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-   Learning Theme (2014 - 2015): Strive for Excellence   In Search of Wisdom         Characters to Study (2014 - 2015): Decisiveness; Contentment; Tolerance   
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2015-01-22The Application of the Secondary One Discretionary Places(2015/16)
2015-02-25Secondary 1 Discretionary Places Mock Interview Name List
2015-02-25The Third Secondary Six High Table Luncheon (13/02/2015)

On 13 February, all Secondary Six students and their teachers attended the annual high table luncheon at the School Hall. Our School Supervisor, Ms. Rosa Pang, & Chief Executive of Stewards, Mr. Lau Ying Pan, Edmond gave the ceremony remarks and encouraged all Secondary Six students to be the salt and light of the world. We gave thanks to our Heavenly Father for the high table luncheon and the six happy years that students and teachers spent together.

2015-02-16The Eighteenth Sports Day Prize Presentation Ceremony (10-11/2/2015)


2015-02-13Education and Careers Expo 2015 (5 February 2015)
On 5th February, S4 and S5 students participated to the Education & Careers Expo 2015 held in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. It provides an opportunity for students to gather information about local and overseas studies, career pathway of different professions and relevant training.
2014-12-22Gifted Education on BAFS – A Study Trip to Guangzhou(13-14 December 2014)

13 of our F.4 and F.5 students joined a study trip to Guangzhou with another secondary school on 13-14 December 2014. They visited several business firms including a state-owned enterprise and two private enterprises. Students also interviewed the managing director of a chained store about the management expertise of running a firm. Students could definitely learn deeper from real life examples to reflect on the knowledge they derived from the subject.

2014-12-11Student Concert 2014 (5th December 2014)(Guest of Honour. Ms Chen Ming Li, Chairlady of the Home-School Association)

On 5 December 2014, F.1 and F.5 students joined the Student Concert to listen to different types of performance presented by our Marching Band, Choir, Master Class students as well as individual students. Also, some students performed solos with Erhu and Zheng Solo too. It was such an enjoyable evening!

2014-12-09Media Coverage for the Effective Implementation of LAC in MKP

Give thanks! We were invited by the Hong Kong Education Bureau (EDB) to share with the public our school's effective implementation of Language Across the Curriculum (LAC). Our lessons and learning activities were videotaped by the Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) and students as well as teachers were interviewed to share with the audience how MKP developed together with the Language Learning Support Section of the EDB a variety of LAC teaching and learning materials and organized different campus activities to help students learn content subjects in English effectively and maximize their exposure to English.

Our school case is part of the RTHK's Programme 〈香港語文教育的路與道〉 and the broadcasting dates and time are:

1. 05.12.2014(1520-1540) ATV World
2. 5.01.2015(0920-0940) TVB Pearl

Please click the heading to view the video.

2014-12-03TEDxYouth@HongKong 2014 (22 November 2014)
On 22nd November, 20 Ma Ko Pan students participated in the TEDxYouth@HongKong 2014 held in The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. TED is a non-profit organization devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. TEDx events for youth are sprouting up to bring together local educators, organizations and youth for activities, live talks and storytelling that engages young minds to learn and experience in new and different ways. Our students enjoyed the performance very much. Student’s reflection will be shared in the coming MKP daily.
2014-12-01Off-campus English Activity: AFS Intercultural Fair 2014 (29 November 2014)
On 29th November, 17 Ma Ko Pan students participated in the AFS Intercultural Fair 2014 with other 1000 students and teachers. The Fair was organized by AFS, an NGO and our school’s partner for arranging the study of the exchange student, Sebastian, at our campus. At the Fair, exchange students from Italy, Germany, Argentina, Iceland and so on introduced to our students their unique ways of living and languages. Our students enjoyed their games, food and other interactive activities a lot!
2014-12-01Off-campus English Activity: The Struggle For Survival (Paper Bag Simulation) (27 November 2014)
On 27 November, 41 S.4 students joined the life experiencing programme organized by the Crossroads Foundation. Like the people in the third world countries, students had to create paper bags to earn enough to pay for their rent, food, water, sanitation and education. If they could not do so, they would end up in the hands of a loan sharks and be forced to work without pay. Our students experienced the hopelessness of the people in the third world countries and discussed the actions they could take to help them.
2014-12-01MKP Campus Tour cum Talk on School Choice Strategies in Secondary School Place Allocation and the New Academic Structure "334"

On 30th Nov & 6th Dec, more than 1000 vistors visited our campus and around 700 parents attended our admission talks.

2014-11-27Thanksgiving Day

We were celebrating the Thanksgiving Day on the 27 November 2014 (The 4th Thursday in November) with Roast Pigs instead of turkeys. We were celebrating the Thanksgiving Day on the 27 November 2014 (The 4th Thursday in November) with Roast Pigs instead of turkeys.

"Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name. For the LORD is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations." (Psalm 100:4-5)

2014-11-07The Eighteenth Student Leadership Inauguration Ceremony(4 November 2014)
Guest of Honour Mr. Lau Ying Pan, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Stewards
2014-11-05An Inspiring Afternoon With The American Author Lauren Groff (31 October 2014)

Our school was honored to have the famous American writer Lauren Groff with us to share her experience as a writer during a school seminar. When she was new to this profession, she couldn’t believe that completing and publishing a novel could take up to 5 years!

