Department - Chinese

In the past few years, our school has developed the P. 1 – P. 4 school-based curriculum to arouse our students’ interests and abilities in learning Chinese. Based on the previous success, we will continue to work collaboratively with the Language Learning Support Section of EDB to assist teachers in developing the P.5 Chinese school-based curriculum.

To enhance students’ learning abilities in Chinese and knowledge about life in Hong Kong, we provided a Bridging Programme during the summer holiday.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We give our students experiences in aspects of main stream Chinese culture, through various Chinese festivals and events. Our department foster a sense of belonging and familiarity for life in Hong Kong. In the coming year, students will have hands-on experience in making Chinese cultural handicraft themselves. Folklores of Chinese festivals such as: Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, Chinese New Year, Dragon Boat Festival etc will be presented to the students in the morning assemblies. We encourage students to join the Chinese speech festival. A Chinese Day will be held to support students interest in learning and using the Chinese language.

Chinese E-Learning and Useful Links 中文電子學習及學習連結

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department - English

Space Town – Reading/Writing

Developed by the Advisory Teaching Team, Native English Section, Education Bureau. This programme provides direction and guidance for the teaching of literacy with a focus on reading and writing, as well as the tools necessary for the assessment of student needs and the knowledge of how they read and write. It promotes the use of teaching strategies like Storytelling, Reading Aloud, Shared Reading, Guided Reading, and Independent Reading; as well as Shared Writing and Process Writing. The contents of this programme are in line with the EDB’s curriculum document, English Language Curriculum Guide, thus linking closely to the General English lessons in our school.

Extending from the Space Town Programme, our P.4 to P.6 curriculum focuses on enhancing students’ writing and editing skills. Catering to our non-Chinese students, it incorporates a writing booklet that encompasses practices on different text type, taking students through the different stages of writing.

An e-learning platform also provides diversity to students’ self-learning after school. Practices can thus be done at their own pace and time after school, with teachers having real-time access to students’ progress.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department - Mathematics

The primary mathematics curriculum aims to:

1. stimulate the interest of pupils in the learning of mathematics;
2. develop pupils' understanding and acquisition of basic mathematical concepts and computational skills;
3. develop pupils' creativity, and their ability to think, communicate and solve problems;
4. develop pupils' number sense and spatial sense, and their ability to appreciate patterns and structures of number and shapes;
5. enhance pupils' lifelong learning abilities through basic mathematical knowledge. (Mathematics Curriculum Guide (P1-P6) (2000))

Major Concerns 2019-2020

  • To extend the effectiveness of teaching and learning through STEM activities
  • To cater students’ learning diversity
  • To arouse student' interset in learning Mathematics by reading

School-based curriculum

P.1 School-based Textbooks and Workbooks
P.2 School-based Workbooks

Activity: Maths day

 

Mathematics Online Learning Platform

Self-learning Zone


1.

Online videos / songs

 

Days of the week(1)

Multipliation table of 3 (Fun Tic-Tac-To)

 

Days of the week(2)

Multipliation table of 6

 

Days of the week(3)

Multipliation table of 4 and 6 (Fun Pattern in Numbers)

 

2-D shapes(1)

Multipliation table of 9 (Multiplication with fingers)

 

2-D shapes(2)

Multipliation table of 9

 

Basic Division

Multipliation table of 1-10 (Multiplication with table)

 

Telling the time

Multipliation table of 7 (Magic Math For 7's Multiplication )

 

Parallelogram

Multipliation table of 8

Multipliation of two numbers

2.

Maths Online games / Exercises

 

Chinese Abacus

Tangrams

Stop the clock

 

Pictogram

Pictogram(EDB)

Maths Online Exercises

 

Arcademic Builders

Angles

Algebra

 

Tessellation

Multiplication

Ictgames.com

 

Funbrain.com

3. Useful links
  Hong Kong Monetary Authority interactive games ETV
  http://www.hkma.gov.hk/eng/classroom/page/notescoins/security.htm
   
4. Maths Online Magazine
 

數學百寶箱: https://math8.hk/newspaper/

  +plus magazine : https://plus.maths.org/content/
EDB Online reading -- lmoment newsletter:

https://www.edb.gov.hk/en/curriculum-development/kla/ma/IMO/IMOment.html

P.4 Maths Tessellation

What is Tessellation ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GiKeeWSf4s

Tessellations Examples

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vm4zLz1DtkM

How to Make a Tessellation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cv52kYNufs0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYGIhZ_HWfg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLl_ZzWy_hI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5FYehN0IYA

P.2 Weight

Maths Lesson - Learn the Basics of Weight
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1mYpyFDcbI

NUMBERJACKS | Getting Heavy | S1E8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrLIai7Wtls



Department - General Studies

Our school-based programs, project-based learning with visits and guided tours to various venues (Sept-Dec), science activities (Mar), scheduled field trips for each class level (Jun) and Fruit Month promotion (Apr-May) have laid the foundation for students’ generic skills and knowledge exploration in coping with challenges in life.

