Mathematics
Aims
1. Enhance the effectiveness of  teaching and learning in junior forms through curriculum and assessment programme.
2. Strengthen the performance of students in HKDSE through assessment and training scheme.
3. Promote e-Learning and STEM in junior forms to arouse students’ interest and enhance understanding.
4. Develop a comprehensive analysis system to examine learning outcomes.
5. Enrich able students through activities and training classes.
6. Promote staff development through peer observations and professional trainings.
Curriculum Highlights
1. Junior form students can monitor their learning progress through form tests. After-school enrichment and remedial classes are arranged for students to cater their learning needs.
2. Senior students can boost their ability through training class. DSE topics and university level contents will be discussed in the class.
3. Besides school curriculum, we offer various of extra-curricular activities such as Maths Corner, Mathematics competitions and off-school elite programmes for students.
Curriculum Framework

Form 1 – 3 Mathematics

 Strand Learning Units Number and Algebra Basic computation Directed numbers Approximate values and numerical estimation Rational and irrational numbers Using percentages Rates, ratios and proportions Algebraic expressions Linear equations in one unknown Linear equations in two unknowns Laws of integral indices Polynomials Identities Formulae Linear inequalities in one unknown Measures, Shape and Space Errors in measurement Arc lengths and areas of sectors 3-D figures Mensuration Angles and parallel lines Polygons Congruent triangles Similar triangles Quadrilaterals Centres of triangles Pythagoras’ theorem Rectangular coordinate system Trigonometry Data Handling Organisation of data Presentation of data Measures of central tendency Probability

Form 4 – 6 Mathematics (Compulsory Part)

 Strand Learning Units Number and Algebra Quadratic equations in one unknown Functions and graphs Exponential and logarithmic functions More about polynomials More about equations Variations Arithmetic and geometric sequences and their summations Inequalities and linear programming More about graphs of functions Measures, Shape and Space Equations of straight lines Basic properties of circles Loci Equations of circles More about trigonometry Data Handling Permutations and combinations More about probability Measures of dispersion Uses and abuses of statistics

Form 4 – 6 Mathematics (Extended Part Module 2)

 Strand Learning Units Foundation Knowledge Odd and even functions Mathematics induction The binomial theorem More about trigonometric functions Introduction to e Calculus Limits Differentiation Applications of differentiation Indefinite integration and its applications Definite integration Applications of definite integration Algebra Determinants Matrices Systems of linear equations Introduction to vectors Scalar product and vector product Applications of vectors