Whole Person Development
Students’ Development

Loving care, wholehearted support and encouragement from both teachers and parents is essential to students’ all-rounded development. Active student-teacher interaction and a "whole school approach” create a harmonious learning environment at school. The “Student Support Services” which involve the Student Guidance Team, Disciplinary Team, Religious Formation Team, Moral and Civic Education Team, Co-curricular Activities Team, Life Planning and Academic Guidance Team, Students' Health Care Team and Students’ Learning Support Team offer a series of thoughtfully designed programmes and activities to nurture students' refined personality, help them to develop a positive outlook towards life, a healthy lifestyle and a healthy mind with good moral values.

Class Management

There are two class teachers for most classes. Being in the frontline, the two class teachers work collaboratively to accommodate the needs of every individual in the class. Not only do they provide academic advice to students but also guide them to handle relationship and emotional issues. To address the specific needs of students at different stages of their teenage life, various kinds of tailor-made programmes and experiential activities are designed in junior and senior secondary levels.

S.1 Summer Bridging Course and Day Camp

In order to bridge the gap between primary and secondary school, S.1 summer bridging course and day camp are organized. This provides an avenue for incoming S.1 students to acquire a deeper understanding of their class teachers and classmates so as to cultivate a warm and friendly learning environment and strengthen students' sense of belonging to the school. In the middle of the term, the activities held aimed at inspiring students to build their self-confidence, set goals and establish a spirit of friendship as well as cooperation with peers. It is expected that students' self-image will be strengthened through systematic experiential learning and be able to enjoy campus life as soon as possible.

Pui Tak Guardian Association

Pui Tak Guardian Association was established in 2019. S.3 – S.6 students with a strong sense of duty and commitment are recruited to be Pui Tak Guardians. These Guardians assist different teams in carrying out their activities and take care of their S.1 – S.3 sisters. By providing peer support, Pui Tak Guardians cultivate a spirit of sisterhood and partnership at school.

Youth Leadership Training

 Students who demonstrate leadership potentialities are offered opportunities for systematic leadership training. Through a well-structured programme, students’ self-confidence, communication, cooperation and problem-solving skills are enhanced, eventually preparing them to be leaders of tomorrow.