Humanities Education

Humanities education helps students understand our society, the world and themselves. It helps maintain students’ personal development and become a confident, knowledgeable, and responsible person in families, communities, nations and the world.



一 學科目標

1 建構歷史知識:


2 掌握研習歷史的技能:


3    培養積極的態度和價值觀:



二 課程特色

1 學生掌握歷史事件後,會進行分組探究。每一堂期望能達到有聲、有畫和互動。
2 讓學生以不同學習框架討論歷史問題,藉此訓練學生的批判性思維、解難能力和溝通能力。

三  科組活動









A.Course objectives 


  1. To provide students with an understanding of the current situation of  Hong Kong, our country and the  world, as well as their  diverse and interdependent nature.
  2. To connect the subject knowledge learned in junior and senior forms to let students understand, study and explore different topics from multiple perspectives, and build a more solid foundation.


B Course features 


  1. To use the collective lesson preparation session to design lesson plans and establish a lesson plan resource library.
  2. To provide diversified learning opportunities and broaden students' horizons.
  3. Design a variety of courses according to the different abilities of students.



A. Course objectives


  1. To identify and ask questions from a geographic perspective;
  2. To explore and understand the relationship between human beings and the earth through study;
  3. To identify, select and access appropriate information and data from primary and secondary sources;
  4. To evaluate the findings, solutions or conclusions of the inquiry;
  5. To develop communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills through geographic inquiry


B. Group activities 

Students are required to participate in different types of investigation activities in order to apply the knowledge learned from books to real life.

River and Coastal Expeditions

River and Coastal Expeditions


Farming experience


A visit to the Mills



A. Course objectives:


  1. To enhance students’ awareness of the importance of the tourism and hospitality industry to our society, the nation and the world;
  2. To develop students’ intellectual capacity for life-long learning through the application of relevant concepts and knowledge in THS to daily situations;
  3. To appreciate the positive values and attitudes that contribute to the sustainability of the tourism and hospitality industry;
  4. To explore pathways for further studies in post-secondary institutions and for career development in the tourism and hospitality industry.

B. Course features:



  1. To cater for students’ individual differences by providing a variety of assessments at different levels of difficulty. 
  2. To improve students’ learning motivation by providing different creative learning opportunities.
  3. To promote students’ independent learning


C. Course structure:

Compulsory part


Introduction to Tourism, Introduction to Hospitality, Destination Geography, Customer Relations and Services, Trends and Issues in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Conferences, Incentives, Businesses, Exhibitions, Theme parks and Attractions





Featured coursework: Simulated travel agency, Student business card, Uniform design, Theme-based project

Off-campus activities: Visits, Work experience, Learning table manners

On-campus activities: Sharing sessions 

Situational Learning: Organising Charity Dinner



  1. (Local) Joint School Creative Tourism Enterprise Training Programme  Route Design Competition
  2. (International) GTTP Tourism Case Study Competition: Champion
  3. Participated students attended the prize giving ceremony in France and Monaco



A. Course objectives: 


  1. To know basic historical concepts, such as cause and effect, change and continuity, and similarities and differences; 
  2. To demonstrate independent judgment in following different lines of enquiry;
  3. To demonstrate not only an appreciation of the virtues of their own culture, but also tolerance of and respect of other cultures;
  4. To understand views, beliefs and values of different societies at different times so as to develop positive values and attitudes. 


B. Course features:



  1. Different teaching and assessment methods are adopted for junior form students, such as group discussion, role play, project and e-learning activities, etc;
  2. Strengthen students’ ability in responding data analysis so as to prepare for the HKDSE;
  3. Teachers design notes on teaching answering skills, ranging from basic to advanced thinking, to help students of different abilities to gain knowledge.
  4. Organize various extra-curricular activities to expose students to history, including local or overseas study tours, museum visits, project studies and off-campus competitions, etc.







A. Course objectives


  • To develop an interest in exploring human behavior and social issues through an economic perspective;
  • To understand the world in which they live through mastery of basic economic knowledge; 
  • To enhance students’ general intellectual capacity for life-long learning, through developing their capacities in economic analysis, so that they possess the skills necessary for reasoning about issues and making rational choices;
  • To participate as informed persons in the discussion of economic issues and decision making;
  • To become active and responsible citizens and contribute to the well-being of the local community, the nation and the world. 


B. Course features

Compulsory part:


Basic Economic Concepts, Firms and Production, Market and Price, Competition and Market Structure, Efficiency, Equity an the Role of Government, Measurement of Economic Performance, National Income Determination and Price Level, Money and Banking, Macroeconomic Problems and Policies and International Trade and Finance


Elective part:


Monopoly Pricing, Anti-competitive Behaviours and Competition Policy, Extension of Trade Theory and Economic Growth and Development