Tag Archives: Environmental Conservation

Bird-Watching Activity in Nam Sang Wai

Hong Kong Biodiversity Care Ambassador and Leadership Training Programme 2016 is launched with collaboration of Grateful Green Group, Lee Woo Shing College of The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department to cultivate green elites in schools. The Nam Sang Wai Bird-Watching Activity is one of the activities in this pioneer programme, with pre-trip bird-watching seminar in school. We are honored to have invited bird-watching specialist Mr. Kenny Yip Kam Yiu to give us an interactive pre-trip seminar on interesting facts…

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STREAM Activity – Corn Doll Handicraft Workshop

Hong Kong Biodiversity Care Ambassador and Leadership Training Programme 2016 was launched in collaboration with Grateful Green Group, Lee Woo Shing College of The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department to cultivate green elites in schools. The Corn Doll Handicraft Workshop is one of the activities in this pioneer programme. It is our school’s honour to have invited Ms. Jor Yin Fun to share her joy of polishing corn sheaths, barks, seeds, dry leaves and flowers from nature into vivid…

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Interdisciplinary Learning in Ma Shi Chau

Nature is a natural treasure of learning which allows students to broaden horizons and inspire thinking. On 7 November 2015, 60 teachers and students bounded for Yim Tin Tsai and Ma Shi Chau to join an interdisciplinary learning program, blending a variety of aspects including Environmental Science, Biology, Geography, Information Technology and Photography. Students could investigate from different perspectives, namely biodiversity, water quality analysis and land use, to elucidate the details of sustainability in Sam Mun Tsai Village and ecology in rocky shore of Ma…

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CFSS Obtaining the Most Cans Raised Award of the Paint Can Feed Competition organized by Food Angel

Paint Can Feed is a charity event organized by Food Angel. It aims to raise funds and awareness for the hunger and poverty issues in Hong Kong. Students showcased their creativity by using the most eco-friendly ways to decorate intact food cans for the competition. Our School got the Most Cans Raised Award and students’ artworks were exhibited at Hysan Place from 29 September to 13 October 2015.

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CFSS Student Volunteers in School Waste Reduction Campaign

Five of our Secondary Four and Five participated in the School Waste Reduction Campaign Workshop organized by the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) on 11 October, 2014. During the workshop, they visited the Exhibition Centre of HKPC and witnessed the latest green technologies (including the food waste composer). Besides, they acquired the latest methods and technology in reducing waste and waste control, which will help a lot in our forthcoming school-based Waste Reduction Campaign.

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Interdisciplinary learning in Ting Kok Mangrove

Nature is a natural treasure of learning which allows students to broaden their horizons and inspire their thinking. Following up the successful Multidisciplinary Outing to Chung Tsai Yuen (松仔園), 140 teachers and students bounded for ecologically valuable Ting Kok Mangrove in Tai Po to perform an interdisciplinary learning program, blending a variety of aspects including Environmental Science, Biology, Geography, Information Technology, Languages and Arts. By utilizing interactive Edmodo platform, students could investigate biodiversity, water quality analysis and causes of human pollution in a creative and…

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Low-Carbon Guru: “Back to the Future” Monopoly

To promote low-carbon lifestyle, Low-carbon Gurus successfully organized “Back to the Future” Monopoly in the covered playground from 28 to 30 May 2012. Using 70 display boards, a maze was set up with thematic checkpoints, namely Global Warming Zone, Landfill Zone, Water Shortage Zone, Kitchen Waste Zone and Disaster Zone, with environmental problems arisen 50 years later coming alive to the students. Gurus wanted students to reflect the importance of their lifestyle to environmental conservation through a series of questions and punishments in the checkpoints.…

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Art and Science of Trees, Birds and Butterflies Exhibition

Our School joined the “Art and Science of Trees, Birds and Butterflies Exhibition” organized by the CUHK Tree Project and Green Education Team on 10th March 2012. Besides appreciating live performance of the theme song of exhibition “As the Way of Heaven” by Ms. Maria Tung, our students attended a series of seminars, including “The Joy of Sharing Nature” by Mr. Lam Chiu-ying, “Photography of Butterflies” by Mr. John Tse and “Tips on Green Living and Well-being” by Ms. Catherine Hung. At last, we watched…

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Low Carbon Guru Activity Series: Green Diet

Low-Carbon Gurus launched a lunchtime Low-Carbon Herbal Tea Workshop to promote low-carbon lifestyle from 5h to 7th March 2012. The herbal yea includef Perilla Special Drink and Cymbopogon Melissa Herbal Tea. Gurus successfully advocated the concept of low-carbon diet to more than 200 teachers and students in the school, and delivered all their tailor-made special drinks within 15 minutes. In addition, an Organic Food Workshop on Balsamic Vinegar Strawberry Cup was organized after school, with praise and full support from 30 teachers and students.  Gurus,…

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Popular Science Enhancement Programme

To cultivate students’ interest in Popular Science, a series of workshops, collectively named as Popular Science Enhancement Program, were launched by our science teachers and green gurus at lunchtime so that students can take initiatives to experience the magic of Science. The Program has received good response – more than 200 students participate in the Program every year.  In addition, the program coincides with the drastic increase in participation and awards in local, national and international science and technology competitions. (A) Reading Paradise (B) Plant…

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