School Curriculum Introduction


Learning Goal


  • Primary education takes over from kindergarten education and continues to develop students’ learning abilities and interests. It also provides a solid foundation for students to move on to secondary education, enabling them to gain knowledge, and develop skills, values, and attitudes in greater depth.


  • The school’s curriculum planning is based on the renewed Seven Learning Goals, which emphasizes the importance of fostering national values, Chinese culture, values education, active learning, STEAM education, media and information literacy, healthy lifestyles, and balanced physical and mental development.


  • Seven Learning Goals

1. Through national and national security education, to learn about the country and Chinese culture, and to cultivate national concepts and national identity.

2. Know how to distinguish right from wrong, fulfil one’s responsibilities in the family, society, and the country, demonstrating positive values and attitudes such as perseverance, respect for others,

3. Possess knowledge base and perspective across the eight Key Learning Areas (KLAs) to prepare for personal growth and development honesty and care and making sensible and reasonable judgements and behaviours.

4. Actively communicate with others in English and Chinese (including Putonghua),

5. Develop generic skills and enquiry mindset, independent and active learning.

6. Cultivate an interest in extensive reading and a habit of active reading and utilise information and information technology in a rational and responsible manner.

7. To establish a healthy lifestyle, develop personal interests and potentials, enjoy getting along with different communities, cultivate interest in sports and arts activities and basic appreciation skills, and achieve balanced physical and mental development.


Our school puts much effort in broadening students’ learning experience.


1) Develops school-based curriculum and student-centred learning and teaching strategies


  • English: implements Read Write Inc. phonics programme that teaches reading and writing through a systematic approach rooted in phonics at Key Stage 1. Reading and writing programmes are incorporated in the Primary 2 to Primary 6 curricula, while Literary Appreciation is included in the Primary 6 curriculum to enhance students’ interest in learning and language proficiency.


  • Chinese: caters for the needs of non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students by developing a school-based Chinese Language curriculum and bringing in professional support to develop the core and enrichment programmes for NCS students.


  • Mathematics: designs classroom learning activities using inquiry and project-based approaches


  • General Studies: incorporates subject-based elements including technology exploration, environmental education, values education, national education, national security education, service learning and STEAM programmes, etc.


  • Information Technology: develops a school-based curriculum incorporating coding, VR, AR, and information literacy.


  • Music, Visual Arts and Physical Education: develops school-based specialised programmes to enhance student learning experience.


  • Customised STEAM School-based Curriculum: P.1 and P.2 curriculum focuses on students’ understanding of basic science, building fundamental Mathematics and the Arts skills, and developing basic computational thinking skills through fun activities. The P.3-P.6 curriculum focuses on developing students’ generic skills, investigative thinking, and independent and active learning skills through project-based learning.


2) Designs diversified life-wide learning programmes to enrich students’ learning experiences and promote whole-person development
  • Project Learning Weeks activities are organized to enables students construct knowledge, develop their generic skills, and establish positive values and attitudes.


  • Overseas Exchange Programme (Visiting Mainland Cities): Through experiential learning, students can enhance their understanding of the country, including its history, economy, culture, and people’s livelihood, and cultivate a sense of belonging and national identity. Overseas Exchange Programme (visiting other countries): to experience the culture and customs of other countries, to improve language skills, and to broaden horizons.


  • The School-based personal growth programme and the education Camp prepare students for career planning. The school-based self-growth programme also enhances students’ understanding of the country and Chinese culture and fosters the concept of nationhood and national identity.


3) Cultivate students’ reading habits
  • Students’ reading interest and ability are cultivated through reading time, reading programme, extended reading activities and library lessons, etc. The school also arranges extended reading activities in different subjects such as the Proverb Stories project in Chinese and the environment protection project in General Studies.


4) Implements e-learning and promotes self-learning
  • The school develops e-learning platforms to enhance the effectiveness of classroom learning, provide students with opportunities to extend and share their learning outcomes outside the classroom and allow teachers to provide timely feedback to facilitate teacher-student and student-student learning. E-learning platforms include Edmodo World, Kahoot, Nearpod, Canva, Quizizz, Padlet, etc.


  • School-based learning materials for TING pen users (primary one to five) are made to support students’ revision of English, Chinese, Maths and General Studies at home.


5) Practises whole person education and promoting multiple intelligences development
  • Offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities including Royal Ballet Class, English Drama Classes, Fencing, Chinese Dance, French Class, VR designer, School Safety Patrol Team and so on.


6) Takes full care of students’ learning needs
  • To promote students’ learning effectiveness, our school adopts wide variety of teaching and learning strategies in classroom including peer learning, group learning and buddy learning. Besides, we also provide remedial class, academic consolidation class, enrichment classes, after-school homework classes for Primary 1 & 2, support classes for new immigrants and Non-Chinese speaking students, Chinese class for Non-Chinese speaking students, art classes or sports training classes to cater for students’ learning differences and needs.


7) Focuses on teacher professional development
  • Facilitate professional development of teachers through teacher development days, teacher training programmes, co planning periods, peer lesson observations, subject sharing sessions, professional support from the Education Bureau, etc.