology for this corporation to create a distinctive opportunity to move forward and achieve specific objectives. They obtained the Judges Commendation Award and will receive HK$1,000 book coupons and certificates for individual members.

Congratulations!

城市文學獎2020


由香港城市大學中文及歷史學系舉辦的城市文學獎2020於2021年2月6日舉行了網上頒獎典禮。本校中六安班胡珮嘉同學的作品《色彩》以疫情時期的新年為題材,剖析面對咫尺生死時人與人之間的關係,獲得中學新詩組亞軍。恭喜!


網「樂」安全比賽 (2020/21)


在2021年1月4日至1月31日,香港警務處網絡安全及科技罪案調查科(網罪科)聯同香港課外活動主任協會(HKEAMA) 舉辦網「樂」安全比賽2020/21。今屆口號為「網絡安全,由你做起」。這個活動主要透過問答比賽的形式,提升學生和市民對網絡安全的認識。中四雅班葉蔚霖同學憑著優秀的成績獲得銀獎;而中四雅班曾詠心同學、中四安班林傲瞳同學、中四璐班關嘉殷和林彥彤同學則獲得優異參與獎。恭喜!


Hong Kong Biology Literacy Award 2020-2021
The Hong Kong Biology Literacy Award 2020-2021 organized by the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education was held on 23 December 2020. Some of our F.5 and F.6 students attained good results in this competition. Clarice Yuen (F.6P) obtained First Class Honours. Natalie Fung (F.6P), Issa Tsang (F.6P), Jasmine Tang (F.5S) and Sharon Au-Yeung (F.5T) also received Second Class Honours. Congratulations!

72nd Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival adopted the video submission mode to replace the face-to-face competition. This year among all the entries (English and Chinese), we are happy that our school was awarded a total of 23 Champion places, 24 First Runners-up, and 17 Second Runners-up. Congratulations to all winners!

72ND HONG KONG SCHOOLS SPEECH (ENGLISH) FESTIVAL

CHAMPIONS

 

SOLO AND DUO ENTRIES

N196

Public Speaking Solo

6S

Chung Wai Yu Chelsea

N225

Dramatic Duologue 

5S

Kwok Cheuk Ying Serene

5T

Au Pui Wa Tara

U47

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

5L

Villanueva Roberta Kay Javalera

N224

Dramatic Duologue

4A

Chan Sum Yi Marissa

4U

Chu Pui Chi Angie

N224

Dramatic Duologue 

4U

Yam Ho Ching Deirdre

4U

Zhen Hoi Ching Leann

U43

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

3P

Kaur Puneet

U163

Solo Prose Reading - Non-Open 

3P

Kaur Puneet

U43

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

3L

Lam Wai Ki Audrey

K39

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

2T

Ng Sum Yu Cherie

E39

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

2T

Kwok Yan Wing Hannah

K37

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

1T

Wu Wing Tung Tiana

U36

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

1T

Kwan Nga Yiu Natalie

N223

Dramatic Duologue 

1P

Chan Cheuk Lam Jade

1U

Lo Clarice

U37

Solo Verse Speaking  - Non-Open 

1A

Szeto Cheuk Yan Chloe

1ST RUNNER-UP

SOLO AND DUO ENTRIES

N216

Solo Dramatic Performance

6S

Chung Wai Yu Chelsea

U165

Solo Prose Reading - Non-Open

5S

Wan Jasmine Chor Wing

N224

Dramatic Duologue

4U

Wong Cheuk Nam Charlotte

4U

Yau Chi Wan Joanne

N217

Solo Dramatic Performance 

3L

Villanueva Erika Marie Javalera

U39

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open

2S

Chan Wing Yan Dorothy

N193

Public Speaking Solo 

2S

Chan Wing Yan Dororthy

U215

Shakespeare Monologue - Non-Open

2S

Chan Wing Yan Dorothy

K38

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

2S

Choi Uen Yin Cherry

U40

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open

2T

So Hei Tung Diana

Y162

Solo Prose Reading - Non-Open 

2T

Chung Yan Chi Mavis

Y39

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

2T

Chung Yan Chi Mavis

U38

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

2U

Leung Tsz Yan Natalie

U36

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

1S

Yum Hei Yan Hilary

K36

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

1T

Chan Ying Ching Ginnie

N193

Public Speaking Solo 

1P

Kwok Sum Yan Kayley

2ND RUNNER-UP

SOLO AND DUO ENTRIES

N195

Public Speaking Solo 

5S

Narasipuram Suyasha Mohan

U46

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

4S

Tsang Ho Ying Cheryl

U40

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

2S

Cheung Nga Ching Audrey

U39

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open

2S

Fung Yik Suet Chloe

N193

Public Speaking Solo 

2T

Kwok Yan Wing Hannah

U39

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open

2U

Poon Nok Ching Angie

K37

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

1T

Chan Sum Kiu Merry

U35

Solo Verse Speaking - Non-Open 

1P

Lau Hau Yu Cassidy

N223

Dramatic Duologue 

1P

Kwok Sum Yan Kayley

1P

Tong Tin Wai Sharon

 

第七十二屆香港學校朗誦節(中文朗誦)

個人及二人項目:

名次

組別

得獎同學

 

冠軍

粵語詩詞獨誦

中六施

鍾瑋妤

冠軍

粵語散文獨誦

中六施

鍾瑋妤

冠軍

粵語詩詞獨誦

中四施

黃子殷

冠軍

粵語散文獨誦

中四保

吳芷瑩

冠軍

普通話散文獨誦

中三德

余詠楠

冠軍

粵語道教詩文獨誦

中一施

陳叡瑩

冠軍

普通話詩詞獨誦

中一德

陳映澄

冠軍

粵語散文獨誦

中一德

胡泳彤

冠軍

粵語二人朗誦

中五璐

潘思澄

中五璐

沈華清

亞軍

粵語散文獨誦

中四施

黃子殷

亞軍

普通話散文獨誦

中四施

黃子殷

亞軍

粵語詩詞獨誦

中四保

吳芷瑩

亞軍

粵語詩詞獨誦

中四安

林雅正

亞軍

普通話詩詞獨誦

中二施

蔡宛諺

亞軍

粵語散文獨誦

中二德

吳心予

亞軍

粵語散文獨誦

中一施

梁又嘉

亞軍

普通話散文獨誦

中一德

徐靖婷

亞軍

粵語二人朗誦

中三保

王海鑾

中三安

王漪楠

季軍

普通話散文獨誦

中四安

林雅正

季軍

普通話散文獨誦

中三施

李可欣

季軍

普通話詩詞獨誦

中三施

李可欣

季軍

普通話散文獨誦

中二施

蔡宛諺

季軍

粵語詩詞獨誦

中二施

朱舜欣

季軍

普通話散文獨誦

中二德

童話

季軍

粵語二人朗誦

中四德

顏安廷

中四德

施曉嵐

季軍

粵語二人朗誦

中二璐

黃凱瞳

中二璐

張依洛

 

 


2020 Wan Chai Outstanding Youth Award
Jasmine Wan of F.5S, Sharon Lai and Ashley Chow of F.5T were selected by the Wan Chai District Youth Programme Committee as the winners of the 2020 Wan Chai Outstanding Youth Award (Secondary School Section). They were presented certificates and book vouchers in the recognition of their special talents, strong leadership and outstanding academic performance. Congratulations!

Korea Science & Engineering Fair International 2020


Korea Science & Engineering Fair International 2020 organized by the Korea Science Service was successfully held online from 12 to 13 December 2020. Hong Kong students competed with 201 overseas teams from 14 countries/regions in the competition and the result was released on 21 December 2020. Alice Chau (F.6P), Stephanie Cheng (F.6P) and Nicole Choi (F.6P) obtained Bronze Award in the category of Environmental Science with their project “Synthesis of Nanoparticles for Nitrite and Nitrate Decomposition in Wastewater”. They were presented certificates.


Inter-School Online Intellectual Property Quiz Contest 2020


To further enhance the knowledge and understanding of intellectual property (IP) rights among primary and secondary school students, the Intellectual Property Department (IPD) organised the “Inter-School Online Intellectual Property Quiz Contest 2020 - IP Detective Class” from 28 September 2020 to 15 November 2020. Renee Cheung of F.2T obtained the Merit Award. Congratulations!


Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (Division 1 Round 2)


On 18th December, 2020, our junior debating team members comprising Kate Lee from F.3A, Evana Or from F.2A and Gladys Lau from F.1T won the debate on the motion THW return national treasures to their country of origin. The debate on Zoom was of the enhanced format. On the opposition side, the team presented solid and convincing arguments, effective rebuttals, and strong cohesion. The students gained constructive feedback from the adjudicator and reaped from their first public debating experience. Congratulations!


The Hong Kong Pandemic Innovative Digital Solution Awards 2020
The Hong Kong Pandemic Innovative Digital Solution Awards (PIDSA) is organized by the Hong Kong Computer Society (HKCS) and supported by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO), the Government of the HKSAR and other professional industry bodies. It aims at recognizing and promoting outstanding information technology innovation, solutions, products and applications that help the community to prevent, fight and overcome the COVID-19 outbreak. Winners of the awards will be entitled to receive the trophy of PIDSA2020 and to be considered for nomination for entering into other international awards. The award presentation ceremony of PIDSA2020 was held online on 18 December 2020. We were pleased to announce that Elinor Cheung (F.3P) and Kaitlyn Chow (F.3A) obtained the Outstanding Student Award. Congratulations!

Silicon Valley Innovation Challenge
Silicon Valley Innovation Challenge (SVIC) began in 2004, is an annual business ideas competition at the Silicon Valley Centers for Entrepreneurship. Their mission is to cultivate entrepreneurs at San Jose State University and provide the guidance to enable students to take their innovative business ideas to the next level. Winners of the competition receive cash awards to further advance their innovations, but all participants receive mentorship and networking opportunities from SJSU faculty, industry professionals, and proven entrepreneurs who are eager to support students throughout the entire design process. Andrea Chan (F.5S), Janice Chan (F.5S) and Sunnie Chan (F.5T) with their project ADHDreamer was selected to represent Hong Kong to enter the competition which was held in Silicon Valley on 1 December 2020. After a few rounds of judging, the team got Best Overall Innovation #2 Award (i.e. 1st Runner-up) and Best Healthcare Innovation Award. Congratulations!

The 33rd Peace Poster Contest


The 33rd Peace Poster Contest organised by the Lions Club was successfully held in November. It aims at encouraging young people worldwide to share their vision of peace. The theme of this year was “Peace Through Service”. A total of 15 Paulinians from Forms 1 and 2 participated in this meaningful event. Their posters were creative and vibrant, effectively depicting world peace. Catherine Fan of F.2P came first in the Hong Kong and Macau region. Her poster was then judged at the international level and chosen as one of the merit award winners. The posters were also reviewed by our visual arts teachers and the school winners were Mavis Chung of F.2T, Catherine Fan of F.2P and Ginnie Chan of F.1T. Congratulations to the winners!


CUHK Jockey Club AI for the Future Project: Secondary School Think and Create Competition 2020
The competition is co-organized by Faculty of Engineering of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Faculty of Education of CUHK and SenseTime Group Limited; funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust.

Under the theme of "Think and Create," the Competition aims to enlighten students to untangle difficulties in daily life with AI technologies.

The results of the competition were announced on 27 November 2020. Among the participation of 54 teams from 29 secondary schools, Elinor Cheung (F3P) and Kaitlyn Chow (F3A) obtained the Best AI Award (i.e. Championship). They were awarded with a trophy, certificates, a prize of HKD10,000 and HKD2,000 project development fund. Congratulations!

Gerontech Youth Challenge 2019


Gerontech Youth Challenge 2019 was jointly held by the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD) and the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS) to encourage youngers to use their creativity and knowledge in the technology and electrical and mechanical fields to come up with ideas on products that are friendly to the elderly in community care, institutional care and home care. The theme of this year is "Sharing Gerontechnology with the elderly to foster harmony between the elderly and the young."

The results of the challenge were announced on 21 November 2020. We are pleased to announce that among 72 teams from 43 schools, Belle Ngan (F5S) and Danielle Hau (F4S) obtained the Merit Award with their project WheelConnect. Congratulations!


Mediation Essay Competition 2020


We are delighted to announce that Nicole Choi of F.6P was awarded the 2nd Runner-up of the Senior Division of the Mediation Essay Competition 2020 co-organised by the Department of Justice, Education Bureau, Rotary International District 3450 and Asia Conflict Resolution Institute. The competition aims to raise awareness on the use of mediation as an amicable means to resolve conflicts and promote it as life skills. The Prize Presentation Ceremony was held on 21 November 2020 and Nicole received the award from Hong Kong’s Secretary for Justice, Ms Teresa Cheng. There was also a sharing session by the winning students of the competition in which Nicole shared about her essay and her views on resolving conflicts. Congratulations!


HSBC SMART Community Hackathon 2020
HSBC Smart Community Hackathon is a STEM competition for all talented secondary students in Hong Kong organized by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS). This year, the key themes are "Future Skills" and "Health." The competition encourages all secondary school students to ignite their creativity on innovative technology and integrate their ideas into the community for enhancing employment related skills or improving the public's mental health, establishing a caring and harmonious social network. Shortlisted teams were awarded funding to improve their projects and exhibited the upgraded projects at the Gerontech and Innovation Expo cum Summit (GIES).

Three teams of EITP class students were shortlisted and the results were announced on 19 November 2020 – Belle Ngan (F5S) and Danielle Hau (F4S) got the Online – My Favourite STEM Project Award; Elinor Cheung (F3P) and Kaitlyn Chow (F3A) also got the Online – My Favourite STEM Project Award; while Janice Chan (F5S), Andrea Chan (F5S) and Sunnie Chan (F5T) got Merit Award. Congratulations to all winners!

The 12th Art Ambassadors-in-School Scheme


Venus Chow of F.6A was selected as the Art Ambassador of the 12th Art Ambassadors-in-School Scheme organised by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC). The Art Ambassadors-in-School Scheme is an arts promotion scheme for primary and secondary schools. Since its launch in 2008, the Arts Ambassadors have demonstrated their artistic talents and potentials while inviting others to partake in the fun of creating the arts, living out the cooperative spirit of ‘Live in Art, Thrive in Sharing’. Congratulations to Venus!


Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (Division 1 Round 2)


On 11th November, 2020, our senior debating team members comprising Angela Chan from F.4S, Agatha Tsang from F.4S and Suyasha Mohan from F.5S clinched the debate on the challenging motion THW return national treasures to their country of origin. The debate followed the enhanced format and was conducted on Zoom. On the proposition side, our team presented strong arguments on how returning national treasures to their country of origin can open up cultural dialogues. It was a close debate in which the students demonstrated a high calibre to unpack and rebut the opposition’s arguments, and were glad to have obtained tremendously valuable feedback from the adjudicator and learned from the opposing team which performed just as well. Congratulations!


International Science and Invention Fair (ISIF) 2020
International Science and Invention Fair (ISIF) 2020, organised by Indonesian Young Scientist Association (IYSA), Indonesia International Institute for Life Sciences (i3L) and the ISIF Organizing Committee, was successfully held online from 6 to 10 November, 2020. The fair brought together 400 science team projects from 30 countries where students could share their scientific research through their virtual booths. Being one of the Hong Kong delegate teams, Alice Chau (F.6P), Gigi Cheng (F.6P), Stephanie Cheng (F.6P), Nicole Choi (F.6P) and Selina Wu (F.6P) obtained Gold Award in the category of Environmental Science with their project “Synthesis of Nanoparticles for Nitrite and Nitrate Decomposition in Wastewater”. They were presented medals and certificates. Congratulations!

Hong Kong Secondary School Health Exhibition Presentation Competition 2020
The Hong Kong Secondary School Health Exhibition Presentation Competition organized by the Chinese University of Hong Kong aims to enhance citizen’s awareness in various diseases. The central theme of this year is psychiatry disorders. The Grand Finals of this competition was held on 9 November 2020. We are pleased to announce that Alvina Chan, Abby Lau, Ellie Law, Kristy Li, Jennifer Tsim and Carey Yue of F.6S have attained the second runner-up with their project “Depression: The Differences between Children and Adults”. They were awarded a trophy, certificates and a cash prize of $1000. Congratulations!

Hong Kong ICT AWARDS 2020 - Student Innovation Award
The Hong Kong ICT Awards aims at recognizing and promoting outstanding information and communications technology (ICT) inventions and applications, thereby encouraging innovation and excellence among Hong Kong's ICT talent and enterprises in their constant pursuit of creative and better solutions to meet business and social needs. The Hong Kong ICT Awards was established in 2006 with the collaborative efforts of the industry, academia and the Government. Steered by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, and organized by Hong Kong ICT industry associations and professional bodies, the Awards aims at building a locally espoused and internationally acclaimed brand of ICT awards.

Student Innovation Award category aims at encouraging ICT innovation by students, with a view to promoting students' interest and creativity in ICT innovation. Secondary School Stream specially aims to encourage the students in using their creative ideas and imagination on how to use technologies to build a better world for the next generation.

The results of the Awards were announced on 7 November 2020. Elinor Cheung (F3P), Kaitlyn Chow (F3A) and Joyce Yu (F3A) got the Bronze Award. Congratulations!

The International Mathematical Olympiad Final Selection Contest 2020


The International Mathematical Olympiad Final Selection Contest 2020 organized by the Hong Kong Mathematical Olympiad Association was successfully held in 2020. Heidi Ng of F.3S received the Third Class Award. Congratulations!


ST Yau High School Science Award (Asia)
ST Yau High School Science Award (Asia) is research-based competition organized by the Hong Kong Young Academy for Sciences. The oral defense was held on 24 October, 2020 via Zoom. F.5S Jasmine Tang and F.5P Zita Zhang obtained the Honourable Mention in the category of Chemistry with their project “Nano Shield”. Congratulations!

第五屆“Your Choice”納米電影創作比賽
由香港青少年發展聯會舉辦的第五屆“Your Choice”納米電影創作比賽於2020年10月24日舉行了網上頒獎典禮。本校中五施班陳皓欣同學、中五德班陳樂晴同學及中五安班胡曉琳同學以作品《還能回去嗎?》獲提名最佳納米電影、最佳編劇、最佳攝影及最佳剪接獎。影片以人物訪談的方式表達對吸毒行為的懊悔,藉以傳遞毒品禍害的訊息。作品最終獲得中學組優異獎。恭喜!

Python Application Challenge
Emily Chiu (F. 5P) and Kate Liu (F. 5S) joined the Python Application Challenge, organized by the Y.W.C.A. Hioe Tjo Yeong College and Winstars Enterprise HK limited with the Hong Kong Association for Computer Education in August 2020. After attending two online training workshops on zoom, which were held by the organizers, the students have built a robotic car which is able to perform multiple self-driving patterns. The competition was held on 18 October 2020 at the Y.W.C.A. Hioe Tjo Yeong College, and the team obtained the 1st Class Award. Congratulations!

Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition is an opportunity for young Commonwealth citizens to share their thoughts, ideas and experiences on key global issues and have their hard work and achievement celebrated internationally. We are very pleased to announce that Ankie Leung of F.1T (19/20) and Kaitlyn Chow of F.2A (19/20) have won the Silver Award and the Bronze Award respectively in the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020 held on 30 June 2020. The certificate was successfully delivered on 9 October 2020. Congratulations!

「2019-2020中國中學生作文大賽」


由香港中華文化促進中心舉辦的「2019-2020中國中學生作文大賽」,本校中四雅班的陳嘉欣及袁清蘭同學榮獲香港賽區的金獎及銀獎,並同時榮獲全國賽區的三等獎。恭喜!


Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (Division 1 Round 1)


Our senior debating team members—Serene Kwok from F.5S, Lauren Cooke from F.4A, and Diana Gamboa from F.4L—earned laurels with their win in the Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (Division 1 Round 1) conducted on Zoom following the enhanced format on 30th September, 2020, and Diana was named the best speaker. The team on the opposition debated on the motion THW pay interns the minimum wage. Succeeding the victory of the senior team and debating on the same motion on the affirmative side in the said competition, our junior debating team comprising Cheryl Chan from F.3T, Valerie Chan from F.3T and Yashica Vijayakumar from F.3A won the debate on 5th October, 2020 with excellent delivery and compelling arguments. Valerie was awarded the best speaker. Congratulations to both teams!


American Culture Writing Contest 2020


The American Culture Writing Contest is an English Writing competition organized by the U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong and Macau. The goal of the competition is to enhance students’ cultural awareness, encourage cross-cultural understanding, and promote interest in English writing among students. On 22 September, an online award ceremony was held to celebrate the winners and participating schools. In the Junior division, Angela Chan of F.4S was awarded the Second runner-up, Ellie Tsang of F.4T, Yanni Leung of F.4T, Charlene Chan of F.3A, Jessie Cheung of F.3U and Ankie Leung of F.2T were awarded Honorable Mentions. Congratulations to all the winners!


22nd Hong Kong Youth Science & Technology Innovation Competition - Special Awards
Results of the special awards of the 22nd Hong Kong Youth Science & Technology Innovation Competition were announced on 12 September 2020. Andrea Chan (F.5S), Janice Chan (F.5S) and Sunnie Chan (F.5T) obtained the WECL Special Award on Biology and Health (Senior Secondary). Jasmine Tang (F.5S) and Zita Zhang (F.5P) obtained the Emerson Special Award on Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Environmental Sciences and Material Sciences (Senior Secondary). Elinor Cheung (F.3P), Kaitlyn Chow (F.3A) and Joyce Yu (F.3A) obtained the Emerson Special Award on Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Environmental Sciences and Material Sciences (Junior Secondary). Each of the above three teams was awarded with trophies, certificates and cash prize. Congratulations to all winners!

SCMP Student of the Year Awards 2019/20
The final results for SCMP Student of the Year Awards 2019/20 were finally released on 25 August 2020. We are very pleased to announce that for the 39th Student of the Year Competition 2019/20, organized by the South China Morning Post, with the support of sole sponsor the Hong Kong Jockey Club and the Education Bureau, Vanessa Yu of F.6P was the winner in the Scientist and Mathematician category. In addition, Jenny Lee of F.5S, Chloe Sit of F.5T and Zita Ng of F.4S were shortlisted for the Grand Prize, Linguist (English) and Performing Artist categories respectively. Congratulations!

2019 Wan Chai Outstanding Youth Award
Jenny Lee of F.5S and Karen Lui of F.5P were selected by the Wan Chai District Youth Programme Committee as the winners of the 2019 Wan Chai Outstanding Youth Award (Secondary School Section). They were judged on their special talents, strong leadership and outstanding academic performance. Congratulations!

Wharf Hong Kong Secondary School Art Competition
We are delighted to announce that Athena Lee (F.6L) has been shortlisted and awarded for a third consecutive year in the Wharf Hong Kong Secondary School Art Competition (Wharf Art Competition). This year she is awarded Merit in the Wharf Art Competition 2019-2020. Due to her outstanding performances in both the competition and the interview, the panel of adjudicators are glad to award her a scholarship under The Wharf Art Scholarship Scheme 2019-20 on behalf of Wharf Real Estate Investment Company Limited. The scholarship will cover the full amount of her tuition fee for the Bachelor of Arts undergraduate course in the U.K. which she has enrolled in. Congratulations!

Dragon Apprentice 2020 Entrepreneur Competition
Rachel Lin (F.4A), Kitty Wong (F.4P) and Lydia Lam (F.4P) joined the Dragon Apprentice 2020 Entrepreneur Competition organized by JCI Dragon in August 2020. After attending two training workshops held by the Organizer, the team prepared their business plan with the support of Professor Wong, Ms Carmen Fung, Ms Valerie Leung and Mr T. K. Yam. At the same time, the team also prepared a video to explain their business proposal. On 16 August 2020, they presented their work and attended the Q&A session. With their innovative ideas, outstanding presentation and smooth response during the Q&A session, they obtained Champion.

Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2020
The final judging cum award presentation ceremony of the Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2020 jointly organised by The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, the Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Science Museum, and sponsored by the Innovation and Technology Commission as well as Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation was successfully held on 16 August 2020. In the Senior Investigation Division, Alice Chau (F.5P), Gigi Cheng (F.5P), Stephanie Cheng (F.5P), Nicole Choi (F.5P) and Selina Wu (F.5P) obtained the 1st runner-up with their project “Synthesis of Nanoparticles for Nitrite and Nitrate Decomposition in Wastewater”. They will be presented a trophy. Moreover, in the Scientific Wallchart Division, Starry Chow (F.5S) and Kira Lee (F.5S) won the First Prize. All the above winners will be awarded certificates and book coupons. Congratulations!

InnoMind Competition 2019-2020
With the support of Professor Godwin Wong, Ms Carmen Fung, Ms Valerie Leung and Mr T. K. Yam, our Form 4 students Rachel Lin (4A), Kitty Wong (4P) and Lydia Lam (4P) joined the 2019-2020 InnoMind Competition organized by Young Entrepreneurs Development Council. After submitting a business plan and an introductory video, the team was selected as one of the 10 finalists. On 8 August 2020, they attended the Zoom Final Competition, they presented their work and attended the Q&A session. Due to their innovative ideas, outstanding presentation and smooth response during the Q&A session, they got the Best Entrepreneurship Award. Congratulations!

Imagine Cup Junior Challenge 2020
The Imagine Cup Junior 2020 - AI for Good Challenge is a global competition organized by Microsoft. The challenge is designed to empower students to learn about AI and other technologies, and apply them to address one of the initiatives: AI for Accessibility, Earth, Cultural Heritage, and Humanitarian Action. The results are announced on 31 July 2020 by Mr. Anthony Salcito, Vice President of Education at Microsoft. Kaitlyn Chow (F2A), Elinor Cheung (F2S), Lorrine Sum (F2S) and Joyce Yu (F2T) have been selected as a winner in the challenge for Asia. They are awarded with a few Surface Go 2 and winner's trophies. Congratulations!

Code2App Challenge 2020
The results of the "Code2App Challenge 2020: Wellness Power-up" organized by HKUST-Lee Kum Kee Happy Family Learning Center and HKedCity was announced on 28 July 2020. Kaitlyn Chow (F2A), Elinor Cheung (F2S) and Lorrine Sum (F2S) got the Championship of the secondary school section while Emily Chiu (F4U), Louisa Law (F4U) and Sally Ng (F4U) obtained the Merit award. Congratulations!

The Ocean Park STEAM Student Competition 2020
The Ocean Park STEAM Student Competition 2020 is aimed to encouraging students to apply and integrate STEAM knowledge and related skills to propose innovative animal conservation solutions and design an environmental enrichment for animals in Ocean Park. The final round of presentation was held on 4 Jul 2020. Ashley Hui and Sharon Cheng of F.5U, Angie Man and Venus Chow of F.5A and Ally Leung of F.5L has won the 1st runner-up of the Ambassador Scheme of the competition with their environmental enrichment model of “Burrow Ground” for the meerkats. Congratulations!

The BTEC Awards 2020 Ceremony
The BTEC Awards 2020 Ceremony was held on 25 June 2020. Karen Lui of F.5P received the Silver Award for BTEC Sport Learner of the Year 2020. Congratulations!

