-Respect! Excellence! Friendship! - Youth Olympic Games...
- Responsibility, Resilience, Respect, Integrity & Compassion & Excellence- Hong Wen School's Values
---You must celebrate victory but with moderation and don't forget your responsibilities. We are sportsmen and we want to reach out for the World Cup. We should not be bragging and too conceited, let's just play the next match."- Bosque, Spain's manager, on his Spanish team's World Cup's semi-final triumph against Germany
---If you get knocked down, get up again!
-Shaking hands after a match mutually shows that you are respecting each other! Let's give our friends a friendship five!
Monday, February 2, 2015
Primary 6 2015 Mixed Badminton Inter-House Games
Please register via this link, http://goo.gl/Qx9tVV
for the P6 2015 Mixed Badminton Inter-House Games.
The theme for the mixed badminton games is Smash cigarettes out of our life!
ii) There is no limit to the number of team each house may submit. For example, if Blue House submits three teams, their team names will be changed to Blue House 1 and Blue House 2 etc
One player must be a male and the other a female from the same level but they do not need to be from the same class.
iii) Each registration will be awarded ten points towards the overall house points.
iv) If you are punished by your teacher for any reason and held back during recess, ie not submitting your homework, not paying attention in class etc, you will not be allowed to represent your house for that game and your team mate will have to forfeit the game.
v) These will be self-refereeing games. Each team has to abide by all rules and settle disputes among themselves. They may consult the PE teachers if they wish to clarify certain matters but the final decisions are to be made by the two teams.
vi) Each game will be won by the first mixed doubles team to reach 7 points.
vii) All equipment will be provided. You are not allowed to use your own racket.
viii) These games will be using a league table format where a win will give you three points and a draw will give you one point. A better point difference will be used to determine the winner if teams have the same number of points at the end of the inter-house games. For example,
League table of 8 teams.
1st - 80
2nd - 70
3rd - 60
4th - 50
5th - 40
6th - 30
7th - 20
8th - 10