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Pastoral Council

Objectives
  1. To review and develop policy in regards to Pastoral issues.
  2. To coordinate the activities of the School Pastoral Teams.
  3. To deliver pastoral counselling in a planned and systematic manner and to ensure that there is no duplication of activities.
Committee 
Chairman Vice Principal Miss Tang Cecilia
Secretary Guidance Coordinator Miss Yau Irene
Members














 
Service Learning Mr. Chan Kam Ming
Discipline Mr. Leung Steve
Home School Co-operation Mr. Chan Tong
Civic Education Mr. Ng Gordon
Extra-curricular Activities (ECA) Mr. Yeung Simon
Careers Coordinator Mrs. Chow Florence
Pastoral Assistant Mr. Tse Francis
Social Worker Mr. Ng Abraham
Assembly Coordinator Mr. Wong Chi Shing



Staff Welfare Team

Objectives 
To provide for the pastoral needs of staff in liason with the Principal and SMT.

Committee
Chairperson Mr. Kwan Keith
Secretary Mr. So Victor
Members Miss Au Mei Ho
Mr. Ho Gary
Mr. Lo Simon
Mr. Poon Kin Wah
Mr. So Victor
Miss Yau Irene
Mr. Chan Tong
Mr. Hui Joseph
Mr. Leung Steve
Mr. Shum Stanley
Miss Tam Wai Ling
Miss Cheng Joanne
Miss Ip Carol
Miss Lui Serene
Dr. Sin Man Fai
Mr. Wong Martin
 


Hospitality Team

Objectives 
  1. To receive guests at important school and social functions.
  2. To liaise with related committees / associations in connection with school hospitality matters.
Committee
Coordinator Miss Lam Shirley
Members Mr. Chan Gary
Miss Chiang Grace
Miss Poon Amy
Miss Cheng Joanne
Miss Ip Carol
Miss Cheung Alsace
Mr. Mak Marco
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia
  


Guidance Team

 Objectives 
  1. To provide pastoral guidance to boys in regards to emotional or behavioural issues.
  2. To help boys understand their strengths and weaknesses, enhance their self-esteem, improve their communication skills, and set goals in the future.
Committee
Teacher-in-charge Miss Yau Irene (Coordinator)
Social Worker Mr. Ng Abraham
Team members Miss Au Mei Ho
Mr. Law Pui Keung
 
Mr. Kwan Keith
Dr. Sin Man Fai
Mr. Chan Gary
Miss Lau Pauline
Miss Sy Josephine
Mr. Sin Jim
Miss Tang Clarice
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia
 
Programmes
  1. Case Handling
    To promote whole-person development of students, an integrated guidance and discipline approach is adopted. The Guidance Team manages emotional, behavioural and adjustment problems while students who demonstrate serious personal, family, and peer problems are referred to the school social worker. Cases involving serious offences will be managed by the Discipline Master. Repeated latecomers cases are handled by guidance teachers. Those who show little or no improvement after counselling are referred to the Discipline Master or school social worker.
  2. Preventive and Developmental Programmes
    1. The Form 1 Form Teacher Parent Meeting– an annual function which gives the new Form 1 students and parents a basic understanding of the school environment and facilities.
    2. Introduction of counselling service to Form 1 students – class visits are conducted to introduce the school social work and counselling services
    3. Recruitment of G.C. volunteers – senior students are recruited and divided into different groups. Training sessions are provided before badges are conferred.
    4. The Buddies Scheme – F.1 students selected by Form Teachers are matched with F.4 buddies recommended by teachers.
    5. Peer Counselors’ Scheme – F.2 and F.3 students referred by their Form Teachers are matched with F.6 Peer Counselors. The programme aims at helping F.2 and F.3 students with academic and / or behavioural issues.
    6. Personal Growth through adventure-based activities – the programme is run with the help of social workers. The activities help participants explore their strengths and weaknesses and set goals for the future.
    7. Guidance talks on topics like Relationships and Sexuality, are arranged for students of different Forms.
    8. Counselling students referred by teachers. Guidance teachers provide counselling services to students who may have learning, emotional, or behavioural problems.
  3. Group and Case activities
    Individual guidance is given to pupils who are either self-referred or teacher-referred. Staff development and case conferences are held every now and then.
 

