Science & Mathematics Education

Mathematics education cultivates students' curiosity about the world and strengthens their scientific thinking and literacy. Students achieve these learning objectives by studying Mathematics, Science, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.



A. Course objectives:


  1. To use mathematics to formulate and solve problems in daily life;
  2. The ability to communicate with others and express their views clearly and logically in mathematical language;
  3. The ability to manipulate numbers, symbols and other mathematical objects;
  4. The capacity to appreciate structures and patterns;
  5. A positive attitude towards the learning of mathematics and an appreciation of the aesthetic and cultural aspects of mathematics.


B. Course features:



  1. Core Part (S1-S6)
  2. Extended Part (M1)






Combined Science

Course objectives:

The aim of the Combined Science Curriculum is to provide science-related learning experiences for students to enable them to develop scientific literacy, so as to prepare for their senior secondary curriculum. At the same time, they can participate actively in our rapidly changing knowledge-based society, prepare for further studies or careers in fields related to science, and become lifelong learners in science and technology. 

 Course features:



  1. To introduce the learning of science in real-life context. The range of learning and teaching are intended to appeal to students of all abilities and aspirations, and to stimulate their interest and motivation in learning. 
  2. Students are arranged to conduct the experiments on their own in which students’ experimental skills can be trained. 







A. Course objectives 


  1. To arouse students’s interest in the physical world and maintain their curiosity and thirst for knowledge in the physical world;
  2. To construct and apply knowledge of physics and appreciate the relationship between the physical sciences and other disciplines;
  3. To acquire the skills to conduct scientific inquiry to solve problems related to physics;
  4. To focus on the social, moral, economic, environmental and technological impacts of physics, and develop responsible citizenship.


B. Course structure

Compulsory Parts: Heat and Gas, Forces and Motion, Waves, Electricity and Magnetism, Radiological Phenomena and Nuclear Energy

Electives: Astronomy and Space Science, Atomic World, Energy and Use of Energy, Medical Physics (2 out of 4)



A. Course objectives:


  1. To cultivate curiosity and interest in scientific research;
  2. To understand chemical phenomena, facts and laws, principles, concepts and theories;
  3. To check the evidence and use logical reasoning to draw reasonable conclusions;
  4. To interpret observations and experimental data, and use appropriate expressions to present experimental results;
  5. To integrate new concepts into existing knowledge structures and apply them to new situations;
  6. To focus on the impact of chemistry on society, economy, industry, environment and technology.


B. Course features


1.Diversified experiments: The chemistry class combines theory and experiments. Students carry out diversified experiments to apply the theories they have learned. 

S3: Use the separation method to separate the salt and chocolate beans color layer method.
S4: Use the chemical reactions to distinguish the cations contained in different colorless liquids.
S6: Test carcinogens in sausages and salt content in potato chips.


S6 students are measuring the content of vitamin C in fruit juice


2 Diversified Learning:

Teachers use different learning software such as socrative, Quizzez to improve students' learning effectiveness.
Students make models and drawings to understand microstructures and experience different modes of learning.


3 Gifted Programs
High-achievers in chemistry are nominated to take university courses and gifted courses to allow them to study more in-depth theory.


Pamela Chu (5A) and Luo Chengjun (6A) participated in Innovative Chemistry STEM Programme: Chemistry in Fighting Disease at the Chinese University of Hong Kong



A. Course objectives


  1. To cultivate interest in biology and curiosity about the mysterious biological world;
  2. To master the experimental skills and understand the analysis results through experiments,;
  3. To master the skills and processes of solving scientific problems;
  4. To develop values ​​and attitudes that respect all living things and the environment.


B. Course structure

Compulsory Parts: Cells and Molecules of Life, Genetics and Evolution, Biology and Environment, Health and Disease
Electives: Human Physiology (Regulation and Control), Applied Ecology