We take pride in educating our students about how they can help to create a better future for others in Hong Kong and around the world.
Our students are taught to be thoughtful, to care for others, to understand the importance of serving the community and how, through their actions, they can make a difference.
As an international community, we strive to support and help others in the region and beyond through donating to a variety of different organisations.
Throughout the year students and staff lead community initiatives including dress down days, bake sales, charity internships and other service and fundraising activities.
The school supports the Crossroads Foundation which distributes goods to people in need; Kiva, a micro-financing organisation with global reach; The Society for Community Organisation, which works with underprivileged children in Hong Kong; and donates to the St James Settlement Food Drive every Christmas.
Our primary school has a long affiliation to The Home of Loving Faithfulness, which provides residential care for children and adults with disabilities. Every Christmas our school choir visits residents at the home, and we donate proceeds from fundraising events during the year.
A Student Council for children in Years 5 and 6 initiates worthwhile projects around the school, leads fundraising events and act as role models for younger children.
We are also proud to be in partnership with Love Recycling Plus who have set up a recycling station in the school which both students and families are encouraged to use to do our part in helping build a more sustainable future.
Boxes of Hope are collected from school for underprivileged children in Hong Kong and Asia every year.