The Annual General Meeting of the Student Association was successfully held on 15th and 16th October. During the meeting, the President, the Internal President, the External President and the Treasurer of the 21st Student Association presented their activities and financial reports. The reports were followed by a Question-and Answer Session so that the students could have a better understanding about the activities and services provided by the Student Association.
ECA Section & Career and Life Planning Section - Interactive Theatre School Touring Performance
Interactive Theatre School Touring Performance --- 'Negative Energies Make My Day' was successfully held on 3rd October 2019. The performance brought a lively atmosphere to the hall. Our students participated actively. The performance started quietly at 2:40 p.m. and ended at 3:40 p.m. with laughter. Career and Life Planning Section will have a follow up activity in the eighth lesson on 23/10/2019.
The Inter-class Cross Country Competition took place on 26 Sep 2019 and 27 Sep 2019. The event was well received by students. Keen runners showed their agility and prowess in the race. Some Old Boys and teachers also joined the event for fitness. Congratulations to all the winners.
2018-2019 Student Association Polaris provided numerous services and held excellent activities last academic year.
Thanks for the contributions of Polaris to schoolmates and school.
The chairman training course was held on the first day of school, 2nd September. By attending the course, chairmen from all different clubs and societies learnt how to run their clubs like writing their proposals and reports for their activities and how to make their activities better organized.
On 23rd and 24th September, the recruitment day for clubs and societies was successfully held. Students approached the counters of different clubs and societies to sign up as their club members at once right after the lunch hour started. Students actively involved themselves in the recruitment days. We hope that students can play an active role in participating in activities held by their clubs and societies in order to make their school life more fruitful.
On Saturday, 21 September, students, staff, parents and old boys of Lasallian schools in Hong Kong attended the Tercentenary Mass, to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the death of St John Baptist de La Salle. The theme of the Tercentenary, One Heart, One Commitment, One Life, represents the fullness of De La Salle’s life and the vitality of Lasallian schools throughout the world.
The SA election forum for our 22nd Students Association was successfully held on 13rd and 16th September in the school hall for junior form and senior form students respectively. Student representatives from Bifrost introduced the election platform about their upcoming activities and welfares. After their introduction, a Q&A section was also held to let students know more about them.
The voting day was successfully held on 19th September during the 4th to 5th period, and the counting was held during lunchtime in the covered playground. Students were welcomed to observe the counting process. For the result, there were 612 effective ballots, 213 votes for “trust” and 349 votes for “distrust”. The percentage of “trust” to all effective ballots is 42.9%, Bifrost lost in the election as they couldn’t reach the minimum requirement of getting 50% of “trust” votes. We thank Bifrost for all the concerted endeavours in the promotional period.
With last year’s cancelled due to Typhoon Mangkhut, this year’s Swimming Gala was held successfully on 17 September, 2019 at Tai Wan Shan Swimming Pool. The Swimming Gala was the first inter-class event of the year. Students represented their classes and displayed athletic ability and class spirit. We were honoured to have Brother Michael Cua FSC as the Guest of Honour.
In CSK, there are 24 clubs and societies including different categories like language, science, hobbies, art etc. Club chairmen not only aim to fulfil the basic requirement of the ECA section, but they also provide huge diversity of activities ranging from science workshops to outdoor excursions, from inter-class debate competition to voluntary service, to provide students with meaningful school life. Committee members from clubs and societies devote themselves to running their clubs to provide huge diversity of activities to all CSK boys.
To reward their unremitting efforts of the last school year, an Outstanding ECA Club Award will be provided to club chairmen whose performance stood out the crowd the last school year.
The Outstanding ECA Award goes to
|Chairman||Class||Clubs & Societies|
|Cheung Wang Shun||6B||Chinese History society|
|Wong You Cho||6B||Chinese language society|
|Liu Wing Him||4D||Music Club|
|Chan Tsun Ho||5A||Photography Club|
|Chan Man Ho||6D||Red Cross|
Congratulations to all award winners.
We hope that CSK boys can participate more actively in activities organized by clubs and society, making your school life more fruitful, and leave an unforgettable memory in CSK after you graduate.
On the first day of school, CSK was blessed by the Opening Mass celebrated by Rev. Benedict LAM Cho-ming. In the Homily, he shared the parable of the mustard seed - what faith in the size of a mustard seed can really do to our lives. He also shared the three qualities expressed in the Serenity Prayer - serenity, courage and wisdom, and encouraged us to understand our own potential, our own limits and our capacity for transcendence. The Opening Mass came to the end with the blessing of our guest celebrant. The Opening Mass was followed by the Kick-Off Ceremony of the 50th Anniversary.