Careers Team

Objectives 
  1. To help students to achieve a better understanding of themselves and explore their interests, and aspirations.
  2. To assist students in making well-informed choices regarding their further education and future careers.
Committee
Teacher-in-charge Mrs. Chow Florence (Careers Coordinator)
Team members Miss Cheung Alsace
Miss Lam Becky
Mr. Lo Simon
Miss Chiang Grace
Mr. Lee William
Mr. Ma Martin
Mr. Fong Joseph
Mr. Wong Tim
Mr. Chan Philip 
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia
 
Job Description
  1. To collect, update, and disseminate information on further education, job opportunities, scholarships, and relevant education training programmes, and display them on the Notice Board on the South Wing of the 1st floor, the Careers Library in Room A3-36, Aimar Wing.
  2. Recruit student volunteers who assist in career programmes.
  3. Conduct surveys on entry requirements of tertiary institutions in Hong Kong and overseas, their different careers and education opportunities, and design careers programmes upon the survey findings.
  4. Process applications for further studies (transcripts and letters of recommendation).
  5. Invite guest speakers to talk on study and work opportunities and organize careers visits, giving students exposure to the working world.
  6. Organize workshops for applications to overseas studies.
  7. Provide individual and group guidance on study and job opportunities.
  8. Collect statistics from Form 3, and 6 students on their choice of study and aspiring careers.
  9. Collect Statistics on school leavers.
  10. Help students process applications for scholarships and awards. Provide interview training for nominees.
  11. Organise simulated interviews for students applying for further studies.  
Careers Programmes
Form 1 - 2 Programme on self-understanding and learning about the career world
Form 3 Talks on F.4 Placement
Form 4 Talks on careers exploration
Form 5 / 6 Talks on overseas university application
Form 5 / 6 Talks on JUPAS, Interviewing Workshop
Form 3 - 6 Careers Talks
Form 3 - 6 Talks on oral and presentation skills
Form 3 - 6 Workplace visits
Form 4 - 6 Job shadowing programme
 


Discipline Committees

Objectives 
  1. To adopt a preventive and proactive approach in school discipline.
  2. To improve school discipline and order through a collaborative approach by adopting a 3-tier structure: School Discipline Board, School Discipline Team, and Student Association (SA) Discipline Board.
  3. To handle very serious discipline cases through the Serious Case Panel.
  4. To develop students’ self-discipline and self-control.
  5. To develop students’ accountability for their behaviour and responsibility for life.
  6. To promote the values of honesty, fairness, and respect for others.
  7. To enable self-reflection, conflict-resolution, and correction of misbehaviour in students.
  8. To review existing school discipline policy and measures in relation to changes in society.
 

School Discipline Board

Objectives 
  1. To review the discipline cases report annually.
  2. To decide on the areas for concern for the Discipline Team in the next school year.
  3. To review and recommend new disciplinary policies and measures to the Principal. 
Members






 
Miss Tang Cecilia
Discipline Master (students’ discipline)
Guidance Master (students’ counselling)
Teacher Representative
Social Worker

  

School Discipline Team

Committee
Chairman Mr. Leung Steve
Members






 
Mr. Chan Samuel Mr. Coique Patrice
Mr. Kuk Eric Mr Kwong Patrick
Mr. Lee Flora Ms. Ma Joanne
Mr. Ng Gordon Mr. Poon Kin Wah
Ms Tam Ronnie Mr. Wong Martin
Ms Woo Crystal Mr Yip Bart
Ms Yuen Janet  
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia

 

Assembly Team

Objectives
  1. To mark the opening and end of school year with whole school assemblies.
  2. To organize Graduation Assemblies.
  3. To coordinate the talks organized by the Pastoral teams.
  4. To coordinate the talks organized by the OLE teams.
  5. To maintain an orderly and balanced arrangement of assemblies so that they are evenly spread out across the year and across the forms.
Committee 
Chairperson Mr. Wong Chi Shing
Members


 
Mrs. Chow Florence Miss Lee Flora
Miss Lo Sina Miss Luk Mee Lin
Miss Sy Josephine
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia

 

Home-School Cooperation Team

Objectives
  1. To enhance home-school relationships.
  2. To develop effective home-school policies.
  3. To bridge the communication between the school and parent.
  4. To align expectation and needs from both the school and the parents.
  5. To contribute and support the school and PTA in activities beneficial to students’ mental and academic growth.
Committee
Teacher-in-charge Mr. Chan Tong
Team members






 
Mr. Chan Yiu Yeung Miss Ip Carol
Miss Law Helen Mr. Ma Kin Kwok
Mr. Ma Martin Dr. Sin Man Fai
Mr. Szeto Man Ho  
Mr. Lau Wai Hung (Reading Club) Mr. Mak Marco (Reading Club)
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia

Activities include:
  1. Teachers’ Day.
  2. PTA Standing Committee Election & Annual General Meeting.
  3. Parent-Teacher Gatherings.
  4. PTA Annual Dinner.
  5. PTA China Study Tour.
  6. PTA Standing Committee meetings.
  7. PTA Parent Education Seminars.
  8. Reading Club activities organized by PTA.
  9. Recreational activities organized by PTA.

