STEM Education

Inquiry Based Learning Through STEAM – Economics2019-09-17

In July, four Economics students, F.5 Cheung Yee Lam, F.5 So Ming Ching, F.5 Wong Chun Ching and F.5 Wong Ho Ming joined the Shenzhen tour - ‘Inquiry Based Learning Through STEAM’ organized by the CUHK Business school. Students explored the new career paths, modes of learning and working brought about the development in economy, society and technology. Congratulations to Wong Chun Ching who was awarded with 2nd runner-up of the team presentation.

Safer Living 2.0 Exhibition2019-05-23

Cross-curricular Exhibition and STEM Workshop from 18-3-2019 to 22-3-2019. Co-organised by the Division Civil Engineering and Development Department and Valtorta College (Geography Department, Integrated Humanities Department, Liberal Studies Department, Information and Communication Technology Department)

Visit by the Chief Secretary for Administration and the Secretary for Innovative & Technology2018-12-07

It’s our great honour to have Mr. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, the Chief Secretary for Administration and Mr. Nicholas W Yang, the Secretary for Innovation & Technology, to visit us on 7th December, 2018.

Air Pollution Monitoring Project2018-11-20

A group of Science Students ranging from F.3 to F.6 participated in the Project "Community EXPLORE: From Science to Action" organized by the Division of Environment and Sustainability of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. After training, students started to measure the air pollutants including ozone,nitrogen dioxide and black carbon to ppb level in Tai Po for a few months. It is quite challenging for our students to operate the very sophisticated apparatus installed in our school with the help of Professor Arthur P S LAU and his colleagues. Our students not only learn the methodology (Science) and the techniques of operating the apparatus (Technology and Engineering), but also publish and compare the results with other districts (Mathematics). This is one of our STEM projects. Two groups of students have made presentations of their results in the Science Museum in July 2018 and our school hall in November 2018 respectively. We would like to thank Professor Lau and his colleagues for their valuable support.

Robotics education programme of Tai Po Secondary Schools Network2018-07-11

Congratulations to our Robotics Club members who got outstanding performance in 校園創意機械人推廣教育計劃 – 中期成果展 by creating a Cocktail-Making Robot organized by Hong Kong Young Industrialists Council. The design of the set of Cocktail-Making Robot includes 3 parts, which is delivery, pouring and mixing & decoration. Through the competition, students become more creative and innovative. They have won 校園創意機械人推廣教育計劃 – 最佳創意獎.

Speedy Rubber-band propelling car competition2018-05-04

We have a STEM activity - “Speedy Rubber-band Propelling Car Competition” for our Form One students on the Experiential Day on 4th May, 2018. Students brought their recycling materials back and designed their own fascinating rubber-band driven cars which were expected to be able to run the fastest and furthest. Science teachers had prepared students with the concepts on making the rubber-band propelling car by using video clips.

IVE Infrastructure Building Competition 20182018-02-10

IVE Infrastructure Building Competition 2018

Community EXPLORE: From Science to Action2018-01-15

A group of Science Students ranging from F.3 to F.5 participated in the Project "Community EXPLORE: From Science to Action" organized by the Division of Environment and Sustainability of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. After the three training workshops in the laboratory of HKUST and our school, the students are going to measure the air pollutants including ozone and nitrogen dioxide to ppb level in Tai Po. It is quite challenging for our students to operate the very sophisticated apparatus that will be installed in our school with the help of Professor Arthur P.S.LAU and his colleagues. Our students not only learn the methodology (Science) and the techniques of operating the apparatus (Technology and Engineering), but also later on publish and compare the results with other districts (Mathematics). This is one of our STEM projects. The photos below show parts of their trainings. We would like here to thank Professor Lau and his colleagues for their valuable support.

STEM in mBot Competition 20172017-09-06

STEM in mBot Competition 2017

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