Curriculum

Aims

  1. To develop a happy learning environment, enhance students′ interest in learning and foster a positive attitude towards learning.
  2. To provide quality education, enable students to learn how to learn and help them equip with the nine generic skills, namely collaboration skills, communication skills, creativity, critical thinking skills, information technology skills, numeracy skills, problem-solving skills, self-management skills and study skills.
  3. To recognize students′ individuality and pay close attention to the differences between students′ learning abilities and their learning interests, and provide them with chances to develop their potential.
  4. To nurture thinking, self-reflective and responsible teenagers who possess dreams and value their life.

Major Concerns

  1. To develop students′ habits of doing pre-lesson preparation and post-lesson reflection and help them learn to apply appropriate learning strategies and learn from reading.
    —Students can develop the habit of doing pre-lesson preparation and skillfully apply learning strategies.
    —Students participate enthusiastically in all learning activities inside and outside classrooms.
  2. To enhance English learning: To improve students′ English learning ability and the ability to express themselves in English.

School Time

Morning session Lunch Afternoon session
Summer Time 8:15 – 12:35 12:35 – 1:45 1:45 – 2:45
Winter Time 8:15 – 1:10 1:10 – 2:20 2:20 – 3:45

Class Structure

2019/20 2020/21
S.1 4 4
S.2 4 4
S.3 4 4
S.4 4 4
S.5 4 4
S.6 4 4
Total no. of classes 24 24

Subjects offered and medium of instruction

S1 - S3

Subject S1 S2 S3
Chinese Language Chinese* Chinese* Chinese*
Putonghua Putonghua Putonghua Putonghua
English Language English English English
Mathematics English English English
Integrated Science English English —-
Physics —- —- English
Chemistry —- —- English
Biology —- —- English
Geography English English English
Chinese History Chinese Chinese Chinese
History English English English
Computer Studies English English English
Home Economics English English English
Design and Technology English English English
Music English English English
Visual Arts English English English
Religion Chinese Chinese Chinese
Physical Education English English English

Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE)

S4-S5
A B C D
Chinese Language△ Chinese Language△ Chinese Language△ Chinese Language△
English Language English Language English Language English Language
Liberal Studies* Liberal Studies* Liberal Studies* Liberal Studies*
Mathematics (Core only) Mathematics (Core only) Mathematics (Core only) Mathematics (Core only)
Chinese History* / Economics/ Chemistry / Information and Communication Technology/ Visual Arts*
Chinese History* / Geography / Business, Accounting and Financial Studies / Biology / Physics
History / Chinese Literature* / Economics / Physics / Chemistry
Religion* Religion* Religion* Religion*
Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education
O.L.E. * O.L.E. * O.L.E. * O.L.E. *

△ –  Pull out Chinese Language course for NCS
* –  Chinese as the medium of instruction
OLE – Other Learning Experiences

Elective Part of NSS Core Subjects and Elective Subjects

中國語文中五:小說與文化
中六:文化專題探討
English Language S4:Learning English through Pop Culture
S5:Learning English through Social Issues and Learning English through Workplace Communication
Mathematics Class A、B:Compulsory Part
Class C:Compulsory Part and an Extended Part

Module 1 (Calculus and Statistics)

Class D:Compulsory Part and an Extended Part

Module 2 (Algebra and Calculus)

中國文學 中四(下學期):作家追蹤——自選作家選讀
中五(上學期):文學作品的人物形象
中五(下學期):文學專題
Economics Elective Part 2: Extension of Trade Theory, Economic Growth and Development
Geography Dynamic Earth, A regional study of the Zhenjiang Delta
中國歷史 單元三:時代與知識份子
Physics Atomic World, Energy and Use of Energy
Chemistry Industrial chemistry, Analytical chemistry
Biology 1.Human Physiology : Regulation  and  Control
2.Microorganisms  and  Humans
視覺藝術 視覺形式表現主題、設計
Information and Communication Technology Data Communication and Networking
Business, Accounting and Financial Studies Accounting module

Strategies for bridging the Junior Secondary and Senior Secondary curriculum

A. Developing students' learning to learn skills through learning strategies and generic skills training.

B. Enhancing students' learning motivation through promoting reading and inquiry-based learning.

C. Enriching students' other learning experiences in different aspects including art, social services, job-related experience and moral and civic education through the providing a wide spectrum of learning activities.