Rugby Team 2017-18
The Creative Secondary School B Grade Rugby Sevens Team campaign began in 2015 when we entered a C Grade team into the Hong Kong/Kowloon Try-Rugby 7’s competition for the first time. This move kick-started the rugby program at Creative and we now have thriving rugby community of more than 35 male and female students playing the game across boys and girls C grade and boys B grade teams.
The B Grade boys team is made up of form four and form three players, namely Aidan Lam, Karanpreet Brar, William Smith, Connor Young, Owen Wearne, Christopher So, Ivan Au, Richy Wong, Mueez Ghafoor, Alex Wong, Morgan Powell and Axyl Clarkson.
The season began with the Hong Kong Island/Kowloon Schools league competition. The team was undefeated in this league and steamrolled their way past local heavyweights the likes of La Salle College, Diocesan Boys, St. Josephs College, Queen’s College and HKUGA. The team had never won this competition before, finishing second three times. It was hugely rewarding to finally reach the top and lay the demon to rest. The number one ranking qualified us and the other teams in the top four to match up against the top four ranked teams in the New Territories at the All Hong Kong Championship.
Mr. David Barnaby
Head of Physical Education
Drama Production 2017-18
This year has been busy for the CSS Drama Department, who made the choice to stage not one... but two School Productions!
With the success of last year’s 10-minute play festival, 7 Ways to Lose Your Mind, the Drama Department was happy to see that the school community’s interest in short plays continued to grow this year when they staged a Short Play Festival in early December. Teams were made to include directors, actors, designers, and production assistants, who were then tasked with rehearsing and preparing for their own 10-minute plays. Director’s from the IBDP Theatre .programme, included both Form 5 and 6 students, whilst the cast and crew for each play were made up of students from MY1 to Form 6, showing the great collaboration that takes place during a school production across year groups. This year’s play selections provided students with a range of emotions, styles and genres of drama. With the success and positive feedback from audience members of our second Short Play Festival, it looks set that this will become a regular feature of the CSS Arts Calendar!
Ms Alexandra Campion
Head of Drama