Academic Committee

Academic Committee



  1. To build up serious learning and teaching culture and atmosphere, and enhance students’ interests and capabilities in learning. 
  2. To co-ordinate the development of languages and library reading programs to promote reading in school. 
  3. To develop school-based curriculum and effective learning and teaching strategies.
  4. To promote different teaching methods and strategies with the trend in education.
  5. To develop systematic operational procedures.


Members and Structure (2019-20)

Chief AC Mistress                   : Assistant Vice Principal Ms. Wong Hiu Tung, 

                                                   Assistant Vice Principal Ms. Chiu Man Ming

Senior AC Master                    : Mr. Yeung Wing Shing

AC Mistress/ Master                : Ms. Yuen Ho Kwan, Mr. Lam Wai Kin

Assistant AC Mistress             : Ms. Chu Wai Ting

S1 AC Master                          : Mr. Yeung Wing Shing

S2 AC Master                          : Mr. Lam Wai Kin

S3 AC Mistress                        : Ms. Yuen Ho Kwan

Members                                  : Mr. Ma Kai Sing, Mr. Sze Chik Ki, Mr. Cheung Wai Ho

Assistant                                  : Mr. Chan Kin Fung

General Office                         : Ms. Lee Wing Yan, Letitia, Ms. Chu Kit Fong, Vicki


School-base KLA Curriculum












LSF (WHT)Languages






PSHE and Value Education



Sports, Arts and Creativity (ECCAC)

















Science, D&T, ICT, H.E., B.A., Maths


通識中史, Hist, Econ, Geog.



P.E., V.A., Music
















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2. The Belt and Road Initiative

3. National Identity and Global Citizenship  

4. Chinese Foreign Policy

5. Moral Education


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Major Concerns (2019-2020)

  1. Developing School-Based Curriculum.
  2. Enhancing assessment systems and the efficiency of teaching and learning.
  3. Enhancing cross-curricular language learning.


Program Plan (2019-20)


Highlights of Routine Plan


Assessments inside and outside school

School-wide teaching evaluation program to enhance learning and teaching

Arranging various after class courses, catering for the needs of students 

Cultivate students’ reading habits, improve reading atmosphere

Admission of new entrants and registration of new and current students

Educational Video

Library affairs

“Flying High Programme”

Academic Tour

Summer Course


Highlights of Implementation plan


Implementation plan


1. Encouraging the professional development of teachers and raising the efficiency of teaching and learning

1.1 Assuring Teaching Quality

· Refining the appraisal system

· Providing support and assistance


1.2 Conducting various teaching and learning pedagogies, catering for learning diversity 


1.2.1 Promote e-learning

   -   Set up e-learning task force

-   Promote e-learning and IT teaching 

-   Developing school-based iBook, promote the use of Flipped Classroom, AR/VR techniques, etc.

   -   Prepare for ‘BYOD’

1.2.2 Cater for gifted students 

-   Continuing the provision of Gifted Education in accordance with EDB’s 3-tier implementation model

1.2.3 Cater for SEN students

-   Promoting different teaching and learning strategies 

-   Reviewing homework adjustments by all subjects

1.2.4  Thinking skills course

-   Revise school-based Thinking Skills Course


2. Developing School-based curriculum


2.1 Development of 4 School-Based Key Learning Areas

· Carrying out 3-year targets for different KLAs

· Mapping and refining KLA cross subjects curricula

· Promote and coordinate cross-curricular activities 

· Enhancing the cross-subject/ KLA Reading Scheme

· Enhancing LAC


2.2 Developing STEM education 

· Adding 3D design in CL and D&T curriculum

· Developing programming in CL curriculum

· Refining robot program in D&T curriculum

· Revise school-based robot program in bridging course

· Reforming the curriculum of Home Economics

· Incorporating STEM into the PBL programme


2.3 Reconstruction of subject curricula

  • According to EDB curriculum guides, AC curriculum development team and school’s instruction and requirement


2.4 Preparation of 2019-20 12-day cycle curricula

  • Refining all subject curricula to 12-day cycle 


2.5 Reviewing Curriculum  

  • A review showing vertical, horizontal and spiral learning of key learning abilities (knowledge and skills) of subject


3. Enhancing assessment systems, raising the efficiency of teaching and learning

3.1 Enhancing the quality of assessment tools

    • Encourage the design of diversified school-based assessment 


3.2 Strengthening internal and external assessment performances and data analysis

    • Analyzing student’s performance marks in order to improve teaching and learning
    • Fine-tuning the teaching focus based on the TSA performance and analysis
    • Evaluating the results of internal assessments by AQP platform, providing focused feedbacks and suggesting detailed teaching strategies 
    • Evaluating and assuring the efficiency of providing assessment feedbacks


3.3 Enhancing coursework policies

  • Adjusting the coursework materials which cater for learners’ diversities
  • Introducing various kinds of course assessments

· Enhancing and strengthening homework follow-up policies

· Reviewing homework adjustments for SEN student by all subjects


4. Strengthen the education on the gifted

4.1 Systematizing the nurturing of gifted students 

  • Training on gifted education for all subject and committee teachers
  • Implementing tier structure for gifted education
  • Strengthening of off-site support by running the ‘Star Programme’
  • participating GE School Network Initiative by EDB and Professional Development Schools scheme
  • Operating the Internal Professional Learning Circle to facilitate professional exchanges among teachers
  • encouraging PD of teachers
  • Representatives from major subjects to complete the GE foundation and intermediate courses

4.2 Coordinating Academic School Teams

  • Design curriculum (training and exercise)
  • Participate in interschool / open competitions

· Talent Pool 


5. Providing substantial support, enhancing students’ academic performance

Knowing students’ characteristics and ability, providing various support and adjustments

· Support for Non-Chinese students

· Support to cater for learners’ diversity

· Support for gifted education


  • Non-Chinese speaking (NCS) Students: 
    • Chinese Language and Putonghua: The school is currently designing and developing a school-based Chinese language curriculum for NCS students. NCS students are not required to take Putonghua lessons, instead, they will be provided Chinese language consolidation training. 
    • Liberal Studies (LS): Following the language policy of the School, the principle medium of instruction of LS is Chinese. English materials would be provided as reference to help NCS students grasp the key concepts. NCS students are strongly recommended to purchase the English version of the textbooks as reference (as stated on the book list).
    • Chinese History: The lack of prior knowledge in Chinese History is the biggest hurdle to NCS students in learning the subject. Therefore, issues would be taught to NCS students in a special way, with reference made to current events so as to facilitate their understanding. Small group teaching for NCS students also makes it easier to teach them the historical timeline through story-telling. 
    • For tests and examinations, a different set of paper will be provided for NCS students in Chinese Language, Chinese History and Liberal Studies.