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Teaching and Learning

Values education is an integral part of the Chinese Academy curriculum. 

While aiming at cultivating global perspectives, Chinese Academy also holds the belief that students will benefit greatly from the breeding of Confucius virtues and spirit for their future development in society. 

Hence Chinese Academy promotes Confucianism as the backbone of values education.

Humaneness, righteousness, reason, wisdom and integrity form the core values to be shared by the school stakeholders and students.

Different wisdom traditions, especially Chinese and Western, will provide a solid foundation on which children may enhance their values education.

Care and respect are expected for the whole person at all levels in the school community.   A caring school climate is encouraged through daily, amicable interpersonal interaction among school staff, parents and students. 

  • Be relevant to life – students will explore the world around them; they will engage in projects and higher order problem-solving tasks that are relevant to real-life situations

  • Be differentiated – each student is unique and has his/her own preferences in learning; differentiation is done through offering options in content and process that cater to each student’s interests and abilities

  • Encourage self-expression and wide exposure – students are encouraged to communicate and collaborate through interactive learning tasks.  They will have opportunities to explore a wide range of tasks across different disciplines

  • Be supportive – the school provides a stimulating environment with an abundance of learning aids, multimedia resources and information technology; school staff will also work closely with and parents to facilitate students’ learning

  • Be achieved through intrinsic motivation – children are endowed with an intrinsic curiosity about the world around them; they will be encouraged to formulate questions,  find answers and pursue further investigations on their own

  • Be culturally diverse  – students develop global perspectives while being immersed in Chinese culture through continuous exposure to rich traditions from around the world

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