Core Subjects Chinese Language English Language Mathematics Liberal Studies Electives BAFS Biology Chemistry Chinese History Economics Geography History Physics ICT Elective / Course (conducted outside of regular school hours) Math. (Extension) Ethics & Religious Studies (ERS) Non-exam subjects Music PE RE
Note 1.All core subjects are compulsory. 2.Students are requested to take at least 3 electives in F4. 3.There is a quota for all elective subjects: –Bio / Chem / Econ / Geog / Phy : 2 classes –BAFS / C. Hist / Hist : 1 class –Math (Extension): 1 class –ICT:30 –ERS: 30
Students have to take 3 electives in F. 4 Students have to rank all elective subjects according to their preference Please make amendments by crossing out the mistakes instead of using correction pen. All amendments must be countersigned by parents. Date of submission: 27 May 2011 (Fri) No amendments will be allowed once the form is submitted Note
Offered as joint-school course Course arrangement: –Venue: Canossa College –Time: every Saturday morning –Participating schools: SFCC, Canossa College, Pui Tak College, Holy Family Canossian College & Aberdeen Technical School Ethics and Religious Studies (ERS)
Math Extension (M1) Lessons to be conducted afterschool from 3.45 to 5.15pm once a week Students may take both ERS and Math Extension (M1) Questions: –What about if students want to take Math Extension (M2)? –Can students take both M1 and M2?
Questions: What is the medium of instruction for LS? Are students allowed to drop one elective or change to another elective after finishing F4?
Other Questions What is the assessment criteria for Other Learning Experiences?
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Application for HKDSE subjects not taken at school
Course / Subject that students may apply for: –Math Extension 1 –Math Extension 2 –Other Languages (French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Hindu or Urdu) Subjects other than the above are not allowed.
For taking M1 or M2, –Permission will only be given to students with satisfactory performance in Mathematics in F.3 (i.e. attaining position in form within the top 50% percentile) For taking other languages, Permission will only be given to students –Who have attained basic qualifications in that language –With satisfactory performance in Chin and Eng in F. 3 (i.e. attaining position in form within the top 50% percentile)
Students will be informed of the application procedures at the beginning of F. 4. The student has to enrol in a registered institute which offers the subject The student has to submit to the school at the end of the school year receipts or a transcript from the registered institute in which she is taking the subject. Whether the student can continue to take the subject outside school in the next academic year and sit for the public examination depends on her overall performance in school.
Under any circumstances, the final decision is subject to the discretion of the School Authority.