Lauren explained various approaches in planning a novel and suggested to start off by observing a particular community to look for interesting characters in order to build a story around that character based on different attributes. She believes observation and reading are the best ways to obtain such information, and hence to produce content-rich writing. One of her tips on writing a better ending is to design the climax prior to planning and writing.

Lauren Groff was able to sustain students’ interest in this seminar, including those who hate reading or writing. This suggests that writing can be fun if you take the initiative to try and practise.

Ms. Charmene (English Department)

2014-10-30Information Talk on Student Exchange Programmes by AFS (29 October 2014)

The representative of the AFS Intercultural Exchanges (AFS), an international non-profit voluntary organization, introduced in English different exchange programmes to our students during lunchtime today. All S3 students and a number of students in other forms who were interested in student exchange programmes joined the talk. Students learnt a lot about international exchange activities and how to develop the knowledge, perspective and life skills to create a more just and peaceful world through joining them. The exchange student from Germany, Sebastian, in our school was also one of the presenters at the talk and shared with us what he had learnt from the exchange programme.

2014-10-30A Visit by Our Founding Supervisor, Mr. James Boyd Aitken and His Wife, Mrs. Blanche Aitken (28 October 2014)

All students and teachers happily welcomed our founding school supervisor, Mr. James Boyd Aitken, and his wife, Mrs. Blanche Aitken back to MKP during the Morning Assembly on 28 Oct 2014. Mr. Aitken shared with us his missionary work around Asia and encouraged us to be God’s faithful and humble servants so that we can all live out our school’s motto: Be the Salt and the Light of the Earth (Matthews 5:13-15). His commitment in Christ is definitely a role model to us.

2014-10-16Off-campus English Activity - Crossroads Global X-perience (Hazards of Life) (15 October 2014)

Class 3A went to Crossroads to have a Global X-perience trail – Hazards of Life on 15th October. In the simulation, students became residents of a poor fishing community where they had to trade to meet their basic needs. They also faced the risks from disasters and thought about how to use their meager resources to keep their community safe. Though this activity, students learnt a lot about Disaster Risk Reduction and how to make the world be more resilient in the face of disaster risk.

2014-10-16English Morning Assembly - Teacher Day (6 October 2014)
2014-10-16English Morning Assembly - Class Performance 2B (6 Octber 2014)
2014-10-16English Day - Life Journey (6 October 2014)

Give thanks! More than 130 students and teachers joined the English activity at the hall during lunchtime and explored different life-changing events that can shake us to our core. They actively shared their ideas in English and played a game of life together. All the participants had great fun and enjoyed using English to complete the language game.

2014-10-15Visit of Missionaries - Carpenter's Tools International (15 Oct 2014)
Give thanks! Carpenter's Tools International, a team of 7 missionaries from U.S.A., and officers of the Youth For Christ (H.K.) visited our school today (15 Oct 2014). They shared the Gospel, hymns and songs with our students during the lunchtime at the School Hall. All the S.1 students and students in other forms joined the event and enjoyed singing with the missionaries. In addition, the missionaries went to meet S.2B students and shared their lives and salvation testimonies with them in groups. The students learnt a lot from the missionaries and loved talking to them a lot!
2014-09-29Christian Fellowship: Pledging Ceremony (19 September 2014)
2014-09-26The Briefing Session on Uniform Teams for S1 Students (4-5 September 2014)
2014-09-24English Morning Assembly - Interviewing Our NET (24 September 2014)
2014-09-24English Morning Assembly - Class Presentation 6A (24 September 2014)
2014-09-04The School Commencement Ceremony 2014-15
Guest of Honour: Mr. Sammy Chung Senior Lecturer and Visiting Professor of Shenzhen Polytechnic P.R. China Immediate Past President 2014-15, The Rotary Club 1462 District 1210
2014-09-04Summer Staff Training Events
19-8-2014 Staff Development Activity, “An Introduction to Self-regulated Learning”, led by Dr. Chiu Chi Shing of Executive Director, Quality School Improvement Project of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
22-8-2014 Teachers’ Retreat, “A lesson about Prayer”, led by Mrs. CHEUNG Lai Yuk Fong, Sandy of the Chinese Mission Seminary .
26-8-2014 Workshop for teachers of Stewards, “A Way to Enhance Classroom Teaching and learning”, run by Mr Bob Yip of the Innerspace Counseling Service Ltd.
2014-07-28The updated information about School Textbook sales in MKP
2014-07-15Encouraging Results Achieved by Our Students in the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination 2014

Give thanks! Though the results of our S.6 students in S.1 were only above average among their peers in the territory, they worked hard with their teachers in these six years and had great improvement in their results in the HKDSEE 2014.