22nd Hong Kong Youth Science & Technology Innovation Competition

Our students won multiple awards in six different sections in the “22nd Hong Kong Youth Science & Technology Innovation Competition (HKYSTIC)” organized by the Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association (HKNGCA), held in June 2020. The awardees were:

Research and Invention Category 
Chemistry and Materials Category (Senior Section)
1st Place Award –
Emerson Award for Material Science ASM Materials Education Foundation Most Outstanding Exhibit in Material Science
4S Phoebe Suen, 4S Jasmine Tang and 4T Zita Zhang
Winning Project – NanoShield

Biology and Health Category (Senior Section)
2nd Place Award –
4S Sunnie Chan, 4S Janice Chan and 4A Andrea Chan
Winning project – ADHDreamer

Biology and Health Category (Junior Section)
3rd Place Award –
2S Elinor Cheung, 2S Lorrine Sum and 2A Kaitlyn Chow
Winning project – 快樂鳥

Chemistry and Materials Category (Senior Section)
Merit Award –
5P Gigi Cheng, 5P Nicole Choi and 5P Selina Wu
Winning Project – Synthesis of Nanoparticles for Nitrite and Nitrate Decomposition in Wastewater

Chemistry and Materials Category (Senior Section)
Merit Award –
4S Abigail Chua, 4S Tiffany Sin and 4S Stephanie Sin
Winning Project – New Generation of 24 Flavours Herbal Tea

Chemistry and Materials Category (Junior Section)
Merit Award –
3S Crispina Chan, 3S Angela Chan and 3U Rachel Lam
Winning Project – LED Lamp powered by microalgae

Energy and Environmental Category (Senior Section)
Merit Award –
5S Jojo Lai, 5S Jenny Lee and 5T Anson To
Winning project – susTRAINability

Energy and Environmental Category (Senior Section)
Merit Award –
5S Eva Cheung, 5S Ingrid Li and 5S Carey Yue
Winning project – Sodium Alginate Beads: An efficient and sustainable solution for removal of copper (II) ion from aqueous solutions

Energy and Environment Category (Junior Secondary Section)
2nd Class award –
2S Elinor Cheung, 2T Joyce Yu and 2A Kaitlyn Chow
Winning project – ‘tRAINstation’ is a rainwater harvesting power generation system to promote the concept of smart city

Computer Science and Information Technology Category (Senior Section)
Merit Award –
6S Cindy Yeung, 6T Moreen Ho, and 6U Annalise Tsang
Winning project – Sirius

Mathematics, Physics and Engineering Category (Senior Section)
Merit Award –
4S Sunnie Chan, 4S Janice Chan and 4A Andrea Chan
Winning project – GRIPtech

Science Fiction Drawing
2nd Place Award –
2S Cheri Cheng
Winning project – Irreplaceable Human Beings

3rd Place Award
1P Catherine Fan
Winning project – Mindshift

Merit Award –
2S Charlotte Lau
Winning project – Future City
2T Vanessa Chan
Winning project – Rich and Poor in 2095

 


Cisco Innovation Challenge


The results of the "Cisco Innovation Challenge" organised by Cisco was announced on 1 June 2020. Natalie Chow (F5U), Eunice Lai (F5U) and Jasmine Kwong (F5P) received Merit Award and Creativity Award with their project “PV Bus”. Congratulations!


Artlyst Art to Poetry Award 2020


Artlyst Art to Poetry Award 2020 is an international award organized by Artlyst in association with The Poetry Society for poetry based on works of art. Nicole Choi of F.5P took part in the youth competition and her poem ‘Corpses and Carcinogens’ was published on Young Poets Network and Artlyst. Congratulations


‘The Speaker’ English Public Speaking Contest 2020


‘The Speaker’ English Public Speaking Contest is an English public speaking contest organized by RTHK. It seeks to promote the art of public speaking for today’s youth. Contestants need to demonstrate their skills in impromptu speaking, speaking in front of a camera, and in front of a crowd. This year, Chloe Sit of F.5T was awarded the First Runner Up award. Congratulations!


Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education


The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education (HKAGE) is a non-governmental organization committed to leading and promoting gifted education. It offers exclusive learning and development opportunities to gifted students aged 10 to 18 in Hong Kong. Dawn Chow of F.3P is nominated by the school and admitted as a student member of the HKAGE. Congratulations!


Hong Kong Young Writers Award


The Hong Kong Young Writers Award (HKYWA) is an annual English Writing competition where students compete in various categories such as Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry, and Cover Art. In the Junior category, Jessie Cheung of F.2U is a winner for Fiction. In the Senior category, Jasmine Wan of F.4A, Nicole Choi of F.5P, and Natalie Fung of F.5P were the winners in Fiction, Poetry, and Fiction (Highly Commended) respectively. Congratulations to all the winners!


The 2nd Hong Kong Chinese & English Essay Writing Competition – Love is All Around


The 2nd Hong Kong Chinese & English Essay Writing Competition is a writing competition organized by the Hong Kong Federation of Journalists. The contest tasks students with writing a response to The Last Knit, a 6-minute-online animation from acclaimed Finnish director Laura Neuvonen. In the Secondary and Public Division, Nicole Choi of F.5P was declared as a Winner. Congratulations!


WYNG Philomathia Student Essay Competition


The WYNG Philomathia Student Essay Contest is organized through a joint effort between WYNG Foundation, the Philomathia Foundation, the University of Cambridge’s Trinity Hall, and the HK Association of Career Masters and Guidance Masters. The competition requires students to submit short English essays based on themed works of WMA award winners and finalists. Jasmine Wan of F.4A and Louisa Law of F.4U were both winners in this competition. Congratulations to you both!


Caritas - Hong Kong 2019 Fund Raising Campaign Closing Ceremony


The Caritas Hong Kong 2019 Fund Raising Campaign Closing Ceremony was held in May, 2020. Our school was awarded the Champion in the sale of raffle tickets in Secondary School Section. The generosity and active participation of our Principal, staff members and Paulinians contributed to the success of this event.

We hope that all Paulinians can continue to show their love and care to the needy through generous giving.


HKU Life Story Prize 2020


The University of Hong Kong Life Story Prize 2020 is an English Writing competition organized by The University of Hong Kong Academy for the Talented and HKU Guild. Agatha Tsang of F.3S and Cheung Si Ya Elinor of F.2S were both winners in Category A (Secondary 1-3). Andrea Chan of F.4A was one of the winners in Category B (Secondary 4-6). Congratulations to you all!


Samsung Solve for Tomorrow 2019
The online prize presentation ceremony of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow 2019 Competition, organized by Samsung Hong Kong, was held on 28 May 2020. Emily Chui (F4U), Sally Ng (F4U), Erica Keung (F4A) and Tvesha Sanjay Kumar (F4A) received the Merit Award. They were presented certificates and $5,000 Samsung products. Congratulations to all the winners.

The 32nd Peace Poster Contest


The 32nd Peace Poster Contest organized by the Lions Clubs International aimed to encourage young people worldwide to share their vision of peace, love and understanding. The theme of this year was “Journey of Peace”. About 20 F.1 and F.2 students participated in this meaningful event. Their posters were creative and vibrant. Bonnie Hui of 2P came first in the Hong Kong and Macau region. Her poster will be judged in the international contest. Several students also received merit awards.


Magazines International Young Writers Award 2020 English writing competition


Sofia Lam of F.1P was 2nd Runner-up in the Magazines International Young Writers Award 2020 English writing competition. Horae Ngan of F.3S and Dorothy Chan of F.1S also each won a place in the Top 50. Congratulations to all winners!


Greater Bay Area STEM Excellence Awards
Enriched IT Class students clinched 11 awards in the “Greater Bay Area STEM Excellence Awards”, organized by the Hong Kong New Emerging Technology Education Association (HKNETEA), held in May 2020.
The awardees were:

Artificial Intelligence Stream (Senior Section)
- Gold Award – 5T Anson To, 5S Jojo Lai and 5P Natalie Fung
- Bronze Award – 6L Annalise Tsang, 6S Cindy Yeung, 6T Maria Guzman and 6T Moreen Ho

Artificial Intelligence Stream (Junior Section)
- Gold Award – 2S Elinor Cheung, 2T Joyce Yu, 2A Kaitlyn Chow and 2S Lorrine Sum
- Bronze Award – 2S Elinor Cheung, 2T Joyce Yu, 2A Kaitlyn Chow and 2S Lorrine Sum

Robotics Stream (Senior Section)
- Gold Award – 4A Andrea Chan, 4S Janice Chan and 4S Sunnie Chan

Robotics Stream (Junior Section)
- Gold Award – 2S Janice Lee, 2S Samantha Lam and 2T Sophia Li

ICT Stream (Senior Section)
- Merit Award – 5T Anson To, 5S Jenny Lee, 5S Jojo Lai and 5P Natalie Fung
- Merit Award – 4A Andrea Chan, 4S Janice Chan and 4S Sunnie Chan – Project 1
- Merit Award – 4A Andrea Chan, 4S Janice Chan and 4S Sunnie Chan – Project 2
- Merit Award – Andrea Chan, Janice Chan and Sunnie Chan – Project 3
- Merit Award – 4T Jenny Jiang and 4S Zoelle Suo

ICT Stream (Junior Section)
- Merit Award – 3U Catherine Chan, 3L Clarissa Lam, 3P Geneva Chan and 3U Kelsey Lam

Congratulations to the winners!

Coding Galaxy: Computational Thinking Challenge
The results of the "Coding Galaxy: Computational Thinking Challenge" organised by NetDragon was announced on 19 May 2020. Charmayne Kam (F2P), Audrey Lam (F2P), Megan Lam (F2A), Justina Yip (F3A) and Kelsey Lam (F3U) received the Best Personal Computational Thinking Awards for the secondary school section. Our school also received the Best Participation Award. Congratulations

Hong Kong Specimen Drawing Competition 2019
The Hong Kong Specimen Drawing Competition 2019 organized by the Royal Society of Biology (Hong Kong Branch) aims to cultivate students’ interest in biological drawings and instil a respect for the wonders of life and living things. In the senior category, Charlotte Chan of F.4A attained the Highly Commended Award and Grace Lou of F.5T attained the Merit Award. Congratulations!

The A.S. Watson Group HK Student Sports Award
The A.S. Watson Group HK Student Sports Award aims to encourage young students to continue to participate fully in sports activities and strive for further excellence. Kristie Chou of F.6S received the A.S. Watson Group HK Student Sports Award 2019-2020 for her remarkable performance in athletics events. Congratulations!

Future Engineer Grand Challenge
F.2 teams of EITP class students got three awards in the junior section of the “Future Engineer Grand Challenge", organized by the Hong Kong STEM Education Alliance, held in April 2020. The 1st Class Award winning team members are 2S Elinor Cheung, 2T Joyce Yu, 2A Kaitlyn Chow and 2S Lorrine Sum in F.2. Their winning project is “Laughter Catcher”. The same team won the 3rd Class Award with another project, “RAINstation”. Another F.2 team with 2S Janice Lee, 2S Samantha Lam and 2T Sophia Li won the Merit Award with their project “Gondola”. Congratulations to all winners!

The HKICPA Accounting and Business Management Case Competition (Level 2) 2019-20
The HKICPA Accounting and Business Management Case Competition (Level 2) 2019-20 organized by the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants was held in April 2020. All contestants have undergone a 2-day training session offered by the HKICPA. Two groups of our senior form students joined the competition. With the support of Professor Godwin Wong, Ms C. Fung, Ms. V. Leung, Mr T. K. Yam and Mr H. Ng, both teams received good results. The Form 5 team received the Merit Award and the team members are Lily Liang of F.5L (leader), Nydia Lee and Natalie Fung of F.5P. The Form 4 team received the Proficiency Award and the team members are Camille Wong (leader), Rachel Lin and Kate Liu of F.4A, Kitty Wong of F.4P and Jasmine Tang of F.4S. Congratulations to all winners!

‘Creativity all round 2020 Happy Family Letter to Mom and Dad Writing / Greeting Card Competition 2020


We are very pleased to announce that Nafha Sabeer of class 2A has won the Champion Award for ‘Creativity all round 2020 Happy Family Letter to Mom and Dad Writing / Greeting Card Competition 2020’ held in March 2020. Organized by Pan Lloyds and Jump Start, the competition this year aimed at encouraging students to express their thoughts and feelings to their family members. It also provides a special opportunity for parents to better understand their children so that family happiness and harmony can be promoted in our community. Once again we congratulate our champion award winner Nafha Sabeer on a job well done!!


OSH Comics Competition for Work Stress Management 2019-2020
Co-organized by OSHC Information and Communications Safety and Health Committee and Sedentary and Professional Services Safety and Health Committee, OSH Comics Competition for Work Stress Management 2019-20 aims to disseminate the OSH messages to students and the public through creating comics. The results of the contest was announced on 10 March 2020. Seven Paulinians got awards in the contest - Bonnie Hui (F2P) got 1st Runner-up, Natalie Chow (F5U) got 2nd Runner-up, Cattleya Lai (F2T), Sophia Li (F2T), Hayley Cheung (F2P), Nicole Mok (F2U) and Agnes Lam (F3A) got Merit Awards. Congratulations to all winners.

The 56th Hong Kong Schools Dance Festival (2019-2020)
The 56th Hong Kong Schools Dance Festival (2019-2020), jointly organized by the Hong Kong Schools Dance Association Limited and the Hong Kong Education Bureau, is an annual inter-school competition that aims to promote dance activities in Hong Kong. Due to the containment of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection, nine out of our eleven entries of the competition have been cancelled. Our school’s only two entries this year for the Modern dance team achieved Honours and Choreography Awards. Congratulations on their well-deserved success!

Pearson Qualification High Achievers Award 2019

The results of Edexcel High Achievers Award 2019 were released in January 2020. We are proud to announce that 12 Paulinains attained exceptionally high achievement in the in the Edexcel (Pearson) 2019 examinations. They obtained the highest marks in Hong Kong, Asia and the world in their specific subjects listed. Besides, 3 Paulinians received BTEC awards due to their outstanding performance in respective subjects. Congratulations to all awardees. Congratulations!

Name

Subject

Award

Maisy Lai (Graduate of 2019)

GCE Art, Craft and Design

Highest mark internationally

Daisy Chin (Graduate of 2019)

IAL Accounting

Highest mark internationally
Highest mark in Asia

Sophia Chang (Graduate of 2019)

IAL Chemistry

Highest mark in Hong Kong

Starry Chow (F.5S)

IGCSE Accounting

Highest mark internationally
Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Jenny Lee (F.5S)

IGCSE Accounting

Highest mark internationally
Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

 Anson To (F.5T)

IGCSE Accounting

Highest mark internationally
Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Sabrina Ng (F.5U)

IGCSE History

Highest mark internationally
Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Natalie Fung (F.5P)

IGCSE Religious Studies

Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Desiree Ho (F.5A)

IGCSE English As A Second Language

Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Jamie Lai (F.5U)

IGCSE English As A Second Language

Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Katty Lum (left to UK)

IGCSE English As A Second Language

Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Serena Lam (left)

IGCSE French

Highest mark in Asia

Karen Lui (F.5P)

BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Sports Development

BTEC Sports Learner of the Year (Global Silver Award)
BTEC Outstanding Student Award

Charlotte Chun (F.4T)

BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Art and Design

BTEC Outstanding Student Award

Angel Wong (F.4L)

BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Performing Arts (Drama)

BTEC Outstanding Student Award

 


The 2nd Hong Kong Open Music Competition (Piano)
Jenny Kong of F.5U has obtained the Silver Award in the 2nd Hong Kong Open Music Competition (Piano), organised by the Hong Kong International Music Academy. The competition was held on 18 January 2020 and the results were widely published on the front page of the Sing Tao Daily on January 2020, showing her achievement. Congratulations to Jenny!

Founded in 2018, The Hong Kong Open Music Competition (HKOMC) is dedicated to provide one of the best performance stage in Asia for promising talents across the globe to achieve their highest musical excellence.

21st Century Cup National English Speaking Competition (Hong Kong Region)
On January 18th, 2020, the Grand Finals for the “21st Century Cup” National English Speaking Competition (Hong Kong Region), hosted by China Daily and VDO English and co-organized by the Education Bureau, was held at Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong. After three grueling rounds of competition, Carol Chan of Form 4L was crowned 'Champion' and given the 'Best Manner Award' in the Senior Secondary Division.

The awards were presented to the winning students by distinguished guests: Mr. Kevin Yeung Yun-hung, JP, Secretary for Education, Mr. Jasper Tsang Yok-sing, JP, Former President of the Legislative Council, HKSAR, Ms. Winnie TAM Wan-chi, JP, Chairman, Communications Authority and Former Chairman, Hong Kong Bar Association and, Mr. Zhou Li, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, China Daily, and Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of China Daily Asia Pacific. Over 200 students, teachers, principals, parents and guests attended the ceremony.

Carol Chan will represent HK to compete in the National English Speaking Competition which is to be held in April. She is also awarded a one-year Presenter contract with VDO English and a personal video production, a winning trophy, certificates of the awards and two Disneyland Tickets.

Congratulations!

The International Mathematical Olympiad Preliminary Selection Contest 2020


The International Mathematical Olympiad Preliminary Selection Contest 2020 organized by the Hong Kong Mathematical Olympiad Association was successfully held on 4 to 5 January 2020. Ariel Chan of F.2S and Ivana Lau of F.1T received the Third Class Award. Congratulations!


The International Mathematical Olympiad Preliminary Selection Contest 2020


The International Mathematical Olympiad Preliminary Selection Contest 2020 organized by the Hong Kong Mathematical Olympiad Association was successfully held on 4 to 5 January 2020. Heidi Ng of F.2T, Jasmine Wong of F.2T and Charmayne Kam of F.2P received the First Class Award, Harfich Luisa Mia of F.2T and Annie Qin of F.1S received the Second Class Award. Congratulations!


70th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China Student Video Clip Design Competition
The prize presentation ceremony of “70th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China Student Video Clip Design Competition (Secondary School)”, organized by the Curriculum Development Institute and the Education Bureau, was held on 21 December 2019. Our students have created short video clips to introduce the development of our country in the past seventy years. Among 213 participating teams in Hong Kong, two teams of Paulinians obtained brilliant results. 6A Karis Chung, Victoria Ip and 6L Jessie Ko have obtained the Outstanding Award. They were awarded a trophy, certificates and tablet computers. 2S Elinor Cheung, Lorrine Sum and 2A Kaitlyn Chow have obtained the Commendable Award. They were awarded a trophy, certificates and $3000 book coupons. Congratulations!

「第十八屆全港中學中醫藥常識問答比賽」
由香港浸會大學所舉辦的第十八屆全港中學中醫藥常識問答比賽,分為初賽(筆試)和決賽(短片拍攝)。目的是向中學生滲透中醫知識,推廣中醫藥文化。初賽部分於2019年11月9日舉行,本校兩隊同學(中四保陳曦、中四保李希妍、中四璐潘思澄、中五德陳軒潁、中五安陳思澄、中五安胡珮嘉)皆成功脫穎而出,入選決賽,並憑影片「本草綱目對後世的影響」及「張仲景對中醫發展的貢獻」, 喜獲冠軍及亞軍,她們將分別獲得冠軍獎盃(連書券3000元、獎金3000元、獎狀)、亞軍獎盃(連書券2000元、獎金2000元、獎狀),恭喜得獎同學!

71st Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival

Due to the social situation, sessions of the 71st Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival scheduled from 18 to 27 November 2019 were cancelled. This year among all the entries (English and Chinese), we are happy that our school was awarded a total of 28 Champion places, 25 First Runners-up, and 24 Second Runners-up. Congratulations to all winners!

 

71ST HONG KONG SCHOOLS SPEECH (ENGLISH) FESTIVAL

CHAMPIONS GROUP ENTRIES

U107

Choral Speaking

2T

 

SOLO, DUO ENTRIES AND OTHER GROUP ENTRIES

U49

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

6P

SUEN, Lok Kei Annie

U47

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

5T

SIT, Hoi Ting Chloe

U47

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

5T

WONG, Hoi Ting Jana

U201

Public Speaking

5T

LEUNG, Wai Yee Rachel

5T

SIT, Hoi Ting Chloe

5T

WONG, Hoi Ting Jana

U45

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

4T

THIRUVENKADAM, Bindhiya

U46

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

4A

NARAASIPURAM, Suyasha Mohan

N224

Dramatic Duologue

4A

LIN, Lok Ching

4L

CHAN, Yun Sze

N224

Dramatic Duologue

4U

AU, Pui Wa

4U

KWOK, Cheuk Ying Serene

N224

Dramatic Duologue

3T

LAI, Cheuk Ning

3L

CHEN, Wing Yuet

N224C

Dramatic Duologue

3P

CHAN, Tsz Wai Geneva

3A

CHAN, Lok Man Janice

N224F

Dramatic Duologue

3U

YAM, Ho Ching Deirdre

3U

ZHEN, Hoi Ching

N145

Solo Prose Speaking, Open

2S

LUI, Cheuk Yee

N223D

Dramatic Duologue

2P

KAM, Tse Man Charmayne

2P

LAM, Wai Ki

N223

Dramatic Duologue

2A

KAUR, Puneet

2A

KAUR, Sursharan

N193

Public Speaking Solo

1S

CHAN, Wan Yan Dorothy

N198

Public Speaking

1S

CHEUNG, Valerie

1S

KWOK, Yik Man Jasmine

1P

LAM, Sofia

U35

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

1S

CHAN, Wan Yan Dorothy

K37

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

1S

CHU, Shun Yan

K36

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

1T

HO, Wing Fei

1st RUNNER-UP GROUP ENTRIES

N95

Harmonic Speaking

2A

 

SOLO, DUO ENTRIES AND OTHER GROUP ENTRIES

N148

Solo Prose Speaking, Open

6T

KOO, Tsz Kwan Queenie

U48

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

5T

KWOK, Tsz Yat

N225C

Dramatic Duologue

5T

SIT, Hoi Ting Chloe

5T

WONG, Hoi Ting Jana

U46

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

4T

MOU, Christy

U164

Solo Prose Reading, Non-Open

4A

WAN, Chor Wing Jasmine

U45

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

4U

KWOK, Cheuk Ying Serene

N10

Solo Verse Speaking, Open

4L

CHAN, Yun Sze

N223

Dramatic Duologue

2S

Haruna Kajimoto

2S

Lui Cheuk Yee

K38

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

2A

KIANI, Aleena

U38

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

2A

KAUR, Puneet

U37

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

1T

SO, Hei Tung

U37

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

1P

LAM, Sum Yuet Sofia

U37

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

1P

LEE, Chiu Wa

2nd RUNNER-UP GROUP ENTRIES

U107

Choral Speaking

2P

 

N95

Harmonic Speaking

2L

 

SOLO, DUO ENTRIES AND OTHER GROUP ENTRIES

N148

Solo Prose Speaking, Open

5S

CHUNG, Wai Yu Chelsea

N225C

Dramatic Duologue

5T

KWOK, Tsz Yat

5T

LEUNG, Wai Yee Rachel

U47

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

5U

CHEUNG, Hoi Ching

N10

Solo Verse Speaking, Open

4T

FUNG, Rachel

N224

Dramatic Duologue

4A

NARAASIPURAM, Suyasha Mohan

4U

LAI, Wai Nam

N224

Dramatic Duologue

4L

KAWASAKI, Yurika

4L

TAMANG, Angelika

N223D

Dramatic Duologue

3A

COOKE, Lauren

3L

GAMBOA, Diana

N223D

Dramatic Duologue

2P

CHAN, Hei Tung Samantha

2P

LEUNG, Wai Ying Katrina

N224D

Dramatic Duologue

3U

WONG, Cheuk Nam

3U

YAU, Chi Wan

N210

Improvised Dramatic Scenes

3A

CHAN, Lok Man Janice

3P

CHAN, Tsz Wai Geneva

3S

TSANG, Nga Yi Agatha

3U

LAM, Kelsey Kylie

K37

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

1S

CHOI, Uen Yin

Y161

Solo Prose Reading, Non-Open

1T

CHUNG, Yan Chi

N193

Public Speaking Solo

1T

KWOK, Yan Wing Hannah

U36

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

1A

WU, Tzi Ching Celine

U36

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

1U

POON, Nok Ching Angie

K36

Solo Verse Speaking, Non-Open

1U

YU, Joy See Phoebe

 

第七十一屆香港學校朗誦節(中文朗誦)

集誦

名次

班別

項目

中文老師

冠軍

1S

粵語散文集誦

Ms V Tang

冠軍

1T

粵語詩文集誦

H Law

亞軍

2U

粵語散文集誦

M Iu

亞軍

1A

粵語散文集誦

K Chan

季軍

1L

粵語詩詞集誦

K Chan

個人及二人項目:

名次

組別

得獎同學

冠軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學五、六年級)

中五安      張韞陶

冠軍

粵語二人朗誦 (中學三、四級)

中四璐      潘思澄
中四璐      沈華清

冠軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學三年級)

中三保      吳芷瑩

冠軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中二施      余詠楠

冠軍

粵語二人朗誦 (中學一、二級)

中一施      朱舜欣
中一保      彭衍瑜

冠軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學一年級)

中一德      吳心予

亞軍

粵語二人朗誦 (中學五、六級)

中五德      李虹恩
中五德      張  納

亞軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學三年級)

中三保      吳芷瑩

亞軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中二施      徐海晴

亞軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中二德      李可欣

亞軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一施      蔡宛諺

亞軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學一年級)

中一施      朱舜欣

亞軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一德      張詠甯

亞軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學一年級)

中一德      蘇熙童

亞軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一德      袁浠翹

季軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學三、四年級)

中四安      陳敬心

季軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學三年級)

中三施      陳穎恩

季軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學三年級)

中三施      黃子殷

季軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學三、四年級)

中三施      黃子殷

季軍

粵語二人朗誦(中學三、四級)

中三施      陳幸祺
中三璐      羅諾賢

 

 

 


Innovate for Future Competition
The Innovate for Future Competition organized by the Hong Kong Electronics and Technologies Association and the San Jose State University Silicon Valley Center for Global Studies was held on 4 January 2020. 5S Jojo Lai, Jenny Lee, 5T Anson To and 5P Natalie Fung got the Championship in the competition. They were awarded a trophy, certificates and $10000 cash prize. They will showcase their project in Silicon Valley in the coming summer. 4S Janice Chan, Sunnie Chan, Elyse Wu and 4A Andrea Chan got the Best Innovative Idea Award. They were awarded a trophy, certificates and $8000 cash prize. Congratulations!

Hong Kong Biology Literacy Award 2019-2020


The Hong Kong Biology Literacy Award 2019-2020 organized by the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education was held on 21 December 2019. Some of our F.5 and F.6 students attained good results in this competition. Annie Suen (F.6P), Alvina Chan (F.5S) and Martina Cheung (F.5A) obtained First Class Honors. 4 students also received Second Class Honors and 4 students received Third Class Honors. Congratulations!


The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2019


Our students achieved marvelous results in The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2019 organized by The Royal Commonwealth Society. In the junior category, Kaitlyn Chow of F.2A was awarded the Gold Award. In the senior category, Jasmine Wan of F.4A received the Gold Award and Cherian Leung of F.5U was awarded the Silver Award.

The judges spoke highly of all the students. Congratulations to all winners!


The Popular Reading Award Scheme


The Popular Reading Award Scheme, organised by the Hong Kong Professional Teachers' Union, aims to cultivate the reading habits among students through a wide variety of activities. Emily Chiu of F.4U received the Purple Badge, the highest honour of the reading scheme. Congratulations!


ST Yau High School Science Award (Asia)
The ST Yau High School Science Award (Asia) is research-based competition organized by the Hong Kong Young Academy for Sciences was held in November and December 2019. F.5S Jojo Lai, F.5T Anson To and F.5P Natalie Fung got the Honourable Mention Award in the Computer Science Section of the competition while F.4S Janice Chan and F.4A Andrea Chan got Honourable Mention Award in the Physics and Engineering Section. Besides, F.6P Annie Suen, F.6P Peony Woo and F.6U Cherry Hui got Honourable Mention Award in the Chemistry Section. Congratulations!

