It's not quite as impressive as the Lions Club International Pavilion that can be found at Victoria Peak as seen in Bloodsportbut I guess Shatin Peak as it is often called by my local friends offers a pretty good panorama of the valley formerly a sea inlet with the added benefit that hardly anyone goes there. This particular pavilion looks as though it was originally constructed in and I do remember reading somewhere I think it was in one of Tim Hamlett's former columns in the SCMP that it was built during the construction of Shatin new Town so that the public could have a nice view of the construction works. However, that may just be a figment of my imagination.
However, on Wednesdays, school ends after Period 4 movement time. Uniform All students in Years 7 to 11 are required to purchase and wear the issued school uniform. Uniforms are generally school-specific in terms of colour and style. Students in the senior school Years 12 and 13 are allowed to wear casual clothing.
Sha Tin College uniforms consist of a standard white button-up shirt with the school logo emblazoned on the left-chest pocket. Boys are expected to wear the straight-legged navy trousers while girls have the option of navy trousers or skorts. No tie is required but the uniform also includes a navy jumper, fleece, scarf and P.
Students are required to wear black leather shoes, while trainers are not allowed. The PE uniform consists of a plain house colour shirt with your house name sewn on the sides of the sleeve.
The pants are navy blue with a school logo on the back pocket. Sports Sports facilities include a swimming pool, a multi-purpose sports hall with badminton, basketball and volleyball courts as well as climbing facilities and an astro-turf.
Additional activities such as canoeingrowing and hiking are available to students during CAS Week and camp, while many existing extracurricular activities offer golf or other sports. Students are expected to run up and back down the hill, circle around Mui Wo Circuit, a neighbouring residential area, with students in middle and senior school needing to run back up and down the hill again, finishing at the gates of the school.
Basketball has been a long-standing tradition of Sha Tin College. The school is often regarded as the best ESF school at basketball.
Competitions are held at both the inter-house level and at the inter-school level. A-Grade boys have consistently beaten all other ESF schools in recent years. Both girls and boys teams also participate in local league games, A-Grade boys being the champions. Football used to be popularly played on the main netball court before class, during long break, lunch hour and after school.
However, as the population density increased in the school and the space was limited, it has been disallowed due to safety issues.
Now it is more often played on the roof of the hall and the sports hall with astro-turf. The school has much talent in this area, but due to the lack of facilities the team does not train very often. Badminton is quite a popular choice for students during their selection of activities for P.
However, it was not held in or Field Hockey is a popular sport played at Sha Tin College. It has teams for both senior and junior boys and girls.
It also contains many students that are currently playing for Hong Kong development squads. Fencing is played by some people at Shatin College, at a club in Jubilee plaza.
The team is very successful, as they have won many titles in the interschool tournaments. Swimming is another popular sport at Sha Tin College.
The Sha Tin College swim team has competed many years in both local and international inter-school swim meets, and have made many notable achievements. Track and Field has a long tradition in the school, and the school team produces good results in inter-school athletics competitions every year.
Tennis is played by some students and they have participated in the HKSSF New Territories tournament a number of times, winning every single time.The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a top Hong Kong university with strong research emphasis. The university aims to bring together China and the West.
@ Shatin College. Date Theme Photo; 13 May (6A) & 20 May (6S) Shatin College Visit. Languages Fortnight.
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Sha Tin College (Chinese: 沙田學院, Abbreviated: STC) is a co-educational international secondary school in Hong Kong and a member of the English Schools Foundation. Established in as the Shatin Annexe based in the campus of KGV School in Kowloon Tong, the school relocated to 3 Lai Wo Lane, Fo Tan in , adopting its present name.
. Sha Tin College is a fully laptop school.
Years operate on a single model laptop, which is school-supported. Years bring their own device, which must meet the school's minimum specifications.
Lions Club International Pavilion, Shatin Another quickie, this time we head over to Shatin to look at the Lions Club International Pavilion that sits on a hillside above the MTR East Rail station. The bus then heads up into Fo Tan to catch the Sui Wo Road past Shatin College and up to Ville De Jardin.