The School Library Curriculum

Several implementations of the Library Curriculum are as follows to engage students' reading interests and thus develop students' all-round skills:

  • There is one library lesson for each class on an alternate week basis and it is held in the school library.
  • Each school year includes three key reading strands, which students have to choose to read a designated book from each strand.
  • During the library lesson, teachers implement diversified teaching materials such as e-learning platforms and e-books to cultivate students’ reading interests.
  • By deepening cross-curriculum-learning, appropriate resources are provided for different subjects in order to support teaching needs.
  • Apart from the content of the Programmes of Study, students learn and develop all-round skills through other Reading Programmes such as life-wide learning activities, Reading Schemes and Reading Plaza.