Two Form 5 STEM Innovators, Lo Tsz Hin (5D) and Tong Chun Yin (5E) participated in the BETT Show on a study tour to the United Kingdom and France from 20th to 31st January, 2024.

In the BETT 2024, our students showcased their innovative healthcare mobile application which utilizes Bluetooth wireless technology to connect with healthcare devices such as blood pressure monitors. Visitors had the opportunity to try out the application and experience its functionalities. The event also served as a platform for our STEM Innovators to explore the latest technological inventions in education, inspiring them with the endless possibilities brought by cutting-edge advancements. They even had a chance to share their creative ideas with Ms. Christine Choi Yuk-lin, the Secretary for Education.

Another highlight of the study tour was the meeting with two alumni who are currently studying at Cambridge University. In addition to sharing their experiences of campus life in the prestigious institution, the two alumni also engaged in valuable discussions and reflections with our STEM Innovators, giving them insightful food for thought.


Additionally, the two STEM Innovators enjoyed a good opportunity to visit notable schools such as Wycombe Abbey School in London and Lycée Franco-Allemand in Paris. These visits provided them with a precious chance to engage in enriching intellectual and cross-cultural exchanges with their counterparts in foreign schools.




The AI workshop held at Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie in Paris provided our students with an immersive experience, allowing them to delve into the theory of artificial intelligence through practical applications and demonstrations. This workshop not only empowered and enlightened our students but also showcased the vast potential of applying AI across various domains.


To enrich their overall experience, our students were given city tours in London and Paris, immersing themselves in the vibrant cultures and iconic landmarks of these cities, such as the British Museum and Triumphal Arch.




Overall, the study tour was an enlightening learning experience that encompassed educational advancements, technological exploration, cultural immersion and meaningful interactions. The two STEM Innovators greatly benefited from the valuable collaborations and cultural exchanges, gaining immense insights and knowledge.