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Friday, November 23, 2018

Deadline for submission: 23 November 2018

 

All students are encouraged to join the 50th Anniversary Logo Design Competition. All entries should be submitted in person to the Visual Arts teachers. The deadline for submission is 23 November 2018.

For details, please refer to the submission form.

Friday, September 28, 2018

由政賢力量舉辦之第四屆卓越學生領袖選舉,經過去年一個長達兩個多月的比賽之後,中五丁班劉宇嘉同學在比賽中得到優秀表現,獲選為卓越學員,並在粵港澳大灣區高峰會當中,在環保產業範疇取得最具創意提案獎,而且劉同學更被大會邀請撰寫民間施政報告當中,環保及保育範疇政策,取得大會好評,並由大會頒發感謝狀,在此再次恭賀劉宇嘉同學獲獎。

Thursday, September 27, 2018

The Handover Ceremony for the 21st Student Association was successfully held on the 27th of September, 2018. As Polaris the 21st Student Association cabinet won the election by a trust rate of 66%, they are now officially the Student Association for the following term of office. Our principal, Mr. Lee and the president of Cohesion the 20th Student Association both gave a speech. Cohesion handed the stamp and the key to the 21st Student Association and Polaris vowed that they would be devoted to serving CSK. We sincerely hope that Polaris will bring a wonderful school year to our students.

Friday, September 21, 2018

去年本校有14位同學參加了一項名為《跑動Teen賦》的活動,《跑動Teen賦》是一個以跑步為主題,提升青少年自我形象,增強自信及連結社會的夥伴計劃。本校同學於活動表現投入、積極,及後更有機會參與短片《跑1次》的拍攝工作,演繹跑動教練少年時代的故事。

經過跑動教練及學校社工的評估,我們選出了三位表現優異的同學,以表揚他們於過去一年的積極表現。三位表現優異的同學分別為4B班陳詠燊、4B班邱子健與5C班葉崇智;他們分別獲頒由校友李俊輝先生捐出的《跑動Teen賦》獎學金。

頒獎當天早上,李俊輝先生特地回校,親自頒發獎狀及獎學金予得獎同學;除了頒獎之外,李先生更以師兄的身份,與一眾師弟分享他於母校的故事,藉此鼓勵同學努力追尋自己的目標與夢想。

最後,《跑動Teen賦》2018-19將於本年11月舉行,如同學對活動感興趣,可向學校社工報名及查詢。

Thursday, September 20, 2018

The election forum of the 21st Student Association Election for junior form students was successfully held on 14th September, 2018. We firmly trust that students gained a thorough understanding about the proposed cabinet – Polaris.

The 21st Student Association election was successfully held on 20th September, 2018. There were 618 valid votes in total, with 408 votes of trust. Polaris has been elected as the 21st Student Association.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Since October last year, six students from F4 and F5 represented our school to join the 'Hang Lung Young Architects Program' organised by Hang Lung Properties. In the competition, 300 F2 to F5 students from different schools in Hong Kong were invited to travel to different districts in Hong Kong so as to enhance their exposure to the characteristics and history of local buildings. Our student representatives explored the features of local buildings in different districts and the beauty of architecture, accompanied by architects and teachers. They joined a series of talks, tours, interactive workshops, a photo-taking competition and an architectural tour-designing competition. This fruitful event came to an end on 21st of July.

Our students representatives are as follows:

5D Cheung Sang Lam
5D Lai Hing Him
5D Chan Tsz Hei
4A Tse Chun Hei
4D Chan Yee Lok
4D Yeung Dik Long

Students are encouraged to join different extra-curricular activities and competitions. Through various kinds of events, not only can you widen your horizons, but you also stand to compete for a warm glow of victory for our school.

Friday, September 7, 2018

Throughout the academic year 2017-2018, the clubs and societies organized various activities for students. Six out of twenty-six clubs and societies had excellent performance, demonstrating their leadership and abilities in organizing activities. To show recognition and appreciation, the ECA Section presented the Outstanding ECA Award to these clubs and societies with excellent performance.

The clubs and societies awarded are in the following.

Accounting, Commerce and Economics Society -------- 5C Lo King Fung
Chinese History Society ------- 5A Leung Chun Kit
Chinese Language Society ------- 4B Lee Chun Wai
Computer Society ------- 5A Ho Lok Ki
Conservancy Society ------- 5A Chat Yat Kai
Red Cross -------- 5A Chiu Ka Lung

It is hoped that the Outstanding ECA Award can encourage students to be more proactive in the participation in extra-curricular activities which undoubtedly enhance whole person development and equip students with communication and leadership skills.

Monday, September 3, 2018

Organised by ECA section, the Chairman Training Course 2018–2019 was successfully held on 3rd of September, 2018. In the course, all twenty-six chairmen of CSK’s clubs and societies received various training of various aspects given by Mr. K. K. Young, the social worker Mr. Andrew Ng, and Ms. Y. Y. Lam.

