• Built Environment & Placemaking
  • Environment
  • Tourism & Hospitality
  • Mental & Behavioural Health
  • Leadership Programme in Life Education (Primary Level)

Awarded Projects:

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2 Award) - BE04 Stewards Pooi Tun Secondary School
Factory Activation Scheme

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3 Award) -BE02 The Chinese Foundation Secondary School
Floor Screen - Hong Kong

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3 Award) - BE01 Shatin Methodist College
Urban Regeneration of Tenement Buildings in Sham Shui Po

Programme Booklet

Programme objective:

To increase students' awareness about the relationship between our built environment on sustainable development, and its impact on the environment, community and culture.

Learning Outcome:

  1. To cultivate a sense of spatial awareness and abilities to identify the strength and weakness of a place
  2. To explain the relationship between building revitalization and sustainable development

Programme Theme:

Our City, Community and Archiecture

Key Words:

  • Revitalization of a city
  • Case study of an old heritage building in Hong Kong
  • Applying placemaking concepts to a real-life community in Hong Kong
  • Green building
  • Urban environment improvement
  • Sustainable urban regeneration
  • Cultural and natural heritage
  • Building conservation

Fees:

HK$600 per student (includes seminars, workshops and visits but excludes transportation costs)

Awards shall be based on:

  1. a submitted written group report in Chinese or English; and
  2. a presentation which may include the use of board display, drama, video and other multi-media formats

Remarks:

  1. Where there are non-Chinese speaking participants, activities will be conducted in English.
  2. Students are required to wear school uniform and every student should attend at least one field visit.
  3. UNESCO HK and her partnering organizations reserve the right to make changes if and when necessary.
  4. Enquiries: 2312-7696 or info@unesco.hk
  5. Field Visits will be conducted normally on Sataurday in November and December.

Previous Recongized Project:

Year 2011 - 2012

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2 Award) - BE02Queen Elizabeth School Old Students' Association Secondary School
Former Lau Fau Shan Police Station and its Surroundings Optimization Project

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2 Award) - BE03Cognitio College (Kowloon)
Our Kai Tak River: Environment, Economy, Culture and Community with Sustainable Development

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3 Award) - BE01 Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School
Victoria Detention Center Revitalization

Recognized Projects:

2012 - 2013

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 1) - EN05 Shatin Methodist College
Problems raised by the third runway of HK Airport

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - EN02 SMKMCF Ma Ko Pan Memorial College The investigation and advise of reducing food waste

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN04 The Chinese Foundation Secondary School
Sustainble Development Practices for Fishery

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN08 PLK Yao Ling Sun College
The Investigation on Hydroponics

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN09 St. Paul's College
St. Paul's College Green Club

Programme Booklet

Programme objective:

Students to gain an awareness of eco-protection and conservation, and organic farming and their relationship with sustainable development.

Learning Outcome:

  1. To enable students to have an overview of environmental science, environment conservation, sustainable development and environmental industries
  2. To provide students with opportunities to explore and develop social responsibility for the natural environment as well as practical skills that can be applied in the field of the environmental science
  3. To help students better prepare themselves for further studies and/or career development in the environmental protection, environment assessment and sustainable development

Programme Theme:

Design for the Environment, Nature within the Sustainable City

Key Words:

  • Organic farming
  • Tree management
  • Green and sustainable living
  • Ecology and biodiversity
  • Sustainable consumption
  • Technology and environment
  • Waste management

Fees:

HK$600 per student (includes seminars, workshops and visits but excludes transportation costs)

Awards shall be based on:

  1. a submitted written group report in Chinese or English; and
  2. a presentation which may include the use of board display, drama, video and other multi-media formats

Remarks:

  1. Where there are non-Chinese speaking participants, activities will be conducted in English.
  2. Students are required to wear school uniform and every student should attend at least one field visit.
  3. UNESCO HK and her partnering organizations reserve the right to make changes if and when necessary.
  4. Enquiries: 2312-7696 or info@unesco.hk
  5. Field Visits will be conducted normally on Sataurday in November and December.

