Our school adopts an integrated structure of discipline and guidance to coordinate the work on student development with the Whole-School Approach. The ultimate goal is to create a positive, inviting and caring school environment where students can have whole-person development and where their problems are responded to in a constructive manner. The Civic and Moral Education Committee, comprising the Vice Principals and senior staff, arranges a series of discussions involving all the staff and students in the formulation of school policy. For the school rules review, we collect the staff and student responses regularly and keep a negotiated agreement on students’ behaviour.
Under the Whole-School Approach, the School Discipline and Guidance Teams usually take the lead in planning and coordinating the developmental and preventive programmes at all levels. The two teams also examine cases requiring attention and refer specific cases which require further professional support to the educational psychologist and school social workers for follow-up service. Also, a series of training and activities are provided for students and leaders to broaden their horizons and nurture their life.