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Committees Working Objectives 

(Administration Committee)

  1. To enhance the transparency of the committee, we have formal and informal meetings between the school and staff. We believe that through communication, we can develop our staff¡¦s potential to the fullest and drive to a common goal.
  2. To evaluate school policies at times. Concern about our staff and give appropriate support in time.
  3. To keep abreast with latest education policies in Hong Kong and take corresponding actions accordingly.

(School Development and Evaluation Committee)

  1. To assess the school¡¦s performance in different areas.
  2. To conduct SWOT analysis of the whole school at different stages.
  3. To apply the give disciplines of organizational learning in daily practice.
  4. To give recommendations on:
    - strategies for continuous school development
    - staff development plan and programmes according to the five disciplines of organizational learning
    - school development plan and action plan

(Academic Committee)

  1. To enhance learning atmosphere.
  2. To enhance students' academic.
  3. To strengthen teaching effectiveness.
  4. To deveolp and improve the New Senior Secondary (NSS) Curriculum.

(Student Counselling Committee)

  1. To cater for learning diversity and broaden the horizons of students.
  2. To raise their awareness on moral education.

(Discipline Committee)

Principle: To provide a good learning environment to students

  1. Students:
    To teach students obey school rules voluntarily and hence start to love and care about others with a sense of discipline and responsibility.
  2. Teachers and Staff:
    To keep close relationship among teachers and staff and provide comfortable teaching environment for teachers. Students are taught to distinguish rights from wrongs and led to establish a right set of values towards life.
  3. Parents:
    To strengthen communication between parents and teachers.

(Moral and Civic Education Committee)

Principles:

  1. To help students develop positive values of life, possess good conducts and equip them with independence thinking. As a result, they can become responsible citizens with insight.
  2. To familiarize students with democracy, freedom, justice, peace, love, human rights, law and order, acceptance, faithfulness¡Ketc. Students are able to execute with what they are taught.
  3. Let students value their roles in
  4. a group and take responsible actions.


(Extra-curricular Activities Committee)

  1. To provide students with chances to raise their confidence, sense of satisfaction, as well as belonging to the school.
  2. To encourage students to keep their promise, so as to develop a sense of responsibility and a passion to serve others in need.
  3. To foster leaders to assist in the extra-curricular activities.
  4. To strengthen the roles of Houses, Clubs and Societies.
  5. To develop students¡¦ potential on the provision of different extra-curricular activities.
  6. To gain the support from parents by getting them to know the extra-curricular activities inside and outside school.


(Careers Committee)

  1. To help students discover their ability and develop effective learning strategies accordingly.
  2. To develop a habit of self-learning in students. By realizing the importance of learning, students obtain a higher level in academic and hence have more chances in further studies.
  3. To provide students with a wide scope of horizon and understanding of different career paths. Hence, students are able to specialize in their profession.


(Student Affairs Committee)

  1. To provide students¡¦ information when needed.
  2. To establish a comprehensive database of students.
  3. To help students apply for subsidies or assistance.
  4. To supervise tuck shop and lunchbox supplier, so that they provide hygienic food at reasonable price.


(Examination Committee)

  1. To provide students with ideal exams and tests environment.
  2. To provide students fair and efficient exams and tests procedures.
  3. To assist the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority in facilitating public examinations.


(Staff Affairs Committee)

  1. To raise teachers¡¦ profession in education.
  2. To provide a fair, progressive, systematic and caring teaching environment.


(Information and Technology Committee)

  1. To facilitate administration and management through the use of computers,
  2. To provide students¡¦ information within the school in using IT across the curriculum for reference and application.
  3. To assist teachers in other committees with advice on computer application.
  4. To promote more frequent applications of IT for teaching, learning and extra-curricular activities.
  5. To let students learn through internet.
  6. To build up effective skills in handling IT information and lifelong self-learning.


(General Affairs Committee)

  1. To monitor major and minor repairs, furniture and equipment, so as to raise the effectiveness on teaching and the sense of belonging of students.
  2. To supervise maintenance, repairs and replacement to minimize the technical problems caused on teaching.


(Audio-visual Committee)

  1. To purchase new audio-visual equipment to facilitate teaching.
  2. To assist teachers in producing audio-visual teaching materials and apply in daily classroom teaching.
  3. To encourage teachers participate in seminars to develop their own teaching materials.


(Crisis Management Team)

  1. To arouse the awareness of teachers about potential accidents or crisis.
  2. To propose and co-ordinate contingency measures.


(Home-school Co-operation Committee)

  1. To facilitate the PTA (Parent-Teacher Association) affairs to set up a communication network among parents and teachers.
  2. To let parents know the importance of home-school operation and hence participate in various activities.