Students completed the summer course in Reading. It was a challenging and exciting experience. The world opened up more for them, as our students mixed with their new friends from other countries in English lessons. Our students had no less passion and participation than their new friends in sports and games, and even more so when they were toured around the stately landmarks of London. The guided walks through St. James’s Park, the British Museum, Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, and the boat ride on River Thames from Greenwich to Westminster Pier, to name a few, have also rewarded our students with remarkable learning for their lives.
Speech Day 2019 took place on Monday 8 July. Many parents attended the ceremony and celebrated the achievements of our graduates. We were honoured to have Professor Stephen YL Cheung, President of The Education University of Hong Kong, to address the school and present the certificates to our graduates. Many graduates have been with CSK since Secondary One. It is gratifying to see them graduate and move on.
Our school joined the Revive-a-Life Programme organised by the Emergency Medicine Unit, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong. The programme provided training on compression-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation (COCPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) for secondary school students and teachers. Three training sessions were held on 31 May, 1 June and 3 June, 2019 at our school. Forty-one Form 4 students and twenty-one Red Cross members were trained to perform COCPR and AED to an adult with sudden cardiac arrest.
CSKPS students joined a science activity at CSK on 24 June, 2019. It was so much fun to explore the microscopic world and extract DNA from squishy strawberry.
由香港新一代文化協會及香港大專學習主辦並由清華大學協辦的「清華大學明日領袖培訓計劃2019」 已經完滿結束，我校六丙班吳哲朗同學成功入選為其中一位成員並且在團中擔任副組長的角色， 最後更被大會選為「優秀團員」、「優秀組長」、「優秀小組」及「最受歡迎小組」的4項嘉許，並獲頒授清華大學結業證書及證書兩張以示鼓勵。
The Golden Jubilee Fundraising Dinner was held successfully on 22 June 2019 at the school hall. The event was hosted by the Old Boys' Association. It brought together the CSK community. High points from the evening included a range of performances and a live auction. All donations received went to the CSK Golden Jubilee Fund for improving the school facilities and learning environment for students. A big thank you to everyone who supported the event, making it a great success.
The AFS Exchange Programme is established by a non-profit voluntary organization, AFS, which has been dedicated to promoting international exchange activities for decades. It is to establish mutual respect and understanding among participants worldwide through exchange programmes, with a view to achieving the vision of racial harmony and world peace. This year we are honoured to have Antoon Vanvinckenroye staying here with us in CSK. The programme has come to an end and we wish Antoon the best in the future and we hope he will always remember his unforgettable and fruitful year in CSK.
Congratulations to the winning classes! Each winning class was awarded $800 vouchers as prizes. The best five winning classes of the 50th Anniversary Inter-class Video Shooting Competition were as follows: 1C / 5A / 1D / 2A / 3C
The winning entries were uploaded to the school 50th anniversary Facebook and Instagram. Videos produced by all classes could be viewed during lunchtime for three consecutive days in late May. Students enjoyed the showcase and found the videos entertaining and unforgettable, looking forward to other celebratory events.
The English Debate Team got the 1st-runner- up in the 34th Sing Tao Inter-School Debating Competition
The English Debate Team went through an unusual journey this year. It is the first time for them to enter the Grand Final. The team finally snatched the 2nd place in the 34th Sing Tao Inter-School Debating Competition. Throughout all the rounds, the Captain of the team, Larry Lau, was named the Best Debater 4 times and the Best Interrogative Debater twice. It was a memorable moment for them as the team was supported by the Principal, Vice-principals, teachers, old boys, retired teachers, parents and students at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium last Friday.
Congratulations to all the debaters in the Grand Final! They are:
5D Lau Yu Ka, Larry
5D Agustin Earl Joshua Gonzales
5D Yuen Ka Hang, Christian
3D Choy Shing Yau Zenith
3D Li Ching Yin Clement
2D Yu Hing Fung Ryan
It has been a fruitful year for both the Junior and Senior Debate Team. They are both now in the final round of the Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition! Stay tuned!
For the first time in the history of Chan Sui Ki (La Salle) College, old boys of all ages competed in an athletics meet on 4th May 2019 to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Despite occasional rain showers, around forty old boys competed in a variety of track and field events at Perth Street Sports Ground, exhibiting strength, skill and endurance. While the competitors were contending for the crown, their family and friends gave them the best cheers on the spectators’ stand. The fundraising event organized by the Old Boys’ Association was drawn to a close with some old boys and their children taking part in a 2 x 50 m family relay. The fantastic afternoon provided an opportunity for old boys to meet the retired teachers and to strengthen the spirit of boys in red.