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張凱婷女士(二零一六年校友)《走「小路」的勇氣》
每次到機場也代表著一個生活階段的完結,我習慣在候機的期間,整理過往生活的事情和思緒,

每次到機場也代表著一個生活階段的完結,我習慣在候機的期間,整理過往生活的事情和思緒,就像旅人離開旅館後,我把房間打掃乾淨,準備迎接下一位旅人。

我正在前往英國的路上寫下這篇文章。原來我已離開母校六年,由一個少不更事的中學生,變成為著信念而負笈海外的碩士生。在這段期間我走得身心俱疲,因為我經歷了無數次的掙扎;同時我也走得愈來愈踏實自在,因為我也經歷了無數次的蛻變。

成長的路途上,有些路平坦寬闊,有些迂迴曲折,但最容易令人感到焦慮不安的,是未知的路。在幼稚園和小學階段,升學是「理所當然」,但中學以後呢?中學時我修讀視覺藝術,走上了一條小路。我很慶幸在中學生涯能遇上良師循循善誘,讓我找到合適自己的步伐和節奏,亦讓我在學制和考試制度的大環境下,在藝術的世界裏找到自己的小自由。

高中時所有人也準備走向公開試的路口,但大部分人也不知道往後會的景況,包括我。一位同學當時說了一番令我很深刻的話:「我不知道自己最後能取得怎樣的成績,但努力地做好當下的事,結果一定不會虧待我。」我很慶幸有同儕相伴,我深深的被這份初生之犢的氣概打動,相信掌控當下,便有機會掌握未來。

話雖如此,人生總有很多不可預計的事。我在大學時修讀藝術系,一邊在藝術的世界裏繼續鑽研,一邊積極地拓闊對世界的想象。我樂於修讀藝術以外的科目,例如副修了心理學。在一節的課堂裏,因為教授請了一位嘉賓講課,從此我的人生道路拐了個彎,向著藝術治療這個方向探索。又一條更窄的路。

不少人好奇,究竟走小路的勇氣從何而來?是堅定的信念驅使的。我相信藝術除了放在博物館,除了放在商業和教育等領域,藝術還有治療的面向,能回應人身心靈的需要。此外,我也很榮幸獲得香港卓越獎學金,支持我到海外升學,學成歸來回饋社會。

希望能在這簡單的分享中勉勵各位師弟師妹,不要因為選擇了「小路」或是仍未知道將來的路而感到害怕。每個人的人生道路也是獨特的,邀請你把握當下、抱著好奇心、堅持信念,走出一條獨一無二的路。


  「路漫漫其修遠兮,
  吾將上下而求索。」
 

最後,感謝母校的栽培,祝願母校繼續作育英才,各位老師教安。

張凱婷女士
- 二零一六年中六畢業生
- 修讀香港中文大學文學士(藝術)
- 修讀倫敦大學金匠學院社會、治療及社會研究碩士(藝術心理治療)
- 二零二二年度香港卓越獎學金計劃獎學金得主
《From Dreaming to Being – My Way Oxford and to Be a Teacher》by Ms. HO Tsz-ying (2014 Alumna)
My aspiration of being a teacher began to germinate when I was a S2 student in this school – probably from the satisfaction of

My aspiration of being a teacher began to germinate when I was a S2 student in this school – probably from the satisfaction of successfully helping others understand a knowledge point. I believe I am one of the very few fortunate ones to have decided my future pathway at such an early stage. However, the key to success definitely lies in not taking this advantage for granted. University provides access to abundant resources and opportunities other than your formal studies. To make the best out of it, you need to be proactive. During my undergraduate years, apart from studying, I constantly engaged myself in voluntary teaching for local non-government organisations and education-related programmes held by institutions worldwide. I also worked as a Research Support Fellow in my faculty for two years, to get myself involved in local educational research projects. By doing all these, I reached an understanding of the actual challenges frontline teachers face. These experiences have been just as essential as my course content and training, as they have helped me develop the international insight and consider the practical aspect of issues in education, encouraging me to weave theories into practices while taking into account the distinct societal context in which our schooling is embedded.

