F.2 Parent Gathering 2021-2022

The F.2 Parents’ Gathering for 2021-2022 was held on 4th December 2021 with 98 parents attending the function.Our Principal, Mr. Leung welcomed the parents with an opening address. The gathering then continued with the sharing of our Vice-principal Mr. Ching on school curriculum, assessment and academic requirements. It was followed by a session where our Discipline Mistress Ms. Pak gave some reminders on discipline issues. Lastly, our school Social Worker, Mr. Marcus, shared some insights on reducing parents-children conflicts. After the main session, the parents met and exchanged ideas with the form teachers. 

We would like to thank those participating F.2 parents, your feedback will help the development of the school and improve the well-being of the students.

Sing Sing Sing Singing Competition 2021-2022

Time Files! It’s been two years since we last held our annual "Sing Sing Sing Singing Competition"!

With the declining threat from the pandemic and with tremendous effort, the School Music Club were able to put together "Sing Sing Sing Singing Competition" (Heat) on the 27 November 2021 and (Final) on the St. Francis Xavier's Day (3 December 2021). 

All the participants gave their best and their performances reflected their hard work and passion in music. Congratulations!

Parent education Programme (Talk and workshop)

This year, our school joined the ‘Jockey Club Project IDEAL’ (賽馬會「你」想家長培力計劃) through the Hong Kong Catholic Marriage Advisory Council. We held the first parent talk on 2 November 2021 followed by a series of parent growth group workshops in November and December 2021.

Over 60 junior form parents attended the parent talk with the theme ‘上網失晒控,家真苦惱 addressing parents’ worries over their children’s addiction to the internet. We hoped that parents could understand their children's needs for social connection and help them establish healthy boundaries against addiction.

For the growth group workshops, 10 parents participated in 4 growth group sessions in November and December. This programme promotes self-reflection on the parents’ own personal growth, parenting experience and their untapped potential, to help them rekindle their strength and conviction to be parents, so as to overcome the anxiety of parenthood.

We are thankful for the participation of our junior form parents. Their effort will help advance the well-being of themselves as well as their children’s.

Messages of Thanksgiving

In some English-speaking countries, November is a month of gratitude. As a warm way to celebrate Thanksgiving, our boys were encouraged to write their heartfelt messages to people they care and love on to bookmarks during the English lessons.

We hope that this activity does not only serve as a reminder that we should be grateful for the people around us, but also encourage our students to put their thankful thoughts into words and even actions. 

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