COURSE OBJECTIVES
Objectives
Objectives of the various courses are included in the syllabuses for secondary schools prepared by the Curriculum Development Council. Topics to be taught in different teaching groups are designed and reviewed from time to time to meet the needs of individual students.
To enable students to cope confidently with the mathematics needed in their future studies, workplace or daily life in a technological and informationrich society. This course aims at developing students’:
 ability to conceptualize, inquire, reason and communicate mathematically, and to use mathematics to formulate and solve problems in daily life as well as in mathematical contexts;
 ability to manipulate numbers, symbols and other mathematical objects;
 number sense, symbol sense, spatial sense and a sense of measurement as well as the capability in appreciating structures and patterns;
 positive attitude towards mathematics and the capability in appreciating the aesthetic nature and cultural aspect of mathematics.
YEARLY DEPARTMENTAL MAJOR CONCERNS:
 To further enhance professionalism through sharing.
 To guide students to develop generic skills related to independent learning, collaboration and critical thinking through various means.
CURRICULUM
Mathematics Curriculum S1S3
Course Objectives
To enable students to cope confidently with the mathematics needed in their future studies, workplaces or daily life in a technological and informationrich society, this course aims at developing students:
 the ability to conceptualize, inquire, reason and communicate mathematically, and to use mathematics to formulate and solve problems in daily life as well as in mathematical contexts;
 the ability to manipulate numbers, symbols and other mathematical objects;
 the number sense, symbol sense, spatial sense and a sense of measurement as well as the capability in appreciating structures and patterns;
 a positive attitude towards mathematics and the capability in appreciating the aesthetic nature and cultural aspect of mathematics.
Curriculum S13
S.1
 Basic Computation
 Directed Numbers
 Basic Algebra
 Linear Equations in One Unknown
 Basic Geometry
 Mensuration (I)
 Percentages
 Polynomials
 Introduction to Rectangular Coordinate System
 Angles and Parallel Lines
 Congruence Triangles
 Approximate Values and Numerical Estimation
 Statistical Charts
S.2
 Approximation and Errors
 Manipulations and Factorization of Polynomials
 Identities
 Formulas
 Linear Equations in Two Unknowns
 Handling Continuous Data
 Rate and Ratio
 Angles in Triangles and Polygons
 Introduction to Deductive Geometry
 Pythagoras’ Theorem
 Trigonometric Ratios
 Area and Volumes (II)
S.3
 More about Factorization of Polynomials
 Laws of Indices
 Percentages (II)
 Linear Inequalities in One Unknown
 Measures of Central Tendency
 More on Deductive Geometry
 Quadrilaterals
 More about 3D Figures
 Area and Volumes (III)
 Applications in Trigonometry
 Coordinate Geometry of Straight Lines
 Introduction to Probability
Mathematics Curriculum S4S6 Compulsory Part
Course Objectives
The Compulsory Part serves as a foundation for all students and at the same time provides flexibility to cater for the diverse needs of individual students. Its contents are categorised into Foundation Topics and Nonfoundation Topics. The Foundation Topics constitute a coherent set of essential concepts and knowledge while the Nonfoundation Topics cover a wider range of content.
The topics in the Compulsory Part emphasise the relevance of mathematics to various human activities. Students are expected to engage in different activities to foster their awareness of the worldwide use of mathematical terminology, notation and strategies to solve problems. Also, to enable students to recognise and appreciate the interconnection between the different parts of mathematics they have learnt at both the junior and senior secondary levels, a “Further Applications” learning unit is incorporated into the Compulsory Part.
This course aims to:
 further develop students’ mathematical knowledge, skills and concepts;
 provide students with mathematical tools for their personal development and future career pathways;
 provide a foundation for students who may further their studies in Mathematics or related areas;
 develop in students the generic skills, and in particular, the capability to use mathematics to solve problems, reason and communicate;
 develop in students interest in and positive attitudes towards mathematics learning;
 develop students’ competence and confidence in dealing with mathematics needed in life; and
 help students to fulfil their potential in mathematics.
