Sr. Margaret WONG
Sr. Margaret Wong (Wong Kam Lin Annie Margaret) was educated both locally and abroad. She obtained her Certificate in Education and Bachelor of Education Degree with the University of London, UK. She has also obtained an Advanced Diploma in Education and a Master of Education Degree with the University of Hong Kong on Educational Guidance as well as another Master of Education Degree with the Sydney University on Computers in Education. Before taking her helm at St. Paul’s Convent School, she was already a full member of the Hong Kong Psychological and Counselling Association and Hong Kong Computer Society as well as the honorary Fellow of the Association of Computer Education. With the present trend of building Hong Kong as a smart city, Sr. Margaret’s experience is particularly relevant in grooming the next generation of youth on STEM and STEAM to meet the changing needs of society. She has always been a pioneer and innovator on the development of curriculum design.
Sr. Margaret Wong is a seasoned educator who has led the most prestigious St. Paul’s Convent School for over 25 years. Prior to that, she served as the Principal and Supervisor of St. Paul’s Secondary School for 18 years as well as involved in various community services, including the Wanchai District Board, the Education Commission, part-time member of the Hong Kong Central Policy Unit, board member of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, founding member of the Hong Kong Education University and the Li Po Chun United World College, just to name a few. She was awarded the MBE in 1997 for her contribution to education and community services. Presently, she is the Supervisor and Principal of St. Paul’s Convent School, the Vice President of the UNESCO HK Association and the Vice Chair of the Hong Kong Direct Subsidy Scheme Schools Council, Manager of St. Paul’s Secondary School, St. Paul’s Primary Catholic School, St. Paul’s Convent School (Primary Section) and Li Po Chun United World College.
Sr. Margaret Wong has led various innovative projects with great success and has contributed much to the all round personal development of youth so that they can contribute positively to their home, profession and society. Sr. Margaret Wong has made strong links internationally and with the Sister schools in China, as well as with many renowned tertiary institutions, both locally and abroad. She has developed many exchanged programmes for the students so that they can appreciate and experience their national identity and also play their roles as global citizens.