Light Up a Bright Future with Your Child video production competition on parent education is one of the key promotional activities of the Positive Parent Campaign (Campaign) and also an activity to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The competition aims at helping parents and the public understand the importance of the happy and healthy development of children.
The competition comprises four categories: primary group, secondary group, parent-child group and open group. There is one champion, one first runner-up, one second runner-up, five merit awards and a Most Liked Award in each category. Over 800 parents, students, teachers and members of the public joined the competition, a total of 360 videos were submitted and most of them are of good quality with content in line with the theme of positive parenting, and used creative ways to encourage parents to establish a good parent-child relationship. The online voting for "Most Liked Award" of the competition rolled out earlier was well received by the public with 450 000 votes from four categories. The schools that have submitted the highest number of valid entries in the Primary Group and in the Secondary Group are awarded the Most Active Participating School Award.
Prize presentation ceremony cum exhibition Result announcement
The prize presentation ceremony cum exhibition was held at the Education Bureau Kowloon Tong Education Services Centre on November 26, 2022. Officiating guest, the Secretary for Education, Dr Choi Yuk-lin, visited the exhibition to view the winning entries, presented prizes to the award-winning parents and students of four categories, and kicked off the roving exhibition titled "Exhibition on Winning Entries of Positive Parent Campaign"
Highlights of the Prize Presentation Ceremony cum Exhibition
Chit-chat Session (Full version)
Topic: Positive Parenting
Guests: Chairman of the Committee on Home-School Co-operation, Mr Eugene Fong; experienced parent-child and family educator, Ms Shirley Loo and Chairman of the New Territories School Heads Association, Mr Yau Siu-hung