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Small Group Teaching and Learning

Small group teaching is provided for all core subjects with appx.

25 students in each classroom to address learner diversity.

Subjects with small group teaching (2019-20)

Levels F.1 F.2 F.3 F.4 F.5 F.6
English Language
Chinese Language
Integrated Humanities
Liberal Studies
Computer Literacy
Home Economics

Other Languages education

Japanese, French and Spanish as elective subjects

Spanish is the third most-widely used language in the world, and

French follows closely (at present, at least 10,000 terms in the

English vocabulary originate from French). Students who are

exposed to the culture of other countries through language can

gain a much wider global view to give them a competitive edge and

better education and career opportunities.

Interested students may take up one elective Foreign Language

(French or Spanish) at school starting from Form 1 and are

encouraged to sit for the respective public examinations in Form 4

to Form 6. Japanese is also available for Form 4 to Form 6 students.

Other Examination

Junior Secondary students have the option to apply to take the Cambridge

First Certificate in English (FCE) and International General Certificate of Secondary

Education – English (IGCSE – Eng) whereas Senior Secondary students have the

option to apply to take the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE),

the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) and the International English Language

Testing System (IELTS) examinations. Preparation classes will be provided for students.

(The number of examinations a student can sit for is subject to the school’s approval.)

2019 International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) Examination

No. of Candidates No. of Papers Sat No. of Distinctions 

 (Grades 9-7)*

No. of Distinctions & Credits

(Grades 9-4)*

92 246 199 235

*Grading system of IGCSE


Subjects: Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Chinese Language, Economics, English (as 2nd language), English Language A, History, Mathematics, Physics, Further Pure Mathematics, French, and German.