The best student’s results:

Public Examination Results Total Score
of the Best Seven Subjects
5** 5** 5** 5** 5* 5* 5 45

They performed well in the four core subjects including Chinese Language, English Language, Mathematics and Liberal Studies and attained a far higher credit rate (Level 4 or above) as well as passing percentage (Level 2 or above) than their counterparts in Hong Kong schools on average. The passing percentage of all subjects is over 97% and the credit rates of 13 subjects are much higher than the norm.

The credit rates are higher than the norm in the following 13 subjects:
Chinese Language, English Language, Mathematics, Liberal Studies, Chinese History, History, Information and Communication Technology, Economics, Business, Accounting and Financial Studies, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics Extended Part Module 1.

May our Heavenly Father grant our students the strength to work hard, stay humble and strive for excellence!

2014-07-11The Seventeenth School Closing and Prize Presentation Ceremony (Senior Forms)
2014-07-11The Seventeenth School Closing and Prize Presentation Ceremony (Junior Forms)
2014-07-09Day Camp for F.1 Students

On 19th June, Yan Yau Church, our partner church, organized a day camp particularly for our S.1 students. The camp not only let the students relax after the exam, but most importantly review and reflect on their study and school life this year. The students enjoyed the activities a lot!

2014-07-07Day Camp for Geotechnical Engineers of Tomorrow (5 July 2014)
Seven F.1 students join a day camp on 5/7/2014 which is organised by Civil Engineering and Development Department. They not only learned knowledge about geotechnical engineering, but also had a chance to apply what they learned on that day with professional advice from Geotechnical Engineering Graduate.
2014-06-26The way out is the way up. Teacher burn out and attrition in the 21st century (16 June 2014)
Give thanks! With the support of the School-University Partnerships Office of the University of Hong Kong, Professor John Lidstone, the visiting scholar in teaching and learning, was invited to share with our teachers and teachers from other schools in Tuen Mun the phenomenon of teacher burn out, some of the x-factors that lead to attrition and the suggestion that there might be wider societal factors at work that a rendering teaching as a vocation less acceptable to young people in the 21st century. The seminar is a great success. We look forward to working closing with the School-University Partnerships Office in the future.
2014-06-25Off Campus English Activity - RTHK Teen Time (13 May 2014)

Jojo Chan, Kiwi Ng, Hydi Yeung from 4B and Coco Lai from 4E visited RTHK and were interviewed by Alyson Hau, the DJ in Teen Time, Radio 3, RTHK. They talked about their school life in Ma Ko Pan. Their interview will be on air at 9 p.m. on 23rd July. Stay tuned!

2014-06-25English Drama Fest 13/14 (5 May 2014)
19 Drama Club Members went to Tsuen Wan Town Hall and enjoyed the English Drama Fest organised by the Association of English Medium Secondary School on 5th May 2014. Our students learnt a lot from the student performers.
2014-06-13"Strive for Excellence" - Thematic Seminar: "Strategies to Improve Students' Pronunciation & International Competitiveness" (11/06/2014)

Give thanks! On 11 June, Dr. Rerrario Shui-Ching Ho of HKU visited our school and shared with teachers the strategies to improve Hong Kong students' pronunciation and their international competitiveness.

The seminar was a success and all the participants were very willing to try out the strategies they learnt in the classroom in the near future!

2014-05-26The Third Graduation Ceremony of Secondary Six Cum Annual Parade (16 May 2014)

Stewards MKMCF Ma Ko Pan Memorial College presented certificates to 188 graduating students at the third Graduation Ceremony of Form Six.

The graduating students of Stewards MKMCF Ma Ko Pan Memorial College were proud and pleased to receive their certificates today from General Secretary of Breakthrough Dr. Leung Wing Tai, our guest of honour. Congratulating the graduates, Dr. Leung advised the students to make the world a better place by showing Jesus’ love to the suffering. He contested the idea of academic excellence as being the only road to success, and suggested interpersonal relationships, creativity, resilience and practical wisdom as alternative measures of achievement.

Our School supervisor Ms. Rosa Pang, referring to 1 Timothy 4:12 of the Bible, gave the graduation address. She encouraged the graduates, ‘Don’t let people look down on you because you are young, but be role models of others in speech, love, faith, and purity to reflect Jesus’ character.’

The guests and graduates then attended the post-ceremony uniform team parade in the playground. The Marching Band kicked off the parade and thirteen uniform teams marched through the school playground as Dr. Leung Wing Tai inspected the teams. The Graduation Day ended with a refreshment party prepared by the Girl Guide team. While enjoying the delicious food, graduates, teachers and parents bid farewell to each other and reminisced about the past school days in joyfulness.

2014-05-14Professional Development with Chongqing English Teachers (13/5/2014)
With the support of the Tin Ka Ping Foundation and the Education Bureau, a group of 12 Chongqing English Teachers visited MKP and observed the Integrated Science, Mathematics and English lessons on 13 May, 2014. Our Principal and teachers shared with them (1) the school’s vision of providing quality education, (2) strategies to nurture students’ thinking skills and (3) the experience of adopting the whole-school approach to implement Language Across the Curriculum (LAC) in MKP. The school visit was a great success and we look forward to having more exchanges with them in the future.
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