By coordinating life planning activities for various form levels, the Careers and Further Studies Committee (CFSC) of our school enables students to integrate their career or academic aspirations with whole-person development and life-long learning.
Activities such as talks, parent nights, visits and mock release of DSE results enable parents and students to understand careers-related information and allow students to prepare themselves for their career and further studies after graduation.
Through cooperation with organisations such as the Po Leung Kuk Life Planning & Financial Education Centre, Rotary Club of Channel Islands and Quality Mentorship Network, the CFSC coordinates activities such as mentorship programmes and mock interviews. Students can broaden their horizons and deepen their understanding of their personal traits.
Various talks, workshops, university and worksite visits, as well as individual counselling sessions are organized to accommodate the development needs of students in different forms. With life-planning education implemented across all forms, it is hoped that students can adapt to future challenges in life.