The Story of Jao Tsung-i Field Project Competition Awards Ceremony 

School Young Writers Nurturing Program 2020-2021

8 students received Merit Awards  (Junior Secondary & Senior Secondary) at the above-captioned  ceremony. The Competition was jointly organized by the Jao Tsung-i Petite Ecole of The University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Baptist University Jao Tsung-i Academy of Sinology and The Jao Link.

  Congratulations to Yoyo Wan of S.4 for winning the championship among over 300 entries in the School Young Writers Nurturing Program 2020-2021, which was supported by the SCOLAR, funded by the Language Fund and organized by the Professional Publications Unit of the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups. Her winning entry published and exhibited at the Hong Kong Book Fair 2021 has been put up for sale.

Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) 2021

S.1 Orientation Week

The overall result of the HKDSE reached a decent level through the concerted effort made by the teachers and the students. The performance of our students in the HKDSE reflects their diligence and dedication to their studies when facing the challenge of the pandemic. 67.9% of Pooi To girls have met the basic entrance requirements for admission to publicly funded undergraduate (33222).

  Our annual Orientation Week incorporates a bridging programme, drama classes and adaptation skills to prepare our newly arrived S.1 students for the upcoming challenges of secondary education, which is an indispensable new stage of their personal growth. The orientation this year was successfully held with guidance and help provided by Pooi To teachers and student assistants.

Joint-school vaccination Programme

Cultural Exchange with Guangzhou No.7 Middle School

To protect themselves and others, 72 of our students and parents are taking part in the Government's school outreach service for COVID-19 vaccination, and got their first jab at the campus of TWGHs Wong Fut Nam College. It is believed that making a concerted effort to build a community immunity barrier on the school campus helps provide a safe and healthy learning environment for both teachers and students during the pandemic.

  An online exchange activity with the theme ‘Historic Buildings and Food Culture in China and Hong Kong’ was held in the light of strengthening the bond between our school, Pooi To Middle School  and our sister school, Guangzhou No.7 Middle School. Not only did this activity promote the culture of inclusion, but it also brought the students of these two regions closer.

Arts in Action 2021 (Part 2) – Musical ‘Annie Jr.’

  24-25 & 28/6/2021
Post-exam Activities

The whole school embarked on a delightful and sentimental journey with Annie. With the outstanding performance of the production team and the marvellous acting, dancing and singings skills of the actresses, the filmed musical brought the audience into the world of Annie, in which Annie charmed everyone’s heart and moved us to build an optimistic outlook with pluck and positivity.

  After days of studying for the final examination, students were actively engaged in both fun-filled indoor and outdoor activities. Each activity purposefully planned provided students with an opportunity to relax and unwind, broaden their horizons, unleash their talents and potential and also master new artistic and aesthetic skills.

‘Pooi To Qipao Design (Primary Section) Competition 2021’ Prize Presentation

The Junior Secondary History e-Reading Award Scheme

The presentation ceremony was launched to congratulate all the prize winners who were presented with a certificate in recognition of their efforts and achievements they made during the competition. Their innovative ideas of qipao design not only reflected distinctive Chinese features but also instilled positive thinking into life.

  Congratulations to Szdonna Cheng and Darice Wong of S3 for getting the Certificate of Appreciation in the Junior Secondary History e-Reading Award Scheme 2020, jointly organized by the PSHE Section, the EDB, and the e-Learning Development Laboratory, HKU. The scheme aroused their interest in studying history and enabled them to conduct self-directed learning through the e-reading platform.

Hong Kong School Drama Festival

Mrs Leung Wu Yin Kwan Memorial Scholarship & Mrs Leung Wu Yin Kwan Health Education Centre

Having interpreted their own script ‘Labelling’ by reading aloud online with voice projection, appropriate gestures and favourable facial expressions, the efforts of our Drama Club were recognized and appreciated. They performed well in various aspects and won several awards including Outstanding Script, Outstanding Director, Outstanding Audio-visual Effects, Outstanding Cooperation, Commendable Overall Performance and the Adjudicators’ Award.

