本年的主題為聯合國可持續發展目標的其中三項 - 消滅貧窮、良好健康與福祉、及可持續城市和社區。
Life-wide Learning Week Series
Every year, our school organizes a life-wide learning week. Learning themes are set, and then teachers lead students out of the campus to visit, study and have learning experience in different places. Students can learn and explore through interdisciplinary, multi-modal and authentic experiences.
This year's learning week was completed in March, and the themes were three of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals: No Poverty, Good Health and Well-being, and Sustainable Cities and Communities. Life-wide Learning Week Series (1) UN Sustainable Development Goal 1: No Poverty (End poverty in all its forms everywhere) The school arranged five different talent development groups for senior form students, using four days to inspire and cultivate the potential of students. For instance, students from the Photography Art group participated in digital photography workshops and photographer exhibitions and visited a squatter village in Tsuen Wan. From the field study and interviews, the students realized that even in the affluent Hong Kong, poverty still exists, and we need to care and take action. In addition, the Chinese Department held rice field experience activities for junior form students. They first learned poems related to farming, and then went to the farmland in Tai Po to study and experience rice planting. They lamented the hard work of the farmers and the hard-won food. Amid hunger and poverty in the world, one can start taking action by cherishing food.