Overall Aims

With reference to the latest curriculum development, Computer Literacy as well as Information and Communication Technology aim to transmit updated and applicable knowledge of information technology to nurture and enhance students’ information literacy.


The 21st century is a knowledge-based and technology driven era. People who can make good use of information to construct knowledge will be at an advantage to sharpen their competitive edge in their studies, the workplace and their daily life. Construction of knowledge is regarded as a process of exploration in which students need to distinguish their needs of information and know how to search, assess, extract, organise as well as express messages. Students need to innovate and, at the same time, cope with the changes in the sea of information. In the learning process, students need to acquire different skills as well as integrate and apply what they have learnt in cross-curricular individual and group projects to be all-rounders and lifelong learners.


In order to provide students more opportunities to put theories into practice, with the QEF Fund, the rear part of the Multi-media Learning Centre has been renovated as a Maker Corner with basic equipment and materials to create a space for students to experiment, work, machine, etc. More IT elites will be nurtured in our school with the diversified and interactive cross-curricular curriculum.


Features of the School-based Curriculum

Computer Literacy (S.1 – S.3)

The aims of the Computer Literacy curriculum are:

  • to familiarize students with the basic structure, both hardware and software, of the computer operating system as well as the features and functions of the basic components;
  • to enhance students’ skills to use software including Word, Excel, data management systems, multi-media production and programming;
  • to help students understand the basic components of a computer network and its use as well as activities online;
  • to collaborate with Innovation and Technology Education and other departments to further develop the diversified and interactive curriculum to serve as a breeding ground for future IT elites; and
  • to nurture students’ information literacy, instilling correct values, to be responsible netizens.


Information and Communication Technology (S.4 – S.6)

The aims of the Information and Communication Technology curriculum are:

  • to help students understand the organization of a computer system and the relationships among hardware, software and data;
  • to help students understand the social, ethical and legal problems of using information and communication technology;
  • to help students distinguish as well as effectively and ethically use a series of application software to support information management and solve problems;
  • to help students understand the different ways of analyzing problems and to apply information and communication technology to plan and actualize the solutions;
  • to help students experience how information literacy and the knowledge shared using information and communication technology influence the decisions of people and change the society; and
  • to nurture students to be responsible and ethical users of information and communication technology.


Co-curricular Activities

  • Fun with Learning 2018
  • Makeblock IoT Device Maker Competition
  • Hong Kong ICT Awards
  • 2018 IT Elite
  • Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau STEM Triathlon 2018
  • Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) Secondary School Robotics Competition
  • Computer Science Challenge 2018
  • Make Faire Hong Kong 2018
  • MakeX
  • CUHK Jockey Club AI for the Future Project
  • Science Camp 2020
  • Youth Impact Award 2.0
  • RoboMaster Youth Tournament
  • Solar Power Model Car Design Competition 2021
  • HKHS Gerontech Competition
  • JUMPSTARTER IdeaPOP! Hong Kong Student Startup Competition