14 July 2017

Dear Parents and Students,

Every single one of our students is different, each with their own blend of ability and ambition. We endeavour to provide them with a unique learning experience which meets their own needs and allows them to achieve their very best. As the school year draws to a close, I hope that each student has, on occasion, gleaned the utmost pleasure and satisfaction from these learning experiences.

We understand the importance of a self-improving attitude and culture for the school. We treasure the feedback from stakeholders helping us to move forward and strive for excellence. In a recent student forum post, I saw our students share opinions and give sincere and rational suggestions for improving the school. Even though we may not be able to fully adopt all student ideas, these communication opportunities strengthen the relationship between students and teachers.

We thank parents for completing the year-end school survey. We received 585 replies with 93.8% responding. We were delighted that the responses were positive in all aspects regarding the major concerns of the school this year. The main findings are as follows:

Items Parents
1. My daughter faces difficulties more positively.


2. My daughter can better understand herself, her goals and career planning by attending different life planning programmes.


3. The school provides my daughter with ample internal and external academic-related activities to boost her academic standard.


4. The school provides my daughter with an English learning environment to improve her language.


5. My daughter has a higher sense of awareness of the need to save energy.


I would like to thank parents for your valued written advice and words of appreciation about the school. We will consider it all very seriously and follow up where appropriate. May God bless students so that they spend the summer holiday fruitfully.

Best wishes,
Constance Cheung


“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.
(John 14:27)