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2016-08-12MKP - Guizhou Cultural Exchange Summer Day Camp 2016 (3-4 August 2016)

7 students from No.3 Middle School of Duyun in Guizhou (貴州省都勻市第三中學) and 4 Makopanians joined a summer day camp in Hong Kong on 3-4 August. They visited a number of places including Stanley, Tsim Sha Tsui and Ping Shan Heritage Trail. They also shared with each other about their local education system and their school life.

2016-08-12Innovating Today, Imagining Tomorrow Mentorship Program

HKUST has launched the “Innovating Today, Imagining Tomorrow” Mentorship Program in collaboration with the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG) with an aim of serving the local community and nurturing future leaders by advancing learning and knowledge. 5A CHAN YUEN YAN and 5B HUANG LONG YUET were chosen by the program organizers. Each student was assigned a mentor from HKUST to share experiences with them directly about career and life planning.

2016-08-09Summer English Cultural Exchange Camp 2016 (3 - 4/8/2016)
The Summer English Cultural Exchange Camp 2016 was successfully held on 3rd and 4th August 2016. This camp was co-organised by The Appleton School at England and our school. Eighteen The Appleton School students and 47 of our students participated in the 2-day Day Camp. Students exchanged their languages and cultures, cooked together and visited the Ping Shan Heritage Trail. All participants enjoyed the camp very much!
2016-07-14The Nineteenth School Closing and Prize Presentation Ceremony (Senior Form)

Guest of Honour:
Mr Wong Wing Fat, Morgan(Alumnus)
Ms. T.C. Cheung (Committee member of Home-School Association) &
Rev. Dr. Johnny Chan (Senior Pastor of Yan Yau Church)

2016-07-14The Nineteenth School Closing and Prize Presentation Ceremony (Junior Form)

Guest of Honour:
Ms Chung Ho Yan, Angela, Senior School Development Officer (TM)2 Education Bureau
Ms. K. L. Ng (Vice-Chairlady of Home-School Association) &
Rev. Dr. Johnny Chan (Senior Pastor of Yan Yau Church)

2016-07-14Sharing by Film Director: Mr Chan Kam Hei
Mr Chan Kam Hei, the winner of Fresh Wave Film Competition, which was organized by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, visited our school and shared with our students about film production.
2016-07-14S1 Gospel Camp (23-25/6/2016)
89 S1 students joined a gospel Camp which was organized by Christian Grace Chapel, our F.1 collaborating church. There were also 18 senior form students and 16 teachers and church advisors (including alumni) assisting the organization of the camp. Thank God! 14 S1 students committed to Christ in the gospel camp.
2016-07-13The Fifth Form 6 Students’ Performance in HKDSE Examination 2016
2016-06-27Harvard Book Prize 2015-16

Three F.5 students received Harvard Book Prize 2015-16 organized by the Harvard Club of Hong Kong.

5A AU YEUNG KAI TIK (Winner)
5A CHAN YUEN YAN (Runner up)
5A LEUNG YEE CHING (Runner up)
Congratulations to our awardees!

2016-06-21S1 admission application (2016-2017)

Please collect the application form at the office or download it here. Please submit the required documents (Refer to the Points to note for applicants) with the completed application form to the Visual Art Room on 7/7/2016.

2016-06-21S2 / S3 Admission Application (2016-2017)

Please collect the application form at the office or download it here. Please submit the required documents (Refer to the Points to note for applicants) with the completed application form to the office from 27/6/2016 to 30/6/2016.

2016-06-02Lunchtime English Activity – S1 Interclass Competition: Spelling Bee (19 May 2016)

Champion: Class 1B
First runner-up: Class 1D
Second runner-ups: Class 1A and Class 1C

2016-06-02S1 English Interview Day (6 May 2016)
6th May was our S1 English Day. All S1 students designed their questionnaires, role-played as tourists and used English to interview their schoolmates, exchanges students, teachers and our Principal during the class teachers’ period after lunch. This year, we were very happy that six exchange students joined our activity. They were Alessandra Di Perna from Leung Sing Tak College, Luca Braun from Hok Fuk Tong College, Sofia Ambrogetti from Christian Alliance S C Chan Memorial College, Vivienne Rueegger from Madam Lau Kam Lung Secondary School, and Margherita Brau from Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College. The activity was a great success and students enjoyed speaking in English very much.
2016-05-30The Fifth Graduation Ceremony of Secondary Six Cum Annual Parade (13 May 2016)
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2016-05-30Visit to Jao Tsung I Academy (20 May 2016)

On 20 May, S.4 History students visited Jao Tsung I Academy (Lai Chi Kok Hospital before renovation), to join the History and Cultural Scheme. Seminar, guided tour and role play in mock historical scenes were held. Students showed that they learnt much about the History of Hong Kong through these activities.

