School News

29 July to 1 August 2019 - Sound of Music in Singapore

On 1 August, our GHS Choir brought us the second glad tidings of great joy this year after winning the Grand Prix Award as well as sweeping two outstanding prizes, including two Gold Awards in Equal Voices Junior (Category B3) and Church/Sacred Choir (Category S) at the 12th International Choral Festival Orientale Concentus in Singapore in which musicians from various regions of Asia, such as China, Taiwan, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong met and shared their passion for music. In the same event, Jennifer Chan (S3D), pianist, has also won the Promising Young Pianist Award.

The Opening Ceremony of this prestigious music event was held at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music Concert Hall, National University of Singapore, on 29 July. All participating choirs and the audience were enchanted by the amazing performances of a distinguished countertenor, a soloist and a school choir from Singapore.

On 30 and 31 July, fifty-nine choristers from both our junior and senior choirs impressed the adjudicating panel tremendously with their most mesmerizing performances. They were also very excited to be able to perform at Star Vista on July 31 which swept the audience off their feet. Despite their busy schedule, our Choir also attended three mass master classes with other participating choirs and one tailor-made master class to sharpen their singing skills. Obviously, the highlight was to have entered the final and reaped the Grand Prix Award and two Gold Awards.

The tour to Singapore was indeed a very fruitful experience for our Choir. Let’s give them a big round of applause for their marvelous achievements!

17 to 18 July 2019 - Leadership Training for CB, PB and House Excos

“A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.” -John C Maxwell. From the 17 to 18 of August, our school leaders from the Central Board, Prefect Board, and Houses took on the leadership training camp “AdventureShip” to sharpen crucial leadership skills for the upcoming school year.

During the camp, students were not only challenged physically, but also psychologically. Tasks during the camp included jumping off the ship from various heights into the sea, walking on a plank to reach a hoop, venturing through a sea arch and swimming long-distance to a beach from the ship, and more. These tasks seem daunting at first, but they were conducted in teams. With teammates’ support, every participant successfully conquered these challenging tasks.

Many obstacles faced when being a leader may be intimidating, but like the activities in the camp, these obstacles can be overcome. Adventureship not only taught our student leaders the significance of teamwork and trust, it also trained their courage to brave mental fears. In addition, the camp pushed our student leaders’ limits to challenge them to be positive and devise effective strategies to face challenges. Most importantly, this invaluable experience enabled our student leaders to discover their vision in taking up the vital role of being a student leader and what positive changes they can bring.

The 2-day training camp left a lasting imprint in the student leaders’ memories, reminding them of the significance of their responsibilities at school. After this camp, our student leaders are prepared to take up challenges on their road of leadership, no matter in school or beyond.

10 July 2019 - HKDSE Results Release

The HKDSE Results Release Day arrived after years of diligent work, and weeks of excited anticipation among all our S.6 students, as well as their parents, teachers and past students. Parents and students alike came to the school to receive their results, supported by our Principal Mrs. Green, as well as all the members of the teaching staff who had done so much to guide them up to and through the exams.

The school was proud to then announce that Charlotte Yang of 6F had the best HKDSE results in Good Hope School this year. She achieved Four 5**, Three 5* and M1 5** and wins the Amy Wong Scholarship for her efforts.  

The results of the core subjects are as follows:

% getting level 5 or above



Hong Kong


26.0 10.5


63.2 9.7


43.4 14.7

Liberal Studies

40.7 10.4

28 Jun 19 - Oxfam Rice Selling Campaign 2019 Prize Presentation Ceremony

The Oxfam Rice Selling Campaign 2019 Prize Presentation Ceremony was held on 28 June 2019. Good Hope School is very honoured to have won the Oxfam Rice 2019 Outstanding Fundraising Awards (Volunteers and Co-organizer).

The Campaign is one of the biggest annual fundraising events organised by Oxfam Hong Kong. All funds are donated to the Oxfam Smallholder Farmers Development Fund to support farmers in poor countries.

A total of 53 junior and senior form students helped to sell packages of rice in school (from 6 to 11 May) and in the community (on 11 May), respectively. A lot of students and staff supported this meaningful event.

With the support of the whole school, we have lived up to our school theme, Find Joy in Giving.

27 Jun 19 - S4 OLE Musical Competition 2019

The much-anticipated S4 OLE Musical Competition 2019 was held on June 27th. Each S4 class showed exuberant ardour in staging their musicals based on the theme “Arabian Nights”. The audience were in for a treat as spectacles of vibrant props and groovy dance choreographies backed with euphonious tunes of music were on full display. Stellar performances of various characters encouraged by clever script writing and direction were a testament of countless hours of hard-work and dedication invested in this year-long event. Rounds of thunderous applause could be heard throughout the event to pay tribute to the artistry of all those who have had a hand in making this grand occasion a success. An award ceremony was held towards the end to acknowledge the efforts of both students and teachers in terms of costume and props, script, music selection, performances of lead and supporting actresses, and overall direction and production.

Once again, we express our sincere gratitude to all students and teachers involved as we are reminded that unity and zeal can allow for the accomplishment of great things, and in the wise words of Albert Einstein, “creativity is intelligence having fun”. We eagerly look forward to what’s in store next year!

21 Jun 19 - Young Women in Public Affairs Award

It is indeed a great honour that Breanna Ng (S.5D) was selected as one of the 10 winners of the Zonta International Young Women in Public Affairs Award on 21 June 2019. Other winners include participants from the USA, France, Nepal, Canada and Australia.

The primary objectives of this Award are to encourage young females to take an active role in community service, prove their achievements as a leader in voluntary work, and help empower women in other parts of the world.

As President (2018-2019) of the GHS Zonta Z Club, Breanna has proved herself to be a competent leader who has committed herself to the Club and has been an inspiration to her schoolmates. In the last two years, she has also taken the initiative to participate in a number of public affairs events, voluntary service, and leadership programmes, including the Hong Kong 200 Leadership Project 2018 and the “Because I am a Girl - Be a Change-maker” programme, organised by Plan International Hong Kong.

Let’s congratulate Breanna on her outstanding achievement!

29 May 19 - Character Strengths Workshop for Parents

The Values Education Team (VET) organised a training workshop for a group of parents on 29 May. The primary purpose was to introduce the 24 character strengths to them so that they could have a better understanding of their daughters and improve their parent-child relationship.

The 1st activity was designed for participants to reflect on their signature and supporting character strengths. By inviting them to share their findings with others, parents had a chance to show courage. They were also able to appreciate the strengths of other participants. Through ‘Bingo Kindness’, parents could suggest some ways to practise compassion. Books on positive parenting were also recommended.

At the end of the workshop, parents and VET members practised the PET dance together. Apart from having fun, they also shared positive synergy, which is an important element of our wellbeing.

25 May 19 - SCMP Student of the Year Award

The SCMP Student of the Year Awards 2018 Prize Presentation Ceremony was held on 25 May. The awards recognise the achievements of senior-form students in nine categories who are potential young leaders of tomorrow.

This year, our nominees have obtained very good results in 5 of them. Anthea Ma (5F) was the 1st runner-up of the Linguist (Cantonese) category while 5 students were shortlisted in other categories as one of the TOP 12 nominees. They are:

Performing Artists
Michelle Lee 6A
Lorraine Chan 4E

Chloe Chan 6B

Community Contributor
Annabelle Chick 6F

Science and Mathematics
Stephanie Cho 4F

Some of the shortlisted students from our school were interviewed by the Young Post. You can find out more at

Congratulations on the achievements of our outstanding students!

24 May 19 - Graduation Ceremony

With great joy and admiration, the graduation ceremony of our Form 6 students was held on the 24th of May, symbolizing a new start while drawing glorious conclusions to illustrious and memorable milestones of secondary school life.

The evening commenced with words of wisdom by our Guest of Honour and past Head Girl Miss Angie Li. Our Principal Mrs. Green followed with an inspiriting speech applauding the efforts and growth of our graduates leading to this joyous occasion, while reminding them the importance of becoming women leaders of value on the path of achieving success in their respective aspirations. The choir and band then treated all in attendance with heartfelt tunes, surely prompting the reminiscence of profound moments during each and every graduate’s time as a student, which was vibrantly described in the valedictorian speech offered by Patrina Wong of 6D. The annual candle-lighting ceremony drew a close to the evening on a high note providing stirring scenes of reverence and celebration, and with that, the students bid farewell to their dear school and beloved teachers.

As we wish the very best for our graduates who are set to embark on a brand new journey, let us remember the saying – “Once a Good Hoper, forever a Good Hoper.” Regardless of what their future holds, they will forever be hailed amongst the hallmarks of our long and lasting saga of excellence and success.

