Panel Members
Ms Lau Lai Man (Panel Chair)
Mr.Chong Chi Shing
Ms. Law Wan Sze
Mr. Au Yeung Lik
Mr Tang Shing Nok (Lab. Tech.)

Curriculum Objectives

The Physics curriculum aims at cultivating our students with the basic knowledge and concept in Physics. We also aim at providing a concrete foundation for further study or career.

In order to stimulate students' interest and motivation for learning, everyday contexts are introduced for deeper understanding and relevancy. Through the learning in Physics, students will acquire conceptual and procedural knowledge relevant to their daily lives. It helps our students to be scientifically literate and be able to make informed decision on issues, which required basic understanding in science. Apart from acquiring content knowledge, the curriculum also emphasis on developing our students to think logically and objectively. This quality is essential for their future pursuits, no matter in science or non-science domains.

Lesson Topics


  • Reflection of Light
  • Refraction of Light
  • Lenses


Compulsory part
(I)    Heat and Gases
        1.    Heat and Internal Energy
        2.    Change of State
        3.    Transfer Process
        4.    Gases

(II)    Force and Motion
        1.    Motion I
        2.    Motion II
        3.    Force and Motion
        4.    Force, Energy and Power
        5.    Momentum
        6.    Projectile Motion
        7.    Uniform Circular Motion
        8.    Gravitation

(III)    Wave Motion
          1.    Nature of Waves
          2.    Wave Phenomena
          3.    Light Waves
          4.    Sound

(IV)    Electricity and Magnetism
          1.    Electrostatics
          2.    Electric Circuit
          3.    Domestic Electricity
          4.    Electromagnetism
          5.    Electromagnetic Induction
          6.    Transmission of Electricity

(V)    Radioactivity and Nuclear Energy
        1.    Radiation and Radioactivity
        2.    Atomic Structure and Radioactive Decay
        3.    Nuclear Energy

Elective Part
(I)    Atomic World
        1.    Rutherford's Atomic Model
        2.    The Photoelectric Effect
        3.    Bohr's Atomic Model
        4.    Wave-Particle Duality
        5.    Probing into the Nanoscale

(II)    Medical Physics
        1.    Vision
        2.    Fibre Optic Endoscope
        3.    Hearing
        4.    Ultrasound Scans
        5.    X-ray Imaging and CT Scan
        6.    Radionuclide Imaging

Activity Record