Our enrichment programme is ambitious, diverse and well-planned, drawing upon the passions and expertise of both staff members and high-quality external providers.
At Kellett, we strongly believe that committed participation in a broad selection of ECAs helps build a strong and well-developed personal profile for the future.
In addition, participation in the Federation of British International Schools in Asia’s (FOBISIA) annual sporting and music events offers our students international competition and collaboration.
Kellett School also offers students the opportunity to participate in the Hong Kong Award for Young People (HKAYP).
Our ECAs are listed below:
|Football||Choir||Battle of the Books|
|Athletics/Cross Country||Instrumental Ensembles||Coding|
|Basketball||Jazz Band||HKAYP (Bronze & Silver)|
|Netball||Kellett Voice||Model United Nations|
|Rugby 7’s||Musical||Debate Club|
|Swimming||Orchestra||World Scholar’s Cup|
|Cricket||Visual Art||Science Club|
|Martial Arts||Drama / LAMDA||E-Sports|
|Rowing||Rock Music||Dart Club|
|Sailing||Life Drawing||Room to Read|
|Fencing||Roots & Shoots|
|Table Tennis||Sai Kung Stray Friends|
|Badminton||Mother's CHoice Youth Leadership Council|
HKAYP (Hong Kong Award for Young People)
The Hong Kong Award for Young people is offered to students from Year 10 upwards and is the Hong Kong equivalent of the Duke of Edinburgh Award. The award is recognised worldwide and students at Kellett have the opportunity to progress from Bronze through Silver to Gold.
Challenge & Develop
HKAYP is a programme about challenge, enterprise, effort and achievement. It addresses the development of the whole human being by providing a unique rewarding agenda. It gives young people a chance to constructively use their leisure time, to set and achieve personal goals and to learn about themselves and their community through experiential learning either in a group or in person.
Students in Year 10 can join HKAYP as part of our Extra Curricular Activity (ECA) Programme, and many complete their Bronze Award by the middle of Year 11.
Sections of Activities
There are 5 Sections of Activities. All participants need to complete 4 sections including Service, Skills, Expeditions and Physical Recreation while Gold Level participants need to complete an additional Residential Project Section.
- Skill - To encourage the development of personal interests and practical skills.
- Service - To learn how to give useful service to others.
- Physical Recreation - To encourage participation in physical recreation and improvement of performance.
- Expeditions - To encourage a spirit of adventure and discovery.
- Residential Project (Gold level activity): To broaden experience through involvement with others in a residential setting.