Curriculum Orientation

St. Hilary’s curriculum supports the school vision with the following orientations:

  • Creates an open-minded and pleasant learning environment for students
  • Nurtures students with a biliterate and trilingual language-rich learning environment as well as a third language, Spanish
  • Provides varied learning experiences for students
  • Induces students’ curiosity to science exploration
  • Caters for students’ individual uniqueness
  • Develops students’ talents/ potential with high-order thinking programmes
  • Nurtures students with positive values and proper manners through moral & affective education
  • Establishes an enquiry-based and self-motivated learning culture
  • Cultivates students to be global citizens

 

Time Curriculum Design

Morning session

(8:55am-12:55pm)

Basic curriculum

  • Strengthen the development of school-based curriculum to cater for individual needs
  • Cultivate students’ reading habits and develop their skills for self-directed learning
  • Enhance teaching and learning effectiveness through promoting assessment for learning

Lunch

Afternoon session

(2:05pm – 3:30pm)

OLE/DreamStarter

  • Provide various activities to cater for students’ interests and needs
  • Cultivate students’ creativity and promote their communication and collaboration skills
  • Recognise students’ ability, dreams and capability to make positive social changes
  • Nurture a caring culture in schools and society