Christmas Party

The school Christmas Party, also our annual Dress Casual Day, was organized on 19 December 2013. Besides celebrating the festival, we hoped our students would learn the attitude of caring for the needy.

They were encouraged to donate for Fu Hong Society – an independent and non-profit making organization in Hong Kong which aims to develop the potential of persons with disabilities and to enable them to achieve maximum independence and become fully integrated citizens in the community. The target of donation was well-achieved through different fund raising activities such as teacher-student matches and performances and that over $50,000 was raised altogether.

Inauguration of Clubs

This morning, the Inauguration Ceremony of the Clubs was launched. Principal Iu presented the Club Chairman badges to the chairmen from six different groups, which are the Academic Group, the Interest Group, the Religious Group, the Services Group, the Sports Group and the Service Teams. The new club chairmen put on their badges at the end of the ceremony.

Fu Hong Society Fundraising Event

Xaverians want to share their happiness with the needy in the society. Hence, our school will hold a Dress Casual Day on 19th December to raise fund for the non-profitable organization, Fu Hong Society.

The society started its service in 1977 and it now operates about 50 service units offering a comprehensive range of services including workshops, hostels and training centres serving about 4,000 persons with intellectual/physical disabilities, psychiatric disabilities and autism.

Their objectives are to develop the potential of persons with disabilities and to enable them to achieve maximum independence and become fully integrated citizens in the community.

Since this is a charitable event, all of the money raised would all go to Fu Hong Society. We hope to raise as much fund as we can to help those in need.

St. Francis Xavier’s Day and Prize-giving Ceremony on 3rd December 2013

On St. Francis Xavier’s Day, the morning began with the Holy Mass. The students were well behaved during the Mass. They listened attentively to the prayers and sang along to the hymns and songs.  After the Mass, there was the prize presentation ceremony.

The prizes were awarded by Father Terrence to the following winners:

 

Events

Winners

  1. The Interclass Display Board Competition For F.1-F.5 (Goal Setting)

1B, 2D, 3A, 4D, 5C

  1. The 18th Hong Kong School English Penmanship Competition

English Penmanship Competition – Junior Sector

English Penmanship Competition – Senior Sector

Champion: 3A Wong Wing Hei

First runner-up: 3A Man Chun Kit

Second runner-up: 3A Tam Shing Long

Champion: 6B Au Kong Shing

First runner-up: 5E Lok Tsan Man

Second runner-up: 5B Chu Kee Wai

The 18th Hong Kong School Chinese Penmanship Competition

Chinese Penmanship Competition – Junior Sector

Chinese Penmanship Competition – Senior Sector

Champion: 3A Lau Chun Wing

First runner-up: 3A Man Chun Kit

Second runner-up: 3B Man Chun Wai

Champion: 5E Li Xiao Sheng

First runner-up: 4E Yeung Sin Hang

Second runner-up: 4B Lui Siu Sheng

  1. Hong Kong Inter Secondary Schools Swimming Competition

Individual competitions

Team competition – Boys C Grade 4X50m Freestyle Relay

Championship: 2D Lam Yau Chun

Silver medal: 5C Ng Ka Pui

Bronze medal: 5D Ko Tsun Hon

3rd runner-up:

1B Kwong Sing Chun

2B Chung Siu Ting

2C Wong Siu Fung

2C Lam Yau Chun

  1. “Green and Organic Health Run 2013”

2nd runner-up in 4X400m Relay

4E Lee Sum Yu

4E Ting Kit Man

5D Fan Chun Yin

6A Szeto Kiu Lok

  1. The 45th Athletics Meet of SFXS Invitation Relay

First runner-up in 4X100m relay

4E Lin Jun Wai

6A Szeto Kiu Lok

6A Tong Ze Ping

6C Cheung Man Hin

  1. The 60th Athletics Meet of Heung To Middle School Invitation Relay

3A Tam Ho Yin

6A Szeto Kiu Lok

6A Tong Ze Ping

6C Cheung Man HIn

  1. 2013 Future Leaders Award

Winner: 6B Lok Ka Po

Congratulations to all the winners!

After the ceremony, the students eagerly participated in various activities such as sports competitions, Chinese debate competition, movie appreciation and many more…

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