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Panel Member
Ms Lau Lai Man (Panel Chair)
Mr.Chong Chi Shing
Mr Chiu Se Shing
Ms Law Wan Sze Cecili
Mr Tang Shing Lok (Lab. tech.)
Ms Hung Pui Wa (Lab. tech.)

Curriculum Objectives

A.    Knowledge and understanding

        Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding in relation to
        1. some phenomena, facts and concepts in science
        2. some scientific vocabulary and terminology
        3. spsome applications of science in society and students' everyday life

B.    Scientific method and problem solving skills

        Students will be able to
        1. ask relevant questions, suggest ideas and make predictions
        2. select and apply facts and concepts learnt to solve problems
        3. propose hypotheses and devise methods for testing them
        4. analysis data, draw conclusions and make further predictions

C.    Laboratory techniques

        Students will be able to
        1. handle apparatus and chemicals safely and properly
        2. carry out instructions for experiments
        3. observe and describe objects and experimental results accurately
        4. select appropriate apparatus and suggest experimental procedures

D.    Communication skills

        Students will be able to
        1. manipulate simple numerical and other data
        2. interpret scientific information from data presented in diagrammatic, numerical, tabular and graphical forms
        3. organize and present information in a clear and orderly manner
        4. communicate scientific ideas and values with one another

E.    Decision making skills

        Students will be able to make objective judgments based on data and arguments presented with scientific, ethical,
        economic, political and social considerations

F.    Attitude

        Students should
        1. develop curiosity and interest in science
        2. be aware of the importance of the safety of oneself and others in the laboratory and be committed to safe practices
            in daily life
        3. develop an awareness of scientific advancement and its social, economic, environmental and technological implications
        4. be willing to communicate and comment on issues related to science and respect the decisions of others
        5. show concern for the care of the environment and a willingness to contribute to it

G.    Self-directed learning skill

        Students should
        1. develop effective memorization skills, i.e. graphic organizer
        2. be aware of the importance of self-regulation through regular review on learning progress

Lesson topics


1.    Introducing Science
2.    Looking at Living Things
3.    Energy
4.    The Wonderful Solvent - Water
5.    Matter as Particles


1.    Living Things and Air
2.    Making Use of Electricity
3.    Space Travel
4.    Common Acids and Alkalis
5.    Sensing the Environment

Activity Record

  • (1) “Fruitful Field Study Course” called “The Microscopic World” (20-1-2016)

    Students were sitting in groups and listening to the instructions before the field work.

    Students were collecting the flower and making records of it in the field

    Students were using phone microscope to observe the flower they collected before dissection

    Students were dissecting the flowers

    Students were observing the dissected flower

    A student was carefully taking out the stamen of the flower which contains the pollen grains

    Students were concentrating on the working of the electron microscope on their sample

    Students were giving a presentation based on their findings

  • (2)        LAC in Science Activity (22/4/2016)

    Matching Game

    “Big Screen TV” Game

  • (4) S1 Science Project Competition (7-5-2015)


    Setting up BBQ fire to boil water

  • (3)        F.2 Science Project (28/4/2016)

    F.2 Science project

    A container was designed to protect a raw egg

  • (4)        Straw Competition in MC (29-4-2016)

    The champion team and their design

    The group with the best design and their product+

  • (5)        S1 Science Project Competition (20/5/2016)

    F.1 Science project competition


  • (1)        Youth Energy Saving Award 2016

    Receiving the Platinum Award from Mr Wong Kam-sing

    Photo of the Bronze Award team

    Public sharing on energy saving ideas

  • “Low Carbon City” Study Mission organized by the Environmental Bureau and
    the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD) (9/8/2016 – 17/8/2016)

    The delegation

    Experience learning in the SEA-U Marine Science Centre with their CEO

    Presenting souvenirs to the representative of the Turning Torso

    Lunch with Mrs Asa Hellstrom from the Malmo City Planning Office

Preview of Activities

1.    LAC in Science Activity
2.    Straw Competition in MC (for junior form students)
3.    S1 Science project competition
4.    S2 Science project competition
5.    Exchange programs
6.    Interschool Science competitions
7.    Gifted education program: Young scientist