• General

    Tickets for Eliza

    The cast of Eliza the Musical are proud to announce that we will be performing live at Lunch on the 18th and 19th of March. If you would like to watch, please fill out this Google form.  However, please note that this will be on a first come, first serve basis and that a confirmation email will sent out prior to the performance. The email will include the performance location.  We look forward to seeing you as an audience member!

    Noah NICHOLSON

  • Lost Property

    Lost books on school bus

    Dear Students, If you have left the attached 2 books on bus S2B, please collect them at the Reception. Thanks! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Sl8oYQwxVgPILcaDhGc21L4DSfrJXBeB/view?usp=sharing

    Jane YAO

  • Interhouse

    Cross Country

    Inter House Cross Country will take place on the following days. Year 12 & 13 Monday 11 March Year 10 & 11 Tuesday 12 March Year 9 Thursday 14 March Year 8 Friday 15 March Year 7 Monday 18 March Rules Each form should have a minimum of 10 runners (5 girls and 5 boys). 10 participation points are available to each person who takes part. No need to sign up, just turn up All runners MUST wear PE kit. All runners report to the front of school at 1.25pm ready to run. Girls and boys will run at the same time. The course will be explained at the start of the race. Please eat your lunch at first break and drink plenty of water before running.

    Jane PARRY

  • CAS opportunity

    {Updated} Elderly home visit Date: 20/3 Time: 2:30-5:30 Venue: YWCA Wo che centre or Fung wo estate

    Briefing session + Elderly Home visit:   Date: 20/3 (Wednesday)  Time: 2:30-5:30 Venue: YWCA Wo Che Centre + Fung Wo Estate (Units 217-224, Hip Wo House, Wo Che Estate, Shatin, N.T) Quota: 10-15 students Enrollment would be on first come first served basis, volunteers shall be able to speak Cantonese  Certificates would be given   

    Valerie LEUNG

  • YMF

    Here is the Final timetable for the heats of YMF. Please come 10 minutes before your timed session slot. Any ...

    problems email Mr Nicholson. Except for P2 on Monday all of the heats will be in the hall. P2 on Monday is in 351. If you are playing on a backing track please have it ready either on your phone or your computer   Click here for the schedule

    Noah NICHOLSON

  • ESF EcoFair

    Year 9 to 13 Business and Environmental competition.

    Dear Students,   Are you passionate about the environment ? Do you strive for sustainability ? Do you like business studies ?   ESF sustainability business competition called ECOFAIR, is exclusively for ESF students in years 9-13. Participants will receive a case study on a specified date, and your team will be tasked with a case study, then using critical thinking and analytical skills to craft the most economically viable and sustainable proposal. This event presents a unique opportunity to engage with esteemed ESF professors and doctors, who will serve as judges for the competing groups. For additional details, please refer to the attached poster, and if you're interested, feel free to sign up using the provided Sign Up form!   POSTER: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1muFleUFlv11h59TaDn-Cz_msYdyfKbMy/view?usp=sharing   SIGN UP FORM: https://forms.gle/ySTTaBPd8PTDjDvz9   Sign ups end on the 8th March! So sign up quickly!    This is a perfect opportunity to represent  Sha Tin College and receive certificates. If you have any questions, please let Yega (ESF Discovery College, year 11) know yegachung@gmail.com

    John LEE

  • CAS opportunity

    YWCA flag selling day Date: 13/4 (Saturday) Time: 8:15-11:30 Venue: YWCA Shatin Centre & Choi Hung Estate

    Moomin theme YWCA flag selling day is approaching, the social workers are now recruiting volunteers for assistance:  Details of the event: Date: 13/4/2024 (Saturday) Time: 8:15am-11:30am Flag-selling location: Kowloon district (Choi Hung)   Gather and dismissal: Gather time and venue: 8:15am @ YWCA Shatin centre to collect the flags and the flag-selling bag Dismissal time and venue: 11:30 am @ Choi Hung   *Free shuttle would be available from YWCA Sha Tin Centre to Choi Hung *Participants can be dismissed after handing the flag-selling bags to the bank *Certificates would be given

    Valerie LEUNG

  • General

    Webinar on Sleep for Parents and Caregivers

    Dear Parents and Caregivers, We are excited to invite you to a captivating webinar organised by the ESF Educational Psychology Team. Lights Out, Sweet Dreams: a Practical Webinar on Sleep for Parents and Caregivers In this webinar, we will explore the fascinating world of sleep science and provide valuable insights into understanding sleep needs across different ages. ESF Educational Psychologists Dr Rachael Edwards and Dr Steff Ho will share practical strategies to promote healthier and more restful sleep for children, young people and families. Better sleep leads to better physical and mental health, increased focus, and improved academic outcomes. We want to highlight the importance of sleep in supporting your child to be the best that they can be.  Date and Time: Thursday, 14 March, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. This webinar is open to all ESF parents, caregivers, and staff. Take advantage of this opportunity to enhance your knowledge and positively impact your family's sleep routine. Click on the registration link below to secure your spot: Registration Link

