- To nurture students' multiple interests which facilitate the development of the students' potential.
- To provide social experience which boost up the sense of belonging of our school.
- To direct the proper use of leisure-time which scaffold the positive value and attitude of living.
- To nurture the leadership abilities of student, develop the students' self-confidence and autonomy.
- To provide opportunities in running organisations such as the Student Union, clubs and societies, houses and class committees, which enriching the school life.
II. Present Situation
- Members work in strong collaborative relationship.
- Students like to take part in extra-curricular activities.
- 3. School supports the promotion of extra-curricular activities. Government funding from the School-based After-school Learning and Support Programmes benefit the students in need.
- Students seldom propose innovative extra-curricular activities with suit their needs.
- Tests, tutorial classes, SBA and OLE activities compete for students after school. It leaves little room for regular meetings of clubs and societies.
- Implement the leadership training programmes and various committee member training schemes.
- Boost up positive attitudes through the Student Activities Broadcasting Centre (SABC), Culture Square and Student Work Display Boards.
- Facilitate students to plan and run various major school events.