There have been incidences where I have come across thoughts that teaching is almost like a backup plan for degree holders from different disciplines. However, I responded with what Principal Cheng once said, "Our city needs outstanding teachers". Indeed, it requires more than the commonly held attributes to be a good teacher. My undergraduate training and years of service have helped me realise that teachers have to not just be knowledgeable in their subject, but to be wise in content delivery; to not just ask students questions skillfully, but to create a stimulating and supportive learning environment; to not just discipline and guide students, but to model the way a mindful adult and citizen should behave. The professional training and development of we practitioners starts as we enter university and there is no end date. Every little incident is an opportunity for us to reflect upon, to drive us forward and to shape us to be better teachers. Rather than having someone spot the errors and tell you ways to improve, it is essential for teachers to have this self-reflecting awareness from within ourselves, which cements so much our belief that teaching is also as much a learning process.

This is also the reason I decided to go back to university to have my professionality stretched further despite my enthusiasm in teaching in classrooms. I have a strong desire to explore more within the field of language education, particularly Language across the Curriculum (LAC). This research interest has emerged from my personal experience and my school-based observations. I hope, after gaining in-depth professional knowledge in this area through the Masters programme, I will be able to participate in teacher training and English curriculum development in Hong Kong, in order to support language and content-subject teachers in developing LAC teaching strategies that will benefit students' language learning. I remember how I spent days and nights feeling so intimidated by the interview invitation; during the actual process, surprisingly, I found myself very comfortable in elaborating on the reasons for my application and research interest, because those ideas were genuinely my beliefs. I do think it was this confidence I expressed that convinced the institution of offering me a place to study. This entire process highlighted to me that having a clear vision of your ambition is important, as much as your confidence in believing what you will achieve.

I have already embarked on my new journey with the Department of Education at the University of Oxford. My first week here was swamped by new information and induction seminars, as well as opportunities to meet people from around the globe specialising in different disciplines. I feel deeply, through interacting with my colleagues, that the most precious parts of this Master's degree journey are the intellectual exchanges as well as the interaction of the variety of cultural background and living experiences that we are bringing to one another. We need these interdisciplinary dialogues and genuine ties more than ever in the unprecedented challenging time we are in.

I am really grateful that my Master's study is financially supported by the HKSAR Government and the China Oxford Scholarships Fund. With their financial aid, I am able to focus on my studies without worrying about the tuition fees. I am also allowed greater flexibility to participate in social events with other international students during my free time. I will definitely treasure my time here at Oxford and take the most with me to contribute to the betterment of language education in Hong Kong for many generations of learners to come.

Ms. HO Tsz-ying
- S6 graduate in 2014
- Admission to Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Language Education (English) in the University of Hong Kong in 2014
- Admission to Masters of Science in Applied Linguistics and Second Language acquisition in the University of Oxford in 2022
- Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme 2022/23 Cohort Awardee
The English Debate Team's Victory in Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (HKSSDC) 2021-22
The English Debate Team took part in the Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (HKSSDC) 2021-22. Our debaters

The English Debate Team took part in the Hong Kong Secondary Schools Debating Competition (HKSSDC) 2021-22. Our debaters 5D (currently 6D) Wong Tsz Ching Michelle, 5D (currently 6D) Ma Lok Yiu Yoyo and 4D (currently 5D) Tse Wing Sum Summi won Term One Round Two against The HKCCCU Logos Academy on 25 November 2021. The debate motion was that “THW fine companies who use greenwashing advertising campaigns”. Along with the team's victory, Tse Wing Sum Summi was even awarded the Best Debater in two consecutive rounds of HKSSDC in Term One.

Moreover, in Term Two Round Two, our debaters 3C (currently 4A Tam Ka Kit Leo, 4A (currently 5A) Lam Jamie Ching Yu and 4A (currently 5A) Ma Xin Lin Tessie reached another glorious for the English Debate Team and won the debate against CCC Chuen Yuen College on 1 June 2022. The debate motion was that “THW create and enforce filial responsibility laws”. Ma Xin Lin Tessie was awarded the Best Debater in the round.