2016-05-09Uniform Day(29 April 2016)
We were honored to have invited Mr. Yiu Ming Tak, James, the Chief Curriculum Development Officer of the Life-wide Learning and Library Section of the Education Bureau to be the guest of honour at the Assembly on our Uniform Day (29/4).
2016-04-28Language Exchange with International Christian School (ICS) Students (24 March 2016)
This year, 33 S.3A students worked enthusiastically with around 20 International Christian School (ICS) students to design different fund-raising projects for local charities with the help of Prezi. After 4 months of online collaboration, on 24 March, these S.3A students visited the campus of ICS and used their iPads to present their fundraising projects at the Chapel. Our students enjoyed this language exchange and found this experience extremely rewarding as they could not only use English in an authentic context, but also use information technology to facilitate their learning outside classroom.
2016-04-06S.5A Au Yeung Kai Tik was presented the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award

Thanks God! Our student, S.5A Au Yeung Kai Tik, was presented the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award on 24 March, 2016. The Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards was established in 1985. Recipients and finalists of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Award are exemplary students with all-round accomplishments in personal development, academic studies, extra-curricular activities and commitment to community service. Past awardees formed the Hong Kong Outstanding Students’ Association in 1987 to pass on the torch of their vision and mission to serve society.

Website of Youth Arch Foundation:http://www.youtharch.org/hkosa_winners_e.html

2016-03-222016 Automobile Taster Program @ IVE_TsingYi

23 F.4 Physics students experienced a fantastic taster program about the automobile industry on 18 March at the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE) Tsing Yi. In this program, students were introduced to different types of automobile engines and engaged in road safety design simulations. All students enjoyed the activities very much.

For the photos taken at the activities and the students’ reflections, please visit the following website:
http://www.makopan.edu.hk/custompage/42/careersdepthtml/act.html

2016-03-22Visiting the Science Competition at the Hong Kong Science Park (19 March 2016)

On 19th March, thirty-seven F.2 students and two science teachers visited the science competition held at the Science Park in Tai Po. Students enjoyed the visit so much as different participating schools presented their creative inventions or research. Our students have acquired more scientific knowledge, broadened their horizons and learnt to be more creative in daily life.

2016-03-17Professional exchange with Professor Benő Csapó, a visiting Professor to the University of Hong Kong (16 March 2016)
It was our honour that Professor Benő Csapó visited our school and observed one F.1 Integrated Science class on 16 March. Both our teachers and students were inspired by his expertise and passion in science education. Professor Benő Csapó is a Professor of Education at the University of Szeged in Hungary, the head of the Doctoral School of Educational Sciences, the Research Group on the Development of Competencies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and the Center for Research on Learning and Instruction he founded in 2003.
2016-03-14The Fourth Secondary Six High Table Luncheon (23 February 2016)

On 23 February, all Secondary Six students and their teachers attended the annual high table luncheon at the School Hall. Our School IMC Member, Dr. Lam Kin Sang, & Vice-Chairperson of Stewards, Mr. Tse Chun Fai 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.

2016-03-14Author’s Talk (S.2 and S.3) (9 March 2016)
It was our honor to have Mr Graeme Base, the famous author and illustrator of children's picture books, to give our S.2 and S.3 students a talk on 9 March. Our students were very active and eager to ask Mr. Base questions and he did share with them a lot about his journeys and experiences. They not only learnt from Mr. Base more skills of writing short stories, but also the attitude of pursuing dreams and learning fervently.
2016-03-11First Term Prize Presentation Ceremony-Academic Achievement (Senior Forms)

Guests of Honour: Mr. David Wong (Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong & Macau and Executive Vice President, Greater China Region of FWD Life Insurance Company (Bermuda) Limited) & Ms. Cheung Lai Heung (Chairlady of Home-School Association)

2016-03-11First Term Prize Presentation Ceremony-Academic Achievement (Junior Forms)

Guests of Honour: Rev. Wong Kin Sun (HKSKH St. Peter’s Church, Castle Peak) & Ms. Ng Kam Lan (Parent Manager)

2016-03-09STEP 2016 (20 February 2016)

Twelve S.2 to S.4 students went to PLK Horizon East Primary School joining the Speaking Toward Excellence Project. They served as student ambassadors helping the teacher to facilitate the activities and guide the primary 4 students to complete the tasks.

