• To cultivate students’ interest and enthusiasm in the study of Chinese history, so as to raise their social awareness through studying a broad range of historical facts and express their own views and tackle, analyze and solve problems by themselves.
  • To enhance students’ skills in collecting, analyzing and discerning historical materials, as well as training them the ability to express themselves.
  • To train students in discerning and understanding historical concepts such as causal relationship between historical events, the power of change and continuity, as well as the similarities and differences between different interpretations of historical events or facts, in the hope that students could learn to view things from an objective perspective; it is also hoped to enhance students; sense of belonging towards their nation and country. 



 To enhance students’ support strategies through outside-classroom visits, extra-curricular experiences, morning assembly sharing and external competitions, so that panel members can thoroughly comprehend the specific learning needs of students, and students can also get hold of their own learning progress in an appropriate time.

 To polish learning and teaching strategies through the development of electronic and online assessment and learning platforms, in order to consolidate and infiltrate readily available assessment materials into our F.6 enrichment and enhancement classes and mock examination, so that students’ progress can be more accurately measured by panel teachers. Students can also understand their own learning progress from time to time.
2018-2019 Activities    

 Visiting Hong Kong Heritage Museum

 Visiting The Hong Kong Museum of History

 Visiting June 4th Museum

 Visiting Museum of Tea Ware

Panel members


Mr. Chan Tse San

Mr. Chow Wai Lam

 Mr. Hui Chiu Yu

 Ms. Lee Wai Ching