 

Heritage Team

Objectives 
  1. To collect, organise and preserve Lasallian achievements and archives.
  2. To encourage students to learn and admire our achievement.
  3. To provide support for school and student functions, Old Boys’ Association, PTA and other Lasallian schools by supplying materials concerning the legacy of our magnificent school.
  4. To develop students’ skills in data collection, research, organisation, data presentation and the running of a committee. 
Committee
Teacher-in-charge


 
Miss Fung Tammy
Mr. Chan Kam Ming
Miss Yeung Linda

  

Student Association Steering Committee

Objectives
  1. To advise and supervise the Student Association.
  2. To set up a Presidential Election Committee to help organize the election.
  3. To screen, interview, and approve of the inauguration of new cabinet of Student Association.
  4. To make suggestions and recommendations to each SA activity and programme.
  5. To hold regular meeting with Student Association and receive progress reports, evaluation reports, and financial statements from the executive committee members at each meeting.
  6. To advise the Student Association on Joint School Programmes and any other programmes involving external organizations.
  7. To provide guidance and facilitate “passing the torch” to the following years student leaders.
  8. To serve as a bridge between the Principal and the student body.
  9. To help foster the personal growth of the SA student leaders in leadership, wisdom, responsibility, integrity, accountability and commitment to excellence.
Committee 
Chairperson Miss Tang Cecilia
Members


 
Mrs. Chow Florence Mr. Hui Joseph
Miss Lam Becky Mr. So Victor
Mr Yeung Simon
Advisor Mr Tong Wun Sing

  

Service Learning Team

Objectives
  1. To offer a unique opportunity for students to respond to Christ's call to the service of others.
  2. To challenge the students to look beyond their own concerns and to allow the students to see that they have both the gifts and the responsibility to reach out to others, particularly the less fortunate.
  3. To liaise with other service groups in the school.
  4. To liaise with NGOs outside school.
  5. To help students reflect on their service experiences and construct something meaningful out of them.
  6. To facilitate students to record their services rendered inside and outside school in a systematic way.
Committee 
Coordinator Mr. Chan Kam Ming
Secretary Mrs. Cheung Mary
Members






 
Miss Au Mei Ho Mr. Chan Yiu Yeung
Miss Cheng Joanne Miss Ip Carol
Mr. Fong Joseph Mr. Mak John
Miss Yip Joyee Miss Tang Clarice
Mr. Ng Abraham (School Social Worker)
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia
 


Civic Education Team

Objectives 
  1. To enable students to develop an understanding of the concern for local social conditions, the rights and duties of citizens, the functioning of the government, and communication between the government and the people.
  2. To help students become aware of, and understand matters of concern for, Hong Kong, China, and the world.
  3. To help students understand the special features of Chinese culture, and identity, and strengthen their esteem for it.
  4. To cultivate in students a sense of communal identity and belonging, to nurture their concern for the nation and its peoples’ lives, to remind them of their responsibility as a citizen, to enhance their interpersonal relationship, and to strengthen their awareness of the relations and conflicts in the international area.
Committee 
Coordinator Mr. Ng Gordon
Secretary Mrs. Cheung Mary
Members


 
Mrs. Chow Florence Mr. Hui Joseph
Miss Lam Becky Mr. So Victor
Mr Yeung Simon
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia

Activities include:
  1. Recruitment and training of Student Civic Education Ambassadors
  2. F.1 and F.2 Inter-class Board Display Competition
  3. Talk on "Bullying and Violence in school" for F.2 and F.3
  4. F.3 Chinese Essay Writing Competition
  5. Talk on "Drug Abuse" for F.4
  6. ICAC Interactive Drama Performance for F.5
  7. Several F.4 students attend "Teen Talk 2011" activity organized by the Law Society of Hong Kong
  8. Board display on current issues related to civic education, social and national education
  9. National Education Trip - Xinhai Revolution for F.3, F.4 and F.5
 

Lasallite Editorial Board

The Lasallite Editorial Board is responsible for the publication of the Lasallite, the school annual Yearbook.   

Committee 
Teacher-in-charge Miss Tang Cecilia
Teacher Advisors, English Miss Chiang Grace Mrs. Chan Jolene
Teacher Advisors, Chinese Mr. Lau Wai Hung Miss Tai Mo Hing

 

Form Teachers’ Period Committee

Committee
Chairperson Miss Tang Cecilia
Members 
F.1-3 Form Teachers
Mrs. Cheung Mary
Mr. Leung Peter
Miss Yau Irene
Mrs. Chow Florence
Miss Lo Sina
Miss Poon Amy
Mr. Fong Joseph
Miss Ma Joanne
Mr. Wong Chi Shing
Members 
F.4-6 Form Teachers
Miss Chiang Grace
Mr. Hui Joseph
Mrs. Chow Florence Mr. Fong Joseph
 

 

