Student Activities

Club Activities, Extra-curricular Classes and Special Training

Our School has over 40 clubs and extra-curricular groups. They are divided into various categories, namely Academic Learning, Interest, Services, Religious Faith, etc. Lively and challenging training camps such as the S.2 Student Growth Scheme, S.1 Adventure-based Guidance Training Camp and Student Leaders Training Camp are available to students for the purpose of enhancing their self-esteem and promoting cooperation.

Leadership Groups

The Student Association, the Disciplinary Prefect Association and the Four Houses help strengthen the communication between the School and students and enhance students' skills in leadership and organization. Students may form cabinets and stand for election, thereby enriching their experience in democracy and accountability.

Exchange and Study Tour

Students have opportunities to visit the mainland and overseas countries for cultural exchange e.g. the New Zealand English Study Tour, L.S. Study Tour and Japan Cultural Exchange Tour. Our School participates in the AFS Intercultural Programs and each year hosts an exchange student from abroad. The exchange student joins us in all school events so that our students can have a better understanding of the culture and lifestyle of different countries.

To provide students with on-the-spot learning experiences.

The Student Association is a group of student leaders elected by all students in the school after a whole-school consultation session. It serves to organize various activities to tighten the links between students and the School.

Every year the school receives an overseas exchange student

The English Study Tour is a wonderful opportunity for learning English and widening students’ horizon.

Cultural interflow with Seibi Gakuen Junior & Senior High School in Tokyo

Hong Kong-Mainland sister school exchanges

Student Activities

The School encourages students to stretch their potentials in multiple intelligence.

The School focuses on promoting spiritual education based on Christian and Salesian Principles

The Company Programme gives students the chance to obtain work experience.

School Awards and Scholarships

  • Outstanding Performance in Subject Awards

  • Improvement Awards

  • Conduct Awards

  • Service Awards

  • Leadership Awards

  • St. Mary Mazzarello's Award and the Retired Principal’s Scholarship

  • May Chan Scholarship of Future Scholars

  • Gerald Siu Scholarship Scheme

  • Parent-Teacher Association Scholarship

  • Outstanding Reader Award Scheme

  • Past Pupil Association – Laura Vicuna Scholarship

  • Outstanding Student Award Scheme

  • St. Savio Scholarship

  • Mother Morano Scholarship

  • School Target Award Scheme

Moral and Academic Development

  • School Assemblies and Form Assemblies are conducted each week. S.1 students have additional short assemblies. This is the time when teachers or guest speakers share with students their reflections on the wisdom of life, either in person or through broadcasts.

  • There are Ethics & Religious Education lessons at all levels that focus on the search for true values and positive attitudes through daily life experiences.

  • The School encourages students to take part in long-term community service. It helps to build in students a strong will and a spirit to serve others. Students are expected to make a positive contribution to society and fulfill the civic responsibilities of a citizen.

  • In S.1, Social Studies lessons are conducted in all classes to help students grasp knowledge of local history and geography.

  • There are Life and Society lessons in S.1 to S.3 that help to enhance their civic awareness and prepare them for the Citizenship and Social Development in the Senior Secondary Curriculum.

  • There are two class teachers in each class of S.1-S.6. S.1-S.6 students have sessions on Careers Education which aim at providing direction for early pursuit of both career and life orientation.

  • For the purpose of upgrading language skills, there is reading time in class for S.1 to S.6. Students are offered Online English Learning Programme during non-school hours. They also have opportunities for public speaking in and outside classrooms.

  • Every year, the Life Planning Education and Career Guidance Team organizes various activities to meet the needs of students at different levels in a coordinated, progressive and systematic manner.

  • Junior level students have participated in the “Cross-curricular Project-Based Learning Scheme” since 1999. It aims to develop students’ abilities in self-learning and inter-personal communication. It also trains students’ data collection skills and helps develop analytical minds.

  • Computer Literacy lessons in junior levels focus on the application of common computer software and training in logical thinking. All students can have access to the Computer Room during their free time in school. This facilitates their early and quick mastery of information technology, thereby enabling students to learn more effectively.

Supportive Arrangements for S.1 Students and Parents

An S.1 Adaptation Programme, aiming to help S.1 students adapt to our school routines and culture so as to become a true Siumingian is implemented. The activities are as follows:

  • S.1 students are offered an S.1 Preparatory Class, which prepares them for the new curriculum and allows them to adapt quickly to the mode of instruction.

  • S.1 students are helped by the Senior Student Helpers to adapt easily to the new study environment.

  • S.1 classes have two class teachers. This promotes better understanding and a closer relationship between class teachers and students.

  • The “Adventure-based Guidance Camp” allows S.1 students to develop their communication skills, team spirit and problem-solving abilities.

  • The “Sports and Art Development Scheme for Junior Forms” helps to enhance S.1 students’ confidence, perseverance, presentation skills and aesthetic sense.

  • Parents of S.1 students are invited to the Orientation and Parents’ Gatherings for direct communication with the School.

  • Parents of S.1 students have the chance to sit in classes of various subjects to understand further the study environment of their children.

  • Learning Strategies Workshop for S.1 helps to enhance the learning effectiveness of students.

Parent-Teacher Association

The committee members of the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) meet bimonthly to organize or participate in various activities such as the Classroom Open Day, Orientation Barbecue, seminars, Parenting Courses and school uniform lending service. The PTA offers parents a good chance for interaction among themselves and with the School. The PTA also recognizes students' efforts in academic studies by granting scholarships and promotes students’ balanced development by sponsoring activities.