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18 May 19 - The Triumph of Sweet Melodies

Congratulations to our GHS Choir who won the Grand Prix Varna 2019 at the 40th International May Choir Competition in Bulgaria on 18 May!

Besides, they also obtained two additional awards, including:
1 Children's Choirs - Category Winner

2 Special prize for the choir with best selected competition program

It's indeed 'double happiness' when Miss Melody Tang, our Music Director, received the special prize for young conductor (brightest presence at the competition)

They will perform as a Guest Choir with the Hamilton Children's Choir from Canada at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall at 8:00 pm on 15 July.

Let's cheer for the outstanding achievements of our young musicians ~ Hurray!

11 May 19 - Joint-School STEM-E 2019

After six months of strenuous work, the Joint-School STEM-E 2019 (formerly known as the Joint-School STEM Leadership Programme 2019) Presentations cum Closing Ceremony was held successfully at the Science Park on 11 May.

With the support of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, participating students were equipped with knowledge and skills needed for product marketing. They took part in a group presentation competition to promote the products of 5 start-up companies using their unique marketing and promotional strategies on the Final Presentation Day.

We were honoured to have Ms Cordelia Chung, Professor Emily Nason and Ms Carman Chan as our adjudicators for the competition. All 20 teams of students from 5 different schools - Good Hope School, La Salle College, Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section), St Joseph's College, and St Paul's Secondary School - performed very well during the semi-finals in the morning.

In the afternoon, five teams were selected to have the opportunity to present their ideas in the Charles K Kao Auditorium, facing an audience which included school principals, representatives from the start-up companies, parents, and students. Taking part was an unforgettable experience for the teams.

All participants enjoyed the event and were thankful to have made friends with students from different schools, sharing opinions and insights on the projects. This exchange also enriched the knowledge of participants, who would be keen to join similar activities in the future.

11 May 2019 - "Choose Happiness, Live Simple - Encourage Teenagers to build Positive Emotions” Competition(簡.生活腦震盪比賽)

In March and April, five of our Form 4 schoolmates joined the “Choose Happiness, Live Simple - Encourage Teenagers to build Positive Emotions” Competition(簡.生活腦震盪比賽)organized by Wofoo Social Enterprises and HK.WeCare. We are pleased to announce that out of 37 competing teams, our school was awarded the Champion.

The aim of the competition was to promote happiness, positive emotions, relationships and well-being among teenagers. Participants were required to design an interesting and meaningful activity to encourage respect, acceptance, and love between individuals in the society.

Ikani, formed by Janna Fan from 4A, Trista Wong from 4C, and Eunice Chung, Tomoka Moriyama and Dorothy So from 4D, impressed the judging panel with the proposal of their activity and deliverance of their presentation. The adjudicators noted that the concept was well-crafted and robust, exhibiting strong elements of creativity complemented with a unique sense of flair.

To commemorate such an outstanding achievement, our schoolmates, with the help of the sponsoring organizations, will organize several workshops and activities at school and to the public in the coming months to see the plan come to fruition. We eagerly invite those who are interested in such a fulfilling cause to join us for a gratifying experience. Stay tuned!

9 May 19 - Bible Service: Month of Mary

May is the month of Mary, a time to commemorate the Mother of God. Hymns were sung in honour and praise of this joyous occasion, and a reading from the scriptures in the Book of Luke was followed by the presentation of fresh roses to Mother Mary from newly baptized students and staff. The bible service ended with the congregation singing “Hail Mary” in unison. We hope that all schoolmates will always take into heart the virtues and wonderful example set by Mary, and be continually inspired by her faith, courage, and devotion to face the challenges of life.

6 May 19 - An Exchange of Inspiration

On 6 May, 11 representatives from Hong Kong University Graduates Association College (HKUGA College) visited our school to exchange ideas about how positive wellbeing has been promoted through formal and informal curriculums in both schools.

Our Values Education Team (VET) gave our visitors a warm welcome, followed by a presentation on how mindful eating was conducted in one of the S1 pastoral care lessons. Highlights included activities involved, challenges and the unexpected outcome during the lessons. The VET also shared with our guests some of our wellbeing activities, such as how the whole school was engaged on the International Day of Happiness.

Teachers from HKUGA College also shared with the VET how they planned the curriculum and explained how some of the wellbeing activities were held in school. The presentation also included how the whole school supported the wellbeing of students.

Through the exchange visit, teachers from both schools learnt from one another. It was indeed a very fruitful experience.

4 May 19 - Pass It On Fun Day

On the afternoon of 4 May, all 14 secondary and 6 primary schools participating in the Pass It On Campaign took part in a Fun Day held at La Salle College. The aim was to offer an opportunity for the secondary and primary students to meet and have fun. Most importantly, it was also a chance for the Big Brothers and Big Sisters to show their love and care to the little ones.

At the Kick-off Ceremony, our Principal, Mrs Laura Green, told all the guests and students how the Campaign had started at Good Hope School. She also shared with everyone the wishing card of a primary student that she had received, in which the student did not ask for any gift. Instead, he just asked Mrs Green a few questions. Mrs Green’s sharing was inspiring as it reminded everyone that spending quality time with our loved ones and communicating with them are important. This is also one of the objectives of the Campaign: to spread love and empathy.

After the Ceremony, primary students went to different classrooms to play games designed by the Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Each game booth focused on one character strength. Our school’s game was related to Fairness. The primary students were very excited when our schoolmates were explaining the rules of the game to them. In addition, the young ones also joined a Treasure Hunt.

It was a very joyful and meaningful weekend for all participants. Let’s continue to Pass It On!

2 May 19 - The Easter Mass

On the 2nd of May, our school celebrated Easter Mass with two double blessings! This year, two students received the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Holy Communion during the Easter vigil Mass, while 6 Catholic students received the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist during our Easter Mass celebration. It was really a moment of Grace, prayer and enlightenment! The parents of the six Catholic students also came to witness their daughters receiving the Holy Communion for the first time.

27-28 Apr 2019 - Roly-Poly Day

To prepare for Roly-Poly Day 2019, organized by the Seedland Educational Charitable Foundation, students and teachers in Good Hope gathered on the lawn to paint a roly-poly mascot designed by three S.3 students on 17 April.

This campaign aims to promote students’ well-being by reminding them of how a roly-poly stands up for itself in spite of adversity. Our roly-poly mascot is in school uniform which reminds all schoolmates to be resilient when facing obstacles.

It attracted many visitors, especially children, who supported the Roly-Poly Day in the Kowloon Park Plaza on 27 and 28 April. They took a lot of photos and had great fun.

24-26 Apr 2019 - Unity: GHS×SJC Social Service Program

In the spirit of Easter, the Central Board collaborated with St. Joseph’s College to organize a social service program. The aim of the program was to raise awareness of the needs of the homeless, and those of neglected children. It was successfully achieved through a food distribution program for the homeless, followed by a day camp for neglected children the next day. The participants got to interact with the target groups firsthand, with everyone smiling from ear to ear during the service.

In light of this success, the Central Board will also be organizing a mini-exhibition from 21 June to 28 June, with interactive activities held during lunchtime on 24 June. Please come and show your support!

11 - 13 Apr 2019 - PESA National Conference 2019

The Positive Education Schools Association (PESA) National Conference 2019 was held in Gold Coast, Australia, from 11 to 13 April. This year, the theme was ‘Belong, Learn, Grow’. Mr. Andy Au and Mr. Ian Jasper were invited to attend inspiring seminars hosted by experts in Positive Education including Prof. Sonja Lyubomirsky, Prof. Lea Waters and Sir Anthony Seldon. In addition to exchanging ideas with over 1,000 participants from different parts of Australia and around the world, they were also introduced to a wide range of literature and activities aimed to help move forward the concept of Positive Education.

The Conference provided our teachers many innovative ideas to share with colleagues and the Positive Education team. We will continue to promote student and staff wellbeing through nurturing positive relationships moving forward.

13 Apr 2019 - Advocacy Forum: Women-in-Technology

Good Hopers ‘getting well-equipped as 21st century learners’ is a top priority for the school. Five senior students seized the opportunity provided by The Zonta Club of Hong Kong to explore the role of technology in careers and careers in technology on 13th April, 2019.

Our girls attended an advocacy forum organized by the ZCHK. As the theme of the event is ‘WOMEN-in-TECHNOLOGY: Education and Career Opportunities’, information and sharing related to the latest trends in science and technology were given. Speeches made by the keynote speakers were inspiring. Interacting with Professor Siu-wing Cheng, Professor Sabrina Lin, and our alumna Ms Hester Shum was certainly an invaluable experience for the participants.

