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Mathematics

Aims & Objectives

The overall curriculum aims of the Mathematics Education Key Learning Area are to develop in students:

  • the ability to think critically and creatively, to conceptualise, inquire and reason mathematically, and to use mathematics to formulate and solve problems in daily life as well as in mathematical contexts and other disciplines;
  • the ability to communicate with others and express their views clearly and logically in mathematical language;
  • the ability to manipulate numbers, symbols and other mathematical objects;
  • number sense, symbol sense, spatial sense, measurement sense and the capacity to appreciate structures and patterns;
  • a positive attitude towards the learning of mathematics and an appreciation of the aesthetic nature and cultural aspects of mathematics.

Department Members
Department Head: Mr. Cheuk DTW 
Deputy Department Head: Mr. Mak CH 
Teachers: Mr. Au WK, Mr. Chan HK, Ms. Chow LY, Mr. Lau HL, Mr. Tang WK, Mr. Wong SH, Mr. Yau SK , Ms. Yip YH, Mr. Yu YT, Mr. Chan L 

Curriculum (Junior Form)

Number and Algebra Strand
1. Basic computation
2. Directed numbers
3. Approximate values and numerical estimation
4. Rational and irrational numbers
5. Using percentages
6. Rates, ratios and proportions
7. Algebraic expressions
8. Linear equations in one unknown
9. Linear equations in two unknowns
10. Laws of integral indices
11. Polynomials
12. Identities
13. Formulae
14. Linear inequalities in one unknown

Measures, Shape and Space Strand
15. Errors in measurement
16. Arc lengths and areas of sectors
17. 3-D figures
18. Mensuration
19. Angles and parallel lines
20. Polygons
21. Congruent triangles
22. Similar triangles
23. Quadrilaterals
24. Centres of triangles
25. Pythagoras’ theorem
26. Rectangular coordinate system
27. Trigonometry

Data Handling Strand
28. Organisation of data
29. Presentation of data
30. Measures of central tendency
31. Probability

Curriculum (Senior Form)
Number and Algebra Strand
1. Quadratic equations in one unknown
2. Functions and graphs
3. Exponential and logarithmic functions
4. More about polynomials
5. More about equations
6. Variations
7. Arithmetic and geometric sequences and their summations
8. Inequalities and linear programming
9. More about graphs of functions

Measures, Shape and Space Strand
10. Equations of straight lines
11. Basic properties of circles
12. Loci
13. Equations of circles
14. More about trigonometry

Data Handling Strand
15. Permutations and combinations
16. More about probability
17. Measures of dispersion
18. Uses and abuses of statistics

Activities

Hang Lung Mathematics Awards

 

Paper Tower Competition

Rummikub Competition

Form 1 Magic 24 Competition

STEM Week