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8-Aug-2012

Summer Adaptation Programme
The Summer Adaptation Programme was designed to help our incoming Form 1 boys prepare for their secondary studies. The programme included school facility introduction, community visits, English immersion programmes, adolescent health programmes, and so on. The graduation ceremony, together with a parenting talk and a uniform group exhibition, was held on the last day and well-received by both parents and students.

8-Jul-2012

Tak Sun Family Fun Day
This is an annual event celebrating joyfulness among all families of Tak Sun schools. We have invited Mr. Yeung Cheung Li, the District Officer, as our Guest of Honour. Starting with a Sunday Holy Mass, the Family Fun day offered wonderful variety shows, game booths, sports games, auctions, book fairs, charity sales, student performances, teacher performances, and much more. Approximately 1000 parents, teachers and students from the secondary school, the primary school and the kindergarten took part joyfully on that unforgettable day for all Tak Sun family members.

15-Jun-2012

12th Annual Speech Day
Speech Day is a milestone for our Form 6 and 7 students, especially this year as they are the last batch of HKALE students and first batch of HKDSE students. The Guest of Honour of our 12th Annual Speech Day ceremony was Prof. Lawrence Lai, the Professor of the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Hong Kong. He gave an enlightening keynote address to our graduates regarding the attitude they should have. The valedictory address was given by CHAU Kwan Hang, Denis of 6M. The winner of the Jockey Club Shield 2010-2011 is LOUIE Yin Lam of 6J. In addition, various awards were presented to recognize students' efforts. More information can be found following the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/2011-12 Form6and7 Top.pdf

12-Jun-2012

Prize Presentation (June 2012)
The School recognizes students' efforts through the regular prize presentation. The winners or participants of different activities are invited to come onto the stage and be recognized by teachers, students and Principal. This helps awardees to continue their efforts and encourages their schoolmates to do their best in their field of interest. More information can be found following the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/Prize Presentation June 2012.pdf

26-May-2012

Visit to United International College, Zhuhai
With the coordination by our Parent-Teacher Association, our Careers Team has organized a visit to United International College (UIC), Zhuhai, China for our senior secondary students on 26th May 2012. Around 30 students, parents and teachers participated in the visit to this institution. UIC is co-established by the Beijing Normal University and the Hong Kong Baptist University with the special approval by the Government of China. According to their introduction, UIC graduates will be recognized by China, Hong Kong and other international countries. It is believed that students would have more exposure in their career choices, especially after their public examinations, after this visit.

22-May-2012

Prize Presentation (May 2012)
The School recognizes students' efforts through the regular prize presentation. The winners or participants of different activities are invited to come onto the stage and be recognized by teachers, students and Principal. This helps awardees to continue their efforts and encourages their schoolmates to do their best in their field of interest. More information can be found following the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/Prize Presentation May 2012.pdf

20-May-2012

TSSS students at City Forum
Selected Form 5 students and 3 teachers attended the City Forum arranged by RTHK on 20th May 2012. The public forum is about the marathon filibuster at the Legislative Council (Legco) and the first time powers in the rules of procedure invoked by the president to halt debate on a controversial bill to restrict Legco by-elections (??????? ????????). Apart from listening different views from different parties on this hot topic, our student even got a chance to express his opinion. This is a very good opportunity for them to enhance their knowledge in Liberal Studies.

15-May-2012

Funeral Service of LUNG Chi Chung Ben (2004 F7 Graduate)
On behalf of the family of LUNG Chi Chung Ben (???) (F7 graduate of Class of 2004), we would like to inform you that Ben’s memorial service will be held on 25th May (Friday) from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the Room 304 at Kowloon Funeral Parlour (?????). Christian service will be organized. His funeral will be held on 26th May (Saturday) at 8:30 am. Then, they will proceed to Cape Collinson Crematorium (???????). May he rest in peace.

14-May-2012

Interview with the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions (???????)
Selected Form 3 students conducted an interview with Mr. Leung Fu Wah (?????), the Vice-President of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions on 14th May 2012 about the possible effects of the implementation of minimum wage in Hong Kong last week. This activity enhances students collecting first-hand data for their Contemporary Studies project learning final report.

7-May-2012

In memory of LUNG Chi Chung Ben (2004 F7 Graduate)
With great sadness, we would like to inform you that LUNG Chi Chung Ben (F7 graduate of Class of 2004) passed away on 7th May 2012. He was 27. Our Tak Sun Secondary School Alumni Association has set up a fundraising campaign for his medical expenses. The donation received will be given to his family as a condolence. On 11th May 2012 (Friday), a special mass will be arranged in the morning at 8:30 am at the School Chapel. May he rest in peace.

24-Mar-2012

JA Personal Finance Programme 2011-12
In collaboration with Junior Achievement (Hong Kong), our school organized an in-house Personal Finance Programme for Form 3 students. The business volunteers, Mr. Jason Fung & Mr. Wesley Wong, organized a series of in-class activities to enhance students' understanding towards personal financial management skills such as budgeting, saving, paying bills etc. The programme was well-received by our Form 3 students.

23-Mar-2012

Stock Trading Game 2011-12
More than 50 Form 3 students have participated in the Stock Trading Game, organized by Social & Humanities Society. It enhanced students' understanding towards stock market operation and establishing the relationship between current news and stock price changes.

18-Mar-2012

Slam Dunk Challenge – Basketball with Social Service
11 students were selected to participate in this programme. They are required to complete a series of social services from November 2011 to February 2012. Then, they are now having matched in Boys Open Group (24 teams). They understand their abilities more through the social service and sports activities, which were important in their personal development.

In the last few weeks, we won first 2 matches in the qualifying matches,
1st match: 42:25 vs CNEC Lee I Yao Memorial Secondary Scholl (which was the 5th last year)
2nd match: 47:22 vs BGCA Jockey Club Sheung Wan Youth Integrated Service Centre

8-Mar-2012

Form 3 Careers Workshop
In order to help our Form 3 students understand more about the elective choice in their Senior Secondary curriculum, the School Social Worker and the Careers Team organized a workshop for them to let them understand the situation they might face on that day and provide them with guidance on how to choose their electives and their careers. This workshop was well received by students.

5-Mar-2012

C-Grade Handball. Tak Sun vs La Salle College 27:23
Our friends at La Salle College returned our visit for a second friendly match with our Grade C Handball Team. Apart from keeping a good friendship between two Catholic schools, all players learned a lot in a very competitive match. This time Tak Sun won the match by 27:23 after 90 minutes of play, so the tally so far stands at Tak Sun 1: La Salle College 1.

3-Mar-2012

Gary Lui wins best debater in a Chinese Debate Competition
The School would like to congratulate 4J LUI Chi Fung on winning “The Best Debater” in the first round of the Inter-school Debate (New Territories) held on 3rd March 2012 at Tong Kwok Wah Secondary School. The motion is “Charity Law should be introduced by the Hong Kong Government”.

29-Feb-2012

Hong Kong China Rowing Association demonstration
The Hong Kong China Rowing Association came to promote rowing. Every class was given a chance to know more about rowing in Hong Kong and all students had a hand-on experience of using the rowing machines to race.

28-Feb-2012

Monthly Prize Presentation (February 2012)
The School recognizes students' efforts through the regular prize presentation. The winners or participants of different activities are invited to come onto the stage and be recognized by teachers, students and Principal. This helps awardees to continue their efforts and encourages their schoolmates to do their best in their field of interest. More information can be found following the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/Prize Presentation Feb 2012.pdf

24-Feb-2012

Parents’ Forum
All Term 2 Parents' Forums are organized in two Friday evenings (Form 1, Form 2 and Form 4 on 24th February; and Form 3 and Form 5 on 2nd March). More than 500 parents in total attending this event. The main purpose was to build a communication platform with parents for the better formation of their sons. Themes were different at different formation levels, including Tak Sun Family Fun Day promotion by parents, Healthy Sleep Talk by CUHK professors, Careers talk by professional bodies, Senior Secondary curriculum by Careers Team and class forums by Class tutors.

24-Feb-2012

Water Rocket Competition 2012
The Science Stream organized a Water Rocket Competition for all Form 2 students in order to enhance their practical learning. Through this activity, the students could experience the application of scientific knowledge to daily life.

23-Feb-2012

AWE Programme 2012
The Activity Week Experience (AWE) Programme is a core part of the school curriculum for all Form 1 to Form 5 students in the realm of experiential learning. This year, it was held from 30th January to 3rd February 2012 with 21 programmes, including 7 overseas programmes, 6 mainland programmes and 8 local programmes. Through these unique programmes, students and teachers alike can widen their horizons all over the world. More information can be found at the School Website -> Curriculum -> AWE Programme.

3-Feb-2012

AWE Programme: Healthy Football Camp
The Healthy Football Programme was always one of the AWE programme with very high number of student intake every year. More than 60 students, with 2 visiting students coming from the mainland, had joined this programme this year. We chose the scenic Sheung Shui Community Sports Camping site as our soccer training base this time. We had spent 3 days in the camp before we moved to Ma On Sha Grass Pitch for another 2-day training. Despite most students devoured every tasty meal provided by in the camp, they definitely had gained muscle instead of fat via the intensive football training. All football lovers enjoyed the programme very much as they could learn soccer skill and talk about football together. Finishing the 5-day activity, they all went home with a happy face and with their backpack carrying 3 set of soccer jersey with socks, a pair of soccer boot, a soccer ball, a soccer match ticket and a soccer magazine!

3-Feb-2012

AWE Programme: Astronomy & Space Exploration
Nothing is better than that we can observe a lot of stars and constellation when we are looking at the sky. Our students, who joined the programme, had the chance to go to the Astropark in Sai Kung on the first day of February. It is difficult to imagine that we can observe those images in Hong Kong. I think it is valuable and unforgettable experience of them.

3-Feb-2012

AWE Programme: Robotics World
The course aims to introduce programming techniques and topics of robotics. Upon successful completion of the course, the students would be able to programme the robot to perform some tasks and to write some simple computer programmes.

