School Profile
2016 - 2017

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Moral and Academic Development


To enhance students’ English language proficiency through various learning activities.

  • School Assemblies and Form Assemblies are conducted each week. S.1 students have additional short assemblies. This is the time when teachers or guest speakers share with students their reflections on the wisdom of life, either in person or through broadcasts.

  • There are Ethics & Religious Education lessons at all levels that focus on the search for true values and positive attitudes through daily life experiences.

  • The School encourages students to take part in long-term community service. It helps to build in students a strong will and a spirit to serve others. Students are expected to make a positive contribution to society and fulfill the civic responsibilities of a citizen.

  • In S.1, Social Studies lessons are conducted in all classes to help students grasp knowledge of local history and geography.

  • There are Life and Society lessons in S.1 to S.3 that help to enhance their civic awareness and prepare them for the Liberal Studies in the Senior Secondary Curriculum.

  • Parts of the Chinese Language lessons in one class of each form of S.2 and S.3 are conducted in Putonghua.

  • There are two class teachers in each class of S.1-S.6. S.1-S.6 students have sessions on Careers Education which aim at providing direction for early pursuit of both career and life orientation.

  • For the purpose of upgrading language skills, there is reading time in class for S.1 to S.6. Students are offered additional courses of English Pronunciation and Online English Learning Programme during non-school hours. They also have opportunities for public speaking in and outside classrooms.

  • Junior level students have participated in the "Cross-curricular Project-Based Learning Scheme" since 1999. It aims to develop students' abilities in self-learning and inter-personal communication. It also trains students' data collection skills and helps develop analytical minds.

  • Computer Literacy lessons in junior levels focus on the application of common computer software and training in logical thinking. All students can have access to the Computer Room during their free time in school. This facilitates their early and quick mastery of information technology.