2019 Hong Kong Island Outstanding Students Award
Letitia Chan of 6U and Chrysilla Chan of 3S were among the ten Hong Kong Island Outstanding Students 2019 in the Senior Section and the Junior Section respectively. After a selection from over a hundred candidates by the Hong Kong Island School Heads Association and two rounds of interviews, they won based on their academic performance, leadership, special talents and involvement in community service. The prize presentation ceremony took place on 30 November 2019 and both winners were awarded a trophy, certificate and book coupon. Congratulations!

17th Hong Kong Green School Award
We are very pleased to announce that our school has won the 17th Hong Kong Green School Award (Gold Award), organized by the Environmental Campaign Committee. The award ceremony was held on November 12, 2019 at the Productivity Council. The judging panel was impressed by our school's dedication in promoting environmental education to both the students and the public. We shall continue to foster sustainable development in SPCS. Congratulations!

BASF Kids’ Lab Experiment Challenge
On 2 November 2019, the 2019 BASF Kids’ Lab Experiment Challenge Final Round cum Award Ceremony was held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Zita Ng (F.4S), Katarina Shing (F.4S) and Rachel Ma (F.4T) won the Champion with their project “Artificial Leaf”, which is an experiment designed to demonstrate to kids the role of chemistry in sustainability. They were awarded a trophy, certificates and $4000 book coupons. Congratulations to them all!

Postcard Design Competition
A postcard design competition with the theme "Living in Safe Buildings", organised for the first time by the Buildings Department this year. The competition attracted an enthusiastic response with over 5 100 entries from more than 380 schools and institutions. The prize presentation ceremony was held on October 26.

The competition was divided into four categories, namely the Parent-Child, Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary and Open Sections. Athena Lee from class 6L was awarded the champion in the Secondary Section and the Most Popular Award. Her postcard design conveys messages that remind people the importance of regular building inspection by drawing a dilapidated building with the walls opened up revealing the problems inside the building.

The winning entries will be exhibited in the community and souvenirs inspired by those entries will be produced as part of efforts to educate building owners on the importance of carrying out timely building inspections and repair works to help create a safe living environment. Congratulations!

AiTLE & William Jessup University (WJU): 1 Million HKD Scholarship Computer Science Competition for High School students
The AiTLE & William Jessup University (WJU): 1 Million HKD Scholarship Computer Science Competition for High School students organized by William Jessup University was held on 25 October 2019. 4S Zoelle Suo and 4T Jenny Jiang got the Championship in the F.4 to 5 section. They were awarded a trophy, certificates and a trip to Silicon Valley in the coming summer. 4S Janice Chan, Sunnie Chan and 4A Andrea Chan got the 1st runner-up and they were awarded a trophy, certificates and chrome books. Moreover, 6S Cindy Yeung, 6T Moreen Ho, Maria Guzman and 6U Annalise Tsang got Merit Award in the F.6 section. They were awarded with certificates. Congratulations!

“20 Flavors of Macau” Video Competition
The prize presentation ceremony of “20 Flavors of Macau” Video Competition organised by the Macau Special Administrative Region Government Tourist Association and Mingpao was held on 22 October 2019. 2S Lorrine Sum, Elinor Cheung and 2A Kaitlyn Chow was the Champion and their video also got the most popular video award.

Four teams of Paulinians got Merit Awards in the competition, they were:
Team 1: 3P Vianca Lee and 3A Cherry Wong
Team 2: 3A Charlotte Suen and 3U Kelsey Lam
Team 3: 3A Marissa Chan, Justina Yip and 3U Wing Mok
Team 4: 2T Cattleya Lai, Tiffany Chan and Zita Ng
Moreover, our school was presented the Best Participating Award in the competition. Congratulations!

The Inter-School Swimming Competition 2019-2020
The Inter-School Swimming Competition 2019-2020 (Division 1), organized by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, was held on 18 and 25 October 2019 at the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool. Kristie Yan of 6T was the 3rd Runner-up of the Grade A 100m Backstroke. Regine Tam of 6S, Kristie Yan of 6T, Sylvia Leung of 6A and Joyce Lo of 5L were the 3rd Runner-up of Grade A 4x50m Freestyle Relay. Congratulations!

2019 Greater Bay Area Youth Friendly Sports Competition
Our school’s Athletics Team was invited to attend the 2019 Greater Bay Area Youth Friendly Sports Competition held in Dongguan from 18 to 20 October 2019.
There were over 600 athletes from 13 cities in China, participating in this two-day competition. 10 athletes from our school’s athletics team were chosen to join the competition. They are Kristie Chou (F.6S), Helen Wong (F.5S), Jody Wat (F.4S), Carissa To (F.4P), Latisha Au (F.4L), Farrah Li (F.3S), Tiffany Kam (F.3A), Kaly Ching (F.3U), Hillary Lao (F.1U) and Natalie Leung (F.1L).
In the senior section, Kristie Chou (F.6S) came 6th in the 100m event. Kristie Chou (F.6S), Jody Wat (F.4S), Carissa To (F.4P) and Latisha Au (F.4L) came 5th in the 4x100m event. In the junior section, Kaly Ching (F.3U) was the 2nd runner up in the high jump event. Farrah Li (F.3S) came 5th in the long jump event. They all valued this wonderful experience and learning opportunity.

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中六施張詠琪和中四璐沈華清在青少年組得到優異獎。她們獲得現金獎3,000元,獎盃一座及獎狀一張。 恭喜得獎同學!

The HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme


Four Paulinians participated in the HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme 2018 and received certificates of appreciation of their commitment to voluntary service. The prize presentation was conducted on 16 October, 2019. They are Anne Luk of F.3P, Nicole Yiu of F.4U, Bella Kan of F.4L and Elise Yip of F.4L. Our school was also awarded a certificate of appreciation for our support in the programme. Congratulations!


HKCNP 1017 Fast-a-meal against Poverty Movement 2019 Art & Video Competition


The results of "1017 Fast-a-meal against Poverty Movement 2019 Art & Video Competition" organized by the Hong Kong Church Network for the Poor was announced on 15th October 2019. Two Paulinians got Merit Awards in the Junior Secondary Schools Video Section. They were Sibyl Cheung (F3P) and Charlotte Chan (F3U) while Claudia Tam (F3U) got Merit Awards in the Junior Secondary Schools Art Section. They were awarded crystal trophies and Health Club coupons. Congratulations!


Australian National Chemistry Quiz 2019


Some of our F.5 and F.6 students attained very good results in the Australian National Chemistry Quiz 2019 organized by the Royal Australian Chemical Institute and the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education. The result was released on 11 October 2019. Shanie Ling (F.6S), Pamela Tang (F.6A) and Cherry Hui (F.6U) obtained full marks in the quiz. They received the high distinction excellence awards. 29 students also received High distinction awards, 33 students received Distinction awards and 30 others received Credit awards. Congratulations!


The 11th Art Ambassadors-in-School Scheme


Meko Cheung of F.6S and Hilary Huang of F.6T were the Art Ambassadors of the 11th Art Ambassadors-in-School Scheme, organized by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. They participated in the Creative + Arts Camp and Finale Party, in addition to a variety of arts enhancement programme. During the Creative + Arts Camp, they had the chance to perform and participate in workshops held by prominent photographers.


Build a Secure Cyberspace 2019 “We Together! Secure Data!” Poster Design Contest


The prize presentation ceremony of the Build a Secure Cyberspace 2019 “We Together! Secure Data!” Poster Design Contest organised by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) was held on 20 September 2019. Our school got the Best Participating School Award. Congratulations!


Harvard Book Prize Award Ceremony
The Harvard Book Prize Award Ceremony was held at Diocesan Boys’ School on 20 September 2019. The Harvard Book Prize Award in Hong Kong is presented to outstanding secondary school students who “combine excellence in scholarship and high character, with achievements in other fields”. This year, three of our Form 6 students were recipients of the Harvard Book Prize. The winner from our school was Vanessa Yu (F.6P) and the two runner-ups were Betty Liang (F.6T) and Letitia Chan (F.6U). All three students were awarded with certificates. We were also given some books as souvenirs. Vanessa was awarded the book, “Disconnected” by Carrie James while Betty and Letitia each received the book, “Bored and Brilliant” by Manoush Zomorodi. Congratulations to Vanessa, Betty and Letitia! Another highlight of the event was an inspiring and interactive talk about social enterprise and the use of social media. The evening ended with all the students feeling a sense of positivism to strive for success in life.

UNICEF Young Envoys Programme 2019


Cherian Leung (F.5U) and Sunnie Chan (F.4S) were appointed as UNICEF Young Envoys by the Hong Kong Committee of UNICEF. Cherian Cheung (F.5U) and Sunnie Chan (F.4S) have received 10 months of training from UNICEF Hong Kong, learning about UNICEF’s contributions to promoting children’s rights and proactively organising advocacy activities such as the joint school day camp in April and other events for children with special educational needs. They were selected to visit Yunnan and South Korea in July and August respectively to learn more about the lives of families in desolate areas of China as well as child-friendly cities in Korea.


Science Assessment Test 2019


Our students received excellent results in the Science Assessment Test 2019 organized by the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education. The prize presentation was conducted on 12 September, 2019. 7 students obtained Diamond Awards. They are Emily Lau (F.4S), Chilli Lau (F.4S), Tiffany Sin (F.4S), Jasmine Tang (F.4S), Vienne Wong (F.4S), Erica Keung (F.4A) and Emily Chiu (F.4U). 24 students also received Gold awards, 15 students received Silver awards and 5 others received Bronze awards. Congratulations!


The Panasonic 15th Hong Kong Artistic Swimming Open Competition 2019


The Panasonic 15th Hong Kong Artistic Swimming Open Competition 2019, organized by the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association, was held from 30 August to 1 September 2019, at the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool. Serena Chin of F.5T was the Champion of the Free Team Category of the International Open Section and the 1st Runner-up of the Technical Duet Category of the Local Open Section. Besides, Emily Lau of F.4S was the Champion of the Free Combination Category of the International Open Section. Congratulations!


The Wharf Hong Kong Secondary School Art Competition
Athena Lee of F.5L was awarded Merit award with her artwork “Asphyxiate” for “The Wharf Hong Kong Secondary School Art Competition”, which aims to boost young people's creativity and foster their interests in arts and culture, with the ultimate goal of promoting art development in Hong Kong. The prize-giving ceremony was held on 5th May, 2019 in Harbour City. She was awarded with a book voucher and a cultural exchange tour to Berlin from 4th to 9th August,2019. Moreover, Athena was invited to attend an interview with Sing Tao Daily, sharing her experiences about the exchange tour and her future career path. Her artwork was exhibited in Times Square, Harbour City and Plaza Hollywood. Congratulations!

JA Asia-Pacific International Trade Challenge 2019
Nydia Lee (F.4S) and Noelle Pang (F.4T), under the guidance of Ms Carmen Fung and Mr T. K. Yam, formed a team and participated in the International Trade Challenge organized by Junior Achievement. Professor Godwin Wong was invited to provide a 6-meeting intensive training related to business planning. After submitting a 8-page Business Entry Strategy Plan, the team was selected as one of the 10 Hong Kong finalists. On 11 July, the team presented their plan with a power-point, prototype and advertisement poster in the Hong Kong Finals in Cyberport. Due to the uniqueness of the product (whitening supplements with weatherproof, fast whitening outcome and extended time released mechanism), outstanding presentation and interactive responses in the Q&A session, the team was selected as the Hong Kong delegates who attended the Asia-Pacific Finals 2019 in Kulua Lumpur.

On 18-22 August, 60 delegates from 10 countries gathered in Kulua Lumpur. These delegates were grouped into 30 teams. Nydia’s partner was a delegate from Malaysia and Noelle’s partner was from Singapore. After briefing and training, these teams conducted researches, prepared their business plans and presented their reports which were about the Business Entry Strategies adopted in the German medical device market. Due to excellent performance, Noelle’s team won the Champion and Nydia’s team won the Second-runner up. Congratulations.

Meritorious Website Contest 2019


The Meritorious Website Contest organised by the Office for Film, Newspaper and Article Administration and the Education Bureau was held from July to August 2019. With the efforts of all Paulinians, our school got the Best Participating School Award. Congratulations!


34th China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest
Several Paulinians participated in the 34th China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest held in Macau from 20 to 26 July, 2019. 352 teams of students from provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities of China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan were involved in the competition. In the Environmental Science and Engineering category Zita Ng (F.3S) presented her project “Artificial Leaf” and has achieved the 2nd Place Award and the Intel Talent Award. She received a silver medal, a certificate and RMB2000. In the Chemistry category, Nydia Lee (F.4S) and Noelle Pang (F.4T) have achieved the 2nd Place Award with their project “Pop-Star” Extended Release Pills” and received silver medals.

In the category of Science Fiction Drawing, Angie Tang (F.2L) obtained the 1st Place Award and Cheri Cheng (F.1S) and Audrey Lam (F.1P) obtained the 2nd Place Award. In addition, Joanna Keung (F.5L) and Jessie Ko (F.5L) obtained the 1st Place award in the category of STEM activity.

Congratulations to them all!

24th St Cecilia International Music Competition 2019

24th St Cecilia International Music Competition 2019 was jointly organised by St. Cecilia School of Music and Da Capo Music to nurture music talents in Hong Kong. On 19th July 2019, 17 Paulinians participated in the final round of the competition and obtained good results. Congratulations to all winners!

Prize

Event

Name (Class)

1st Runner-up

Secondary Singing Duo Class

Joyce Yu (F.1T)
Demi Lam (F.1P)

1st Runner-up

Secondary Singing Group Class

Eunice Mak (F.1S)
Charlotte Tong (F.1S)
Joyce Yu (F.1T)
Christy Yue (F.1T)
Demi Lam (F.1P)
Hilary Law (F.1P)
Iris Wong (F.1A)
Kimmy Ching (F.1A)
Suki Yeung (F.1L)
Amanda Cheung (F.1L)

Merit

Grade 2 Singing Solo

Kimmy Ching (F.1A)

Merit

Grade 3 Singing Solo

Jessie Kwong (F.2T)

Merit

Grade 5 Singing Solo

Kareena Kayla Ordinez (F.2A)

Merit

Grade 6 Singing Solo

Manjori Sarkar (F.2A)

Merit

Grade 7 Singing Solo

Natalie Leung (F.1P)

 


The 3rd International Young STEAM Maker Competition and the 2nd Young STEM Grand Challenge


The 3rd International Young STEAM Maker Competition and the 2nd Young STEM Grand Challenge organised by National Institute of Education Sciences, Hong Kong STEM Education Alliance and Lingnan University was held on 16 July 2019. The adjudicators assessed all projects in 6 aspects and our F.1 team got 1st class awards in all these 6 aspects with their project “tRAIN station”. The team members, Joyce Yu (F.1T), Jasmine Wong (F.1T) and Kaitlyn Chow (F.1A), won the Smart Maker Grand Prize, the Best Problem Solving Young Maker Award, the Most Creative Young Maker Award, the Best Presentation Award, the Best Model Design Award as well as the Most Talented Young Maker Award. Besides, Kaitlyn Chow (F.1A) also got the Champion in the On-Site Pop-up STEM Problem Solving Section. Congratulations!


WYNG Philomathia Machine Learning AI competition


The prize presentation ceremony of the “WYNG Philomathia Machine Learning AI competition” oragnised by the WYNG Foundation was held in July 2019. Jojo Lai (F.4S), Anson To (F.4S) and Natalie Fung (F.4S) received the Champion Award. They were given certificates and a trip to Cambridge University and London in the UK during the summer. Congratulations!


The Hong Kong Artistic Swimming Routine Competition 2019


The Hong Kong Artistic Swimming Routine Competition 2019, organized by the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association, was held on 7 July 2019, at the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool. Serena Chin of F.4U was the 2nd Runner-up of the Free Duet event (Age 15-18) and the 3rd Runner-up of the Free Solo event (Age 15-18). Congratulations!


Healthy Net Comic Drawing Competition


The prize presentation ceremony of the “Healthy Net Comic Drawing Competition” organised by the Hong Kong Family Welfare Society was held on 6 July 2019. Bonnie Hui (F.1P), Odelia Wong (F.1L) and Karan Kwok (F.2A) got the Merit Award while Haylie Cheung (F.1P) was the 2nd runner-up in the competition. Our school also got the Best Participating School Award. Congratulations!


Robotics, STEM and Green Innovation Competition
The Robotics, STEM and Green Innovation Competition organised by the Hong Kong Technology Education Association was held on 6 July 2019. Eunice Choi (F.5S), Tiffany Chow (F.5S), Christie Maw (F.5S), Sheryl Cheung (F.5T) and Popo Fung (F.5T) got the Merit Award while Lorrine Sum (F.1S), Elinor Chueng (F.1S) and Kaitlyn Chow (F.1A) the 1st runner-up and Best booth Award in the competition. Congratulations!

EDB Maths Book report competition
On 5 July 2019, SPCS students obtained awards in the Mathematics Book Report Competition (2018-19) organized by EDB. In the junior section Emily Chiu (F.3U) and Jasmine Wan (F.3A) got 2nd Class awards. In senior section, Gigi Cheng (F.4S) and Annalise Tsang (F.5U) got 2nd Class awards. We have parents joined us in the prize presentation ceremony. Congratulations to all winners.

Secondary School Mathematics and Science Competition 2019
The award presentation ceremony of Secondary School Mathematics and Science Competition 2019 organized by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University was successfully held on 28 June 2019. Candy Lo (F.5P) obtained a medal in the Biology section. Also, there were 2 High Distinction awards in Biology, 8 in Chemistry, and 2 in Mathematics. Congratulations!

The First Ocean Park International Conservation STEAM Competition
The First Ocean Park International Conservation STEAM Competition was held at the Ocean Park on 20th June 2019. We were thrilled that Paulinians achieved excellent results in the competition. Our Students were awarded 1st runner up in the “STEAM Promotion” category. The prize presentation was conducted in the opening ceremony of the first Ocean Park International STEAM Education Conference 2019. Students also prepared a booth on 21st to present their work to all visitors visiting Ocean Park. Congratulations!

“Be my Teacher” Microfilm Competition


The prize presentation ceremony of the “Be my Teacher” Microfilm Competition organized by the Education Bureau of HKSAR was held on 20 June 2019. Meko Cheung (F.5S) was the Champion in the competition. She was awarded a trophy, certificate and $1000 book coupons while $10,000 was presented to the school as the prize too. Congratulations!


e-Quiz Competition Summer Series 2018-2019
The e-Quiz Competition was organized by the Modern Educational Research Society Limited. The summer series was held from June to September 2019. Evonne Lo (F.2A) was the Champion and Kelsey Lam (F.2P) got the 1st runner-up in the F.1 section. Gladys Charm (F.3A) was the Champion and Zoelle Suo (F.3S) got the 1st runner-up in the F.2 section. Our school was the Overall Champion in this series and received the Best Participating School Award. Congratulations!

“Occupational Safety and Health” Animation Creation Competition
The prize presentation ceremony of the “Occupational Safety and Health” Animation Creation Competition organized by the Occupational Safety and Health Council was held on 19 June 2019. Jamie Wu (F.2U), Charlotte Chan (F.2U), Sibyl Cheung (F.2U) and Bianca Pan (F.2U) got the 2nd runner-up in the competition while 5 teams of Paulinians got the merit awards. They were:

Team 1: Janice Chan (F.3S), Andrea Chan (F.3A), Cassie Choy (F.3L)
Team 2: Kristen Wai (F.3A), Nicole Yiu (F.3U), Sally Ng (F.3U), Louisa Law (F.3U)
Team 3: Geneva Chan (F.2P), Janice Chan (F.2P), Kelsey Lam (F.2P), Agatha Tsang (F.2P)
Team 4: Quenifer Lung (F.2U), Zoe Chan (F.2U), Chloe Chan (F.2U), Bridget Lam (F.2U)
Team 5: Sabrina Lee (F.2L), Sophie Chung (F.2L), Joni Lam (F.2L), Yuki Law (F.2L), Charlotte Wong (F.2L)

Our school was also awarded the Best Participating School in this competition. Congratulations!

Genius Olympiad 2019 organized by Terra Science and Education
The Genius Olympiad 2019 was successfully held in Oswego, New York in United States, from 17 to 22 June 2019. The fair brought together 842 science projects from 79 countries and 43 U.S. states to Oswego where high school students presented their projects to take on today’s challenges in environment issues. Being one of the Hong Kong delegate teams, Vanessa Yu (F.5P) and Rachel Tse (F.5U) presented their project “SOSeliminator – Synthesis of Nanoselenium, Nanosulphur and Graphene Oxide for Dye Degradation and Hg2+ Removal” in the contest. They attained Gold Award in the category of ‘Science’ and were presented with gold medals, Amazon computer tablets and certificates. Congratulations!

Smart City Project Competition


The prize presentation ceremony of the Smart City Project Competition organised by the Education Bureau of HKSAR was held on 29 June 2019. Jojo Lai (F.4S), Anson To (F.4S), Natalie Fung (F.4S) and Jenny Lee (F.4S) got the Champion in the Competition. They were awarded certificates, a trophy and a tour to Tokyo, Japan in summer. Congratulations!


The A.S. Watson Group HK Student Sports Award


The A.S. Watson Group HK Student Sports Award aims to encourage young students to continue to participate fully in sports activities and strive for further excellence. Chelsea Ng (F.6A) received the A.S. Watson Group HK Student Sports Award 2018-2019 for her remarkable performance in swimming events. Congratulations!


The 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Open and Age Group Swimming Championships


The 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Open and Age Group Swimming Championships, organized by Synchro Australia, was held at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. Nandini Dulani (F.4A) and Emily Lau (F.3S) were the Champion of the Open Age Group Team event. Congratulations!


Pearson Qualification High Achiever Award Ceremony

The Pearson Qualification High Achiever Award Ceremony was held in the Hong Kong Productivity Council on 8 June 2019. We are proud to announce the exceptionally high achievement of our Paulinians in the Edexcel (Pearson) June 2018 examinations. The Paulinians below had obtained the highest marks in Hong Kong, Asia and the world in their specific subject listed. Some of them were awarded due to their outstanding performance in the BTEC subjects. Once again, congratulations to all awardees.


Name

Subject

Award

Ruby Tsang (Graduate of 2018)

IAL Biology

Highest mark in the world
Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Miffy Young (Graduate of 2018)

IAL Chemistry

Highest mark in the world
Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Summer Cheng (Graduate of 2018)

IAL Chemistry

Highest mark in the world
Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Claudia Ng (Graduate of 2018)

IAL Physics

Highest mark in the world
Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Cathy Fong (F.5P)

IGCSE Business Studies

Highest mark in the world
Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Annalise Tsang (F.5U)

IGCSE English Literature

Highest mark in the world
Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Annalise Tsang (F.5U)

IGCSE History

Highest mark in the world
Highest mark in Asia
Highest mark in Hong Kong

Ada Shum (Graduate of 2018)

IAL Accounting

Highest mark in Hong Kong

Heidi Chan (Graduate of 2018)

IAL Economics

Highest mark in Hong Kong

Ellie Tang (F.5P)

IGCSE Accounting

Highest mark in Hong Kong

Pamela Tang (F.5A)

IGCSE Accounting

Highest mark in Hong Kong

Christine Lum (left to UK)

IGCSE Physics

Highest mark in Hong Kong

Meko Cheung (F.5S)

BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma Performing Arts (Musical Theatre)

Outstanding BTEC student

Nandini Dulani (F.4A)

BTEC Level 3 Certificate Performing Arts (Dance)

Outstanding BTEC student

Coco Shin (F.4P)

BTEC Level 3 Certificate Art and Design

Outstanding BTEC student

 


Hong Kong Budding Poets Award 2019
On Friday, 31st May, three students from SPCS attended the Awards Ceremony for the Hong Kong Budding Poets English Award. It was held at the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong in Shatin and organized by the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education. The award winners were Margaret Cheung (F.4A) who won a Gold Award, Nicole Choi (F.4L) who won a Silver Award and Elita Lai (F.3P) who won the Poet of the School Award. Gold Award winners had to present their poems to the audience and Margaret Cheung gave a very lively performance of her excellent poem, “Around the Hourglass”.
Congratulations to all the prize winners!

4th Secondary School King of Advertisement Proposal Competition


The prize presentation ceremony of the 4th Secondary School King of Advertisement Proposal Competition organised by am730 was held on 25 May 2019. Karis Chung (F.5A), Jessie Ko (F.5L), Joanna Keung (F.5L), Natalie Jim (F.5L), Thira Pang (F.5L), Kelly Sum (F.5L), Chantelle Wong (F.5L) and Melissa Lam (F.5L) got the Best Storyboard Award and Merit Award in the Brand Promotion Category. Congratulations!


Home Kong Writing Competition 2019


A number of Paulinians achieved great results in the Home Kong Writing Competition 2019 which was organised by the Department of English of City University of Hong Kong.

In the Photo Essay section, Charlotte Cheung (F.1U) is the winner, while Rebecca Wahab (F.1P) is the winner of the Comic Strip Section. Karen Kwok (F.2A) and Nicole Choi (F.4L) are the winners of the Poetry Section. Rachel Tan (F.4P) is the winner of the Non-Fiction Short Story Section. Our school has also won the Best Participating School Award with the highest number of entries in the competition.

Congratulations to all winners.


Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (Division 1 Round 2)
On 22nd May, 2019, our debating team members, Diana Gamboa from F.2A, Suyasha Mohan from F.3A and Sharon Lai from F.3U took part in the Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (Division 1 Round 2). On the opposition, they debated on the motion This House believes that attempts to greatly extend the human lifespan should be welcomed. The debaters showed good research skills and were able to think on their feet, presenting rebuttals against the affirmative’s case. It was an intensive and challenging debate, but in the end our team won humbly with their skillful manner and confident delivery. Congratulations!

Hong Kong Specimen Drawing Competition 2018
The prize presentation ceremony of the Hong Kong Specimen Drawing Competition 2018 organized by the Royal Society of Biology (Hong Kong Branch) was held on 18 May 2019 in the University of Hong Kong. Priscilla Chow (F.2P) attained the Merit Award in the junior secondary category and received a certificate.

“Plasticless Planet” HKCEC Graphics and Video Creative Design Competition
The prize presentation ceremony of the “Plasticless Planet” HKCEC Graphics and Video Creative Design Competition organised by the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre was held on 18 May 2019. Lorrine Sum (F.1S), Elinor Cheung (F.1S) and Kaitlyn Chow (F.1A) were awarded the Champion while Zoelle Suo (F.3S) and Jenny Jiang (F.3T) the 2nd Runner-up in the competition. Congratulations!

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2019 organised by Society for Science & the Public
Verena Yiu of F.6S and Maisie Luk of F.6T participated in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, from 11 to 17 May, 2019. The Intel ISEF is the world’s largest international pre-college science competition which attracts approximately 1,800 high school students from more than 80 countries, regions, and territories to showcase their research projects. Verena and Maisie presented their project “The Development of Lactase Hydrogel to Alleviate Lactose Intolerance from Dairy Beverages” to the judges in the category of Biochemistry. They were awarded the “Certificate of Honourable Mention” by the American Chemical Society (ACS), the world’s largest scientific society by membership and one of the world’s leading sources of authoritative scientific information.

