Moral and Civic Education


To enhance students’ self-awareness and understanding of their roles, responsibilities, rights and obligations in the family, community, country and the world;

To cultivate their positive attitude and value and to develop their morality and quality as a citizen;

To nurture their independent thinking and autonomy for them to tell right from wrong and make sound judgement.

Curriculum Features

Curriculum Planning

The curriculum includes content about personal growth, health, family, school, social life, life in the society and the country.

Teaching Strategy

Current affairs, life events and interesting topics are used in learning materials for students to discuss and do analysis, and to improve their problem-solving skills. Students also learn how to uphold a positive value and attitude in real-life situations.

Actual events happened in school are utilized to develop students’ ability to learn by themselves and do self-reflection.

In addition to pre-class study, there are discussions and activities to distinguish right from wrong in class. There are also extended learning activities after class to reinforce students’ learning.

Experiential learning: students learnt the etiquette of watching movie in cinema

Learning by Real Life Events

Experience Activities in Life Education Truck

Community service done by senior secondary students: organizing open day booths for kindergarten

Diversified Assessment

Diversified assessment tools are applied. There are assessments by teachers, parents, students and self to evaluate students’ learning performance holistically. In this curriculum, students’ achievement and progress in civic education are recorded in the Profile of Learning Journey.