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Two-fold Increase in Green School Projects


The total number of schools participated in the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD)'s Green School Projects Scheme has increased by more than two folds since its introduction in 2000.

Speaking at the prize presentation ceremony, the Assistant Director of Leisure and Cultural Services, Mr Eddy Yau said: " The Scheme has been well-received by teachers and students as the number of participating schools has risen from 316 in 2000 to 665 in 2002, a more than double increase in two years."

The "Green School Project Scheme" is one of the LCSD's major campaigns to promote greening amongst youths. Its objective is to enhance green consciousness and understanding among students by providing cash subsidies to schools to plant more trees and flowers in campuses and to organise more green activities. Outstanding projects are selected and commended through the "Green School Project Awards" Scheme.

Pleased to see the Scheme becoming more and more popular among schools, Mr Yau said:" It is particularly impressive to find the green school projects to be of very high standard. Both teachers and students are working very hard to make campus environment greener and more beautiful."

Fifty-four primary and secondary schools and kindergartens were awarded at the "2002 Green School Project Award" prize presentation ceremony today (February 15) in recognition of their outstanding green school projects and their contribution to the Green Hong Kong Campaign.

Mr Yau said that the LCSD endeavoured to build Hong Kong into a green metropolis not only by implementing large-scale planting and beautification schemes each year, but also by organising educational and community activities from time to time to promote green culture.

Other officiating guests at the prize presentation ceremony included Principal Assistant Secretary for Education and Manpower, Mr Ma Siu-leung and the Honorary President of the Institute of Horticulture, Hong Kong, Mr Stephen Lee Man-yick.

Results of the "2002 Green School Project Award" are as follows:

Large Garden Plot Display Section (Secondary School Category)


Champion: Confucius Hall Middle School

1st Runner-up: Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School

2nd Runner-up: Yan Chai Hospital Lan Chi Pat Memorial Secondary School

Merit Award: Kiangsu-Chekiang College (Shatin)

Pok Oi Hospital Chan Kai Memorial College

Yan Chai Hospital Wong Wah San Secondary School

Small Garden Plot Display Section (Secondary School Category)


Champion: De La Salle Secondary School, N.T.

1st Runner-up: Tang Shiu Kin Victoria Govt. Secondary School

2nd Runner-up: T.W.G.Hs Li Ka Shing College

Merit Award: The Church of Christ in China Kei Chi Secondary School

Pope Paul VI College

Chan Shu Kui Memorial School

Large Garden Plot Display Section (Primary School Category)


Champion: AD & FD of Pohl Leung Sing Tak School

1st Runner-up: Haven of Hope Sunnyside School

2nd Runner-up: Pentecostal Gin Mao Sheng Primary School

Wan Chai School

Merit Award: Confucius Hall Primary School

Hong Kong School For the Deaf

Queen Elizabeth School Old Students' Association Branch Primary School

Small Garden Plot Display Section (Primary School Category)


Champion: Baptist (Sha Tin Wai) Lui Ming Choi Primary School

1st Runner-up: Lok Wah Catholic Primary School

2nd Runner-up: Tai Po Public School (A.M.)

Merit Award: S.K.H. St John's Primary School

Stewards Pooi Yin Primary School

Chi Ching School

Container Plant Display Section (Secondary School Category)


Champion: Hong Chi Morninghill School, Tuen Mun

1st Runner-up: Sai Kung Sung Tsun Catholic Secondary School

2nd Runner-up: Po Leung Kuk C.W.Chu College

Merit Award: Fukien Secondary School (Siu Sai Wan)

SKH Kei Hau Secondary School

Society of Boy's Centres Hui Chung Sing Memorial School

Container Plant Display Section (Primary School Category)


Champion: Tan Chuk Hang Public School

1st Runner-up: Ha Tsuen Heung Pak Nai Public School

2nd Runner-up: S.K.H. Fung Kei Primary School

Merit Award: The Church of Christ in China Kei Tsz Primary School

S.K.H. Fung Kei Millennium Primary School

Tai Po Public School (A.M.)

Heep Yunn Primary School

Container Plant Display Section (Kindergarten Category)


Champion: The Church of Christ in China Sheung Shui Church Kindergarten

1st Runner-up: Tai Ping Kindergarten

2nd Runner-up: Buddhist Sik Tat Kindergarten

Merit Award: Regina Coeli Anglo-Chinese Kindergarten

Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Lai Tang Yuen Kaw Kindergarten

King Lam Catholic Kindergarten

Garden Plot Display Section (Kindergarten Category)


Champion: T.W.G.Hs Chan King Har Kindergarten

1st Runner-up: S.K.H. Crown of Thorns Church Kindergarten

2nd Runner-up: The True Light Middle School of Hong Kong Kindergarten

Merit Award: Hong Kong Christian Service Kwun Tong Day Care Centre

Po Leung Kuk Mrs. Chao King Lin Kindergarten

Vichy Kindergarten

Tree Planting Section


Champion: Munsang College (HK Island)

1st Runner-up: Fung Kai No. 1 Secondary School

2nd Runner-up: Diocesan Boy's School

Merit Award: Tung Koon School

Fukien Secondary School (Siu Sai Wan)

NLSI Peace Evangelical Secondary School

End/Saturday, February 15, 2003

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