Few takers as St Paul’s Secondary School in Hong Kong opens doors for Form Six pupils to take farewell photos in olive branch after furore

//Few takers as St Paul’s Secondary School in Hong Kong opens doors for Form Six pupils to take farewell photos in olive branch after furore

Few takers as St Paul’s Secondary School in Hong Kong opens doors for Form Six pupils to take farewell photos in olive branch after furore

Graduating Form Six pupils of an elite girls’ school in Hong Kong have snubbed an open-day event meant as a conciliatory gesture by management after teachers called police on students taking farewell photos last week.Part of St Paul’s Secondary School in Happy Valley was opened between 3pm and 5pm on Friday for all Form Six pupils to take memorable campus photos. However, none of the dozens of girls going in and out of the school gates within the two hours identified themselves as one of the…

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By | 2019-03-08T11:07:25+00:00 March 8th, 2019|Education|Comments Off on Few takers as St Paul’s Secondary School in Hong Kong opens doors for Form Six pupils to take farewell photos in olive branch after furore