Scholarship winner of the Dennis and Anne Beaver Foundation of Excellence
Our school has, for the third time, won a scholarship offered by the Dennis and Anne Beaver Foundation of Excellence. After sitting for a written test, an oral test and a panel interview, Zefanya Hermansjah (F. 5L) was awarded a scholarship which amounts to HK$40,000 that covers a one-month stay in France with a French family, a return air ticket to and from France, and tuition fees. Mr Beaver, the sponsor, was deeply impressed by the performance of Zefanya. Felicitations, Zefanya!

The Dress Causal Day 2018 Cheque and Award Presentation Ceremony
The Dress Causal Day 2018 Cheque and Award Presentation Ceremony was held on 10th May 2019. Our school was honoured to be one of the top 10 fundraisers in Hong Kong for the Dress Casual Day held in October 2018. On behalf of the Community Chest, Mr. Matthew Cheung, the Chief Secretary of HKSAR, received a cheque of $178, 000 from our student representatives and in return we were presented a trophy as a token of appreciation.

Without doubt, the generosity and participation of our Principal, staff members and students made the event a great success. We believe that Paulinians will keep up the spirit of the 7Cs and continue to contribute to the community.

Cisco Innovation Challenge
The Innovation Cisco Challenge organised by Cisco was held on 4th May 2019. The competition aims to inspire and empower a generation of global problem solvers who will not only survive – but drive and thrive – in our increasingly digital economy. Our Paulinians won multiple awards. Alice Chau, Ursula Lam, Sophia Yuen and Clarice Yuen (F.4S) received 2nd runner-up, and won the Creativity Award and Outstanding Performance Award with their project “PocketBud” while Jojo Lai, Natalie Fung, Anson To and Jenny Lee (F.4S) got the Merit Award and Outstanding Performance Award with their project “SusTRAINability”. Both teams got the Best Mentorship Award while our school received the Best Participation School Award and Excellent Teacher Award.

Inter-school STEM Smart Home Design Competition


The prize presentation ceremony of Inter-school STEM Smart Home Design Competition organised by the Hong Kong Education University of Hong Kong was held on 4 May 2019. Katarina Shing (F.3S), Ella So (F.3T) and Karen Leung (F.3P) came second in the Video Category as well as the Project Category. Isabella Chan (F.3S), Ruby Chan (F.3A) and Emily Chiu (F.3A) got the Merit Award in the Project Category. Congratulations!


MTR STEM Challenge
The MTR STEM Challenge organised by the MTR Corporation Limited was held on 4th May 2019. The competition aims to foster creativity, problem-solving and communications skills to empower the youth generation to create bright futures for themselves and their communities. F.4S Jojo Lai, Natalie Fung, Anson To and Jenny Lee got the Best Innovative and Sustainable Infrastructure Design Award. They were awarded a trophy, some certificates and book coupons.

Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (Division 2 Round 2)
On 3rd May, 2019, our junior debating team, which comprises Diana Gamboa from F.2A, Suyasha Mohan from F.3A, and Sharon Lai from F.3U, participated in the Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (Division 2 Round 2). On the affirmative side, the team debated on the motion This House believes that attempts to greatly extend the human lifespan should be welcomed. The debaters demonstrated eloquence and won the debate with their sustained, structured and convincing arguments, and Suyasha was named the best debater. Congratulations!

Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2019
The final judging cum award presentation ceremony of the Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2019 jointly organised by The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, the Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Science Museum, and sponsored by the Innovation and Technology Commission as well as Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation was successfully held on 27th April 2019. In the Senior Investigation Division, Annie Suen, Peony Woo and Vanessa Yu (F.5P) together with Cherry Hui and Rachel Tse (F.5U) obtained the “Energy, Engineering and Environment Award” and “Honourable Mention” with their project “SOSeliminator – Synthesis of Nanoselenium, Nanosulphur and Graphene Oxide for Dye Degradation and Hg2+ Removal”. They were presented trophies and were given sponsorship for 2 members to compete in the Genius Olympiad 2019 in the United States in mid-June. Nydia Lee (F.4S), Charlotte Ma and Noelle Pang (F.4T) got the “Best Booth Presentation Award” with their project “‘Pop-Star’ Extended Release Pills”. Moreover, in the Scientific Wallchart Division, Rachel Choi (F.5S) won the Second Prize. All the above winners were awarded certificates and book coupons. Congratulations to all winners!

Hong Kong Chemistry Olympiad for Secondary Schools (2018-19)
The final round of Hong Kong Chemistry Olympiad for Secondary Schools 2018-19, organized by the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education, Hong Kong Chemical Society, Royal Society of Chemistry and the Education Bureau, was held on 27 Apr 2019. Annie Suen, Peony Woo and Vanessa Yu (F.5P) together with Cherry Hui and Rachel Tse (F.5U) won the Champion with their project “SOSeliminator – Synthesis of Nanoselenium, Nanosulphur and Graphene Oxide for Dye Degradation and Hg2+ Removal”. They were awarded a trophy, gold medals, $1000 book coupons and certificates. Congratulations!

“Digi-science” Video Production Competition for Hong Kong Secondary Schools 2019
The prize-giving ceremony of the “Digi-science” Video Production Competition for Hong Kong Secondary Schools 2019, organized by the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education and the Hong Kong Council for Testing and Certification, was held on 27th April 2019. In the senior secondary division, Peony Woo (F.5P) and Cherry Hui (F.5U) won the Champion with their video titled ‘REVEALED – Mercury behind the masks’. They were awarded $1000 book coupons and certificates. In the junior secondary division, Phoebe Suen (F.3S) and Zita Zhang (F.3T) produced their videos titled ‘Comparing decomposition speeds of different kinds of waste’. They obtained 1st runner-up and were awarded $800 book coupons and certificates. Moreover, both teams got the “Most Popular Video Award”. Congratulations to all winners.

Hong Kong Inter-School Mock Trial Championship 2019
On 13th and 14th April 2019, ten SPCS students took part in the Hong Kong Inter-School Mock Trial Championship, which was held at the University of Hong Kong, and competed against 21 local and international school teams. The team members were Letitia Chan (F.5U), Katie Luk (F.5U), Jenny Lee (F.4S), Chloe Sit (F.4U), Rachel Leung (F.4U), Jana Wong (F.4U), Sharon Kwok (F.4U), Tara Au (F.3U), Sharon Lai (F.3U) and Zoe Wong (F.3L), with Letitia Chan as the captain and Katie Luk as co-captain.

Our team demonstrated comprehensive knowledge of the legal issues embedded within the personal injuries case, which included thorough case presentations, direct examinations and cross examinations, not to mention powerful objections and compelling arguments. They achieved a perfect record of eight out of a possible eight ballots in the 4 rounds, winning as Champion and received an invitation to Empire Mock Trial 2019 as representatives of HKSAR. Chloe Sit (F.4U) and Sharon Lai (F.3U) won individual awards as Outstanding Barristers, while Tara Au (F.3U) was awarded the Outstanding Witness award, playing the role of a designer. Congratulations to all winners!

The Inter-School Badminton Competition (Hong Kong Island Division One)


The Inter-School Badminton Competition (Hong Kong Island Division One), organized by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, was held at Chai Wan Sports Centre on 6th April, 2019.

Our school’s badminton team was the Champion in Grade C category. The team members are Natalie Choy and Karina Tsang of F.2S, Isabel Chan and Dawn Chow of F.2P, Andressa Mak of F.1S, Tanya Cheng and Snowy Yeung of F.1P, Denise Wong of F.1A and Jane Chiang of F.1L. Congratulations!

In addition, our school was the Champion in the Overall Position. The prize presentation ceremony will be held at St. Margaret's Co-Educational English Secondary and Primary School on 28th May, 2019. Congratulations!


The Greater Bay Area STEM Excellence Award 2019 (Hong Kong)
The Greater Bay Area STEM Excellence Award 2019 (Hong Kong) was organised by Hong Kong New Emerging Technology Education Association (HKNETEA) and supported by the Education Bureau (EDB), Innovation and Technology Bureau (ITB) and Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO). It aims to enhance students’ creativity and innovation, and recognise young STEM talent for their efforts. The prize presentation ceremony was held on 2nd April 2019 and our Paulinians won multiple awards. The awardees were:

Gold Award (ICT Category)

Zoelle Suo (F.3S ), Jenny Jiang (F.3T), Vian Lam (F.3L) with their project “ConSulenT”
Janice Chan, Eageon Lai, Eylse Wu, Sunnie Chan (F.3S), Andrea Chan (F.3A) with their project ADHDreamer

Gold Award (Robotics Category)
Janice Chan (F.3S) and Andrea Chan (F.3A) with their project EVOLution

Bronze Award (ICT Category)
Madeline Leung and Cindy Yeung (F.5S) with their project ASAPHealth

Bronze Award (Robotics Category)
Belle Ngan (F.3P), Abigail Chua (F.3S), Danielle Hau (F.2P), with their project “The Wheel Connect”

In addition, our school also won the Best STEM School Award and Best Participation School Award.

“Element of the Month for International Year of Periodic Table 2019 (HK)” Competition
Our school obtained very good results in the “Element of the Month for International Year of Periodic Table 2019 (HK)” Competition from October 2018 to April 2019. We got a total of 2 Best Presentation, 9 Outstanding and 24 Merit awards. Besides, Shanice Li (F.3P) won the Best Final Award, receiving $400 book coupons. All the Best Presentation and Outstanding awardees received $400 and $200 book coupons respectively, while the Merit awardees obtained 3-D Periodic Tables. Our school also won the “Most Active Participation School Award”.

Best Presentation Awards

October session: Haylie Wong (F.4U)
April session: Shanice Li (F.3P)

Outstanding Awards
October session: Kristie Wong (F.4T)
November session: Vera Yuen (F.4L)
December session: Isabella Chan (F.3S)
January session: Sharon Au Yeung (F.3S)
February session: Sofie Chu (F.3S)
March session: Jasmine Tang (F.3S), Karena Chau (F.3U)
April session: Ashley Chow (F.3S), Venice Lee (F.3P)

Merit Awards
October session: Starry Chow (F.4S), Desiree Ho (F.4S), Selina Wu (F.4S)
November session: Carey Yue (F.4S), Ellie Law (F.4T), Rachel Wan (F.4A), Natalie Ho (F.4U)
December session: Ariel Kwong (F.4S), Eageon Lai (F.3S), Cassie Lui (F.3S), Ruby Chan (F.3A)
January session: Sally Ng (F.3S), Vienne Wong (F.3S), Elita Lai (F.3P), Gigi Yip (F.3P)
February session: Jamie Chu (F.3T), Jenny Hsu (F.3T), Jessica Sin (F.3T), Aza Too (F.3T)
March session: Sophie Ho (F.3P), Charlotte Chan (F.3A), Janice Hui (F.3U)
April session: Hallie Cheung (F.3S), Yumi Tsang (F.3S)



“Healthy Information for a Healthy Mind” Online Competition


The Healthy Information for a Healthy Mind Online Competition aims to help participants to better understand the classification system of the Control of Obscene and Indecent Articles Ordinance. The results of the competition were announced in April 2019. 3A Juby Cheung, Vivian Cheng, Sally Wong, Thalia Ma and 1S Samantha Lam got the Online Game Award. They were all awarded cash coupons.


21st Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Innovation Competition
21st Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Innovation Competition was held at the Hong Kong Science Park on 31st March 2019. We were thrilled that Paulinians achieved excellent results in the competition. With the largest number of submission of outstanding projects, our school was awarded the “Outstanding Participating School Award”. We also won the merit award in the “STEM School Award”. Paulinians also won 1st Place Award in both the senior (F.4-6) and junior (F.1-3) section.

Research and Invention Category
Nydia Lee (F.4S), Charlotte Ma and Noelle Pang (F.4T) won :
the Best Project Award
1st Place Award (Chemistry and Materials Category)
Emerson Award (Material Science)
$3000 scholarship.

Zita Ng and Katarina Shing (F.3S) and Ella So (F.3T) won :
1st Place Award (Energy and Environmental Science Category)
Emerson Award (Environmental Science)
$2000 scholarship.

Annie Suen and Vanessa Yu (F.5P) together with Rachel Tse (F.5U) obtained :
3rd Place Award (Chemistry and Materials Category)
ASM Material Science Education Foundation Award

Apart from those, 6 teams of Paulinians also received merit awards. They were :
Vivian Fung (F.4S ) and Joy Lee (F.4A) in the Chemistry and Materials Category
Yanni Leung (F.3T), Emma Wu (F.3A) and Angelika Tamang (F.3L) in the Biology and Health Category
Karina Chung (F.3T) and Kate Liu (F.3A) in the Energy and Environment Category
Cindy Yeung (F.5S), Moreen Ho (F.5T) and Annalise Tsang (F.5U) in the ICT Category (F.4-6 Section)
Abigail Chua (F.3S), Belle Ngan (F.3P) and Danielle Hau (F.2P) in the ICT Category (F.1-3 Section)
Joanna Keung and Jessie Ko (F.5L) in the category of STEM activity.

Science Fiction Drawing Competition

Karen Kwok (F.2A) was awarded Champion with her painting titled “Our Past – Our Future”. Through her artwork, she shared her visions and imaginations of our lifestyle and environment in the future.
Cheri Cheng (F.1S), Audrey Lam (F.1P), Violet Lau (F.2T), Belle Hui (F.2A) and Angie Tang (F.2L) were awarded merit awards.

Congratulations to all winners!

The Dictation Competition (Dictee)
Every year, our students participated actively in the Dictee organized by the Association of Teachers of French in Hong Kong and Macau (AFLE). This year, the competition took place at the end of March. Students were given passages to prepare and on the day of the competition, a similar passage would be read. There are 6 categories altogether: A1.1, A1.1, A2a, A2b, B1a, B1b and the highest level is B2. Out of the 5 categories that our girls joined, we got the highest mark in 3 of them! The winners are:

1. Rin Kimura (2A) - she joined A2a
2. Prabhsharan Kaur (4A) - she joined B1a
3. Zefanya Ekaputri Hermansjah (5L) - she joined B2

They were awarded a certificate and some French books. Congratulations girls, bravo!

1st Future Engineer Grand Challenge
1st Future Engineer Grand Challenge was organised by Hong Kong STEM Education Alliance and co-organised by the National Youth Future Engineer Exhibition cum Competition Committee, the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) (Hong Kong Section), the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) (Hong Kong) and the STEAM Education and Research Centre of Lingnan University. The competition is supported by the Education Bureau. It aims to nurture students’ innovativeness, creativity, collaboration and problem solving skills through designing and making an artefact with the theme of “Smart Citizen”. The prize presentation ceremony was held on 30th March 2019 and our Paulinians got great results:

The following teams got Third Class Awards:
Jojo Lai, Anson To, Natalie Fung and Jenny Lee (F.4S) with their project “Light up my Life”
Ellen Chan (F.4T), Katrina Cheung (F.4P), Kelly To (F.4A) with their project “Carbonfort”
Zoelle Suo (F.3S), Jenny Jiang (F.3T), Vian Lam (F.3L) with their project “ConSulenT”
Janice Chan, Eageon Lai, Eylse Wu, Sunnie Chan (F.3S), Andrea Chan (F.3A) with their project ADHDreamer
Belle Ngan (F.3P), Abigail Chua (F.3S), Danielle Hau (F.2P), with their project “The Wheel Connect”
Danielle Hau, Priscilla Chow, Charlotte Suen (F.2P) with their project “Robotic hand”
Each team was awarded a trophy, $1000 cash prize and individual certificates.

The following teams got the Merit Awards:
Regine Tam (F.5T), Carmen Lam and Vera Kwok (F.5P) with their project MIND-FO
Janice Chan, Eageon Lai, Eylse Wu, Sunnie Chan (F.3S), Andrea Chan (F.3A) with their project EVOLution
Kaitlyn Chow (F.1A), Elinor Cheung and Lorrine Sum (F.1S) with their project tRAIN station

They were all awarded certificates. Congratulations to the winners.

STEM Robotics Competition 2019
The STEM Robotics Competition 2019 (Junior Secondary Section) co-organised by CUHK Electronic Engineering Department, Smart Kiddo and our school was successfully held on 23 March 2019. Their mission was to complete a series of robotics missions through computational thinking and coding. We hope the competition would nurture students’ interests in robotics, computer science and information technology, hone their problem-solving and logical thinking skills and strengthen their ability to communicate and cooperate effectively. Janice Chan, Sunnie Chan and Eageon Lai (F.3S) won the champion among 32 participating schools. They were awarded a trophy and individual certificates.

Hong Kong Secondary School Peer Mediation Competition 2019
Five Paulinians participated in the Hong Kong Secondary School Peer Mediation Competition 2019 organized by the Joint Mediation Helpline Office and Rotary International District 3450. After 3 intensive rounds of simulated mediations, the team was declared 2nd runner-up out of 20 participating schools in Hong Kong. The team members were Cherine Chan, Tiffannie Chan, Othilia Chan and Ada Cheung (F.5P) and Nicole Lee (F.5A). The team was also given $1000 cash award. We were privileged to be trained by two HKMAAL accredited mediators from the Hong Kong Professional Mediation Association, Ms. Sara Law and Mr. Aaron Lau.

2019 Smart City Business Plan Competition
This year Madeline Leung (F.5S), Summa Wong (F.5T), Popo Fung (F.5T) and Moreen Ho (F.5T) formed a team and participated in the 2019 Smart City Business Plan Competition which is organized by the City University of Hong Kong. The campaign lasted from December 2018 to March 2019. Professor Godwin Wong (SPCS Professor in Residence), Mr. R. Li (EITP teacher) and Mr. T. K. Yam (BTEC teacher) offered an intensive training course to the students. Upon the submission of their business plan, the team was selected as one of the 10 finalists. On 23 March 2019, the team presented their work and attended the Q&A session. Owing to their creative ideas, interesting role play, coherent presentation and outstanding responses to questions from the four-judge panel, the team finally won the Champion and received the Best Creativity Award.

71st Hong Kong Schools Music Festival


With 91 marks gained, our Junior Choir has taken home the first position in the Secondary School Choir Finals (Second Division) - Girls' Choir Section in the 71st Hong Kong Schools Music Festival. The choir will enter into the finals on 21st March 2019 to compete against other finalists. Congratulations to the Junior Choir!


Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prizes 2019


The 32nd Awards Presentation Ceremony of the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund was held on 17th March, 2019. Verena Yiu (F.6S) and Clare Li (F.6U) received the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prizes as well as HK$1000 each for their outstanding academic achievements, leadership, active participation in extra-curricular activities and devotion to community service. Congratulations!


“Through Young Eyes Inspiring Stories of Hong Kong Women Film Competition”
The prize presentation ceremony of the Through Young Eyes Inspiring Stories of Hong Kong Women Film Competition, organised by the Hong Kong Federation of Women, was held on 5 March 2019. Virginia Choi, Caesaria Lee, Ellie Tsang, Crystal Yip and Joyce Yuen (F.2S) finished in second place with their film “metoo-Vera's story”, whereas Marissa Chan, Valerie Chen, Minnie Chung, Wing Mok and Justina Yip (F.2T) took home the fifth place with their film “#Dream or not to dream?”. They were awarded with certificates. Moreover, two members from each team represented Hong Kong to participate in United Nations Women meeting in New York in March. Congratulations!

The Artistic Swimming Age Group Competition 2019


The Artistic Swimming Age Group Competition 2019, organized by the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association, was held on 3 March 2019, at the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool. In the Junior Section, Serena Chin of F.4U was the 3rd Runner-up of the Figure event.


Inter-School Athletics Competition (Division One) 2018-2019
The Inter-School Athletics Competition, organized by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, was held at the Wan Chai Sports Ground on 27 February, 5 and 8 March 2019. After rounds of keen competition, we were very glad to take home the 3rd runner-up in Girls Grades A, B, C Overall and Girls Overall.
In Grade C, Stephanie Lee (F.1A), Iyana Lau (F.2T), Kaly Ching (F.2L) and Sabrina Ko (F.2L) were 3rd runners-up in shot put, 800m, high jump, 100m hurdles events respectively. Our relay team which was made up of Farrah Li (F.2S), Iyana Lau (F.2T), Ashley Lo (F.2T) and Celina Liu (F.2T) obtained 2nd runner-up in 4x400m event.
In Grade B, Ellie Law (F.4T) was the champion of the shot put event. Chelsea Chung (F.4S), Angel Chan (F.4T), Jody Wat (F.3S) and Sharon Lai (F.3U) were 2nd runners-up in long jump, high jump, 100m hurdles, and discus events respectively. Jody Wat (F.3S), Carissa To (F.3P), Latisha Au (F.3L) and Chelsea Chung (F.4S) who formed the 4x100m relay team won 2nd runner-up in the event.
In Grade A, the relay team formed by Janice Lee (F.3T), Kristie Chou (F.5S), Winsome Liu (F.5S) and Daisy Chin (F.6T) took home 2nd runner- up in the 4x100m event.
While the Wanchai Sportsground was full of cheers on the day of the final events, our school hall was also filled with love, support and strong school spirit. Several alumni of the Athletics Team who already graduated from school demonstrated their strong school spirit by hosting the live broadcast for all F.1 to F.3 Paulinians and teachers. The entire audience cheered unreservedly for our dear SPCS athletes while witnessing their efforts, sweat and tears in the live broadcast of the relay events. It was certainly an afternoon full of excitement and joy. Once again, congratulations to all athletes. We are proud of you all!

The 55th Hong Kong Schools Dance Festival (2018-2019)
The 55th Hong Kong Schools Dance Festival (2018-2019), jointly organized by the Hong Kong Schools Dance Association Limited and the Hong Kong Education Bureau, is an annual inter-school competition that aims to promote dance activities in Hong Kong. Our school’s dance teams, comprising dance teams in Chinese dance, Modern dance and Western dance respectively, achieved brilliant results in this year’s competition with a total of 10 Honours Awards and 1 Highly Commended Award. The Modern Dance Team has also won the overall first runner-up in the secondary school section.

Jockey Club UNESCO Hong Kong Association Global Citizenship Education Project Script Writing Competition
Our students received excellent results in the “Jockey Club UNESCO Hong Kong Association Global Citizenship Education Project Script Writing Competition”, organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The script 《左右》which was written by a team of 10 students won the first position in the secondary section. The members were Cheung Wing Ki Meko (F.5S), Liu Wing Tung Winsome (F.5S), Chow Tsz Yau Tiffany (F.5S), Ko Hau Wun Jessie (F.5L), Luk Ho Yan Katie (F.5U), Chung Wing Yu Karis (F.5A), Leung Sum Yi Valerie (F.5A), Cheung Sheryl (F.5T), Wong Ingrid Zoe (F.3L) and Cheng Chloe (F.3A). Another script 《蒙娜麗莎的詭異微笑》which was written by another team of 10 students obtained the second position in the secondary section. The members were Chan Ho Ching Coco (F.2T), Chu Pui Chi Angie (F.2T), Chen Wing Yuet Valerie (F.2T), Chow Huen Wai Vivian (F.2T), Kiang Audrey Rena (F.2P), Chan Hang Kei Crispina (F.2P), Chan Geneva Tsz Wai (F.2P), Chow Hey Mann Dawn (F.2P), Li Cheuk Wing Vanesse (F.2S) and Ng Tsz Ying Emily (F.2S). Their dramas were performed in the Global Citizenship Education Festival on 24th February 2019 in the Hong Kong Science Park. The performance was a great success and we won many praises. Congratulations to all students!

Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong Essay Writing Competition 2019
In February 2019, several students from SPCS took part in the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong Essay Writing Competition and three students were shortlisted. They were invited to attend the Prize Giving Ceremony on Saturday 2nd March in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. In the Junior Section, participants had to write about the bike sharing scheme in Hong Kong and Hannah Fok (F.3T) received a Merit Award, while Belle Ngan (F. 3P) was the second runner-up. In the Senior Section, students discussed the issue of driverless vehicles and Noelle Pang (F.4T) was the champion. All the prize winners were praised for their essay writing skills and the amount of research they had conducted into various transport issues in Hong Kong. Well done to all prize winners!

e-Quiz Competition Term 2 Series 2018 – 2019


The e-Quiz Competition was organized by the Modern Educational Research Society Limited. The Term 2 series was held from February to April 2019. Evonne Lo (F.2A) was the Champion in the F.2 section and Gladys Charm (F.3A) was the 1st runner-up in the F.3 section. Our school was the Overall Champion in this series and received the Best Participating School Award. Congratulations!


“Samsung Solve for tomorrow” 2018
The prize presentation ceremony of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow 2018 Competition, organized by Samsung Hong Kong, was held on 27 January 2019. Regine Tam (F.5S), Vera Kwok (F. 5T) and Carmen Lam (F.5P) received the Merit Award. They were presented certificates and $5,000 Samsung products. Jojo Lai, Natalie Fung and Anson To (F. 4S) got the Bronze Award and they were awarded certificates, $20,000 cash and $10,000 Samsung products. Congratulations to all the winners.

Lady Jane’s Guide Award
Natalie Pun from F.6L has recently obtained the Lady Jane’s Guide Award, which is the highest honour granted in the Girl Guides category. The award presentation ceremony was successfully held on 20 January 2019. Natalie has demonstrated excellent performance in aspects including community involvement, world guiding knowledge, personal development, guide skills and leadership. Congratulations to Natalie!

2018 Wan Chai District Outstanding Young Persons Selection
Meko Cheung (F.5S) was selected by the Wan Chai District Youth Programme Committee as one of the ten winners of the Wan Chai District Outstanding Young Persons Selection 2018 (Secondary School Section). Meko was judged on her special talents in Cantonese Opera, strong leadership and outstanding academic performance. The prize presentation ceremony took place on 12 January 2019 at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium. Meko was awarded a certificate and a HKD 1,000 book coupon. Congratulations!

The HVAA HK Youth Athletics Meet
The HVAA HK Youth Athletics Meet, organised by HVAA, was held on 12th January, 2019 at Wan Chai Sports Ground.

In grade U16, Jody Wat (F.3S) was 2nd runner-up in the 100m hurdles event. In the discus event, Suyasha Mohan (F.3A) was 2nd runner-up and Sharon Lai (F.3U) was 1st runner-up. Gladys Cheung (F.3A) was the champion in the shot put event. Sharon Lai (F.3U) was the champion in the javelin event. The relay team which consisted of Jenny Chan (F.1S), Emily Ng (F.2S), Tiffany Kam and Sabrina Ko (F.2L) came third in the 4x100m relay event. Angela Tam (F.1S), Charlotte Chan (F.2U), Jody Wat (F.3S) and Carissa To (F.3P) won the champion in the 4x100m relay event.
In grade U18, Chelsea Chung (F.4S) was 1st runner-up in the long jump event. Ellie Law (F.4T) was the champion in the shot put event. Kristie Chou (F.5S) was 1st runner-up in the 200m event. Janice Lee (F.3T), Chelsea Chung (F.4S), Susanna Ng (F.4T) and Kristie Chou (F.5S) who formed a relay ream won 1st runner-up in the 4x100m relay event.
Congratulations to all winners!

"What is EE" Microfilm Competition
The prize presentation ceremony of the What is EE Microfilm Competition, organized by the Department of Electronic Engineering of the City University of Hong Kong, was held on 9 January 2019 . Four teams from our school achieved amazing results. They were:
Team 1 (Merit Award): Meko Cheung (F. 5S) and Karis Chung (F.5A)
Team 2 (Merit Award): Jojo Lai, Natalie Fung, Anson To (F.4S) and Janice Hung (F.4T)
Team 3 (Merit Award): Kitty Lam, Carolyn Leung, Natalie Chow, Kristy Li and Jasmine Kwong (F.4P)
Team 4 (2nd Runner-up): Zoelle Suo (F.3S) and Jenny Jiang (F.3T)
They were all awarded certificates, Starbucks and the Commercial Press vouchers. Congratulations!

