1. Develop a solid knowledge base among students and enhancing their interests in Science, Technology and Mathematics.
2. Strengthen students’ ability to integrate and apply knowledge in solving daily life problems with practical solutions and innovative designs through hands-on activities.
3. Strengthen the professional capacity of and collaboration among teachers in schools and the partnerships with community stakeholders.
4. Nurture students to become effective lifelong learners equipped with appropriate knowledge, generic skills as well as values and attitudes necessary for facing future challenges.
Recent development of STEM@CCSC
Despite the pandemic restrictions, our students continue their engagement in different STEM learning environments. Our school has participated in the “Robotics, STEM and Green Innovation Project” (Phase 2) organised by the Centre for Innovation and Technology of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. In the project, students are provided with a variety of training workshops, site visits, competitions and exhibitions aiming at developing their problem-solving skills and daily life implications through robot designs and green technologies.
With a hope of nurturing future STEM talents, our school has organised whole level hands-on experiential learning activities for S1 and S2 students to deepen their understand of subject knowledge. To further develop students who are interested/have good performance in STEM learning activity, our teachers have led them to participate various external visits and competitions. High achievers are also recommended to participate in the gifted programmes organized by local universities.
The QEF project “Inno Studio” was approved in Aug 2022. Our school plans to further promote STEM education by incorporating design thinking into daily learning and teaching by redesigning the junior ICT curriculum. In addition, the atmosphere of learning by doing can be promoted better through the establishment of the "Inno Studio" (STEM cum Computer Room).