Unique features of the curriculum

    • Promote the use of readers for teaching English and Chinese, value the importance of reading and develop independent learning and creativity.
    • Mathematics covers areas such as mental arithmetic, problem-solving and speed calculations.
    • Introduce science in Year 1 to encourage enquiry-based learning.
    • Introduce Moral Education from Year 1, enabling them to understand themselves better and express themselves more effectively. Through this subject, students learn to respect others.
    • Incorporate study field trips into most subjects, consolidating what is learnt in class.
    • Introduce community service from Year 3.
    • Students in Year 4 or above participate in annual overseas study tours.
    • The curriculum of the Lower Primary Years concentrates on equipping them with a back of knowledge and developing their ability.
    • In the Lower Secondary Section, students learn to communicate their ideas effectively and develop an enquiring mind.
    • In the Upper Secondary Section, students learn to communicate their ideas effectively and develop an enquiring mind.
    • In the Upper Secondary Sections, students learn to be organized, analytical and independent in their studies.
    • In Years 11 and 12, students engage in more theoretical studies. More emphasis will also be placed on enquiry-based learning, critical thinking and reflections.