Easter Games Day (Saturday, 8th April, 2017)
K.3 Gradation Trip (Monday, 10th April, 2017)
Ching Ming Festival Holiday (Tuesday, 4th April, 2017)
Easter Holidays (12th - 18th April, 2017)
|11th : Video Storytelling Competition Awards Ceremony
Saturday marked our second annual Video Story-telling Competition Award Ceremony. In addition to the awards, we also screened each video. As the entries started to pour in, we knew that the competition was going to be excellent. There were many high quality videos entered into the competition, and everyone worked so hard on their entries. The contestants and their families came into the school greeted by an Avenue of Stars. Every contestant who entered a video got a star because they are all stars to us. We also took glamour photos of the stars and their families. We hope you enjoy the photos, and look forward to seeing the videos in our next parent teacher interview waiting room!
|K.1 students visited Lai Chi Kok Park|
|Flower Pot Design Competition
|21st : Lunar New Year Fun Day
“Kung Hei Fat Choi!” Parents and the children of Delia Kindergarten celebrated Lunar New Year on Saturday, 21st January 2017. The event started off with grand opening of the Lion Dance symbolizing abundant prosperity for the New Year to all our spectators. We would like to thank Mr. Unrau, Miss Wendy and Mr. Yeung for their brilliant performance! Visitors poured into our vicinity thrilled at the welcoming decorations set before them at our school entrance. Much of the fun was yet to be discovered inside.
The Leaping Rooster (Hopsctotch), the Wishing Tree and the Lion Dance were one of many games enjoyed by our students and their parents. Mr. U brought the Lion Dance’s story to life, by enacting the features and the legend of the lion to a grand audience. The story room was always packed with people. Let’s not forget the Blessing food section where it was almost a full house throughout the timeline of the event. Delicate yet delicious Idlis (an Indian delight), sticky yet richly sweet Biko (a Philippine delight) and the crispy sugary Chinese maltose crackers were served. You would constantly see people coming back to the stalls for more! It was the best Chinese New Year Event yet!
We wish you peace, happiness, prosperity, and luck for the Year of the Rooster.
|21st Chirstmas Fun Day
Merry Christmas! To welcome the joyous holiday spirit, Delia Kindergarten students enjoyed the festivities of the season on 21st December, 2016. On behalf of Mr. Santa clause, Miss Elf (Santa’s Little Helper) distributed the gifts to our students. Mr. Santa also sent Mr. Patrick the magician to bedazzle the students with his magic tricks. It was a magical day indeed.
|Christmas Ornament Design Competition
We would like to congratulate the winners of the Ornament Design Competition. We commend them for the hard work and dedication they put into making excellent Christmas masterpieces.
|Joint Parent-Child Photo Taking Competition
18th : English Rhyme Competition
|3rd : Health Talk about Home Safety organized by EMSD|
|31st : Halloween Fun Day
Delia Kindergarten Students & Parents had loads of fun during the Halloween Party. Parents got creative with their costumes and made sure their children were looking their best for the celebration. They enjoy exciting Halloween games, exotic Halloween snack and had a trick or treat adventure around the school.
|31st : Parent-Child Halloween Costumes and Make-up Contest
|24th : Greening in Mei Foo
Delia Kindergarten is very proud to present two of our students: Choi Ho Chit K.2B Tse Wan Man K.3G for winning Merit Award in the preceding “Greening in Mei Foo” Colouring Competition held in September 2016.This contest not only benefits our winners with external experience, but it will also broaden their perspective in the opportunities yet to come. We would like to congratulate them once again for their accomplishment!
|14th : Mid-Autumn Festival / Birthday Party
The Mid-Autumn Festival fun day was coupled with our bi-monthly birthday party to make an exciting and joyful day for everyone. The party started with a retelling of the Ho Yi story. After the story, some lucky students were picked to re-enact the story. Ten students dressed as suns, and Ho Yi used his magic arrows to shoot down 9 of the suns. The students reenacted the whole story, and the audience participated too. After the story, some students went to their classroom to make play dough mooncakes, some had their snack time festival fruit and cake, and some stayed in the main hall for a lantern party. The classes switched their activities and of course everyone got a birthday picture with their homeroom teacher. As always, it was nice to see the kids in casual clothing and some in traditional dress!
|Joint Parent-Child Mid-Autumn Festival Design Competition