What could we make out of Extracurricular Activities?























  • Meeting and responding to successes and disappointments The idea of a balance between academic concentration and recreational enjoyment has been proven to be contributing largely to a whole-person child development. Learning experiences from running a debate club to representing local rugby team, the students will get to understand the challenges and opportunities in life better. While one should be proud of his or her achievement in life, disappointments or losing are inevitable that only by those do we become stronger and grow to be more adaptable and sociable.


  • Awards and Leadership Experience National schemes such as Combined Cadet Force (CCF), Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, and Young Enterprise Company Programme provide students with opportunities to exercise their attributes and skills where they could set their own goals and objectives by strategic planning and teamwork. Those who have completed different levels of challenges could be rewarded with certificates and prizes. All those experiences would be relevant and useful when applying to universities as well as scholarships and grants.



At James-Lee Consultancy most of our staff have had experience in boarding life and activities. If you would like to discuss fun and educational extracurricular activities for your child, please contact our Education Consultant, Karen Li Foster at: karen@jamesleeconsultancy.com.

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