School happenings

What exciting or interesting events have been happening at your school recently? Young Post wants to share them.
Harrow International School Hong Kong invited some Tuen Mun schools' students to join their drama and music workshops on January 30, 2016.
The club made dumplings to welcome ethnic minorities into our neighbourhood.
Guests from Australia, Zimbabwe, Ukraine, Taiwan, Germany and Singapore came and shared their language and culture with our students.
We hosted our own version of the British Royal Institution's Christmas Lectures at our Kowloon Bay campus.
Patrice Yip, a Year Eight student at FIS, is a happy ballerina.
The school's 32nd annual Physical Education Day was held at Sheung Shui Sports Ground on November 30 and December 1.
On November 24th and 25th, the French International School held its COP21 youth conference. More than 350 students from Year 6 and Year 12 participated in this event.
The guests admire the artwork at the anniversary exhibition
As part of the school's 55th anniversary celebrations, an art exhibition was held in the school hall from May 20 to 23.
Learning about the Woo Cheong Pawn Shop was fun for students.
Energetic S3 students from King Ling College visited Wan Chai on a geography field trip. They hoped to learn about how urban renewal projects have shaped that district.
A student is telling a story in front of the judges and class.
Junior students of Fung Kai Liu Man Shek Tong Secondary School performed drama to learn English on World Book Day.