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Computer Literacy and ICT


Form 1-3 Computer Literacy

Through the computer literacy training in the junior forms, students will be able to:

  1. develop the ability to process and present information independently or collaboratively with peers;
  2. use information technology to present information and ideas effectively;
  3. be aware of intellectual property rights, data privacy issues, etc. and observe the rules and regulations on handling information;
  4. apply good communication and presentation skills to influence and obtain the desired responses from the intended audience;
  5. develop simple programmes to solve problems;
  6. show concern about the development and applications of information technology and its impact.


Form 4-6 ICT

In the three-year senior secondary ICT curriculum, students work towards the following learning targets including the categories of “Knowledge and Understanding”, “Skills” and “Values” and Attitudes”.


Knowledge and Understanding

  1. Develop knowledge and understanding of the range and organisation of computer systems, and the interrelationships between hardware, software and data; and
  2. Realise the social, ethical and legal issues pertaining to the use of ICT.



  1. Use a range of application softwares effectively, ethically and with discrimination to support information processing and problem-solving; and
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of methods for analysing problems, and planning and implementing solutions using ICT.


Values and Attitudes

  1. Appreciate how information literacy and the sharing of knowledge using ICT influence decision-making and shape our society; and
  2. Develop responsible and positive attitudes towards the use of ICT.


Form 1-3 Computer Literacy

Office automation including word processing, spreadsheet and presentation;

Multimedia production including sound editing, animation and video editing;

Coding including creating game and Pascal programming.


Form 4-6 ICT

There are core parts and elective parts (software development) in ICT.

Core parts

A. Information Processing

  1. Introduction to Information Processing
  2. Data Organisation and Data Control
  3. Data Representation
  4. The Use of Office Automation Software
  5. Presentation of Information

B. Computer System Fundamentals

  1. Basic Machine Organisation
  2. System Software
  3. Computer Systems

C. Internet and its Applications

  1. The Networking and Internet Basics
  2. Internet Services and Applications
  3. Elementary Web Authoring

D. Basic Programming Concepts

  1. Problem-Solving Procedures
  2. Algorithm Design
  3. Algorithm Testing

E. Social Implications

  1. Equity of Access
  2. Work and Health Issues
  3. Intellectual Property
  4. Threats and Security on the Internet

Elective part (Software Development)*

  1. Programming
  2. Programming Languages
  3. Systems Development

* The programming language is Pascal language in the elective part.

Please refer to the HKDSE ICT syllabus (Selected module: Module D Software Development) for details.



Students with IT competency have advantages in studying various subjects.

Coding, one of the main themes in our curriculum, definitely trains up our logical mind.



Various activities, tours and competitions have been organized.











Computer Science Challenge 2019 (27/04/2019)

IT Exploration Tour - Cyberport (30/03/2019)

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