  Mr Leung Shing Shun generously made a donation of one million Hong Kong dollars for the ‘Mrs Leung Wu Yin Kwan Memorial Scholarship’ and ‘Mrs Leung Wu Yin Kwan Health Education Centre’ in memory of his beloved wife , Mrs Leung Wu Yin Kwan, who was an alumna of Ling House (1963). We would like to express sincere gratitude for the donation and the love for Pooi To.

The 57th Graduation Ceremony


Traditional Chinese Culture Competition

The Graduation Ceremony was a momentous occasion to celebrate the completion of the students’ secondary education and congratulate them on their hard work and accomplishments. Guest of Honour, Professor Stephen Cheung Yan-leung, SBS, JP, President of The Education University of Hong Kong, made an impassioned speech to spur on them to adopt the 3Cs, which are ‘Cherish’, ‘Change’ and ‘Communicate’ in everyday life.


Jointly-organized by our Chinese History Department, Student Academic Development Committee and Civic and Moral Education Committee, the Drama Competition and the Basic Law Quiz Competition offered an opportunity to Form One students to share their understanding of Chinese traditional culture and develop positive attitudes towards life.


S3 Inter-class History Project Presentation Contest


2020/21 Statistical Project Competition (SPC) for Secondary School Students

For our annual S3 competition, students were required to create a 5-minute video about a significant event or person from WWI/WWII. They did a fantastic job of filming it via Zoom, showcasing their creativity and ability to think outside of the box. 


Congratulations to Dora Chan, Windy Chau and Renata Leung of S2 for winning the Third Prize (Junior Section) and the Prize for the Best District Analysis using Population Census Statistics (Junior Section) in the above captioned contest organized by the Hong Kong Statistical Society.


Bronze Award in ‘Chinese Language Elite Programme’


24/4 & 8/5/2021
Inter-school Hanfu Costume Day

Congratulations to S3 Candy Au for winning the Bronze Award in the ‘Chinese Language Elite Programme’ organized by the Chinese Language Education Research Association, which was commissioned by the Gifted Education Section, Education Bureau.   The Day was launched to bring teachers and students closer to the beauty of Hanfu clothing and admire the historical styles of clothing. They dressed up in Chinese Huafu and travelled back to different dynasties to learn the features and changes of Huafu and hair accessories, the techniques of wearing Hanfu and Chinese traditional etiquette. This wonderful trip excited their interest in carrying forward the traditional culture.

Arts in Action 2021 (Part 1)


Pooi To Qipao Design (Primary Section) Competition 2021

The filmed music and dancing performances were shown before an audience who were enraptured. 130 students practised earnestly and persistently to produce a glorious show including our pop band playing the school’s theme song, our E Orchestra playing their original song and performing a play regarding facing COVID-19 with positivity, Zheng Ensemble and Chamber Orchestra and the school choir producing melodious music, and the Chinese Dance Club performing graceful dance.

  The 2262 entries submitted, demonstrated the participants’ expressive creativity, and also their bold and ingenious ideas of qipao design. Their attractive and impressive designs brought courage, vigour and positive energy into life. They really switched the traditional design into a contemporary one.

The 6th Secondary School Distinguished Artwork Exhibition 2021


Kowloon City District Outstanding Student Award

Congratulations to Li Ying Ki of S5, whose artwork ‘Disappearing Beauty in Nature’ was selected to be exhibited in the ‘The 6th Secondary School Distinguished Artwork Exhibition 2021’ organized by the Cultural and Sports Committee of City University of Hong Kong. The exhibition offered her a chance to express her thoughts about the surroundings in which the nature and animals are disappearing due to natural and man-made disasters.

