• Lost property

    Please collect your lost property asap

    Dear students With the Christmas term break coming up in two weeks, please be reminded to collect your lost property at the Reception area as soon as possible.  If you cannot find your item at the area near the window, please check with Ms. Yao at the Reception desk. Anything that is not collected by Friday Dec 16 will be donated to charity as we need to make space for the next term. Many thanks for your attention and prompt action.        

    Jane YAO

  • Hall closed 5-16 Dec

    Hall closed during Year 11 Mock Examinations: Monday 5th December - Friday 16th December

    In order to accommodate the Year 11 Mock Examinations, the Hall will be closed for break/lunch eating space from Monday 5th December - Friday 16th December inclusive.   Room 343 will be set up as an alternative eating space should you wish to use this area.  You may also continue to use the canteen and outside eating areas on the Ground Floor.  Thank you very much for your understanding,    Room changes 343 In order to use Room 343 as an eating area during the Year 11 Mock Examinations, all lessons taking place in this room have been relocated from Monday 5th December - Friday 16th December inclusive.  If you have a timetabled lesson in this room, please check the room changes attached. Kate Rogers Vice Principal

    Libby YU

  • Lost Property

    Student Card Lost

    If you see a Student Card with Nicholas Tang's name, could you please return it to 121 or pass it to reception. 

    Monika BHATIA

  • Inter-ESF Maths Race

    When: Sat 14th Jan.

    Details: see the poster attached.  Email astilm1@stconline.edu.hk in students pairs if interested. It will be a fun online zoom event. 

    Martin ASTILL

  • FIFA World Cup

    FIFA World Cup Library Mania

    FIFA World Cup Library Mania! The excitement of the FIFA World Cup 2022 is on everyone's lips at the moment. You can keep up to date with the latest scores, groupings and game schedules on the LCD screen in the library. We're also highlighting stories, authors and famous people from the countries competing in this year's competition. The selected books can be found underneath the LCD screen and are ready for borrowing."
     

    Guest staff [STC Communications]

  • Financial Times

    Opportunity for two Y12 students to be an advocate for the Financial Times

    The Financial Times (FT) newspaper is looking for two students to promote the FT to their friends and teachers (from Dec-April).  If you would like to take part in the programme email Ms Ducie explaining, in maximum 100 words, the reasons why it is important to keep abreast with current affairs.  Deadline: 12pm on Monday 5th December.  More details about the programme are attached.

    Margaret DUCIE

  • Equestrian

    Experienced in Equestrian?

    Please email Mr. Webster with an expression of interest if you are a capable rider and are interested in HKEF Inter-school competition.

    Tony WEBSTER

  • Lessons in Room 151.

    Students with lessons in Room 151

    Please note that from 5th December - 16th December Room 151 will be used as an additional examination venue whilst the mock exams are taking place.  All lessons in this classroom therefore have been reallocated.    Please see your new rooming attached.  Your teacher will also be in touch to remind you.

    Libby YU

  • Student Council

    Student Council Elections

    It's time again for the annual Student Council elections! This year, the elections will take place in an online format. Videos will be played out during tutor time, and a Google form where you can cast your votes for each respective position will be sent out on the morning of each video. Remember to have a look at each candidate's campaign and proposed policies and cast your vote accordingly! You can access the candidate catalogue through this link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1GytB3ScBqZf-Q1gcsqEmtOxqPSL5hXyf?usp=share_link The speech videos will be released according to the following schedule:  Tuesday: Treasurer and Secretary videos
    Wednesday: Chief of Communication videos
    Thursday: Vice Chair videos
    Friday: Chair videos

    Enjoy the elections, and we sincerely hope that you are able to select candidates that are representative of your student voice! Ray Sun
    Apprentice Chair of the Student Council

    Guest staff [STC Communications]

  • THE ARK

    THE ARK x Redress

    We are 'THE ARK' and we are a group of students committed to raising awareness about the global issue of climate change in the local context of Hong Kong. To achieve this goal, we have created an informative podcast series called 'THE ARK: Diving Deeper' where we interview representatives of environmental NGOs based in Hong Kong. Our podcast series has been released on Spotify and can be found here! Our newest and final episode ‘THE ARK x Redress’ has just been released so please go check it out and enjoy learning more about sustainable fashion in Hong Kong! Please take the time to fill out this short survey before listening: https://forms.gle/Mp7LZXJWFGTsomN6A, and after listening to our podcast series: https://forms.gle/uABDSJ13PUJvzBWe7 We hope you enjoy listening and thank you for supporting our initiative! If you have any questions, please contact thearkdivingdeeper@gmail.com Regards,
    THE ARK 

