Items filtered by date: 三月 2023

 

推廣本地旅遊及文化

 

可譽同學於「香港旅遊業學生峰會2022-23專題研習比賽」奪獎

            為提升旅款科學生對本地旅遊業界及文化旅遊推廣的了解,教育局課程發展處及香港旅遊發展局合辦了「香港旅遊業學生峰會 2022/23校際專題研習比賽」,全港超過80間學校參加。

            本校派出十二位中五級旅款科同學參賽,當中中五丙班的杜詠希、杜詠芯、黃安妮及林佳馨同學,出戰「酒店推廣」組別。她們為香港某間酒店設計一些活動行程,並進行實地考察、撰寫專題報告及分組演講。

            經過專業評判的一番甄選評審,可譽同學勇奪「酒店推廣」組別的季軍。

 

 

Promoting Local Tourism and Culture

Inter-school Project Learning Competition in Hong Kong Tourism Industry Student Summit 2022-23

 

The Curriculum Development Institute of the Education Bureau, togetherwith Hong Kong Tourism Board, organised the “Hong Kong TourismIndustry Student Summit 2022/23”, which aims to enable students of Tourism and Hospitality Studies (THS) to raise their understanding of the local tourism industry particularly on the promotion of cultural tourism. There were over 80 participating schools.

12 of our Secondary Five THS students were nominated to participate in the Inter-school Project Learning Competition, in which S5C TO WING HEI, TO WING SUM, WONG ON NI and LIN KAI HING were the Promotion Team (Hotel). They designed itineraries for a local hotel and conducted field research followed by a write up of project report and a group presentation.

Judged by a professional adjudicating panel, their entry was awarded the second runner up of the Promotion Team (Hotel).

 

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中六的最後一天「六終聚」

 

            中六同學退修在即,學校特意舉辦了不同的活動,為同學打打氣﹗

            首先,朋輩輔導員進行了「心意傳真」點唱活動,透過大氣電波,讀出同學的心聲。其次,中六品質圈亦準備了「日式繪馬」,讓中六同學、老師寫上願望,祈求夢想成真。午膳時,中六同學及老師進行了「午音不傳—中六last day版」,唱出多首勵志歌曲,為中六同學注入能量。最後,中六全級師生於禮堂進行「六終聚」活動,播放了同學的成長片段,各班亦有畢業表演,唱完最後一次校歌後,於一片感動氣氛中落幕。

            在此祝願全級中六同學,文憑試一切順利,可譽永遠是你們最強大的後盾﹗加油﹗

 

Last Day of School  “Six Years of Companionship”

 

Our Secondary Six students will be taking their study leave soon. The school has held various activities with an aim to boosting their morale.

Our peer counsellors hosted song requesting sessions namely “Convey Your Heart” for students to express their thoughts and feelings on air. S6 Quality Circle offered some Japanese Ema for S6 students and teachers to write down their wishes on these small wooden plaques. In lunchtime, a music show was held to encourage S6 students with uplifting songs. Last but not least, all S6 teachers and students gathered in the school hall where they watched videos recording students’ growth, followed by graduation performance by each class. The curtain was closed in a moving atmosphere after S6 students sung the school song together one last time.

We wish all S6 students best of luck in the DSE. Ho Yu’s got your back!

 

 

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週五, 24 三月 2023 00:00

2022-23 大館遊蹤 Visit Tai Kwun

 

 

 

大館遊蹤           

  日前,中四級學生走進中環,參觀大館(即前中區警署建築群)以了解其歷史意義、活化後的用途,及探討如何利用現有設施及環境達致可持續發展。

  親身走進現場,比只在書本上閱讀文字及圖片,感受定更深刻,希望可譽同學把握每次外出的機會,增廣見聞。


                                                                       

Visit Tai Kwun

  Our Secondary Four students visited Tai Kwun (the historic Central Police Station compound) to understand its historical meaning, purposes upon revitalisation, and explore how sustainable development could be achieved by making use of current facilities.