  Congratulations to Angel Lan of S3 and Meko Tang of S5, who won the Kowloon City District Outstanding Student Award in the Junior Section and Senior Section respectively in the Outstanding Student Election jointly organized by the Kowloon City District School Principals’ Liaison Committee and the Home Affairs Department. 

First Term Academic Award Presentation


Easter Service

Awards were presented to all the outstanding students in each form in recognition of their outstanding performance in academic studies. Their sustained efforts inspired other schoolmates to be determined and confident, and their accomplishments stimulated them to strive for their best.

  With our grateful hearts, the whole school said a thanksgiving prayer and sang praises to God, on campus and via zoom, to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. Rev. So Wing-chi shared God's power and peace which enabled the disciples to face obstacles and emboldened students to get to know God more deeply. Besides, 'Because He Lives', sung by our school choir, reminded us that God has the power of resurrection and guides us throughout our lives.

Extended Learning Day


The 133rd Thanksgiving Service

This year, in the view of the COVID-19 pandemic, most of the activities held on the Extended Learning Day were conducted via zoom. S1, S2, S4 and S5 students engaged themselves in theme-based activities like arts appreciation, environmental conversation and vocational orientation, while S3 students participated in a 2-day on-campus leadership training. They all found the activities practical and wonderful.

  All staff and students gave praise and thanks to the Lord for His mercy through bible reading, hymn singing and prayers. Alumna Melody Leung stated her deep experience of God’s love and mercies in her studies at Pooi To. The Principal, Ms Cheung shared all the blessings we have received from God since the school was founded and emphasized God’s grace on the former principals and teachers’ work.

JA Company Programme


The 133rd Anniversary Celebration by the Student Union

Our S4 and S5 students have applied marketable skills to their own enterprise ‘One Over two’. Pre-sales were successfully run on campus from 8th to 12th March and drew a large number of students’ attention to their collaborative design featuring local snacks sewed on canvas bags. The JA Hong Kong Youth Entrepreneur Virtual Trade Fair held on 13th March offers students an opportunity to practise their marketing skills in a real competitive market.   Officiated at the time capsule laying ceremony held by the SU, the Principal, the Vice Principals and the Assistant Principal put their memoirs in the treasure chest, which contains letters written by all House Advisors and House Captains, photos of the Six Houses and the Student Union and also some lucky stars. Besides, a handwritten birthday plaque ‘Pooi To 133’, made by an experienced craftsman, was presented by the SU.

Commencement of S5 Graduating Year


Congratulations on receiving the Ng Teng Fong Scholarship

The ceremony represented an important milestone for all S.5 students who are going to face the challenge of the public exam. Three past students, Moon Cho, Cissy and Yoyo Tam, were invited to share the importance of time management and goal setting in order to enhance effective learning. They inspired the students to strive for excellence.

  The Ng Teng Fong scholarship funded by the Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation was awarded to Wendy Liang of S.5 in recognition of her outstanding academic and non-academic achievements. Wendy was determined and diligent. In addition, she was well-behaved and self-disciplined. Her efforts were highly appreciated.

Silver Award in International Online Contest ‘Music@e-Contest 2020’


Resumption of Classes of S6

Congratulations to our School Orchestra for winning the Gold Award in the Joint School Music competition and also the Silver Award in the International Online Contest ‘Music@e-Contest 2020’, in which the students could learn from other music lovers and musicians to sharpen their skills and musicianship. Having worked diligently, the team received recognition and appreciation.   It was the first day for our S6 students to be back on the school campus. They are glad to be back to school and eager to have on-campus classes in which they can have face-to-face interactions with their teachers and friends.

