Curriculum Features

Curriculum Orientation:

  1. Emphasizing a life-oriented approach, our curriculum is designed with a blended learning (Blended Curriculum) approach, incorporating subject-based, skill-based, and functional curriculum content to comprehensively address students' learning and developmental needs.

  2. In primary classes, the focus is on students' growth and development, gradually equipping them with the necessary knowledge and skills for daily life.

  3. In secondary classes, the curriculum is sequentially arranged based on students' post-school needs. Practical learning content is emphasized to enhance work skills, as well as problem-solving and critical thinking abilities.

  4. We place a strong emphasis on students' character development and actively promote values education, including life education, national education, and national security education.

  5. We encourage effective use of learning time and incorporate a wide range of holistic learning activities. Physical fitness and self-care activities are scheduled within class hours, along with practical and diverse tasks during long holidays.

  6. We continuously promote STEAM education to provide students with diverse learning experiences.

  7. We establish self-learning platforms to develop students' self-learning abilities and foster good study habits.

Curriculum Implementation:

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  1. Our school curriculum operates on a three-tier structure of "whole class, small group, and individual," catering to students' diversity.

  2. Some whole-class lessons are conducted through cross-class grouping. Additionally, in alignment with career planning and Individual Learning Plans (ILP), teachers and professionals arrange various types of small group and individual learning.

  3. Regular cross-curricular learning activities include:
    • "One Student, One Book" program in Chinese Language and Library Science subjects.
    • Integrated projects combining Information Technology and General Studies subjects.
    • Theme-based cross-curricular learning activities such as Science Week, Graduation Week, Life Camp, and Life Experience Circle.

  4. Collaboration between professionals and different subjects includes:
    • Social workers and school nurses collaborating in implementing sex education groups under the Life Education subject.
    • Speech therapists collaborating with Chinese Language and Work Skills Training subjects for co-teaching.
    • Occupational therapists collaborating with Sensory Integration subject for training.

  5. We actively promote home-school collaboration and encourage parental support in students' learning. Therefore, we have:
    • "Character Education Star" booklet.
    • Daily assessments and teaching plans (DataPac) for Chinese Language and Mathematics subjects.
    • Home training for Sensory Integration and Information Technology subjects.
    • "Healthy Warriors of Tsui Lam" program.
    • "Housework 23" program.

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