3-Feb-2012

AWE Programme: Learning in Nature
The AWE programme of “L05 Learning in Nature” has been held from 30/1/2012 to 3/2/2012. Students had close encounter with many fascinating animals like giant pandas, sea lions, seals, sharks and etc. They have learnt many interesting facts about these animals as well as the threats they are facing. Most importantly, the participating students understand that they can play a critical role in conserving these animals and their living environment by changing their consumption habit. Many of them promise that they are not going to consume shark fin soup to save sharks living in the ocean, buying less products containing palm oil to reduce the need of destroying the rainforest, and choose seafood obtained from environmental friendly fishing methods.

3-Feb-2012

AWE Programme: Hollywood Movie Production Master
This programme provided changes for students to learn more on professional movie production software. Students made use of Adobe Premiere Pro® and Adobe After Effects® professional software to produce excellent movies with movie effects. Their products are really amazing!

3-Feb-2012

AWE Programme: Hong Kong Society Though The Lens
This programme links up project learning with personal interest. Through different investigation methods (e.g. information search, site visit, interview and so on), students will have in-depth understanding of selected Hong Kong society. Together with photography training, students will have chances to present their findings and ideas through photos in creative and extraordinary way. They can also share their masterpieces with others through exhibition. If you want to be a photographer or journalist, you can't miss this programme.

3-Feb-2012

AWE programme: Exploration of local history & culture
To let our students understand the importance of heritage conservation in Hong Kong is the main purpose of our tour this year. Throughout the programme, students can experience and cherish our local heritage after visiting different historical buildings in Hong Kong.

3-Feb-2012

AWE programme: Exploring Hong Kong Society
“Exploring Hong Kong Society” is a new AWE programme. This programme brought students to different parts in Hong Kong. Throughout the programme, students can interact with legislative councilor, university professors, social workers and staffs in an organic farm. Students gained valuable experience by walking into the real world which may be different to the knowledge that they had gained from textbook.

30-Jan-2012

AWE Programme
The Activity Week Experience (AWE) Programme is a core part of the school curriculum for all Form 1 to Form 5 students in the realm of experiential learning. This year, it will be held from 30th January to 3rd February 2012. This year sees 21 programmes, including 7 overseas programmes, 6 mainland programmes and 8 local programmes. Through these unique programmes, students and teachers alike can widen their horizons all over the world. Their exciting adventures during their unforgettable trips can be found at the School Website -> Curriculum -> AWE Programme.

5-Jan-2012

Nike Pro Combat Special Force School Attack
A group of Sport trainers came to our School and provide training and conduct running tests to students according to the SPARQ (???????). The SPARQ is focused on helping athletes improve their game-day performance by developing the five key components of superior athleticism: speed, power, agility, reaction and quickness. SPARQ Training gives you the drills, programs, insight and information you need to work smarter, train harder and get better faster. They also provide their products for the best performing students.

2-Jan-2012

Alumni Homecoming Barbeque
This was an annual School event engaging all old boys coming back to their alma mater, which was mainly organized by the Tak Sun Secondary School Alumni Association. Ball games, board games and computer games were arranged together with the barbeque. More than 100 old boys and teachers coming back to support. After the event, some of them even went outside for another gathering again!

22-Dec-2011

Christmas Party and Singing Contest 2011
The celebration this year was held on 22nd December 2011 and coordinated by the FIDE Society. It consisted of three parts, namely, an AWE Introduction Day, Singing Contest Final and an individual class Christmas celebration. Apart from the excellent performances by the students in the Singing Contest, the students also enjoyed the food and presents. Of course, they also had a better understanding of the meaning of Christmas - the birth of Jesus Christ and his selfless sacrifice for all of us. The School would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

21-Dec-2011

Parent Manager Election
The Parent Manager Election for the Incorporated Management Committee commenced on 14 December under the supervision of the Election Manager, Mr. CHAN Hoi To, the Vice-chairman of our Parent-Teacher Association (PTA). The counting of votes was held at 7:30 pm on 21st December and the results are as follows:
No. of votes: 872
1. Ms. Vivian Yip (a Form 3 parent): 348 votes
2. Mr. YY Yip (a F2 parent): 314 votes
3. Mr. Pierre Fung (a F5 parent): 474 votes

Hence, according to the PTA constitutions, Mr. Pierre Fung and Ms. Vivian Yip will be nominated as the School's Parent Manager and Alternative Parent Manager. Congratulations to Mr. Fung, Ms. Yip and the PTA.

26-Nov-2011

Class of 2018 Admission Information and Open Day
In order to provide relevant information to the parents about the Class of 2018 Admission, apart from the Information Session, an Open Day was organized for students to demonstrate their talents they had developed after learning at Tak Sun. More than 300 people enrolled in our information session and visited our School.

22-Nov-2011

12th Athletics Meet
The 12th Athletics Meet was held at Shatin Sports Ground on 21st and 22nd November. Under the flags of the house emblems, all students participating in the events played different roles, such as athletes or cheering team members. Hillary House became the overall champion in all grades! Congratulations!

19-Nov-2011

Joint Uniform Groups School Camp
Uniform Groups are one of the important educational programmes promoted in our School. In order to further enhance their spirit and sense of belonging, an in-school camp was organized from 18th November to 19th November. During the camp, they have learnt lots of collaboration skills which will help them in the future. The programme was well received by the uniform group members.

17-Nov-2011

Book sharing
In order to provide a reading atmosphere, the School organized talks and book sharing on joyfulness in reading. After the sharing, the speaker then stayed behind for signing sessions together with a book exhibition.

15-Nov-2011

Prize Presentation (November 2011)
The School recognizes students' efforts through the regular prize presentation. The winners or participants of different activities will be invited to come onto the stage and then be recognized by the teachers and students and praised by the Principal. This is an important learning for the students whose achievements require sustainable efforts. More pieces of information can be found in the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement//Prize Presentation Nov 2011.pdf

11-Nov-2011

Scholarships and Grants for AWE Programme
15 scholarships for the 2012 AWE Programme worth a total of $66,000 have been awarded to the students with the most outstanding academic results of Forms 1-5. The names of the prize-winners are as follows:
Form 1:   HO King-sun, LEE Pak-man, LEUNG Tsz-shing
Form 2:   LUK Chun-ming, LAU Siu-kit, CHAN Yik-sum
Form 3:   HEUNG Johnny, LI King-man, YAN Cheuk-lam
Form 4:   LEE Chun-tung, CHEUNG Man-tao, CHEUNG Chi-kwan
Form 5:   LI King-lok, HUANG Ching-chiu, CHUNG Shing-hin

Grants worth over $30,000 have also been made to 36 students in order to provide financial support for their participation in the AWE Programme.

9-Nov-2011

Talk on Voting
As an element of civic education, a talk on voting was given to our Senior Secondary Students (Form 4 and Form 5) on 9 November, which is right after the District Council Election 2011. This is a good opportunity to let the students think critically about the election-related issues, which supports them to be potential voters in the future.

2-Nov-2011

Blood Donation
Totally 80 students and staff donated blood on that day, which is a new record in our history. They demonstrated the virtue of caring through their enthusiastic support to the event.

1-Nov-2011

Declaration of House Captains
The declarations of the House Captains were conducted in the assemblies on 1 November. 4 House Captains (5P LEUNG Ka Ho Kelvin of Hillary House, 5P LEUNG Ka Lok Billy of Nansen House, 5J CHENG Ho Sing Martin of Piccard House and TONG Yiu Ting James of Scott House) led their House Committees to declare they would serve their School and the students in the coming year in front of all teachers and students.

22-Oct-2011

Basic Parenting
As parents are the primary educators of our boys, the School emphasizes the importance of parenting. Approximately 60 parents enrolled in the basic parenting course organized with the cooperation of Family First Foundation and the Parent-Teacher.

20-Oct-2011

2011-12 Progress Grant Fee Remission
The School has offered a total 31 Progress Grants to the students in need, which is equivalent to the amount of $460,850. We believe that it will help our boys study well in our School.

15-Oct-2011

Tak Sun PTA 11th AGM and new PTA Committee
The Tak Sun Secondary School PTA Annual General Meeting was held on Saturday 15th October from 2.30 to 4.30 pm. The AGM elected the new PTA committee for school year 2011-12. The new committee is as follows:

Chairman Pierre Fung
Vice-Chairman Chan Hoi To & Catherine Sze
Secretary Mycelle Lo & Connie Lao
Treasurer Portia Wong

Other members include Mona Lee, Zoe Cheung, Penney Fung, Lawrence Lai, Cathy Lee, Ellis Li, Finvict Ho, Tiffany Leung, Jennifer Leung, Eddie So, Nancy Tam, Ng Yuk Mui, Dasy Ng, Monica Chan and Ada Pang. School representatives are Mervyn Lam, Tony Cheng, Dennis Law, Ronald Hui and Eric Kwan.

14-Oct-2011

2011-12 Sportsman Scholarships Awards
The school is happy to announce that the following students have been awarded scholarships for their outstanding performance. Most of them have reached the highest level in their sport and have represented Hong Kong at national and international level. Their scholarship covers full and partial school fee remission. The school congratulates and encourages them in their striving for sporting excellence.

Full Scholarship
1. Lau Tsz Hong, 1M is a Hong Kong Sports Institute scholar in Wushu and joined the International Training Camp in Indonesia. Full Scholarship.
2. Lee Wai Tung, Tony 7A Hong Kong Youth Handball Squad; Champion China National Student Handball Competition, Shanghai, HKSSF Outstanding Athlete.

Half Scholarship
1. Yung Shek Hin, 2J is a member of the Hong Kong National Squad Training Team in Roller Speed Skating.
2. Lau Cheuk Yin, Matthew 4M represented Hong Kong at the Tien Jian Handball Cup in Taiwan.
3. Lau Tsz Wing, Vincent, 4P is a member of the Hong Kong Wushu Team, he joined the China Secondary School Sports competition in Inner Mongolia and took 5th place in the Bank of China 54th Festival of Sport All HK Schools Wushu Competition.
4. Cheung Shun Kan, Kelvin, 5M represented Hong Kong in the China National Handball Tournament, in Germany and in Czech Republic. He is a member of the champion HKSSF handball team and holds the Gold Award from the SportAct Scheme.
5. Lam Ho Ming, Ryan 5M Represented Hong Kong in China National Student Handball Competition in Guangzhou and in the Tien Jian Cup in Taiwan.
6. Wong Tung Lok, Jack 5W is HKSSF Swimming Champion 100 Backstroke A-Grade.
7. Yim Ho Wai, Kelvin 6T is a member of the Hong Kong Junior Cycling Team Member.

