According to our ‘One Life, One Activity’ policy, co-curricular activities (CCA) are activities that take place outside regular class teaching and yet are related to student learning. As such, they fall within the scope of the school curriculum.

CCA should have the following functions:

  1. Reinforcing classroom learning and allowing students to put their knowledge and skills into practice
  2. Facilitating the teaching of certain skills and the inculcation of certain values which may present difficulties in a formal classroom setting
  3. Promoting students’ personal development by broadening their interests, developing their potential and providing opportunities for character formation and leadership training
  4. promoting students’ social development by offering opportunities for the broadening of their social experiences, the practice of social skills and the internalization of moral and social values
  5. making school life more challenging and interesting.
Student Community 1 Student Union Student Union acts a bridge between school and students. It helps to promote mutual understanding and communication between both parties.
2 Matthew House Our school has four houses, and every student belongs to one. In their houses, students across all forms can communicate and develop teamwork. They can support and encourage each other and explore their potentials through participating in house activities in different roles, while also building a caring campus and cultivating their sense of belonging.
Mark House
Luke House
John House
3 Students’ Fellowship Through the diversified students’ fellowship activities, fostering students’ attitudes and equipping them as spiritual youth leaders.
4 Junior Police Call xx
Services 5 Community Youth Club and Volunteer Team xx
6 Library Club The Library Club aims to develop the leadership potential of student librarians and stretch their organisation and information management.
Academics 7 Chinese Club From the Chinese History and Culture Week, Calligraphy, Tea Art to different festival celebrations, we will organize various Chinese language and cultural activities throughtout the year. Every student has become our member already, but you are still welcome to join our commitee via contacting related teachers.
8 English Club English Club is a place for language learners to use English in a causal setting and users to sharpen their skills in a relaxed manner. In English Club, you get an opportunity to practise many different skills and enjoy fun activities such as cooking and baking, cultural parties with friends and conduct new cross cultural exchange.
Uniformed Services 9 Boy Scout xx
10 The Boys’ Brigade, HK xx
11 Flag-Guards xx
Chinese Culture Activities 12 Lion Dance xx
13 Chinese Juggling xx
14 Chinese Kung Fu xx
15 Chinese Traditional Handicraft xx
16 Chinese Calligraphy xx
Sports 17 Boys Junior Basketball Team xx
18 Boys Senior Basketball Team xx
19 Girls Basketball Team xx
20 Table Tennis Team xx
21 Badminton Team xx
Arts and Interests 22 Dance Club xx
23 Baking Club xx
24 Photography Club xx
26 Visual Arts Club xx
27 Campus TV xx


  1. All Secondary One to Five students must participate in at least 1 school club or sports team.
  2. All Secondary One students must participate in a uniform group.
  3. Due to tight study schedule, all Secondary Six students are allowed to decide whether they should participate in co-curricular activities on their own discrepancy.
  4. All students have to pass a physical fitness test before participating in any sports teams.
  5. Except the individuals with school approval, each student could only participate in a maximum of 2 co-curricular activities (school clubs and sport teams inclusive).
  6. To enable students to better-prepare for the school examinations, there will be no co-curricular activities one week before the examinations.
  7. All students have to submit the parent’s reply slip before attending any outdoor activities.
  8. Members should attend the activities organized by their school clubs and/or sports teams. Penalty would be imposed for absence without school permission. School club/sports team advisors would grade all members based on their performance as well as participation in the club activities. The grade(s) for co-curricular activities would be printed on the report card of each school term.


Students with active participation in the CCA would be awarded appreciation card(s) and/or merit(s) as a token of encouragement. Committee members and team leaders with excellent performance would be awarded merit(s) or a minor credit as recognition of great effort.


  1. Should a student be absent from any co-curricular activities due to sickness, he/she has to submit a written explanation of leave of absence together with the medical certificate of sick leave to the club advisor within 3 days.
  2. Should a student be absent from any co-curricular activities due to personal matters, he/she has to submit a written explanation of leave of absence (with parent’s signature) to the club advisor prior the day of absence.Should a student be not able to attend any co-curricular activities due to unexpected sickness during school time, he/she has to follow the school policy to apply for a sick leave on that day, and submit a written explanation of leave of absence together with the medical certificate of sick leave to the club advisor within 3 days.