In first part of the course, Mr. K. K. Young, as an old boy of CSK, shared his experience in extra-curricular activities during his study in CSK and encouraged all chairmen to be responsible so that members’ interest and participation in club activities will be enhanced. Then, Mr. Andrew Ng equipped students with essential communication skills which facilitate teamwork. Chairmen were guided step by step in order to reinforce these generic skills. Finally, Ms. Y. Y. Lam explained the administration duties in detail and presented all chairmen with a clear picture about what they would have to accomplish in the year ahead. In addition, some tips on effective promotion strategies were delivered.

All chairmen enjoyed the activity and found the training course a fruitful experience, promising to do their best and provide CSK boys with quality activities.

Monday, September 3, 2018

On the first day of school, CSK was blessed by the Opening Mass celebrated by Rev. Fr. Cyril Cheung of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. In the Homily, he shared the importance of character education and the need for a new yet traditional approach to education, one that emphasizes character as well as intellectual development. He also encouraged us to live a virtuous life. The Opening Mass came to the end with the blessing of our guest celebrant.

Monday, September 3, 2018

The Morning Prayer and the hoisting of the national flag marked the beginning of the new school year. They were followed by a number of events such as the principal’s speech, the introduction of new staff members and the exchange student from Belgium, and the presentation of ties to prefects.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

The Lasallian Formation Programme for new S1 students took place on 29th August, 2018. Students were given opportunities to learn about the life story of St. John Baptist de La Salle and the Lasallian spirit of Faith, Zeal and Community. A big thank you to Ms. Nikki Chan for serving as the guest speaker.

Friday, July 6, 2018

The Speech Day took place on Friday 6 July, 2018. We were honoured to have Professor CS Tong, Vice President (Administration & Development) of The Open University of Hong Kong, to address the school and present the certificates to our graduates. Professor Tong shared his inspirations from the World Cup and encouraged our graduates to hold fast to the Lasallian spirit of faith, zeal and community. This was followed by the presentation of prizes by other distinguished guests. 

Saturday, June 30, 2018

由我校中文科、中史科、視覺藝術科合辦「日本關西歷史文化藝術遊學五天團」已順利舉行。學生從衣、食、住、行等各方面深入認識日本文化,並參觀當地大學,與當地學生互相交流,增廣見聞。

Saturday, June 30, 2018

Mr. Kenneth WK Tse, an old boy of CSK received the Hungarian National Decroration - Gold Cross of Merit as a recognition of his work to promote the Hungarian folklore culture in Asia. Mr. Tse is the founder and leader of the Knack Cordial Folk Dance Group.

Thursday, June 28, 2018

"Octopus Kids' Nurturing Programme – Curating our Smart City" Mobile Application Design Contest is organized by Octopus Card Limited and St. James' Settlement.

Some S4 and S5 students submitted their mobile apps and finally 5D Poon Tsz Yeung was awarded a certificate of merit of the Secondary Senior (S4-S6) Category. We would like to congratulate Poon Tsz Yeung on his success in the contest and thank all participants for their hard work.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

56 students from SA, Prefectorial Board ,different clubs, uniformed groups and the library participated in the leadership training camp organized by Hong Kong Association of Youth Development (香港青少年發展聯會) from 27th to 29th June. The training camp required students to solve problems and complete the tasks within short periods of time. Participants completed tasks such as cooking, night walk and organizing mass games. The purpose of the tasks is to develop leadership and the sense of responsibility. Participants understood the importance of teamwork and being responsible. We hope that members of different societies will make an effort to organize various activities for our students.

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Yesterday, four boys from 5D were on air! They were the student participants of 'Teentime' of RTHK 3. They had a great discussion with the famous Disc Jockey, Miss Alyson Hau on whether Hong Kong secondary schooling is meaningful to youngsters. The live broadcast of the programme will be on 19th July, 2018 from 9 pm to 10 pm on RTHK Radio 3. You may click the following links to hear the discussion. Stay tuned!

Teen Time Open Space website

Teen Time @ Facebook: Teen Time on Radio 3

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

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 Benjamin Valere Bertland Fontaine staying here with us in CSK. The programme has come to an end and we wish Benjamin the best in the future and will always remember his unforgettable and fruitful year in CSK.

Monday, May 28, 2018

A group of F.2 students participated in a walk-along glider workshop. During the workshop, they learned the principle behind the walk-along glider and tested their own glider in the laboratory and school hall.

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Four CSK students, 5C Ho Lok Ki, 5D Poon Tsz Yeung, 5D Chan Sheung Chi and 5D Lai Cheuk Fai, participated in the Computer Science Challenge 2018, organised by the Department of Computer Science, the City University of Hong Kong. They were divided into two teams and competed in 3 tasks: Algebra Game Challenge, Bridg-it! AI Game Challenge and Robot A-maze-ing Challenge. Participants had to apply their problem-solving skills and programming skills in order to obtain scores in the 3 tasks.

The team of Ho Lok Ki and Poon Tsz Yeung was the champion. Another team of Chan Sheung Chi and Lai Cheuk Fai was awarded a certificate of merit. We would like to congratulate our teams on their success.

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