Objectives
  1. To imbue students with good moral values and equip them with practical life skills which prepare them for future challenges.
  2. To help students develop a positive outlook on life and cultivate a healthy mental/physical mindset.
  3. To nurture students to be men of good character – honest, responsible, fair-minded, broad-minded,committed to excellence, and self-disciplined.
  4. To help students gain wider exposure and acceptance of different aspects and viewpoints in life.
  5. To engage students in lifelong learning and to live a healthy, balanced, happy, and fulfilling life.    
Regulations
  1. The Form Teachers’ Period Committee comprises of two groups: F.1-3 Form Teachers and F.4-6 Form Teachers.
  2. The theme of F.1-3 Form Teachers’ Period is Moral Education, the theme of F.4-6 Form Teachers’ Period is Life Skills Development.
  3. Eight topics are included in Moral Education:
    1) Good Discipline & Good Citizenship;
    2) Lasallian Spirituality;
    3) Respect;
    4) Responsibility;
    5) Career Education;
    6) Relationship;
    7) Love, Empathy & Compassion;
    8) Problem Solving;
    9) Sex Education
  4. Eight topics are included in Life Skills Development:
    1) Skills of Understanding Self;
    2) Leadership Skills;
    3) Handling Setbacks and Stress Management;
    4) Relationship and Responsibility;
    5) Etiquette;
    6) Management of Finance;
    7) Career Planning Competencies;
    8) Thinking Outside the Box
    9) Success Skills
    10) JUPAS Application
  5. Calendars are drawn which cover the date of implementation of each topic and evaluation meeting.
  6. Two committees are set up to design the manuals for conducting Moral Education and Life Skills Development during Form Teachers’ Period.
  7. The teaching materials will be given to all form teachers one week before implementation of the topic after briefing and explaining to them the objectives and use of the manual.
  8. An evaluation will be held after finishing each topic: All students and all Form Teachers will attempt the evaluation.
  9. The data in the evaluation forms will be analyzed. The feedback and result will be disseminated to Form Teachers and teachers who prepare the manual to facilitate improvement and further progress.
    * Topics 8-10 in Life Skills Development are for F.6 only.      

 

ECA Coordination Team

Committee 
ECA Coordinator Mr. Yeung Simon
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia
Members








 
Mr. Chan Gary Mr. Chan Samuel
Mr. Ho Gary Mr. Kuk Eric
Miss Lam Shirley Miss Lee Flora
Mr. Leung Peter Mr. Ma Kin Kwok
Mr. Mak John Mr. Tinnok Ng
Mr. Wan Christian Miss Yuen Janet
Objectives
  1. To extend the scope of learning from classroom to other environments.
  2. To develop students' multiple intelligence, creative, and innovation competences.
  3. To provide opportunity for all-round development by offering different extension programmes.
  4. To provide opportunity for leadership.
  5. To promote a positive competitive spirit.
  6. To monitor the CCB in disciplining all internal and external extra-curricular activities initiated by clubs and societies.
  7. To issue a Weekly Bulletin to compile and record all external and internal school activities.
  8. To ensure all posters are posted and arranged in their proper display areas.
  9. To monitor all requests for booking of movable display boards and window billboards.
  10. To monitor the issuance and data input of all students’ activities record.
Regulations
  1. Students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities.
  2. An ECA Promotion Fair will be conducted in late September to facilitate F.1 to F.4 students club membership enrolment.
  3. F. 1 students are to enroll in at least 3 and no more than 4 clubs - one Cultural, one Sports, one Service.
  4. F. 2 to F.4 students are to enroll in at least 2 and no more than 3 clubs.
  5. Failure to attend club activities may result in membership status not being posted on the SAP, depending on Teacher Advisor’s discretion.
  6. To meet the changing needs, the school will have the discretion to dissolve any outdated or inactive club or societies. (See 'Guidelines for Running Clubs")
Guidelines for the Issuance of the SAP / SLP
  1. Students’ activities, as well as awards and achievements, will be recorded in the students’individual i-portfolio section under the e-class system.
  2. Under the new NSS system, F.6 students will be issued a Student Learning Profile (SLP) recording their activities undertaken in school F.4- F.6..
  3. F.1 to F.5 students will be issued a Student Activities Profile (SAP).
  4. The School official ECA record in the SAP/SLP will include only the following:
    4.1 Awards and Achievements:
         4.1.1 The first 3 places of interschool competitions, namely First, Second and Third. Winners winning the Fourth
                  place title in any Sports events will also be recorded as it is an official title recognized by the HKSSF.
         4.1.2 Students attaining scholarships and awards conferred by government / educational organizations.
         4.1.3 The following will not be officially recorded under Awards and Achievements:
                  - Awards for winners bearing the ‘Merit’ title
                  - Awards for any interschool or regional competitions undertaken by students themselves but not nominated /
                    recommended by school
                  - Any title of recognition given for helpers in school functions (although hours will count for recognized
                    community service of OLE (see P.92))
    4.2 Posts:
          4.2.1 SA Exco and officials
          4.2.2 Officials of approved School Teams and Functional Teams
          4.2.3 Club officials
          4.2.4 Approved duty posts in class
          4.3 Members of clubs and societies
          4.4 Students can build up their own personal profile to record the learning experiences mentioned in 4.1.3 or
                performances on other aspects and put down in OEA (Other Experiences and Awards) of their own award in F.6
                JUPAS application.
  5. A list of officially recognized posts is listed in the ECA section on the School Homepage. Any other posts will not be officially recognized or recorded. Club officials are advised not to make up posts of their own liking.
  6. Students will check and confirm the accuracy of the SLP input via email at the end of May. 

