English Language 英國語文科



  Developing our school English Language Education curriculum based on the general direction provided in the central curriculum

Set out the following key learning elements in our school curriculum to help students achieve lifelong learning capabilities:

  • subject knowledge and skills, which are expressed in the form of learning targets under three interrelated strands as well as learning objectives;
  • generic skills; and
  • positive values and attitudes.
  Providing English Rich Environment
  • Create a language-rich environment through various interesting activities, such as storytelling time in the mornings, interactive games during recess, English Day, puppetry shows, presentation skills (Time to talk), and interviewing workshops with P6 students, to ensure students have more exposure to English and confidence in using English in the daily lives.

  Learning English outside the Classroom
  • Promote judicious use of online resources such as e-books, social networking sites, online forums) to maximise students’ opportunities to use English outside class time.
  • Utilise their resources to enhance the language environment so as to provide students with enjoyable learning experiences in the use of English through various types of co-curricular activities.


  Promoting e-Learning and Information Literacy
  • Enhance students’ learning experiences through making effective use of IT to enhance collaboration and interaction inside and outside the classroom, build learning networks, and promote self-directed learning. 


  Strengthening Value Education
  • Develop students’ positive values and attitudes and provide them with all-round learning experiences such as creative writing, book sharing, discussion, weekly assembly, which are conducive to their whole-person development.


  Enhancing the smooth transition from kindergarten to Primary School
  • Use interesting and meaningful activities such as games, songs, rhymes, stories, role plays to motivate students
  • Introduce phonics skills through reading and task-based learning activities to help students recognise the basic letter-sound relationships and apply such knowledge for reading and spelling
  • Teach grammar in context through reading materials and adopt task-based activities to develop students’ language skills and generic skills


  Facilitating students’ interest in reading and equipping their reading skills through reading texts
  • Construct an active reading atmosphere so as to continually arouse our students’ interest and enhance their proficiency in reading. With cooperation from the library department, we try to enhance students' reading ability through regular theme-based reading activities, a one-minute book recommendation, and reading schemes across curriculum.



Morning storytelling
English Fun Day

English Drama

Puppet Show

Tourist Trip (Online)

American Missionary Trip 
Storytelling (P1)
One-minute book sharing

Movie making 

Interview Training Course 

Book Sharing Section

                      Role Play


2021 Acknowledgement
P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6
2022 Acknowledgement
P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6
2023 Acknowledgement
P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6