Curriculum

Curriculum

Languages: Education towards bi-literacy and bi-lingualism:

  • Chinese subject for Chinese students is taught in Chinese, Except for that subject, all lessons are taught in English.
  • Native English and Putonghua teachers teach in language lessons and interact with students during recesses.
  • We encourage students to read all kinds of Chinese and English readers every day, parents reading ambassadors visit the school to share books with students.

 

Moral: Respect for different cultures:

  • Different moral topics sharing are held in the morning assemblies to encourage good personality and moral development in our students.
  • We learn different cultures and festivals which help students build up a positive world view.
  • We emphasize team spirit and discipline training.
  • We have a Junior leadership scheme which promotes the virtue of helping others.

 

Control: Learn to control our body, our sense and our mind:

  • We provide various physical, musical and arts activities after school, e.g. golf, Taekwondo, swimming, choir, art club etc., which are open for all students with the goal of achieving a whole person development.
  • We have compulsory multi-intelligence lessons every week, e.g. cooking, drama, Hindi, Putonghua tongue twisters, aerobics, grasshopper etc., to develop their potential.
  • We encourage students to join all kinds of competitions to build up their confidence and social skills as well as the sense of success.

**There is no elite class system in our school.

English
To arouse students’ interest in learning English through Drama. To build up thinking skills through
Chinese
課後設有多元化的體育、音樂及美術活動,如跆拳道、滾軸溜冰、足球、籃球、合唱團、美術學會等,供學生自由參予,培養全人發展。
Mathematics
Our department puts a strong emphasis on maintaining the interest of students in the learning of mat
General Studies
Provide students with opportunities to integrate skills, knowledge and values across the Key Learnin
Music
To develop creativity, the ability to appreciate a wide range of music and to effectively communicat
Physical Education
We believe that Physical Education (P.E) is vital and unique in its contribution to a student’s Phys
Visual Arts
Art can play a significant role in the motivation of young people and we are passionate about the im
Library
Match with the school’s second major concern: Foster School Reading Culture.
WPD
To exploit their individual potential, develop in their healthy self-concept, as well as take a posi