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Fruittie Veggies Bites Programme
The Fruittie Veggies Bites programme was implemented by the Health Education Department to encourage pupils to include fruits and vegetables in their daily diet. The primary aim of this programme is to impart healthy eating habits such as the consumption of fruits and vegetables from young.
Anti-Drug Ambassador Activity
The Anti-Drug Ambassador Activity will be conducted from July to Sep, in collaboration with Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB), with the support of the Ministry of Education (MOE). This programme is targeted at Primary 4 and 5 students only. They will gain a greater understanding of the dangers and consequences of drug abuse and why it is important for them to lead a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.
The school organises Myopia Week which aims to prevent and reduce myopia progression as well as to delay the onset of myopia in pupils. Various activities are carried out during the week to raise their awareness on the importance of taking care of their eyes and promote healthy eye care habits.
Health Exhibitions & Talks
The school organises exhibitions and talks by external vendors on different health messages to raise pupils' awareness on healthy eating and living. At the end of each exhibition and talk, quizzes are conducted for the pupils.