With the encouragement of these technologists and advocates of equal opportunities, our girls were enlightened to see possibilities in pursuing education, career opportunities and leadership roles in the ever digitizing world.

13 Apr 2019 - Positive Youth Development Recharge Day

On 13 April, Values Education Team members took part in the Positive Youth Development Recharge Day organised by the Bei Shan Tang Foundation and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. It aimed at offering a platform to participating primary and secondary schools to recharge, review, and connect to the positive school community.

The programme started off with a few mindfulness activities. All participants felt energised. During the review session, representatives of each school reflected on the objectives of implementing positive education in their schools, strategies used and how effective they were. The discussion provided them with a very precious opportunity to conduct an evaluation on the progress of positive education and how to plan for the future. They were then asked to share their work and learn from one another. In the afternoon, participating schools were also invited to think about how they would like to improve positive education and the resources that they need.

Our VET members found the Recharge Day very meaningful because they could connect with other schools through the event.

12 Apr 2019 - Pass It On

On 12 April, a group of S.5 representatives went to visit some pupils of at a primary school in Sham Shui Po to deliver Easter gifts to them. This is the 3rd year of the Pass It On Campaign, which aims to spread love and hope by sharing what we have during Lent.

It was a joyful and heart-warming afternoon as our students had prepared some group games to play with the primary pupils before giving them the presents. The classrooms were filled with laughter! Before the end of the session, students from both schools had developed new friendships.

The 1st Pass It On Campaign was launched in 2017. After receiving encouraging feedback, 3 secondary schools and 3 primary schools were interested in joining us in 2018. This year, 14 secondary schools and 6 primary schools have taken part in the Campaign.

Our mission is reflected through the name of the Campaign. We hope that more and more schools will take part in this special event to share love with the needy.

4 Apr 2019 - Science Day

Science Day is an annual event at Good Hope School. The theme this year was ‘Avengers Science Game’. Students formed teams of four to visit the booths in the laboratories, classrooms and the hall. There were more than 20 science challenges for students to attempt, including CG balance, acid-alkaline trick, forensic science, and food identification. A P.5 class from our Primary Section also joined the fun. At the end, all participants got a choc-ice bar as a reward for their hard work.

Through their active participation, students love learning on Science Day!

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31 Mar 2019 - Science Fiction Drawing Competition

The Science Fiction Drawing Competition is an annual event organized by the Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association. It aims at allowing students to express their imaginative and creative ideas about the future through drawing, and providing them the opportunity to display their scientific knowledge and artistic skills.

This year, the drawing of a ‘Green’ 3D printer by Valerie Chi (2B) was awarded the 3rd Class Honour, while the work ‘Future Living in Outer Space’ by Carol Fung (2F) was awarded the Merit.

Congratulations on their success!

28 Mar 2019 - Reading Festival

“Reading is the gateway to learning” - the annual Reading Festival was held once again to promote the value of reading, and to rekindle students’ interest in books of a wide range of genres and topics through engaging activities and exhibitions. With the participation of different subject panels, students fervently enjoyed the Chinese, ERE, English, Science, ICT and PSHE booths at St. Joseph’s Hall, in which they collected stamps in an effort to claim the specially designed prize of the year.

At the same time, a thrilling competition was held in the library with class representatives competing against one another sounding off their interpretation of Hong Kong-related Chinese books. We’d like to extend our heartiest congratulations to all the awardees!

We were also honored to have among us Dr. Gillian Bickley, an acclaimed writer and poet, to share her thoughts and analyze literature with senior form students, while offering valuable advice to all future writers regarding writing in and about Hong Kong. We hope everyone had a wondrous time throughout the events, and we extend our invitation to all to continue the lifelong habit of reading.

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23 Mar 2019 - Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the May Fourth Movement

In March, a competition to mark the “Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the May Fourth Movement 五四運動” was organised by the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union, the Social Science Faculty of The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong History and Culture Educational Society, and the Conservancy Association. A team of four S.4 students representing the History and Chinese History Panels of Good Hope School won the Championship of the Board Design section of the competition. Our team members were praised for giving the judges and visitors an exceptionally detailed and impressive explanation of the theme and elements of their board design.

Another team of S.4 students from GHS won the award for Most Attractive Game Booth. Their booth provided judges and visitors of different age groups the experience of revisiting the principles of “Democracy” and “Science” advocated by intellectuals during the May Fourth Movement.

As well as the two teams of competitors, more than 15 students helped out at the board display and the game booth. During the course of the event, our students left a very good impression on the judges and visitors due to their enthusiasm and devotion. They clearly displayed the qualities of aspiring young scholars. Congratulations to the teams and the helpers!

20 Mar 2019 – International Day of Happiness and Joyful Fruit Day

With the arrival of the International Day of Happiness, a multitude of events were held to mark this joyous occasion in line with the school theme of “Find Joy through Giving”. The morning started off with a bang as the premier of a music video rendition of the pop classic “We are the World” was shown, starring Mrs Green, Ms Yu, Miss Pow, and a host of teachers who all played a part in sharing the meaningful message expressed in the song of being the ones to “make a better day”.

Lunchtime saw the celebration of Joyful Fruit Day. In an effort to promote the importance of a healthy diet and the benefits of eating an adequate amount of fruit, two booths were set up where fruits were distributed to teachers and students and games were hosted to test students’ trivial knowledge of fruits. A slogan and poster competition was also held prior for students to exert their creativity in designing catchy expressions to help draw their fellow schoolmates in remembering the need to maintain sufficient nourishment both physically and emotionally. We’d like to congratulate all winners of the events!

The day concluded with a host of Wellbeing Activities chosen by each individual class to take part in, including movie appreciation, board games, colouring, yoga, and more. Through participation, students not only were given the chance to reflect on their personal definition of “happiness”, the building of empathy and compassion, learning to appreciate beauty and creativity, in addition to experiencing mindfulness were also among the core values embedded within the aims of commemorating this special day distinguished for celebrating all the good in life. We sincerely hope that students will continue to strive in being optimistic moving forward, and remember that “a little tomorrow can make up for a whole lot of yesterday.”

16 Mar 2019 – A Joyful Day

In order to share happiness and joy with others, our S.1 students are operating game booths for two primary schools in March this year. The students have prepared a variety of interesting games and many lovely gifts for the pupils, as well as decorating their booths in a very attractive way. In the first visit last Saturday, 16th March, pupils from Jordan Valley St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School came to Good Hope and actively participated in playing the games. Our students had a chitchat session with the pupils and introduced our school to them, which seemed to delight the visitors. We believe that these experiences give our girls a better understanding of JOY and SHARING, in line with our school theme this year: “Find joy in giving”. We look forward to seeing pupils from other primary schools again soon.

15 Mar 2019 – 3rd Asian Youth Athletics Championships 2019

The 3rd Asian Youth Athletics Championships was held from the 15th to the 17th March at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground, Hong Kong. Toby Lai from 5E and Anneke Fung from 5F participated in the High Jump and the Medley Relay respectively. Toby completed the competition with a personal best of 1.79m, winning silver. Anneke’s relay team sprinted across the finishing line in 4th place, breaking the Hong Kong junior record with a time of 2:15.03.

Congratulations to both of them!

15 Mar 2019 – S3 Parents’ Talk – Mindset can Stimulate Potential

On 15 March, Ms Rita Ching from The Women’s Foundation visited the school to share with parents about how a growth mindset can help unleash potential. Parents learnt the skills of giving constructive praise and strengthening their daughters’ belief in change for the better. Parents found the talk especially useful for understanding how they should guide their daughters in choosing DSE subjects.

14 Mar 2019 - PSHE General Knowledge Quiz

The 6th Annual PSHE General Knowledge Contest was successfully held on 14th March. Each house was represented by students who are eager to share their understanding in areas of Geography, History, Chinese History, Liberal Studies, and Economics, with the goal of answering all the questions through knowledge both in and out of their textbooks, hence meeting the purpose of the contest, which aims to help students think out of the box and raise the awareness of learning knowledge through a wide range of external sources outside the classroom. We were also thrilled to have with us fellow sisters from the Primary Section to participate in this exciting event.

The competition was organized into three rounds: Individual Questions; Questions about the World; and Toss-up Questions. All students in attendance were given the chance to be involved to help their respective houses excel in the competition during the second round, which required that house members search for questions concealed within the seating area of the houses and answer the questions correctly once they were found. It was a stirring sight to behold.

