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Power Station Writing Competition
Aiming to have a better understanding of the current electricity usage and ...

Aiming to have a better understanding of the current electricity usage and mechanisms of generating electricity in the territory, students studying physics joined a programme organized by the Tai Po Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education, and visited the Castle Peak Power Station on 7th November 2014. There, we visited an exhibition called ‘the Electricity World’ that not only contained informative booths, but also simple experiment apparatus and models to demonstrate the process of generating electricity and saving energy. Then, a few students joined the related Power Station Writing Competition.

Now, we are glad to announce that two students, 5D Lau Sheung Ki and 5E Lee Yin Wing, won the Champion and the First Runner-up respectively in the Writing Competition. The following are the two awarded writings:

5D Lau Sheung Ki

能源供不應求已成為全球矚目的問題, 尤其是香港人耗電量甚高, 情況頗令人憂慮, 同時亦反映出潔淨能源的重要性。透過這次參觀, 不僅使我了解發電的運作模式, 更提高我對環境生態的關注。

電力世界分為五大範疇: 電力101、發電、輸電及配電、能源效益與環保燃料。配合導賞員悉心講解, 加上有趣的遊戲及精彩的短片, 使我理解基本發電和輸電方式。並鼓勵我使用高能源效益產品、減少碳足印, 更認識香港現時採用的環保燃料、領略實踐能源效益的重要性, 令我大開眼界。

此次奇妙的電力之旅令我受益匪淺, 從今我必會珍惜能源、邁向低碳生活!

5E Lee Yin Wing

早前,我與同學一起參觀了位於屯門的青山發電廠。我們參觀了「電力世界」的展覽。通過瞭解發電的過程、設施、及節約用電的秘訣,明白到電力的珍貴,因為發電過程不但複雜難辨,而且煤更是不可再生能源,令我不禁反思現今香港人用電量節節上升,揮霍無度。市民毫無節能的意識,對此置若罔聞。

之後,我又觀看了技術人員如何更換及檢查渦輪蒸汽機。感受著龐然大物所引起的絲絲震動,我更感悔疚。發電的過程艱難無比,但我卻於彈指間輕易浪費了人們的努力。

此次參觀令我獲益良多,我不但學到發電的各科知識,更啟發到我要成為一位懂節約能源的人!

Youth Arch Student Improvement Award Scholarships
We are glad to announce that Tong Pui San Angela, a 5B student, has been awarded the ...

We are glad to announce that Tong Pui San Angela, a 5B student, has been awarded the Youth Arch Top 10 Student Improvement Award and Youth Arch Student Improvement Award Scholarships by the Youth Arch Foundation to acknowledge her tenacity and enthusiasm in facing challenges and making prominent improvements in academic performance. The prize presentation ceremony was held on 28th February, 2015 in The Open University of Hong Kong.

The 49th Athletic Meet
On the beautiful sunny days of 25 and 26 February 2015, the Tai Po Sports Ground was ...

On the beautiful sunny days of 25 and 26 February 2015, the Tai Po Sports Ground was filled with hundreds of energetic athletes and vivacious cheering teams. Our students enjoyed the 49th Athletic Meet after months of training and preparation. Our outstanding alumnus, Mr. Yeung Chi Shing Daniel, Lecturer of the Department of Sports Science and Physical Education of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, was the guest of honour for this year's Athletic Meet. The Athletic Meet was the perfect occasion for students to demonstrate true sportsmanship and enjoy the fruits of persistent training. The following is the list of prize winners in the Athletic Meet:

Group   Inter-House Overall Champion: Orange House
Inter-House Boys Champion: Orange House
Inter-House Girls Champion: Yellow House
The Best Sportsmanship: Brown and Yellow House
The Best Cheering Team: Yellow House
Individual   Grade A Boys ChampionKwan Yat TinOrange House
Grade B Boys ChampionLai Chun MingBlue House
Grade C Boys ChampionCheung Tsz KitBlue House
Grade A Girls ChampionLau Hiu KwanYellow House
Grade B Girls ChampionLei Cheuk WaRed House
Grade C Girls ChampionCheung Hiu Tung Yellow House
 Wong Lai OnBlue House
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Blood Donation Day
Since there is no substitute for blood, voluntary blood donors are ...

Since there is no substitute for blood, voluntary blood donors are needed every day for patients requiring medical treatment. In recent years, student donors even account for over 20% of the annual blood collection.

Knowing the importance of community support, the Red Cross Unit of our school , together with the Hong Kong Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service (BTS), hold Blood Donation Campaign regularly to recruit voluntary student donors. In this year, 62 participants from our school (including teacher and students) have turned up to give blood on the Blood Donation Day.

International Junior Science Olympiad-Hong Kong Screening 2014-2015
Our school participated in the International Junior Science Olympiad-Hong Kong Screening (2014-2015), ...

Our school participated in the International Junior Science Olympiad-Hong Kong Screening (2014-2015), co-organised by The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education, the Gifted Education Section of the Education Bureau (EDB) and the Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education, held at Cheung Sha Wan Catholic Secondary School on 27th September 2014. Our student Liu Tsz Yu from 3E has been awarded a Third Class Honour. Here is his reflection on the competition.

