What is Life Planning?

Life planning is a continuous and lifelong process aimed at achieving personal fulfillment. It involves different focuses at different stages of life. During the schooling stage, life planning education plays a vital role in fostering the overall development of individuals.

It aims to help students understand themselves better, create personal plans, set goals, reflect on their progress, and acquire knowledge about different educational, career, and training opportunities, as well as work ethics and the realities of the working world.

Life planning education should not be seen as solely providing career guidance. It goes beyond being a remedial or advisory service for students when they need help with subject or career choices.

Instead, it is integrated into the school's curriculum and aims to equip students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitude to make informed decisions that align with their interests, abilities, and orientations. It also guides students in integrating their career or academic aspirations with their overall personal development and lifelong learning.

Three Components of Life Planning Processes

  • Self-understanding and Development
  • Career Exploration
  • Career Planning and Management

Committee Members

Teacher-in-charge Ms. Wong Yu Shan
Members Ms. Chan Ming Kwan Mr. Chau Kui Hin Ms. Lam Yin Ping
Ms. Tai Nine Wai Ms. Tong Ming Wai Ms. Tsang Woon Ling
Ms. Yau Yuk Yu