The third round consisted of Toss-up Questions, where student representatives of each house had to press a buzzer to answer. During this thrilling round, all contestants were on the edge of their seats hoping for the best of their house. In the end, Pine house took the Champion, with Hazel and Sandal house tying for Second Place. Overall, not only were students able to learn knowledge and fun facts in a wide range of disciplines, it was also a wonderful opportunity for the houses to build unity and kinship.

8 Mar 2019 – Inter-School Athletics Competition Day 3

The concluding day of the Inter-School Athletics Competition was held at the Wan Chai Sports Ground on 8th March. This year we saw many delightful accomplishments by our athletes, and we’d like to recognize all their hard-work and effort in achieving glory for our dear school. It is our hope that we will continue to strive for greater success in the coming year, and continue to defy the odds to exceed expectations.
















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6 Mar 2019 - Ash Wednesday Bible Service

With Ash Wednesday marking the start of Lent, a special Bible Service was held as we stepped into a time of penance, preparation, and sacrifice. Our School Chaplin Fr. Mark Anthony Serna shared insightful Gospel messages as the whole school gathered at the covered playground united with purpose.

This symbolic event ended with the Distribution of Ashes, reminding us all that we are in need of constant repentance and change. All participants (both Catholics and non-Catholics) were invited to receive the blessing of the ashes with a pious heart. We hope that this event has caused a sense of reflection and gratitude among schoolmates to heed to Gospel teachings and resist temptations in life, and by doing so able to live up to the true message of the Lenten season.

5 Mar 2019 – Inter-School Athletics Competition Day 2

Good Hope Athletics Team has performed exceptionally well on Day 2 of the Inter-School Athletics Competition. All the athletes did their absolute best in all the events.

The results of Day 2 are as follows:
















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1 Mar 2019 - Month of Happiness

Lenten Challenge

To celebrate the Month of Happiness and the season of Lent, all students, teaching and non-teaching staff received Lenten Challenge cards and stickers on 1 March.

The Lenten Challenge card consists of good acts focusing on love (compassion and empathy), move (physical wellbeing), self (personal development) and green (environmental conservation). All members of the school are encouraged to complete at least one of them each day.

The Challenge is designed to remind everyone what a joyful and fulfilling life means.

Wellbeing Activities

The primary aim of celebrating the Month of Happiness is to share joy to make a difference in the community. It is a time to focus on our relationships with our own ‘self’ and others, and most importantly, with God.

To develop a healthy relationship with our own ‘self’, we have to maintain our positive wellbeing. On 1 March, all teachers commemorated the start of the Month of Happiness by joining a series of wellbeing activities in groups. These included yoga, colouring, the cup dance and board games, which provided a chance for the participants to experience flow, mindfulness, appreciation of beauty, creativity, trust and team spirit.

Our teachers always have a challenging workload. The one-hour activity time enabled them to relax and to connect with their ‘self’ and their ‘teammates’. They deeply treasured this opportunity.

More activities will be coming up soon. Stay tuned!

27 Feb 2019 – Inter-School Athletics Competition Day 1

The Inter-School Athletics Competition (Day 1) took place at Wan Chai Sports Ground today. Overall, we are in second place. We are certain that our Good Hope Athletes will continue to do their best on days 2 and 3 (5th March and 8th March). Let’s give them our full support!

The results of Day 1 are as follows:
















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Live Broadcast of Inter-School Athletics Competition

On 27th February, 5th March and 8th March, the Inter-School Athletics Competition will take place at Wan Chai Sports Ground. To show support to the Good Hope Athletics Team, our Campus TV Team is working conjunction with La Salle College Campus TV Team to broadcast the competition live! You can click  to see the live broadcast.

Good luck to our Athletics Team!

23 Feb 2019 - Stretch Our Potential - Collaboration between the Junior and Senior Generations

On 23 February 2019, Good Hope School hosted a talent show with the Hong Kong Mutual Encouragement Association, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Pong Wing Shiu Neighbourhood Elderly Centre, Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service Choi Hung Integrated Home Care Centre for Senior Citizens, Po Leung Kuk Wan Lam May Yin Shirley Neighbourhood Elderly Centre and Hong Kong Red Cross Margaret Trench School, in Ping Shek Estate.

The 90-minute showcase was a great success. It offered the audience and participants a dynamic experience in understanding the potential of different generations in society. More than 250 members, including students, teaching and non-teaching staff from our school as well as delegates from the five non-government organisations, were engaged on that day. The programme was kicked off with the school Lion Dance ceremony, followed by numerous collaborative performances, such as the magic show, martial arts display, dance and singing between the junior and senior generations.

It was indeed a meaningful event to promote collaboration among diverse groups!

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22 Feb 2019 - 2018-19 Hong Kong First Lego League (FLL) Robotics Tournament

The FLL is an international competition which involves designing and programming robots to finish challenging tasks within a time limit, as well as working on a research project related to science and engineering.

The Good Hope School Computing and Robotics Team members - competing against 40 other teams at the event - include:

Kristen Chu (4D), Rachel Liu (4D), Evelyn Tsai (4D), Annika Yiu (4D), Vivian Chan (4F), Stephanie Cho (4F), Kristy Fung (4F), Rachel Yip (4F) and Rachel Chan (3E).

We are pleased to announce that our team was presented the Project Presentation Award and the Research Poster Award at the 2018-19 Hong Kong First Lego League (FLL) Robotics Tournament. Congratulations!

31 Jan 2019 - Chinese New Year Mass and Celebration

On 31 January, Good Hopers welcomed the Year of the Boar with the annual Chinese New Year Mass and Celebration. Students were reminded in the Mass to not let our assumptions imprison us from unleashing our fullest potential, and to set new goals to become better. The celebration then started with an intense inter-house Chinese cultural knowledge contest. It was followed by a special presentation as a group of teachers and house captains gave out a spectacular dance performance. The hall erupted into gales of cheers and laughter with everyone in high spirits throughout!

The excitement continued into the ‘Temple Fair’, filled with games, music, and festive delicacies. Many students took the chance to write red couplets, watch the lion dance performance, and try on traditional Hanfu outfits. Contented smiles were everywhere by the end of the celebration. We wish everyone best of luck with all endeavors and a Happy Chinese New Year!

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11 Jan 2019 - Positive Education Sharing at Caritas Hong Kong

On 11 January, the Values Education Team (VET) was invited to present at an afternoon seminar organized by Caritas Hong Kong. School principals, teachers and other education practitioners from 65 schools attended the event.

The presentation started with the introduction of our school mission and culture. Then, three of our VET teachers explained how positive education has been implemented in our school using a whole-school approach, focusing on how character strengths are practised through the informal curriculum. Resources were showcased during the break in which many of the participants were very impressed by our school’s work.

The presentation was concluded with joy and laughter as the VET teachers invited the audience to try out the PET dance together.

7 & 8 Jan 2019 - Sports Day

Our new year started with a bang on the 7th and 8th January as the annual Sports Day was held at Wan Chai Sports Ground, a renown venue which provided our schoolmates the chance to showcase their talents and love for sports, whilst their unfaltering sportsmanship was put on full display throughout the competitions. Tremendous support was given to the athletes as the stadium resonated with joyous cheers and applause, encouraging the competitors to strive for their very best. In addition, as the whole world looks forward to the much anticipated 2020 Olympic Games, we as a school had a taste of the excitement during our 800m ‘Run to Tokyo’ event.

We’d also like to take this opportunity to express our sincere appreciation to the dance and gymnastic performers for their enjoyable performances, to all students for their exuberant participation, to our athletes for competing with passion and true professionalism, and to everyone who has lent a hand in making this event a fruitful success.
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4 Jan 2019 – Harvard Model Congress Asia (Singapore)

Just after the Christmas break, a group of S4 and S5 students enthusiastically attended Harvard Model Congress Asia at the National University of Singapore. The conference tasks delegates to debate and propose solutions to global issues such as ‘Cybersecurity’ and the ‘Conflict in the South China Sea’. Our students enjoyed discussing these challenging issues with other talented students from across Asia.

20 Dec 2018 - Christmas Celebration

With the holidays just around the corner, all students blissfully gathered round to take part in the annual Christmas Mass and Celebration. This year, we were honored by the presence of our teaching staff’s beautiful babies to celebrate Christmas Mass with us. During the offertory, all babies were brought in front of the hall to be blessed by father Mark. Babies symbolize the birth of Jesus whom we celebrate during Christmas.

