1. Cultivating 3-Literacy
  • Studies are immersed in an environment of English, Chinese and Information and Computer Literacy.
  • Students are encouraged to apply their languages and IT skills over a broad range of subjects.
2. Innovative teaching and learning practices

Learn through real-life experiences Enhance collaboration skills Develop thinking skills

3. Learn through authentic, interactive tasks

The Project-based/Problem-based Learning (PBL) often lasts for 3 weeks. Grade One to Grade Four will carry out Project-based Learning while Grade Five and Grade Six will carry out Problem-based Learning. The purpose is to enhance our students’ questioning, investigating and generic skills as well as develop positive values. Students can also broaden their horizons through local or overseas excursions and different cross-curricular activities.

Grade 1 Celebrating Cultures
Grade 2 Animal Habitats
Grade 3 Our Community
Grade 4 Ancient Chinese Civilisation
Grades 5 and 6 Local Social Issues - Causes, Effects & Solutions or Science Investigation

4. Focus on the learning process
  • Real-life Experiences
  • Trial and Error
  • Prediction
  • Application
  • Innovation
5. Develop generic skills
  • Numeracy skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Self-management skills
  • Study skills
  • Collaboration skills
  • Communication skills
  • Creativity
  • Critical thinking skills
  • Information technology skills
6. Enhance whole person development
  • Liberal Arts 
  • Life Education 
  • Social Service Groups
  • Other Learning Experiences 
  • Uniform Groups 
  • Leadership Training Programmes

LEAP programme

G6 Outward Bound Camp

Play Day

Blindfold Lunch

Food Wise Hong Kong Campaign

Love Basket to the Elderly

Chinese Cultural Day

Science Week

Visit Elderly Centre

7. To diagnose students’ learning needs

  • Continuous formative assessments are carried out throughout the learning process in order to document students’ growth. 
  • Mid-term and Term-end summative assessments are carried out so as to provide teachers, students and parents a holistic review on students’ learning progress. 
  • Assessment results will be analyzed and evaluated for the teaching and learning process, in order to increase the effectiveness of teaching and learning.

8. Cater to individual learning needs

  • Small Group Learning
    • Small group learning are arranged in English, Chinese and Mathematics lessons to lower the teacher-student ratio, enhance interaction and encourage student participation.
    • Students have split class in all the lessons of English, Chinese and Mathematics. Students are arranged into groups according to their learning needs.

  • Enhancement and Enrichment Programmes
    • The School encourages multi-dimensional development of students. Enrichment programmes are offered to provide challenges to students. Through these programmes, students can deepen their learning and develop their interests.
    • Through establishing the data bank for talented students, students may have opportunities to participate in gifted programmes offered by educational institutions or school teams like Math Olympiad, Drama, Debate and Robotics.
    • In OLE lessons, students can choose to participate in different courses to enrich their learning experiences.
    • The school supports students with different educational needs by offering skills training groups and Individual Educational Plan. The goal is to help students to reach basic competency in their learning and to build up an effective learning habit.