On 27 Feb 2023, four S3 students from Kowloon Technical School (KTS) came to our school to enjoy a one-day SEK school life. Four S3 students of our school, IGLORIA Chloe Faye, MAU Yee-Tung Melanie, LEUNG Ka-Hang and ERAES Jericho Diwa became their buddy students and helped them to integrate into our school. The students from KTS found our students friendly and active. Our students invited them to join various games during recess and lunchtime. On the next day, 28 Feb 2023, Chloe, Melanie, Ka-Hang and Jericho paid a return visit. They enjoyed the learning atmosphere and friendship at KTS and were grateful for their hospitality.
Drago Cavallo. Travel around HK. - the Hong Kong Jockey Club 6 SEK students from S1 and S2 participate in the activity on 14 January 2023, at Cultural Centre Piazza. They enjoy this opportunity to unleash their creativity.
Sir Ellis Kadoorie Secondary School (WK) students ramped up their talent and brought their dazzling performance for this year’s talent show, organized by the ECA Committee on 21 December, 2022. Since we needed to keep a social distancing under the effect of Covid-19, the show was divided into two sessions for senior and junior students respectively and it was held at the covered playground. It's the first time we have put on the shows in the covered playground due to the renovation work in the school hall. Students displayed both their creativity and strong sense of humor in the singing and dancing competitions. The audience were deeply attracted by their amazing and interesting performance. The S6 classes also showed their unity and cooperation in the event of class performance. Some of the teachers even jumped to the stage and danced with them. To conclude, the talent show was full of joy and happiness. Thanks for the emcees, helpers and performers who made the Talent Show 2022 successful.
Sports Day is one of the loved events of our school. This year, the sports days were held on 1st and 9th December 2022 at Sham Shui Po Sports Ground. We started the day with our flag raising ceremony. Throughout the course of the day, various events such as running, jumping, and throwing were conducted. Everyone remained supportive of one another during the whole event. The winners who made it to the victory felt proud of being awarded the medals and appreciation from the chief guest. Twenty S1 students performed their Cheering Dance in front of the whole school. Their efforts and courage were highly appreciated. Thank you again to everybody who made this year's Sports Day possible, and to everybody who participated: Well done!
Sir Ellis Kadoorie Secondary School (West Kowloon) is one of the 5 selected schools joining the Project Lighthouse. This project is organized by the Security Bureau (in collaboration with a non-profit making organization) providing services to non-ethnic Chinese (NEC) student especially those less academically strong. On 18 December 2022 (Sun), we joined the Launching Ceremony of the Project Lighthouse. It took place in the Hong Kong Correctional Services Academy, Stanley. 24 students from S2-S4 of different ethnic groups took part in this programme. The activities including the ice breaking activity with mentors, buffet lunch, visit of Hong Kong Correctional Services Museum, Life planning sharing, and career talk by NEC officers from disciplined forces. A series of outings and mentorship programme will be carried out. It was an eye-opening activity for all of us. We hope you will join us.
CYLF Talent Development Scholarship aims to encourage and support the development of non-academic talents. Talents to be supported include music, performing arts, arts, designs and sports. Scholarship recipients are encouraged to make use of their talents to serve the community. Our student Jenny Yu of S4B is one of the awardees in the Performing Arts category. Jenny Yu is very talented in Latin Dance. She will make good use of the scholarship to further develop her talent and live her life to the fullest.
SEK debaters won the preliminary round defeating their opponent team from Yuen Long Public Secondary School in the 12th Inter-Government Secondary Schools Debating Competition. In addition, SEK debate team captain Neff Sophia Naomi (2D) bagged the Best Debater Award for her outstanding debating skills. The preliminary round of the competition was held on March 18, 2023 on Zoom. The motion for the preliminary competition was “The government should make it compulsory for dementia patients to wear GPS trackers in Hong Kong.” Acknowledging the usefulness of GPS trackers for dementia patients, SEK debaters – led by their captain, Sophia - presented undeniable arguments on why it is unnecessary to make it compulsory. Other team members included Ali Shiloh Asia (2D) and Talwar Guneet (2D). SEK debaters will face another team in the quarter finals on 29th April 2023. We wait with bated breath to see they will perform.
To mark National Security Day 2023, several activities were conducted from 15 to 19 April, and were enjoyed by our students. Three students in S3 joined the 415 National Security Big Chess Game organized by the Yau Tsim Mong District Office and had great fun. On 18 April, Principal Lee shared the importance of National Security with our students during the Flag Raising Ceremony. A National Security Exhibition and Inter-class Quiz were also held throughout the week.