 

Pastoral Teams

 

Pastoral Council

Objectives
  1. To review and develop policy in regards to Pastoral issues.
  2. To coordinate the activities of the School Pastoral Teams.
  3. To deliver pastoral counselling in a planned and systematic manner and to ensure that there is no duplication of activities.
Committee 
Chairman Vice Principal Miss Tang Cecilia
Secretary Guidance Coordinator Miss Yau Irene
Members














 
Service Learning Mr. Chan Kam Ming
Discipline Mr. Leung Steve
Home School Co-operation Mr. Chan Tong
Civic Education Mr. Ng Gordon
Extra-curricular Activities (ECA) Mr. Yeung Simon
Careers Coordinator Mrs. Chow Florence
Pastoral Assistant Mr. Tse Francis
Social Worker Mr. Ng Abraham
Assembly Coordinator Mr. Wong Chi Shing



Staff Welfare Team

Objectives 
To provide for the pastoral needs of staff in liason with the Principal and SMT.

Committee
Chairperson Mr. Kwan Keith
Secretary Mr. So Victor
Members Miss Au Mei Ho
Mr. Ho Gary
Mr. Lo Simon
Mr. Poon Kin Wah
Mr. So Victor
Miss Yau Irene
Mr. Chan Tong
Mr. Hui Joseph
Mr. Leung Steve
Mr. Shum Stanley
Miss Tam Wai Ling
Miss Cheng Joanne
Miss Ip Carol
Miss Lui Serene
Dr. Sin Man Fai
Mr. Wong Martin
 


Hospitality Team

Objectives 
  1. To receive guests at important school and social functions.
  2. To liaise with related committees / associations in connection with school hospitality matters.
Committee
Coordinator Miss Lam Shirley
Members Mr. Chan Gary
Miss Chiang Grace
Miss Poon Amy
Miss Cheng Joanne
Miss Ip Carol
Miss Cheung Alsace
Mr. Mak Marco
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia
  


Guidance Team

 Objectives 
  1. To provide pastoral guidance to boys in regards to emotional or behavioural issues.
  2. To help boys understand their strengths and weaknesses, enhance their self-esteem, improve their communication skills, and set goals in the future.
Committee
Teacher-in-charge Miss Yau Irene (Coordinator)
Social Worker Mr. Ng Abraham
Team members Miss Au Mei Ho
Mr. Law Pui Keung
 
Mr. Kwan Keith
Dr. Sin Man Fai
Mr. Chan Gary
Miss Lau Pauline
Miss Sy Josephine
Mr. Sin Jim
Miss Tang Clarice
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia
 
Programmes
  1. Case Handling
    To promote whole-person development of students, an integrated guidance and discipline approach is adopted. The Guidance Team manages emotional, behavioural and adjustment problems while students who demonstrate serious personal, family, and peer problems are referred to the school social worker. Cases involving serious offences will be managed by the Discipline Master. Repeated latecomers cases are handled by guidance teachers. Those who show little or no improvement after counselling are referred to the Discipline Master or school social worker.
  2. Preventive and Developmental Programmes
    1. The Form 1 Form Teacher Parent Meeting– an annual function which gives the new Form 1 students and parents a basic understanding of the school environment and facilities.
    2. Introduction of counselling service to Form 1 students – class visits are conducted to introduce the school social work and counselling services
    3. Recruitment of G.C. volunteers – senior students are recruited and divided into different groups. Training sessions are provided before badges are conferred.
    4. The Buddies Scheme – F.1 students selected by Form Teachers are matched with F.4 buddies recommended by teachers.
    5. Peer Counselors’ Scheme – F.2 and F.3 students referred by their Form Teachers are matched with F.6 Peer Counselors. The programme aims at helping F.2 and F.3 students with academic and / or behavioural issues.
    6. Personal Growth through adventure-based activities – the programme is run with the help of social workers. The activities help participants explore their strengths and weaknesses and set goals for the future.
    7. Guidance talks on topics like Relationships and Sexuality, are arranged for students of different Forms.
    8. Counselling students referred by teachers. Guidance teachers provide counselling services to students who may have learning, emotional, or behavioural problems.
  3. Group and Case activities
    Individual guidance is given to pupils who are either self-referred or teacher-referred. Staff development and case conferences are held every now and then.
 

