Halloween Celebratier at CUHK FAA Thomas Cheung Secondary

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Halloween Celebratier at CUHK FAA Thomas Cheung Secondary
Halloween Celebratier at CUHK FAA Thomas Cheung Secondary School
In October, two weeks before the Uniform Test, a number of activities were held at
school in celebration of the Halloween.
To create a carnival-like
atmosphere, the campus was
adorned with funky images of
the principal and teachers who
were shown as Halloween
figures in different spooky
backgrounds.
During lunch, game booths
designed by students were
opened in the school hall.
Many students were attracted
by the language games for they
knew that they could not only redeem prizes later with the stamps they received by
finishing a game, but also learn English in an interesting way.
The principal, English teachers and English ambassadors dressed up in Halloween
costumes were as popular as pop stars since they carried a bucket of candies as treats
for students who conversed with them in English.
One of the highlights of the
programme was the scary
story telling time in a morning
assembly. The scripts of
students who won the
Halloween Story Writing
Competition were broadcasted.
The works fully displayed the
creativity of the winners and
demonstrated to other students
that Halloween stories should
of course be horrifying, yet
they can be inspirational too.
Halloween, to TCSS students,
is definitely less-than-terrifying but hilarious and educational.

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