Welcome Ms Leslie – Our NET!
My name is Leslie Stitt and the students call me Ms. Leslie. I am working as a Native English Teacher (NET) at Po Leung Kuk Ho Yuk Ching (1984) College. Originally from Toronto, Canada, I love to travel and have worked as an international educator for over 20 years in England, the Middle East and now Asia.
I have lived and worked in Hong Kong for the past 8 years. I currently live in Yung Shue Wan on Lamma Island with my three active children, my husband who is from England and a 6 month old puppy.
I am happy to deal with the inconvenience of ferry schedules to enjoy the natural, tranquil environment of island life. We like to go hiking and explore different parts of Hong Kong on the weekends. Hong Kong is a very easy and safe place to live. Our three children call Hong Kong their home and we hope to explore more parts of Asia in the coming years.
English Club - Battle of the Books 2018
this year's Battle of the Books has a selection of wonderful titles. We hope that some students include them in their summer reading.
There are so many wonderful stories to choose from, something for every interest. Happy reading!
Battle of the Books
Secondary Modified Book List 2018 - 2019
|The Fourteenth Goldfish
||Jennifer L. Holm
|Serafina and the Black Cloak
|The Colossus Rises
|So Far From the Bamboo Grove
||Yoko Kawashima Watkins
|A Wrinkle in Time
English Club - Battle of the Books
English Club - Creative Writing
The Creative writing After School Activity is held in the English Corner on Thursdays. It’s a small group of talented writers. They are very keen and open minded individuals. Last week they built Spine Poems which are Poems that are built from the spine titles of books. Spine poetry is easy and the library is a good place to try one of your own. Here are 2 examples.
If you’re reading this it’s too late
Otherwise known as Sheila the Great
By Jason Wong 3D
Ha Ha Ha
By Crystal Chan 3D