    Guest staff [STC Communications]

  • FRENCH competition

    Video submission

    Dear all,  The rehearsals are coming to an end. This week is the last one. It is time to film your videos and submit them. All information is in this document. Your teachers will also post it on google classroom. Please READ it with ATTENTION.  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Hj_qmUoAOsY_rOuaWp6My0JAZL5tOcQcybKFa2tQiCk/edit Ask your teachers if you have any questions.  Bonne chance!

    Raluca PARASCHIVESCU

  • Library News

    World Cup mania in the Library and Learning Centre!

    Keep up to date with the latest scores, groupings and game schedules on the LCD screen in the library. If you’re rooting for a specific team or just want to know more about the countries involved in the World Cup, we have selected and highlighted some great books about each country. Books included are fiction and non-fiction, you can get to know authors, stories and writing styles from each country as well as read about some of their star players. The books are displayed beneath the LCD screen and available for borrowing.

    Sonia HANSEN

  • Girls coding

    Code for life, coming up on Wednesday 14 December, 2:00-5:00pm!

    Code for Life seeks to introduce girls to computer science, to see it is not intimidating. We create an environment of like-minded girls where you can be confident and reassured that you are not alone, and benefit from the support of older female students.

    Our next event is Wednesday 14 December, 2:00-5:00 pm. All girls in years 7-9 are invited with all skill levels welcome! There will be a variety of workshops, including an advanced Python coding group for more experienced coders and a beginner-friendly game that uses a physical LCD monitor (which you can keep!).

    Register at http://codeforlife.net/  we'll be waiting!

    Paul BAUMGARTEN

  • Y11 & Y13 Mock Exams

    Year 11 and Year 13 mock exam timetables

    Year 11 I/GCSE Mock Examinations
    Dates: 29th November 2022 - 10th January 2023
    Timetable Year 13 IB Mock Examinations
    Dates: 9th - 20th January 2023
    Timetable

    Guest staff [STC Communications]

  • Hot Meal Menu

    (October - December)

    Dear Students, Please see the updated hot meal menu here for the period of October to December. Please be reminded that food service for students is only available during break times.   Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: Year 7 to Year 9: 9:40-10:10 and 12:15-13:15 Year 10 to Year 13: 10:45-11:15 and 13:20-14:20 Wednesday: Year 10 to Year 13: 9:30-10:10 Year 7 to Year 9: 10:35-11:15   Don't forget to bring your own cutlery.   Shwan LAW
    Business and Administration Manager

    Vivian YEUNG

  • HKYWA 2023

    This year's theme: NEW TALES OF THE JUDGE PAO. Entries to Ms Tandy by 13 Jan 2023. Details attached.

    Lindsay TANDY

  • ESF message

    REMINDER: Confirmation of school place and advance fees for 2022/23 – ESF Schools

    To: Parents of ESF primary and secondary schools, and Jockey Club Sarah Roe School Dear Parents Further to our letter in May 2022, please be reminded that advance payment of September’s school fee will be debited to your designated bank account on 1 August 2022. Please ensure that there are sufficient funds in the account. If you have already paid the fee or are exempted from the payment*, please accept our thanks and disregard this reminder. For details, please click here to view the letter. Advance fees for the students in the following year groups next academic year (2022/23) are as follows: Primary Years 2 to 6 HK$11,580 Secondary Years 8 to 11 HK$13,380 Secondary Years 12 to 13 HK$14,070   The advance payment will be used to offset tuition fees for September 2022. If there is a revision of fees in the next academic year, the difference will be payable in September 2022. *The following parents are exempted from making advance payment of September’s fees as school places for their children are already reserved: a parent whose child is currently attending Year 6 and has secured a Year 7 place in any ESF schools for 2022/23; or whose child is newly enrolled to an ESF school to start in August 2022, including those who will attend Year 1 and Year 7; or who is a civil servant and receiving “local education allowance”(LEA) from the HKSAR Government; or who has already paid the Refundable Capital Levy (RCL) of HK$25,000 and the levy is still on account. If you have any questions, please contact us via email: billing@esfcentre.edu.hk   Yours sincerely Billing Section English Schools Foundation