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The annual Joyful Fruit Day will be held on April 21st. Everyone in the RCHK community is invited to sample a wide range of fresh fruit recipes during primary and secondary lunchtime at the under covered playground.

The annual Joyful Fruit Day will be held on April 21st. Everyone in the RCHK community is invited to sample a wide range of fresh fruit recipes during primary and secondary lunchtime at the under covered playground.

To make this event a success, we are also looking for parent volunteers to help with food preparation on April 20th, and to help with setup and manage the stall on April 21st. If you are interested, then kindly click here to sign-up.

For safety reasons, all the parents, guardians or helpers coming to school regularly to drop off or pick up the students are reminded to wear the RCHK badge.

For safety reasons, all the parents, guardians or helpers coming to school regularly to drop off or pick up the students are reminded to wear the RCHK badge.

This badge can be made at the stationary shop everyday except Thursdays, between 8:00am to 1:30pm. The badge should be clearly visible when entering the campus, while in the campus and leaving the campus.

RCHK holds the right to check the badges at anytime.

A gentle reminder that there will be no school for Year 13 students on Friday, 17th of April due to 3 Way Conferences for Years 7 – 11.

A gentle reminder that there will be no school for Year 13 students on Friday, 17th of April due to 3 Way Conferences for Years 7 – 11.

Please note starting 1st of April, there will be a charge of 50 cents for each plastic shopping bag in our uniform and stationary shops. This is inline with the full implementation of the Environmental Levy Scheme on plastic shopping bags charge. 

Please note starting 1st of April, there will be a charge of 50 cents for each plastic shopping bag in our uniform and stationary shops. This is inline with the full implementation of the Environmental Levy Scheme on plastic shopping bags charge. 

Please bring your own bag to support this green initiative. The money collected from the plastic shopping charge will go to SP@RC. 

Starting April 13, Renaissance College will stop selling bottled water. This is the first step to a plastic free campus and the impact will be significant as RCHK is using more than 2,000 plastic bottles of water per month.

Starting April 13, Renaissance College will stop selling bottled water. This is the first step to a plastic free campus and the impact will be significant as RCHK is using more than 2,000 plastic bottles of water per month.

To support this initiative, the school has installed water fountains around the campus for students/visitors to refill their personal bottles.

Personal bottles will also be available for purchase at the stationary shop, in a very competitive price.

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