Missions and Objectives
To develop students’ understanding of their interests, potential, abilities, needs and priorities in relation to further study, vocational training and job opportunities
To equip students with knowledge about various study paths and the world of work and instill in them proper attitudes towards study and work
To enhance students’ career-related competencies/ skills in order to prepare them for further studies and/ or for work as well as for life-long learning
Career & Life Planning Committee
Chairperson: Miss Lee Yuk Yi Shirman
Vice-Chairperson: Miss Kho Rebecca
Mrs. Pun Cheung Yee Shan
Mr. Wong Fuk Wing
Miss Wong Shuk Lan
Mrs. Poon Tse Ka Yuk Carrie
Mr. Yuen Chin Ming
Miss Ng Miu Yee (Ad Hoc member)
Mrs. Chan Wong King Shan (Ex-officio)
The theme of Career Week 2015-16 was Live Your Life Live Your Dream, responding to the new school’s major concerns Gear Up, Go the Extra Mile. Students were encouraged to chase their dream and consider different roles they play, including citizen, leisurite and recreationist in Super’s Career Rainbow. The guest speaker of the assembly, a marathon lover and an alumni, shared how he balanced his work, interest and family and passion can drive one’s life. During the week, there had also been lots of fun elements like photo-taking corner and game booths, creating an inviting and stimulating environment where students find it natural to talk about their dreams and learn about different jobs.
Caring School Award
本校榮獲2015年度「關愛校園獎勵計劃」之推動生涯規劃主題大獎。「關愛校園獎勵計劃」由香港基督教服務處舉辦，公開表揚積極推廣及實踐關愛文化及表現突出的學校。評審團就學校的關愛工作按以下五個範疇作評選，包括：推動關愛校園的信念(Belief)；領導者的領導才能 (Leadership)；有利孕育關愛校園文化配套、制度、氣氛等環境因素 (Environment)；對有需者的實質支援 (Support)；樂意交流分享的能力 (Sharing)。這些條件簡稱為「BLESS」。
S.5 Life Camp
Life Camp, a school-based career intervention, is pivotal to individual student planning and career guidance in S5 and S6. Run in its eighth year, the camp is themed on life planning and team building. In the camp, students discuss their career test results in relation to their academic and career goals, prepare for transition challenges, explore career options by meeting alumni of different study and work backgrounds, build team spirit and most importantly have fun.
Kicking off each day with worship
Around 60 S4 students went on CLAP Government Visits in March and had a fruitful experience. They visited the Correctional Services Department and the Sludge Facility of the Environmental Protection Department.
Visit to Correctional Services Department
Meeting students from Seoul National University
Our school was very excited to host a group of Korean university students from the College of Education, Seoul National University early in February 2017.
Eight student leaders showed our visitors around our school campus and introduced to them our student activities and facilities. Afterwards, the guests, in four groups, visited Biology, ICT, Accounting and History lessons.
The programme ended with an after-school chat, attended by about 30 students from different forms. It was very interesting to hear what our guests had to say about their homeland, and what they thought about Hong Kong. We also learned about the similarities and differences in the two education systems and school lives in the two places.
Korean Symbol of Love
Irish-Hong Kong Cultural Exchange
Percy Chan and Cyrus Leung became student ambassadors of Consulate General of Ireland in October 2016 and joined a number of events to learn about Irish culture, business and the roles of diplomats in Hong Kong. On the visit of Irish Higher Education Institutions to Hong Kong, all student ambassadors shared their understanding of Irish culture and it was great joy that Percy’s and Cyrus’ presentation won the only (and a truly special) prize – an Irish musician giving a mini-concert at our school in March 2017. The musician Miss Deirdre Chárthaigh, accompanied by the Deputy Consul General Miss Isobel O’Connor, played beautiful pieces with the Irish harp and concertina. To promote exchange between the two cultures, Joyce Kwok (S3B), a harp player, joined Cyrus in performing two melodies, too. It was indeed a musical and a satisfying afternoon.
At the Consulate General of Ireland in Hong Kong
Miss Chárthaigh introducing the Irish Concertina
Interview Skills Workshop
This year, HKU’s Senior Programme Manager of Admissions & Academic Liaison Section, Registry was invited to be the speaker to give tips on admission interviews and twelve alumni served as interviewers for over a hundred participants in seven main disciplines. The participants, dressed in smart casual, were well prepared and serious about preparing for their future.
Looking smart and confident
Mentorship Programme 逆風飛翔
More than sixty S4 students enrolled on the programme and the latest theme was 逆風飛翔. The student participants were matched with the mentees and a workshop on how to conduct an interview and write an article was held in March to prepare the students. After meeting up with their mentors, the students said that they felt encouraged and inspired to make plans for their future career and to overcome the hurdles along the way.