Moral and Civic Education Team



  1. To help students seeking a balance between self needs and social needs through understanding self needs, others' needs and social needs.
  2. To nurture in the five priority values to the students: perseverance, respecting others, responsibility, national identity and commitment.
  3. To develop students' critical thinking and problem-solving skills, especially in social and political issues.



Themes of Each Form


Themes were arranged for each form so that students could participate in various activities and learn the corresponding theme. We hope that students can achieve respect, care, self-discipline, self-discipline, integrity, responsibility, perseverance and resilience throughout their secondary school life.


S1 S2 S3
Respect Care Self-discipline


S4 S5 S6
Integrity Responsibility Perseverance & Resilience




Activities held in 2019-2020



Caring & Courtesy Days –
Inter-house Short Play Contest


Street Children Experience Workshop by World Vision


“International Day for the Eradication of Poverty” Signature Campaign


Students’ Top Ten News Election


ICAC Poster Exhibition


Morning Assembly Sharing on Positive Value



Activities held in 2020-2021



Basic Law Education – Rule of Law Workshop


Guest Lecture by Member of CPPCC


National Security Education Day Campaign


ICAC Interactive Drama via Zoom




Activities proposed in 2021-2022


  • Merit Award Scheme
  • PSE lessons
  • Inter-House Competition on Promoting Positive Values
  • Morning assembly sharing
  • Pledge Day
  • Civic Forum
  • Life Education exhibition and game booths
  • Supporting charity exhibition and game booths
  • Election of ten important news in Hong Kong
  • Lunchtime Extended Activities on Positive Values
  • Publication of the periodical – “The Firewood” (薪火)



Merit Award Scheme




  • To encourage students to attain all-round developments in the domains of ethics, intellect, physique, social skills and aesthetics.
  • To recognise students who perform well in the domains of ethics, intellect, physique, social skills and aesthetics.
  • To enhance the positive energy of students, and to promote positive school ethos.


Merit points will be given to students who perform well in either one of the domains of ethics, intellect, physique, social skills and aesthetics. All merit points will be counted at the end of the academic year. Depending on the number of merit points, different levels of Merit Award will be granted based on the calculation shown below.


Award Number of merit points
Merit Award (Bronze) 80 - 119
Merit Award (Silver) 120 - 159
Merit Award (Gold) >=160





The Firewood

[2007 - 2008]



[2008 - 2009]



[2009 - 2010]



[2010 - 2011]