Studies in recent years have suggested that consuming an adequate amount of fruit can reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and certain cancers. Thus, we recommend children between 6 and 12 years old to have one to two servings of fruit every day. In the last four years, the Department of Health partnered with various organisations to co-organise Joyful Fruit Day activities which gained great popularity among schools. This year, we are putting "family" as the theme and having the slogan "Fruit‧ Sweet‧ Home". We encourage primary students and their families to share fruits together on a daily basis.


Through model building, and home-school cooperation in particular, we aim to promote a regular habit of fruit eating at home. The school principal is requested to recommend a team of teachers, parents and students (number of team members ranging from 5 to 30) to take part in the competition. Under the theme "Fruit‧ Sweet‧ Home", the model should bring out the warm and loving atmosphere when the family enjoys fruits. Awards will be presented to schools and parents for outstanding performance.

'Fruit‧ Sweet‧ Home' Model Making Competition Awards
"Fruit‧ Sweet‧ Home" Model Making Competition Awards

Winning schools (For detailed description of models, please refer to Chinese version)


Dr. Catherine F. Woo Memorial School

First runner-up

Ying Wa Primary School

Second runner-up

S.T.F.A. Ho Yat Tung Primary School (P.M.)

Merit Awards

Shak Chung Shan Memorial Catholic Primary School

Good Counsel Catholic Primary School

Carmel Leung Sing Tak School

Ma On Shan Methodist Primary School

Ma On Shan Ling Liang Primary School

S.K.H. Yau Tong Kei Hin Primary School

P.O.C.A. Wan Ho Kan Primary School

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