Blog Tag: Sports

Rugby Referees required!

Posted by Peter MUIR

If you enjoy sport, why not get some training in referring? not only will you be supporting community sport, it will also provide you will skill and expertise that could at a later stage provide an employment opportunity.

The Hong Kong Schools Rugby Union are looking for Youth Referees to support the upcoming D Grade Boys & Girls Tournaments. Knowledge of the game would be beneficial but not required.

The Hong Kong Society of Rugby Football Union Referees is hosting Level 1 Referee courses on Monday 26 & Tuesday 27 February. You will be required to attend one of these courses. You will then need to referee either of the:
– D Grade Girls Tournaments (Tuesday – 27 February, 6, 13, 20 March)
– D Grade Boys Tournaments (Wednesday – 28 February, 6, 14, 21 March)

All courses and tournaments hosted at King’s Park, with the exception of Tuesday 20 March, which will be hosted at Harrow School.

Discovery College has teams in both competitions so you would travel with the team to and from the venue for these tournaments if you wish.

If you are interested, please email Mr Wilkinson ( before Friday 16 February.

MTR run for low carbon living

Posted by Peter MUIR

CAN logoA local youth running athlete group organized a 17km charity run along the MTR Island Line, in order to promote a life with low carbon footprint. Participants started running from Heung Fa Chuen Station until Sheung Wan Station. Money raised from the event will be donated to the Clean Air Network in support of their work.  Another example of a CAS / Community Engagement project.

Sports Volunteering courses

Posted by admin

ESF CoachAre you interested in sports?  Are you keen to expand your knowledge about sports coaching?  There is an opportunity for senior students to take part in Sports Leadership and Sports Volunteering courses with ESF Educational Services.    These courses are accredited with Sports Leaders UK, and full details on them can be found at  The course will initially only be open to Year 11-13 students, and we will need a number of students to enroll for the course to be held (so get your friends to join!).  Dates are to be confirmed.   If you are interested, please email