    If you have any questions or require more information, please do not hesitate to contact ep.service@esfcentre.edu.hk We look forward to you joining us for this informative and engaging session! Kind regards, 
    ESF Educational Psychology Team

  • ESF Message

    ESF Stakeholder Survey 2024

    Dear Parents I hope that you had a wonderful break over the Lunar New Year period and that you took the opportunity to relax, rewind and recharge your batteries. Much has changed in the past year. As we look back to when we entered the Year of the Rabbit, our lives were still dominated by the pandemic and the restrictions that were in place to keep everyone safe. It is hard to believe that that was just twelve months ago. Of course, the change that we have seen in the past year has not just been driven by things ending, it has very much been dominated by the emergence of the new. Generative AI, Large Language Models and products such as Chat GPT have quickly come to be an every-day part of our personal and working lives. Their sophistication will only grow over time. With such a period of profound change being upon us, it is right that we pause and reflect on where we are and where we are going. As part of this, we will be launching our annual Stakeholder Survey next week - and I wanted to both let you know that it was coming and, of course, to urge you to take part. The survey will be emailed to you next week and is relatively short, it will take around ten minutes to complete. We will also be sending similar questionnaires to our own staff and our students. Your responses will be anonymous - unless you choose to identify yourself. Once the survey period closes, we will collate and analyse the data and, of course, feed back to you what we have found. Every single one of us in ESF - both in and out of the classroom - is united with you in a single goal: to help every student be the best that they can be. Making sure that we meet the challenges - and capitalise on the opportunities of emergent technologies will allow us to ensure that your child has the skills, the knowledge and the confidence to thrive in the world, whatever that world may look like in the future. On behalf of everyone at ESF, may I wish you good health, good fortune and happiness in the Year of the Dragon.
      Belinda Greer Chief Executive 
    English Schools Foundation 

  • HK SDG Summit

    Dear Students,  The CDNIS Global Goals Council is proud to announce the return of the highly anticipated annual SDG Summit, the pinnacle of impactful youth-led sustainability in Hong Kong! This will be a freely accessible event open to all individuals aged 13 and above on Saturday, March 16th, 2024, revolving around the theme of Building Sustainable Systems. The Summit aims to empower youth changemakers to create, measure, and scale impactful solutions for the 17 SDGs, while fostering collaboration and providing exposure to Hong Kong’s youth sustainability initiatives.  This year’s Summit will be even more eventful than last year’s. It will highlight David Begbie, Director at Crossroads Foundation, who will deliver a keynote speech, sharing insights on sustainability and strategies for students to sustain impactful endeavours. We have assembled a high-profile panel discussion featuring esteemed NGOs including Invisible CompanyHands On Hong KongMighty Oaks Foundation, and HELP for Domestic Workers, where these NGO leaders will share their expertise in defining, planning, measuring, and scaling for positive impact, highlighting their respective initiatives. Please take a moment to read the attached invitation to find out more details.  Space at this year’s Summit is limited, so sign up here now. For a complete rundown of the event, please watch this video and read the formal invitation. Finally, make sure to visit the Summit website, and follow the GGC’s Instagram and Youtube for any future updates! Spread the word about the 2024 SDG Summit with your peers by sharing the attached marketing package, and we look forward to witnessing the incredible initiatives and contributions you all make! Yours sincerely, 
    The CDNIS GGC Council

    Michelle O'DEA

  • BioArtAttack (2D)

    BioArtAttack (2D) competition

    The Nancy Rothwell Award, now part of the BioArtAttack (2D) competition, encourages children aged 7-18 to express their love for biology through art, focusing on drawing or painting animals, plants, or fungi. This competition not only showcases the intersection of art and science but also highlights the creative talents of young individuals in these fields. The winners for 2023 have been announced, showcasing a variety of colorful and detailed artistic pieces. The competition, supported by the Royal Veterinary College, emphasizes the educational and engaging aspects of this unique blend of disciplines. For more detailed information, you can visit the Royal Society of Biology's website. The competition will return in March 2024.  If you are interested in entering the 2024 competition, please contact Mr Curran on curram2@stconline.edu.hk.

    Marc CURRAN