Careers Team

Objectives 
  1. To help students to achieve a better understanding of themselves and explore their interests, and aspirations.
  2. To assist students in making well-informed choices regarding their further education and future careers.
Committee
Teacher-in-charge Mrs. Chow Florence (Careers Coordinator)
Team members Miss Cheung Alsace
Miss Lam Becky
Mr. Lo Simon
Miss Chiang Grace
Mr. Lee William
Mr. Ma Martin
Mr. Fong Joseph
Mr. Wong Tim
Mr. Chan Philip 
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia
 
Job Description
  1. To collect, update, and disseminate information on further education, job opportunities, scholarships, and relevant education training programmes, and display them on the Notice Board on the South Wing of the 1st floor, the Careers Library in Room A3-36, Aimar Wing.
  2. Recruit student volunteers who assist in career programmes.
  3. Conduct surveys on entry requirements of tertiary institutions in Hong Kong and overseas, their different careers and education opportunities, and design careers programmes upon the survey findings.
  4. Process applications for further studies (transcripts and letters of recommendation).
  5. Invite guest speakers to talk on study and work opportunities and organize careers visits, giving students exposure to the working world.
  6. Organize workshops for applications to overseas studies.
  7. Provide individual and group guidance on study and job opportunities.
  8. Collect statistics from Form 3, and 6 students on their choice of study and aspiring careers.
  9. Collect Statistics on school leavers.
  10. Help students process applications for scholarships and awards. Provide interview training for nominees.
  11. Organise simulated interviews for students applying for further studies.  
Careers Programmes
Form 1 - 2 Programme on self-understanding and learning about the career world
Form 3 Talks on F.4 Placement
Form 4 Talks on careers exploration
Form 5 / 6 Talks on overseas university application
Form 5 / 6 Talks on JUPAS, Interviewing Workshop
Form 3 - 6 Careers Talks
Form 3 - 6 Talks on oral and presentation skills
Form 3 - 6 Workplace visits
Form 4 - 6 Job shadowing programme
 


Discipline Committees

Objectives 
  1. To adopt a preventive and proactive approach in school discipline.
  2. To improve school discipline and order through a collaborative approach by adopting a 3-tier structure: School Discipline Board, School Discipline Team, and Student Association (SA) Discipline Board.
  3. To handle very serious discipline cases through the Serious Case Panel.
  4. To develop students’ self-discipline and self-control.
  5. To develop students’ accountability for their behaviour and responsibility for life.
  6. To promote the values of honesty, fairness, and respect for others.
  7. To enable self-reflection, conflict-resolution, and correction of misbehaviour in students.
  8. To review existing school discipline policy and measures in relation to changes in society.
 

School Discipline Board

Objectives 
  1. To review the discipline cases report annually.
  2. To decide on the areas for concern for the Discipline Team in the next school year.
  3. To review and recommend new disciplinary policies and measures to the Principal. 
Members






 
Miss Tang Cecilia
Discipline Master (students’ discipline)
Guidance Master (students’ counselling)
Teacher Representative
Social Worker

  

School Discipline Team

Committee
Chairman Mr. Leung Steve
Members






 
Mr. Chan Samuel Mr. Coique Patrice
Mr. Kuk Eric Mr Kwong Patrick
Mr. Lee Flora Ms. Ma Joanne
Mr. Ng Gordon Mr. Poon Kin Wah
Ms Tam Ronnie Mr. Wong Martin
Ms Woo Crystal Mr Yip Bart
Ms Yuen Janet  
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia

 

Assembly Team

Objectives
  1. To mark the opening and end of school year with whole school assemblies.
  2. To organize Graduation Assemblies.
  3. To coordinate the talks organized by the Pastoral teams.
  4. To coordinate the talks organized by the OLE teams.
  5. To maintain an orderly and balanced arrangement of assemblies so that they are evenly spread out across the year and across the forms.
Committee 
Chairperson Mr. Wong Chi Shing
Members


 
Mrs. Chow Florence Miss Lee Flora
Miss Lo Sina Miss Luk Mee Lin
Miss Sy Josephine
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia

 

Home-School Cooperation Team

Objectives
  1. To enhance home-school relationships.
  2. To develop effective home-school policies.
  3. To bridge the communication between the school and parent.
  4. To align expectation and needs from both the school and the parents.
  5. To contribute and support the school and PTA in activities beneficial to students’ mental and academic growth.
Committee
Teacher-in-charge Mr. Chan Tong
Team members






 
Mr. Chan Yiu Yeung Miss Ip Carol
Miss Law Helen Mr. Ma Kin Kwok
Mr. Ma Martin Dr. Sin Man Fai
Mr. Szeto Man Ho  
Mr. Lau Wai Hung (Reading Club) Mr. Mak Marco (Reading Club)
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia

Activities include:
  1. Teachers’ Day.
  2. PTA Standing Committee Election & Annual General Meeting.
  3. Parent-Teacher Gatherings.
  4. PTA Annual Dinner.
  5. PTA China Study Tour.
  6. PTA Standing Committee meetings.
  7. PTA Parent Education Seminars.
  8. Reading Club activities organized by PTA.
  9. Recreational activities organized by PTA.

