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Our Programmes


This enrichment programme aims to equip our pupils with age-appropriate ICT Baseline skills and deepen their understanding of the digital world.


ICT Tool

Learning Outcomes

Primary 1


  • Use the HansVision word processor to type short sentences or paragraphs.

Primary 2


  • Use Microsoft Word to edit and format short sentences and paragraphs in Chinese.
  • Combine Chinese text with drawings or pictures.

Primary 3


(Sphero Edu App)

  • Learn basic programming and understand basic coding principles.
  • Use Sphero Edu app to  to navigate the BB8 Droid.

Primary 4

Wonder Dash (Blockly App)
  • Learn basic programming and understand basic coding principles
  • Use iPad Blockly App to write code to navigate Wonder Dash.
Primary 5

Scratch 2

  • Navigate and operate basic tools in Scratch to create a mini interactive game.
  • Use basic coding skills to program the elements in a game.
Primary 6 iMovie
  • Create a multimedia clip with the use of photos or video montage.

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iPad Programme

A Classroom of Possibilities (across subjects like English, Math, Science, Chinese, Music & Social Studies)
Our pupils have the know-how on using iPad effectively for independent research, apply effective ways to access, process and share information.
Our teachers create realistic tasks, model the real-world environment and increase pupil-engagement and develop their breadth of learning.
Self-directed Learning  (SDL)
Our Learning Management Systems consist of MCOnline & KooBits. Both online portals provide content-rich e-learning educational & interactive courseware, high quality videos, online assignments and educational games that cater to the different needs of our pupils. 


  1. Encourage pupils to be independent learners who take responsibility for their own learning.
  2. Serve as e-learning in the event of school closure to minimise disruption to learning.
  3. Acts as a tool of communication between teachers and pupils beyond curriculum time.