11-Oct-2011

Declaration of Prefects
The declarations of the School Prefects were conducted in the assemblies on 11 October. 5J Max Kan was selected to be the Head Prefect and he led his Prefect Team to declare they would serve their School and the students in the coming year in front of all teachers and students.

10-Oct-2011

SA Election
The forum and election of the Student Association were held. Nearly all students cast their votes to select the new cabinet. All students experienced a democratic election. The former Student Association was highly praised for doing a great job in the previous year.

30-Sep-2011

FIDES Camp
The FIDE Society (FIDES), a student organization which promotes the spiritual formation through student activities, organized a training camp for its members at the Don Bosco Camp on Cheung Chau Island from 30th September to 2nd October. Apart from participating in the adventure-based activities organized by the camp and the helpers (including the old boys), the participants had different activities regarding religious faith, such as Mass and Confession, and so on. After the camp, the students’ spiritual formation was further developed.

27-Sep-2011

Grants for Brothers Scheme
As Tak Sun emphasizes family ties, we encourage boys from the same family to study together. Hence, we have established a new grant worth $11,000 (50% of annual school fee) to younger brothers entering the school.

This year, 4 new students have been awarded the grant: 1J. WU Cheuk Man (Brother: 4J. WU Cheuk Him), 1W PAK Man Ho Andrew (Brother: 3W. PAK Man Him Christopher), 1T YONG Vi Jian Ian (Brother: 3T. YONG Vi Jun Sean) and 2W. TAM Wai Ho (Brother: 3P TAM Wai Yin). We welcome them to the Tak Sun family!

20-Sep-2011

Potential Development Scholarship Winners
This year an additional 8 students have been awarded this scholarship due to their outstanding academic performance and behavior:

Form 1 winners are: 1P. HO King Sun, 1T. LEE Pak Man and LEUNG Tsz Ching. Their scholarships cover 6-years school fee ($132,000) PLUS a $20,000 subsidy for the Activity Week Experience (AWE) Programme.

Form 4 winners are: 4M. CHEUNG Chi Kwan, FUNG Hoi Hung and LEE Chun Tung. 4J CHEUNG Man Tao and NGAN Ching Yiu. Their scholarships cover three-year full school fee subsidy ($66,000).

9-Sep-2011

Parents' Forum
All parents' forums are organized in three Friday evenings(Form 1, Form 2 and Form 4 on 9th September; Form 6 and Form 7 on 16th September and Form 3 and Form 5 on 23rd September). More than 500 parents in total attending this event. The main purpose was to build a communication platform with parents for the better formation of their sons. Themes were different at different formation levels.

9-Sep-2011

Handmade Mooncakes from parents
With the mid-Autumn Festival around the corner, our parents from the Parent-Teacher Association has prepared some home-made “snowy moon cakes” for our teachers and staff as a token of thanks for the efforts done to their sons. It definitely showed the close relationship between our parents and the School.

2-Sep-2011

Start-of-school-year Holy Mass
Our annual Start-of-school-year Holy Mass was held at the Cathedral in Central this year. The mass was celebrated by the School Chaplain, Fr. Joey Mandia. All students and teachers attended the Holy Mass, which is a vital part of the student formation curriculum.

1-Sep-2011

Start-of-school-year Assembly
This is the first assembly for students. The new school settings and the new policies were introduced. We hope that all students will have a wonderful year in 2011-2012.

8-Aug-2011

Summer Adaptation Programme
The Summer Adaptation Programme was designed to help our incoming Form 1 boys prepare for their secondary studies. The programme included school facility introduction, community visits, English immersion programmes, adolescent health programmes, and so on. The graduation ceremony, together with a parenting talk and a uniform group exhibition, was held on the last day and well-received by both parents and students.

8-Jul-2011

Prize Presentation (2010-11 Quarter Four)
The School recognizes students’ efforts through the quarterly prize presentation. The winners of different activities and the volunteers in different social services will be invited to come onto the stage. They will then be recognized by the teachers and students and be praised by the Principal and other senior teachers. This is an important learning for the students whose achievements require sustainable efforts. More pieces of information can be found in the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/Quarter%20Four%202010-2011.pdf

8-Jul-2011

Academic Awards (2010-11 Quarter Four)
In order to appreciate the students’ efforts in their academic progress, the School has issued them academic awards including Top in the form, Top in the class, Top in the subject, Good homework submission record, Classroom engagement and Academic improvement. The School hopes that these students will become the role models of their schoolmates. More pieces of information can be found in the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/Q4%20Academic%20Awards.pdf

3-Jul-2011

Uniform Groups Parade Day
Uniform Groups are one of the important educational programmes promoted in our School. Among these uniform groups, different kinds of trainings are provided to the students for their future careers, including discipline training, inter-personal relationship, problem-solving skills, and so on. Currently, we have 5 different uniform groups, namely, Air Cadets, Red Cross, Scouts, Sea Cadets and St. John Ambulance Brigade. This Parade Day is the golden opportunity for the students to showcase their achievements, which also served as an indication of their efforts in the whole year.

30-Jun-2011

Tak Sun Summer Serenade celebrating 10th anniversary
This year, the Tak Sun Summer Serenade was held on 30th June at the School Hall, starting from 7:30 pm. This was an annual show to showcase students’ efforts and recognize their talents in Music, especially in the OSOSA (One-Student-One-Sport-and-Art) programmes. This year, the Serenade also served as the last event of the School’s 10th anniversary celebration. A drama recording the development of the last 10 years was played by current students and old boys. They had been preparing for this show for a long time and it was well received by parents and students alike.

14-Jun-2011

F7 Graduation Dinner
Our Form 7 students have invited our Form 7 teachers to their Graduation Dinner held on 14 June 2011. They have prepared videos and performed different songs to thank for our teachers’ efforts in educating them in the last 7 years. Our Principal, Dr. Herbert, also performed a song with the band. After the lucky draw, all Form 7 students and teachers did enjoy a wonderful night. The School wishes them all the best in their future.

9-Jun-2011

Prize Presentation (2010-11 Quarter Three)
The School recognizes students' efforts through the quarterly prize presentation. The winners of different activities and the volunteers in different social services will be invited to come onto the stage. They will then be recognized by the teachers and students and be praised by the Principal. This is an important learning for the students whose achievements require sustainable efforts. More pieces of information can be found in the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/Quarter%20Three%202010-2011.pdf

3-Jun-2011

Academic Awards (2010-11 Quarter Three)
In order to appreciate the students' efforts in their academic progress, the School has issued them academic awards including Top in the form, Top in the class, Top in the subject, Good homework submission record, Classroom engagement and Academic improvement. The School hopes that these students will become the role models of their schoolmates. More pieces of information can be found in the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/Q3%20Academic%20Awards.pdf

3-Jun-2011

11th Annual Speech Day
Speech Day is a milestone for our Form 7 students. The Guest of Honour of our 11th Annual Speech Day ceremony was Prof. Franklin Luk, the Vice-President (Academic) of the Hong Kong Baptist University. He gave an enlightening keynote address to our graduates regarding their challenges ahead. The valedictory address was given by EON Tsz Chuen, Edward of 7B, a Form 7 graduate of the class of 2011, who is also the winner of the Jockey Club Shield 2009-2010.

20-May-2011

NSS Subject Elective Workshop for Form 3 students
In order to help our Form 3 students prepare better for their choices in the coming HKDSE, our Social Worker and the Careers Team organized a workshop for them to understand the situation they might face on that day and provide them with guidance on how to choose their elective subjects and possible future careers. This workshop was well received by students.

15-May-2011

Charitable 2nd Hand Book Sale
Social & Humanities Society organized a charitable second hand book sale during Family Fun Day. The event was highly successful and able to raise a sum of $302, which will be used for school development. The Society Chairman, WU Wing Hei, Jacky of 6A & Society vice-chairman, CHOW Wai Lam, William of 6A present the fund raised to school principal, Dr. Peter Herbert.

15-May-2011

Tak Sun Family Fun Day celebrating 10th Anniversary
This is an annual event celebrating joyfulness among all families of Tak Sun schools. As we are celebrating our 10th anniversary also, we have invited Hon. Frederick Fung Kin Kee, SBS, JP, as our Guest of Honour, who helped our establishment 10 years ago. Starting with a Sunday Holy Mass, the Family Fun day offered wonderful variety shows, game booths, sports games, auctions, book fairs, charity sales, student performances, teacher performances, and much more. Approximately 1000 parents, teachers and students from the secondary school, the primary school and the kindergarten took part joyfully on that unforgettable day for all Tak Sun family members.

12-May-2011

Cardinal Zen celebrates 10th Anniversary Thanksgiving Mass
Our school was first inaugurated on 12th May 2001. As today is the 10th Anniversary of the inauguration, we have asked Cardinal Zen Ze-kiun to celebrating Mass in the school to thank God for the way He has blessed and protected our school. Fr. Ramon Lopez, the Regional Vicar of the Opus Dei, Fr. Moses Ngai, the Pastor of the Ma On Shan St. Francis Church and Fr. Joey Mandia, our School Chaplain concelebrate with Cardinal Zen. After the Mass, our Fides Society had a short sharing session with the Cardinal about their experiences in the AWE Vietnam Work Camp this year. Before he left Tak Sun, Cardinal Zen was invited to lunch with members of the sponsoring body, the school management and members of the PTA.

