Our school’s mathematics curriculum aims to develop pupils’ understanding of basic mathematical knowledge, creativity, and problem-solving skills so as to enhance their lifelong learning abilities. More specifically, different learning experiences are tailored into our school-based curriculum to assist pupils to master the following five basic dimensions of knowledge: Number, Shape and space, Measures, Data handling, and Algebra.
To arouse pupils’ interest, learning and assessment activities are of a wide variety. Pupils do not just learn the mathematical concepts by listening to their teachers. They are given opportunities to actively apply their knowledge and creativity in solving problems during project work (e.g. making models, doing surveys), group discussions and presentations. Their confidence in Mathematics is also enhanced through participation in a number of inter-class and inter-school competitions.
Let's take a look at what activities the students had participated this year (2017-18)
Let's take a look at what activities the students had participated this year (2016-17)
We welcome your views, interesting news or challenges of Mathematics/General Studies. You could express your ideas to your Math or GS teachers, or send email to [email protected]