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School Programmes

 

I. Field Trips to Local Urban Military Relics

 
Central Route
 
Based on the themes of the colonial defence system, the two World Wars and the Japanese occupation, the Central route will bring you to the checkpoints related to the military stories in Central, such as the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware, Battery Path and St John's Catherdral, the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank Building, the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal (The Old Supreme Court), the Cenotaph and City Hall.
 
Meeting Place       : Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
Dismissal Place    : City Hall 
Target                   : S.1-S.6

Date                      : 7/3, 4/4, 9/5, 6/6, 4/7, 3/10, 7/11, 5/12 (Thur)
Time                      : 10am-11:30am
Language              : Cantonese
Quota                    : 30 students per session on a school basis, one session for each month
Date of Enrolment : 15/2 (Field trips of March to July)  / 1/9 (Field Trips of Oct to Dec)
First come, first served
 
Tsim Sha Tsui Route
 
The Tsim Sha Tsui route will focus on the former Whitfield Barracks in Kowloon Park to study the layout of the defence system in Kowloon in the mid-19th century. You will get a better understanding of the history and military significance of the site.
 
Meeting Place       : Health Education Exhibition and Resources Centre, Kowloon Park
Dismissal Place    : Canton Road Playground
Target                   : S.1-S.6
Date                      : 28/3, 11/4, 30/5, 27/6, 11/7, 24/10, 21/11, 12/12 (Thur)
Time                      : 10am-11:30am
Language              : Cantonese
Quota                    : 30 students per session on a school basis, one session for each month
Date of Enrolment : 15/2 (Field trips of March to July)  / 1/9 (Field Trips of Oct to Dec)
First come, first served
 
If interested, please contact us at 2569 1248 for reservation during office hours. 
 

II. Experiencing Hard Life during the Japanese Occupation

During the Japanese occupation, the Japanese military ruled Hong Kong in a high-handed way, totally disregarding the lives of the Hong Kong People. The Japanese commandeered supplies and made the military notes the only legal tender. The locals led extremely difficult lives, facing a constant shortage of food and daily necessities. Our staff will go to the schools to deliver the programme. Through role plays and interactive games, the student-participants will get a better understanding of the miserable life of the Hong Kong people during the time.

Target                   : P.4-S.3
Date                      : 13/3, 20/3, 3/4, 10/4, 15/5, 22/5, 5/6, 26/6, 3/7, 25/9,16/10, 30/10, 13/11, 27/11, 
                                4/12, 11/12 (Wed)
Time                      : One hour per session, time to be confirmed with the applicat.
Quota                    : 30 students for each session on a school basis. Each school can apply for a maximum of two sessions per day. 
Date of Enrolment : 15/2 (Activities of March to July)  / 1/9 (Activities of Sep to Dec)
First come, first served

If interested, please contact us at 2569 1248 for reservation during office hours.