Mathematics & Science

A Professional Sharing between Primary and Secondary Sections (06/10/2017)

To strengthen the cooperation and development of both Primary and Secondary Sections, we had invited the panel heads of the main subjects from both schools to have a professional dialogue on 6 Oct 2017. This time the teaching staff members from the Primary Section share what they have been doing to enhance the teaching and learning effectiveness to us and we gain a lot of invaluable insights and ideas from them.


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Extended Learning Activities in English (29-30/06/2017)

To empower us in working out a holistic strategy in conducting extended learning activities (ELA) in English and promoting stronger collaboration between English Language teachers and content subject teachers to systematically expose students to the use of English in the context of relevant subjects, we invited Mr John Polias and Mrs Bette Li from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University to our school to equip our English and EMI subject teachers with the knowledge, skills and strategies for effecti [......]


KTL Special 2016-2017

File Name File Size
KTL Special 2016 (4th issue)
8.3 MB
KTL Special 2016 (3rd issue)
3.7 MB
KTL Special 2016 (2nd issue)
12.7 MB
KTL Special 2016 (1st issue)
5.3 MB

Admission results from The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education (2016-17)

Good news! We are honoured to have 9 students admitted to The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education (2016-17). The full list can be retrieved from the following hyperlink:

Admission Results from The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education (2016-17)


New Senior Secondary Subject Information (To all S3 students and parents)

To get a better understanding of the New Senior Secondary (NSS) Curriculum, all S3 students and their parents are welcome to view a concise description of the New Senior Secondary (NSS) subjects offered in our school via the following link:

(Please click on the following words)
New Senior Secondary Subject Information


Guangzhou True Light Visit (Math Study Tour) (7-9/04/2017)

To enhance students’ understanding of the History of True Light and to help them experience the mathematics learning environment of the Mainland China to see how learning mathematics is different from that in Mainland, a 3-day Guangzhou True Light Visit (Math Study Tour) was held from 7 to 9 April 2017. Through various mathematics learning activities and lesson observations, all the above aims were achieved. This tour also enables students to establish ties with their mainland counterparts throu [......]


School Visits to Hangzhou (26-29/03/2017)

Thanks to the Mainland-Hong Kong Teachers Exchange & Collaboration Programme and Sister School Scheme, this year, a group of 17 teachers, led by Principal Lee, visited secondary schools including Hangzhou Senior High School and our sister school, Baochu Pagoda Experimental School, in Hangzhou in March in order to enhance our professional capacity through lesson observations and professional conferencing.

We also visited various scenic spots including West Lake, Eight Diagram Field, The Grand [......]


Science Education Activities (Nov 2016-Mar 2017)

1. STEM Activities
From January to March, our Science teachers gave a chance for all form one and two students to get a taste of taking part in STEM activities.

In line with the topic of our Science textbook Unit 9 Electricity, every form 2 girl assembled a mini motor. The students made a lot of efforts to ensure the motor is working. It is absolutely a challenging experience for them.

Next, based on Unit 4 Energy of the S.1 Science textbook, every group of form one students assembled a solar o [......]


Press Release on MingPao (22/03/2017)

Our Math Department has joined the “Seed” Project from EDB to explore and develop strategies on the teaching and learning of calculating the curved surface area of various sizes of units. It incorporates the knowledge of both Physics and Biology, making use of the sizes of big and small rats as examples. Our school has been pioneering and promoting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education in our curriculum and this strongly enhances teaching and learning effectiveness, n [......]


Maths Week (10/02/2017)

Maths Week took place from the 7th to the 9th of February, involving various calculating activities for our schoolmates to allow them to see the fun in maths. While many students might associate maths with endless exercises and boredom, Maths Week offered an alternative approach, leading to the ignition of a new passion for the subject in students. The various activities allowed us to become more confident in our mathematical abilities, in addition to developing their team work, perseverance, an [......]