After a year-long hiatus of the esteemed SFXC Mentorship Scheme, the Opening Ceremony of the 2021-2022 Mentorship Scheme was successfully held on Saturday, 21 May 2022. Thanks must be given to all mentees, mentors, and teachers involved for coming together to make the resumption of the Mentorship Scheme possible. We wish all our boys (old and current) every success with their pursuits in the year ahead.
20th May 2022 was the Brothers’ Day. To show our appreciation to the Marist Brothers, our staff prepared a fruit basket and some gifts for them. Our principal Mr. Mario Leung represented all the staff to present the gifts to the representative of the Marist Brothers, Brother John. We want to thank the Brothers for their dedication to the good cause of educating the youth. We wish them good health and many more years of purposeful life.
The F.3 Parents’ Gathering for 2021-2022 was held on 14th May 2022 with 92 parents attending the event. 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 the senior secondary curriculum and student distribution for various electives. It was followed by a session where our Career Mistress Ms. Chan gave an introduction on admission requirements for local universities. Lastly, our school Social Worker, Mr. Marcus, shared some insights on cultivating parents-children relationship in choosing electives. After the main session, the parents met and exchanged ideas with the form teachers.
We would like to thank our F.3 parents, your participation in the event showed your care for your sons’ secondary school live. Your feedback also helped the development of the school and improve the general well-being of the students.
Our Parents Day for 2021-2022 was successfully held online on 6th March 2022. It was considered a nerve-breaking day for many of our students due to the anxiety they felt when their parents met their form teachers and discussed their performances in the first semester. All turned out to be fine, there was surely excitement and disappointment in terms of academic results, but these experiences were important in the learning process. Let’s hope that those with good results will be humble and keep up their good work. For the others, they should redouble their effort and learn from their mistakes.
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