- Sharing by athlete Mr. Brian Yeung, “Sports as a hobby and a profession, how it helped with my personal growth”Sat, Nov 07Diocesan Boys’ School Primary Division, Argyle Street, Kadoorie Hill, Hong Kong
- "Journey to Seven Gold Medals” by Ms. Alison Chui-Yee Yu (余翠怡小姐)Sat, Oct 31Diocesan Boys’ School Primary Division, Argyle Street, Kadoorie Hill, Hong KongOct 31, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AMDiocesan Boys’ School Primary Division, Argyle Street, Kadoorie Hill, Hong KongMs. Alison Yu, a seven-time gold medalist at the Paralympic Games, came to our school to speak to our parents and students about her journey from bone cancer patient to fencing queen on the world stage.
- Open House and Chinese New Year Fair 2018/19Sun, Jan 27Diocesan Boys’ School Primary Division, Argyle Street, Kadoorie Hill, Hong KongJan 27, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PMDiocesan Boys’ School Primary Division, Argyle Street, Kadoorie Hill, Hong KongThe School Open House and Chinese New Year Fair will be held on Sunday, 27 January 2019. Parents, students and visitors are cordially invited to visit the School. Classroom displays and student performances will be organized from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. All are welcome!
- Parents’ Seminar “This is the Me Me Me Generation” by Professor Joseph Jao-Yiu Sung (沈祖堯教授)Sat, Jan 26Yip Kit Chuen Concert HallJan 26, 2019, 2:30 PM – 4:00 PMYip Kit Chuen Concert Hall, Diocesan Boys’ School, Argyle Street, Kadoorie Hill, Hong KongTime Magazine chose “The Me Me Me Generation” as its cover story in May 2013. As we try to boost the self-esteem of our children, do we accidentally make them more prone to narcissism and self-centredness? We are very honoured to have Prof. Joseph Jao-Yiu Sung to share his insights on this topic.
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Welcome to DBSPTA-PD
I hope all of you are well amidst the pandemic. With all the chaos and uncertainties around us, 2019/2020 was a year many would like to forget. For us at the PTA, despite our best efforts, we fell far short of what we set out to achieve for the year.
However, despite these challenging circumstances, there were some important highlights. In these times of need, the Community Service Sub-Committee together with some of our boys, parents and teachers made an extra effort in reaching out to the under-privileged community. Our Traffic and Lunch Sub-Committees actively managed the service provider relationships during the suspension to protect and enhance our parents’ interests. We also inserted new elements to our program, like the G1 parent sharing session to help new parents acclimatize to the DBS environment, especially during the learn-from-home period. You will read more about these in the following pages.
The past few months have reminded us the importance of humility. In the face of adversity, we must continue to innovate and adapt. While we hope the worst is behind us, we are committed to be better prepared if misfortune strikes again.
I would like to extend my wholehearted gratitude to Ms Lo and the School, our parent volunteers, parent members and the PTA Executive Committee for your support, understanding and patience.
Lastly, I wish you all a year with an abundance of resolve, fortitude and positivity.
Mr. Joseph Wan