2015-06-15The latest news of campus resettlement
In March 2013, TWGHs submitted a proposal to the Education Bureau to apply a new campus for resettlement. On 8th August 2013, our school was allocated a land in Area 36, Fanling to develop a new campus. The proposal was passed by the Public Works Subcommittee of the Legislative Council on 30th January, 2015 and by the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council on 27th February, 2015. According to the information provided by the Education Bureau, the resettlement will start in June 2015, and to be completed in May 2017. This construction costs $417.2 million. (See More)
2016-02-03New Campus Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony
The TWGHs Ma Kam Chan Memorial Primary School Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony will be held on Tuesday, February 16th 2016, 10:30am at our new campus located on Ching Shing Road, Sheung Shui, New Territories. We are so honoured to have Mr Eddie Ng Hak-kim, SBS, JP Secretary of Education, Government of HKSAR, attend as our officiating guest.
2016-02-02My Story Creation Workshop
During the post-exam activities, our students joined the ‘My Story Creation Workshop’ organized by Kids4Kids. In the workshops, our students learned different skills to write and illustrate their own creative stories. We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to Kids4Kids and their enthusiastic volunteers.
2016-02-02P5 Science Competition – ‘Buzz Wire’ Game
During the post exam period, the General Studies team hosted a Science Competition which focused on electricity. Students were required to design a ‘Buzz Wire’ game based on their basic knowledge of electricity. They used many different tools and various materials to set up their own ‘Buss Wire’ game, and then they held the challenge to take on the games one by one. Students used their creative talents to assemble their models, and they enjoyed the construction activity and competition very much.
2016-02-02School Visit to the Water Resource Education Centre
In order to enhance students’ awareness of the issue of water conservation, our school joined the ‘Integrated Education Programme’ (IEP) on water conservation held by the Hong Kong Water Supplies Department. On January 26th, 2016, 28 of our ‘Conservation Ambassadors’ from P4 to P6, visited the Water Resources Education Centre. Students learnt the importance of water conservation in detail via exhibits, live demonstrations and interactive games. Students also learned about some water saving devices and methods. Now students have come to realize just how precious fresh water resources are!
2016-01-26The 5th Hong Kong Youth Science Fiction Writing Competition
In order to enhance the reading and writing skills of our students in the science fiction genre and to stimulate their creative thoughts, our school encouraged our students to join the 5th Hong Kong Youth Science Fiction Writing Competition. We are happy to announce that two students from our school, P6 AU WING YIN and CHONG TSN YIN received the Champion and the Merit awards respectively.
2016-01-07The Mali Mali Palace Program
On the 18th of Dec, 50 P. 6 students joined the Mali Mali Palace which was organized collaboratively by the ‘We All Live in the Forbidden City’ Education Programme and the Ping Shan Tin Shui Wai Public Library. The Mali Mali Palace program was comprised of exhibitions, workshops and guided tours. The workshops and guided tours were hosted by tutors from their education team. Through stories and activities, students learned about Chinese history and culture. We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the ‘We All Live in the Forbidden City’ Education Programme, especially for their generous donation to our school of the ‘We All Live in the Forbidden City’ book series, which will enable our students to find out more about the Forbidden City. After taking part in the Mali Mali Palace program,, students had a pleasant time reading in the Tin Shui Wai Public Library.
2016-01-07Ocean Park Academy Hong Kong – ‘Baby Seal Diary’more >>
Recently, 24 of our schools’ students were fortunate to be able to join the ‘Baby Seal Diary’ program organized by the Ocean Park Academy of Hong Kong. Students were able to join the baby seal’s journey via an interactive computer program. They also experienced through an interactive group game, how seals communicate with each other. It was an exciting opportunity for the students to get close to both sea lions and seals, and learn from the trainer how to identify their differences.