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Religious Education (Christianity)


We offer Bible lessons to F.1 to F.6 students.  We use varied teaching approaches in different forms' curricula which aim to inform students about Christianity from various perspectives. The syllabus for Form 1 – 3 focuses on the basic doctrine of Christianity and salvation, while the higher forms put more emphasis on the relationship between life and religious belief. In particular, we arrange a cemetery visit for Form 5 students to prompt them to reflect upon issues of life and death and their attitude towards living.



Curriculum: Religious Education - Christianity (Junior Forms)


Form 1

  • The Holy Bible: An Extraordinary Book


  • Creation & Sin


  • Jesus: An Extraordinary Figure


  • Introduction to Salvation

Form 2

  • Introduction to Old Testament Figures: Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob & Joseph


  • Israel’s Exodus from Egypt & Entry into Canaan


  • The Period of the Judges: Gideon & Samson


  • Around the Start of the Kingdom Era: Ruth, Samuel, Saul, David & Solomon

Form 3

  • The Holy Bible: Book Divine


  • Origin of the World


  • Sin of Man


  • Jesus is God


  • New Life


Curriculum: Ethics & Religious Studies (Senior Forms)


Form 4

  • My Relationship with Self: Self-worth


  • My Relationship with Peers: Friendship? Love?


  • My Relationship with Peers: Sex = Pornography??


  • My Relationship with Peers: Preliminary Study of Homosexuality


  • My Relationship with Family: Filial Piety

Form 5

  • Priorities in Life Goals


  • The Deep Valley: Facing Difficulties in Life


  • Difficulties in Life: Sin


  • Difficulties in Life: Death

Form 6

  • More Reflections on Life Goals


  • Students’ Sharing on their Experience in Belief


  • Farewell Words given by teachers 


Learning & Teaching Modes

F.1 - F.2: Students acquire an accurate and explicit understanding of the Bible with teachers’ instruction and explanation of its content.


F.3 - F.6: The curriculum emphasises that it is eseential to be reasonable and compassionate to explore and pursue a religious belief.  On the one hand, students are nurtured to enhance their self-learning and critical thinking abilities in conducting topic studies in groups.  Through researching and organising data from different viewpoints, they learn to reflect their views objectively. On the other hand, teachers try to guide students to experience and understand faith that could transcend one’s logical mind by sharing their personal or others' stories.


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