Curriculum S46
S.4
 Number Systems
 Equations of Straight Lines
 Quadratic Equations in One Unknown
 Basic Knowledge of Functions
 Quadratic Functions
 More about Polynomials
 Exponential Functions
 Logarithmic Functions
 Rational Functions
 Basic Properties of Circles
 More about Basic Properties of Circles
 Basic Trigonometry
S.5
 More about Equations
 Inequalities in One Unknown
 More about Graphs of Functions
 Permutation and Combination
 More about Probability
 Variations
 Equations of Circles
 Locus
 Solving triangles
 Applications in Trigonometry
 Measures of Dispersion
 More about Dispersion
S.6
 Arithmetic Sequences
 Geometric Sequences
 Linear Inequalities in Two Unknowns and Linear Programming
 Uses and Abuses of Statistics
 Further Applications of Mathematics
Mathematics Curriculum S4 – S6 Extension Modules 1 and 2
Course Objectives
The Extended Part is designed for students who need more mathematical knowledge and skills for their future studies and careers, and for those whose interests and maturity have been developed to a level that enables them to benefit from further mathematical study in different areas. The Extended Part aims at extending students’ mathematics horizon beyond the Compulsory Part. Students have to handle more complicated problems in the Extended Part than in the Compulsory Part.
Module 1 (Calculus and Statistics) is intended to cater for those students who will be involved in disciplines or careers which demand a wider scope and deeper understanding of mathematics, and for those who would like to learn more mathematical applications at the senior secondary level.
It aims to:
 provide students with skills and concepts beyond the Compulsory Part;
 emphasise applications rather than mathematical rigour with a view to widening students’ perspectives on mathematics; and
 provide students with intuitive concepts of calculus and statistics, related basic skills and useful tools for their future studies and careers.
Curriculum S3  S6
Extension Module 1: Calculus and Statistics
 The Binomial Expansion
 Exponential Functions and Logarithmic Functions
 Limits and derivatives
 Differentiation
 Application of Differentiation
 Indefinite Integrals and its Applications
 Definite Integration and its Applications
 Further Probability
 Probability Distribution, Expectation and Variance
 Discrete Probability Distribution
 Continuous Random Variable and Normal Distribution
 Sampling Distribution and Parameter Estimation
Extension Module 2: Algebra and Calculus
 Mathematical Induction
 Binomial Theorem
 Trigonometry (I)
 Trigonometry (II)
 Limits and the Number e
 Differentiation
 Applications of Differentiation
 Indefinite Integration and its Applications
 Definite Integration
 Applications of Definite Integration
 Matrices and Determinants
 System of Linear Equations
 Introduction of Vectors
 Scalar Products and Vector Products
ASSESSMENT
Continuous Assessment
 Minor Assignments & Quizzes
 Chapter Review
 Tests
 Uniform Test
 Independent Learning / Presentation
 Examination
YEARLY FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
Learning Outside Classroom – S3 Students are enjoying a board game
Mathematics Workshop – Smart use of a calculator held by an alumnus
Students and teacher participating in the workshop
A member competing in a competition
Accepting challenge from TIMO
Mathematics Olympiad Team Winners
Mathematics Olympiad Team – Some of our winners
Mathematics Olympiad Team – A junior form winner
Mathematics Olympiad Team – A senior form winner
Open Days – Visitors appreciating students work
Open Days – A student helper guides a young visitor to complete a task
Open Days – Visitors trying their hands on the activities
Open Days – Visitors enjoying activities in a classroom
Department Members
Name 
Class/Subject 
Responsibilities 
Yaqub MOHAMMAD 
S4 Compulsory Part S5 Compulsory Part S6 Compulsory Part S5 Module 2 
Head of Department 
Kenneth LO 
S4 Compulsory Part S5 Compulsory Part S6 Compulsory Part S6 Module 1 
Senior Form Coordinator Teacher i/c of IT support 
Dora CHAN 
S2 Maths S3 Maths S4 Compulsory Part 
Junior Form Coordinator 
Dr LO Wai Lok 
S1 Maths S4 Compulsory Part S6 Compulsory Part S4 Module 2 
S4 Curriculum Coordinator Enrichment Programme Advisor 
John KO 
S5 Compulsory partS4 Module 1 

Sharon TAI 
S2 MathsS3 MathsS6 Compulsory Part 
S3 Curriculum Coordinator MTR Teacher i/c 
Ivan MAK 
S2 Maths S3 Maths S4 Compulsory part 
Teacher i/c of Enrichment Programme Stem / Steam Coordinator 
Nicholas Yue 
S1 Maths S3 MathsS6 Compulsory partS6 Module 2 
S6 Curriculum Coordinator Enrichment Programme Advisor 
Gary Lau 
S1 Maths S3 MathsS5 Compulsory part 
S5 Curriculum Coordinator 
Wilson Leung 
S2 MathsS5 Compulsory partS5 Module 1 
S2 Curriculum Coordinator 
Hino Cheung 
S1 Maths S2 Maths S3 Maths 
S1 Curriculum Coordinator Enrichment Programme Advisor 
Tommy Ho 
S1 Maths 

Kelvin Ma /Tracy Liu 
S1 Maths 
Coteaching 
Tony Lin(Teaching Assistant) 
Maths 
Remedial Support 