A special school for the physically disabled organises an athletic meet, upholding the principle of “universal engagement” and hoping that every single student can participate in the event. No one is left out.
The principal, teachers, and therapist collaborate in studying how different sports may be adjusted. Students eagerly look forward to the event. Sahad, Tsz Ching, Ho Lung, Shing Ho and Hoi Ching gather in the sports ground early in the morning. However, it is to everyone’s surprise that Ho Ki was injured on the day of the athletic meet, and has since been absent from school.
Everyone thinks it is a pity that Ho Ki has missed the event. Wai Shan, being the most caring of them all, knows that they are all worried about Ho Ki, and that they become increasingly pessimistic. In order to pull themselves together, Wai Shan comes up with the idea of organising another athletic meet for Ho Ki!
In the meeting, the four house captains discuss fiercely and reach the decision of holding an inter-house football competition on their own, which will enable them to compete again in the sports ground when Ho Ki returns.
Organising the competition on their own is full of challenges. They encounter problems with the weather, unexpected situations, as well as conflicting opinions. Still, the students manage to overcome all the obstacles for their friend and for the wish to come true. During the process, their PE teacher wants to offer a helping hand, but finally chooses to support them quietly by their side, all because this competition belongs to them.