Information Day 20192019-11-02 (Saturday)The 2020-2021 Secondary 1 Admission Talk cum Exhibition was held on the 2 November 2019 (Saturday). About 2000 parents and their children have visited our school.
Children’s personal growth and career paths are parents’ top concerns. It is therefore crucial for us to choose the most suitable secondary school for our children. In order to help guests, parents and primary students to have a clearer understanding of our school’s believe and moral values, we have organized a wide range of activities. Student helpers from various subjects have set up booths and exhibition. Visitors can directly communicate with our students to have a more thorough perception of their school life.
As an EMI (English as Media of Instruction) school, our school has always emphasized on language learning. Parents were reminded to carefully consider the teaching language before choosing a secondary school for their children.
Moreover, our professional teachers put a lot of effort on teaching to make sure students receive high quality of education. To cater for student’s individual development, other than spending adequate amount of time on lesson preparation, our teachers also coordinate different extra-curricular activities to help students thrive.
We believed parents and guests already have a deeper and thorough understanding of our school. We sincerely hope that this could be a reference for parents when choosing the most suitable secondary school for their children.
HK Soil Biodiversity of Millipedes Project - Opening & Workshop2019-10-22 (Tuesday)Our school has become the partner school of Hong Kong Soil Biodiversity of Millipedes Research Project, hosted by The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Selected Form 5 and Form 3 Biology students participated in the opening ceremony and the workshop on 22 October. They performed a series of scientific investigations in grasslands near the school campus.
The research project aims to carry out the investigation of the biodiversity of millipedes and other soil macrofauna in Hong Kong together with secondary school students, NGO, and university academics.
Our students will be participating in the collection and identification of millipedes collected around all of the partner schools throughout a year. Collection sites will be recorded, and specimens will be photographed. DNA will also be extracted, and COI markers will be amplified to ensure the species identity by the university. Findings will be summarised and published as a Hong Kong citizen-science output for the first time.
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School Year Opening Ceremony & Our Lady of Sorrows’ Feast Day Mass2019-09-13 (Friday)The School Year Opening Ceremony was held on 13th September 2019. Our supervisor, Sr. Lucy, reminded us to learn kindness and respecting everybody from Blessed Mother. It is our honour to have Mr. Rex Cheng as our guest and present Rex Cheng Scholarship. That morning, every student was given a Mary Untier of Knots Prayer Card as a gift, hoping that we would find God and offer our heart to God in adversity.
After the ceremony, all teachers and Catholic students proceeded to St. Alfred’s Church for the Mass of Our Lady of Sorrows’ Feast Day with IHMS and IHMK teachers and pupils. The mass was celebrated by Rev. Carol Tei. He encouraged all of us to learn obedience from Blessed Mother so that we could be a blessing to others. The mass ended in Father Tei’s blessings and hymns of praise.
Orientation for F.1 Parents and Students 20192019-08-24 (Saturday)Orientation for F.1 Parents and Students was held in the School Hall on 24th August, 2019. The Supervisor, Sister Lucy Mary CHUNG, the Principal, Ms. MOK Kit Yue and the Vice Principals, Mr. CHAN Tak Wang and Mr. WONG Kit and other teachers conducted the programme by providing the parents of our incoming Form One students with useful information that can help their children flourish and thrive at Immaculate Heart of Mary College.
IHM’s Feast Day 20192019-06-06 (Thursday)Staff and students celebrated IHM’s Feast Day celebration in the School Hall on 6th June. Reciting the significance of Feast Day, our supervisor, Sister Lucy Chung iterated that students should learn from the virtues of Our Lady to love God and others unreservedly in order to become a just and loving person to serve. Representatives from the Parent-Teacher Association and student representatives presented gifts to the Supervisor, Principal and the teachers to show their gratitude. Every participant felt the blessings of God when the ceremony finished.
Following the celebration, all teachers and catholic students proceeded to St Alfred’s Church to join the teachers and students from IHMS and IHMK to attend the Thanksgiving Mass and Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Ha Chi-shing led the service. After the mass, Long Service Awards were presented to each dedicated teacher who has been working unreservedly for our students. It was clearly a day for one and all to be appreciative and grateful for the year.
The 37th Graduation and Prize-Giving Ceremony2019-05-18 (Saturday)The 37th Graduation and Prize-giving Ceremony of Immaculate Heart of Mary College was completed on 18th May 2019. In addition to the presence of Sisters from Franciscan Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Sorrows and the school managers to present various prizes and scholarships, we were honoured to have Ms Cheng Gi Gi, who is a drama director, actress and one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons in 2017, as our officiator at the ceremony. Ms Cheng shared her memories of being a member of the Drama Club and her performances onstage at IHMC. She also encouraged the graduates to engage themselves in something meaningful and delightful, accept new concepts and think out of the box.
Cultural Night 20192019-05-10 (Friday)Immaculate Heart of Mary College held Cultural Night 2019 on 10th May, 2019 for both students and parents. The event, which was held at the school hall, provided students chances to show their talents on performing arts. Programmes such as choir singing, Chinese dancing, juggling, rope skipping, music instrumental playing and Chinese Drama were attractive. A lot of fun and memories were kept in our mind!
Our students attained excellent results in Young Writers Awards 20192019-04-22 (Monday)The Hong Kong Young Writers Awards (HKYWA) is an annual competition and fantastic opportunity for aspiring writers to showcase their talents and creativity. Our entry categories are in fiction, non-fiction, poetry and cover art.
The competition’s main aim is to foster excellence in creativity by providing students with the opportunity to develop their expressive talents and expand their horizons. There were over 1,000 entries coming in from approximately 200 participating schools across Hong Kong, Macau and China in 2019.
Our students, Chou Cheuk Yan, Ambrose and Cheung Ching Po participated the competition and Ambrose is the Winner of Non-Fiction Group 3. The topic is New Tales of the Ming Treasure Voyages. Their entries have been published in the anthology of the competition.
The list of the winners of Hong Kong Young Writers Awards 2019: