Science Days and STEM Fun Day (17-19, 21/04/2018)

Our Science curriculum aims to develop a broad and sound knowledge base to meet the challenges of living in a technologically advanced society and to respond to the latest STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education. During the third week of April, we organized a series of experiential learning including carrying out experiments, Food Science Competition, Augmented Reality, Circuit, Molecular Gastronomy, Solar Car, Paper Plane, Air Drone, Virtual Reality and Hologram works [......]

Dr. Jason Chan from HKUST visiting our school (15/11/17)

We were honoured to have invited Dr. Jason Chan from HKUST, also the host of TV Program < Sidewalk Scientist> to deliver us a Chemistry lecture about the chemical substances which can shine. We were deeply interested in the lesson, gaining a lot from it. By the end of the class, the staff members also let us know more information about the admission requirement entering the School of Science (HKUST).


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.


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

Science & Technology Exploratory Tour to South Korea (17-21/04/2017)

During the Easter Holiday, from 17 to 21 April, 2017, the Science & Technology Exploratory Tour to South Korea was organized by the Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics Departments. Three teachers and thirty students paid a visit to Digital Pavilion, LG Science Hall and Samsung D’ light in Seoul. The exhibition space and the science hall we visited were not merely a display of electronic products, but a place of interaction that allowed students to experience a new lifestyle through digi [......]

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 [......]

A visit to St. Paul’s Convent School (STEM Education) (10/01/2017)

To get a deeper understand in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, we visited St. Paul’s Convent School where a study package has been developed to facilitate teaching and learning using STEM. Our Mathematics and Science teachers gained a great deal from it, using STEM teaching at different levels.