Extra-curricular Activities

Student Growth

Upholding the ‘student-oriented’ principle, we adopt invitational education and promote students’ development of multiple intelligences through formal curriculum and different activities. We attach great importance to students’ whole-person development. Through the subject courses and various extracurricular activities, students can achieve an all-round development in areas of academics, personal interests, sports and services, hence achieving the ultimate goal of ‘holistic growth’. In addition, we adopt a ‘whole-school approach’ in guidance and counselling and a policy of ‘guidance and discipline in one’. All teachers are assigned as class teachers so that students can be well taken care of.

 

Purposes of Extracurricular Activities

1. To help students make good use of their free time;
2. To help students develop intellectual as well as physical abilities, and advance knowledge and skills;
3. To enhance students’ sense of belonging and understanding between students and teachers;
4. To carry out moral and civic education;
5. To encourage students to understand social issues and nurture a spirit to serve others;
6. To develop students’ potentials and leadership; and
7. To promote students’ all-round development to achieve ‘holistic growth’.

 

Types of Extracurricular Activities

1. Club or Group Activities: e.g. academic activities, cultural activities, sports activities, services and uniform groups
2. Mass Programmes: e.g. Sports Day, Christmas Celebrations, Long Distance Run, Learning Outcome Display and Talents Show
3. Inter-class Competitions: e.g. sports and arts competitions, academic quizzes and moral education contests
4. Leadership Training: e.g. Student Council, Society Committees and Leadership Ambassadors
5. Post-exam Activities: e.g. Music Contests, Learning Outcome Sharing and excursions
6. Summer Holiday Activities: e.g. training camps and exchange tours
7. Others: visits, talks, project studies, education camps and external competitions