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Ongoing Renewal of the School Curriculum

  

Background

The Learning to Learn curriculum reform that started in 2001 has been promoting curriculum and pedagogical change that fosters students’ whole-person development and learning to learn capabilities to achieve lifelong learning. Over the past decade or so, much has been achieved in schools through the implementation of the reform. To maintain Hong Kong’s competitive edge and to prepare our students well for the local and global changes taking place in various fields, it is necessary to enhance the Learning to Learn curriculum reform, to sustain and deepen the accomplishments achieved and to identify new focuses in the curriculum as we move to a new phase of ongoing curriculum renewal - focusing, deepening and sustaining in response to the changing context. In this connection, the Basic Education Curriculum Guide (Primary 1-6) was updated in 2014, followed by the updating of the Kindergarten Education Curriculum Guide, Secondary Education Curriculum Guide as well as various Key Learning Area Curriculum Guides and their supplements in 2017 and beyond.

  

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