The Central Board’s drama was filled with joyous singing and dancing, while the choir’s energetic performance and the participation of teachers in the activities fired up the whole hall, making it an extraordinary way to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, our Messiah. We express our sincere appreciation to all who contributed in making this Christmas Mass and Celebration memorable. Merry Christmas to you all, and Happy New Year!
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19 Dec 2018 - 70th Speech Festival

As the 70th Speech Festival draws to a close, Good Hopers have once again shone on the big stage with triumphant results in various genres with exceptional performances. Throughout the process of preparation, students and teachers alike have exhibited unceasing enthusiasm and commitment notwithstanding the countless hours dedicated to vigorous rehearsals backed by intriguing interpretations of the verses, all in the spirit of achieving the achievable and beyond.

We must acknowledge the immense passion and creativity invested in every performance, and it is only appropriate that we also extend our utmost appreciation to all who have offered any form of support and assistance for this to be made possible.

We are truly delighted to share some of our accomplishments as a celebration of the success attained in this prestigious event:

Girls Choral Speaking (Urban, Kowloon and HK Island)

First Place (Honours) - 1D

Second Place (Merit) - 1C

Third Place (Merit) - 1E

Third Place (Merit) - 2D

Harmonic Speaking (Open, all districts)

First Place (Honours) - 5D

Words and Movements (Open, all districts)

First Place (Honours) - 2A

Second Place (Merit) - 2B

It is our sincere hope that we will see such encouraging results once more as we greatly anticipate what lies ahead next year, and through it all, let us not forget that in the wise words of Mark Twain, ‘Success is a journey, not a destination. It requires constant effort, vigilance and reevaluation.’ May we all continue to embrace our dear School’s revered tradition of success and aim to continually inspire captivating performances in the future.

24 Nov 2018 – The ‘Talent Cup’ STEM Education Challenge Competition 2018 『英才盃 - STEM教育挑戰賽2018』

The ‘Talent Cup’ STEM Education Challenge Competition 2018 was organized by the Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association. Participants were required to design mini-vibrating robots to achieve different tasks. In the heat, the robots that could carry the most number of table tennis balls along a 2 m long track in 5 minutes would win. One of our S.1 teams won the 1st Honour Award and another team the 2nd Honour Award. They then spent another two weeks modifying their robots to face the new challenge of making the robots climb up a slope, gradually increasing the inclination by 5 degrees each time. In the final competition, our team were declared the champions of this event.

We appreciate their effort and congratulate them on their success!

13 and 15 Nov 2018 - Internal Speech Festival

With the 70th Hong Kong Speech Festival under way, the Internal Speech Festival was held successfully on the 13th and 15th of November. The two-day competition offered students with a precious opportunity to compete and learn from their peers and exemplary role models, while at the same time providing aspiring contenders a glimpse of the excitement and expectations of various genres of competitions.

Participating students strived to give well-rehearsed and engaging performances, with the mind-set of enjoying the event and reflecting on how they can further improve through valuable feedback given by teachers. We are confident that throughout the month-long duration of Speech Festival, all of our contestants will continue to diligently prepare and aim for the best performance they can offer as they venture to represent our School in this celebrated event.

14 Nov 2018 - The 3-Generation Assembly

On this special occasion, the Secondary, Primary, and Kindergarten sections were united in the School Hall to celebrate the closeness and goodwill of the Good Hope family.

With the presence of our adorable Kindergarten and Primary Sisters, student representatives performed a lovely dance and led all attendees in singing ‘Give Me Joy in My Heart’. The assembly continued with a sharing by some of our sisters studying in the each of the three sections, each giving us all a glimpse into their eventful school lives. Speeches were then offered by our Principal Mrs Green and Supervisor Sr. Pauline, reminding us to be role models for our little sisters, and to learn and appreciate each other regardless of our age and differences.

Before the assembly came to a close, the entire school body sang the school song in unison. It truly was a stirring event, and we are certain that this special bond between the 3 generations will continue to be cherished in years to come.

13 Nov 2018 - World Kindness Day

World Kindness Day is celebrated on 13 November every year. This special event was first initiated by the World Kindness Movement in 1998. The primary aim is to remind all of us to be kind to one another so as to build a more harmonious community around the globe.

In November, the Values Education Team organized the Kindness Campaign to encourage kind acts among all students and staff. Colourful posters with 10 different acts of kindness were hung up at different areas on campus. Students were introduced to ‘Kindness Bingo’, where they could write down 16 good deeds / acts of kindness they intended to do during the week. Then they chose and did at least one good deed per day. The mission was accomplished when the students had circled all the good deeds either vertically, horizontally or diagonally. All of us could find joy by expressing our love and care.

Let’s continue to be kind to everyone around us. The world will certainly be a better place to live in.

5 & 12 Nov 2018 - Inter-class Choral Speaking Competition

The S1 and S2 Inter-class Choral Speaking Competition has successfully come to a close. During both days of the event, impressive performances backed by countless hours of creative planning, rehearsals, and unwavering teamwork were shown on full display. The wealth of eye-popping costumes and props, coupled with atmospheric vocal dynamics and artistic expressions were the epitome of the absolute best Choral Speaking has to offer. Each class gave their all as they strived to be in character, synchronizing their voices and movements, all to ensure that their interpretation of the set piece proved most impeccable and exhilarating..

The award announcements were equally rousing as the judges carefully decided the outcomes of such competitive and awe-inspiring performances. In the end, classes 2B and 1E were given the Best Performance Award. We’d like to congratulate the efforts of all participating teachers and students, for their dedication and zest to carry on such a joyous tradition of working hard and dreaming big. As the 70th Speech Festival is near at hand, may we once again wish all representing classes success in bringing glory to our dear School.

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11 Nov 2018 - Wong Tai Sin Outstanding Students’ Selection and the Kowloon Region Outstanding Students’ Award

It is our great honour to announce the pleasing results our students attained from the 11th Wong Tai Sin Outstanding Students’ Selection and the Kowloon Region Outstanding Students’ Award.

At the 11th Wong Tai Sin Outstanding Students’ Selection, Amelie Yeung of S.3B and Stephanie Cho of S.4F received the Outstanding Student Award in the Junior Secondary Section, while Zenya Law of S.6D was awarded the Excellent Student Award in the Senior Secondary Section. They were also presented with the Distinguished Students’ Award at the Kowloon Region Outstanding Students Award 2018.

Both the East Kowloon Youth Society and Kowloon Region Outstanding Students Association hold the selections to celebrate the success of outstanding students in the district. It is meaningful as the selections do not only focus on students’ academic performance, but also their conduct and involvement in community service.

Our girls take pride in serving the community and striving for excellence. The recognition they have gained will motivate them further to reach higher in the future.

10 Nov 2018 - Joint-School STEM Leadership Programme 2019 Launching Ceremony

The Joint-School STEM Leadership Programme 2019 is jointly organised by Good Hope School, La Salle College, Maryknoll Convent School, St. Joseph’s College and St. Paul’s Secondary School, with support from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), as well as the Hong Kong Science and Technology Park Corporation (HKSTPC).

The programme aims at enhancing students’ understanding of the importance of innovation and technology in their career development, giving them exposure to how start-up companies operate on a daily basis and providing an opportunity for students from different schools to collaborate with each other. Participants will have numerous chances to visit start-up companies and promote innovative products.

The Launching Ceremony was held in Maryknoll Convent School on 10 November 2018. Guests, parents, teachers and students came for the ceremony and shared their enthusiasm towards the project. The Organising Committee was honoured to have invited Dr. David Chung Eng JP, the Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology from the Government of the HKSAR, and Professor Tam Kar Yan, Dean of HKUST Business School, to be the keynote speakers. To face a technology-savvy 21st century, students were encouraged to have a growth mindset and embrace failures as fuel for improvement.

The audience was indeed inspired by the influential speeches of the two distinguished speakers. We believe that our participating students will broaden their scopes and gain a lot of experience through this programme.

27 Oct 2018 - Central Board and Prefect Board Camp

Leaders are made, not born. To unleash the leadership potential of student leaders, the Central Board and Prefect Board Camp was successfully held in Lei Yue Mun Park on 27th October.

Members from the two boards participated actively in various activities, such as Life Monopoly and Campus Tracing, which aimed to sharpen their leadership skills in different areas. These activities were organised by the Executive Committee Members of the two boards; they applied the skills they learnt in their training camp in August. Throughout the day, members had to communicate effectively as well as share their ideas in order to finish their tasks and reach the goals. These experiences served to remind our student leaders about the importance of collaboration, which will surely benefit them on their future journey serving in the Central Board or Prefect Board.