Green Badge of Honour in the Popular Reading Award Scheme


Three students from our school joined the Popular Reading Award Scheme held by the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union and were awarded the Green Badge of Honour. The recipients are Feronica Cheung (F.1P), Nicole Lum (F.1P) and Emily Chiu (F.3U). Congratulations!


70th Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival

This year among all the entries we sent (English and Chinese), we are happy to say that our school was awarded a total of 29 Champion Places, 37 1st Runners-up, and 28 2nd Runners-up. Congratulations to all winners!

70TH HONG KONG SCHOOLS SPEECH (ENGLISH) FESTIVAL

CHAMPIONS GROUP ENTRIES

N96

Harmonic Speaking

F.3T

 

SOLO, DUO ENTRIES AND OTHER GROUP ENTRIES

U50

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.6S

Kwok Cheuk Yi Chelsea

U48

Solo Verse Speaking – Non - Open

F.5A

Lau Yan Ting

U48

Solo Verse Speaking -Non-Open

F.5U

Luk Ho Yan Katie

U164

Solo Prose Reading – Non-Open

F.4T

Ma Nok Yee Charlotte

U44

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.4A

Cheung Hoi Ching

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.4U
F.4U

Sit Hoi Ting Chloe
Wong Hoi Tung Jana

U46

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.4U

Wong Hoi Tung Jana

U45

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.4U

Sit Hoi Ting Chloe

U44

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.4U

Leung Rachel Wai Yee

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.3P
F.3L

Lam Lai Ting Lydia
Chan Yun Sze

U42

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.3A

Narasipuram Suyasha Mohan

U42

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.3A

Villanueva Roberta Kay Javalera

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.3U
F.3U

Kwok Cheuk Ying Serene
Au Pui Wa

K42

Solo Verse Speaking - Open

F.3U

Chan King Sum Julia

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.3L
F.3L

Au Latisha Tsz Yau
Lam Vian Rhona

N223

Dramatic Duologue

F.2T
F.2T

Chan Sum Yi Marissa
Chu Pui Chi Angie

U39

Solo Verse Speaking – Open

F.2P

Chow Hey Mann

U40

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2P

Chan Wing Yan Angela

U162

Solo Prose Reading – Non-Open

F.2P

Kiang Audrey Rena

1st RUNNER-UP GROUP ENTRIES

N96

Harmonic Speaking

F.3S

 

N96

Harmonic Speaking

F.3U

 

U107

Choral Speaking

F.2U

 

U106

Choral Speaking

F.1S

 

N94

Harmonic Speaking

F.1A

 

SOLO, DUO ENTRIES AND OTHER GROUP ENTRIES

N148

Solo Verse Speaking – Open

F.5T

Koo Tsz Kwan Queenie

N194

Public Speaking Solo

F.4S

Chung Wai Yu Chelsea

N221

Dramatic Scenes

F.4S
F.4T
F.4P
F.4A
F.4U
F.4U
F.4U

FUNG Natalie
MA Nok Yee Charlotte
LAI Sze Ching Jamie
CHEUNG Hoi Ching Bernice
KWOK Tsz Yat Sharon
SIT Hoi Ting Chloe
WONG Hoi Tung Jana

N199

Public Speaking Team - Open

F.4T
F.4U
F.4U

MA Nok Yee, Charlotte
WONG Hoi Tung, Jana
SIT Hoi Ting, Chloe

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.4T
F.4U

Ma Nok Yee Charlotte
Sit Hoi Ting Chloe

U44

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.4U

Kwok Tsz Yat Sharon

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.4P
F.4P

Chan Wing Tung
Li Iris

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.4A
F.4A

Cheung Hoi Ching
Cheung Tung Ching

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.4A
F.4A

Kaur Prabhsharan
Kwong Natalie Hoi Yang

E44

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.4L

Chow Cheuk Lam Venus

K41

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.3T

Fung Wing Lam Rachel

U42

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.3A

Ho Cheuk Yin

U42

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.3U

Kwok Cheuk Ying Serene

U40

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2S

Chan Ava Sze Ngai

U40

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2S

Ng Hayley

N223

Dramatic Duologue

F.2T
F.2T

Chen Wing Yuet
Lai Cheuk Ning

Y39

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2T

Chak Tsz Ching Sharon

N223

Dramatic Duologue

F.2P
F.2P

Chan Geneva Tsz Wai
Chan Lok Man Janice

N223

Dramatic Duologue

F.2A
F.2A

Kumar Kareena Kayla
Sarkar Manjori

U35

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1T

Chan Cheuk Lam Charlene

N223

Dramatic Duologue

F.1P
F.1P

Chung Sum Yee Belle
Luk Lok Yee Gabi

U36

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1A

Vijayakumar Yashica

2nd RUNNER-UP GROUP ENTRIES

U108

Choral Speaking

F.3P

 

SOLO, DUO ENTRIES AND OTHER GROUP ENTRIES

U48

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.5L

Wong Tsz Ching Ruby

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.4A
F.4P

Lee Sing Ching
Leung Hay Man

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.4A

Dulani Nandini
Lam Tsz Yuet

N9

Solo Verse Speaking – Open

F.4A

Dulani Nandini

N8

Solo Verse Speaking – Open

F.3T

Fung Wing Lam Rachel

U40

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2S

Ng Cheuk Wing Karis

U40

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2S

Au Wai Nam

U40

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2S

Cheuk Iris Yui Suet

N7

Solo Verse Speaking – Open

F.2P

Chan Lok Man Janice

N223

Dramatic Duologue

F.2P

Yau Chi Wan
Yue Lok Yin Hillary

U38

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2P

Chow Sze Ching

N193

Public Speaking Solo

F.2U

Lau Wing Kiu Niko

N145

Solo Prose Speaking - Open

F.2U

Lau Wing Kiu Niko

U35

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1S

Cheung Yuet Shan

U36

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1S

Ho Man Hei Jasmine

K35

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1P

Leung Wai Ying Katrina

 

十屆香港學校(中文)
集誦

名次

班別

項目

中文老師

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粵語散文集誦

H Law

冠軍

2L

粵語詩文集誦

A Li

亞軍

2T

普通話詩詞集誦

C Tsui

亞軍

1S

粵語散文集誦

V Tang

季軍

2U

粵語散文集誦

M Iu

季軍

1A

粵語詩文文集誦

K Chan

季軍

1U

粵語散文集誦

S Lai

季軍

1L

粵語詩詞集誦

K Chan

個人及二人項目 :

名次

組別

得獎同學

亞軍

中一、二級粵語二人朗誦

中二施      吳芷瑩
中二安      劉穎蕎

冠軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學四年級)

中四施   鍾瑋妤

冠軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學三、四年級)

中四安   曾潔盈

冠軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學二年級)

中二施   黃子殷

冠軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中二施   黃子殷

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普通話散文獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中二施   黃子殷

冠軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中二德   陳穎玥

冠軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一施   余詠楠

亞軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學四年級)

中四施      鍾瑋妤

亞軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學三、四年級)

中四施      馮    蔚

亞軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學二年級)

中二施      黃子殷

亞軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學二年級)

中二保      陳幸祺

亞軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學二年級)

中二保      陳穎恩

亞軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學二年級)

中二璐      伍卓楠

亞軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一德      李可欣

亞軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一德      余芷淇

季軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學三、四年級)

中三施      呂嘉晴

季軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學三、四年級)

中三施      呂嘉晴

季軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學三年級)

中三保      許綽芝

季軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學二年級)

中二施      吳芷瑩

季軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中二德      林卓瑩

季軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一施      余詠楠

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中一德      余芷淇

 

 


Jockey Club UNESCO Hong Kong Association Global Citizenship Education Project Script Writing Competition
Our students received excellent results in the “Jockey Club UNESCO Hong Kong Association Global Citizenship Education Project Script Writing Competition”, organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, of which results were released on 20 December 2018. After participating in different activities, such as GCE lectures, script writing workshops, study visits and performance training, two teams of students wrote two scripts on the theme of climate change. The script 《左右》written by a team of 10 students won the first position in the secondary section. The members were Cheung Wing Ki Meko (F.5S), Liu Wing Tung Winsome (F.5S), Chow Tsz Yau Tiffany (F.5S), Ko Hau Wun Jessie (F.5L), Luk Ho Yan Katie (F.5U), Chung Wing Yu Karis (F.5A), Leung Sum Yi Valerie (F.5A), Cheung Sheryl (F.5T), Wong Ingrid Zoe (F.3L) and Cheng Chloe (F.3A). While the script 《蒙娜麗莎的詭異微笑》written by another team of 10 students obtained the second position in the secondary section. The members were Chan Ho Ching Coco (F.2T), Chu Pui Chi Angie (F.2T), Chen Wing Yuet Valerie (F.2T), Chow Huen Wai Vivian (F.2T), Kiang Audrey Rena (F.2P), Chan Hang Kei Crispina (F.2P), Chan Geneva Tsz Wai (F.2P), Chow Hey Mann Dawn (F.2P), Li Cheuk Wing Vanesse (F.2S) and Ng Tsz Ying Emily (F.2S). The winning teams will further be given ten hours of stage production and performance training by Hong Kong Repertory Theatre so that their drama will be performed in the Global Citizenship Education Festival in February 2019 in the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks. Congratulations to all students!

Grantham Scholarships Fund for Visual Arts 2018
Kelly To from Class 4A was awarded “Grantham Scholarships Fund for Visual Arts 2018”. The prize presentation ceremony was held on 20th December 2018 in Hong Kong City Hall.

Established by the Grantham Scholarships Fund in 2017, the Grantham Scholarships Fund for Visual Arts aims to recognise the abilities and achievements of members of the youth in visual arts. Kelly To (F. 4A) who is one of our art students was awarded the scholarship in Junior group after attending the examination with a professional judging panel. In addition to HK$8000 scholarship which Kelly was awarded, her artwork was also exhibited in City Hall for the public to appreciate.

The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2018
On 1st December, 2018, 9 students from Forms 3 and 4 were awarded prizes for their entries in The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2018 organized by The Royal Commonwealth Society.

In the Junior category, Kassie Kuek (F.3L) was awarded the Silver prize along with a $100 book coupon.

In the Senior category, Amber Chan (F.4P) was awarded the Gold prize and a $200 book coupon. While Rachel Tan (F.4P) and Mimi Fung (F.4T) were awarded the Silver prize and a $100 book coupon, Ellie Law (F.4T), Victoria Lee (F.4T), Kristie Wong (F.4T), Prudence Mok (F.4T), and Chloe Yau (F.4T) were all awarded the Bronze prize for their entries.

The judges were very complimentary of all the students. Congratulations to all winners!

The Inter-School Badminton Competition (Hong Kong Island Division One)
The Inter-School Badminton Competition (Hong Kong Island Division One), organized by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, was held at Chai Wan Sports Centre on 24th November, 2018.

Our school’s badminton team was the 1st Runner-up in Grade A category. The team members are Christie Maw and Cindy Yeung of F.5S, Charmy Pak of F.5A, Maisy Mok of F.4T, Anika Kong of F.3T, Camille Wong of F.3A, Sienna Ho of F.2T and Sonia Lai of F.2L. Congratulations! Our school’s badminton team was the Champion in Grade B category. The team members are Carey Yue of F.4S, Victoria Tsui of F.4L, Vienne Wong of F.3S, Elizabeth Ng of F.3T, Elaine Wong of F.3P, Christie Kwong of F.3L and Virginia Choi of F.2S. Congratulations!

2018 Hong Kong Island Outstanding Students Award
Meko Cheung (F.5S) and Sunnie Chan (F.3S) were among the ten Hong Kong Island Outstanding Students 2018 in the Senior Section and the Junior Section respectively. After a selection from over a hundred candidates by the Hong Kong Island School Heads Association and two rounds of interviews, they won based on their academic performance, leadership, special talents and involvement in community service. The prize presentation ceremony took place on 24 November 2018 and both winners were awarded a trophy, book coupon and three free air tickets sponsored by Hong Kong Airlines. Congratulations!

French Speech Competition 2018 Prose Reading
On Friday, November 23rd, 13 students from Forms 1 to 4 took part in the Prose Reading section of the Hong Kong French Speech Competition and the results were excellent, with SPCS sweeping the board in all categories.

In the Form 1 section, Shiori Fu (F.1A) was the winner with an amazing 100 marks, Yashica Vijayakumar and Puneet Kaur (both from F.1A) were joint second and Sursharan Kaur, also of 1A, was third.

In Form 2, SPCS also took the top three places. Manjori Sarkar (F.2A) came first, Diana Gamboa (2A) was second and Lauren Cooke (F.2A) came third.

In the Form 3 competition, Suyasha Narasipuram (F.3A) was the winner, with Tvesha Kumar (F.3A) coming third.

And finally, in the Form 4 section, Serena Lam (F.4A) was the champion and Prabhsharan Kaur, also from F.4A, came third. It must be mentioned that Serena’s performance so impressed the judges that she was awarded 104 marks out of 100!

Congratulations to all the competitors!

The All Hong Kong Schools Jing Ying Badminton Tournament


The All Hong Kong Schools Jing Ying Badminton Tournament, organized by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, was held at Choi Hung Road Sports Centre, on 22nd November, 2018. Christie Maw and Cindy Yeung obtained the Merit Award in doubles section. Congratulations!


中國可持續發展教育20年卓越團隊
按中國聯合國教科文組織全國工作委員會指示,為貫徹聯合國教科文組織教育促進可持續發展的有關精神,委員會決定在全國各地區評選可持續發展教育卓越團隊。經評審後,本校獲評為「中國可持續發展教育20年卓越團隊」,以表彰本校在可持續發展教育的貢獻。

72nd SCAA Annual Inter-school Athletics Meet
The 72nd SCAA Annual Inter-school Athletics Meet, organized by the South China Athletic Association, was held on 18th and 25th November, 2018 at Wan Chai Sports Ground.

In grade C, Emily Ng (F.2S) was the 1st Runner-up in the long jump event. Iyana Lau (F.2T) was 2nd Runner-up in 800m event. Kaly Ching (F.2L) was 2nd Runner-up in the high jump event. Sabrina Ko (F.2L) was 2nd Runner-up in 100m hurdles event. Iyana Lau, Celina Liu and Ashley Lo (F.2T) and Katie Chow (F.2P) won 2nd Runner-up in 4x400m relay event.

In grade B, Angel Chan (F.4T) was 1st Runner-up in the high jump event. Ellie Law (F.4T) was the champion in the shot put event. Jody Wat (F.3S), Carissa To (F.3P), Chelsea Chung and Jenny Lee (F.4S) won 1st Runner-up in the 4x100m relay event.

In grade A, Kristie Chou (F.5S) was 1st Runner-up in the 200m event. Daisy Chin (F.6T) was 2nd Runner-up in the high jump event. Janice Lee (F.3T), Winsome Liu and Kristie Chou (F.5S) and Daisy Chin (F.6T) won the champion in 4x100m relay event.

Our team also won 1st Runner-up in Girls Grade A, B and C Overall Position. Congratulations to all winners!

TCAA Age Group Athletic Meet


The TCAA Age Group Athletic Meet, organized by The Citizen Athletic Association, was held on 17th November, 2018 at Wan Chai Sports Ground. In grade B, Ellie Law (F.4T) was the champion in the shot put event. Congratulations!


French Speech Competition 2018
On Friday November 16th, 6 students from Forms 4 and 5 took part in the 9th Hong Kong French Speech Competition, with excellent results.

In the Form 4 section (Poem A), Nandini Dulani (F.4A) was the champion, while in Poem B, Natalie Kwong (F.4A) was also the champion.

In the Form 5 section, Maria Guzman (F.5L), with a very demanding poem, came third.

Congratulations and well done to all the competitors on their hard work!

BASF Kids’ Lab Experiment Challenge
On 10th November, 2018, the 2018 BASF Kids’ Lab Experiment Challenge Final Round cum Award Ceremony was held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Two teams from our school were shortlisted by a panel of judges and were invited to present their ideas to them. Elizabeth Law (F.4A) and Huey Lee (F.4A) won 2nd Runner-up with their project, “Where’s My Water Bottle?”. Each of them was awarded $400 book coupons. Phoebe Suen (F.3S) and Zita Zhang (F.3T) entered the final round with their project, “Raining rainbow experiment” and were one of the six finalists. Congratulations to them all!

French Speech Competition 2018
On Friday November 9th, 11 students from Forms 1 and 3 took part in the 9th Hong Kong French Speech Competition, with 9 of them winning prizes.

In the Form 1 section (Poem A), Isabella Chan-Combrink (F.1A) was the champion and Shiori Fu (F.1A) was second. Meanwhile in the Poem B section, Yashica Vijayakumar (F.1A) was second with Puneet Kaur (F.1A) third.

The results were also outstanding in the Form 3 section. In the Poem A category, Yurika Kawasaki (F.3L) gained second place with Roberta Villanueva (F.3A) third, while in the Poem B section, Suyasha Narasipuram (F.3A) was the champion, Omeet Kaur (F.3L) was second and Bindhiya Thiruvenkadam (F.3T) third. The judge was so impressed with Suyasha’s performance that she was awarded an amazing score of 100 marks!

Congratulations and well done to all the competitors on their hard work!

18th Awarding Program for Future Scientists organized by the China Association for Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Academy of Engineering, National Natural Science Foundation of China and H. S. Chau Foundation Limited
The final judging of 18th Awarding Program for Future Scientists (第十八屆「明天小小科學家」獎勵活動) was successfully held in Beijing, from 30th October to 4th November 2018. 130 finalists were selected from 2,472 contestants from 23 provinces, cities and autonomous regions of China. Contestants were judged based on their performance in a written test on scientific knowledge, an integrated assessment on personal quality and a project presentation. Rachel Lam (F.6P) won 2nd Place Award with her project entitled “‘Ironic’ Saviour - Green Synthesis of Iron Nanoparticles for Degradation of Dye and Removal of Metal Ions”. She received a medal, a certificate and a scholarship of RMB ¥10,000. An extra RMB ¥10,000 was presented to the school as recognition for support to her.

Wan Chai District Age Group Athletic Meet 2018
The Wan Chai District Age Group Athletic Meet 2018, organized by the LCSD, took place at the Wan Chai Sports Ground on 4th November, 2018.

In grade D, Sabrina Ko (F.2L) won the champion in the 100m hurdles event. Chelsea Chung (F.4S) and Angel Chan (F.4T) were the champions in the long jump and high jump event respectively. Ellie Law (F.4T) also took home the champion and broke the record in the shot put event. Iyana Lau, Celina Liu, Ashley Lo (F.2T) and Katie Chow (F.2P) won the champion in the 4x400m relay.

STEM Knowledge Quiz Competition
The prize giving ceremony of “STEM Knowledge Quiz Competition” organized by the Hong Kong Federation of Education Workers was held on 3 November 2018. With the participation of all Paulinians, our school obtained the Overall Championship and the Most Participating School Award. Besides, Gladys Charm of F.3A was the 1st runner-up in the Junior Secondary Section while Heidi Fung won the Merit Award in the Senior Secondary Section. Congratulations to all Paulinians!

「戲劇夢飛行」——學生普通話戲劇推廣大使培育計劃
由香港語常會支持,香港語文教育基金撥款,香港理工大學、香港專上學院主辦的「戲劇夢飛行」——學生普通話戲劇推廣大使培育計劃,旨在糅合普通話及戲劇表演兩大元素,透過舉辦各種適合中學生參與的普通話培訓活動,提升學生的普通話應用水平。2018年10月27主辦方在九龍公園廣場舉辦了活動成果展覽及頒獎禮。由中四德班陳軒潁、莫艾蓓、邱凱妍,中四安班梁慧怡和中三璐班沈華清,以及中二德班劉可沁、陳可程、陳穎玥同學組成的我校參賽隊伍,在本次活動中表現出色。她們憑藉自編自導自演話劇《我們正青春》,在24所學校參加的戲劇匯演中脫穎而出,入圍八支優秀隊伍(未設名次),並在隨后由八支隊伍參加的戲劇專題展板設計比賽中榮獲亞軍。

e-Quiz Competition Term 1 Series 2018 – 2019
The e-Quiz Competition was organized by the Modern Educational Research Society Limited. The Term 1 series was held from October to December 2019. Evonne Lo (F.2A) got the 1st runner up and Ella Tsang (F.2S) got the 2nd runner-up in the F.2 section. Our school was the Overall Champion in this series and received the Best Participating School Award. Congratulations!

Create Your District" Video Competition


The prize giving ceremony of "Create Your District" Video Competition organized by the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors was held on 27th October 2018. Madeline Leung and Cindy Yeung of F.5S, together with Jessie Ko of F.5L, were the Champion of the Competition. Their video "My Wan Chai District" also won the Creativity Award. They were awarded with trophies, certificates and a total of $16,500 cash. Congratulations!


Inter-School Fencing Competition (2018-2019)


The Inter-School Fencing Competition, jointly organized by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation and the Hong Kong Fencing Association, was held at Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park Sports Centre on 21st October, 2018. Sylvia Lau of F.6A was the 2nd Runner-up of the A Grade Foil event. Congratulations!


The Greater Bay Area Zou Zhenxian Cup (Dongguan) Youth Athletics Invitation Tournament 2018
Our school's athletics team was invited to attend the Greater Bay Area Zou Zhenxian Cup (Dongguan) Youth Athletics Invitation Tournament 2018, held by the Dongguan Bureau of Sports and the Dongguan Bureau of Education, on 19th -21st October 2018, at the Dongcheng Sports Park in Dongguan City.

In the Junior Section, Emily Ng (F.2S) won 2nd runner-up in the long jump event. Farrah Li and Emily Ng (F.2S), Tiffany Kam (F.2L) and Latisha Au (F.3L) won the champion in the 4x100m event.

In the Senior Section, Winsome Liu (F.5S) won 1st runner-up in the long jump event. Daisy Chin (F.6T) was the champion in the high jump event. Janice Lee (F.3T), Kristie Chou and Winsome Liu of (F.5S) and Daisy Chin (F.6T) won 1st runner- up in the 4x100m event.

Overall, our school came 4th in the Junior Section and 2nd in the entire event. Congratulations to all winners!

Apart from this, we also visited the Dongguan City Planning Exhibition Gallery and learnt more about the place. It was a rewarding experience for all.

Asics HK Junior Age Group Athletic Championship 2018
The Asics HK Junior Age Group Athletic Championship 2018, organised by the Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association, was held on 13th -14th and 20th -21st October, 2018 at the Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground.

In grade C, Karina Tsang (F.2S) won the 1st runner-up in the javelin event. Charlotte Chan (F.2U) was the 2nd runner-up in the 100m hurdles event. Emily Ng (F.2S), Iyana Lau and Ashely Lo (F.2T) and Katie Chow (F.2P) won the 2nd runner-up in the 4x400m relay event.

In grade B, Ellie Law (F.4T) and Chelsea Ting (F.4A) won the champion and 2nd runner-up in the shot put event and 1500m event respectively. Karina Kwong (F.3T), Alison Chan (F.4T), Serena Lam and Chelsea Ting (F.4A) won the 2nd runner-up in the 4x400m relay event. Congratulations to all winners!


"1017 Say No to Eating" video Competition


The prize giving ceremony “1017 Say No to Eating” Video Competition organised by the Hong Kong Church Network for the poor was held on 13th October 2018. Karis Chung of F.5A got 1st runner-up and the Creativity Award in the Secondary Schools Section with her video “Care for poverty, share the resources”. Karis’s video also won the Most Like Award. Karis was awarded crystal trophies, certificates and a total of $900 dollars Health Club coupons. Congratulations!


Australian National Chemistry Quiz 2018
Some of our F.5 and F.6 students attained excellent results in the Australian National Chemistry Quiz 2018 which was organized by the Royal Australian Chemical Institute and the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education. The result was released on 8th October 2018. Seven students obtained the high distinction excellence awards. They are Yasmine Chan (F.6S), Kelly Ng (F.6P), Doris Fu (F.6A), Michelle Cheung (F.5S), Shanie Ling (F.5S), Kristy Tang (F.5S) and Regina Cheung (F.5T). Madeline Leung (F.5S) scored 100% in the quiz and received the “Excellence Award Badge”. 30 students also received High distinction awards, 43 students received Distinction awards and 25 others received Credit awards. Congratulations!

“Connecting Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge with Innovation and Technology” Online Competition


The prize giving ceremony of “Connecting Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge with Innovation and Technology” Online Competition organized by Mingpao was held on 4th October 2018. With the participation of all Paulinians, our school received the Most Participating School Award. Congratulations!


The Watsons Annual Challenge 2018


The Watsons Annual Challenge 2018 organized by the Watsons Athletic Club was held from 29th September to 1st October, 2018 at the Wan Chai Sports Ground. In Girls U16, Carissa To of Class 3P was the champion in the 4x100m relay event. In Girls U16, Sharon Lai of Class 3U was the 1st runner up in the discus event. In Girls U16, Chloe Mui of Class 4P was the 2nd runner up in the discus event. In Girls U16, Ellie Law of Class 4T was the champion in the shot put event. In Girls U18, Daisy Chin of Class 6T was the 2nd runner up in the U18 high jump event. Congratulations to all winners!


The 10th Dancesport Open Competition of Wan Chai District


The 10th Dancesport Open Competition of Wan Chai District, organized by Wan Chai District Council, was held on 30 September 2018 at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium. Angela Lau of F.2T was the 1st Runner-up of Samba, Paso Doble (SPD) section (12-13 Age Group). She was also the 2nd Runner-up of Chacha, Rumba, Jive (CRJ) section (12-13 Age Group). Congratulations!


Charity Fun Run 2018


The Charity Fun Run 2018 – Tseung Kwan O Station, organized by the PB runners and Life Commitment Charity Club, was held in Tseung Kwan O on 25th September, 2018. In the 2005-2007 category, Iyana Lau of F.2T was the Champion in the 3km event. Congratulations!


The ADSF Asian Single Dance Championship


The ADSF Asian Single Dance Championship, organized by the Hong Kong Dancesport Association, was held on 14 September 2018 at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium. Angela Lau of F.2T was the Champion of the Chacha, Rumba, Jive (CRJ) as well as the Samba, Paso Doble (SPD) sections (12-15 Age Group). Congratulations!


The HKTA League Prize Presentation Ceremony 2018


The HKTA League Prize Presentation Ceremony 2018 was held on 11th September, 2018. Ava Chan of F.2S was the 1st Runner-up in HKTA Spring League 2018 (Division B). Congratulations!


“Art in the City Short Films Contest”


The prize giving ceremony of “Art in the City Short Films Contest” organised by the City Culture Circle was held on 10 September 2018. Karis Chung (F.5A) won the Most Popular Short Film Award with her film “Tramways”. Congratulations!


Science Assessment Test 2018


Our students received excellent results in the Science Assessment Test 2018 organized by the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education. The prize presentation was conducted on 10 September 2018. Fifteen students obtained Diamond Awards. They are Alice Chau (F.4S), Gigi Cheng (F.4S), Anatasia Hau (F.4S), Desiree Ho (F.4S), Jojo Lai (F.4S), Abby Lau (F.4S), Ariel So (F.4S), Valerie Lam (F.4T), Ellie Law (F.4T), Charlotte Ma (F.4T), Cherry Chan (F.4P), Kelly Ko (F.4A), Charmaine Li (F.4A), Nicole Choi (F.4L) and Vera Yuen (F.4L). 21 students also received Gold awards and 9 others received Silver awards. Congratulations!


