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2023-24 1st term 


"You are what you read" Robert DiYanni, 2021

Enjoy reading! 

Actively participate in RAC week!

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On the Pier     Yannie Au 2A (1)


Sand scatters the beach.

Waves crush on the sandy shore

Blue water shimmers.



Autumn     Angie Lok 2C (8)

Birds fly through the sky

Maple leaves fall on the ground

In a nice autumn.



Hollow       Natalie Chan 2B (2)


Silence in deep caves

Endless sight of unseen depths

Fury on the waves.



Winter           John Fung 2D (22)

What should we play now?

Having a snow war is great

Even being hit

Unknown         Sisley Lam 3A (7)


Go to find the wind,

the unknown shapes and answers.

They sleep in the wind.


A Journey  Anson Huang 3C (19)


Travelling footsteps,

Something new is calling me,

Adventure waits.


My Night   Nick Fong 3B (15)


Silent stars twinkle.

At night, whispering secrets,

Moonlit dreams, gentle sight.


Black Rainstorm Minnie Yu 3D (12)


Crying in the sky,

Cold winds, landslides, rivers flood,

Under black rainstorm



Spring           Tina Ho 4A (4)


Flowers bloom gently.

Breeze brings fragrance beside me,

Tells me spring has come.



Hurricane Mak 4B (17)


Fading autumn hues,

Silent cries, barren’s embrace,

Nature’s mournful pace.


The Destination    

Anson Khoo 4C (25)


Drifting over wind

Carry the emblem of hope

Dandelion flew

Humans      Joanna Fan 1A (4)


The trees were cut down.

The flowers were collected.

All done by humans.



Weeping     Cresceni Law 1C (7)


Unparsed teardrops fall

Like small crystals from the sky,

Falling endlessly.


Stars       Jocelyn Yeung 1B (14)


At night stars are bright

In the morning they “disappear”

They are still shining



Waiting     Oscar Chan 1D (18)


I saw two seagulls

and a red bird on the tree

waiting there for spring.

The Best Haiku Poem from Each Class is Out!

Congrats, Little Poets!

The View            

Anson Cheung 4D (15)


Waves crash on the shore,

Seagulls soar through salty mist,

Ocean’s symphony.



Mercy Chow 5A (2)


Mask of joyful eyes

Silent storms and battles

Concealed in fractured heart


The Trench     

Matthew Luk 5B (18)


Mariana Trench,

Deep dark of the vast ocean,

Secrets it will hold


Arrows      Tracy Tsoi 5C (8)

Thousands of failure;

Countless arrows from unknown,

But...... I won’t give up.

2nd Term 22-23  Jan 2023

    The Finalists Of Six-Word Stories    

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1st Term 22-23 Oct 2022

The Six-Word Story Contest (2022-23) is over. Thank you for your participation. The longlist of the students' works will be released soon. Stay tuned. See if you can find yours there!

Man by the Water

"Everything comes in time to him who knows how to wait."  Leo Tolstoy(1828-1910, A Famous Russian Writer

The wait is over! Hold your breath and beat the drums for the longlist below. Taste the stories now...

1st Term 22-23 Nov 2022


1A 12 Ni Shun Lui

Mandy, no homework. Mum, teacher, punishment.

1A 13 Pang Oi Yee Heidi

A lovely girl dances with happiness.

1C 6 Ho Yui Lam Erin

Lost penguin. Travels world. Finds family!

1D 11 Li Sum Yee Reese

I had nightmares when I dreamed.


2B 6 Cordelia Hui

“Boom” and you are the next.

2B 7 Estellis Khu

He shines. His heart is ink.

2B 17 Jacob Fung

Pet dog found; grandpa passed away.

2B 23 Thomas Lo

Met. Friends. Best buddies. Graduated. Strangers.

2C 10 Lo Pui Yan

I escaped. They were outside too.

2D 26 Bert Wang

Nick put poison in my juice.

2E 1 Eunice Chan

The magic of the cat mask.


2A 27 Yeung Pak To

He killed her but she breathed.

2A 25 Anson Wong

I’m dead but still in pain.

Time flies; things change, except me.

2A 24 Jeffrey

Empty cars driving along the road.

2A 5 Nathalie Chau

She is saying goodbye to me.

2A 11 Wong Cheuk Ki

When the sun rose, she cried.

Glue sticks his hair on walls.

2B 24 Tison Tam

The sun drank the whole river.

2B 25 Tonio Wong

I keep social distance in dreams.


3A 20 Anson Khoo

Fantasy and reality, make you collapse

3A 28 Castor Yeung

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3A 4 Ho Hiu Yee, Cobie

I fatigue; I forgive; I forget.

3A 13 Wu Ho Yin Joyce

Family reunion without family this year.

3A 25 Hui Tsz Hei Cedric

I remember them. They forgot me.

3B 13 Chan Pak Hei, Hayson

Respect others, or people despise you.

3C 8 Zoe Hu

We are getting married, but separately

3C 14 Tommy Chan

I turn we, we turn family


4A 11 Tsang Wing Shan

She died, her legend still alive.

4A 16 Cheng Lok Hei

A promise. She believed. He lied.

4B 5 Lau Yeuk Hei Hazel

He got the glory. Satisfied? Regret.

4B 6 Leung Ka Po Bobo

She shouted. She cried. He bewildered.

4B 7 Ma Ching Man Lynn

I married her. We never met.

4B 17 Lam Yau Wai Hugo

Desperate inside, the smile never fades.

4D 5 Cheng Fei Fei, Sheeta

She goes in, never coming back.

4D 9 He Hoi Yin Wendy

Selfish and arrogant, he became lonely.

4D 13 Pang Hong You Chloe

Life goes on but hers doesn’t.

From the longlist, five stories will be shortlisted by the editor. Then there will be a public voting for the overall winner and judges' picks. Details will be announced soon. 

Check out Michael's work

Our Social Worker's Picture Book on Father and Son Relationship

Art for Healing

1st Term 22-23 Dec 2022

Three F.2 Avid Readers

Our school has joined Wiseman e-reading program in which students can read a wide range of current global issues. These three F.2 students, Jacob Fung, Cordelia Hui and Tison Tam excel in their learning scores among students in other schools. Cordelia is even ranked as the first place. 

Kiddos, keep it up!
We are proud of you 

Wanna be like them? 
  Now login   the link    and improve your   English!   You can learn and have fun. 

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.”


                       George R.R. Martin

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