Mr. Miguel Lee Chang was one of the advisors in our School International Mentorship Programme. Mr. Chang used his first-hand experience in farming industry in Panama to share with our S.2 students on the challenges of farmers and the problems of food shortage. Students were inspired by his message on ‘no food waste’ in the talk.
30 students went to Japan to study technology, waste treatment and sustainable development in July 2019. You can read more details on where they visited in the tour on http://www.cfss.edu.hk/event20190722.html OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
Mr. Nicholas Rosellini, UN resident coordinator in China, visited our school and shared with our teachers on the 17 sustainable development goals on 28th September 2017. He answered a lot of our questions and gave insight on how we can take a balance in order to strive for sustainable development. Through the conversations with him, the teachers could understand more on how different countries are working towards sustainable development goals.
A two-day workshop was held on during 6 – 7 July 2017 for our S1 to S3 students. The topic was sustainable development goals. They acted as the global leaders and persuaded others to care for their sustainable development goals. The students participated actively in the activities and understood more on the global needs.
Mr. Joseph Kahama visited our school on 25th October 2016. He gave a speech on “Treasures of Tanzania Safari”. Tanzania was a peaceful place with a lot of precious animals. He introduced the beauty of Tanzania, but stressed the importance of sustainable development to preserve the place. Mr. Joseph Kahama presented three African plants to our school, adding spice to our Environmental Trail.
In July 2016, 26 students went to Singapore to study the advanced technology, culture, sustainable development, biodiversity and education, and to Malaysia to study the culture and sustainable development. The report of their learning outcome is attached here. report_20161027 http://www.cfss.edu.hk/event20160718.html
8 student representatives joined the Green Schools Exchange Tour between 16th Jul and 19th Jul 2015. During the tour, they exchanged ideas of promoting campus environmental conservation with students in Hong Kong and mainland China.
In order to broaden students’ global horizon, our School Supervisor Dr. Annie Wu sponsored 12 students, 2 alumni and 4 teachers to participate in an education tour to Fukuoka in late July. They aimed to study the sustainable development and culture of Japan. In the tour, students learnt waste treatment, efficient production of energy and the preservation of culture in Fukuoka. Here enclosed the report of their learning outcome. Japan Ed Tour Report (Eng) 為了提昇學生的世界觀，伍淑清校監資助12名學生、2名舊生及4名老師於七月下旬前往日本福岡縣考察當地的可持續發持和文化。在團中，學生認識了日本是如何處理廢物、有效運用資源及保育文化。 以下是他們的學習報告。 Japan Ed Tour Report (Chi) http://www.cfss.edu.hk/event20150719.html
To enhance students’ horizon in global outlook and to train them as responsible global citizens, in response to the Millennium Declaration, School Supervisor Dr. Annie S.C. Wu sponsored a tour to Finland. School Management Committee Chairperson Professor Young, Founding Principal Mr. Chow, Principal Mr. Au, together with 6 teachers and 10 students, boarded the plane at midnight and set off to Finland. The 9-day tour focused on Finland’s sustainable development and education. Here enclosed the report of their learning outcomes. Finland Booklet2 為了提昇學生的世界觀及響應聯合國千禧宣言作為一個負責任的社界公民，伍淑清博士贊助本校19師生前往芬蘭考察。校管會主席楊紫芝教授、創校校長周鍚昌先生、區光榮校長、6名老師及10名學生一起前往芬蘭認識當地的可持續發展及教育。 http://www.cfss.edu.hk/event20150402.html…
Australia is well-known for its rich biodiversity, long history of indigenous aboriginal culture and extraordinary geographical landscapes. In order for our students to submerge into Australian culture and enhance their generic skills, our school organized a 13-day study tour to Australia in the summer vocation. A series of basic and advanced pre-trip training courses were organized in mid-May and the post-examination period. The courses included knowledge and skills of different learning areas such as astronomy, history and culture, plants and animal studies, geology and basic…