1-May-2011

School with new colours!
The School has been renovated after its establishment 10 years ago in 2000. The school badge colours were embedded into the school buildings and fence walls in order to show its unity. You can see our new looks at:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/aboutus/school_photos/

21-Apr-2011

PTA Careers Visit to China
Owing to the rapid development of business in China, more working opportunities could be found there. In order to equip our students with knowledge about the possible career prospects in China, our Parent-Teacher Association organized a day trip on 21st April to visit a multi-purpose factory in packaging in Heshan, Guangdong. This has been a golden learning opportunity for Tak Sun boys exploring their career possibilities and engaging them in learning Geography as well.

30-Mar-2011

Liberal Studies Round Table Forum
Liberal Studies is a new subject for all senior secondary students under the new curriculum reform. In order to provide more opportunities for students to discuss the current issues, a Round Table Forum was organized. Teachers and students were invited to be the guest speakers on the use of nuclear power. Through this activity, the students could look at a current issue from different perspectives and apply what they have learned to their subjects.

22-Mar-2011

Dress Special Day for the recent earthquake disaster in Japan
In order to help and pray for the victims in the recent earthquake disaster in Japan, the Student Association organized the Dress Special Day to show our concern while providing relief aid to the victims on 22nd March 2010. Students were reminded to dress in mourning colours and pray for the victims. Besides, the donation counter was set up from 21st to 25th March during lunchtime, with the support of the Red Cross Youth Unit. Our school has been raised $78015 finally and all donations will be given to the Hong Kong Red Cross for the emergency relief operations. Besides providing the sympathy and condolences to the victims, Tak Sun boys can have a golden opportunity to learn the right attitude to care about others with the spirit of love and caring. The School would like to take this opportunity to thank the participation of parents, teachers, staff and students.

21-Mar-2011

Smiling Action campaign supporting victims in the Japanese earthquake disaster
In order to support the victims in the recent earthquake disaster in Japan, the School Social Worker and the Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Association have organized a Smiling Action campaign. Students and teachers were invited to take pictures with smiles and encouraging words in order to show our deepest condolences to the victims in the quake. Nippon, Ganbatte!

18-Mar-2011

Water Rocket Competition
In order to enhance students’ experiential learning in Science, our Science Stream organized the Water Rocket Competition for all Form 2 students. Through this activity, the students understood more about the close relation between the scientific theories and their daily life.

17-Mar-2011

Prize Presentation (2010-11 Quarter Two)
The School recognizes students' efforts through the quarterly prize presentation. The winners of different activities and the volunteers in different social services will be invited to come onto the stage. They will then be recognized by the teachers and students and be praised by the Principal. This is an important learning for the students whose achievements require sustainable efforts. More pieces of information can be found in the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/Quarter%20Two%202010-2011.pdf

1-Mar-2011

Academic Awards (2010-11 Quarter Two)
In order to appreciate the students' efforts in their academic progress, the School has issued them academic awards including Top in the form, Top in the class, Top in the subject, Good homework submission record, Classroom engagement and Academic improvement. The School hopes that these students will become the role models of their schoolmates. More pieces of information can be found in the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/Q2 Academic Awards.pdf

27-Feb-2011

10th Anniversary Fundraising Walkathon
The first event celebrating the School’s 10th anniversary with our students, teachers, parents, alumni and our friends is the 10th Anniversary Fundraising Walkathon held on Sunday, 27th February 2011. The objective of this Walkathon is to raise money for school development, especially the improvement of school facilities. The Wing Commander, the Deputy Commanding Officer (Operations) of the Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps, Mr. Ivan Chan was invited to be the Guest of Honour of this event. He is also the Chairman of Tak Sun Alumni Association and a School Manager of Tak Sun School. The route of the Walkathon will begin at the School and continue along the newly built Ma On Shan Promenade as far as Wu Kai Sha and then return to the School. All participants did have a wonderful leisure walk under a wonderful weather.

14-Feb-2011

Chinese and Putonghua Week
In order to promote the learning of the Chinese Language and Culture, a Chinese and Putonghua Week was organized from 14th to 18th February 2011. Different activities were organized to increase the awareness of Chinese such as flag raising ceremony, Putonghua assembly, theme talks, cultural activities, tea tasting, teachers’ sharing and so on.

21-Jan-2011

AWE Programme
The Activity Week Experience (AWE) Programme is a core part of the school curriculum for all Form 1 to Form 6 students in the realm of experiential learning. This year, it will be held from 24th to 28th January 2011. This year sees 24 programmes, including 16 overseas programmes and 8 local programmes. Through these unique programmes, students and teachers alike can widen their horizons all over the world. Their exciting adventures during their unforgettable trips can be found at the School Website-->Curriculum-->AWE Programme.

21-Jan-2011

AWE Inauguration Ceremony
The Activity Week Experience (AWE) Programme is a core part of the school curriculum for all Form 1 to Form 6 students in the realm of experiential learning. This year, it will be held from 24th to 28th January 2011. Through different activities, students could have more learning experiences beyond the classrooms and the school campus. An inauguration ceremony kicked off the event today (21st January) with the launch of many student-friendly and meaningful programmes all over the world.

12-Jan-2011

Lowest Recorded Temperature by the weather station at TSSS
Our weather station has been operating for more than two years, which is a good tool for alerting students about the temperature at our School. Today, 12th January 2011, we have recorded 4.7 °C, which is a record low temperature since its establishment. With this indicator, our students and the School can be alerted to implement corresponding precautionary measures against this low temperature. More details about the data recorded by our weather station can be found at:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/weather/

7-Jan-2011

First AWE Day 2010-2011
Activity Week Experience (AWE) programme is a core curriculum for all F1 to F6 students in the realm of experiential learning. It will be held from 24th to 28th January 2011. Before their participation in these activities, they have to understand more about what they are going to learn and present what they have learnt in their selected programmes through these AWE Days. The first AWE Day was held on 7th January 2011. In addition, for the overseas programmes, they even held their parents’ forums to let parents understand more about their sons’ programmes.

2-Jan-2011

Alumni Homecoming Dinner
This was the first time the School had organized an event engaging all old boys coming back to their alma mater. This was mainly organized by the newly formed Tak Sun Secondary School Alumni Association. Ball games, board games and computer games were arranged before dinner started. There was a light dinner and the old boys could still have ball games and board games afterwards and some of them even went outside for another gathering again!

22-Dec-2010

Christmas Party 2010
It was an annual event coordinated by the Student Association. The Party of this year was held on 22nd December 2010. It consisted of three parts, namely, an individual class Christmas celebration, a drama show celebrating Christmas and a Christmas variety show including the performance of the winners from our Singing Contest. The students not only enjoyed the food and presents, but they also had a better understanding of the meaning of Christmas – the birth of Jesus Christ and his selfless sacrifice for all of us.

16-Dec-2010

English Week 2010 has made history!
The English Week 2010 has been organized to empower all Tak Sun boys to experience American culture through info panels regarding American cities and famous American writers, music, announcements, soft drinks, magazines, classical novels, graphic novels, trading cards, sports, food, movies, NBA Museum, documentaries, English Book Exhibition, Q&A sessions, lucky draws, language games and so on, thus developing the listening, speaking, reading, writing, viewing and presenting skills of our students in the realm of using and learning English outside the classroom to enhance an already English-rich campus during the English Week. More than 3500 students have participated in the four-day English Week 2010, a cultural rollercoaster, proactively, joyfully and enthusiastically. English Week 2010 really rocks!

7-Dec-2010

11th Athletics Meet
The 11th Athletics Meet was held at Shatin Sports Ground on 6th December and 7th December. Under the flags of the house emblems, all students participating in the events played different roles, such as athletes or cheering team members. Piccard House became the overall champion in all grades! Congratulations!

1-Dec-2010

Blood Donation
More than 60 students and staff demonstrated the virtue of caring through their enthusiastic support. They donated blood on that day and enthusiastically demonstrated the virtue of caring.

27-Nov-2010

Class of 2017 Admission Information and Open Day
In order to provide relevant information to the parents about the Class of 2017 Admission, apart from the Information Session, an Open Day was organized for students to demonstrate their talents they had developed after learning at Tak Sun. More than 200 people visited our School.

18-Nov-2010

Academic Awards (2010-11 Quarter One)
In order to appreciate the students' efforts in their academic progress, the School has issued them academic awards including Top in the form, Top in the class, Top in the subject, Good homework submission record, Classroom engagement and Academic improvement. The School hopes that these students will become the role models of their schoolmates. More pieces of information can be found in the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/Q1 Academic Awards.pdf

18-Nov-2010

ICAC Drama and Exhibition
In order to provide a correct concept of fairness, the School has invited the ICAC (Independent Commission Against Corruption) to put up a drama for our students. In addition, they have also prepared the exhibition for all students about some cases against corruption.

16-Nov-2010

Prize Presentation (2010-11 Quarter One)
The School recognizes students' efforts through the quarterly prize presentation. The winners of different activities and the volunteers in different social services will be invited to come onto the stage. They will then be recognized by the teachers and students and be praised by the Principal. This is an important learning for the students whose achievements require sustainable efforts. More pieces of information can be found in the link below:
http://www.tsss.edu.hk/students/achievement/Quarter One 2010-2011.pdf

8-Nov-2010

Bioethics Talk for Students
Fr. S. Joseph Tham, from the Legionaires of Christ who teaches Bioethics in Rome, delivered a talk on Bioethics to our senior secondary students on 8th November. The students were inspired by the talk and they could even apply such knowledge to their learning in the NSS and AL curricula.

4-Nov-2010

Careers Talks for Form 7 Students
In order to provide more information on career aspiration and university admission, the School has invited the City University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology to give career and admission talks on 4th November 2010 for our Form 7 students. Our students did understand more and initiate a better preparation for their future plans.

23-Oct-2010

Effective Parenting Workshop
As parents are the primary educators of our boys, the School emphasizes the importance of parenting. Approximately 80 parents enrolled in the basic parenting course organized with the cooperation of Family First Foundation and the Parent-Teacher Association and the effective parenting course organized by the Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong.

20-Oct-2010

Staff Development Day
The School has organized 3 Staff Development Days for our staff members to enhance their professionalism. The latest one was held on 20th October. The member from the Council for Professional Conduct was invited to give a short talk with case studies on the awareness of the teachers' professional conduct. Our teachers learnt a lot from the different talks that day.

