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Ongoing Renewal of the School Curriculum

 

The School Curriculum Framework

The broad and balanced 15-year school curriculum framework recommended by the Curriculum Development Council with strong interface helps students build up a solid knowledge foundation for progressing through various stages of learning. It is open and flexible in its design to suit different school contexts to foster students’ whole-person development and to nurture their lifelong and self-directed learning capabilities. Knowledge (broadly organised around eight Key Learning Areas), generic skills, and values and attitudes permeate through various levels of learning, ensuring the vertical continuity and lateral coherence of the curriculum.

  

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Remarks:

  1. Liberal Studies

    Implementing Citizenship and Social Development in lieu of Liberal Studies starting from Secondary 4 in the 2021/22 school year.

  2. Elective Subjects

    Phasing out Combined Science and Integrated Science starting from Secondary 4 in the 2021/22 school year.

  3. Priority Values and Attitudes

    Since 2020, there have been nine priority values and attitudes with the addition of law-abidingness and empathy.

  4. Generic Skills

    “Critical Thinking Skills” in Chinese is updated as「慎思明辨能力」.