19 & 26 Oct 2018 - Inter-school Swimming Competition

As the Inter-School Swimming Competition came to a close, the efforts of our swimmers and heartfelt support from schoolmates in attendance were rewarded with glorious results. After 2 days of exhilarating competition, our School achieved the overall result of Second Runner-up. Let us congratulate all who have played a part in attaining this joyous feat, and we hope for another successful effort as we continue to strive for excellence in the coming year!
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26 Oct 2018 - Sharing the ‘Journey of Hope’

On 26 October, the Values Education Team (VET) was invited to hold a half-day Positive Education presentation cum workshop in the Good Hope Primary School cum Kindergarten (Primary Section).

The 1st session focused on the rationale of Positive Education and how it is in line with the mission of our school as well as its implementation using a whole-school approach. Resources were showcased to the primary school teachers during the break.

During the 2nd session, the VET teachers hosted 3 workshops, including how to make use of character strengths to develop students’ potential and how to instill hope and gratitude into them through video appreciation, discussion, choosing messages of hope and making the Jar of Gratitude. Teachers were very engaged in all the activities.

The highlight of the day was the PET dance led by the VET. There was a lot of laughter when teachers were trying to follow the dance steps.

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26 Oct 2018 - Down Memory Lane

Those were the days when Form 5 students had to sit for public exams. Only with very good results could Good Hopers be promoted to the Advanced Level course at Good Hope School. Between the late 70s and early 80s, the School also admitted a handful of male students in Form 6.

Some graduates of the 1980s have emigrated to countries including Australia and the UK, while many chose to stay in Hong Kong after graduation. 38 years have now passed since the start of the 1980s. A group of these past students, including two male graduates, came back to visit the School on 26 October 2018.

All of them were very excited when touring around the campus. They took photos in the tuck shop, the canteen, the Physics laboratory and S5 (the room where students used to buy their stationery at the counter). These places reminded them of their sweet memories at GHS. Of course, they did not miss the chance to take a few pictures of our swimming pool, the construction of which they had donated money for during their time at the School. Our past students then visited the library and the open playground.

After staying for about an hour, they had to go for another very important visit: to meet their Principal, Sr Mary Olga Lam, MIC, the former Supervisor and Principal of Good Hope School, at the convent.

26 Oct 2018 - Being a Motivated Parent

On 26 October, the Good Hope School Parent Teacher Association (GHSPTA) and The Good Hope Primary School cum Kindergarten (Primary Section) Parent Teacher Association (GHPScK (PS) PTA) invited Dr Chan Ting Sam to delivered a talk on ‘Being a Motivated Parent’.

Dr. Chan is a Professional Consultant to the Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, specializing in parent education, student guidance and school training courses. It was our honour to have invited him to come to our school to share his unique view on parenthood.

Dr Chan emphasized that there is no formula to establish a good parent-child relationship as each child is unique. He stated the Chinese use ‘bone and flesh’ to describe the parent-child relationship, which is a very appropriate comparison as it vividly describes the close bond. Parents have to spend time with their children to build a good connection.

Our guest speaker captivated the parents with his good humour and jokes during the talk. All participants found his presentation very inspiring.

14 Oct 2018 - GHS Fun Walk and Run 2018

The ‘Good Hope School Fun Walk and Run 2018’ was held on the 14th of October at Sha Tin Sports Ground with joint efforts from the Secondary and Primary cum Kindergarten section, along with the Good Hope School Athletics Club. The objective of the event was to raise funds for the redevelopment of Delia’s Wing, an integral part of the InterMission: Delia's Wing Revitalised Project. With immense support from all members of the Good Hope Family, including students and staff of both sections, parents, and past students, the event was an overwhelming success.

The Secondary section arrived in the morning and was firstly led with stretches by our athletes, so as to warm-up and be prepared for the 3.5 km journey around Sha Tin. The race then commenced at the sound of the horn and everyone started to hit the ground running.

While many challenged themselves to beat the clock and go the distance, some participants formed teams in an effort to induce creativity and teamwork into the event. The “3P Rainbow Unity” team, led by Mrs. Green along with twelve S1 students, garnered much ovation for their dedication and thoughtful ingenuity for their vivid costume design and message. We would also like to recognize the fervent support of all the parents and their contributions towards the success of the event.

All competitors crossed the finish line refreshed after completing their respective routes. It was encouraging to see such enthusiasm radiated from participants of all walks and ages, but more importantly, was the presence of a strong sense of belonging and a spirit of unity for a greater cause.

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11 Oct 2018 - Hong Kong Schools Music Festival & Speech Festival 70th Anniversary Gala

At the heart of the aesthetic education in Good Hope School is our continuous effort to nurture music and speech talents. To this end students are given a rich diet of learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. Every year, many of our students benefit from the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival and Speech Festival. As these two prestigious Festivals are celebrating their 70th Anniversary, our students were invited to perform at the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival & Speech Festival 70th Anniversary Gala on 9th September 2018 at the Concert Hall of Hong Kong Cultural Centre.

Representatives from our Choral Speaking Teams and School Choir took part in the English Drama Medley and Choir Performances. Zoe Lau (2C), Chloe Pang (6C) and Lynette Wong (6D) were selected to perform at the Grand Finale where they did a poem recitation.

Just like the Festivals, the evening was a wonderful learning opportunity for the participants, as well as a big treat for the audience. You can listen to the highlights of the evening at the following link:

10 Oct 2018 - CB and PB Pinning Ceremony

The Central Board and Prefect Board 2018-2019 Pinning Ceremony was successfully held on the 10th of October in the School Hall. We express our heartiest congratulations to new Head Girl Anthea Ma, Assistant Head Girl Tiffany Tsai, Head Prefect Hannah Yu, and Assistant Head Prefect Elaine Lam as new leaders of our school. We also applaud the new appointments of other members of the CB and Prefects, and wish them the best of luck with their responsibilities. .

The newly-appointed school leaders then swore their vows and expressed fervent dedication in their speeches, to serve the school and the entire Good Hope Family wholeheartedly. We look forward to work with our new leaders, and greatly anticipate the plans and activities they have in store for us.
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10 Oct 2018 - Economics Analysis Competition (語出經人經濟分析比賽)

Two groups of students from 6F participated in the economics analysis competition, 語出經人經濟分析比賽, jointly organized by EconSchool and the Hong Kong Association for Economics Education. During the summer, they worked hard on their projects titled “The Effect of the China-US Trade Dispute on Hong Kong's Economy” and “The Prospect of Hong KongProduced Pop Music” respectively. Faced with intense competition from over 90 other teams, both teams successfully entered the finals (top 10) and were thus awarded the Award of Excellence. On the day of the finals, both teams gave a well-delivered presentation on their findings and answered challenging questions from the adjudicators. At the end, Team 2 even came third. Congratulations to both teams!

8 Oct 2018 - Annual Swimming Gala

On the 8th of October, the Annual Swimming Gala was held at Kowloon Park Swimming Pool. While the competitors paddled forth with all their might, their fellow schoolmates sat in houses and cheered ecstatically to display their support. We were also thrilled to have a number of special guests and our P.6 sisters in attendance with us.

During the closing ceremony, Mr. Alex Fong, Lik-Sun, a former Olympian, gave a speech on the importance of perseverance when faced with difficulties in his swimming career. The competition results were then announced: Redwood House won the Cheering Award Champion for their impressive enthusiasm and zeal, while Pine House was crowned as the Overall Champion. Congratulations to both houses!

Through this event, students were not only able to build their team spirit among housemates, but were once again reminded of the invaluable virtue of sportsmanship. May the best house win next year!

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6 Oct 2018 - New S.1 Information Session

On 6 October 2018, keen parents and students who were interested to get more information about our school and learn how to apply for our S.1 places came to join our new S.1 Information Session.

Upon arrival, they were greeted by our friendly S.1 and S.2 Student Ambassadors. The Information Session started with presentations by Sister Pauline Yuen MIC (Supervisor), Mrs. Laura Green (Principal) and Ms. Helen Yu (Vice Principal, Academic Affairs). These focused on the mission and core values of Good Hope School, how the school nurtures students to be women leaders of tomorrow, as well as the curriculum and academic achievements of our students.

To ensure the participants had a better understanding of our school, a group of current S.1 students - together with two of our S.2 musicians, the Head Girl and Head Prefect - performed a role play showcasing their school lives and how the core values are instilled into the students through a variety of co-curricular activities and other learning experiences. Our Head Girl and Head Prefect also shared with the audience how the school has helped Good Hopers to unleash their potential to be leaders.

