School happenings

What exciting or interesting events have been happening at your school recently? Young Post wants to share them.
Native English Teachers (From left) Mr Luke Sanders and Ms Ashleigh McGrath dress up to join the school's activities.
Singing karaoke was certainly one of the highlights of our annual English week. The hall was filled with the happy voices of students and teachers alike.
Winner of the Golden Musical Instrument award, Li See-yin
CMA Secondary School students enjoy everything from high-energy rock to classic ballads sung in Cantonese, Putonghua and English.
Students have a special taste of learning outside the classroom in Science Museum and Cheung Chau from March 30 - April 1, 2015.
A scene from the play Memories
Students from Forms Two to Four showed their acting skills, passion and dedication during our annual Inter-class English Drama Competition at the Y-Theatre in Youth Square, Chai Wan, on March 26.
Who doesn't love sports day?
Loyalty House won the overall championship and the best cheering team award went to Unity House at the 32nd Annual Sports Day.
Top tips from Alan Gibbons
It was really wonderful for our students to have two workshops with the famous writer, Alan Gibbons, on March 17 and 20.
The school's Secondary Two and Three students watched an English drama, Around the World in 80 Days, at Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre on March 19.
On March 28, we visited the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation for the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day. It was a memorable experience.
If you didn't join the school's English festival, which was held from March 9-11, make sure you don't miss it next year.
"Think big. Aim High." That was the theme of the Interclass Drama Competition held on March 20 at CCC Kei Yuen College.