33rd China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest
Several Paulinians participated in the 33rd China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest held in Chongqing from 14 to 20 August, 2018. 470 students from 35 provinces, cities and autonomous regions of China were involved in the competition. In the category of Biochemistry, Verena Yiu (F.5S) and Maisie Luk (F.5T) presented their project “Reusable Lactase Hydrogel for Lactose Intolerants”. They achieved 2nd Place Award and received silver medals. In the Chemistry category, Jenna Wong (F.5A) obtained 3rd place award with her project “pH-Sensitive Hydrogel Beads for Oral Drug Delivery”. She was awarded a bronze medal.

Apart from joining the competition, our students had the opportunity to exchange scientific ideas with students from 57 different countries in the world. They also visited the Chongqing Liangjiang Robot Exhibition Center and experienced the technological advancement in the world’s largest market for robot applications.

In addition, Ingrid Li (F.3S) received the Outstanding Creative Award with her project “Sensory Seat System”, and in the category of Science Fiction Drawing, Phoebe Chui (F.2L) and Bindhiya Thiruvenkadam (F.2A) obtained a 2nd Place Award.

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The 2018 Greater Bay Juniors Tennis Championships


The 2018 Greater Bay Juniors Tennis Championships (2018 大灣區青少年網球邀請賽) , co-organized by the Huafa Sports Operations Management Company Limited (珠海華發體育運營管理有限公司) and the Zhuhai Tennis Promotion Association (珠海市網球促進會), was held at the Hengqin Tennis Center (橫琴國際網球中心), Zhuhai from 11th to 12th August, 2018. Karen Lui (F.4P) was one of the team members in Hong Kong team, which attained the 2nd runner-up in the 2018 Greater Bay Juniors Tennis Championships. Congratulations!


The Panasonic 14th Hong Kong Artistic Swimming Open Competition 2018


The Panasonic 14th Hong Kong Artistic Swimming Open Competition 2018, organized by the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association, was held from 26th to 29th July, 2018, at the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool. In the International Section, Nandini Dulani of F.4A was the Champion of the Free Team Category (Age 13 - 15). She was also the 1st Runner-up of the Combination Free Open Category. Besides, she was the 1st Runner-up of the Local Figure, Solo Free and Duet Free events. Serena Chin of F.4U was the 1st Runner-up of the Combination Free Open Category of the International Section and the Duet Free Local event (Age 16-18). Besides, she was the 2nd Runner-up of the Local Figure and Solo Free events (Age 16-18). Emily Lau of F.3S was the Champion of the Team Free Category of the International Section (Age 13-15). She was also the 1st Runner-up of the Duet Free Local event (Age 13-15). Congratulations to them all.


eQuiz Competition 2017-2018

The prize giving ceremony of the eQuiz Competition organised by the Modern Education Research Organization was held on 12 July 2018. With the participation of all F.1 to F.3 students, our school obtained excellent results. It is summarised as follows:

Term 2 Theme A Series:

Prize

Student

F.1 2nd runner-up

F.1L Vanessa Hui

F.2 2nd runner-up and Ocean Park Grand Prize

F.2L Gladys Charm

F.3 2nd runner-up

F.3S Nydia Lee


In this Series, our school was the 1st runner-up in the Secondary Schools Category.

Term 2 Theme B Series:

Prize

Student

F.1 1st runner-up

F.1S Sylvia Lam

F.2 Champion, Ocean Park Grand Prize, Ngong Ping 360 Grand Prize and Skechers Grand Prize

F.2L Gladys Charm

F.2 2nd runner-up

F.2S Sofie Chu


In this Series, our school was the Champion in the Secondary Schools Category and we received the Most Supportive School Award.

For the 2017-2018 eQuiz competition for all series, our school was the Overall Champion. Besides, we were also the Champion in the Hong Kong Island Schools Category and we received the Most Supportive School Award.

Congratulations to all Paulinians!

Secondary School Mathematics and Science Competition 2018
The award presentation ceremony of Secondary School Mathematics and Science Competition 2018 organized by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University was successfully held on 3 July 2018. Doris Fu of F.5A obtained a medal in the Biology section. Also, there were 4 High Distinction awards in Biology, 7 in Chemistry, 1 in Physics and 1 in Mathematics.

The Hong Kong Artistic Swimming Routine Competition, 2018


The Hong Kong Artistic Swimming Routine Competition, 2018, organized by the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association, subvented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, was held on 1st July, 2018, at the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool. Emily Lau of F.2P and Nandini Dulani of F.3A were the 1st Runner-up in the Duet event (Age 13-15). Nandini Dulani of F.3A was the 2nd Runner-up of the Solo event (Age 13-15). Serena Chin of F.3U was the 2nd Runner-up in both the Solo and Duet event (Age 16-18). Congratulations!


Hong Kong Smart City Summit cum Smart City Awards 2018
St. Paul’s Convent School wins the Smart City Award, 2018.

On June 11th, 2018, Sr. Margaret and teachers from SPCS were invited to the Hong Kong Conference and Exhibition Centre to take part in the ‘etnet’ Smart City Summit cum Award ceremony.

As an ‘Outstanding STEM Education School’, SPCS has taken a leading role in moving Hong Kong society forward in the promotion of the latest smart technology. From reusable lactase hydrogel, to mobile phone apps, to water purifiers, the school has applied its learning to produce an enviable range of innovations, all of which have sought to improve the quality of life of people in the real-world scenarios. Many of these STEM-related projects have already been widely recognized and won awards in both local and international competitions.

SPCS has been extraordinarily productive in coming up with new ideas based on STEM education, the organisers at ‘etnet’ decided to award SPCS the prize of ‘Smart City: Smart People’.

Harvard Book Prize Award Ceremony
On 1st June, 2018, the Harvard Book Prize Award Ceremony was held at La Salle College. The Harvard Book Prize Award in Hong Kong is presented to three outstanding students per school, in the next-to-graduating class, who “combine excellence in scholarship and high character, with achievements in other fields”. Three of our Form 5 students were recipients of the Harvard Book Prize. The winner from our school was Verena Yiu (F.5S) and the two runner-ups were Clare Li (5U) and Anson Yu (F.5U). All three students were awarded certificates and given books as souvenirs. Verena was awarded the book, “The Happiness Advantage” by Shawn Achor while Clare and Anson each received the book, “Making the Most of College” by Richard J. Light. Congratulations to Verena, Clare and Anson! Another highlight of the event was the very interesting and rousing talks given by two inspirational speakers, Shveitta Sethi Sharma and Mohammed Sam Shoushi, who shared their thoughts on pursuit of happiness. The evening ended with all the students feeling a sense of positivity to strive for success in life.

"Healthy Information for a Healthy Mind" Online Game Competition
The "Healthy Information for a Healthy Mind" Online Game Competition 2017 was organized by the Office for Film, Newspaper and Article Administration of the HKSAR Government. Katie Chow and Kelsey Lam of F.1P, Chloe Hau, Jackelyn Chu, Karena Chau, Sharon Ip, Sophie Ho and Yumi Tsang of F.2L, Carmen Lam and Lydia Xiong of F.4P, Anthea Yip of F.4A, Emily Leung, Kiki Chan, Karis Chung and Kristie Yan of F.4U, Chantelle Wong of F.4L and Natalie Chu of F.5U all obtained Merit awards. Each student was awarded a HK$100 cash coupon. Congratulations to the winners!

HSMC Computing Cup Competition


The HSMC Computing Cup Competition, organized by the Department of Computing of Hong Kong Management College, was held on 26th May, 2018. Emma Wu of F.2T won Merit Award with her Smart Traveller Planner App. This is a mobile app which finds a route that visits all the given points of interest whilst minimizing overall traveling time. She was awarded a pennant and HK$1000 cash. Congratulations!


The 18th Macao Age Group Artistic Swimming Championships, 2018


The 18th Macao Age Group Artistic Swimming Championships, 2018, organized by Associacao Geral de Natacao de Macau, China, was held from 25th to 27th May, 2018, at the Aquatic Center of the Olympic Sports Centre, Macau. Emily Lau of F.2P and Nandini Dulani of F.3A were the 1st Runners-up in the Free Team event (Age 13-15). Nandini Dulani of F.3A was also the 1st Runner-up in the Figure, Duet and Overall events (Age 13-15). In addition, she was the 2nd Runner-up in the Solo event (Age 13-15). Serena Chin of F.3U was the 1st Runner up of the Figure, Solo and Overall events (age 13-15), and was also the 2nd Runner-up of the Duet event (Age 15-18). Congratulations!


The Citizen Athletic Association Annual Athletic Meet


The Citizen Athletic Association Annual Athletic Meeting, organized by the Citizen Athletic Association, was held at the Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground on 26th May, 2018. Ellie Law of F.3T was the Champion of both the Shot Put and Discus events. Congratulations!


French Dictation Competition
On Friday 25th May, the prize presentation for the annual French Dictation Competition took place in the Alliance Francaise in Hong Kong. Two of our students had excellent results and won first prize in their respective categories. They are Emily Leung and Serena Lam, both of 3A. Their high scores gained them Honours awards, as well as fantastic prizes. Congratulations!

Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (HKSSDC)
Our Junior English Debating team recently participated in the 2017-2018 Hong Kong Secondary Schools’ Debating Competition and was declared the champion in the Grand Final on May 23, 2018. To qualify for the Grand Final, our team had 5 consecutive victories in Term 1 and Term 2. The Grand Final debating team was Nandini Dulani of F.3A, Bernice Cheung of F.3A and Starry Chow of F.3S. In the earlier rounds, the junior team members were Carol Chan of F.2A, Tara Au of F.2A, Zoe Wong of F.2A, Starry Chow of F.3S, Kristie Wong of F.3T, Serena Lam of F.3A, Nandini Dulani of F.3A, Bernice Cheung of F.3A, Jana Wong of F.3U and Cheryl Chan of F.3L. Our Junior Teams displayed strong critical thinking and presentation skills in all rounds. Lifting the Grand Final championship trophy, with Starry Chow of F.3S being declared the Best Speaker, was indeed a moment of immense pride and jubilation for everyone involved. Congratulations to the Junior English Debating Team!

The Bank of China (Hong Kong) 2018 Hong Kong Inter-school Badminton Team Championships


The Bank of China (Hong Kong) 2018 Hong Kong Inter-school Badminton Team Championships, organized by the Hong Kong Badminton Association, sponsored by BOCHK and subvented by LCSD, was held at Wai Tsuen Sports Centre on 22nd May, 2018.

Our team was the 1st Runner- up in the Girls’ Secondary School Junior Division. The team members were Carey Yue of F.3S, Maisie Mok of F.3T, Victoria Tsui of F.3L, Vienne Wong of F.2P, Elizabeth Ng of F.2A, Anika Kong and Elaine Wong of F.2U, Christie Kwong of F.2L, Virginia Choi, Natalie Choy and Karina Tsang of F.1S and Sonia Lai of F.1L. Congratulations!


SPCS Success in the Technovation global app development competition
Two teams from SPCS have made it to the Global Semifinals of the Technovation app development competition, following on from their success in the Hong Kong and Greater Bay Area Regional Celebration Finals, which were held on 20 May 2018 at Cyberport.

Four teams from the SPCS Enriched IT Programme took part in the Hong Kong event, which was kicked off with an inspirational speech from two of last year’s Senior Division HK winning team, Form 4 students Tivona Yeung of F.4S and Madeline Leung of F.4P. The entries were judged by an expert panel with representatives from business, government and academia.

In the senior division, Team Phage (Ellen Chan and Jolie Choi of F.3T and Katrina Cheung of F.3P) presented their app Carbonfort, a peer-to-peer carbon emissions trading system, and were awarded the Most Sustainable prize.

Three groups of students from Form 2 pitched their apps in the junior division. Team 2Pros (Charlotte Chan, Kassie Kuek, Cecilia Kwok and Katarina Shing of F.2P and Charley Lam of F.2U) presented their app Mentalspace which aims to help students manage stress and seek help for mental health problems through games, activities and information.

ConSulenT (Zoelle Suo, Jenny Jiang and Vian Lam of F.2T) invited judges and visitors to try their app of the same name. Attacking the problem of “nomophobia” or smartphone addiction, their app provides rewards for turning your phone over and not touching it for a period of time. It also tracks the time spent on different activities (with friends and family, schoolwork and exercise) and uses this to provide advice on living a balanced and healthy life.

Team Novaturient (Janice Chan, Andrea Chan, Sunnie Chan, Eageon Lai and Elyse Wu of F.2S) showed their app ADHDreamer. It includes games and activities to help people with ADHD, as well as tests, information and activities for the public to learn more about the condition.

ConSulenT won the award for Best Video Presentation at the HK event, while Team Novaturient took home the First Place award and both teams have scored highly enough in the international competition to enter the Global Semifinals – a great achievement! We wish them luck for the forthcoming rounds of the competition.

The Samsung 61st Festival of Sport - Hong Kong Junior Judo Championships 2018


The Samsung 61st Festival of Sport - Hong Kong Junior Judo Championships 2018, organized by the Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China, was held on 20th May, 2018, at Siu Sai Wan Sports Centre. Natalie Ng of F.1L was the 1st Runner-up in Group F -42kg category. Congratulations!


“Waste Less.Save Food” HKCEC Poster Design Competition 2018
“Waste Less.Save Food” HKCEC Poster Design Competition, 2018, was organised by the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Management) Limited in response to the Government’s initiative to promote food waste reduction. The event aimed to foster student and public awareness in “reducing food waste at source”. Students were required to design a poster with a creative slogan for the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre to promote the message of “Waste Less.Save Food” to event visitors and patrons of the restaurants. More than 300 poster designs were received from schools in Wanchai District.

Audrey Wong of F.3T was Champion, while Vera Yuen of F3L was the second runner-up in the competition. The prizes include certificates, dinner buffet coupons, and book coupons. Ava Chan of F.1S, Casey Yu of F.3P, and Tiffany Au of F. 3U obtained Merit awards. The prize ceremony was held on 19th May at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The Samsung 61st Festival of Sports Youth and Kids Athletics Day 2018


The Samsung 61st Festival of Sports Youth and Kids Athletics Day 2018, organized by the Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association, was held at the Wan Chai Sports Ground on 13th May, 2018. Ellie Law of F.3T was the Champion of the Shot Put event. Congratulations!


3 Hong Kong "Make Our Lives Easier with AI" App Enhancement Competition
3 Hong Kong "Make Our Lives Easier with AI" App Enhancement Competition was organized by the Communications Association of Hong Kong (CAHK). Participants had to add AI elements to an existing mobile application so as to enhance its functions and improve the users’ daily life. Moreen Ho of F.4P was the 2nd Runner-up with her suggested AI enhancements to the App of a famous Coffee Shop. The Prize Presentation Ceremony was held on 12 May, 2018. She was awarded a trophy and HK$1000 cash. Congratulations!

Cisco Challenge Global Solver Competition 2018
Natalie Chow of F.3P, Margaret Cheung of F.3A and Sharon Cheng of F.3L invented Bathsheba’s Collar, a smart IoT pet-monitoring system for the Cisco Challenge Global Solver Competition 2018. The Competition was held on 5th May, 2018 and the team got the Creativity Award. They were awarded certificates and HK$1000 book coupons. Congratulations!

St. Stephen’s College Debate Challenge
On 5th May, 2018, thirteen Paulinians represented SPCS in the inaugural St. Stephen’s College Debate Challenge. The team consisted of Carol Chan, Tara Au, and Suyasha Mohan of F. 2A, Jenny Jiang, Sharon Lai, Zoelle Suo and Stephanie Webb of F. 2T, and Audrey Kiang, Chrysilla Chan, Dawn Chow, Hillary Yue, Janice Chan, and Katie Chow of F. 1P. They competed against 20 local and international schools, and debated the motion “THBT e-cigarettes should be banned in Hong Kong” and “THBT government should intervene to prevent the gentrification of poor communities” , After a hard-fought contest they won through to the Quarter-Finals. They demonstrated outstanding persuasive and critical thinking skills throughout, and Zoelle Suo of F.2T won the Top Ten Speaker Award in the Secondary Division. Congratulations to all the debaters!

The 4th Age Group Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship


The 4th Age Group Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship, organized by the Hong Kong Joystars Academy Limited, was held at the Lai Chi Kok Community Hall on 1st May, 2018. Venus Chan of F.3A was the Champion of Age Group E1 Hoop event as well as the 2nd Runner-up in the Age Group D1 Ribbon event. She was also the 2nd Runner-up in the All-Round category of Novice C section. Congratulations!


Hong Kong Chemistry Olympiad for Secondary Schools (2017-18)
The final round of Hong Kong Chemistry Olympiad for Secondary Schools 2018, organized by the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education, the Hong Kong Chemical Society, the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Hong Kong Education Bureau, was held on 28th April, 2018. Vanessa Chan and Rachel Lam of F.5P together with Juliana Cao, Brittany Chan and Anson Yu of F.5U were the 1st Runners-up with their project “‘Ironic’ Saviour - Green Synthesis of Iron Nanoparticles for the Degradation of Dye and Removal of Metal Ions”. They were awarded a trophy, silver medals, $800 book coupons and certificates. Anson Yu also got the “Best Presenter Award” and received a trophy and a certificate. Congratulations!

“Digi-science” Video Production Competition for Hong Kong Secondary Schools 2018
The Prize-giving Ceremony of the “Digi-science” Video Production Competition for Hong Kong Secondary Schools, 2018, organized by the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education and the Hong Kong Council for Testing and Certification was successfully held on 28th April, 2018. In the senior secondary division, Juliana Cao and Brittany Chan of F.5U were the Champions with their video titled ‘Simple tests for metal ions in water samples’. They were awarded a trophy, $1000 book coupons and certificates. Congratulations!

MTR STEM Challenge
The MTR STEM challenge is a competition held by the MTR Corporation and Junior Achievement Hong Kong that aims to enhance students’ understanding of how STEM skills are applied in practice. Five F.3 students presented their project “Light up my Life” at the Competition Finals, on 28th April, 2018, and they won the Best Inclusive and Sustainable Community Design and Presentation Award. The students were Natalie Fung, Jojo Lai, Jenny Lee, Anson To of F.3S and Ellen Chan of F.3T. They won a trophy, certificates and book coupons. Congratulations!

The Wharf Hong Kong Secondary School Art Competition
“The Wharf Hong Kong Secondary School Art Competition" is an annual art competition held by Wharf Real Estate Investment Company Limited. The Group has run the art competition since 2011, and it aims to boost young people's creativity and foster their interests in arts and culture, with the ultimate goal of promoting art development in Hong Kong. This year it was held in association with the Hong Kong Arts Centre to celebrate the Centre's 40th anniversary and to further the common goal of supporting the artistic talents of young people. The prize giving ceremony was held on 22nd April, 2018.

Athena Lee of F.4U won a Merit award and also the ‘Arts at the Centre’ Special Award with her artwork “Hidden Victim”. She was awarded a cash prize, a book coupon and a cultural exchange tour to Japan. Kelly To of F.3A received an Honourable Mention for her artwork “Happiness in Mundane”. Their artwork will be exhibited in Times Square from 4th May to 10th May, 2018. In addition to exhibiting at Group's malls, including Harbour City, Times Square and Plaza Hollywood, the winning entries and other selected entries will be shown at the Pao Galleries in the Hong Kong Arts Centre to further share their creativity with locals and tourists alike.

2018 Hong Kong Inter-School Mock Trial Championship
On 21st and 22nd April, eight SPCS students took part in the 2018 Hong Kong Inter-School Mock Trial Championship at the University of Hong Kong. The Honorable Mr. Justice Jonathan Harris and Mr. Ian Grenville Cross SBS, QC, SC were the presiding judges this year. The SPCS Mock Trial team consisted of Laura Fung (F.5S), Clare Li (F.5U), Letitia Chan (F.4P), Katie Luk (F.4U), Starry Chow (F.3S), Jenny Lee (F.3S), Anson To (F.3S) and Nandini Dulani (F.3A), with Laura Fung as the Captain and Clare Li as the Co-Captain. The students did a remarkable job, getting to the first runner-up position despite fierce competition from the 26 other local and international schools. Letitia Chan of F.4P impressed the judges with her ardent opening submissions and won the Outstanding Attorney Award. Jenny Lee of F.3S fascinated the panel of judges with her performance as an ‘expert witness’ Police Inspector, winning the Outstanding Witness Award.

It has been the fourth consecutive year that the SPCS Mock Trial Team has advanced to the Grand Final, with SPCS students demonstrating a comprehensive and strong legal knowledge. Throughout the four rounds of intense case presentations, with fiery and forceful witness examinations, cross-examinations, powerful objections and convincing arguments, they presented their case with compelling critical thinking and superlatively persuasive presentational skills.

Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Innovation Competition (2017-2018)
On 15th April, 2018, Paulinians participated in the Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Innovation Competition, 2017-2018, organized by the Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association Science Innovation Centre.

In the Research and Invention Category, two groups of senior form students won the 1st Place Award. They were Verena Yiu of F.5S and Maisie Luk of F.5T with their project “Reusable Lactase Hydrogel for Lactose Intolerants”, and Locani Wong of F.5P and Jenna Wong of F.5A with their project “pH-Sensitive Hydrogel Beads for Oral Drug Delivery”. In addition, Verena and Maisie attained the Best Project Award and the Hai Kang Life Corporation Limited Special Award for Biology and Health in the Senior Secondary Division, and received a $6000 scholarship, while Jenna and Locani were awarded the Certificate for Outstanding Achievement for Ability and Creativity in In Vitro Biology presented by The Society For In Vitro Biology.

Besides, Janice Cheung, June Fung and Ingrid Li of F.3S attained the 3rd Place Award with their project “Sensory Seat System”, while Vanessa Chan and Rachel Lam of F.5P, together with Anson Yu of F.5U also obtained merit with their project “‘Ironic’ Saviour - Green Synthesis of Iron Nanoparticles for Degradation of Dye and Removal of Metal Ions”.

Janice Cheung, June Fung and Ingrid Li of F.3S won the 3rd Place Award with their project “Sensory Seat System”, while Vanessa Chan and Rachel Lam of F.5P, together with Anson Yu of F.5U were awarded merits for their project “‘Ironic’ Saviour - Green Synthesis of Iron Nanoparticles for Degradation of Dye and Removal of Metal Ions”. In the Science Fiction Drawing Category, Phoebe Chui of F.2L won the 3rd Place Award and Bindhiya Thiruvenkadam of F.2A obtained a merit.

All the above winners are awarded certificates and either trophies or medals.

SPCS also received the “Outstanding Participating School Award” for submitting the largest number of outstanding projects! Congratulations everyone!

Inter-School Badminton Competition Division One (Hong Kong)


The Inter-School Badminton Competition Division One (Hong Kong), organized by the Hong Kong School's Sports Federation, was held at the Choi Hung Road Sports Center on 15th April, 2018. Our school’s badminton team was the Champion of the Girls’ Grade C category. The team members were Elizabeth Ng of F.2A, Anika Kong of F.2U, Virginia Choi, Natalie Choy and Karina Tsang of F.1S, and Sonia Lai of F.1L. Congratulations!.


Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2018

The final judging cum award presentation ceremony of the Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition, 2018, jointly organised by The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, the Hong Kong Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Science Museum, and sponsored by the Innovation and Technology Commission as well as the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, was successfully held on 14th April, 2018. In the Senior Investigation Division, Vanessa Chan and Rachel Lam of F.5P together with Juliana Cao, Brittany Chan and Anson Yu of F.5U were the 2nd Runners-up with their project “‘Ironic’ Saviour - Green Synthesis of Iron Nanoparticles for Degradation of Dye and Removal of Metal Ions”. They were awarded a trophy and medals. Verena Yiu of F.5S and Maisie Luk of F.5T got the Best Potential Award with their project “Reusable lactase hydrogel for lactose intolerants” while Locani Wong of F.5P and Jenna Wong of F.5A got the Best Booth Award with their project “pH-Sensitive Hydrogel Beads for Oral Drug Delivery”. Moreover, in the Scientific Wallchart Division, Verena Yiu of F.5S and Tippi Leung of F.5T won the 1st Prize while Jackie Fung of F.5S got the 2nd Prize. All the above winners were awarded certificates and book coupons. Congratulations!

The 2018 Hancock Prospecting Australian Open and Age Group Swimming Championship


The 2018 Hancock Prospecting Australian Open and Age Group Swimming Championships, organized by Synchro Australia, was held between 29th March and 2nd April, 2018, at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre, Brisbane, Australia. Nandini Dulani of F.3A was the Champion of the Age Group Free Duet event (Age 13-15). She was also the 1st Runner-up of the Age Group Free team as well as Open Free Age Combination events (Age 13-15). Emily Lau of F.2P was the 1st Runner-up of the Age Group Free Team event (Age 13-15). Serena Chin of F.3U was the Champion of the Open Free Age team event. She was also the 1st Runner-up of the Open Free Age Combination event (Age 13-15). Congratulations!


Hong Kong Young Writers Awards 2018

Five students, who include April Chan and Kareena Kayla Kumar of F.1A, Margaret Cheung of F.3A, Bridget Tsui of F.3P and Verena Yiu of F.5S, attended the Awards Ceremony of the Hong Kong Young Writers Awards 2018 in Cyberport on 21st of March, 2018, for their creative and imaginative work on the theme of New Journeys to the West. They were awarded a certificate and their written work has been published in an anthology. In particular, Verena Yiu of F.5S is the winner in the non-fiction category in the group of Form 5 to 6. Congratulations!

The 54th Hong Kong Schools Dance Festival (2017-2018)
The 54th Hong Kong Schools Dance Festival (2017-2018), jointly organised by the Hong Kong Schools Dance Association Limited and the Hong Kong Education Bureau, is an annual Inter-school competition that aims to promote dance education in Hong Kong schools. Our school's dance team, comprising the Chinese, Modern, Western and Oriental Dance teams, achieved brilliant results in this year's competition, with a total of 7 Honours Awards and 6 Highly Commended Awards. The Modern team also obtained the Overall 1st Runner-up award in the secondary section.

"Be a Smart Communications Master” Facebook Post Creation Competition

The "Be a Smart Communications Master” Facebook Post Creation Competition was organized by the Office of the Communications Authority of the HKSAR government. The Prize Presentation Ceremony was held on 20 March, 2018. Tivona Yeung of F.4S was the 1st Runner-up. She won a Notebook computer and a certificate. Celia Ho of F.5U was the 2nd Runner-up in the school category.

Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prizes 2018


The 31st Awards Presentation Ceremony of the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund was held on 18th March, 2018. Rosemund Choi of F.6P and Camellia Cheng of F.6U received the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prizes as well as HK$800 each for their outstanding academic achievements, leadership, active participation in extra-curricular activities and devotion to community service. Congratulations!


SCMP Student of the Year Awards 2017

At the 37th Student of the Year Competition 2017, jointly organized by the South China Morning Post and the Hong Kong Jockey Club, Vicky Chiu of F. 6T and Camellia Cheng of F. 6U were the 1st Runners-up in the Linguist (English) and Scientist and Mathematician categories respectively. In addition, both Rachel Lam of F.5P and Verena Yiu of F.5S were shortlisted for the Grand Prize category, while Alvina Yang of F. 5U was one of the twelve shortlisted students in the Performing Artist category. Vicky and Camellia were each awarded a scholarship of HK$4,000 for their achievements. The Student of the Year award presentation ceremony took place on 17th March, 2018, at the Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel. Congratulations!