The concerted efforts of the debaters were greatly appreciated. It is certain that the debaters were well developed with critical thinking and team spirit through debating.

全港學界天文問答比賽2022
本校第一次參加全港學界天文問答比賽,兩隊參賽者分別獲得第三和第四名,成績令人鼓舞。是項比賽包括

本校第一次參加全港學界天文問答比賽,兩隊參賽者分別獲得第三和第四名,成績令人鼓舞。是項比賽包括問答、閱讀星圖、組裝望遠鏡、演講,本校同學憑著對天文的熱情和不屈不撓的精神,經過兩星期訓練,取得佳績。主辦單位及評判朱明中教授讚賞不已。參賽者名單如下:

第三名5D 20 蔡駿裕
5D 8 何方正
5D 26 許哲琨
第四名5A 1 陳樂心
5D 10 賴煒盛
5A 19 林永健
5C 12 麥允政

5D 蔡駿裕

能被老師選中參加全港學界天文比賽是我們的榮幸。雖然我們已學習物理選修單元 —— 天文學和航天科學;但面對具豐富參賽經驗的名校,當初備賽時實在不敢抱有任何期望,甚至只想著「進了複賽就算勝利」。幸好老師帶領我們有系統地學習與比賽有關的天文知識,即使是由零開始,老師的的悉心指導和各位同學的努力,使我們信心倍增,從進入複賽到決賽,最後獲得季軍。

在此感謝林老師、鄺老師和趙老師的幫助,也感激他們,為我們提供了一個如此寶貴且難得的機會。

中一家長座談會
本校學務、輔導及訓導委員會於十一月四日(星期五)與家長教師會合辦「中一家長座談會」。家長反應熱烈, 是次活動

本校學務、輔導及訓導委員會於十一月四日(星期五)與家長教師會合辦「中一家長座談會」。家長反應熱烈, 是次活動共有大約90位本地和跨境學生家長出席,學校在會前收集家長的提問和意見。通過這次會議,家長對中一學生的學校生活有更深入的了解。

2022-2023家長教師會會員大會塈法團校董會家長校董選舉
本校於2022年10月29日(星期六)下午舉行家長教師會會員大會暨法團校董會家長校董選舉。當天

本校於2022年10月29日(星期六)下午舉行家長教師會會員大會暨法團校董會家長校董選舉。當天共120名家長(包括透過zoom參與的跨境生家長)和教師參與是次活動。當天除進行法團校董會家長校董選舉和家長教師會執行委員會會員選舉外,家教會主席葉女士報告上年度家教會的工作並感謝校長、老師、家長和職員的付出,讓家教會活動得以順利進行。會上謝副校長和家長教師會主席頒發感謝狀予各家委及家長義工,答謝他們過去一年協力舉辦多項家校合作活動。選舉完畢後班主任與家長交流培育孩子心得,氣氛融洽。

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柔道運動員得獎報捷
本校柔道運動員在兩項賽事榮獲佳績,她們分別在

本校柔道運動員在兩項賽事榮獲佳績,她們分別在第六十五屆體育節香港青少年柔道錦標賽2022及香港青少年柔道隊際錦標賽,獲得兩銀一金的成績,玆列得獎健兒名單如下:

第六十五屆體育節香港青少年柔道錦標賽2022 3B黎芷瑩女子13-14歲組別-48kg亞軍 3A傅樂怡女子13-14歲組別-52kg亞軍 香港青少年柔道隊際錦標賽 2022 3B黎芷瑩12歲至 16歲組別冠軍
9月9日敬師日
當天早上家長教師會在禮堂舉行敬師日活動。首先由校長致詞感謝老師們辛勞的付出;接着由家長教師會主席葉女士代表家長對

當天早上家長教師會在禮堂舉行敬師日活動。首先由校長致詞感謝老師們辛勞的付出;接着由家長教師會主席葉女士代表家長對所有老師和職員致以由衷感謝。隨後在校長和一眾家長教師會委員的帶領下合唱《言謝春風》,憑歌寄意。最後家教會主席葉女士代表家長向校長致送感謝卡,感謝校長卓越的領導和對學生的愛護,並把兩份別具心思的禮物 —— 蜜糖和水果送給全體老師。敬師日活動在歡愉氣氛中結束。