The Question-and-Answer Session began after Ms. Fiona Sze had explained the admission procedures to parents and students in detail. Our prospective Good Hopers were very eager to ask questions showing their interest in learning more about our school. The S.1 (2019-2020) application period is between 8 and 25 October 2018. We look forward to meeting our new Little Sisters in the coming September.

6 Oct 2018 - World Robot Olympiad (WRO) Hong Kong 2018

The newly-established Computing and Robotics Team is delighted to announce pleasing results at the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) Hong Kong 2018. The WRO is a global competition which requires participating teams to design, build and program robots to perform tasks within a time limit.

Bella Lee (5F) and Toby Chan (5F) were crowned Second Runner-up in the senior high category. In the junior high category, Kristen Chu (4D), Rachel Yip (4F) and Vivian Chan (4F) achieved the First-class Award, conferred to teams that rank within the top 30%. Congratulations to them all!


5 Oct 2018 - Positive Education Sharing at GHS

On 5 October, 67 teachers from 35 local schools arrived at our school to attend a one-day sharing session cum workshop, jointly organized by Good Hope School, La Salle College and Wofoo Foundation. The primary aim was to share the development and implementation of Positive Education in both schools.

We were very honoured that our Principal, Mrs. Laura Green, and Chairperson of Wofoo Foundation, Dr. Joseph Lee, delivered the welcoming speeches. In the morning, three teachers from our Values Education Team (VET) talked about how the rationale of Positive Education is in line with the mission of our school, and how it is implemented through a whole-school approach. Students’ work and souvenirs were showcased to the guests during the break. They were really impressed with what we had done..

In the afternoon, the VET teachers hosted a workshop to share with our guests how to reinforce one of the character strengths – hope – through different activities, including video appreciation, choosing messages of hope and making the Jar of Hope. These functions also aimed to help the teachers relax. There was a lot of fun and laughter during the process. To end the workshop, the VET led the PET dance and everyone took part blissfully.

4 Oct 2018 - Month of Rosary Bible Service

October is the Month of the Holy Rosary, which in following our school’s tradition, is a time of earnest prayer to God and Mother Mary. The Rosary puts emphasis on the Word of God and allows us to understand the in-depth meanings therein, while at the same time gives us concentration and focus with our spiritual well-being. Students and staff participated in the Rosary wholeheartedly with optimism and reverence during the morning assembly in the covered playground. The Bible Service reminded us of Mary’s blessing, protection, and influence to us all. Let us follow the benevolent example of Mother Mary throughout the year.

29 Sep 2018 - Youth Conference 2018: Fight For Girls’ Justice

Two groups of students took part in a Youth Conference organized by Plan International, a development and humanitarian organisation that advances children's rights and equality for girls. Students attended workshops in the summer and conducted research on Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt and Trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of girls in Indonesia.

We are delighted that Jasmine Tang, Michelle Choi, Ivonne Ho and Cherry Lai of 6F were crowned Champions and Breanna Ng (5D), Rainbow Wang (5D), Muthu Fathima (6A) and Lynette Wong (6D) were crowned Second Runners-up in the presentation. Lynette also won the Best Speaker Award. The most rewarding part of this programme was that students were able to reflect on issues threatening girls in developing countries through their self-directed projects.

28 Sep 2018 - Multi-faceted Excellence Scholarship 2019

Eunice Chow (Graduate of 2018) was awarded the Multi-faceted Excellence Scholarship 2019. The scholarship was launched by the Home Affairs Bureau to foster a culture of multifaceted excellence and support local universities and tertiary institutions in admitting 40 local undergraduate students who excel in sports, arts and/or community services. Eunice demonstrates a personal strength and a sense of determination well beyond her years in her capacity to balance her commitment to swimming with her school work. After graduation, she enrolled in the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) programme at the University of Hong Kong.

27 Sep 2018 - International Night

Our International Festival (22nd to 29th September) culminated in the International Night on 27th September. Delegates from our sister schools from Shanghai and The Netherlands; our local sister school Tak Oi Secondary School; and La Salle College – our partnering school for the Netherlands exchange programme – gathered together in our school. Over some mouth-watering local Chinese dishes, the exchange buddies had the chance to reconnect with our visitors and guests. Highlights of the night were the lion dance show, staged by Good Hopers, and unique performances from each of the participating schools. It was a wonderful spectacle to see different cultures mingling and interacting – long may this international celebration continue!
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26 Sep 2018 - Character Day

Bringing hope to ourselves and others is very important. Without hope, we will never be able to overcome anything in our lives. The theme for Character Day Hong Kong this year is Bring Hope. It is in line with the school theme of the previous year: Give Hope Through Kindness. To celebrate this special day, a video chosen from Let It Ripple Film Studio was shown during lunch in Our Lady’s Hall. The video explores the 3,000-year history of humans wrestling with the question of how to live life with meaning and purpose. Many students shared their thoughts after watching the video!

24 Sep 2018 - Happy International Week

Accompanied by their homestay buddies, 10 students from Sophianum (Gulpen, The Netherlands) and six from Shanghai Normal University High School (Shanghai, China) arrived at Good Hope School on the morning of 24 September, ready to start their one-week exchange programme.

On the 1st day, our friends from the Netherlands and Shanghai also joined the mid-Autumn Festival celebration with their buddies and their respective classmates during lunch. Our schoolmates shared mooncakes and other festive snacks with them.

During the week, our exchange students experienced local school life as well as joining company visits to Radio Television Hong Kong, South China Morning Post and Lee Kum Kee Hong Kong. At Lee Kum Kee, they took part in the Cooking Experience contest.

Students from both schools enjoyed the experience of making new friends and understanding more about the culture of our city.

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23 Sep 2018 - Celebration of Success Concert

To showcase the outstanding accomplishments of Good Hope Musicians, the Celebration of Success concert proudly presented their finest performance yet to the Good Hope Family. Talented musicians from the Chinese Orchestra, Symphonic Band, and Symphony Orchestra gave us an in-depth knowledge of their tour experiences and success, but most importantly, they shared heartfelt music from beloved iconic works such as Pirates of the Caribbean, which left the audience in warm satisfaction and awe.

A big round of applause should go to all musicians for their dedication and hard work, in addition to those who ensured the smooth running of the concert. As the old saying goes, “nothing worth having comes easy”, hence we wish for the continuous strive of our musicians to exceed expectations and for greater success in all their future endeavors.
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14-15, 21-22 Sep 2018 - S1 Orientation Camp

The annual S1 Orientation Camps were successfully held on the 14-15 and 21-22 of September. During these special two-day events, S1 students had a memorable time participating in numerous activities and challenges. Favourites among the students include the Blind Walk and “Mini Society”. Special instructors were also invited to help students understand and appreciate the value and gist behind these activities.

Through the camp, students were able to build skills in teamwork, trust, and leadership. They were also able to explore their talents and strengthen friendships and bonds. We hope that these unforgettable experiences will pave the way for our girls in becoming successful leaders of the future.

19 - 20 Sep 2018 - Central Board Platform 2018-2019

The election of the new Central Board has once again drawn to a delightful close. The 20 candidates, who respectively ran for positions in Activities, Administration, Promotion, and Religious Activities, were supported tremendously by waves of cheers and chants in the school hall. As the candidates stood with absolute confidence on stage, they took turns pledging their promises and expounding future plans to the school body.

Throughout the platform, candidates held their own and showcased a vast collection of strengths and talents through performing multiple challenging tasks. They all presented themselves to the audience as capable and strong aspiring leaders. Lastly, the Central Board Platform concluded with students and staff members casting their crucial votes in support of their ideal candidates.

We hope that the elected board members will continue to enrich student' school life with meaningful and fulfilling events, while at the same time bringing the Good Hope Family excitement and joy through all their efforts.

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14 Sep 2018 – Club Promotion Day

The Good Hope club and team ExCo members gave their all while hosting the Club Promotion Day, which took place in the covered playground during lunch time joined by crowds of interested students. The venue was filled with curiosity and excitement as clubs were eagerly being promoted. Teachers also took part inviting passers-by to sign up. Halfway through the event, the Dance Club graced us with two energetic performances and was rewarded by the crowd with a thunderous round of applause. Everyone had a glimpse of the wealth of co-curricular activities the school has to offer, and many expressed great enthusiasm towards the clubs and teams they've joined. We hope that these precious opportunities will shine to their fullest by our schoolmates in the coming year.
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8 Sep 2018 – Success in Science Fiction Drawing Competition

The Science Fiction Drawing Competition is an annual event which allows students to express their imaginative and creative ideas about the future through drawing. In the competition, students have the opportunity to display both their scientific knowledge and artistic skill. After winning the 20th Hong Kong Youth Science & Technology Innovation Science Competition 2017-2018 in the Science Fiction Drawing section, Amber Tang (3E), Ankie Lau and Phoebe Fong (both 3A) were selected by The Science Innovation Centre of HKNGCA to be part of the HKSAR delegation for the China Adolescent Science & Technology Innovation Contest「全國青少年科技創新大賽」. This is one of the biggest national science competitions in China. Following some outstanding performances, Amber Tang won the First Prize一等奬 (the only one from Hong Kong in the Secondary Section), Ankie Lau the Second Prize二等奬and Phoebe Fong the Third Prize三等奬. Congratulations on their success!