Anti-epidemic Vision - Composition and Singing Competition for Secondary Schools


Invitation to an interview by Professor John Lee Chi-kin

Congratulations! Our three Pop Bands received awards in the above captioned competition which was organized by the VQ Foundation and sponsored by the Home Affairs Department. One of the bands, ‘Cross’, were awarded second place for composing a song to motivate us to pluck up courage to overcome obstacles. The other two teams ‘Portense’ and ‘Wanderer Libre’ composing an English song and a Putonghua song respectively were presented with a merit award.   Our school has been invited to participate in the publication ‘Education in Kowloon Past and Present’ published by the Hong Kong Museum of Education of The Education University of Hong Kong. On Dec 10, our alumna, Ms Cheung Ting, graduated in 1961, was invited to reminisce and share her memories and feelings about her school life to Professor John Chi-kin, Vice President of The Education University of Hong Kong.

S1 Admission Briefing Session


30/11 - 5/12/2020
Gospel Week

The principal introduced our school history, vision, mission and academic development to nearly a thousand parents and primary school students watching this year's S1 Admission Briefing Session on livestream. In addition, our students read a poem by Shakespeare while our school's A Capella Team performed the hymn ‘I Pray to You’, which showcased the talents of our students and the diversity of school life.   Teachers and students participated in a range of activities including a hymn singing contest, teachers’ sharing and sermon, to get to know more about Jesus Christ and share the love of God. It is hoped that the students will forever follow Jesus, walk with Him and shine bright in life.

Open Art Studio


One of the Top Five Finalists in the ‘Youth Ambassadors for Geological Conservation’ Training Programme

This programme enabled students to express their feelings through art. They participated in different artistic activities, in which they made changes at the individual and interpersonal levels. They built a sense of autonomy and also a sense of security. In addition, they embraced the spirit of exploration. Meanwhile, they learnt to get along well with others, understand and accept each other. Their original works are on display on the campus to encourage students to respect each other's thoughts and feelings.   Congratulations to Sally Cheung, Emily Lee and Kitty Wong of S.6, who represented our school in the above-captioned programme. With enormous enthusiasm for the programme and ae brilliant performance in all the events, among 200 schools our school was the one of the five finalists. Not only did they achieve great success, but they also enhanced their knowledge of geology, their guiding skills, and enriched their learning experiences.

S.3 Seminar on Choice of Electives


Celebration of the House Anniversary

The captioned seminar jointly organized by the school and the Parent-Teacher Association was conducted online. Our S.3 students and their parents were provided with the latest information on NSS electives, election criteria and various subject combinations to assist them in making informed choices that take career options, ability and interests into consideration.   It was truly exciting to celebrate the six Houses’ Anniversary cum Inaugurations. In the ceremony, the Principal emphasized the importance of enhancing team spirit and fulfilling potential in leadership. She also spurred the students to pursue excellence and nurture a strong sense of self-reflection, responsibility and respect. The Captain of each House delivered their inaugural addresses while Vice House Captains gave a vote of thanks.

First runner-up in Maintenance and Appreciation of Historical Buildings


A Merit in True Light Girls' Invitational Mathematics Contest

Congratulations to Anna Fung of S6 for winning the First runner-up in the ‘Maintenance and Appreciation of Historical Buildings (Student Category-Drawing or Photography)’. With creativity and artistic design, Anna’s artwork illustrated the importance of timely maintenance and appreciation of historical buildings which are in Hong Kong and over 30 years.

  Congratulations on a brilliant performance by our S4 student Betty Li, who was awarded the Certificate of Merit in the True Light Girls' Invitational Mathematics Contest. Betty’s accomplishment demonstrated her excellent math skills, perfect confidence and positive attitude towards math.

S1-S2 Parents’ Night


Teachers’ Professional Development

In view of public health considerations, the gathering was conducted online with an encouraging participation rate. S1 Parents were given much needed information on their daughters’ school life, our tailor-made moral education, exam tips and techniques for tackling exam questions. S2 parents also acquired some practical skills in helping their daughters to manage their emotions and become self-directed learners by cultivating consistent reading habits. Afterwards, the talk delivered by Ms Daisy Leung and Mr Louis Yeung helped enhance the parent-child relationship by embracing a Positive Language Approach and letting parents know more about our school-based Positive Education curriculum.