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中一團隊訓練活動
本校輔導委員會在2022年8月31日(星期三)舉行中一團隊訓練活動,希望中一學生透過活動建立團隊合作精神,認識校園及加強與同學的連繫。

本校輔導委員會在2022年8月31日(星期三)舉行中一團隊訓練活動,希望中一學生透過活動建立團隊合作精神,認識校園及加強與同學的連繫。

2022/2023年度中一迎新日
為讓中一新生及家長了解王肇枝中學的新校園生活和促進家校合作,輔導委員會於2022年8月13日舉辦了中一迎新日。

為讓中一新生及家長了解王肇枝中學的新校園生活和促進家校合作,輔導委員會於2022年8月13日舉辦了中一迎新日。鄭校長、謝副校長(學務)、陳副校長 (學生事務) 、 魏副校長 (行政及支援) 、訓導楊主任、輔導吳主任、特殊教育需要統籌王主任、生命教育姜主任、課外活動周主任、外籍英語教師、資訊科技梁主任及學校社工和中一級班主任出席是次活動。是次活動讓中一學生認識校園環境,幫助學生適應及融入校園生活。活動中,中一級班主任和家長教師會成員與家長和學生會面,希望中一新生能夠享受美好的校園生活。

Home Economics Club Activities (2021-22)
The Home Economics Club has actually planned one activity per every two weeks. However, due to the pandemic, we could only

The Home Economics Club has actually planned one activity per every two weeks. However, due to the pandemic, we could only carry out two of the successfully.

Gingerbread Making Class
On 16th of December 2021, the Home Economics club organized a gingerbread making class for the schoolmates. There were around 30 students who joined the class. We had created different shapes of gingerbread cookies. They came in different shapes such as gingerbread man, Christmas trees and any items that were related to Christmas.

Fashion Show

Date:
25th, July, 2022
Time:
9:00-11:30
Venue:
School Hall
Theme:
Environmental Friendly Fashion – Eco Trendy with Matching Masks
Judges:
Miss Ngai Pui Kwan, Venice (Home Economics department)
Mr. Kwan Cheuk Fung (OLE department)
Miss Tang Mei Chi (music department)
Miss Cheng Man Yan (VA department)
Miss Lam Wai Yee (Environmental Conservation Club)
Special guests:
Our principal, Mr. Cheng as the performer.

There were 7 teams of participants from S1 to S6 with a total number of 70+ students. Originally only S4 and S5 students are assigned to come back as audiences, but we have got far more supporters from other forms and also teaching staff and the minor staff. A very cheering crowd indeed.

The participants had exceeded our imagination as how to make use of 2nd hand clothing and how to wear mask in a fashionable way during the pandemic.

There were a few highlights of the event. One of them definitely was the voting for the most outstanding models by the audiences.

School Closing Ceremony (5-8-22)
It's a record in our school that the Closing Ceremony was held in August. From the date, it reflects HK students have been experiencing a

It's a record in our school that the Closing Ceremony was held in August. From the date, it reflects HK students have been experiencing a difficult year which is full of challenges. Thank you God for all His blessings to our school. Our students continue to achieve excellent academic results as well as non-academic ones in different aspects. During the Ceremony, Principal Cheng gave an inspiring speech and students learned the qualities that they should pursue in the near future in order to face the challenges in this 21st century.

In addition, many academic and non-academic prizes were presented by different departments and committees to acknowledge students' efforts. It is hoped that students can enhance their faith, self-esteem and self-love, which will motivate them to achieve more remarkable accomplishments.

Finally, Principal Cheng gave credits and acknowledged the ongoing efforts contributed by the retired and resigned teachers. They were invited to give a short farewell message to our students individually. A souvenir was presented to each of them with an aromatic bouquet of flowers and we sang a send-off song “風雨同路” together at the end of the Ceremony. What an unforgettable moment!

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