Social Service and Civic Education

Cultivating the civic quality of the students is an essential element of whole-person education. Our school pays effort on developing students’ character and raising their civic consciousness and responsibility, so as to train students to be role models in society.

In order to develop students’ self-recognition and self-identity, and to foster their positive values such as empathy, compassion and commitment, our school organizes different assemblies, experiential learning programs, field trips and social services. We also promote “Service learning” which is a holistic learning process to broaden students’ exposure and nurture their compassion and empathy. In addition to students’ performance during the service, we also emphasize on pre-service value education and the feedback and reflection after the service.

Our school constructs a six-year framework (see fig.1) to cultivate students’ positive values and attitudes by promoting civic education. The core structure of the framework aims at nurturing our students with the seven priority values and attitudes: “Perseverance”, “Respect for Others”, “Responsibility”, “National Identity”, “Commitment”, “Integrity” and “Care for Others”.