3E Liu Tsz Yu

I was nominated by my Physics teacher to the International Junior Olympiad- Hong Kong Screening. Thanks to my Physics, Chemistry and Biology teachers who provided me with training and guidance, I learnt to solve various problems by myself. Eventually, I won the Third Class Honour in the competition and my achievement is all credit to my teachers.

Through the competition, I learnt a number of things. To begin with, participating in the competition helped me consolidate the science knowledge that I have learnt throughout this school year, such as the diffusion theory. In addition, I learnt to integrate things that I have learnt from different science subjects and apply them to analyze cell structures.

Last but not least, I have learnt to stay calm while overcoming the challenges in the competition. Owing to numerous benefits I gained by joining the competition, I hope that my fellow schoolmates can also make a brave attempt to gain experiences from different competitions and feel the fun of science and achieve a lot more.

Our Students Awarded Japanese Scholarships 2014-2015
We are glad to announce that 5 students of our school were awarded ...

We are glad to announce that 5 students of our school were awarded Japanese Student Scholarship (Group Project Award) from the Society of Japanese Language Education in Hong Kong to recognize the outstanding performance in their studies.The title of the awarded project is "Story of Japanese Robots".

6A Ko Sin Fung
6A Wong Cheuk Yiu
6C Fan Chun Pong
6C Leung Chi Chiu
6E Lam Ting Ho

Green Project of Wong Shiu Chi Secondary School
The Environment and Conservation Fund and the Environmental Campaign Committee have approved and granted ...

The Environment and Conservation Fund and the Environmental Campaign Committee have approved and granted $181,080 to our school for the implementation of "Green Project of Wong Shiu Chi Secondary School". The project includes installation of heat shield coating on the roof of the Old Block and solar films on the windows of the New Block facing East and that of the Old Block facing west.

The installation of heat shield coating and solar films reflects and absorbs solar heat which reduces electricity consumption for air-conditioners so as to reduce air pollutants emitted by power plant. The project has been completed in early October. We express our heartfelt gratitude to the Environment and Conservation Fund and the Environmental Campaign Committee for their financial support in the project.

To arouse students' awareness about environmental conservation, different activities such as game stalls in Environmental Convervation Week, appreciation of films about climate change and notice board design of the Environmental Conservation Club were also organized.

Annual Speech Day 2013-14
The Annual Speech Day 2013-14 was successfully held on 28 November 2014. We were honoured to have invited ...

The Annual Speech Day 2013-14 was successfully held on 28 November 2014. We were honoured to have invited Ir Lam Sai Hung, JP, the Head of Civil Engineering Office of the Civil Engineering and Development Department, to be our guest-of-honour to address the ceremony as well as present certificates and prizes.

Upon graduation from Wong Shiu Chi Secondary School and the University of Hong Kong, Ir Lam joined the Government of Hong Kong as an engineering graduate. He has served in various capacities in the Highways Department and the Transport and Housing Bureau. Since May 2013, he has been appointed the Head of Civil Engineering Office of the Civil Engineering and Development Department in charge of civil engineering and land supply projects. Apart from practising as a professional engineer in the Government, Ir Lam is also an adjunct professor in the University of Hong Kong.

In his inspiring congratulatory address, Ir Lam encouraged our students and graduates to be resilient and positive when facing unprecedented global changes and challenges. He also advised our graduates to equip themselves with the ability to learn, the ability to cope with changes and the ability to remain composed and stay calm whenever they meet difficulties. The graduates have benefitted a lot from Ir Lam's speech.

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2014-2015慶祝中華人民共和國成立六十五周年紀念 國慶盃賀辭寫作比賽 (Chinese version only)
讓學生抒發對國慶成立六十五周年的情懷,促進 ...

讓學生抒發對國慶成立六十五周年的情懷,促進學生交流。而本校2A王倩盈及2E 陳紫晴分別榮獲中學組冠、亞軍。

2A王倩盈(冠軍)
六十五載國勢騰,
五湖四海結同盟。
航天體藝顯全能,
億心凝聚邁永恆。
2E 陳紫晴(亞軍)
六十五年耀光輝,五星紅旗帶雄偉。
中華文化傳萬世,五千歷史四百帝。
皇宮天壇顯華麗,民族融和建天梯。
The 8th Research on Historical Photographs Writing Competition
The 8th Research on Historical Photographs Writing Competition is co-organized by ...

The 8th Research on Historical Photographs Writing Competition is co-organized by the Hong Kong Museum of History and the We Love Hong Kong Association. The theme of this competition is “Urban Development and Spatial Planning in Hong Kong”. A group of five students of our school participated in this competition and won the 1st Runner-up. Their study report focused on the change of land use of the old Murray Barracks and Parade Ground which is now the Cheung Kong Centre in Central. Members of the team are as follows:

5A (2013-14) SUNG CHONG LUI
5D (2013-14) CHOI CHIU WING
3E (2013-14) HO CHEUK NAM RYAN
3E (2013-14) WONG JONATHAN YIK CHONG
3E (2013-14) YIP CHUI LAM

Study Report