Prefectorial Board

Teachers-in-charge:
Mr Anantharaja Krishnan Samy
Ms Lee Yi Ern
Mr Oun Yejiu

Student Leaders' Executive Committees of 2018/2019

Prefect EXCO
NO NAME Classes Position
1 SHEFALI JAGDISH MALLABADI 3 CMT Head
2 CARLTON CHUA KAI THENG 3 CMT Vice-Head
3 MIKO CHONG ZHI QI 3 RSP Admin
4 SAMPSON LEE JIAN JIE 3 CHR Admin
5 INTAN SYAZWANI BTE MAJID 3 CMT Discipline
6 INDRA SHAHRIL B SUDAR 3 DYN Discipline
7 NURAFRINA EDIANA BTE MOHAMAD EDER 3 ETP Welfare
8 THAM KEY HON 3 THK Welfare
9 BLANCHE CHIA PHUY NGEE 3 THK Service Learning
10 GAO JIE 3 CMT Service Learning
11 THONG TZE LING 3 ETP REACH
12 EMIRA NATASHA BTE HAZLAN 3 CMT REACH
13 AHMAD HAYQAL B AHMAD HASILANA 3 DYN Citizenship
14 YUNN SU LEI 3 ITG Citizenship
CCA EXCO
NO NAME Classes Position
1 UMAIR B GHAZALI 3 ITG Head
2 ARAYA ANTHICHAI 3 RSP Vice-Head
3 CHYE JIA WEN 3 CMT Admin
4 YEDDU JAYA RACHEL 3 RSP Admin
5 KOH CHUN HWEE 3 RSP Welfare
6 KYLIE LOW JIN EN 3 THK Welfare
7 WONG ZHI WEE, STEFANIE 3 RSP S&G
8 CARITATIVO FIONA ALJEANE CUYA 3 DYN S&G
9 KYLA NICOLE REMOQUILLO A 3 THK UG
10 TAY YU HANG ELROY 3 ITG UG
11 NOR CHARISSA BTE RAHMAT 3 CMT PA
12 AFIQ B FAISAL 3 ETP PA
13 GOH YI HENG BRANDON 3 ITG C&S
14 TRACY GOH HUI RU 3 RSP C&S

The board also comprises the Secondary 3 Senior Prefect Mentors and the Secondary 2 Junior Prefects.

Vision: Dynamic, Thinking and Caring leaders.
Mission: To develop pupil leaders who are role models with a passion to contribute and excel.
Guiding Philosophy: Service through Leadership
Guiding Principles:

  • Talent Identification
    • A differentiated and comprehensive selection process for all student leaders
  • Role Perception
    • In depth understanding of the roles of an EVG pupil leader
  • Training
    • The development of student leaders through various platforms – workshops, camps and overseas expedition
  • Opportunities to Excel
    • Providing platforms for student leaders to shine and achieve success.

From planning and running school-wide events to assisting the school in its day-to-day activities, the prefectorial board takes great pride and responsibility in doing all these well. Formed when the school was in still in its infant years, the board and its members have increasingly taken on greater roles and tasks.
The first few years saw prefects fulfilling duties in supervising students’ movement and discipline. Classroom orderliness and good student behaviour were expected of all the students in the school and the prefects were there to help ensure that these were adhered to. Prefects were also often deployed to assist the school as ushers for guests.
Over the years, the roles and responsibilities of the prefects have expanded, in line with the school’s move to develop and stretch student leaders.
An executive committee is formed from the top student leaders in Secondary 3 to lead the prefectorial board in organising and executing events. Instead of just being ushers, prefects now need to know how to plan, organise, delegate and assume the various roles and responsibilities associated with an event. School-based events such as Secondary One Orientation, Primary Six School Visits and Graduation Day are just a few of the events that greatly involve the prefectorial board.

In addition, prefects are given formal leadership developmental training from external agencies such as Halogen, Achievers and Acorn Training to hone their leadership potential and ability, on top of the constant guidance received from their seniors and teachers.

To date, the prefects are 92-strong and come from very diverse backgrounds and interests. It is in this various mix that the school hopes to develop future leaders for the community.

Activities
Sec 1 Orientation Programme and Campfire
Leadership-In-Action Camp
Teachers' Day Celebrations
Honours Day
Hong Kong Overseas Learning Journey
Prefects' Family Day
Graduation Day
Student Leaders’ Investiture
Lunar New Year Hamper Wrapping

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