Man Kwan Pak Kau College


Junior Form Multi-Modal

Interactive Teaching and Learning of Information and Technology



  • E-learning is introduced in all classes in junior form (with iPad).
  • In addition to the traditional format of examination, we also implement continuous assessment which allows better reflections of students' learning performance overtime and encourage students to apply their knowledge to other subjects by devising cross-subject projects as assignments.
  • To prepare students for this knowledge-oriented economy, we have designed a tailor-made Computer and Information Technology curriculum that includes animation creation, game design and production of original components.
  • E-library and online reading plan are established to encourage students to reading.
  • To promote self-learning, we employ different learning platforms including Smart ABC and other websites for students to practise at home.
  • At least 30% of the curriculum of every subject is delivered with information technology (IT).
  • We make use of different digital games software to assist learning, including use ‘The Legend of Our History’ to learn history and ‘The Store Frenzy’ to learn English.


Bilingual Teaching

  • English teaching materials have been introduced to a quarter of the curriculum of all Junior Forms subjects, with the exceptions of Chinese, Putonghua and English.
  • With the exceptions of Chinese and English, 10% - 25% of all Senior Form subjects are taught with the use of English teaching materials.


Reading Programmes


  • Our School is keen on encouraging students to pick up reading as a habit and has launched such Reading Programmes as ‘I can do it', 'Wake Up Morning Reading Programe', 'E-book is Good to Learn Scheme' and 'Popular Reading Award Scheme (off-campus)’.
  • In Junior Forms, we have implemented ‘Read Aloud Morning’.
  • Reading Award Scheme’ was set up under close cooperation between our Chinese Department, English Department and the library to reward students with outstanding reading record.
  • Teachers and students regularly share their reading tips and recommend interesting books through the television, radio broadcasts.