Previous Recongized Projects:

2011 - 2012

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN02 SMKMCF Ma Ko Pan Memorial College
Organic farming in Hong Kong and its impact on sustainable development

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN05 The Chinese Foundation Secondary School
Siu Sai Wan Case Study - Green lifestyle

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN07 Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School
Crime - Offences that are polluting the world

Recognized Projects:

2012 - 2013

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 1) - TH03 Shatin Methodist College
Visit the landscape " Tap Mun, Tai O, Tai Tong, Cheung Chau"

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH02 Shatin Methodist College
Sustainable Development Proposal - Sha Tau Kok Eco-tour

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH05 Shatin Methodist College
Sustainable Development Proposal - "Hoi Ha Wan, Tai O, Long Yuen" Eco-Tourism Project

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH06 The Chinese Foundation Secondary School
Sustainable Development Proposal - Tourism & Tram Industry in HK

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH10 CUHKFAA Chan Chun Ha Secondary School
Sustainable Development Proposal - Hiking Tourism in Hong Kong

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH01 Shatin Methodist College
Eco-hiking Tour - Tai Po Kau, Ma On Shan

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH11 The Yuen Yuen Institute MFBM Nei Ming Chan Lui Chung Tak Memorial College Sustainable Development at Nam Sang Wai

Programme Booklet

Programme objective:

Students to be aware of the impact of tourism and hospitality industries on our culture, economy, environment and communities.

Learning Outcome:

  1. To identify sustainable tourism and hospitality practices in the context of Hong Kong and overseas
  2. To describe the benefits of sustainable tourism and hospitality practices
  3. To identify practices and habits that a traveller can adopt to minimize the social, environmental and cultural impact while on tour

Programme Theme:

Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality

Key Words:

  • Appreciating Hong Kong's natural beauty in an eco-conscious way
  • Highlighting the cultural and natural beauty of the New Territories
  • A study of the CSR and sustainability projects of major hotel chains
  • A guidebook for the eco-tourism and cultural tourism
  • Incentive tourism (M.I.C.E.)
  • Individual travel scheme
  • Ethical responsibility

Activity schedule:

Please refers to Programme Booklet

Fees:

HK$600 per student (includes seminars, workshops and visits but excludes transportation costs)

Awards shall be based on:

  1. a submitted written group report in Chinese or English; and
  2. a presentation which may include the use of board display, drama, video and other multi-media formats

Remarks:

  1. Where there are non-Chinese speaking participants, activities will be conducted in English.
  2. Students are required to wear school uniform and every student should attend at least one field visit.
  3. UNESCO HK and her partnering organizations reserve the right to make changes if and when necessary.
  4. Enquiries: 2312-7696 or info@unesco.hk
  5. Field Visits will be conducted normally on Sataurday in November and December.

Previous Recognized Projects:

2011 - 2012

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH06Cognitio College (Kowloon)
Sustainable Tourism in Hong Kong and Macau

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH10 Shatin Methodist College
Sustainable Development Plan - Tai O Hut Resort Proposal

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH01 Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School
Disappearing Hong Kong

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH02 Ching Chung Hau Po Woon Secondary School
Tai Po Sam Mun Tsai and Ma Shi Chau - Play and learn

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH09 Shatin Methodist College
New and old Hong Kong - Photography Tour Plan in Hong Kong

The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH11 St. Paul's Secondary School
Can Hong Kong Develop Gourmet Tourism?

Recognized Projects:

2012 - 2013

The Gradn ESD Award (Grade 2) - MH01Shatin Methodist College
Mental Health? Sustainable Development?

The Gradn ESD Award (Grade 2) - MH02Yan Chai Hospital No 2 Secondary School
Mental & Behavioural Health -Depression

The Gradn ESD Award (Grade 2)- MH04 Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School
Mental & Behavioural Health

The Gradn ESD Award (Grade 2)- MH03Ling Liang Church M H Lau Secondary School
Mania

Programme Booklet

Programme objective:

Students to recognize the relationship between mental well-being and sustainable development as well as its impact on community.