15-Oct-2010

FIDES Camp
The FIDE Society (FIDES), a student organization which promotes the spiritual formation through student activities, organized a training camp for its members at the Don Bosco Camp on Cheung Chau Island from 15th to 17th October. Apart from participating in the adventure-based activities organized by the camp and the helpers (including the old boys), the participants had different activities regarding religious faith, such as Mass and Confession, and so on. After the camp, the students’ spiritual formation was further developed.

12-Oct-2010

Activities celebrating the 61st anniversary of the People's Republic of China
As a vital part of Civic Education, our School organized a series of activities to celebrate the 61st anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, including Shanghai Expo sharing talks, board displays, firm shows, writing competitions, campus radio, visit to the National Education Centre and the impromptu speech competition (as shown in the photos).

9-Oct-2010

Parent-Teacher Association Annual General Meeting
The PTA Annual General Meeting, which was held at the School Hall, was well attended by more than 200 parents and teachers. Apart from the participation in the AWE Programme exhibition, they attended a parenting talk provided by Mr. Eric Chan, a core member of the Family First Formation and also one of our School Managers. Also, the new executive committee was formed with Mr. Pierre Fung as the Chairperson, Ms. Alice Lee (parent), Mr. Chan Hoi To (parent), Mr. Dennis Law (teacher) and Mr. Ronald Hui (teacher) as the Vice-chairpersons. The former executive committee was highly praised for their valuable contributions to the success of the PTA in the past year.

7-Oct-2010

House Meeting
In order to enhance students’ house spirit, the House Meetings have been organized in order to let them understand more about their house and learn from the virtues demonstrated by the explorers, who are the names of the four Houses: Hillary, Nansen, Piccard and Scott. The Hillary House captain and teachers were sharing their experiences and expectation with the House members.

30-Sep-2010

National Flag Raising Ceremony and Declaration of Prefects and the SA
As a vital part of the civic education, the School had the National Flag Raising Ceremony held on 30th September to celebrate the 61st anniversary of the founding of the Peoples’ Republic of China. Also, the declarations of the School Prefects and the Student Association were conducted. These student leaders declared they would serve their School and the students in the coming year in front of all teachers and students.

28-Sep-2010

Community Charity Day 2010
The Day was an educational activity that provided an opportunity for our students to learn the virtues of caring and generosity by supporting the Dress Special Day organized by the Hong Kong Community Chest and the Raffle ticket sales organized by the Hong Kong Caritas. Also, in order to enhance students’ house identity, an inter-house fund-raising competition was held. Approximately $35,000 was raised by the students, teachers and staff.

24-Sep-2010

Leadership Training Camp 2010
A Leadership Training Camp has been organized to provide our student leaders with relevant knowledge, skills and values. With the knowledge they have acquired from the camp, they can help school educate their schoolmates in school functions.

24-Sep-2010

Co-Curricular Activities Day 2010
As an integral part of student formation curriculum, all societies, clubs and uniform groups set up their booths to recruit new members. All F1 to F6 students selected their favourite societies to further extend their academic learning experience outside the classrooms. Their performance would be further recorded in their Student Learning Profiles.

22-Sep-2010

Student Association Election 2010
The forum and election of the Student Association were held. Nearly all students cast their votes to select the new cabinet from two teams. After an intensive campaign, the cabinet headed by CHAU Kwan Hang, Denis of 5M, was finally elected with more than 60% of votes. All students experienced a democratic election. The former Student Association was highly praised for doing a great job in the previous year.

10-Sep-2010

Teachers' Day 2010
In order to recognize the efforts of the teachers, our Prefect Team invited all students to present gifts to teachers and sign on thank-you cards to all teachers. Dr. Herbert received the cards on behalf of all teachers.

10-Sep-2010

Mooncakes from parents
With the mid-Autumn Festival around the corner, the PTA has arranged some home-made “snowy moon cakes” for our teachers and staff as a token of thanks for the efforts done to their sons. It definitely demonstrated the close relationship between our parents and the School.

2-Sep-2010

Start-of-school-year Holy Mass
Our annual Start-of-school-year Holy Mass was held at the Cathedral in Central this year. The mass was celebrated by the School Chaplain, Fr. Joey Mandia. All students and teachers attended the Holy Mass, which is a vital part of the student formation curriculum.

20-Aug-2010

Summer Self-Direction Programme
The Summer Self-Direction Programme was in place to help our incoming S6 boys prepare for their Secondary 6 studies. The programme included a social service practice and a leadership training camp. All students were provided with lots of information regarding their plans of studying at a tertiary institution.

9-Aug-2010

Summer Adaptation Programme
The Summer Adaptation Programme was designed to help our incoming S1 boys prepare for their secondary studies. The programme included school facility introduction, community visits, English immersion programmes, adolescent health programmes, and so on. The graduation ceremony, together with a parenting talk and a uniform group exhibition, was held on the last day and well-received by both parents and students.

26-Jul-2010

Congratulations to Dr. Peter Herbert
Congratulations to Dr. Peter Herbert, who was the Vice Principal in 2010 and is the New Principal in the new academic year 2010-2011, on receiving his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Teaching English as a Second Language from the National Chengchi University of Taiwan on 26th July 2010.

16-Jul-2010

Farewell Party for Dr. Edward Woo
Our Principal, Dr. Edward Woo was going to retire in this academic year. A Farewell Party was organized by the School at the Science Park for this eventful moment. Participants from the School Sponsoring Body, the Incorporated Management Committee, Tak Sun School and Tak Sun Kindergarten, present and former Parent-Teacher Association committee members, teachers, staff and alumni enjoyed a wonderful night. The School would like to thank Dr. Woo for his remarkable contributions to our School and wish him all the best in his future endeavours.

9-Jul-2010

End of School Year Assembly 2009-2010
Our annual End-of-school-year Assembly was held on the last day of the School year. All internal and external awards were presented to the students to recognize their performances in the last academic year. In addition, since this is the 10th year of the School, service awards were given out to the teachers and staff who had served the School for 10 years.

8-Jul-2010

Inter-house Chinese debate competition
This was the last inter-house event. All students participated in the debate between the Scott House and the Hillary House. Both sides did put lots of efforts preparing necessary materials for the competition. Finally, the Scott House won in the final debate. Congratulations to both Houses for their superb performances.

8-Jul-2010

End-of-school-year Holy Mass
Our annual End-of-school-year Holy Mass was held at the School Hall this year. The Mass was celebrated by the School Assistant Chaplain, Fr. Joey Mandia. All students and teachers attended the Holy Mass, which is a vital part of the student formation curriculum.

4-Jul-2010

First Uniform Groups Parade Day
Uniform Groups are one of the important programmes in our School. Among these uniform groups, different kinds of training are provided to the students for their future careers, including discipline training, inter-personal relationship, problem-solving skills, and so on. Currently, we have 5 different uniform groups, namely, Air Cadets, Red Cross, Scouts, Sea Cadets and St. John Ambulance Brigade. This Parade Day is the golden opportunity for the students to showcase their achievements.

2-Jul-2010

Flag Raising Ceremony
In order to celebrate the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the School had the National Flag Raising Ceremony on 2nd July, which is a vital part of the Civic Education on campus.

2-Jul-2010

Summer Serenade
The Summer Serenade was held on 2nd July at the School Hall, starting from 7:30 pm. This was an annual show to showcase students’ efforts and recognize their talents in Music, especially in the OSOSA (One-Student-One-Sport-and-Art) Programmes. Students had been preparing for this annual show for a long time and it was well received by parents and students alike.

4-Jun-2010

10th Speech Day
Speech Day is a milestone for our Form 5 and Form 7 students. The Guest of Honour of our 10th Annual Speech Day ceremony was Dr. Allan H. K. Yuen, the Associate Professor of the Centre of Information Technology in Education, Faculty of Education, the University of Hong Kong. He gave an enlightening keynote address to our graduates regarding their challenges ahead. The valedictory address was given by Chow Hok Him, a Form 7 graduate of the class of 2010.

12-Apr-2010

Fair Trade Cup Charity Football Competition
Geography subject has collaborated with the Oxfam for the Global Citizen Service Learning Programme, which aims at increasing students' awareness towards the situation of marginal labour and unfair trade in the world. Fair Trade Cup Charity Football Competition during Social & Humanities Week 2010 is one of the activities organized by 4J students. The fund raised was donated to the UNICEF.

25-Mar-2010

Talk on Faith
As a support to the students’ spiritual support, Fr. Stephen Lee, our Assistant Chaplain, has shared his view on the spiritual formation with our students.

25-Mar-2010

Secondary 5 Mock Result Release Workshop
In order to help our Secondary 5 students prepare better for their HKCEE result release, the Careers Team organized a workshop for them to understand the situation they might face on that day and provide them with guidance on how to choose their careers. This workshop was well received by students.

15-Mar-2010

Pi Week
In order to promote the learning of science, a Pi Week was organized from 14th to 20th March 2010 (as Pi is approximately equal to 3.14 and hence the week starts from 14 March). Different activities were organized to increase the awareness on the daily life mathematical activities such as Pi memorization games, board games, and theme talks and so on.

12-Mar-2010

ICAC Drama
In order to enhance students’ value and attitude, especially of the anti-corruption, with the sponsorship from the ICAC (Independent Commission Against Corruption), the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre has performed a drama to show the importance of the anti-corruption. Our S4 students did enjoy them, which could be part of their Other Learning Experiences in the aspects of Moral and Civic Education.

10-Mar-2010

Leadership Training Camp
In order to provide support to our student leaders in different student organizations, the second part of the leadership training has been given to them at School.

1-Mar-2010

10th Athletics Meet
The 10th Athletics Meet was held at Shatin Sports Ground on 1st and 2nd March. Under the flag of the house emblems, all students participating in the events played different roles such as athletes or cheering team members. Nansen House became the overall champion in all grades! Congratulations!

1-Mar-2010

10th Annual Athletics Meet
The 10th Athletics Meet was held at Shatin Sports Ground on 1st and 2nd March. Under the flag of the house emblems, all students participating in the events played different roles such as athletes or cheering team members. Nansen House became the overall champion in all grades! Congratulations!

