Key Learning Area

Personal, Social & Humanities Education


  • to arouse and develop students’ interest in the past;
  • to help students understand the present in the context of the past;
  • to contribute to students’ knowledge and understanding of their own community and culture, as well as other major cultures of the world;
  • to develop a range of skills which can foster critical thinking, making sound judgements and effective communication;
  • to enhance the ability to develop personal and social values through encouraging an awareness and appreciation of the past.

Department Members

HST panelists

Department Head:

Mrs Chow Lo Yuen Shan


Mrs Koo Kho Rebecca

Mr Tang Cheuk Hin

Academic Activities

Heritage Tour to Central

17 students have joined the Junior Secondary History e-Reading Award Scheme 2021 jointly organised by the PSHE Section, EDB, and the e-Learning Development Laboratory, HKU. The aims of the scheme are to encourage secondary schools to adopt e-reading as a means to arouse students’ interest in history learning and develop their ability to learn history through reading. 3 of them, 3A Chong Pui Wing, 3B Lee Yuen Chun and 3C Lee Cheuk Ying, won the Creativity Award.


1. Awardees

2. Introducing the artwork to guests

3. Prize-presentation Ceremony at HKU

4. Prize-presentation Ceremony at HKU

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S3 Inter-class Historic Speech Competition

MuseTeens – Youth Leadership Scheme

2B Wong Hei Chit and 2D Ip Yui To successfully completed the MuseTeens_ Youth Leadership Scheme

2B Wong Hei Chit and 2D Ip Yui To successfully completed the MuseTeens – Youth Leadership Scheme

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