With this foundation as the basis and for years ahead, our department will bridge up with the EDB’s STEM education for extending students’ knowledge and skills in science and technology.

Field Trip at Kowloon Park

Field Trip at Water Resource Education Centre

Science Exploration Activity

Fruit Sharing Party
Project Learning at Endangered Species Resource Centre
Project Learning at Hong Kong Central Library
Department - Physical Education Curriculum
It is important to acquire good health, physical fitness and bodily coordination through participating regularly in physical activity. In the PE lessons, students can develop motor skills and acquire knowledge through physical activities. Moreover, positive values and attitudes for the development of an active and healthy lifestyle are cultivated.

Students are encouraged to participate in inter-school competition in order to train up their physical ability, problem solving skills and to enhance their cooperation abilities. It also allows them to have a greater exposure to the society.

Physical fitness is assessed twice during the school term in addition to the sports skills test.
Department - Visual Arts Curriculum
The arts have been a part of humanity from the very beginning. People create art to make connections and to construct meaning, and these connections serve as bridges to each new generation. The arts are deeply embedded in our daily life, whether we realize it or not, and are an inseparable part of our humanity.

Students will be able to:

 Recognize and understand the complex nature of visual expression.
 Understand the variety of the functions and purposes for creating art.
 Understand the changing nature of art; art as a universal language of symbols and images, and as an intrinsic element of human
 expression.
 Recognize art as integral to daily life in that our constructed environment is shaped and influenced by the elements of art and
 principles of design.
 Discover, utilize, and transfer connections between the visual arts and other disciplines.
 Strengthen their creative, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills while accepting multiple solutions to a single problem.



Department - Music Curriculum
Our music curriculum aims at developing students’ music skills, creativity, aesthetic sensitivity and positive values through enjoyment in music activities.

We offer students opportunities to explore music through singing, recorder playing (primary 3 to 6), music appreciation and creative activities. To tailor-make our music curriculum, we joined the QEF-HKIEd Collaborative Project on Teaching Cantonese Opera in Primary and Secondary School in 2011-12. Our school was allocated with one Cantonese Opera artist for collaborative teaching in Primary 4 and 5 music lessons.

Various music-related extracurricular activities are provided for our students to develop their talents, which includes erhu, junior choir, marching band, recorder team, show choir, ukulele, violin and wind classes. Our recorder team has won 1 first (Honours) in recorder solo, 1 first (Merit) in recorder ensemble, 1 second (Honours) in recorder duet, 1 second (Merit) in recorder solo and 3 thirds (Merit) in recorder duet and solo in the 69th Hong Kong School Music Festival while our choir got a 6th position in the 15th Hong Kong Inter-Primary School English Folk Song Group Singing Contest.

Students have multiple opportunities to perform music for an audience through our morning assembly and special events such as inter-class Christmas songs singing contest. In 2016, our recorder team performed with Taiwan recorder teams in the Education University of HK. They also joined various community performances like the LCSD Music Office School Care Subsidy Scheme – Gala Concert.

Collaborative Project on Teaching Cantonese Opera in Primary and Secondary Schools (2009-12)
http://www.eduhk.hk/rdo/KnowledgeTransfer/eng/showcase2.php?showcase_id=9

Hong Kong Schools Music Festival
http://www.hksmsa.org.hk/en/music-festival/

Taiwan-Hong Kong Schools Recorder Interflow Concert 2016
https://www.facebook.com/pg/HKRI.ORG/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1075107062557912
https://www.facebook.com/pg/HKRI.ORG/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1076580582410560
https://www.facebook.com/pg/HKRI.ORG/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1078863518848933

2015/16 School Care Subsidy Scheme
https://www.facebook.com/schoolcaresubsidyscheme/

Department - Computer Literacy
We provide an introduction to general computer hardware and software knowledge and skills for students. Topics include basic computer hardware, windows operation, the Internet, word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software, and Web design will be taught.

From Primary 1 to Primary 3, we aim to develop our students’ curiosity and interest in learning with IT. Our students are encouraged to be adventurous with I.T. and try I.T. tools through interesting learning activities so that they will become familiar with common computer operations and realize the use of common applications of I.T. in daily life.

From Primary 4 to Primary 6, students are expected to make use of IT tools in various learning activities. Students should have the opportunity to access information via computer networks with the support of teachers. Students should develop communication and information processing skills.