Curriculum Aims:

School science education will provide learning experiences through which students acquire scientific literacy. Students will develop the necessary scientific knowledge and understanding, process skills, values and attitudes, for their personal development, for participating actively in a dynamically changing society, and for contributing towards a scientific and technological world. Science education aims for students to:

  • develop curiosity and interest in science;
  • develop the ability to inquire and solve problems;
  • acquire basic scientific knowledge and concepts for living in and contributing to a scientific and technological world;
  • recognize the usefulness and limitations of science and the interconnections between science, technology and society and to develop an attitude of responsible citizenship, including respect for the environment and commitment to the wise use of resources;
  • become familiar with the language of science and be equipped with the skills to communicate ideas in science-related contexts;
  • appreciate and understand the evolutionary nature of scientific knowledge;
  • attain personal growth through studying science; and
  • be prepared for further studies or enter careers in scientific and technological fields.
Subject Description:

The curriculum emphasizes a balanced approach towards the acquisition of scientific knowledge, attitudes and skills through carefully organized activities.

Subject in Forms:

Science is a compulsory subject in both Form 1 and 2

Subject Teachers:

Mr Li Wai Yuen, Mr Shum Chung Kit, Mr Ho Ka Ching