The Moral, Civic and National Education (MCNE) Curriculum aims at:
- developing positive moral values and attitudes
- building up students love and care for their personality, their family and society
- equipping themselves with independent thinking and self-directed learning capabilities
- developing students’ abilities to identify the values, analyze issues objectively, make reasonable judgements and take actions accordingly when facing difficulties
- Inquiry-based Learning Approach: The cultivation of positive moral values and attitudes with the direction of promoting MCE. We make use of everyday events to nurture our students in five aspects, which are: personal development and healthy living, family life, school life, social life and community and national.
- Life-Wide Learning: organize beyond-classroom activities such as service learning, competitions, school visits, field trips and workshops to provide chances for students to contribute to society
- Collaborative Learning: allows groups of learners to work together to solve a problem, learn from each other and cater for learning diversity
- Values Education: real life examples to showcase the ten priority values and attitudes, which are: "Perseverance", "Respect for Others", "Responsibility", "National Identity", "Commitment", "Integrity" , "Care for Others", "Law-abidingness" , "Empathy" and "Diligence"
- Other values and attitudes: Self-awareness & emotion education, moral education, civic education, national education (including Constitution, Basic Law and national security education), financial education, life education, sex education, media and information literacy education, education for sustainable development
- Home-School Collaboration: encourages our parents to participate in school events and workshops as parent volunteers to build positive ethos in school