> Information on the NSS Curriculum

Curriculum 課程

  1.1 Compulsory Subjects 必修科
    English Language , Chinese Language , Mathematics (Compulsory Part) and Liberal Studies
    *Two modules of the extended part (Module 1: Calculus and Statistics; Module 2: Algebra and Calculus) are offered. Students based on their individual needs and interests may take one of the two modules.

*本校開設兩個延伸單元(單元一:微積分與統計;單元二:代數與微積分 )。學生可因應個別的學習需要和興趣,修讀其中一個單元。


  1.2 Elective Subjects to be offered for the New Senior Secondary Curriculum
    Biology 生物
    Chemistry 化學
    Physics 物理
    Chinese Literature 中國文學
    Chinese History中國歷史
    History 歷史
    Geography 地理
    Economics 經濟
    Business, Accounting & Financial Studies 企業、會計及財務概論
    Information & Communication Technology 資訊及通訊科技
    Visual Arts 視覺藝術
    Ethics and Religious Studies 倫理與宗教
    Students are open to a good choice of subject combination in the NSS curriculum. Each student can study at most seven subjects, which include four core subjects, namely Chinese Language, English Language, Mathematics and Liberal Studies as well as two or three elective subjects.



  1.3 Other Learning Experiences 其他學習經歷
    In addition to formal lessons being given in Religious & Moral Education, P.E. and Aesthetic Development (ASD), teaching and learning activities often extend beyond the classroom to cater for students' needs. The School also arranges community services for students to take part in and provides them with work-related experiences.
2.   Interface with Junior Secondary Curriculum 與初中課程的銜接
    To ensure effective transition to the NSS curriculum, the school has successfully adjusted the curriculum,the teaching strategies and the assessment modes in junior forms. One example is the introduction of Integrated Humanities in S.1 and S.2 to equip students with the necessary skills to tackle Liberal Studies under the NSS curriculum. Cross-curricular project-based learning is carried out from S.1 to S.3 to help students systemically master the various generic skills. S.3 students all are actively involved in a Social Service Scheme to cultivate their civic and community sense as well as to enhance their collaboration and communication skills.