Subject Description


In this knowledge-based information era, Mathematics constitutes an important share in developing students’ knowledge and skills which could help them meet the dynamic challenges in the 21st century. Therefore, Mathematics is essential in students’ secondary schooling, as it is:

  1. a powerful means of developing various abilities in a technology-oriented and information-rich society;
  2. an effective means of communication;
  3. a useful tool for studying other disciplines;
  4. an intellectual endeavour and a mode of thinking; and
  5. a beneficial discipline, through which students can develop their ability to appreciate the beauty of nature, manage uncertainty and make sound judgements.



Teaching Aims


Mathematics is a subject that aims at developing students’:

  1. ability to think critically and creatively, to conceptualize, inquire and reason mathematically, and to use mathematics to formulate and solve problems in daily life as well as in mathematical contexts and other disciplines;
  2. ability to communicate with others through expressing their views clearly and logically using mathematical language;
  3. ability to manipulate numbers, symbols and other mathematical objects;
  4. number sense, symbol sense, spatial sense, measurement sense and the capacity to appreciate structures and patterns,
  5. skills in applying e-learning to enhance learning and teaching effectiveness, facilitate self-directed learning and nurture students’ competence in applying information technology (IT) in learning mathematics;
  6. ability to integrate and apply knowledge and skills through STREAM education;
  7. positive attitude towards mathematics learning; and
  8. appreciation of the aesthetic nature and cultural aspects of mathematics.



Subject Activities


The Mathematics Department has been organizing various activities for students during the Mathematics Week. There are some game booths like Sudoku Challenge, Super 24 and Measuring Golden Ratio. These games provide students a chance to think critically and appreciate the beauty of Mathematics, as well as that of the nature. Board game booths act as another highlight of the Mathematics Week. There are different board games like Rummikub, Blokus and Poison, which all aim at developing students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Mathematics Book Recommendation is an indispensable core of the Mathematics Week. Interesting books, which can help develop students’ understanding of the connections between mathematics and real life, as well as that of other disciplines, are introduced to students. Mathematics competitions like Inter-class Mathematics Competition (F.2), Calculator Operation Competition (F.1) and Online Logic Challenge (whole school), which all aimed at arousing students’ interest in Mathematics, were held during the week.


Besides the aforesaid activities, competitions like 24 Competition and Four Mathematical Operations Competition are held during lunch time. Students are continually invited to participate in various inter-school competitions like the HKMO, AIMO, World Mathematics Team Championship, etc. The development of students’ generic skills and ability to integrate and apply knowledge can be strengthened through these competitions.




Mr. Tsang Sai Ho (Chair) 曾世豪主任
Mr. Chan Kit Chi 陳杰治老師
Mr. Chan Ming Hung 陳銘雄主任
Ms. Chan Wai Yi 陳慧怡老師
Ms. Cheung Kit Yuk 張潔玉老師
Mr. Cheung Lai Yuen 張澧炫助理教師
Mr. Fung Wing Ho 馮穎豪老師
Ms. Leung Wai Yee 梁慧儀老師
Mr. Li Tien Man 李天民老師
Mr. Wong Yu on 黃裕安老師
Mr. Yip Kai To 葉啟島老師

Activity Highlights





Online Resources and Links


Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority 香港考試及評核局
初中課本網上資源 EpisteMath  數學知識
HkEdCity (STAR / OQB) Integrator
Shack’s Math Problems Maths Online Gallery
立體圖形 Online Calculator (Desmos)
Online Calculator (GeoGebra) gMath 互動數學教室
Mathematics Club 數學學會  Math is Fun