Extra-Curricular Activities

Extra-Curricular Activities Committee

Team Composition 

Chairperson: Mr. Lau Yip Tak Lawrence
Vice-chairperson: Mr. Lam Hoi Ting Aldus
Vice-chairperson: Miss Lo Ka Yan Cammy

Miss Shih Hei Man Emily

Miss Law Lai Han

Miss Hung Wai Fan

Miss Ng Miu Yee (Ad hoc member)

Mrs. Chan Wong King Shan (Ex-officio)




  1. To provide students with the opportunity to organize and participate in extra-curricular activities, through which to build up students’ self-efficacy and their sense of belonging to school.
  2. To provide different channels for students to develop and cultivate their leadership, confidence, creativity, critical thinking, and express their potential.
  3. To cooperate with different school organizations to organize activities to align with the school’s major concern: Gear Up. Go the Extra Mile.

Organizations and Teams


Student Union









Christian Fellowship





Sports Activities Committee






Table Tennis









Carmel Infotainment Network (CIN)

English Debating






Career Counselling Group

English Ambassadors


Peer Counsellors


Putonghua Ambassadors

Reading Ambassadors

Scouts & Venture Scouts



Chinese Drama

English Drama




Talent Spot (2015-2016)

The Talents Spot was introduced this school year as a platform for students to unleash their potential and talents in different aspects within the campus. Students were encouraged to take the initiative to sign up and prepare a show that could illustrate the talents of Carmelians. Apart from music performance and sports demonstration, student volunteers were also recruited as masters of ceremony and stage helpers for the performance. The pull-up banner of the Talents Spot was also designed by our students. These experiences were invaluable to students’ confidence in public speaking and performance. A total of 4 shows were held and they were all well received by students.

2 Student MCs










Mr. Tsui performed karate with a student

Inauguration of Student Leaders (January 2017)

Every January, our student leaders from the Student Union, the Prefect Team, the Christian Fellowship, the Four Houses, the Scouts, different sports teams, music teams and other school teams and organizations gather and take their oath in front of all schoolmates in the morning assembly. In their oath, they promise that they will spend their greatest effort to serve their schoolmates so as to help them enrich their learning experience in school.

Student leaders taking the oath

Student leaders taking the oath

Students take up leadership positions in different teams or untis

Students take up leadership positions in different teams or untis

We are in one family

We are in one family


Leadership Development Programme (LDP) (July 2017)

It is our belief that every one of us is unique in God’s eyes. It is our mission to develop our students into future leaders of the 21st century. While there are some commonly recognized core qualities shared by effective leaders, leadership training is not a mere acquisition of certain knowledge and standardized skills. Knowing oneself is the first and most important step, though we are often too busy and the need for self-reflection is overlooked. The life-long journey of self-exploration does not only help us discover our self-worth, but also provides the driving force to build up self-motivation. It is hoped that our students can be sensitive to the need around them, so that they are intrinsically motivated to take the lead to bring about positive changes in our school, our community, our society and our world.


In recent years, there has been a breakthrough in the Leadership Development Programme in our school as current student leaders are taking the initiative in the design, planning and implementation of the programme for their junior schoolmates. Through team-building games and exploration activities in and out of the campus, they are able to experience the cultivation of leadership attitudes and qualities.

Every student experiences growth

Every student experiences growth

Orientation games are held outside campus

Orientation games are held outside campus

Students stretching their limit

Students stretching their limit

Training for Class Leaders (September 2017)

Members of the Class Association are key persons in their class. The training is arranged in the beginning of every school year for junior class leaders. The workshop helps student leaders in the class recognize the importance of their role and it also aims at encouraging them to bring about positive influence to classmates and build a better class together.

Class Leaders are having a mock class association meeting

Class Leaders are having a mock class association meeting

Class leaders wil be spreading positive energy to their classmates

Class leaders wil be spreading positive energy to their classmates

Students learn to set the agenda and take the minutes

Students learn to set the agenda and take the minutes



Education Bureau, HKSAR Government

School Activities Guidelines



Hong Kong Extra-curricular Activities Masters Association