Health Education 2017-2018

Health Education 2017-2018

1. Workshop for teachers
2. Believe yourselves for S1
3. Appreciation and support for S2
4. Zentangle workshop for S3
5. Mental Health First Aid Certificate Training Course for S4
6. Knowing about Depression Talk for S5
7. Hope Slogans Competition
8. Assembly Talks to S1-S5


Understanding mood problems workshop for teachers

Date: 28-9-2017
Speaker: Mental Health Association of HK
Content: Understanding mood problems of students and early identification and treatment.



Staff Development Day – Relaxation by Mindfulness

Date: 21-9-2017
Venue: Jao Tsung-I Academy




S1: Believe yourselves


l September 25, 2017

l During form assembly


(Before the form assembly)

Guidance member to prepare

1. Tape and scissors (1 set per class)

2. Strengths and weaknesses cards

3. Prizes


(During the form assembly)

Guidance member to present

1. Show the PPT with video

2. Explain why it is important to know one’s own strengths and weaknesses

3. Explain that the class teachers will look for cards with good answers. Students with good cards can get prizes.


(During the class teacher period)

S1 Class teachers

1. Distribute the cards to the students

2. Help students fill in the cards

3. Tell students to stick the cards on their desks with tape

4. Good cards will receive prizes

Believe yourselves cards


S2: Appreciation and support

1. Gratitude KING & QUEEN / Mr & Ms. Gratitude


Step 1:

When students write thank you to cards to three different students, we can collect them first and award gratitude king/queen based on the number of times they were thanked. E.g., if student A got the most number of thank you cards, they win the title.

Step 2:

In the form morning assembly, we can present the award to the gratitude king & queen of each class.

2. Who’s thankful for that?


Step 1:

On a small piece of paper, each student writes down one thing they are grateful for in their life. NOT A THANK YOU TO SOMEONE SPECIFIC. They also have to write down their name on the paper and then fold it.

Step 2:

Teacher/helper collects all FOLDED papers in a box/bag.

Step 3:

Different students take turns to draw out a paper and read the STATEMENT. OTHER students raise their hand to guess who that statement/paper belongs to, who could be grateful for such a thing.


Students who can guess the name right may get a small gift.

3. PowerPoint presentation on “Strategies to be more grateful in your every day life”

Thank you card

S3 Zentangle Workshop for Mindfulness

Date: 9 – 13 October, 2017
The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.

Anyone can create beautiful images from repetitive patterns. It is easy to learn and easy to do.

And even though it is a specified series of steps, it results in a creative expression that transcends its own rules.


Simple and quick access to mindfulness
Non-verbal journalling
Insomnia (Improved sleep by creating Zentangle art before bedtime)
Panic attacks (For fear of flying, creating Zentangle art during takeoff and landing)
Modify behavior
Being part of a supportive and fun community
Create beautiful works of art
Nurture and develop creative abilities
Stretching and warm-up for artists

elieve stress
Improve eye/hand coordination
Develop/rehabilitate fine motor skills
Team building and group focus
Anger management
Addiction therapy tool
Diet aide
Early artist development and appreciation
Increase attention span and ability to concentrate
Home schooling
Problem Solving
Design inspiration



S4: Mental Health First Aid Certificate Training Course (camp handbook)



S5: Knowing about Depression Talk

Date: 19/10/2017
Speaker: Hospital Authority



S6: Hope Slogans Compeition




Name of Students


‘Things may seem hard, confusing and stressful but in the future it will be easy, clear and successful.’

Remza (6A/32)


H stands for ‘Holding on’,

O stands for ‘Opportunity’,

P stands for ‘Positivity’ and

E stands for ‘Endurance’.

If we are able to hold on and endure all the obstacles and adversities in life, and continue to remain positive, there sure will be an opportunity for all of us with the help of ‘HOPE’.

Pamela (6B/1)


Hope works like a lighted candle in darkness. It leads us to our goal.

Hufsah (6B/22)


Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise.

Nouman (6C/20)


When you’re at your limit, pass over it. There’s no problem you can’t solve and believe in yourself that you can do much more.

Kristina (6A/28)


Failure is just the first step, success comes after it and giving up is not an option.

Raheel (6A/34)


You lose the moment you give up on yourself.

Bidip (6D/18)


Hope is a positive carrier in our lives that helps you achieve amazing feats.

Asmita (6B/3)


Never lose hope, without hope it’s like searching for a silver of light in complete darkness.

Asmita (6B/3)


Hope is our daily reminder to work hard in achieving our goal that we’re struggled for.

Asmita (6B/3)


We struggle because we cling onto hope, that after the hardship we’ll get stronger.

Asmita (6B/3)


‘Swim through the strongest waves, and you can find the shore.’

Hanna Joyce (6A/13)


Life is like a hurdle race, you can either smart and jump over the hurdles or be strong enough kick it down.

Glennele (6C/5)


The worst things always happen to the best people, but that doesn’t mean that they do not deserve the good things – it just takes time to reach them.

Irsalan (6C/26)


Have Optimism.

So, Pessimism Exits.

Charlene Tam (6B/27)


It’s part of the human experience to lose hope. Don’t be afraid and know that there will always be light at the end of the tunnel.

Paolo (6B/5)


As Long As You Got Hope, You Will Achieve Your Goal.

Kainaat (6C/4)