  We thank Ms Tsang Enian, our former principal, as the guest speaker at the seminar on T-standard+. Teachers grasped the various concepts of professional roles of teachers and learnt to equip themselves to foster dynamic teaching professionalism for the full benefit of student learning and growth. The talk was followed by an arts therapy experiential workshop, in which teachers learnt to assist students in the management of emotional problems.

Student Leaders’ Inauguration Ceremony


Outstanding Award in Mindshift Educational Networking Programme 2019-2020

The newly appointed student leaders and committee members of the Christian Fellowship, Academic Prefects, Prefects and Student Union were officially inducted. Students from service groups, societies, and activity committees were also introduced and encouraged to build team spirit and serve as role models. The principal gave a speech placing emphasis on the 3R qualities (Reflection, Responsibility and Respect) of a student leader and the importance of being a servant leader which was demonstrated by Jesus Christ.
  Congratulations on an impressive accomplishment by our S4 students Kitty Cho and Sera Ching, who were presented with an ‘Outstanding Performance Award’ in the programme organized by the HKU Department of Psychiatry, LKS Faculty of Medicine in recognition of their collaborative effort to complete a project. With the aim of adopting a positive outlook on life, students were trained to be equipped with knowledge, skills and strategies to cope with stress and adversity.

The 27th PTA Inauguration Ceremony cum Annual General Meeting & Gathering


Full resumption of Face-to-Face Classes

The event was conducted online this year in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. An annual report by the Chairman and a Financial Report by the Treasurer were followed by the Principal’s sharing on the school theme. Afterwards, S.1 to S.4 parents met their daughters’ class teachers while S.5 & S.6 parents attended the online talk on JUPAS.
  All students could resume classes today. We are so delighted to meet all teachers and students again on campus. We have missed each other so much. In assembly students were praised by the Principal for their diligence and determination during the online teaching period. We pray together that the pandemic will soon leave us and our lives will return to normal.

The Second Stage of Face-to-Face Class Resumption


Completion of the Phase One Renovation of the School Museum

S1 and S5 were the second batch of students to resume face-to-face classes. In the school assemblies, the Principal expressed her heartfelt gratitude to students for their perseverance in overcoming the pandemic and striving for improvement in learning. The students were motivated to enrich their school lives by engaging themselves in exposure to new experiences and equipping themselves to face any challenges that come their way.
  The combination of historical context and art appreciation gives visitors a new visual experience in the museum. The heritage artwork in the school museum displays significant features of the school’s history. We feel pride having our founding principals, teachers and alumni being part of our vision.

First stage of class resumption


Prayer to the Lord 

Upon the class resumption for S6, the students returned to campus in a safe and orderly manner. A special assembly was organized to welcome them. Our principal gave the students words of encouragement to motivate them to be diligent, determined and self-disciplined when preparing for the public exams. They were emboldened to stay positive and to adapt to the new changes with perseverance.
  'Pray to You’, performed by our school A capella Team, is a beautiful hymn that reminds us our Lord, who is our shelter, refuge and a source of strength in times of need. The angels' voices whisper in our hearts and touch our soul. The wonderful and amazing singing strengthens us to be positive and courageous in the face of adversity as God will make a way.

Opening Ceremony


2020/2021 School Theme Song ‘Pray to You’

The online ceremony, which marked a new period of the students’ school lives, commenced with bible reading and hymn singing. The speech delivered by the Principal motivated students to adopt a positive mindset, while the sharing given by our alumnae energized them to strive for the best.
  Accompanied by our school Orchestra, four Christian students performed the uplifting song, which emboldens students to trust in God and rely on His power, protection and guidance. He makes a way when there seems to be no way and enables us to experience the presence of God.