“Her Voice” Video Competition

“Her Voice” Video Competition was co-organised by the Labour and Welfare Bureau of the HKSAR government and Women’s commission. The prize giving ceremony was held on 8th March, 2018. F.4P Meko Cheung won the Best Film Editing Award in the competition with her video (co-created with Karis Chung F.4U) that reflected the challenges of women’s development in today’s Hong Kong in terms of career opportunity and family life. She won a cash prize of HK$500 and a certificate.

Synchronized Swimming Age Group Competition 2018


The Synchronized Swimming Age Group Competition 2018, organized by the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association, was held on 3rd March, 2018, at the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool. Nandini Dulani of F.3A was the 1st Runner-up in the Figure event (Age 13-15). Congratulations!


The Inter-School Athletics Competition 2017-2018

The Inter-School Athletics Competition 2017-2018, organized by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, was held at the Wan Chai Sport Ground on 28th February, and on the 6th and 9th March, 2018.

In Girls Grade A, Maisie Luk of F.5T was the Champion of the javelin event.

In Girls Grade A, Christina Chan of F.4P, Priscilla Ho of F.4U, Maisy Lai of F.5T and Christy Mui of F.5A were the 2nd Runners-up in the 4x400m relay event.

In Girls Grade B, Ellie Law of F.3T was the 2nd Runner-up in the shot put event.

In Girls Grade B, Tiffany Kam of F.1L, Janice Lee of F.3T, Winsome Liu of F.4S, and Kristie Chou of F.4P were the 2nd Runners-up in the 4x100m relay event.

In Girls Grade C, Gladys Cheung of F.2S was the 3rd Runner-up in the shot put event.

In Girls Grade C, Sharon Lai of F.2T was the 3rd Runner-up in the discus event.

Our Grade A and C came fourth in the overall position.

Overall the SPCS team came fourth in the competition. Congratulations!

The Grass Walkers 2018


The Grass Walkers 2018, organized by the Hong Kong Racewalking Association, was held on 25thFebruary, 2018, at the Tai Hang Tung Recreation Ground. Tivona Yeung of F.4S was the Champion in the Women’s Junior 3km event. Congratulations!


The HKFYG Standard Chartered Hong Kong English Public Speaking Contest 2018

Suyasha Mohan Narasipuram of F.2A participated in the HKFYG Standard Chartered Hong Kong English Speaking Contest organized by the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups this year. The Grand Final cum Awards Ceremony was held on 24 February 2018. She is the Champion in the Junior Division, after going through four rounds of competitions amidst numerous contestants from 155 local secondary schools. As the winner, Suyasha demonstrated excellent public speaking skills and self-confidence throughout the contest and the ability to think on the spot and express her opinions on a social matter in the Grand Final Round. Congratulations to Suyasha!

69th Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival

This year among all the entries we sent (English and Chinese), we are happy to say that our school was awarded a total of 37 Champion Places, 38 1st Runners-up, and 31 2nd Runners-up. Congratulations to all winners!

69TH HONG KONG SCHOOLS SPEECH (ENGLISH) FESTIVAL

CHAMPIONS GROUP ENTRIES

N96

Harmonic Speaking

F.3T

 

N94

Harmonic Speaking

F.1A

 

SOLO, DUO ENTRIES AND OTHER GROUP ENTRIES

U166

Solo Prose Reading – Non-Open

F.6L

Chung Cheuk Yu Chloe

N199

Public Speaking Team - Open

F.5S
F.5S
F.5S

Sahni Ritika
Lee Tsz Huen Noelle
Ferraris Elora Gaile Jacinto

U48

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.5L

Lam Sze Wai Daphne

U164

Solo Prose Reading – Non-Open

F.4T

Pang Pui Hang Jaycee

U45

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.4A

Wong Tsz Ching Ruby

N194

Public Speaking Solo

F.3S

Chung Wai Yu Chelsea

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.3S
F.3T

Yuen Sin Yan Clarice
Mok Maisie Ka Yan

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.3S
F.3U

Chow Starry
Leung Rachel Wai Yee

E42

Solo Verse Speaking – Non - Open

F.3P

Chan Wing Tung Cherry

N8

Solo Verse Speaking - Open

F.3A

Nandini Dulani

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.3A
F.3A

Lam Tsz Yuet Serena
Nandini Dulani

N198

Public Speaking Team - Open

F.3A
F.3A
F.3A

Nandini Dulani
Kwong Natalie Hoi Yang
Kaur Prabhsharan

U42

Solo Verse Speaking – Non - Open

F.3U

Leung Rachel Wai Yee

E42

Solo Verse Speaking – Non - Open

F.3L

Chow Cheuk Lam Venus

N223

Dramatic Duologue

F.2T
F.2T

Au Latisha Tsz Yau
Webb Stephanie Rachel

K39

Solo Verse Speaking – Non - Open

F.2T

Chan King Sum Julia

K40

Solo Verse Speaking – Non - Open

F.2T

Poon Yuk Hei Charmaine

N223

Dramatic Duologue

F.2T
F.2A

Lai Wai Nam Sharon
Narasipuram Suyasha Mohan

U39

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2A

Wong Ingrid Zoe

N223

Dramatic Duologue

F.2A
F.2A

Wong Ingrid Zoe
Au Pui Wa Tara

U38

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2A

Villanueva Roberta Kay Javalera

U35

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1P

Chan Pong Lam Chrysilla

U36

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1P

Chow Hey Mann Dawn

U223

Dramatic Duologue

F.1A
F.1A

Kumar Kareena Kayla
Sarkar Manjori

1st RUNNER-UP GROUP ENTRIES

U108

Choral Speaking

F.3A

 

U107

Choral Speaking

F.2P

 

U107

Choral Speaking

F.2L

 

U 106

Choral Speaking

F.1S

 

SOLO, DUO ENTRIES AND OTHER GROUP ENTRIES

N148

Solo Prose Speaking – Open

F.6L

Chung Cheuk Yu Chloe

N195

Public Speaking Solo 

F.5S

Wong Jenny Tze Ying

U46

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.4P

Chan Pong Ching Letitia

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.3S
F.3U

Chow Starry
Ng Wai Yan

N12

Solo Verse  Speaking – Sonnet-Open

F.3P

Lau Sze Ching Jamie

U42

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.3A

Cheung Hoi Ching Bernice 

U42

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.3A

Kan Choi Tung Karina

N146

Solo Prose Speaking – Open

F.3A

Lam Tsz Yuet Serena

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.3A
F.3A

Kwong Natalie Hoi Yang
Kaur Prabhsharan

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.3T
F.3U

Ma Nok Yee Charlotte
Sit Hoi Ting Chloe

N198

Public Speaking Team - Open

F.3U
F.3U

Sit Hoi Ting Chloe
Wong Hoi Tung Jana

U41

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.3U

Sit Hoi Ting Chloe

U39

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2S

Lin Lok Ching Rachel

U40

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2T

Au Latisha Tsz Yau

U215

Shakespeare Monologue – Non - Open 

F.2T

Fung Wing Lam Rachel

U40

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2T

Webb Stephanie Rachel

N145

Solo Prose Speaking – Open

F.2P

Ng Man Wai Zita

U38

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2A

Thiruvenkadam Bindhiya

U40

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2U

Lo Xing Wen Jasmine

U37

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1S

Chan Ava Sze Ngai

U36

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1S

Ng Cheuk Wing Karis

E36

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1T

Liu Siu Yung Veronique

U37

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1P

Chow Sze Ching Priscilla

U36

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1P

Chan Wing Yan Angela

N223

Dramatic Duologue

F.1P
F.1U

Lam Kelsey Kylie
Pong Cheuk Huen Natalie

N223

Dramatic Duologue

F.1A
F.1A

Shrestha Nitika
Kimura Rin

N193

Public Speaking Solo

F.1U

Lau Wing Kiu Niko

U35

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1U

Yu Hoi Tung Annica

2nd RUNNER-UP GROUP ENTRIES

U107

Choral Speaking

F.2A

 

U107

Choral Speaking

F.2U

 

U 106

Choral Speaking

F.1U

 

SOLO, DUO ENTRIES AND OTHER GROUP ENTRIES

N194

Public Speaking Solo 

F.4P

Tsang Ching Hei Annalise

U164

Solo Prose Reading – Non - Open

F.4L

Koo Tsz Kwan Queenie

U41

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.3S

Chung Wai Yu Chelsea

N146

Solo Prose Speaking – Open

F.3S

Chung Wai Yu Chelsea

U163

Solo Prose Reading – Non-Open

F.3A

Kaur Prabhsharan

N224

Dramatic Duologue

F.3A
F.3A

Leung Emily Hei Yu
Limbaga Andrea Monique

U162

Solo Prose Reading – Non-Open

F.2S

Wan Jasmine Chor Wing

U215

Shakespeare Monologue – Non - Open 

F.2T

Chong Chloe

U38

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2T

Lai Wai Nam Sharon

N242

Original Poetry Composition

F.2T

Webb Stephanie Rachel

U39

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.2A

Narasipuram Suyasha Mohan

U161

Solo Prose Reading – Non - Open

F.1S

Ng Cheuk Wing Karis

U35

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1S

Ng Hayley

K35

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1T

Chan Mei Yin Maisie

U35

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1T

Chak Tsz Ching Sharon

U36

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1P

Law Nok Yin Sabrina

U36

Solo Verse Speaking – Non-Open

F.1A

Sarkar Manjori

 

第六十屆香港學校(中文)
集誦

名次

班別

項目

中文老師

冠軍

2P

粵語詩詞集誦

F Leung

冠軍

1P

粵語詩詞集誦

B Lo

冠軍

1U

粵語散文集誦

S Lai

亞軍

1S

粵語散文集誦

V Tang

季軍

2S

粵語散文集誦

M Iu

季軍

2L

粵語詩詞集誦

A Li

季軍

1L

粵語詩詞集誦

K Chan

個人及二人項目

名次

組別

得獎同學

冠軍

中五、六組

中五雅  馬心妍
中五德  Dhillon Jasmandeep Kaur

冠軍

中一、二組

中一保   陳幸祺
中一雅   施曉嵐

季軍

中一、二組

中一施   吳芷瑩
中一德   劉穎蕎

獨誦 :

名次

組別

得獎同學

冠軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學三年級)

中三施      鍾瑋妤

冠軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學三、四年級)

中三施      黎巧妍

冠軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學三、四年級)

中三德      陳軒潁

冠軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中二德      陳敬心

冠軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一德      陳穎玥

冠軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學一年級)

中一德      莊檹綦

亞軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學五、六年級)

中六璐      鍾卓妤

亞軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學五、六年級)

中五施      莫潁蕎

亞軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學三年級)

中三施      鍾瑋妤

亞軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學一年級)

中一施      吳芷瑩

亞軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一德      周萱蕙

季軍

普通話散文獨誦(中學三、四年級)

中三保      張韞陶

季軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一德      黃泳淘

季軍

粵語散文獨誦(中學一年級)

中一施      黃子殷

季軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學一年級)

中一施      黃子殷

季軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一德      陳穎玥

季軍

普通話詩詞獨誦(中學一、二年級)

中一德      周萱蕙

季軍

粵語詩詞獨誦(中學一年級)

中一璐      任皓晴


eQuiz Competition Term 1 2017


The eQuiz Competition was organised by the Modern Education Research Organization. The following students got excellent results in their sections in Term 1 2017 Series:

Prize

Student

F.1 Champion

F.1S Ella Tsang

F.1 1st runner up

F.1S Natalie Sze

F.2 Champion, Ocean Park Grand Prize, Ngo Ping 360 Grand Prize and Skechers Grand Prize

F.2L Gladys Charm


The prize giving ceremony was held on 14 January 2018. Our school was the Overall 1st runner up in the competition and we were awarded 200 MOOV music service accounts for one month and an offer to Ngo Ping 360 Cable Car STEM O2O exchange programme.


eQuiz Competition Summer Series


The eQuiz Competition was organised by the Modern Education Research Organization. The following students got excellent results in their sections in the Summer 2017 Series:

Prize

Student

F.1 Champion and Skechers Grand Prize

F.2L Gladys Charm

F.1 1st runner up

F.2P Katarina Shing

F.1 2nd runner up and parent-child section Champion

F.2T Vivien Suo

F.2 2nd runner up

F.3L Venus Chow

F.3 Champion, Ocean Park Grand Prize and Ngo Ping 360 Grand Prize

F.4T Heidi Fung

F.3 1st runner up

F.3P Natalie Chow



The prize giving ceremony was held on 14 January 2018. Our school was the Overall Champion in the competition and we were awarded a trophy, a 3D printer and an offer of the Ocean Park O2O exchange programme. Besides, we were also the Most participated school and was awarded a trophy.


Samsung Solve for Tomorrow 2017 Competition


With “Smart Future for Disability Inclusion” as this year’s theme our students Cindy Yeung and Tivona Yeung (F.4S) and Madeline Leung (F.4P) came up with innovative ideas of writing a mobile app to help wheelchair users solve problems in their daily life, such as when they travel, dine out, enjoy leisure activities. Their vision was to help build a more inclusive community in Hong Kong for the disabled. The prize giving ceremony was held on 14 January 2018. They have won the Bronze Award in the competition and were awarded with HK$20000 dollars cash and HK$10000 dollars Samsung products.


2017 Wan Chai District Outstanding Youth Selection

The prize presentation ceremony for the Wan Chai District Outstanding Youth 2017 (Secondary School) awards took place on 20th January, 2018. Helen Yu of F.5A was one of the ten young people selected by the Wan Chai District Youth Programme Committee for her special talents in Cantonese Opera and strengths in Chinese Language. She won a certificate and a $HK1000 book coupon. Congratulations!

"My Australian Christmas Card Competition" 2017

The Australian Consulate-General has invited students in Hong Kong to enter its “My Australian Christmas Card Competition”. Young artists are encouraged to start their own cultural exploration of how they might celebrate Christmas in an Australian summer. This competition also aims to promote thought among young students about cultural traditions, as well as foster friendship between Australia and Hong Kong. Four winning designs will be used as the official Christmas greetings of the Australian Consulate-General Hong Kong and selected artworks were exhibited at the Hong Kong Fringe Club.

Audrey Wong of class 3T is the Junior Secondary Section Winner of the Competition. Prizes were presented during the art exhibition and prize ceremony held at the Hong Kong Fringe Club on 15 December 2017.

The 5th Discovery & Innovation Debating Challenge 2017

On 2nd December, 2017, Othilia Chan, Ada Cheung, Cathy Fong, Jessica Leung, Clarice Wong of F. 4T, Madeline Leung of F.4P, Kelly Wong of F. 4A, and Tiffany Chow, Joanna Keung, Maria Guzman of F. 4L participated in the 5th Discovery & Innovation Debating Challenge 2017, organized by the City University of Hong Kong. The students had a campus tour and attended a Debate Workshop to learn more about debating through watching a lively debate initiated by the World Schools Debating Championships Hong Kong Development Team Squad. The workshop enriched students’ understanding of the rules and formats of world- champion-class debating competitions. Moreover, our team also won the Championship in the Debating Challenge, with the motion being ‘This house believes that Hong Kong should legalize e-bicycles, e-unicycles and segways”. This experience not only allowed the students to learn professional debating skills, but also gave them a chance to experience the thrill of bringing their own ideas to life, strengthening their verbal and logical thinking skills.

The 71st SCAA Annual Inter-school Athletics Meet
The 71st SCAA Annual Inter-school Athletics Meet, organized by the South China Athletic Association, was held at the Wan Chai Sports Ground on 26th November and 3rd December 2017.
In Girls’ Grade A, Maisie Luk of F.5T was the Champion in the javelin event. Maisy Lai of F.5T was the 2nd Runner-up in the 400m race. Christy Mui of F.5A was the 2nd Runner-up in the 800m race, and was Champion in the 1500m race. Beanie Fung of F.6A was the Champion in the 200m race, and the 1st Runner-up in the 400m race. Christina Chan of F.4P, Priscilla Ho of F.4U, Maisy Lai of F.5T and Christy Mui of F.5A came 2nd in the 4x400m relay event.
In Girls’ Grade B, Ellie Law of F.3T was the 1st Runner-up in the shot-put event. Winsome Liu of F.4S was the 2nd Runner-up in the long jump event. Chelsea Chung and Jenny Lee of F.3S, Winsome Liu of F.4S and Kristie Chou of F.4P were 2nd in the 4x100m relay event.
In Girl’s Grade C, Gladys Cheung of F.2S was the 1st Runner-up in the shot-put event. Emily Ng of F.1S, Tiffany Kam and Sabrina Ko of F.1L and Carissa To of F.2S were 3rd in the 4x100m relay event.
Congratulations to all winners!

The 4th Judo Cup International Invitational Junior Judo Championship

The 4th Judo Cup International Invitational Junior Judo Championship, organized by the Malaysia Negeri Sembilan Judo Federation, was held on 25th to 26th November 2017, at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Natalie Ng of F.1L was the Champion of individual event of -48kg category. Her team won the 2nd Runner-up. Congratulations!

2017 Hong Kong Island Outstanding Students Award

Camellia Cheng of F.6U and Huey Lee of F.3A were among the ten Hong Kong Island Outstanding Students 2017 in the Senior Section and the Junior Section respectively. Selected by the Hong Kong Island School Heads Association from over a hundred candidates and after two rounds of interviews, they were judged on their academic performance, leadership, special talents and involvement in community service. The prize presentation ceremony took place on 25th November 2017 and both winners were awarded a trophy and book coupon. Congratulations!

The Wan Chai District Age Group Athletic Meet 2017


The Wan Chai District Age Group Athletic Meet 2017, organized by the LCSD at the Wan Chai Sports Ground on 19th November, 2017. Emily Ng of F.1S was also the Champion for the Youth Girls Grade E Long Jump event as weell as the 60m race. Congratulations!


‘Run For Our Life’


The event of ‘Run For Our Life’, organized by YMCA and Sha Tin Baptist Church, was held at Ma On Shan Kwai Sha Youth Village on 19th November, 2017. Iyana Lau of F.1T was the Champion for the Girls 2005-2007 3km race. Congratulations!


The Inter-School Badminton Competition Division One (Hong Kong)

The Inter-School Badminton Competition Division One (Hong Kong), organized by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, was held at the Chai Wan Sports Center on 18th November, 2017. Our school’s badminton team was the Champions of the Girls’ Grade A category. The team members were Hannah Kong of F.6S, Clarrie Kong of F.6T, Alison Kwok of F.5T, Vanessa Chan of F.5P, Cindy Yeung of F.4S and Natalie Chan of F.4U. Congratulations!

The Sai Kung District Age Group Athletic Meet 2017


The Sai Kung District Age Group Athletic Meet 2017, organized by the LCSD at the Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground on 12th November, 2017. Emily Ng of F.1S was the Champion for the Youth Girls Grade E Long Jump event. Congratulations!


The 17th Awarding Program for Future Scientists organized by the China Association for Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Academy of Engineering, National Natural Science Foundation of China and H. S. Chau Foundation Limited

The Final Judging of the 17th Awarding Program for Future Scientists (第十七屆「明天小小科學家」獎勵活動) was successfully held in Beijing, from 3 to 7 November 2017. One hundred finalists were selected from 1156 representatives from 23 provinces, cities and autonomous regions of China. They were judged on a written test on scientific knowledge, an integrated assessment on personal quality and a project presentation. Camellia Cheng of F.6U won the 2nd Place Award with her project entitled ‘From Zero to Hero – Green Synthesis of Nanosilver for Dye Degradation’. She received a medal, a certificate and a scholarship of RMB ¥10,000. An extra RMB ¥10,000 was presented to the school as recognition for her support. Congratulations!

French Speech Competition 2017

On Friday November 3rd, 9 students from Forms 2 and 3 took part in the 8th Hong Kong French Speech Competition, with 6 of them winning prizes.

In the Form 2 section, Suyasha Narasipuram of 2A came second, while in the Form 3 section Prabhsharan Kaur of 3A came first and Serena Lam, Nandini Dulani and Emily Leung (all from 3A) were second and Monique Limbaga (3A) third.

On Friday November 10th, it was the turn of the Form 4 students and again the results were excellent. Maria Guzman of 4L was the champion with an amazing 100 marks and Trinna De Guzman of 4T came second.

On Friday November 17th, several students took part in the French Prose Reading Competition which was held in our school. There was fierce competition from other schools, but SPCS did very well. In the Form 1 section, 5 students from 1A won prizes. Kareena Kumar and Manjori Sakar were joint champions, while Mehraab Zakaullah and Diana Gamboa were second and Lauren Cooke was third. In the Form 2 section, Suyasha Narasipuram was first with an outstanding 100 marks, while in Form 3, students from 3A took the top three spots with Prabhsharan Kaur first, Serena Lam second and Natalie Kwong third. Finally in Form 4, Trinna De Guzman of 4T won the third prize.

Congratulations and well done to all the competitors on their hard work!

Presentation of BTEC certificates


On 1st November, 2017 there was an Presentation of Certificate for our students who completed the BTEC Level 2 Award in the Principles of Coaching Sport. They are Amina Ismail of F.4T, Carmen Lam of F. 4P, Kristie Yan of F. 4U and Ophelia Lau, Agatha Yeung of F.4L. Congratulations!


“2017 年 鄒振先杯 粵港澳大灣區 (東莞) 青少年田徑邀請賽”

Our school's athletics team was invited to attend the “2017 年 鄒振先杯 粵港澳大灣區 (東莞) 青少年田徑邀請賽”, held by the Dongguan Bureau of Sports and the Dongguan Bureau of Education, on 27th to 29th of October 2017, at the Dongcheng Sports Park in Dongguan City.

In the Junior Section, Farrah Li of Form 1S came 8th in the long jump event. Emily Ng of Form 1S came 6th in the 100m race, and was the 2nd runner-up in the long jump event. Tiffany Kam of Form 1L came 4th in the long jump event. Emily Ng of Form 1S, Janice Cheuk of Form 1A, Tiffany Kam of Form 1L and Sabrina Ko of Form 1L came 5th in the 4x100m relay.

In the Senior Section, Winsome Liu of Form 4S was the 1st runner-up in the long jump event and came 6th in the 100m race. Kristie Chou of Form 4P came 4th in the 100m race. Daisy Chin of Form 5T was the 1st runner-up in the high jump event. Christy Chan of Form 6P was the 2nd runner-up in the long jump event. Winsome Liu of Form 4S, Kristie Chou of Form 4P, Daisy Chin of Form 5T and Christy Chan of Form 6P came 4th in the 4x100m relay.

In addition, our team came 6th in the Junior Section Overall and 4th in the Senior Section Overall. Congratulations!

The PB Runner 2017 (Ma On Shan Section)


The PB Runner 2017 (Ma On Shan Section), organized by PB Runners, was held on 28th October, 2017 at Ma On Shan. Iyana Lau of F.1T was the 2nd Runner-up in the Girls 2004-2006 Category 3km race. Congratulations!


The TCAA Age Group Athletic Meet


The TCAA Age Group Athletic Meet, organized by The Citizen Athletic Association, was held on 28th and 29th October, 2017 at the Wan Chai Sports Ground. Maisie Luk of F.5T was the Champion in the Girls’ B Grade Javelin event. Congratulations!


The Inter-School Swimming Competition


The Inter-School Swimming Competition (Division 1), organized by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation, was held on 18th and 27th October, 2017 at the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool. Regine Tam of F.4P, Kristie Yan of F.4U, Allison Lau of F. 5T and Chelsea Ng of F. 5A were the 3rd Runners-up of the A Grade 4x50m Freestyle Relay race. Congratulations!


Hang Lung Young Architects Program

It was the launch ceremony of the "Hang Lung Young Architects Program" on 14 Oct 2017. A team that is comprised of students from Form 3 to Form 5 has participated in this program. With an aim to foster an appreciation of architecture in Hong Kong, the "Hang Lung Young Architects Program" invites over 300 students to explore our city and gain a deeper insight into the features of Hong Kong's architecture and its history. There is a long list of exciting upcoming events such as lectures, tours guided by expert architects and mentors, interactive workshops and an Architectural Tour Design Competition. Congratulations!

Australian National Chemistry Quiz 2017

Some of our F.5 and F.6 students attained excellent results in the Australian National Chemistry Quiz 2017 organized by the Royal Australian Chemical Institute and the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education. The result has finally released on 11th October, 2017. Eight students obtained the high distinction excellence awards. They are Verena Yiu of F.5S, Melody Cheng of F.5P, Michelle Lai, Angela Li, Ada Shum and Ruby Tsang of F.6S, Ginny Wu of F.6T and Holy Chan of F.6A. Locani Wong of F.5P scored 100% in the quiz and received the “Excellence Award Badge”. Also, there are 25 High distinction, 40 Distinction and 21 Credit awards. Congratulations!

Multi-faceted Excellence Scholarship, 2016-17

To foster a culture of multi-faceted excellence, the Home Affairs Bureau set up the Multi-faceted Excellence Scholarship. This grant enables universities and tertiary institutions, each year, to admit up to 20 additional local undergraduate students who excel in sports, arts and/or community services. The Scholarship is intended to show that academic achievement is not the only criterion for excellence, and that young people are being encouraged to explore and develop their potential in many different areas.

Tina Ip of F.6A, who is currently studying Medicine at the University of Hong Kong, has been successfully selected as one of the 24 Scholarship awardees for the 2016/17 academic year. This means that Tina’s tuition fees, for her entire 6-year undergraduate study, will be paid for by the Scholarship. The Scholarship presentation ceremony was officiated by the Secretary for Home Affairs, Mr Lau Kong-wah, on 10th October, 2017. Congratulations to Tina!

The 49th Hong Kong Judo Invitation Championships


The 49th Hong Kong Judo Invitation Championships, organized by the South China Athletic Association, was held on 8th October, 2017, at the Sports Hall of the South China Athletic Association. Natalie Ng of F.1L was the Champion of Group B (40kg) category. Congratulations!


The PB Runner 2017 (Tseung Kwan O Section)


The PB Runner 2017 (Tseung Kwan O Section), organized by the PB Runners,was held on 5th October, 2017 at the Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground. Iyana Lau of F.1T was the 1st Runner-up in the 3km race. Congratulations!


The Watsons Annual Challenge 2017
The Watsons Annual Challenge 2017 organized by the Watsons Athletic Club was held from 30th September to 2nd October, 2017 at the Wan Chai Sports Ground.
In girls grade C, Carissa To of F.2S was the 1st Runner-up in the 4x100m Relay.
In girls grade C, Narasipuram Suyasha Mohan of F.2A was the Champion in the Discus event.
In girls grade B, Ellie Law of F.3T was the 2nd Runner-up in the Shot Put event.
In girls grade A2, Maisie Luk of F.5T was the Champion in the Javelin event.
In girls grade A2, Christy Mui of F.5A was the 2nd Runner-up in the 800m race.
In girls grade A1, Hannah Kong of F.6S was the 1st Runner-up in the Javelin event.

The Hong Kong Athletics Series 2017 Series 4


The Hong Kong Athletics Series 2017 Series 4 organized by the Hong Kong Armature Athletics Association was held on 23rd and 24th September, 2017 at the Wan Chai Sports Ground. Beanie Fung of F.6A was the 1st Runner-up in both the 200m and 400m races. Congratulations!


The Nissan Cup Hong Kong Junior Tennis Series 2017 (Competition 5)


The Nissan Cup Hong Kong Junior Tennis Series 2017 (Competition 5), organized by the Hong Kong Tennis Association, was held at the Chai Wan Park from 2nd to 14th September, 2017. Karen Lui of F.3P was the Champion of the Girls’ 14 & Under Singles and Doubles events. Congratulations!


