The SFXC F.1 Admission Information Day 2022-2023 was successfully held on19 November 2022. There were over 700 parents and primary students gathered at the Champagnat Hall to attend three sessions of our Information Day.
The Information Day began with a seminar that introduced our school and the Form 1 enrolment procedure, followed by a sharing session about Marist education by SFXC students and alumni. Each session came to an end with delightful student performances. The guests enjoyed the performances and were keen to know more about our school.
We would like to thank all students, teachers, parents, and alumni who gave their best to make this Information Day a resounding success.
On 29th October 2022, 87 parents came to school and attended the F.4 Parents’ Gathering. Our Principal, Mr. Leung first delivered opening address at the beginning of the Parents’ Gathering event. Immediately after the welcoming speech, the school Vice Prinicpal, Mr. Ching and Career Guidance Mistress, Miss Chan introduced the senior secondary curriculum & concerns about the HKDSE, and multiple post-secondary education pathways respectively. Besides, our school Discipline Mistress Ms. Pak gave reminders about students’ behavior that parents shall pay attention to. Last but not least, we also invited school social worker Mr. Shek to share tips to parents about showing parental love and support in an appropriate way as their boys are stepping into senior secondary period. After the information session, the parents met and exchanged ideas with the form teachers.
We would like to thank those F.4 students’ parents, whose care and love is invaluable to their children.
Two more sessions of ‘Cooking with Kevin’ class took place in October 2022.
On 19th October, five senior form boys participated in it and delved into learning how to make Meatballs Marinara. The aim is to equip students with skills in understanding measurements and volume as well as learning how to make great easy food. Read what our new chefs had to say.
Andrew said, “The spices in the meatballs and marinara just make them taste and smell really good. Overall, this dish is great, nothing needs to be changed.”
Calvin said, “Overall, the meatballs taste good.”
The boys even made a care package for our teacher who loves meatballs. She enjoyed the meatballs over Ziti with the marinara sauce and said “it was delicious!”
On 21st October, the third session of “Cooking with Kevin” was conducted. Another four senior boys newly joined and experimented in making Cranberry Banana Bread. There were lots of positive energy and fun! In the cooking class, students were able to learn useful cooking knowledge, for example, reasons of the broad usage of cinnamon in cooking and reasons of baking with room temperature eggs.
Two boys shared their feelings after baking and tasting the bread:
Alpha said, “The surface of the cake is quite crispy, together with the raisins and chocolate added — literally icing on the cake. My mum also said that it was tasty and she didn’t expect that I could bake that well. I look forward to the next cooking class. I remember that risotto is the next cooking dish, right? Now I’ve got more options to fill my tummy when I am hungry.”
Kelvin Lai said, “The banana bread tastes good. It’s my pleasure to attend Kevin’s cooking class.
Thank you and see you next week, Mr. Rey.”
The boys and Mr. Rey were having a good time in the cooking class!
This school year, our NET teacher Kevin organises cooking classes for our students, as an EMI (English medium instruction) activity. We are very pleased that the very first “Cooking with Kevin” class started on 14th October. Three senior form boys took part in the cooking class and learnt to bake Chocolate Cranberry Banana Bread. The boys learnt to bake with Kevin in English and surprised their families with their baking creations. The participants shared their thoughts:
Andrew – “The banana bread was delicious and perfect for breakfast. I love the moist texture and the mixed flavour of it.”
James – “My parents loved it, and they ate up most of it... But we thought that the bread was a little too sweet, so I will either add less sugar or add dark chocolate instead next time."
Daniel - "It’s a little too sweet. The combination of chocolate and berries made the bread taste good. My parents were very surprised. They didn't believe I did it myself."
Stay tuned for the future updates on our cooking classes.