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A warm greeting to all sixth-graders! With just months to go before graduation, are you looking forward to the big day full of expectation for the future? Or perhaps you’re feeling a tinge of nervousness, already missing your primary school life?
Before you make the big leap, our Education Programme tutors have a special farewell gift prepared for you – a journey of Chinese cultural learning that will broaden your horizons, inspire future directions while fostering a culture of gratitude so that you may one day return to your alma maters (from Latin, meaning ‘nurturing mothers’) and pass the torch of love and sharing.

 

A Chronicle of Activities

"Back to Alma Maters" Sharing Session at Christian Alliance H.C.Chan Primary School
16-02-2015

Besides our tutors' alma maters, "Back to Alma Maters" would also visit other schools. Recently we held a session at the Christian Alliance H.C.Chan Primary School sharing the delight about learning the Chinese culture. Through telling different stories of the Palace, the Forbidden City was revealed in various perspectives, and therefore explored the relationships between the Chinese culture and different academic disciplines.

With just months to go before graduation, the P6 students will encounter more academic disciplines in the future. Different knowledge in different disciplines does gear up students to grow and find their own interests.  We expect the students, along with enthusiasm in learning, will go back to their alma maters, not only to share the learning experience of the Chinese culture and but also to give thanks to their mentors.


Miss Chan Sau-chun, the teacher of the Christian Alliance H.C.Chan Primary School, (the 4th from left) was presenting a flag to the education team.
Miss Chan Sau-chun, the teacher of the Christian Alliance H.C.Chan Primary School, (the 4th from left) was presenting a flag to the education team.

<p>An ordinary object could be very interesting and insightful in terms of cultural aspect, waiting for us to explore it in details.</p>

An ordinary object could be very interesting and insightful in terms of cultural aspect, waiting for us to explore it in details.



Miss Chan Sau-chun, the teacher of the Christian Alliance H.C.Chan Primary School mentioned that in order to let students learn the traditional culture in a relaxing mood, the school keeps holding different kinds of Chinese culture promotion activities.
Miss Chan Sau-chun, the teacher of the Christian Alliance H.C.Chan Primary School mentioned that in order to let students learn the traditional culture in a relaxing mood, the school keeps holding different kinds of Chinese culture promotion activities.



“Back to Alma Mater”Talk Series: Kam Tin Mung Yeung Public School
30-03-2013

After holding about 2000 workshops in Hong Kong, tutors of We All Live in The Forbidden City went to Beijing, presenting two experience courses to kids in the Poplar Kid's Republic Book Store and One Way Street book store. The content of the experience courses came from The Best Palace and lasted about one hour. Although it was the final exam time for primary school in Beijing, there were still many kids, who were accompanied by parents participated in the course.


Principal, Ms. Yeung Kam-ying (centre) and teacher, Miss Lee Yee-man (far right), photographed with the Education Team.
Principal, Ms. Yeung Kam-ying (centre) and teacher, Miss Lee Yee-man (far right), photographed with the Education Team.