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  • Aims

    • help candidates to develop interest, motivation and a sense of achievement in their study of physics;

    • develop the ability to describe and explain concepts, principles, systems, processes and applications related to physics using appropriate terminologies;

    • develop scientific literacy;

    • develop skills relevant to the application of physics, such as experimental design, experimental technique, problem solving, mathematical analysis, critical appraisal and communication;

    • to update students with the latest development in STEM.

  • Curriculum Framework

    • Junior Form Physics Curriculum​

      • F3 : Heat​ & Optics

    • Senior Form Physics Curriculum

      • Compulsory Parts​

        • Section I : Heat and Gases​

        • Section II : Force and Motion

        • Section III : Wave Motion

        • Section IV : Electricity and Magnetism

        • Section V : Radioactivity and Nuclear Energy

      • Elective Parts​ (Any 2)

        • Section VII : Atomic World​

        • Section VIII : Energy and Use of Energy

        • Section IX :Medical Physics

  • Learning Strategies

    • to equip students with the ability to understand physics. Students are expected to​

      • remember physical terminology and theories;

      • understand the impacts of physics on the contemporary world and its daily application;

      • master the ability to observe and analyse data, as well as display outcomes of experiments;

      • solve problems with physics.

    • supplementary classes

      • evening classes are organised to improve students’ exam skills;

      • competitions and mock examinations are organised so that students’ interest in and the capability of physics can be enhanced.

  • Assessment


A. Public Examination (HKDSE)


B. Internal Assessment

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