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Programmes and Activities

The Chinese curriculum in our school aims to cultivate the students in three main areas:

  1. Language abilities
  2. Values and culture
  3. Communication skills

(Quoted from 2015 Syllabus, Chinese Language, Primary, MOE)

With the curriculum framework in mind, the department planned and crafted programmes that range from cultivating the interest in learning the language, to developing champions in the language.

Cultivating interest

  • All levels – Extensive Reading Programme Class Reading Programme MTL festival trail (MT Fortnight Programme)
  • P1 and P2 – Spelling Competition (P1) Fun Chinese Words Competition (P2)
  • P3 and P4 – Cultural Camp (P3) Within school Competition
  • P5 and P6 – Cultural Performance Exposure Scheme (P5) Within school Competition

Laying Foundation

  • All levels – Let’s Read programme School-based Comprehension package
  • P1 and P2 – Reading Support programme School-based Sentence Structure Package (P1) School-based Picture writing package (P2)
  • P3 and P4 – Reading Support programme School-based Oral Package School-based Writing Package Literatu revision package (P4)
  • P5 and P6 – School-based Oral Package Literatu revision package (P6)

Achieving Excellence

  • All levels – Identification of good writing pieces and publicized on school website
  • P1 and P2 – Public speaking and storytelling competition
  • P3 and P4 – iPad Class for self-directed learning
  • P5 and P6 – Differentiated Morning Focus Programme (P6)

Developing Champions

  • All levels – Participation in external Inter-schools competitions
  • P1 and P2 – Public speaking and storytelling competition
  • P3 and P4 – CL ambassadors
  • P5 and P6 – CL ambassadors Buddy Reading at Pre-schools




The Chinese Language Department believes that language give learners the world by opening their minds to other cultures and opening doors to new possibilities. While learning the language, it take learners on a journey that improves the way they communicate, interact with others and engage with learning – and with life – at home and beyond.

We believe that through the acquisition of Chinese language and intercultural skills, our students at school develop not just intellectually and emotionally, but it also gives them greater confidence and choice when it comes to future study and work. At the end of the day, we will like all our students to be equipped with confidence communicating in Chinese language and the self-directedness in pursuing the language to greater heights.

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