Chinese Language


  • To enhance students’ reading, writing, speaking, listening skills, thinking skills and self-learning skills
  • To awaken students’ interest in learning Chinese Language and develop a positive language learning attitude
  • To nurture students’ senses in aesthetics and mould their temperament
  • To cultivate students to have good moral character and understand Chinese culture, and show affection to the country, the society and the people


School-based Curriculum:

  • Include reading aloud practices in lessons and build a sense of language
  • Implement the teaching of ancient Chinese poems and writings: simple poems for junior primary school students, and ancient Chinese writings and poems for senior primary school students. Students can learn common words used in ancient Chinese writings so as to enhance their understanding when reading ancient Chinese passages, in preparation for secondary school learning
  • Focus on reading and writing as the core skills in the curriculum alongside the training of listening, speaking and thinking skills. Apply the ‘six levels of reading’ when reading texts, allowing students to develop different reading strategies and thinking skills
  • Use Putonghua as the medium of instruction for teaching Chinese Language to six classes across P.4-6
  • Emphasise the importance of self-learning skills by encouraging students to prepare for the lessons and jot notes during the lessons


Other learning experiences:

  • School Speech Festival
  • Storytelling competition
  • language activities
  • Invite famous writers to conduct seminars