• Built Environment & Placemaking
  • Environment
  • Tourism & Hospitality
  • Mental & Behavioural Health
  • Leadership Programme in Life Education (Primary Level)
  • Mentorship Scheme

Programme objective:

To increase students' awareness about the relationship between our built environment on sustainable development, and its impact on the environment, community and culture.

Learning Outcome:

  1. To cultivate a sense of spatial awareness and abilities to identify the strength and weakness of a place
  2. To explain the relationship between building environment and sustainable development

Programme Theme:

Theme: Creating a sustainable environment to live

  • Zero Emission Living Environment
  • A sustainable community
  • Sustainable urban regeneration
  • Urban environment improvement
  • Sustainable public space design

Programme objective:

Students to gain an awareness of eco-protection and conservation, and organic farming and their relationship with sustainable development.

Learning Outcome:
  1. To enable having an overview of environmental science, environment conservation, sustainable development and environmental industries
  2. To provide opportunities to explore and develop social responsibility for the natural environment as well as practical skills that can be applied in the field of the environmental science
  3. To help better prepartion for further studies and/or career development in the environmental protection, environment assessment and sustainable development

Programme Theme:

Theme: Appreciating the natural environment, preserving our planet earth

  • Nature Environment
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Pollution Management
  • Waste Management

Programme objective:

Students to be aware of the impact of tourism and hospitality industries on our culture, economy, environment and communities.

Learning Outcome:
  1. To identify sustainable tourism and hospitality practices in the context of Hong Kong and overseas
  2. To describe the benefits of sustainable tourism and hospitality practices
  3. To identify practices and habits that a traveller can adopt to minimize the social, environmental and cultural impact while on tour

Programme Theme:

Theme: Promoting sense of sustainability literacy in tourism industry

  • Geo-tourism
  • Eco-tourism
  • Cultural Tourism
  • Green Tourism

HK$600 per student (8 students per group)

Programme objective:

Students to recognize the relationship between mental well-being and sustainable development as well as its impact on community.

Learning Outcome:

  1. To understand the concepts of Public Health: Mental Health & Addiction
  2. To identify topics on Mental Health & Addiction

Programme Theme:

Theme: Constituting a sustainable mental wellness place

  • Enhancement of mental wellness
  • Analyze behavior disorder
  • Prevention and Care
  • Rehabilitation and Social Costs

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Programme Objectives
  • To understand the value of life through preparing and implementing a project to ¡§make the world more beautiful
  • To cultivate students to be leaders in schools so as to influence life with life and participate in life education work
  • To promote self-understanding and connect students and the community
Programme Content

Part 1: Through various activities, students will be trained as a leader and explore the meaning of life.

Part 2: Students will be encouraged to prepare and implement projects to "make the world more beautiful" in school so as to influence life with life. Their projects would be showcased at the Presentation and  Assessment Day.

Schedule & Activities

Kick-off Ceremony & Drama Workshop 1* (Personal Development)
Date: 11 October, 2014 Venue: Hong Kong Science Park

Life Education Activity 1 - Dialogue in the Dark
Date: 25 October, 2014 Venue: Dialogue In the Dark

Life Education Activity 2 - Education Programme in Poverty
Date: 8 November, 2014 Venue: Cross road foundation

Life Education Activity 3 - Education Programme in Environmental Protection
Date: 22 November, 2014 Venue: Yan Oi Tong EcoPark Plastic Resources Recycling Centre

Life Education Activity 4 - Day Camp*
Date: 16 December, 2014 Venue: HK Institute of Education

Prepare a deed to “make the world more beautiful” in school
Date: Jan to March 2015 Venue: Participants’ school

Presentation & Assessment Day
Date: 14 March, 2015 Venue: HK Institute of Education

Award Presentation & Closing Ceremony
Date: 21 March, 2014 Venue: Hong Kong Science Park
*This session is organized in collaboration with “Chung Ying Theatre company”


Fee:HK$600 per student (8 students per group)

Target participants:

P4-P5 students

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Students from tertiary institutes and universities

Role of Mentors
  • Guide a group of 6-8 secondary students in learning
  • Attend workshops, study visits and ceremony
  • Arrange group meetings or in-school activities with students and establish channels to keep track of students’ project learning
  • Share knowledge and experience related to ESD or learning area
  • Receive a service certificate from UNESCO HK
  • Provide an opportunity to turn ESD theory into practice
  • Gain practical experience to cooperate with students

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