A quality education does not simply mean good schools but also a sound moral education, said the chief guest at St Paul's Convent School speech day. Professor Rosie Young Tse-tse, chairperson of the Hong Kong Education Commission, said that teachers in Christian schools had a duty to instil Christian values and faith in their students, 'and this is what St Paul's Convent School has been doing for the past 140 years'. Professor Young congratulated the Form Five and Seven graduates, as well as the teachers, for the school's performance at the last HKCEE and A-level examinations. Professor Young described the many past graduates of St Paul's who had achieved success in various professions and the civil service as 'graduates not only from a good school but from one which provides an excellent moral education'. 'It is an education that will guide you wherever you go,' she said.