 

Heritage Team

Objectives 
  1. To collect, organise and preserve Lasallian achievements and archives.
  2. To encourage students to learn and admire our achievement.
  3. To provide support for school and student functions, Old Boys’ Association, PTA and other Lasallian schools by supplying materials concerning the legacy of our magnificent school.
  4. To develop students’ skills in data collection, research, organisation, data presentation and the running of a committee. 
Committee
Teacher-in-charge


 
Miss Fung Tammy
Mr. Chan Kam Ming
Miss Yeung Linda

  

Student Association Steering Committee

Objectives
  1. To advise and supervise the Student Association.
  2. To set up a Presidential Election Committee to help organize the election.
  3. To screen, interview, and approve of the inauguration of new cabinet of Student Association.
  4. To make suggestions and recommendations to each SA activity and programme.
  5. To hold regular meeting with Student Association and receive progress reports, evaluation reports, and financial statements from the executive committee members at each meeting.
  6. To advise the Student Association on Joint School Programmes and any other programmes involving external organizations.
  7. To provide guidance and facilitate “passing the torch” to the following years student leaders.
  8. To serve as a bridge between the Principal and the student body.
  9. To help foster the personal growth of the SA student leaders in leadership, wisdom, responsibility, integrity, accountability and commitment to excellence.
Committee 
Chairperson Miss Tang Cecilia
Members


 
Mrs. Chow Florence Mr. Hui Joseph
Miss Lam Becky Mr. So Victor
Mr Yeung Simon
Advisor Mr Tong Wun Sing

  

Service Learning Team

Objectives
  1. To offer a unique opportunity for students to respond to Christ's call to the service of others.
  2. To challenge the students to look beyond their own concerns and to allow the students to see that they have both the gifts and the responsibility to reach out to others, particularly the less fortunate.
  3. To liaise with other service groups in the school.
  4. To liaise with NGOs outside school.
  5. To help students reflect on their service experiences and construct something meaningful out of them.
  6. To facilitate students to record their services rendered inside and outside school in a systematic way.
Committee 
Coordinator Mr. Chan Kam Ming
Secretary Mrs. Cheung Mary
Members






 
Miss Au Mei Ho Mr. Chan Yiu Yeung
Miss Cheng Joanne Miss Ip Carol
Mr. Fong Joseph Mr. Mak John
Miss Yip Joyee Miss Tang Clarice
Mr. Ng Abraham (School Social Worker)
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia
 


Civic Education Team

Objectives 
  1. To enable students to develop an understanding of the concern for local social conditions, the rights and duties of citizens, the functioning of the government, and communication between the government and the people.
  2. To help students become aware of, and understand matters of concern for, Hong Kong, China, and the world.
  3. To help students understand the special features of Chinese culture, and identity, and strengthen their esteem for it.
  4. To cultivate in students a sense of communal identity and belonging, to nurture their concern for the nation and its peoples’ lives, to remind them of their responsibility as a citizen, to enhance their interpersonal relationship, and to strengthen their awareness of the relations and conflicts in the international area.
Committee 
Coordinator Mr. Ng Gordon
Secretary Mrs. Cheung Mary
Members


 
Mrs. Chow Florence Mr. Hui Joseph
Miss Lam Becky Mr. So Victor
Mr Yeung Simon
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia

Activities include:
  1. Recruitment and training of Student Civic Education Ambassadors
  2. F.1 and F.2 Inter-class Board Display Competition
  3. Talk on "Bullying and Violence in school" for F.2 and F.3
  4. F.3 Chinese Essay Writing Competition
  5. Talk on "Drug Abuse" for F.4
  6. ICAC Interactive Drama Performance for F.5
  7. Several F.4 students attend "Teen Talk 2011" activity organized by the Law Society of Hong Kong
  8. Board display on current issues related to civic education, social and national education
  9. National Education Trip - Xinhai Revolution for F.3, F.4 and F.5
 

Lasallite Editorial Board

The Lasallite Editorial Board is responsible for the publication of the Lasallite, the school annual Yearbook.   

Committee 
Teacher-in-charge Miss Tang Cecilia
Teacher Advisors, English Miss Chiang Grace Mrs. Chan Jolene
Teacher Advisors, Chinese Mr. Lau Wai Hung Miss Tai Mo Hing

 

Form Teachers’ Period Committee

Committee
Chairperson Miss Tang Cecilia
Members 
F.1-3 Form Teachers
Mrs. Cheung Mary
Mr. Leung Peter
Miss Yau Irene
Mrs. Chow Florence
Miss Lo Sina
Miss Poon Amy
Mr. Fong Joseph
Miss Ma Joanne
Mr. Wong Chi Shing
Members 
F.4-6 Form Teachers
Miss Chiang Grace
Mr. Hui Joseph
Mrs. Chow Florence Mr. Fong Joseph
 

 