2016-03-09English Drama Appreciation – Les Miserables (6 March 2016)

38 students went to watch Les Miserables conducted by AFTEC at Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre Theatre. The drama was adapted and directed by Dr. Vicki Ooi based on Victor Hugo’s classic novel.

Les Miserables was published in 1862 and has been translated from French to different langauges. It has also been adapted for the movice screen about 60 times since 1897.

2016-03-09English Day (1 March 2016)

The English Day was co-organised by English Ambassadors and students in the English Society. The theme of this English Day is poverty. Students had to make good use of the vocabulary related to poverty and persuasive language to beg for paper money to buy the things they like or the property.

 

2016-03-03The Nineteenth Sports Day Prize Presentation Ceremony (17-18/2/2016)
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2016-03-02Junior Form Putonghua Activity (27/2/2016)
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2016-02-11S4-S5 Business Writing Workshop (29 Jan 2016)
It is our honour to have Dr. Ken Lau from Centre for Applied English Studies at the University of Hong Kong to give our students a workshop on Business writing. There were a lot of interactions between Dr. Lau and our students. Our students have learnt a lot from Dr. Lau in the workshop. Dr. Lau also introduced an interactive website ProWriteHK which is newly developed by CAES to enhance the professional writing skills. ProWriteHK: http://www.caes.hku.hk/prowritehk/
2016-01-22The Application of the Secondary One Discretionary Places(2016/17)
2016-01-12F.4 Gospel Camp (22-24/12/2015)
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2016-01-08Tender
2016-01-06Visit to the Legislative Council (23-12-2015)
On 23rd Dec 2015, more than 30 students visited the Legislative Council Complex, which was organized by History Department, Moral and National Education Committee & the Community Youth Club. The students learned the development of Legislative Council. Also one of the Councillors, Hon Chan Han-pan J.P. (New Territories West) kindly shared the operation of the Legco with students.
2015-12-23ApL Prize Presentation Ceremony

Give thanks! Ma Shuk Yee (6D) has been awarded the "Applied Learning Scholarship (2014/15 School Year)" and the "Special Awards" by the Law's Charitable Foundation (LCF) and the Education Bureau (EDB). The scholarship and the award are to show appreciation to students who demonstrated positive learning attitude and achieved good progress in studying their Applied Learning (ApL) courses in the 2014/15 school year. Each winner of the Scholarship will be awarded HK$1,000 and a certificate by the LCF.

2015-12-15Career Simulation Game @ St. James Settlement

Career Sparkle of St. James Settlement is the first Career Service Center for youth in Hong Kong. They provide different career services such as “Career Live” – Career Simulation Game.

About 60 S5 students joined the 3-hour career simulation game on 11 Dec. The game provided a realistic and diversified working environment and professional equipment to engage our students in experiential learning. In these activities, each of our students had to wear genuine uniform to become a staff member in different jobs. They then needed to use professional equipment and tools to finish the assigned duty. At last, students would watch a video clip which demonstrated the situations, requirements and characteristics of different jobs of the related industries through the sharing of frontline workers. During the group debriefing session, students were guided to set up a unique goal in life planning with reference to their reflections on their own interests, abilities and what they had learnt in the activities.

2015-12-15TIPPING POINT CONFERENCE 2.0

Innovation is the new norm for this decade. To help ignite a few new insights, 25 students from S4 and S5 have participated in the Tipping Point Conference 2.0 in Hong Kong Science and Technology Park on 12th December. The conference is organized by INVOTECH which tries to regain Hong Kong’s luster by inventing new industries. They have invited Hongkongers who are game-changers from North America to challenge and dare to say, disrupt our conventional thinking. This symposium has brought together innovation leaders from new and existing industries in Hong Kong to identify and debate a new way forward. Our students have broadened their horizons and affirmed the importance of being initiative and perseverance for their future careers.

2015-12-11Off-campus English Activity: Drama Apprecitaion Nicholas Nickleby (29 November 2015)
20 students went to Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre on 29 November and enjoyed a wonderful drama by Aftec. The Drama was incredible. Our students also joined the exhibition tour to know more about the performers and Aftec.
2015-12-11Off-campus English Activity: AFS Intercultural Fair 2015 (28 November 2015)

On 28th November, Ma Ko Pan students participated in the AFS Intercultural Fair 2015 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, Amin, 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!

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