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Life-wide Learning Activities
I Structure of the school activities
To maximize the mental and physical development of students, the school is providing students with systematic and diversified life-wide learning activities with the purpose of cultivating their generic skills under a conducive environment.
There are five big categories of life-wide learning activities: specialized trainings, leadership trainings, other activities, performances and competitions.

II Specialized trainings and leadership trainings
A. Requirements for enrolment
  • Form 1 students must attend at least one uniformed group or musical training.
  • Form 2 to Form 5 students may attend any leadership training or specialized training on a voluntary basis.
  • No students should be head of two groups. And the number of F.5 students in each group should not exceed a fixed quota.
  • No students should participate in more than 2 training programs.
B. Leadership trainings
1. Name: Uniformed Groups and Ambassadors Scheme
2. Purposes:
  • Allow students to receive leadership trainings systematically, and to nurture students with good leadership skills;
  • Allow students to serve other students and the school, and to nurture their spirit of service.
3. Basic principles:
  • To launch student-centred activities and to offer platforms for leadership training.
  • Every group stage different service activities for the sake of students’ interests.
4. Implementation details - The activities are divided into two big categories:
In-group training , external services/activities.

Types

In-group trainings

External services/activities

Purposes

Assist students in receiving leadership trainings systematically, and nurture students with good leadership skills

Assist students in serving other students and the school, nurture service spirit and promote school culture.

Suggestions

Meetings, workshops, training camps, visits, discussions, attending competitions.

Promotions, holding competitions, on-duty services, visits and so on.


5. Uniformed groups and ambassadors

Groups

Purposes

Work duties

Prefects (DC)

 

1. Develop an excellent and self-disciplined team to help   students correct deviant behaviors regulations and promote disciplinary education.

2. Through theoretical trainings and practical work, team members’ leadership skills, confidences, responsibilities, disciplinary, dedications are fostered.

3. Through various trainings, activities and jobs, students’ senses of missions, belongings and team spirits are cultivated.

1. Daily duty

2. Maintain order in hall

3. Check students’ school uniforms and appearance in the morning periodically.

4. Monitor classrooms during recesses and before lessons in the afternoon. Patrol the tuck-shop and playground for cleanliness. Assist teachers in maintaining order during lunch period.

5. Report deviant behaviors.

 

Students Union & House Committees

 

  1. Foster sense of excellence.
  2. Enhance students’ senses of belongings
  3. Facilitate communication among students.
  4. Foster team-spirit.

1. Hold inter-house competitions.

2. Lead students in House activities.

3. Seek for students’ welfares and benefits.

Audio-visual (AV) Ambassadors

 

  1. Assist teachers or students with school’s audio-visual equipment.
  2. Help to improve the audio and visual effects of various school functions.
  3. Broaden students’ horizons. Enable them to use the audio-visual equipment or prepare them with the skills to use them after they have entered society.
  4. Train students’ oratorical skills.
  5. Explore students’ performing talent.
  6. Foster students’ backstage leadership skills.
  7. In charge of whole school’s audio-visual equipment to ensure they are in function. Assist teachers or students in the effective use of audio-visual equipment in school.
  8. Provide equipment usages, and technical assistances. Offer periodic equipment maintenance and repairing services.
  9. In charge of stage music and lights during assemblies. Take videos for all stage performances or assemblies.
  10. Produce programs for KC Channel.
  11. Hold AV talks.
  12. Take videos of all school functions.
  13. Enter AV competitions.
    1. Reading Ambassadors

 

Develop students’ self-learning and reading abilities.

  1. Promote reading culture.
  2. Hold reading talks and book fairs.
  3. Manage library.
    1. Social Services Ambassadors

 

 

Concern about the community, broaden the horizon.

