Fides, Spes and Caritas

And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity.
(1 Corinthians 13:13 )



Geography enables students

  1. to develop knowledge and understanding of space, place and environment, in particular the spatial arrangement of places and the interaction between human and the environment;
  2. to think and to enquire in a geographical manner;
  3. to develop geographical skills and basic competencies for further studies and life situations; and
  4. to be informed and responsible citizens who are willing to act for the betterment of their home city, home nation and the world, and to contribute to the sustainable development of human societies and natural environment.



Bridging Strategies

  Junior forms Senior forms

Urban land use and urban problems

Tectonic hazards

Water problems

Sustainable City

Risks and Opportunities

Managing River Basin


Map reading skills

Data collecting and processing skills

Fundamental writing skills

Map interpretation skills

Fieldwork skills

Essay writing skills




Planning Department Outreach Program (2020-21)

Exhibition on Indoor Air Quality by EPD (2018-19)

Exhibition on landslides by CEDD (2018-19)

S4-S5 Taiwan fieldtrip (2018-19)

S5 Field camp on urban and farming study (2018-19)

Yakutsk (Russia) International Research Institute course (2018-19)

Academic Week (2017-2018)

S5 Fieldwork on coastal study (2017-2018)

English Activity Day (2016-2017)

Cross-border field trip to Stone Forest (Shilin) Geopark in Yunnan (2015-2016)

S5 Fieldwork on urban study (2015-2016)

Cross-border field trip to Zigong Global Geopark in Sichuan (2014-2015)

Cross-border field trip to Danxia Global Geopark in Shaoguan (2013-2014)



Useful Links

Aristo Educational Press Ltd.

Oxford University Press

Hong Kong Education City



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