Learning Outcome:

  1. To understand the concepts of Public Health: Mental Health & Addiction
  2. To identify topics on Mental Health & Addiction

Programme Theme:

Mental and Behavioural Health and Sustainable Development

Key Words:

  • Insomnia - a mental health issue?
  • Anorexia and Bulimia
  • Effects of stress on one's well-being
  • Mental wellness
  • Depression and mania
  • Prevention and care
  • Drug abuse
  • Rehabilitation and social costs

Student Artwork:

  1. Solution studies Insomnia
  2. Psychosis
  3. Study - Forensic psychiatric
  4. Depression and mania
  5. Mental Health
  6. Mental Illness

Fees:

HK$600 per student (includes seminars, workshops and visits but excludes transportation costs)

Awards shall be based on:

  1. a submitted written group report in Chinese or English; and
  2. a presentation which may include the use of board display, drama, video and other multi-media formats

Remarks:

  1. Where there are non-Chinese speaking participants, activities will be conducted in English.
  2. Students are required to wear school uniform and every student should attend at least one field visit.
  3. UNESCO HK and her partnering organizations reserve the right to make changes if and when necessary.
  4. Enquiries: 2312-7696 or info@unesco.hk
  5. Field Visits will be conducted normally on Sataurday in November and December.

學程手冊

學程目標:

透過生命教育活動,讓學生建立生命的意義及價值,培養可持續發展的生命質素。

學程目的:

  1. 讓學生從認知性知識和情感的觸動,建立天(靈)、人(社)、物(身)、我(心)四種生命關係,內化領導者應具備的價值觀。
  2. 培養參加者成為校內小領袖,發揮生命影響生命的作用,熱愛並尊重其他生命。
  3. 透過校內實踐,推動參加者參與所屬學校校本生命教育工作,達至可持續發展的生命質素。

課程內容:

開幕禮一個故事,開展整個生命教育活動。在二零一二年十月至二零一三年一月期間,進行共五次的領袖培訓活動,當中包括工作坊、黑暗中體驗館體驗活動、嘉賓講座、戶外生態遊、參觀繪本館。完成五節活動後,組員將被要求於二零一三年一月至二零一三年三月期間,在校內與有關老師籌備並進行「做一件讓世界更美的事」,並且在閉幕禮作出匯報分享學習成果。

活動時間表:

詳情張貼於學程手冊內頁。

對象:

小學4-5年級學生,每校名額10位,每所學校一名負責老師帶領。

費用:

每位學生的學程費用為港幣600元正,當中包括講座與工作坊,實地考察的費用,但不包括交通費。

備註:

  1. 如活動若有非華語學生參加,活動將已英文舉行。
  2. 學生須穿著校服參加活動以符合學校保險及安排活動的要求,每位同學必須參與最少一次實地考察。
  3. UNESCO HK 及其協辦機構保留更改活動的一切權利。如有查詢,請致電2312-7696或電郵 info@unesco.hk。
  4. 參觀與實地考察的詳情將會在www.unesco.hk公佈。

詳細請參閱宣傳單張。
請按此(報名表格)下載報名表格。
如有查詢,請致電2312-7696聯絡香港聯合國教科文組織協會。

Closing Ceremony and Award Presentation

Date: 23 March, 2013 (Saturday)

Time: 10.00am – 12.30pm (9.45am registration)

Venue: Charles K K Auditorium, Lakeside 2, Hong Kong Science Park

Officiating guest:
Ms. LI Mei Sheung, Michelle, JP
Deputy Secretary for Education,Education Bureau, HKSAR

Performing groups:
Skipper’s

Presentation & Assessment Day

Date: 9 March, 2013 (Saturday)

Time: 10.00am -5.30pm (refers to your learning area)

Venue: Hong Kong Science Park

Full Day Workshop

Date: 27th October,2012 (Saturday)

Time: 10.00am – 5.00pm

Address: Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks

Speakers:

Personal Skills Workshop
Dr. Shirley Chan
Director of Education & School Service , Whole Person Development Institute

Design and Managing Project Workshop
Mr. Frank Leung
Retired senior consultant, Hong Kong Productivity Council

Thematic Workshop
Built Environment & Placemaking Workshop:
Mr. Randy Liekenjie, Foster and Partners
Mr. Platteen Tsang, Paul Y Engineering Group Lyd.

