Academic Development Committee


  1. Create a proactive and positive learning atmosphere at school
  2. Stretch students’ learning efficiency and potential
  3. Nurture students’ constructive learning habits and attitudes
  4. Plan and implement school-based academic policies in pursuit of academic excellence
  5. Support and facilitate subject panels’ academic plans and develop teachers’ teaching efficacy

Analysis of the present scenario

  1. The students are of high caliber in terms of academic level and public assessments. Most of the students show an eagerness to learn.
  2. The teachers are experienced in teaching. The school-based curriculum such as the Liberal studies, English, Chinese, and Gifted education are well developed.
  3. In the past 3 years, the use of ipad, eplatforms and eApps in teaching and learning are more frequent, facilitating a more interactive pedagogy and quick feedback. It also prepares for the BYOD.
  4. Small groups are arranged in the 4 main core subjects whenever resources are available, to stretch the talented and consolidate the academic foundation.
  5. There has been a greater learning diversity in recent years, rendering the teachers more effort to deal with. Some students in junior forms are lack of self-learning habits in study.
  6. Under the present senior secondary education system, many students join a lot of other learning experiences, leading to time clash and greater pressure in time management.

Objectives for the year

  1. To strengthen students’ ability of self and peer learning
  2. To facilitate experiential learning with flexible application of knowledge and creativity in all subject panels
  3. To facilitate a smooth transition of ADC work internally


Related School Documents:

1.[各級升留班標準] A document about the promotion criteria of each Form

2.[初中交功課政策 / 高中交功課政策 ] A document of the school’s policy and procedures towards students’ submitting homework.


Teachers Responsible

C.H. Wong (Convenor), C.C. Yu (Deputy), L.M. Wong(Deputy), N.Y. Chai (member & Secretary), W.L. Cheng, P.H. Kam, W.K. Tsang