Objectives
  1. To imbue students with good moral values and equip them with practical life skills which prepare them for future challenges.
  2. To help students develop a positive outlook on life and cultivate a healthy mental/physical mindset.
  3. To nurture students to be men of good character – honest, responsible, fair-minded, broad-minded,committed to excellence, and self-disciplined.
  4. To help students gain wider exposure and acceptance of different aspects and viewpoints in life.
  5. To engage students in lifelong learning and to live a healthy, balanced, happy, and fulfilling life.    
Regulations
  1. The Form Teachers’ Period Committee comprises of two groups: F.1-3 Form Teachers and F.4-6 Form Teachers.
  2. The theme of F.1-3 Form Teachers’ Period is Moral Education, the theme of F.4-6 Form Teachers’ Period is Life Skills Development.
  3. Eight topics are included in Moral Education:
    1) Good Discipline & Good Citizenship;
    2) Lasallian Spirituality;
    3) Respect;
    4) Responsibility;
    5) Career Education;
    6) Relationship;
    7) Love, Empathy & Compassion;
    8) Problem Solving;
    9) Sex Education
  4. Eight topics are included in Life Skills Development:
    1) Skills of Understanding Self;
    2) Leadership Skills;
    3) Handling Setbacks and Stress Management;
    4) Relationship and Responsibility;
    5) Etiquette;
    6) Management of Finance;
    7) Career Planning Competencies;
    8) Thinking Outside the Box
    9) Success Skills
    10) JUPAS Application
  5. Calendars are drawn which cover the date of implementation of each topic and evaluation meeting.
  6. Two committees are set up to design the manuals for conducting Moral Education and Life Skills Development during Form Teachers’ Period.
  7. The teaching materials will be given to all form teachers one week before implementation of the topic after briefing and explaining to them the objectives and use of the manual.
  8. An evaluation will be held after finishing each topic: All students and all Form Teachers will attempt the evaluation.
  9. The data in the evaluation forms will be analyzed. The feedback and result will be disseminated to Form Teachers and teachers who prepare the manual to facilitate improvement and further progress.
    * Topics 8-10 in Life Skills Development are for F.6 only.      

 

ECA Coordination Team

Committee 
ECA Coordinator Mr. Yeung Simon
Advisor Miss Tang Cecilia
Members








 
Mr. Chan Gary Mr. Chan Samuel
Mr. Ho Gary Mr. Kuk Eric
Miss Lam Shirley Miss Lee Flora
Mr. Leung Peter Mr. Ma Kin Kwok
Mr. Mak John Mr. Tinnok Ng
Mr. Wan Christian Miss Yuen Janet
Objectives
  1. To extend the scope of learning from classroom to other environments.
  2. To develop students' multiple intelligence, creative, and innovation competences.
  3. To provide opportunity for all-round development by offering different extension programmes.
  4. To provide opportunity for leadership.
  5. To promote a positive competitive spirit.
  6. To monitor the CCB in disciplining all internal and external extra-curricular activities initiated by clubs and societies.
  7. To issue a Weekly Bulletin to compile and record all external and internal school activities.
  8. To ensure all posters are posted and arranged in their proper display areas.
  9. To monitor all requests for booking of movable display boards and window billboards.
  10. To monitor the issuance and data input of all students’ activities record.
Regulations
  1. Students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities.
  2. An ECA Promotion Fair will be conducted in late September to facilitate F.1 to F.4 students club membership enrolment.
  3. F. 1 students are to enroll in at least 3 and no more than 4 clubs - one Cultural, one Sports, one Service.
  4. F. 2 to F.4 students are to enroll in at least 2 and no more than 3 clubs.
  5. Failure to attend club activities may result in membership status not being posted on the SAP, depending on Teacher Advisor’s discretion.
  6. To meet the changing needs, the school will have the discretion to dissolve any outdated or inactive club or societies. (See 'Guidelines for Running Clubs")
Guidelines for the Issuance of the SAP / SLP
  1. Students’ activities, as well as awards and achievements, will be recorded in the students’individual i-portfolio section under the e-class system.
  2. Under the new NSS system, F.6 students will be issued a Student Learning Profile (SLP) recording their activities undertaken in school F.4- F.6..
  3. F.1 to F.5 students will be issued a Student Activities Profile (SAP).
  4. The School official ECA record in the SAP/SLP will include only the following:
    4.1 Awards and Achievements:
         4.1.1 The first 3 places of interschool competitions, namely First, Second and Third. Winners winning the Fourth
                  place title in any Sports events will also be recorded as it is an official title recognized by the HKSSF.
         4.1.2 Students attaining scholarships and awards conferred by government / educational organizations.
         4.1.3 The following will not be officially recorded under Awards and Achievements:
                  - Awards for winners bearing the ‘Merit’ title
                  - Awards for any interschool or regional competitions undertaken by students themselves but not nominated /
                    recommended by school
                  - Any title of recognition given for helpers in school functions (although hours will count for recognized
                    community service of OLE (see P.92))
    4.2 Posts:
          4.2.1 SA Exco and officials
          4.2.2 Officials of approved School Teams and Functional Teams
          4.2.3 Club officials
          4.2.4 Approved duty posts in class
          4.3 Members of clubs and societies
          4.4 Students can build up their own personal profile to record the learning experiences mentioned in 4.1.3 or
                performances on other aspects and put down in OEA (Other Experiences and Awards) of their own award in F.6
                JUPAS application.
  5. A list of officially recognized posts is listed in the ECA section on the School Homepage. Any other posts will not be officially recognized or recorded. Club officials are advised not to make up posts of their own liking.
  6. Students will check and confirm the accuracy of the SLP input via email at the end of May. 

 

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