7 Sep 2018 – Mass of the Holy Spirit

On the bright morning of 7th September, all students and staff gathered enthusiastically to celebrate the Mass of the Holy Spirit. Father Efren Ojeda reminded us that no one is perfect and taught us at the same time to open up ourselves for what lies ahead. We hope that this inspiring mass not only can help students prepare for the upcoming challenges and difficulties, but also to avoid putting too much pressure on themselves, all the while trying to find joy through giving, which lives up to the school theme. The whole school body then took the opportunity to pray wholeheartedly for the success of the new school year.
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3 Sep 2018 – Opening Assembly and Presentation of Amy Wong Awards

After a long summer holiday, the start of a new and refreshing school year has finally arrived. Students gathered together at the primary hall to attend the School Opening Assembly. All attendees, including the teachers and staff, prayed earnestly for a joyous and fruitful year.

The assembly commenced with Sister Pauline and Mrs. Green introducing the new teachers and the school theme for this year― “Find Joy through Giving”. Invitations were extended to help people in need in order to experience true happiness. Ms. Amy Wong, a past student of the school, then gave an inspiring speech reminding everyone that miracles can be sparked even from the ordinary. She also presented the Amy Wong High Achiever Award to Cheris Lee of 6F, who scored excellent results in the 2018 HKDSE, achieving seven 5**, as well as awarding Marina Chan of 6F the Most Improved Student award for her efforts. The Good Hope Family is proud of their remarkable achievements. We extend to them our heartiest congratulations and may we also see much success in all we do.

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30 Aug 2018 – Creating a Flourishing School Environment through Positive Education

Supporting mental health and wellbeing is a key part of Positive Education, which is of the utmost importance to our school. A whole-day workshop about contextual wellbeing was therefore arranged for all teachers on 30 August, to facilitate the building of an equitable, inclusive and cohesive learning environment.

The workshop was conducted by Dr Helen Street, co-creator of the Positive Schools Initiative. Dr Street has extensively advocated youth mental health since 1999 and is the author of several books about mental health and wellbeing. The first part of the workshop introduced the idea of contextual wellbeing, supported by activities and discussions. Teachers were given an insight into the importance of social influence and context, intrinsic motivation and strengthening resilience.

After learning from the morning session, teachers were grouped together to share their ideas on how to create a healthy learning environment. Through Positive Education, we work towards the same goal of turning Good Hope into a model positive school and to support all Good Hopers to thrive.

26 Aug 2018 - Unleashing Leadership Potential via AdventureShip

Leadership comes from your actions, not your post or position. Being a leader requires training and experience for one to be fully prepared. To help with this, incoming student leaders from the Central Board, Prefect Board, Houses and Clubs joined a Leadership Training Camp (“AdventureShip”) from the 25 to 26 August, aiming to develop our students’ leadership skills and unleash them leadership potential.

Students took part in various survival-in-sea training exercises, like sea jumping, walking along a plank to touch a paper hanging over the water, climbing around the edge of the ship with nothing to hold but their friends’ hands, swimming to a beach as if they had to abandon the ship in an accident, watching over the security of the ship at night and many more. In addition, preparing meals for more than 40 people was not a simple task to them. All these activities required their perseverance, courage and most importantly their trust in and collaboration with others.

Following this experience, our student leaders are now prepared to take up the responsibilities of serving the school and helping one another in their teams. Long-lasting memories from the training were engraved on their hearts. The two-day experiences definitely help them to take up their roles at school, and beyond, in the future.

25 Aug 2018 - New S1 Parents' Day

The new school year is underway.  To help Secondary 1 students transition well to their new school life, the school invited all new parents to a Parents’ Day on 25 August.

The day started with a sharing by Mrs. Josephine Ling, founder of the non-profit organisation “Hong Kong Character City Movement”, which focuses on the importance of character formation and development. Her personal story was shared in the RTHK program "Stress between Parents and their Children" and she was recognised as one of the "Outstanding Parents in 2012".  During her talk, she gave some very practical and useful tips to the new group of parents about how to strengthen their children's character formation and resilience through effective communication. With the sharing over, parents were arranged into small groups to discuss the issues related to adapting to life at Good Hope and what the parents should do to help.

After the sharing and discussion in the morning session, parents met their daughters' Class Teachers and Foster Parents for the first time and learned more about the arrangements for the first month of school. At the end of the day, Catholic families gathered to gain an insight into the religious side of the school, from getting to know the Religious Education and Catholic teachers to learning about the religious activities held in school.

16 Aug 2018 - Bronze Award in 2018 China Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad

It is our great pleasure to inform you that Karina Chu of 6F (3rd from the left in the photo) was chosen to represent Hong Kong in the 2018 China Girls' Mathematical Olympiad (CGMO) held in Chengdu. The contest comprised 148 contestants from Hong Kong, Macau, Russia, Singapore and a number of different provinces in Mainland China. This year, the Hong Kong Team won a total of 3 Silver and 5 Bronze medals. Karina was awarded a Bronze medal. Please join us in congratulating Karina for her outstanding achievement at this event.

July 2018 - Chinese Orchestra Austria Slovakia Music Tour

In mid July, the Good Hope School Chinese Orchestra represented Hong Kong by performing at the Opening Ceremony of the Austrian-Chinese Profound Arts Festival (ACPAF). Following the Ceremony, the Orchestra was ratified as the first Chinese Orchestra ever to perform on the famous stage of the Größe Saal. Moreover, one of the Orchestra leaders, Michelle Lee, has been appointed as the 1st Austrian-Chinese Arts Ambassador in Hong Kong. She is to facilitate the ongoing arts, music and culture exchange between the two countries.

In addition to performances with Chinese instruments, the Orchestra also collaborated with professional musicians from Austria to perform fusion music together. A piece of Chinese dance music was played to impressive effect. Other than performing, the Orchestra members also conducted a workshop to introduce Chinese instruments to local musicians. After the workshop, some Austrian musicians were even able to perform a simple piece with the Chinese instruments. The students had achieved their aim of sharing their music culture with their new friends from Austria. The Festival was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience!


The 2nd 3D stop motion animation design competition

Best Shooting Award

SCMP Student of the Year Award

1st runner-up of the Linguist (Cantonese) category

Performing Artists

Performing Artists


Community Contributor

Science and Mathematics

HKCC Business Excellence Contest 2018-2019

Judges Commendation Award

Inter-School Tennis Competition 2018-2019

Third Place in Division One

Shaping Our Future City 2019

Champion and Best Poster Award

EDB Business-School Partnership Programme

Outstanding Activities Report Award

Asian Youth Championship

Silver Medal - High Jump
New Hong Kong Record in Medley Relay



The 12th Inter-Gavel Club and Youth Leadership Programme English Public Speaking Contest 2017

First Place

English Public Speaking Contest with C&MA Sun Kei Secondary School

First Place

Make Our Seas Come BLUE Eco-arts Parade

Group 3&4
Group 1&2

Secondary School Distinguished Artwork Exhibition 2017





HKFYG Standard Chartered English Public Speaking Contest

Third Place Award

Hong Kong Flower Show 2017- Student drawing Competition

Second Runner Up

Pinkart Gallery – Students’ Visual Arts Drawing and Painting Competition 2017

Overall Champion



69th Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival (English Speech)

First Place
Second Place
Third Place





18th International Meeting of Juvenile Art 2017

Second Place

The HKSAR Outstanding Students Selection

Top ten outstanding students

The 15th CILTHK Essay Competition

First runner up

Canon Photo Marathon 2017

Merit award

Media 21 Annual Campus Video Competition

Outstanding Drama Group

Healthy Comic Strip Contest 2016/17


International Junior Science Olympiad 2017 Hong Kong Screening

2nd Class Honour
3rd Class Honour

Xu Beihong Cup International Arts Competition 2017

First Class Award



Hong Kong Girl Guides Association – Chief Commissioner’s Guide Award

HKSSF Table Tennis Competition (Division One) Girls A Grade