WYNG Philomathia Student Essay Contest Certificate Presentation Ceremony

In March this year, Clarissa Yung (F5S) and Vicky Chiu (F6T) joined the WYNG Philomathia Student Essay Contest. The essay contest, based on the theme of “Identity”, was co-organised by WYNG Foundation, Trinity Hall, Cambridge, the Hong Kong Association of Careers Masters and Guidance Masters, and the Philomathia Foundation. Clarissa Yung was one of the 5 overall winners whilst Vicky Chiu was one of the 10 finalists. Clarissa won a one-week exploration trip to Cambridge University and London in July. The students were presented with their certificates at a presentation ceremony held at the Education Bureau on 12th September, 2017. Congratulations to both winners!

Presentation of BTEC certificates

On September 8 there was an Awards ceremony for BTEC students who completed their courses in 2016. Mr. Angwin presided and Sister Margaret presented the Awards. There were 74 awards in total, representing BTEC achievement in 4 BTEC courses: Art and Design, Business, Creative Media (all level 3) and Home Cooking (level 2). Ten students got Distinction awards and 7 students got Starred Distinctions. The other 4 BTEC courses that run at SPCS; Sports Coaching, Performing Arts (Musical Theatre and Dance), and IT, will have a separate awards ceremony when they finish later in the year. The last award to be presented was for the BTEC Outstanding Student of the Year, 2016-17. This went to Josephine Choy, 6S, for her work in the BTEC Art and Design. Congratulations!

The Hong Kong Junior Judo Team Championship 2017

The Hong Kong Junior Judo Team Championship 2017, organized by the Judo Association of Hong Kong, China, was held on 27th August, 2017, at the Pei Ho Street Sports Centre. Natalie Ng of F.1L was the Champion of Group D category. Congratulations!

The Panasonic Pan-Asia Synchronized Swimming Championships cum 13th Hong Kong Synchronized Swimming Open, 2017

The Panasonic Pan-Asia Synchronized Swimming Championships cum 13th Hong Kong Synchronized Swimming Open, 2017, organized by the Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association, was held from 25th to 27th August, 2017, at the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool.

Sharman Tam of F.4A, Nandini Dulani of F.3A and Serena Chin of F.3U were the Champions of the Free Team Category of the International Section of the Panasonic Pan -Asia Synchronized Swimming Championships (Age 13-15).

Serena Chin of F.3U was the 1st Runner-up of the Free Duet Local event (Age 13-15) of the Panasonic 13th Hong Kong Synchronized Swimming Open Competition.

Nandini Dulani of F.3A was the 2nd Runner-up of the Free Duet Local event (Age 13-15) of the Panasonic 13th Hong Kong Synchronized Swimming Open Competition.

Sharman Tam of F.4A was the 2nd Runner-up of the Free Solo Local event (Age 13-15) of the Panasonic 13th Hong Kong Synchronized Swimming Open Competition.

Australia Big Science Competition 2017


Some Paulinians participated in the Australia Big Science Competition 2017 organized by Australian Science Innovations and Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education. The result was released on 25 August 2017. Maisy Lai of F.5T and Locani Wong of F.5P attained the High Distinction award. Also, 6 Paulinians got the Distinction and 6 got the Credit awards.


Hong Kong Young Ambassador Scheme 2017/18


Out of some 400 nominees, eleven Paulinians have been selected to participate in an intensive training programme for the Hong Kong Young Ambassador Scheme as jointly organized by the Tourism Commission of the HKSAR Government and the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups. They are Nichole Cheung, Chelsea Kwok, Jenny Wong of F.5S, Janice Yu of F.5T, Vanessa Chan, Melody Cheng, Kelly Ng, Karen Tse of F.5P, Esther Leung of F.5A, Sylvia Chan of F.5U and Zita Kwan of F.5L. They were all formally appointed at the official appointment ceremony of the Hong Kong Young Ambassador Scheme on the 18th August, 2017. Congratulations to them all.


Hong Kong Youth Internet Governance Forum 2017
The Hong Kong Youth Internet Governance Forum 2017 was held in the Chinese University of Hong Kong on 15th August 2017. Jessie Ko, Cindy Yeung, Tivona Yeung (3S) and Madeline Leung (3P) joined the forum with their research paper “Internet Privacy: Doxxing, its effects and proposed solution”. They have got the first runner-up and the Most Active Participation Award. Congratulations to the winners!

32nd China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest
Four Paulinians participated in the 32nd China Adolescents Science and Technology Invention Contest in the category of Science Fiction Drawing was held from 14th to 19th August, 2017. Kaur Prabsharan of F.3A received a 2nd Place Award with her drawing “Expecto Patronus”, Vivian Fung of F.3S received a 3rd Place Award with her drawing “Floating Bubble Transportation” and Sharon Kwok of F.3U received a 3rd Place Award with her drawing “Object-finding machine”.

The Nissan Cup Hong Kong Junior Tennis Series 2017 (Competition 4)


The Nissan Cup Hong Kong Junior Tennis Series 2017 (Competition 4), organized by the Hong Kong Tennis Association, was held at the Chinese Recreation Club (CRC) from 3rd to 12th August, 2017. Karen Lui of F.3P was the Champion of the Girls’ 14 & Under Singles event.


“Smart Home, Smart Living Comic Drawing Competition”


Some of our students joined the “Smart Home, Smart Living Comic Drawing Competition” organized by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, Hong Kong Police Force and the Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre from 3 April to 21 July 2017. Gigi Cheng (2T) got the 2nd runner up with her comic “Is your computer system safe?” while Hermione To (3L) and Jolie Cheung (1T) got the Merit Award. Besides, with a total of 397 entries, our school got the Most Participation Award. Congratulations to the winners!


The 22nd St. Cecilia International Music Competition Final 2017


The St. Cecilia International Music Competition Final for Singing Group Class was held at Hong Kong Science Museum on 17th July, 2017 where 22 students of Catholic Choir have participated in the Singing Group Class. After preparation for three months, they came up with 5 champions, 6 First Runners-up and 5 Second Runners-up.

In E301-305: Singing Group Class, the Junior Singing Ensemble has got the championship while the Senior Singing Ensemble has got the 1st runner-up.

Junior Singing Ensemble

Senior Singing Ensemble

1S   Gladys Cheung
1S   Eageon Lai
1T   Sammi Ng
1T   Jolie Cheung
1T   Ruby Shek
1P   Azura Kan
1P   Nicole Yuen
1U   Charley Lam
1L   Jackelyn Chu
1S   Lorraine Ma (Pianist)

4S  Jenna Wong      2A  Adeline Wong (Pianist)  
4S  Summer Chan    2A  Rachel Wan (Flutist)
3L  Lydia Li
2S  Maisie Mok
2T  Megan To
2T  Ella Lau
2P  Clarice Yuen
2A  Casey Leung
2A  Carolyn Leung
2A  Jaimee Yu


On 18th July 2017 morning 8 students have joined the Grade 1-4 Singing Class Final. 1U Charley Lam and 1S Eageon Lai have won champions in Grade 1 and 4 respectively. Besides, Form 2P Clarice Yuen and 1U Victoria Leung got two 1st Runners-up in Grade 3 and 4. Two groups of singing duos have obtained two 1st runners-up as well. They are 1T Psyche Yu & Cherris Yeung and 2S Maisie Mok & 2P Clarice Yuen. 1U Pandia Ng obtained 2nd runner-up in Grade 4.

The Grade 5-8 Singing Class Final was held in the afternoon of 18th July, 2017. Despite the fierce competition with other schools, 2T Ella Lau won the championship in Grade 8 and so has 1T Annabelle Ho in Grade 6. The 1st Runner-up is won by 1T Ruby Shek in Grade 6 while the 2nd Runners-up are taken by 2S Maisie Mok in Grade 5, 2T Megan To in Grade 5, 1T Psyche Yu in Grade 6 and 4S Jenna Wong in Grade 7 consecutively. All of them have greatly performed the musical numbers from Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera and Italian songs like Vittoria, Vittoria, according to the Australian-born adjudicator, Dr. Mathew Tyson when he made his comments at the competition in Sheung Wan Civic Centre Recital Theatre.

Hong Kong Secondary Schools 3D Printing Design Competition
To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and to promote creativity and the innovative use of 3D printing among the younger generation in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) has launched the “Hong Kong Secondary Schools 3D Printing Design Competition” under the theme of “Our Glamorous Victoria Harbour”. By using 3D Design software and 3D printing technologies, five students from our school, namely Jessie Ko, Cindy Yeung and Tivona Yeung of 3S, Madeline Leung of 3P and Tiffany Siu of 3U, have redesigned and fabricated the Hopwell Centre. The award presentation ceremony cum model lighting ceremony was held on 16 July, 2017. Our team has got the Merit award and was presented with a certificate, a 3D drawing pen and a 3D printer. Their design, together with more than 1,000 pieces of 3D-printed objects, formed a mega Victoria Harbour model with an area exceeding 35 square metres, all set created the first Guinness World Record on the largest number of 3D-printed sculptures on a single display. Click here for more information.

2017 Science Assessment Test


Our students received excellent results in the 2017 Science Assessment Test organized by Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education. The results were released on 7 July 2017. For the Science Assessment Test, 10 students obtained the Diamond Awards. They are Tiffany Chow, Betty Liang, Christine Lum, Pamela Tang, Rachel Tse and Vanessa Yu of F.4S, Othilia Chan and Kitty Lau of F.4T, Candy Lo and Iris Yip of F.4P. Also, 21 students got Gold, 11 got Silver and 4 got Bronze awards.


EQuiz Competition 2017


The EQuiz Competition 2017 organized by the Modern Educational Research Society Limited was successfully held from 20 February to 21 May 2017. With the efforts of our F.1 students, our school has obtained the second runner-up in the Hong Kong Island Schools Category. The prize-giving ceremony was held on 5 July 2017 at the Discovery Park in Tsuen Wan. Thank you for the participation and congratulations to the winners.


The Hong Kong Synchronized Swimming Routine Competition 2017


The Hong Kong Synchronized Swimming Routine Competition 2017, organized by the Hong Kong Amature Swimming Association, was held on 2nd July, 2017, at the Kowloon Park Swimming Pool. Emily Lau of F.1P was the 2nd Runner-up of the Free Duet event (Age 13-15). Nandini Dulani of F.2A was the 3rd Runner-up of the Free Duet event (Age 13-15). Serena Chin of F.2U was the 2nd Runner-up of the Free Solo event (Age 13-15). She was also the 1st Runner-up of the Free Duet event (Age 13-15). Sharman Tam of F.3A was the 1st Runner-up of the Free Solo event (Age 13-15). Camille Lau of F.5P was the 3rd Runner-up of the Free Solo event and the 1st Runner-up of the Free Duet event (Age 6-18).


Secondary School Mathematics and Science Competition 2017
The award presentation ceremony of Secondary School Mathematics and Science Competition 2017 organized by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University was successfully held on 30 June. Audrey Fong of F.5S obtained a medal in the Chemistry section, while Tiffany Yu of F.5P obtained medals in both the Biology and Chemistry section. Also, there were 3 High distinction awards in Biology, 9 in Chemistry and 1 in Mathematics.

Mathematics Book Report Competition (2016-17)
On 29 June, 2017, SPCS students joined the Mathematics Book Report Competition (2016-17) organized by the EDB and got brilliant results. For the junior section Vanessa Yu of F.3S and Othilia Chan, Suki Chung and Annabel Ngai of F.3T got 2nd Class awards. For the senior section, Judith Yu of F.5P got a 2nd Class award. Congratulations to all winners.

Roche Young Scientist Award 2017: Champion Trip to Switzerland
A team of students, Rachel Lam and Jenna Wong of F.4S, and Clarissa Yung of F.4A won the Champion in the Roche Young Scientist Award 2017 and were awarded an 8-day educational trip to Roche headquarters in Switzerland. On 24 June 2017, the three F.4 students, Miss C. Po, together with the staff of Roche Hong Kong and a mentor from HKUST travelled to Switzerland. A highlight of the trip was the presentation of their project “Manufacture of Artificial Skin” to Roche scientists. They received insightful feedback and concrete suggestions for future developments of their project. The Paulinians had the valuable opportunity of visiting advanced laboratories at Roche Pharmaceuticals and Roche Diagnostics, and listening to presentations from Roche scientists on rare disease therapies, neuroscience discovery, computational biology and antibacterial drug development. They spent time at Experio Roche school laboratory, a well-equipped laboratory made freely available to all secondary schools in the community, where they used advanced apparatuses to synthesize a drug, Paracetamol. The team also visited a local school, Kantonsschule Wettingen High School and joined in a Physics lesson. The team was given the opportunity to present their project to the students and have jointly worked with the class on a bridge building activity. In addition to learning more about STEM, the team also enjoyed the beautiful scenery of Basel and Lucerne and visited various museums.

The Paulinians were impressed by the innovative endeavours at the forefront of medical research. They were inspired by the passion and persistence of the Roche scientists and the company vision—“Doing now what patients need next.” The students developed a broader and deeper perspective of scientific research and brought home enhanced motivation to strive hard and pursue excellence in their studies and undertakings.

The "Your Joyful Record" video competition

The "Your Joyful Record" video competition co-organized by the Department of Health and the Centre for Health Protection was successfully held from 10 January to 16 June 2017. Karis Chung, Emily Leung and Tammy Ling of F3U prepared the video 在港留學的辛酸 and obtained the Most Liked Award and the 1st Runner-up of the Junior Secondary Section. Helen Chui, Sabrina Yu and Miriam Yeung of F3L prepared the video 希望在明天 and obtained the Outstanding Performance Award of the Junior Secondary Section. The prize presentation ceremony was held on 14 July 2017 at the Citywalk2 in Tsuen Wan. Thank you for the participation and congratulation to all winners.

Hong Kong Budding Poets Prize Presentation Ceremony
On Friday, 26th May, the annual prize presentation ceremony for the Hong Kong Budding Poets 2016 - 2017 took place at the Hang Seng Management College in Shatin. This was organised by the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education and from over a thousand entries, one of our students, Ritika Sahni of 4P, was shortlisted to attend the finals. She then had to discuss the inspiration behind her poem as well as take part in an improvised poetry writing session. Ritika was then awarded a Merit Prize as well as the Poet of the School Award. Congratulations, Ritika!

The 17th Macao Age Group Synchronized Swimming Championships

The 17th Macao Age Group Synchronized Swimming Championships, organized by the Associacao Geral de Natacao de Macau, China, was held from 26th to 28th May, 2017 at the Aquatic Centre of the Olympic Sports Centre, Macao. Sherman Tam of F.3A, Nandini Dulani of F.2A and Serena Chin of F.2U were the Champions of the Team Free event (Ages 13 -15).

The HSBC Junior Golf Series 2016


The HSBC Junior Golf Tour 2017, organized by the Hong Kong Golf Association, was held at the Hong Kong Golf Club, Deep Water Bay, on 20th May, 2017. Alexsia Lee of F.1L was the 2nd Runner-up in Girl Age 13-14 category.


The Hong Kong Age Group Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships 2017


The Hong Kong Age Group Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships 2017, organized by the Gymnastics Association of Hong Kong, China, was held at the Mei Foo Community Hall on 14th May, 2017. Venus Chan of F.2S was the 1st Runner-up of the Junior All-Round as well as Ball events, and the 2nd Runner-up of Clubs event.


A.S. Watson Group HK Student Sports Award 2016-2017


Beanie Fung of F.5A received the A.S. Watson Group HK Student Sports Award 2016-2017, for her remarkable performance in sports. She also received $HK 500 and an SSA certificate for being an outstanding student athlete in Hong Kong. This award aims to encourage young students to continue to participate fully in sports activities and strive for further excellence. The prize presentation ceremony was held at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium on 21st May, 2017.


The Nissan Cup Hong Kong Junior Tennis Series 2017 (competition 2)

The Nissan Cup Hong Kong Junior Tennis Series 2017 (competition 2), organized by Hong Kong Tennis Association, was held at the Shek Kip Mei Park from 6th to 28th May, 2017. Karen Lui of F.2L was the 1st Runner-up of the Girls Singles (Age 14 & under) event.

The Nissan Cup Hong Kong Junior Tennis Series 2017 (Competition 1)

The Nissan Cup Hong Kong Junior Tennis Series 2017 (competition 1), organized by Hong Kong Tennis Association, was held at the Shek Kip Mei Park from 1st to 14th April, 2017. Karen Lui of F.2L was the 1st Runner-up of the Girls Doubles (Age 14 & under) event.

Harvard Book Prize Award Ceremony

On 26th May, 2017, the Harvard Book Prize Award Ceremony was held at La Salle College. The Harvard Book Prize Award in Hong Kong is presented to three outstanding students per school, in the next-to-graduating class, who “combine excellence in scholarship and high character, with achievements in other fields”. Three of our Form 5 students were recipients of the Harvard Book Prize. The winner from our school was Camellia Cheng (F.5U) and the two runner-ups were Tiffany Yu (5P) and Judith Yu (F.5P). All three students were awarded certificates and given books as souvenirs. Camellia was awarded the book, “Grit – The Power of Passion and Perseverance” by Angela Duckworth while Tiffany and Judith each received the book, “The End of Average” by Todd Rose. Congratulations to Camellia, Tiffany and Judith! Another highlight of the event was the very interesting and rousing talks given by two inspirational speakers who spoke about perseverance and resilience as qualities that are needed to bring out the best in us. Rob Lilwall, a Global Keynote Speaker and Nat Geo Adventurer, spoke about passion, perseverance and choosing the right goals in life. Lori Granito, award winner of Entrepreneur of the Year in Hong Kong, also gave a motivational and encouraging speech. She impressed the audience with her story of her own ups and downs in her career and how hard work and grit ultimately paved the way for her success. She advised students to work with determination, to reach out to others for support and reminded them to be brave and try new things - “playing it safe is the enemy of greatness”. She encouraged the students to never fear failure but use it create their own path and opportunity. The evening ended with all the students feeling a new sense of vigour to do their best in life.

Roche Young Scientist Award 2017 organized by Roche, Hong Kong Education City Limited and The School of Science of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

On 21st May, 2017, two teams of Form 4 students participated in the final round judging of the Roche Young Scientist Award. Rachel Lam and Jenna Wong of F.4S, and Clarissa Yung of F.4A won the Champion and the Most "Liked" Project Award: Healthcare Professionals Vote with their project “Manufacture of Artificial Skin”. They are awarded with $1000 book coupon, trophies, certificates and a 5-day educational trip to Roche headquarters in Switzerland. Maisie Luk, Doris Wong and Verena Yiu of F.4S attained the first runner-up with their project “Milk for Everyone: Immobilized Lactase Beads”. They received $5000 book coupon, trophies and certificates. In addition, our school also won the “Supporting School in Science Award”. Congratulations!

2nd Asian Youth Athletics Championships 2017

The 2nd Asian Youth Athletics Championships, as organized by the Asian Athletics Association, was held at the National Stadium, Bangkok from 18th to 24th May, 2017. Beanie Fung of F.5A represented the Hong Kong Athletics Team to participate in the competition. She was the 2nd Runner-up in the Medley Relay with her teammates.

South China Morning Post’s Essay Competition


South China Morning Post’s Essay Competition organised with the Communications Association of Hong Kong (CAHK), titled ‘Criteria for Becoming A Servant Leader’, was held on 13th May 2017. Angie Ho of F.5A was the Champion and her prizes are a smartphone and a plaque.


British Council’s Study UK Summer School Writing Competition 2017


On 13th May 2017, British Council’s Study UK Summer School Writing Competition 2017, out of nearly 130 entries that achieved ‘high quality and creative’, our student, Ann Lee of F.5U was among the top 5 Champions. Her prizes are a return air ticket between Hong Kong and the UK, plus a summer programme at University of London, UK.


Caritas - Hong Kong 2016 Fund Raising Campaign Closing Ceremony


The Caritas Hong Kong 2016 Fund Raising Campaign Closing Ceremony was held on 12th May, 2017. Our school was awarded the 2nd runner up in the sale of raffle tickets across Hong Kong. The generosity and active participation of our Paulinians contributed to the success of this event. We hope that all Paulinians can continue to show their love and care to the needy by keeping up the Paulinian spirit.


Joint School Music Association Music Competition


The Clarinet Ensemble of the Symphony Orchestra took part in the woodwind Ensemble section of the Joint School Music Association Music Competition on 9th May 2017 and received excellent results. The Clarinet Ensemble of the Symphony Orchestra attained 94 marks and was awarded the Gold Award.


The Samsung 60th Festival of Sport Youth and Kids Athletic Day

The Samsung 60th Festival of Sport Youth and Kids Athletic Day held by the Hong Kong Amateur Athletics Association on the 7th May, 2017. Angel Chan of F.2S was the 2nd Runner-up in the U16 High Jump event. Chelsea Chung of F.2S was the 1st Runner-up in the U16 Long Jump event. Ellie Law of F.2U was the Champion in the U16 Shot Put event. Maisie Luk of F.4S was the Champion in the U18 Javelin event. Beanie Fung of F.5A was the Champion in the U18 100m and 200m events.

2017 Hong Kong Inter-School Mock Trial Championship

On 29th and 30th April, twelve SPCS students took part in the 2017 Hong Kong Inter-School Mock Trial Championship which was held at The University of Hong Kong. The SPCS Mock Trial team comprised of Michelle Lai (5S), Linda Wu (5S), Jasleen Gill (5T), Vicky Chiu (5T), Vanessa Li (5T), Twinkle Chow (5A), Priscilla Ng (5A), Julia Lee (4S), Stephanie Ng (4S), Verena Yiu (4S), Laura Fung (4P) and Clare Li (4A). Our students did a remarkable job, winning the first runner-up position amongst 24 competing teams from both local and international schools. Clare Li of F.4A impressed the judges with her impassioned opening statement and won the Outstanding Attorney Award. During the four rounds of intense case presentations, with fiery and forceful witness examinations, cross-examinations and convincing arguments, our students demonstrated an in-depth and strong legal knowledge of the case. They also exhibited their compelling critical thinking and persuasive skills, enabling the team to once again establish their mark in the Mock Trial Competition.

Hong Kong Chemistry Olympiad for Secondary Schools (2016-17)
The final round of Hong Kong Chemistry Olympiad for Secondary Schools 2017, organized by the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education, Hong Kong Chemical Society, Royal Society of Chemistry and the Education Bureau, was held on 29 Apr 2017. Tiffany Yu of F.5P, Holy Chan and Sinead Nam of F.5A together with Candace Chan and Camellia Cheng of F.5U won the Championship with their project “From Zero to Hero – Green Synthesis of Nanosilver for Dye Degradation”. They were awarded a trophy, gold medals, $1000 book coupons and certificates.

“Digi-science” Video Production Competition for Hong Kong Secondary Schools 2017
The Prize-giving Ceremony of the “Digi-science” Video Production Competition for Hong Kong Secondary Schools 2017, organized by the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education and the Hong Kong Council for Testing and Certification was successfully held on 29 Apr 2017. In the senior secondary division, Holy Chan and Sinead Nam of F.5A won the Champion with their video titled ‘"Fake" Sugar in Drinks’. They were awarded $1000 book coupons and certificates. In the junior secondary division, Claire Chen, Eunice Choi and Tiffany Chow of F.3S produced their videos titled ‘Bigger the Better?’. They obtained merit and were awarded $300 book coupons and certificates.

第六屆非華語學生 (中學) 普通話朗讀比賽


本校 ”漢語作為第二語言(CSL)” 的同學在2017 年 4 月 29 日參加了 ”第六屆非華語學生 (中學) 普通話朗讀比賽” ,成績優異。得獎名單如下:

初中組新詩獨誦冠軍

 

 

學生姓名

Student’s Name

班別

林祉悅

Lam Tsz Yuet

中二雅

 

隊制集誦冠軍

學生姓名

Student’s Name

班別

戴慧詩

Anandpara Devanshi

中二雅

白雪蘭

Kaur Prabhsharan

中二雅

李娜迪

Dulani Nandini

中二雅

林祉悅

Lam Tsz Yuet

中二雅


The 2017 Hong Kong Open Youth Table Tennis Championships


The 2017 Hong Kong Open Youth Table Tennis Championships, as organized by the Hong Kong Table Tennis Association, was held at the Cornwall Street Squash and Table Tennis Centre on 23rd April, 2017. Muskaan Chandani of F.5A was the 1st Runner-up in the Girls’ U 18 Team event.


The HSBC Junior Golf Series 2016


The HSBC Junior Golf Tour 2017, organized by the Hong Kong Golf Association, was held at the Hong Kong Golf Club, Deep Water Bay, on 22nd April, 2017. Alexsia Lee of F.1L was the 2nd Runner-up in Girl Age 13-14 category.


The Wharf Hong Kong Secondary School Art Competition 2016-2017

The Wharf Hong Kong Secondary School Art Competition 2016-2017 was held recently, with over thousands of entries reviewed. The judging panel is comprised of renowned art professionals in Hong Kong. Josephine Choy of F.5S won the Merit award in this competition with her artwork “Fading”. “It was a great experience to challenge myself in this highly recognised competition, be able to meet other competitors and admire everyone else’s skills and impressive work,” said Josephine. Prizes include eligibility to apply for the Wharf Art Scholarship for a fully subsidized scholarship for a creative art bachelor programme in a local or oversea tertiary institution of their choice, book voucher and an invitation to join an overseas cultural exchange tour. Roving exhibitions for the winning entries are now being held at Harbour City from 21st April – 3rd May, Times Square from 22nd – 28th May and Plaza Hollywood from 23rd – 26th June.

The Hancock Prospecting Australian Synchronized Swimming Australian Open and Age Group Championships 2017
The Hancock Prospecting Australian Synchronized Swimming Australian Open and Age Group Championships 2017, jointly organized by the Synchro Australia and SynchroVic, was held from 14th to 17th April, 2017 at the Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre. Sherman Tam of F.3A, Nandini Dulani of F.2A and Serena Chin of F.2U were the 1st Runner-ups in the Team Free event (Ages 13 -15).

Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2017

The final judging cum award presentation ceremony of the Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2017 jointly organised by The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, the Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Science Museum, and sponsored by the Innovation and Technology Commission as well as Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation was successfully held on 14th April 2017. In the Senior Investigation Division, Tiffany Yu of F.5P, Holy Chan and Sinead Nam of F.5A together with Candace Chan and Camellia Cheng of F.5U obtained the 1st Runner-up with their project “From Zero to Hero – Green Synthesis of Nanosilver for Dye Degradation”. Kelly Cheng and Cindy Jiang of F.4S obtained merit with their project “Investigation on the Magnus Effect”. All the above winners were awarded trophies, certificates and book coupons. Moreover, in the Scientific Wallchart Division, Vanessa Liu of F.5T won the 1st Prize. She received a certificate and book coupons.

Junior Police Call School Club


Our School was awarded the Best Participating Junior Police Call School Club (Wan Chai district) on 8th April, 2017 by the Hong Kong Police Force. This award is to recognize that our school was the best participating JPC School Club in Wan Chai district.


The All Hong Kong Jing Ying Athletics Tournament 2016-2017

The All Hong Kong Jing Ying Athletics Tournament 2016-2017, jointly organized by the Hong Kong Schools Sports Federation and the Hong Kong Amateur Athletics Association, was held at the Wan Chai Sports Ground on 1st and 2nd April, 2017. Ellie Law of F. 2U was the 1st Runner-up in the Shot Put event. Maisie Luk of F.4S was the 1st Runner-up in the Javelin event. Beanie Fung of F.5A was the Champion in the 200m and 400m events.