  1. External volunteer trainings
  2. Elderly home visits
  3. Other social services
    1. Guidance Prefects

1. Promote care and harmony.

2. Mentor junior students

1. Visit and experiential learning

2. Volunteering and leadership trainings

Evangelistic Ambassadors

Promote religious culture

1. Hold Gospel camps and Gospel weeks.

2. Bible study sharing.

3. Hold praying meetings.

4. Fellowship

Student Ambassadors

1. Receive guests

2. Foster students’ oratorical skills and nimble minds.

1. Receive guests

2. Introduce school history.

3. Master of ceremony.

Uniformed Groups
Boy Scouts

Venture Scouts

Boys Brigade

Junior Police Call

Through the team disciplinary training, the students:

1. Stay healthy;

2. Be responsible;

3. Develop leadership skills;

4. Have cooperative spirits.

And become good citizens and excellent social leaders.

1. Regular on-duty, patrols, hiking, camping, knotting and physical trainings.

2. On-duty outside school entrance in the morning.

3. Monthly flag-raising parade.

4. On-duty during large-scale ceremonies such as graduation ceremonies, parents’ days, foot-drills on sports days.


III General rules of life-wide learning activities

  • Attendance will be checked and students have to be punctual.
  • Prior notification is needed for casual leave. Students must not leave early or leave without prior permission. For those leaving without reason 3 times will be given a black mark.
  • Students should be obedient to the instructions of teachers in charge and committee members when attending activities.
  • Students should wear designated clothing and bring along needed items to attend meetings.
  • Students should mind their belongings during activities.
  • Request to change group or withdraw in the middle of the course is not allowed. If it is necessary, please bring along parents application letter for teacher consent.
  • If students are detained during activities’ period for being late for school or failing in handling homework, they are not allowed to attend any activities.
  • If student breaks school rules during attending activities and discipline teachers requires him to assist in investigation, the student is able to apply for leave owing to special situations. Any other special situations need the approval from Life-wide Learning Activities Coordinator.
  • Students should obey the safety rules during activities. In case of sickness or accident, students should stop the activities and report to teachers concerned swiftly.
  • All activities should be ended by 5:45 p.m. Teachers in charge should be present for the continuation of the activities. Students should not stay behind after 8:00 p.m.

IV External activity reminders
A. Activity rules
  1. If students fail to submit reply slips on designated date, they are not permitted to attend the related activities.
  2. Students should return to school on time. Overtime will be regarded as late.
  3. Absentees suffered from sudden illnesses must call the school 30 minutes before on that day to apply for sick leave. Leave application letters should be handed afterwards.
  4. If school suspension is announced due to bad weathers, students do not need to go to school for activities. If the activities are cancelled because of bad weathers, teachers in charge will inform students individually.
  5. Students should pay attention to the weather forecast and bring along rain gears.
  6. Students should bring along student identity cards and personal identity cards.
  7. Students should mind their personal belongings. They should not bring excessive money or valuable objects to avoid loss.
  8. Students should not bring comics, magazines or video games.
  9. During the activities, students should follow the teachers. They should not leave or act alone without permission. If accidents or emergencies occur, students should report to teachers or teaching staff for help.
  10. Students should be alert to their behaviors during activities for not ruining personal and school reputations.
  11. Students should stay away from animals (such as monkeys, cats or dogs). Students should not play with or feed them. Students should not ride or dabble or carry out other dangerous activities.
  12. Students should return to the assembling point on time. Students should only get onto the coach after roll call.
  13. All students should take the coach and return to school for dismissal.  Students can leave only after roll call.
  14. If students should stay at school after the activity, all students should leave at 5 p.m. and go home.

B. Clothing requirements
1. School uniform standard: the same as the daily school uniform standard.
2. Picnic clothing requirements:
  • T-shirt: all students should wear the school PE T-shirt.
  • Pants: students may wear the pants of the school winter sport outfits or blue jeans. Style must be simple. (If jacket is needed, students should wear the designated jacket of the school sport outfits or pullovers. Other jackets or pullovers in other styles and colors are not allowed.)
  • Shoes: students should wear sneakers mainly in white and white socks.
3. Students should not wear any accessory including necklace or bracelets.
4. Students should not wear make-up.  Hair should be as usual.
5. Students should wear the whole set of tidy outfits to school instead of changing them at school.
 
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