  Travelling brings about far greater benefit than mere book learning. We encourage our students to grasp every opportunity to enrich their knowledge and broaden their horizons.

 

 

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讓愛跨越膚色、疆的非華語學生參觀

 

218日,可譽的小三至小五級非華語孩子,在教師的帶領下,到香港視覺藝術中心展覽廳進行了兩項活動,如下:

一、名字帽工作坊製作個人的名字帽及分享活動,加深對自身文化的認識。

二、展覽及攤位遊戲在導賞員的帶領下,透過展覽和攤位遊戲體驗多元文化,如:聯合國小食街、星空故事影院等,讓孩子明白到人人雖各異,但亦有相同的概念。

當天師生們都樂而忘返,希望孩子們透過是次參觀,都能從自身文化起,放眼世界,建構共融文化,深深領會到愛能跨越膚色及疆界的可貴。

 

 

Despite differences, we share things in common

Small Small World Carnival” for Non-native students

 

On 18th February, 2023, our teachers and a number of Non-native students from P3-P5 went to Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre to visit ‘Small Small World Carnival’ They participated in the following activites:

  1. Name hat workshop: A workshop of making a personal name hat and sharing with each other. Children can understand more about their own culture and other things across cultures.
  2. Exhibition and game stalls: Under the guidance of the tour guide, through exhibition and game stalls, such as United Nations Snack Street, Starry Story Cinema etc., children understand the message for the big big world: “We are different, but we share something in common!”

Teachers and students had a lot of fun on that day. We hope that, through this activity, children can start from their own culture and explore cultural inclusion in everyday life, so as to build an inclusive society and understand that love that can transcend skin color and borders.

 

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積極規劃未來掌握資訊覓理想

可譽同學參加教育及職業博覽

中四及中五兩級同學到香港會議展覽中心參與由香港貿易發展局主辦的教育及職業博覽」,了解各式各樣的升學和就業資訊。

博覽的「升學區」同學深入了解大學及大專課程的入學要求學習生活情況,以便及早規劃未來,為將來發展作好準備。

在「職業區」同學了解行業性質,探索就業出路,同學親身了解各行業的入職要求前景行業文化及最新發展方向,為自己做好生涯規劃。 中四及中五級同學在教育及職業博覽表現積極,他們耐心聆聽資訊,期望好好規劃人生,為自己的選擇負責任。

 

 

Planning the Future with Handy Information

Education & Careers Expo

Aiming to grasp comprehensive information on education and job opportunities, our S4 and S5 students participated in the Education & Careers Expo organised by the HKTDC at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

In the “Education Zone”, students had an in-depth understanding of the admission requirements and university life of tertiary education in order to plan their future path and get ready for it.

In the “Career Zone”, students learnt about the nature, entry requirements, prospects, cultures and the latest development of different industries for a better career planning. S4 and S5 students actively engaged in the information session in the hope of planning their future prudently and take responsibility for their own choices.

 

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走進南豐紗廠

認識紡織歷史及活化建築

早前,中四級同學走進南豐紗廠,認識其歷史。他們從中了解香港紡織工業由60年代開始的黃金時代,如何承傳並帶領本地應用創意及創新產業邁進新里程。

同學透過親身考察南豐紗廠活化後的用途及特色,探討今天成為本地文化旅遊景點的原因。對於同學來說,親身了解昔日紡紗的過程和紡紗工人的工作環境,是一件新鮮有趣的體會,印象深刻。

 

 

Into the Mills

Exploring the History of Textiles and the Revitalised Building

Earlier, our S4 students visited the Mills to discover its history. They explored the manufacturing heyday in the 1960s, and how it carried on that legacy with a future of applied creativity and innovation.

Exploring the purposes and features of the revitalised Mills, students discussed the reasons of its transformation into an attraction of local culture. It was an impressive, brand-new experience for students to discover the spinning process and the working environment of textile workers in the old days.

 

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