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We would like to show our appreciation to our member schools for their active participation in the first flagship activity “SGREEN”. Here are the top 10 schools with the highest total recycling amount:

1. St. Teresa Secondary School 6. SKH Ka Fuk Wing Chun Primary School
2. St. Joseph's College 7. Stewards Pooi Kei Primary School
3. SKH Tang Shiu Kin Secondary School 8. Tai Kok Tsui Catholic Primary School
4. TWGHs Mrs Fung Wong Fung Ting College 9. TWGHs Yau Tze Tin Memorial College
5. TWGHs Kwok Yat Wai College 10. Maryknoll Secondary School
Biodiversity, the variety of living species, is under threat, mainly due to human activities, climate change, loss of habitat, overexploitation and pollution. As a member of the planet, what can we do to reverse this situation?

“Ocean Park Conservation Alliance” is organised by Ocean Park Academy Hong Kong and has always been committed to establish an interactive platform for schools to interchange ideas on conservation and education.
This year, the three directions of “Mission R” are “Saving species and habitats”, “Eat local” and “Plastic challenge”. Under “Mission R”, “Ocean Park Conservation Alliance” is implemented with three flagship activities, “SGREEN”, “Low Carbon PLS” Day and “City Nature Challenge 2024”, in order to reverse the trend of species extinction through igniting optimism and collaborative actions between “Member Schools”.

FLAGSHIP ACTIVITIES


Award would be provided in each Flagship activity for each division: Kindergarten, Primary, Secondary, all “Ocean Park Conservation Alliance Member Schools” are eligible for the Award.

Award includes: Certificate and Trophy.
SGREEN
September 2023 - May 2024
Cultivate recycling habits in
teachers & students to prepare for
Municipal Solid Waste Charging

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"Low Carbon PLS" Day
October 2023 – 14 January 2024
Adopt a low carbon diet through
consuming package free, local or seasonal food

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City Nature Challenge 2024
April 2024 – May 2024
Discover Hong Kong Wildlife and biodiversity

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Seahorse Rangers

Each “Ocean Park Conservation Alliance Member School” can nominate a maximum of 30 students (including 1 leader) and 3 teacher representatives to become members of “Seahorse Rangers”. They shall demonstrate leadership skills at school to help conduct three Flagship activities, and promote conservation at school.

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Accreditation System

To encourage schools to partake in conservation activities, Accreditation System has been set up by the Park. Schools will be endorsed as “Ocean Park Conservation Alliance Member School” immediately upon registration.

Meanwhile, schools will be endorsed as “Ocean Park Conservation Alliance Outstanding School” upon the achievement of conservation goals via the completion of all tasks of 3 flagship activities.They are also eligible for “Ocean Park Conservation Alliance Champion School” Distinguished Community Service Award and Innovation Award.

Register now to become a member of “Conservation Alliance Member School” and play our parts in conservation!

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About Ocean Park Academy Hong Kong


Ocean Park Academy Hong Kong (OPAHK) was founded in 2004 to deliver education programmes in the diversified environment of Ocean Park. We aspire to become the ideal destination for life-wide learning where students of different ages can learn about nature and conservation in an enjoyable atmosphere.

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Supporting Organisation

Ocean Park Conservation Alliance is supported by the following organisations.
School Head Association :

Education Association :

The List is arranged in ascending order (A-Z) 


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