Department Information


Our students' modesty and our diverse culture are well known within the community. In line with one of the school's mottos of enriching students' learning experience and cultivating their diverse abilities, the Extra-curricular Activities Committee (ECAC) is committed to promotion of various activities for students. These activities, mainly across the categories of class operation, four houses, leadership training, joint-class activities, services, and post-exam activities, enrich students' school life outside of classroom learning.


  1. Enrich students' school life and help them build relationships through various types of activities.
  2. Integrate and promote leadership training within sub-committees to provide students with ample opportunities for self-initiated learning and innovative thinking. This enriches students' learning experience, and helps build a culture of excellence where students help establish others after establishing themselves.  

Department Features


1. Class operation

Organization and planning, supported by various ECAC activities, to assist form teachers in operating classes, enhancing teacher-student relationship, and building a cohesive class culture. Objectives: 

  1. Encourage improvement through healthy competition
  2. Optimize class operation and build class unity
  3. Develop students’ senses of involvement in and belonging to their respective classes   
  • S1 and S2 academic and activity recognition scheme    

Chinese culture inter-class competition

Mathematics inter-class competition

Athletics inter-class competition

  • S3-S5 inter-class competitions 

Chess inter-class competition

Dodgebee inter-class competition

2. Societies and leadership training

Encourage and train students to take on leadership roles. Students are given opportunities, from S1, to participate in various societies and extra-curricular activities. They are also given opportunities to plan and organize activities in the capacity of society/club committee members, regardless of the secondary school year they are in. Student cultivation–oriented education emphasizes students' roles as coaches in the learning process. As such, students' preferences, interests and abilities should be accommodated, and the content of learning should be explored and developed by students rather than entirely handed down by teachers. Training and development since a young age enable students' excellence in extra-curricular activities, particularly in leadership. Therefore, students are routinely involved in planning of the school's major activities, such as athletic meets and themed open days. This serves to enhance students' leadership, and to promote and implement the school's motto of "after establishing yourself, help establish others".

  • Societies/Clubs


  • Chinese Culture Society
  • English Society
  • Mathematics Society
  • Science Society
  • Social Concern Group
  • Geography Society
  • Economics and Finance Society
  • Chinese History Society

Interests / Hobbies

  • Astronomy Club
  • Arts Club
  • IT Society
  • Reading Club
  • Home Economics Club
  • Drama Club
  • Board Game
  • Animation and Comics Club
  • Dance Club
  • Music Club
  • Choir
  • Chinese Music Club
  • Orchestra


  • Boy Scout
  • Girl Guide
  • Library Club
  • Campus Photography Team
  • Christian / Catholic Fellowship
  • BBS
  • Youth Police Call
  • Prefects Club
  • Elders' Academy
  • Sunshine Ambassador
  • Second-tier Student Leader
  • Career Planning Ambassador
  • Co-creation Ambassador
  • Flag Selling Team
  • Environmental Protection Ambassador

Four Houses

  • Subject Committee
  • Red House
  • Yellow House
  • Blue House
  • Green House



  • Leadership training camp

A leadership training camp was organized in July to develop students' self-understanding and strengths (in organizational role and positioning) through fun, enjoyment and deep experience. The camp helped students understand the role and responsibilities of leaders. Future leaders experienced the importance of communication, collaboration, role, problem-solving and planning within a team through activities in the camp.

3. Inter-house competitions

Inter-house competitions were planned and organized jointly by the ECAC (Subject Committee) and the 4 Houses  

Post-exam: August Formation of new teams
August S1 welcoming
September - October Society annual meetings
Athletic Meet
November Inter-house competition: Basketball/volleyball 
March Inter-house competition: Badminton/table tennis
April - May Inter-house competition: Academic
Post-exam activity Inter-house competition: To be confirmed

Inter-house basketball competition

Inter-house volleyball competition

Inter-house dodge ball competition

Inter-house academic competition (English TV)

Inter-house human football machine

4. Joint-class activities

Activities organized in 2022-2023

Yan Oi Tong Tin Ka Ping Secondary School
Shan King Estate, Tuen Mun, N.T.
2464 3731
2464 3243
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