23-Feb-2010

Chinese and Putonghua Week
In order to promote the learning of the Chinese Language and Culture, a Chinese and Putonghua Week was organized on 22nd to 26th February 2010. Different activities were organized to increase the awareness on the Chinese such as flag raising ceremony, Putonghua assembly, theme talks, cultural activities, tea tasting, teachers’ sharing and so on.

25-Jan-2010

Activity Week Experience Programme
Activity Week Experience (AWE) programme is a core curriculum for all S1 to S4 and S6 students in the realm of experiential learning. It was held from 25th to 29th January 2010. Through different activities, students could have more learning experiences beyond the classrooms and the school campus. An inauguration ceremony initiated the commencement of the event. The inauguration ceremony was held on 22nd January as a kick-off of these meaningful activities.

22-Jan-2010

AWE Programme Inauguration 2010
Activity Week Experience (AWE) programme is a core curriculum for all F1 to F4 and F6 students in the realm of experiential learning. It was held from 25th to 29th January 2010. Through different activities, students could have more learning experiences beyond the classrooms and the school campus. An inauguration ceremony initiated the commencement of the event. The inauguration ceremony was held on 22nd January as a kick-off of these meaningful activities.

7-Jan-2010

SA Singing Contest
It is an annual event organized by the Student Association. After two qualifying rounds with more than fifty participating units, three finalists in the Group Section and six in the Individual Section entered the Final.

23-Dec-2009

Joint School Christmas Ball
The Ball was organized in our school on 23rd December 2009. This was an event jointly organized by the Student Associations of ours and seven other secondary schools. Apart from celebrating the true meaning of Christmas, students were able to polish up their interpersonal skills.

17-Dec-2009

English Week
In order to further enhance an already English-rich environment, the English Week was organized from 14th to 17th December 2009. Different activities were organized, including an English Soccer Match, Drink of the Day, Lucky Draws, Campus Radio, Movie Shows, Fusion BBQ and so on. Students had great fun in the English learning activities.

9-Dec-2009

Blood Donation
More than 60 students and staff demonstrated the virtue of caring through their enthusiastic support. They donated blood on that day and fully demonstrated the virtue of caring.

30-Nov-2009

Religious Week
In order to further enable students to really become a Christian Gentleman with a Global Outlook, the Religious Week was organized from 30th November to 4th December 2009. Different activities were organized, including the Holy Mass, the Book Exhibition, the Religious Forum, the Choir Performance and so on. Students had great joy in the learning process.

28-Nov-2009

Class of 2016 Admission Information and Open Day
In order to provide relevant information to the parents about the Class of 2016 Admission, apart from the Information Session, an Open Day was organized for students to demonstrate their talents derived from the learning at Tak Sun. More than 200 people visited our school.

28-Nov-2009

Class of 2016 Admission Information and Open Day
In order to provide relevant information to the parents about the Class of 2016 Admission, apart from the Information Session, an Open Day was organized for students to demonstrate their talents derived from the learning at Tak Sun. More than 200 people visited our school.

27-Nov-2009

Science Day
In order to promote the learning of science, a Science Day was organized on 27th November 2009. Different activities were organized to increase the awareness on the daily life science activities such as scientific experiments, theme talks and so on.

26-Nov-2009

Spanish Class @ TSSS
In order to widen our students’ global perspective, the School has offered Spanish classes, mainly for our junior secondary students. With these classes, apart from understanding more about the culture of the European countries, our students might be able to apply for the other languages in the New Senior Secondary curriculum.

20-Nov-2009

S4 OLE Social Services
In order to provide more opportunities for students to gain some experiences for the community services, the School has organized a series of service programmes all S4 students.

16-Nov-2009

HKU Career Talks
In order to provide more information on career aspiration and university admission, the University of Hong Kong (HKU) was invited to give a talk on 16th November for our S6 and S7 students. Some of our graduates who are now studying at the HKU were invited to come back and share their learning experience there. Our students did understand more about their future plans.

5-Nov-2009

Writer's Sharing
Mr. Chan, an experienced first aider, was invited to deliver a talk on joyfulness in reading on 5th November 2009. He shared his experience and then stayed behind for an autograph session together with a book exhibition. Our students enjoyed the talks and asked for their autographs.

30-Oct-2009

Inter-House Competitions
The weekly inter-house competition was officially kicked off by the basketball competition in October. Each house sent the strongest team to compete for the overall championship.

13-Oct-2009

Prefect and SA Declaration
Our Prefect Team and the Committee of Student Association have been officially declared their responsibility and promised to serve and to love the School and their schoolmates. They set themselves as examples, by performing their duties fairly and observing the discipline and rules set by the School.

10-Oct-2009

PTA Annual General Meeting
The PTA Annual General Meeting was held at the school hall and was well attended by more than 200 parents and teachers. A new executive committee was formed with Mr. Eamon Fung as the Chairperson, Mr. David Chan (parent), Ms Ada Ma (parent), Mr. Mervyn Lam (teacher) and Mr. Tony Cheng (teacher) as the Vice-chairpersons. The former executive committee was highly praised for their valuable contributions to the success of the PTA in the past year.

~PTA Website~

10-Oct-2009

Potential Development Scholarship Presentation
These Scholarships are designated for students who have attained outstanding performances to cover fully or partly their tuition fees. A presentation ceremony has been organized to recognize the students, together with their parents, on their effort paid in the last year.

10-Oct-2009

Fide Society
Apart from the regular Religious Studies and Ethics lessons, our Fide Society, a student organization which promotes the spiritual formation through student activities, organized an orientation camp. More than 80 students participated and all of them enjoyed in it.

2-Oct-2009

National Flag Raising Ceremony
As a vital part of the Civic Education, the School will have National Flag Raising Ceremony on different occasions. This year, as the 5th East Asian Games were hosted by Hong Kong, we have organized a torch relay for this event in our School. All torch holders are the Hong Kong Youth Team members from our School.

2-Oct-2009

Mooncakes from parents
As the mid-Autumn Festival is coming, our parents prepared every teacher and staff member a pack of moon cake to thank all their efforts paid on their sons. It definitely demonstrated the close relationship between our parents and the school.

2-Oct-2009

House Meetings
In order to enhance students’ house spirit, the House Meetings have been organized in order to understand more about their house and learn from the virtues can be learnt from the explorers, who are the names of the four Houses: Hillary, Nansen, Piccard and Scott.

1-Oct-2009

Caring China Month
The Moral and Civic Education Committee has organized the Caring China Month to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Peoples’ Republic of China and enhance students’ civic awareness. In this month, different activities have organized including flag raising, assembly, prayer sessions, board displays, video shows, book sharing, theme talks, Putonghua radio and so on. It was a precious opportunity for our boys to learn the right attitude to care about others with the spirit of love and caring about China.

30-Sep-2009

Community Charity Day
The Day was an educational activity that provided an opportunity for our students to learn the virtues of caring and generosity, by supporting the Dress Special Day organized by the Hong Kong Community Chest and the Raffle ticket sales organized by the Hong Kong Caritas. Also, in order to enhance students’ house identity, an inter-house fund-raising competition was held. Approximately $40,000 was raised by the students, teachers and staff.

26-Sep-2009

Leadership Training Camps
Two sessions of Leadership Training Camps have been organized to provide our student leaders relevant knowledge, skills and values. With such quantities learned from the camps, they can help school educate their schoolmates in the school functions.

25-Sep-2009

Co-Curricular Activities Day
As an integral part of student formation curriculum, all societies, clubs and uniform groups set up their booths to recruit new members. All S1 to S4 and S6 students selected their favourite societies to further extend their academic learning experience outside the classrooms.

18-Sep-2009

Student Association Election
The forum and election of the Student Association were held. Nearly all students cast their votes to select the new cabinet for this year from two teams. After an intensive campaign, the cabinet headed by LEE Yat On, Dave of 6B was finally elected with more than 60% of votes. All students experienced a democratic election. The former Student Association was highly praised for doing a great job done in the past year.

3-Sep-2009

Start-of-school-year Holy Mass
Our annual Start-of-school-year Holy Mass was held at the Cathedral in Central this year. The mass was celebrated by the School Chaplain, Fr. Jimenez. As a vital part of the student formation curriculum, all students and teachers attended the Holy Mass.

15-Aug-2009

Summer Adaptation Programme
The Summer Adaptation Programme was to help our incoming S1 boys prepare for their Secondary studies. The programme included school facility introduction, community visits, English immersion programmes, adolescent health programmes and so on. The graduation ceremony, together with a parenting talk and uniform group exhibition, was held on the last day and well received by both parents and students.

14-Aug-2009

Summer Self-Direction Programme
The Summer Self-direction Programme was to help our incoming S6 boys prepare for their Secondary 6 studies. The programme included theme talks by the Principal, teachers and old boys and a leadership training camp. All students were well-prepared for their plans to universities.

5-Jun-2009

Speech Day 2009
Speech Day is a milestone for our Form 5 and Form 7 students. The Guest of Honour of our 9th Annual Speech Day ceremony was Dr. Kwan Siu Kam, the Principal Education Officer in charge of the NSS curriculum. He gave an enlightening Keynote Address to our graduates regarding the challenges in store for them. The Valedictory Addresses were given by Mok Yi Yun Jonathan, the Form 7 graduate of class 2009, and Ho Ka Chun Daniel, the Form 5 graduate of class 2009.

30-May-2009

Interview for the committee of the Red Cross
Interviews were conducted for the committee of the Red Cross YU304 this year. It was used to screen the suitable students with potential leadership skills to lead the Red Cross next year.

29-May-2009

Form 6 Mock Interview
All our Form 6 students participated in this Mock Interview co-organized by our Parent-Teacher Association and our Career Team. They learnt the interview and job preparation skills through real and hands-on practices.

29-May-2009

Flower Offering for Our Lady
As May is the month of Our Lady, our students offered flowers to Our Lady to show their respect.