S.1 Orientation Day (Student Briefing Session)


S.1 Orientation Day (Parent Briefing Session)

The S.1 Orientation Day was successfully held online. In the morning session, the Principal, the head of Student Growth Team and the head of ECA Team introduced the school history, mission and vision, 3R qualities system, school regulations and a wide range of activities for all S1 students to better understand the school life. We wish our S.1 girls a fruitful learning journey in the new school year.
  In the afternoon session, about 120 parents attended the online meeting together. They gained a better understanding of our school theme of this year, learning and teaching environment, pastoral care and supporting services for the students. Besides, the PTA highlighted the home-school activities. The parents could also meet their class teachers who shared how to ensure their daughters had a smooth transition from primary to secondary school.

JUPAS Offer Results


Multi-faceted Excellence Scholarship 2020

The 2020 JUPAS Main Round offer results have been announced. 71.0% of our S6 students received JUPAS offers (48.0% in HK), 51.2% of them (37.0% in HK) got offers for subsidized degree programs and 13.1% even got an offer from one of the top three universities. We wish our S.6 students all the best in the future.
  We are proud to announce that our S6 student, Moon Cho King Yuet, received the Multi-faceted Excellence Scholarship (MES) launched by the Home Affairs Bureau. Her high level of achievement in social services and significant contribution to the Scout Association were highly appreciated. Moon will take the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Nursing at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Congratulations to Moon!

Gold Award in Joint School Music Competition


Gold Awards in Secondary School Choir (Challenge) & Secondary School Group Ensemble (Singing)

Congratulations to our School Orchestra for an outstanding performance in the Joint School Music Competition organized by the Hong Kong Joint School Music Association. Their marvelous performance of ‘The Avengers’ in the Symphony Orchestra (Secondary) not only engaged the audience’s interest in the song, but also won the Gold Award.   Our School Choir and A capella Team were presented with the Gold Awards in recognition of their fantastic and beautiful singing. The songs ‘And Music Will Lead Us’ by the choir in the Secondary School Choir (Challenge) and ‘You Raise Me up’ by the A capella team in the Secondary School Group Ensemble (Singing) in the Joint School Music Competition melted the hearts of the audience and touched their souls. Congratulations.
Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) 2020
The 56th Graduation Ceremony
The overall result of the HKDSE reached a decent level through the concerted effort made by the teachers and the students. The performance of our students in the HKDSE reflects their diligence and dedication to their studies when facing the challenge of the pandemic. 70% of Pooi To girls have met the basic entrance requirements for admission to publicly funded undergraduate (3322). Congratulations to Chiu Pui-nga and Poon Hoi-yi, who have been awarded Principal Lee Kam Lun Scholarship for the Best HKDSE Result.   The graduation ceremony was an incredible opportunity for our S6 girls to celebrate their hard work and achievements with teachers and family, and it was also a landmark in their academic life. The graduates were fascinated by the speech from the Guest of Honour, Dr So Kwok-sang, the Secretary General of the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority, who impressed on them the importance of upholding the value of momentum, initiative and integrity through Bible verses.
S.6 Graduation Art & Design Online Exhibition
The 132nd Anniversary Celebration & Teachers’ Day
The exhibition encouraged students to unleash their artistic talent and potential. ‘Meteor’, which was the theme of the exhibition, symbolized the diligence, the perseverance, the positive attitude towards challenges and the growth of the students under the postponement of the HKDSE, the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic and social movements. These attributes made their lives sparkle and were embodied in their expressive paintings, installations, sculptures and models.  

With God’s gracious blessings, our school has stepped into its 132nd year. In the celebration of its anniversary, the Student Union presented a three-coloured paper floral puzzle indicating ‘132’ to the school. Besides, to express their gratitude for the support provided by school throughout the whole year, especially under the threat of COVID-19, the Union gave rope bags designed by themselves that contained a pack of lozenges and a red pen to the principal, and the teachers on Teachers’ Day.