The Moral and Civic Education Committee aims at fostering students' positive values and attitudes. On this ground, it is to nurture in the students the seven priority values and attitudes: “Perseverance”, “Respect for Others”, “Responsibility”, “National Identity”, “Commitment”, “Integrity” and “Care for Others”. To accomplishment the goal, the committee would make use of everyday life events to enhance the connection among various cross-curricular domains in moral and ethical education, civic education, human rights education, national education, anti-drug education, life education, sex education, education for sustainable development, etc. so as to provide students with all-round learning experience conducive to their whole-person development.











Enhancing culture of self-evaluation is one of our goals. With various learning experiences and a scoring scheme for volunteers, more students would be encouraged to take part in voluntary work. Through serving others, students could understand their rights and duties, cultivate the sense of responsibility and consider others’ needs.

Elements of digital learning are integrated in different activities so as to let students understand the importance of sustainable development and environment protection

Strengthen collaboration with Discipline Committee, Guidance Committee and Extra-curricular Activities Committee to organize more preventive and developmental programs with the purpose of offering solid support for students.

Organize ‘civil and moral channel’ with Information Technology Committee to enhance the efficiency and interest level of various activities with the aim to promote an ethical culture and ethnic identity among students, widen scope of self-directed learning.

Organize activities with professional bodies outside school to arouse civic awareness, boost students' self-esteem and develop international perspectives.

Through activities such as sharing in morning assemblies, hall assemblies, visits and exhibitions, elements of civil and moral education, ethnic identity, and national education are infiltrated in non-academic curriculum.



Activitiesieof 2019-2020




Whole year round

“Sharing of Love” voluntary programme

Whole year round

Moral Pioneer

Whole year round

Cyber Ethics Scheme

Whole year round

Chinese Literature Scheme (jointly organized by Chinese Language Department and Moral and Civic Education Committee)

Whole year round

Moral Education Enrichment Scheme

Whole year round

Establishment of Moral Ambassadors Team (regular meetings)

Whole year round

A year-round award scheme for voluntary services hours (including statistical work and Po Leung Kuk Voluntary Service Award).

Whole year round

(morning assembly every Day 3)

Morning Reading Session arrangement

Early – September

(whole year round)

Teachers’ sharing (Extraordinary knowledge in various themes)

Whole year round

News Quiz

Ten News Nomination, Ten Policies of HKSAR Government

Whole year round

Monthly gathering

Late – September 

National Education

29 October

Non-academic prize giving ceremony 1

3 December

National condition assembly

10 March

Citizen of the world assembly

21 April

Life education assembly

28 April

Health Sun Teen assembly

19 May

Volunteer assembly

26 May

Non-academic prize giving ceremony 2

1st term (January)

2nd term (June)

Moral Education News Contest (jointly organized by Extra - curricular Activities Committee and Moral and Civic Education Committee)