23-May-2009

Students' Piano Recital
This was the first time the School had organized a master session for students to share their learning in musical instruments. Different students performed in this memorable session. New parents of the Class of 2015 students were cordially invited to join this eye-opening session. [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

16-May-2009

Class of 2015 Adaptation Programme (Part 1)
The school organized Part 1 of the Adaptation Programme in May for the students admitted to the Class of 2015. All students attended the programme and the feedback was very positive.

16-May-2009

Parenting programme 2009
As parents are the primary educators of our boys, the School emphasizes the importance of parenting. This year, the School provided 2 courses on Basic Parenting and Effective Parenting organized together with the cooperation of Family First Foundation and the Boys and Girls’ Club Association. These programmes have been well received by the parents. Certificates were given out as some sort of recognition for parents’ proactive participation.

14-May-2009

Caring China Week
The Moral and Civic Education Committee organized the Caring China Week to enhance students’ civic awareness. In this week, an assembly was held for students to show their sympathy and condolences to the victims of the Sichuan earthquake last year. It was a precious opportunity for our boys to learn the right attitude to care about others with the spirit of love and caring.

8-Apr-2009

The Way of the Cross
This is an important event for us to reflect on how Jesus sacrifices for us and saves us.

1-Apr-2009

Form 5 Mock Result Release
In order to help our Form 5 students prepare better for their HKCEE result release. The Careers Team organized a workshop for them to understand the situation they might face on that day and provide them with guidance on how to choose their careers. This workshop was well received by students.

27-Mar-2009

Water Rocket
In order to enhance students' experiential learning in Science, the Science Stream organized the Water Rocket Competition for all Form 2 students. Through this activity, the students understood more about the close linkage between the scientific theories and their daily life. [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

22-Mar-2009

Tak Sun Family Fun Day 2009
This is an annual event celebrating joyfulness among all families of Tak Sun schools. Starting with a Sunday Holy Mass, the Family Fun day offered wonderful variety shows, game booths, sports games, auctions, book fairs, charity sales, student performances, teacher performances, and much more. A new record of nearly 1500 parents, teachers and students from the secondary school, the primary school and the kindergarten took part joyfully on that unforgettable day for all Tak Sun family members. More information could be found at pta.tsss.edu.hk. [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

6-Mar-2009

English Drama - Romeo and Juliet
The English drama Romeo and Juliet: A modern tale of love and tragedy was put on the stage on 6th March. This drama show was presented by Chunky Onion Productions, a professional educational drama company, and was funded by the English Enhancement Grant from the Education Bureau, the HKSAR Government. Some of our boys participated in the show as masters of ceremonies, actors and vocalists.

5-Mar-2009

Book Sharing by Prof. Sydney Chung & Chan Yik Hei
Prof. Sydney Chung, the former chair professor of the Faculty of Medicine of the CUHK, was invited to deliver a talk on joyfulness in reading on 5th March 2009. He shared his experience and then stayed behind for an autograph session together with a book exhibition. On the same day, Chan Yik Hei, a young inventor in Hong Kong, was invited to share his experience in his inventions. Our students enjoyed the talks and asked for their autographs.

27-Feb-2009

The Second Parents' Forum 2008-2009
The Second Parents’ Forum (for F1 to F4 and F6 only) was organized on 27th February 2009. More than 500 parents in total attending this event were served with a dinner reception. The forums were kicked off by the Principal’s message and the introduction of the Tak Sun study skills framework. They were then split into different sessions according to formation levels: F1, F2 & F4 – formation level reports and forums; F3 – updates on the New Senior Secondary curriculum; F6 – introduction to university admission.

26-Feb-2009

63rd Hong Kong Schools Drama Festival
The School Drama Team, which participated in the 63rd Hong Kong Schools Drama Festival this year, did a fabulous job and got three awards, including the Award for Commendable Overall Performance, the Award for Outstanding Cooperation, and the Award for Outstanding Actor (Hui Ho Lok of 4E). Bravo! [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

23-Jan-2009

AWE Programme Inauguration 2009
Activity Week Experience (AWE) programme is a core curriculum for all F1 to F4 and F6 students in the realm of experiential learning. It was held from 2nd to 6th February 2009. Through different activities, students could have more learning experiences beyond the classrooms and the school campus. An inauguration ceremony initiated the commencement of the event. The inauguration ceremony was held on 23rd January as a kick-off of these meaningful activities.

23-Dec-2008

Joint School Christmas Ball 2008
The Ball was organized in our school on 23rd December 2008. This was an event jointly organized by the Student Associations of Sha Tin Methodist College, Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School, Christian Alliance Cheng Wing Gee College and S.K.H. Lam Kau Mow Secondary School and our school. Apart from celebrating the true meaning of Christmas, students were able to polish up their interpersonal skills.

19-Dec-2008

Christmas Party 2008
It is an annual event coordinated by the Student Association. The Party this year was held on 19th December 2008. It consisted of three parts, namely, a drama show celebrating Christmas, a Christmas variety show and an individual class Christmas celebration. Not only did the students enjoy the food and presents, but also had a better understanding of the meaning of the Christmas – the birth of Jesus Christ.

16-Dec-2008

Singing Contest
It is an annual event organized by the Student Association. After two qualifying rounds with more than fifty participating units, three finalists in the Group Section and six in the Individual Section entered the Final.

16-Dec-2008

Religious Week
In order to further enable students to really become a Christian Gentleman with a Global Outlook, the Religious Week was organized from 16th December 2008 to 19th December 2008. Different activities were organized, including the Holy Mass, the Book Exhibition, the Religious Forum, the Choir Performance and so on. Students had great joy in the learning process.

10-Dec-2008

Blood Donation Day
More than 70 students and staff demonstrated the virtue of caring through their enthusiastic support on 10th December 2008. They donated blood on that day and fully demonstrated the virtue of caring.

8-Dec-2008

English Week
In order to further enhance an already English-rich environment, the English Week focusing on the British culture was organized from 8th December 2008 to 12th December 2008. Different activities were organized, including the Harry Porter Museum, the Principal in Concert, an English Soccer Match, Drink of the Day, Lucky Draws, Campus Radio, Movie Shows, Fusion BBQ and so on. Students had great fun in the learning activities and tasks related to the United Kingdom.

4-Dec-2008

9th Athletics Meet
The 9th Athletics Meet was held at Shatin Sports Ground on 4th and 5th December. Under the flag of the house emblems, all students participating in the events played different roles such as athletes or cheering team members. Piccard House became the overall champion in all grades! Congratulations! [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

4-Dec-2008

9th Athletics Meet
The 9th Athletics Meet was held at Shatin Sports Ground on 4th and 5th December. Under the flag of the house emblems, all students participating in the events played different roles such as athletes or cheering team members. Piccard House became the overall champion in all grades! Congratulations!

29-Nov-2008

Class of 2015 Admission Information and Open Day
In order to provide relevant information to the parents about the Class of 2015 Admission, apart from the Information Session, an Open Day was organized for students to demonstrate their talents derived from the learning at Tak Sun. More than 200 people visited our school. [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

29-Nov-2008

Class of 2015 Admission Information and Open Day
In order to provide relevant information to the parents about the Class of 2015 Admission, apart from the Information Session, an Open Day was organized for students to demonstrate their talents derived from the learning at Tak Sun. More than 200 people visited our school.

6-Oct-2008

A Grade Inter-Class Football and Basketball Competition
The A Grade inter-class sports events remarked the start of activities organized by the Student Association in this school year. With the support of teachers and students, all events are full of audiences. The winner of football competition is 5A while the one for the basketball is 6A. Good job, boys!

4-Oct-2008

PTA Annual General Meeting
The PTA Annual General Meeting was held at the school hall and was well attended by more than 200 parents and teachers. A new executive committee was formed with Mr. Barnabas Leung as the Chairperson, Mr. Eamon Fung (parent), Ms Lereann Shum (parent), Mr. Dennis Law (teacher) and Mr. Ronald Hui (teacher) as the Vice-chairpersons. The former executive committee was highly praised for their valuable contributions to the success of the PTA in the past year.

2-Oct-2008

National Flag Raising Ceremony
As a vital part of the Civic Education, the School will have National Flag Raising Ceremony on different occasions.

30-Sep-2008

Community Charity Day
The Day was an educational activity that provided an opportunity for our students to learn the virtues of caring and generosity, by supporting the Dress Special Day organized by the Hong Kong Community Chest and the Raffle ticket sales organized by the Hong Kong Caritas. Also, in order to enhance students’ house identity, an inter-house fund-raising competition was held. Nearly $45,000 was raised by the students, teachers and staff, which is a new record in the last few years.

19-Sep-2008

Parents' Forums
All parents’ forums are organized in two evenings. More than 500 parents in total attending this event were served with a dinner reception. The main purpose was to build a communication platform with parents for the better formation of their sons. Themes were different at different formation levels: F1 – F3 – introducing challenges ahead to the New Senior Secondary; F4 & F6 - motivating students’ learning; F5 & F7 - career path planning.

19-Sep-2008

Co-Curricular Activities Day
As an integral part of student formation curriculum, all societies, clubs and uniform groups set up their booths to recruit new members. All F1-F4 and F6 students selected their favourite societies to further extend their academic learning experience outside the classrooms.

12-Sep-2008

Student Association Election
The forum and election of the Student Association were held. Nearly all students cast their votes to select the new cabinet for this year from two teams: ION and Change. After an intensive campaign, ION, headed by HO Hoi Tung, Gordon of 6B, was finally elected with 64% of votes. All students experienced a democratic election. The former Student Association was highly praised for doing a great job done in the past year.

4-Sep-2008

Start-of-school-year Holy Mass
Our annual Start-of-school-year Holy Mass was held at the Cathedral in Central this year. The mass was celebrated by the School Chaplain, Fr. Paul Chung. As a vital part of the student formation curriculum, all students and teachers attended the Holy Mass.