Tourism & Hospitality Workshop:
Mr. David Man
ESD Programme Advisor, UNESCO Hong Kong Association

Mental & Behvioural Health Workshops:
Ms Teresa Wong
Whole Person Development Institute

Environment:
Thematic Workshop will be held on 1st December at IVE Chai Wan.

Kick Off Ceremony

Programme Rundown | Speaker Profile | Discussion and Plenary Session | Photots

Date: 20th October 2012 (Saturday)

Time: 10:30am – 1:00pm

Venue: Assembly Hall, Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong

Guest / Speakers:
Welcome Speech:
Prof. Patrick S.S. LAU SBS JP
President, UNESCO Hong Kong Association

Earth Charter & Sustainable Development:
Mr. Tony Sin
Programme Advisor, UNESCO Hong Kong Association

Closing Remarks:
Dr. Darwin Chen SBS
Vice President (Culture), UNESCO Hong Kong Association

Participating Schools

Secondary Schools

  1. The Chinese Foundation Secondary School
  2. Shatin Methodist College
  3. SMKMCF Ma Ko Pan Memorial College
  4. Pak Kau College
  5. Yan Chai Hospital No.2 Secondary School
  6. CUHKFAA Chan Chun Ha Secondary School
  7. Ling Liang Church M H Lau Secondary School
  8. St.Paul’s Convent School
  9. The Yuen Yuen Institute MFBM Nei Ming Chan Lui Chung Tak Memorial College
  10. PLK Yao Ling Sun College
  11. St.Paul’s College
  12. Ching Chung Hau Po Woon Secondary School
  13. Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School
  14. Stewards Pooi Tun Secondary School
  15. Wah Yan College, Kowloon

Primary Schools

  1. St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School
  2. PLK HKTA Yuen Yuen Primary School
  3. SKH Kam Tin St. Joseph¡¦s Primary School

(In order of application)

Schedule

October 2012 – March 2013

Activities

Kick-off ceremony
20th October,2012

Full Day Workshop on Personal Skills Development, Design & Managing Projects and Thematic Workshops
27th October,2012

Field visit and study tours
November – December, 2012

In-school activities
January – March, 2013

Presentation & assessment day
9th March, 2013

Closing ceremony & award presentation
23rd March, 2013

Theme:

  1. Built Environment
  2. Environment
  3. Tourism & Hospitality
  4. Mental & Behavioral Helath
  5. Life Education (Primary School Group only)

Special Features and Awards

  • An inter-school award-bearing programme with a UNESCO-HK certificate
  • Group-based project learning in selected learning areas in the context of sustainable development
  • Strong platform supported by experts & industry members to facilitate learning & key skills development
  • Support curriculum needs such as life-wide learning, liberal studies and other learning experiences
  • Duration: 6 months (Oct 2012 to Mar 2013) with minimum 60 learning hours

Target Participants:

Primary School : P4-P6 (4 students per team)
Secondary School : S1-S4 (8 students per team)

Fees:
HK$600 per student (includes seminars, workshops and visits but excludes transportation costs)
Programme Leaflet

Awards shall be based on:

  1. a submitted written group report in Chinese or English; and
  2. a presentation which may include the use of board display, drama, video and other multi-media formats

Remarks:

  1. Where there are non-Chinese speaking participants, activities will be conducted in English.
  2. Students are required to wear school uniform and every student should attend at least one field visit.
  3. UNESCO HK and her partnering organizations reserve the right to make changes if and when necessary.
  4. Enquiries: 2312-7696 or info@unesco.hk
  5. Field Visits will be conducted normally on Sataurday in November and December.

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