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Co-curricular Activities Committee
Co-curricular activities aim at cultivating students’ all-round development.
To help students to make good use of their spare time
To strengthen the relationship between students and teachers; and enhance the sense of belonging among students
To initiate students’ multi-intelligence
To build up students’ self-esteem and self-confidence
To enhance their leadership skill
To improve students’ understanding of community and responsibility of being a citizen
Through participating in diversified extra-curricular activities, students’ potential are developed. There are 49 co-curricular activities clubs and societies in our school. They are classified into six groups. They are Academic, Cultural, Sports, Uniform Teams, Interests and Social Services. Besides, there are four houses in our school. They are Benevolence, Righteousness, Courtesy and Wisdom. Each student is enrolled as a member of a house. Students’ sense of belonging is enhanced through taking part in team works.
Furthermore, in order to make good use of their spare time to make contribution to the society, all teachers and students have to participate in the voluntary activities held by the Social Welfare Department.
The “One student, One Music” Scheme: Students choose to learn vocals or one Chinese or Western musical instrument. There are a variety of musical groups including a Chinese Orchestra, Symphonic Band, Marching Band, Bagpipe Group, Harp Ensemble and Handbell Team. It is our hope that students’ musical skills will be improved through participating in different arranged performances.
Students are arranged to take part in the activities held by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. By doing so, both students and teachers can adopt a multi-directional approach of learning and teaching.