16-Aug-2008

Summer Adaptation Programme
The Summer Adaptation Programme was to help our incoming F1 boys prepare for their Secondary studies. The programme included school facility introduction, community visits, English immersion programmes, adolescent health programmes and so on. The graduation ceremony, together with a parenting talk and uniform group exhibition, was held on the last day and well received by both parents and students. [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

15-Aug-2008

Summer Self-Direction Programme
The Summer Self-direction Programme was to help our incoming F6 boys prepare for their Secondary 6 studies. The programme included theme talks by the Principal and old boys, a leadership training camp, a career programme and social services for selling flags and visiting elderly homes. All students were well-prepared for their plans to universities. [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

4-Jul-2008

V-Show
This was the first time the School had organized this V-show. Apart from Variety, V means Virtues. The School believes that it is an educational opportunity to cultivate virtues among the students. This show was supported by the Hong Kong International Institute of Educational Leadership. All parents and teachers enjoyed a wonderful night with the human puppets. [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

4-Jul-2008

OSOSA Night
The OSOSA Night was held on 4th July at the Student Activity Centre, starting from 6:00 p.m. This was an annual show to conclude students’ effort and recognize their performances in the OSOSA Programme. Wind Bands and choirs had been preparing for this annual show for a long time and it was well received by parents.

26-Jun-2008

Feast of St. Josemaria Escriva
The Solemn Mass for St. Josemaria Escriva was scheduled on 26th June to celebrate the founder of the Opus Dei. The Mass started at 6:30 pm at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of Hong Kong Island.

13-Jun-2008

8th Annual Speech Day
This was the first time the School had organized its Speech Day at the end of the school year. It is a strong indication that the F5 and F7 students have completed their studies at Tak Sun. The Guest of Honour of our 8th Annual Speech Day ceremony was Professor Wong Po Choi, the Chairman of the Committee on Home-School Cooperation and the Professor of Department of Information Engineering, CUHK. He gave an enlightening Keynote Address to our graduates. The Valedictory Addresses were given by Ken Wong, F7 graduate of class 2008, who was studying in the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Hong Kong and Nelson Wong, F5 graduate of class 2008.

21-May-2008

Donation for the Sichuan Earthquake Victims
In order to help and pray for the victims in this disaster, the Student Association, the Prefect Team and the Red Cross have jointly organized a series of donation activities from 16 to 21 May 2008. It included the Charity sale of stationery, board of blessing, donation counter, videos for the latest news, notice boards on causes and effects of earthquake, prayers and blessing, flag at half mast, standing in silence and so on. Finally, more than $30,000 has been collected and donated to the Red Cross. Besides the sympathy and condolences to the victims, it is an opportunity for our boys to learn the right attitude to the spirit of love and caring. [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

2-Mar-2008

Tak Sun Family Fun Day
Tak Sun Family Fun Day is an annual event celebrating joyfulness among all families of Tak Sun schools. Starting with a Holy Mass, the Family Fun day offered wonderful variety shows, game booths, sports games, auctions, book fairs, charity sales, student performance, teacher performance, and much more. More than 1300 parents, teachers and students from the secondary school, the primary school and the kindergarten had joy in participation on this unforgettable day for all Tak Sun family members. [CLICK PHOTO FOR MORE INFORMATION IN PTA WEBSITE]

25-Jan-2008

AWE Programme Inauguration
Activity Week Experience (AWE) programme was a core curriculum for all F1 – F4 and F6 students in the realm of experiential learning. Through different activities, students could have more learning experience that went beyond the classrooms and the school campus. An inauguration ceremony signified the commencement of the event. For more information, please click on http://www.tsss.edu.hk/AWEP/.

4-Jan-2008

8th Athletics Meet
The 8th Athletic Meets was held at Shatin Sports Ground on 3rd and 4th January. Under the flag of the house emblems, all students participating in the events played different roles such as athletes or cheering team members. Piccard House became the overall champion in this event! Congratulations! [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

21-Dec-2007

Christmas Party
It is an annual event coordinated by the Student Association. It was composed of 3 parts, namely, a drama celebrating Christmas, a Christmas variety show and an individual Christmas celebration. Apart from enjoying the food and presents, students had a better understanding of the meaning of the Christmas – the birth of Jesus Christ.

17-Dec-2007

Singing Contest
It is an annual event organized by the Student Association. After 2 qualifying rounds with more than 50 participating units, there were 3 finalists in the Group Section and 10 finalists in the Individual Section in the Final.

14-Dec-2007

English Week
In order to further enhance an English-speaking environment and reading habit, the English Week was organized. Different activities were organized, including Drink of the Day, Spellathon, Lucky Draws, Campus Radio, Movie Shows, Fusion BBQ and so on. Students had great fun in the learning activities related to five English-speaking cultures.

6-Dec-2007

Author's Book Sharing by Erica Li
Erica Li, one of the famous local authors, and Zendodric, an old boy of Tak Sun School, were invited to deliver a talk on joyfulness in reading. They shared with the students how reading can help develop their thinking skills. They then stayed behind for a signing sessions together with a book exhibition. Nearly 100 students asked for their autographs.

5-Dec-2007

Blood Donation Day
Nearly 70 students and staff demonstrated the virtue of caring through actions. They donated blood on that day. Our Red Cross Committee (YU304) helped in the promotion of this event.

1-Dec-2007

Class of 2014 Admission Information and Open Day
In order to provide relevant information to the parents about the Class of 2014 Admission, apart from the Information Session, an Open Day was organized for students to demonstrate their talents derived from the learning at Tak Sun. More than 300 people visited our school.

16-Nov-2007

7th Annual Speech Day
It was a great day for us. We started the day with a flag raising ceremony. The Guest of Honour of our 7th Annual Speech Day ceremony was Dr. Thomas Chan Man Hung, Head of Chinese Business Centre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and he gave a Keynote Address on the changes of the world in the past 30 years. The Valedictory Address was given by Au Lut Chi, F7 graduate of class 2007, who was studying in the School of Law of the City University of Hong Kong. [CLICK PHOTO FOR VIDEO]

2-Nov-2007

Inter-house competitions
The monthly inter-house competition was officially kicked off by the basketball competition in November. Each house sent the strongest team to compete for the overall championship.

6-Oct-2007

Parenting Courses
As parents are the primary educators of our boys, the School emphasises the importance of parenting. More than 100 parents enrolled in the annual basic parenting course organized with the cooperation of Family First Foundation and the Parent-Teacher Association.

2-Oct-2007

New school facilities
In order to provide a Quality Education, the School has renovated and installed new facilities. The Performing Arts Theatre helps our boys to immerse in the arts education, including drama, musical, movies and speech training. The Language Studio provides a place for students to enhance their language skills, especially in English and Putonghua.

29-Sep-2007

PTA Annual General Meeting
The PTA Annual General Meeting was held at the school hall and was well attended by more than 200 parents and teachers. A new executive committee was formed with Mr. Barnabas Leung as the Chairperson, Mr. Eamon Fung (parent), Ms Lereann Shum (parent), Mr. Mervyn Lam (teacher) and Mr. Tony Cheng (teacher) as the Vice-chairpersons. The former executive committee was highly praised for their valuable contributions to the success of the PTA in the past year.

28-Sep-2007

Community Charity Day
The Day was an educational activity that provided an opportunity for our students to learn the virtues of caring and generosity, by supporting the Dress Special Day organized by the Hong Kong Community Chest and the Raffle ticket sales organized by the Hong Kong Caritas. Also, in order to enhance students’ house identity, an inter-house fund-raising competition was held. More than $42,000 was raised by the students, teachers and staff.

21-Sep-2007

Parents' Forums (F1, F2, F4 and F6)
More than 300 parents attending this event were served with a dinner reception. The main purpose was to build a communication platform with parents for the better formation of their sons. Themes were different at different formation level: F1 & F2 - introducing the importance of parenting; F4 & F6 - motivating students’ learning.

21-Sep-2007

Co-Curricular Activities Day
As an integral part of student formation curriculum, all societies, clubs and uniform groups set up their booths to recruit new members. All F1-F4 and F6 students selected their favourite societies to further extend their academic learning experience outside the classrooms.

16-Sep-2007

Red Cross Inauguration Ceremony
The Red Cross Youth Unit 304 was officially set up in the presence of Mr. ML Tong, the Committee Chairperson of Red Cross Youth Units and Dr. Woo, the Principal. Thirteen students became Red Cross members and agreed to serve the society. The chief leader, LI Ho Wang, Kenneth of 7A, received the Honour Badge for his outstanding performance in the Red Cross activities in the ceremony.

14-Sep-2007

Parents' Forums (F3, F5 and F7)
More than 200 parents attending this event were served with a dinner reception. The main purpose was to build a communication platform with parents for the better formation of their sons. Themes were different at different formation levels: F3 - streaming process and setting career goals; F5 - career path planning; F7 - university requirements and JUPAS application procedures.

14-Sep-2007

Student Association Election
The forum and election of the Student Association were held. Nearly all students cast their votes to select the new cabinet for this year from two teams: Unity and Surmount. After an intensive campaign, Surmount, headed by MOK Yi Yun, Jonathan of 6B, was finally elected with 54% of votes. All students experienced a democratic election. The former Student Association was highly praised for doing a great job done in the past year.

7-Sep-2007

Start-of-school-year Holy Mass
Our annual Start-of-school-year Holy Mass was held at the Cathedral in Central this year. The mass was celebrated by the School Chaplain, Fr. Paul Chung. As a vital part of the student formation curriculum, all students and teachers attended the Holy Mass.

1-Sep-2007

Class of 2013 New Parents' Orientation Day
The event was organized for all new F1 parents in order to help them understand more about our school, particularly our mission and philosophy of education. The event was warmly supported by about 200 parents.

21-Aug-2007

Summer Self-direction Programme (21-23 Aug 2007)
The Summer Self-direction Programme was to help our incoming F6 boys prepare for their studies in Secondary 6 Education. The programme included a leadership training camp, an English immersion programme and theme talks. All students enjoyed an exciting summer before the start of the new school year.

9-Aug-2007

Summer Adaptation Programme (9-17 Aug 2007)
The Summer Adaptation Programme was to help our incoming F1 boys prepare for their studies in Secondary Education. The programme included school facility introduction, community visits, English immersion programmes, adolescent health programmes and so on. The graduation ceremony was held on the last day and all students enjoyed a wonderful summer.


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