The Cx Programme is designed to supplement Hong Kong students’ heavily academic focussed school life. Our programme aims to develop students’ Higher Order Thinking Skills. These include: Analysing, where students use their own judgment to begin analysing the knowledge they have learned while beginning to understand the underlying structure to knowledge and also distinguish between fact and opinion; Evaluating, where students make judgments about the value of ideas, items, materials, and more; Creativity, and the ability to think of creative solutions to problems and tasks. These together with a multitude of other skills, including communication, cooperation, critical thinking, compassion, courage and curiosity, will all help towards making our students well rounded and equipped to deal with everything life has to offer as well as encouraging students to become lifelong learners and internationally minded.
6 – 12 years old
Trainees (6 – 8 years old)
This is the stage where students develop the different C factors in various forms. It is to develop the language of persuasion and how to effectively expressing their own thoughts. Students at this stage will learn to make a sound argument, present, give speech. This course will be especially suitable for students who are seeking primary school interview practice as interviews often involve elements of the C-factor.
Trainee Level 1
Trainee Level 2
Scholars (9 – 12 years old)
Once student reach this course, students are expected to be able to be equipped with a good range of C-factors. This course is more project-based, where students are involved in an process from brainstorming, setting goals, collecting data, analyse, summarise, and reflection. In order to allow students to have a better idea of secondary school or even university subjects, the topics in this course are more related to professional, expertise or special subjects that not normally found in academic subjects. This acts as a taster for students to be introduced to various subject areas and to facilitate easier subjects choices.
These topics may include: law, chemistry, biology, architecture, psychology, geography, literature, drama, arts, music, photography etc. Students are given projects that may vary in size: individual projects, class projects, group projects etc.
Scholar Level 1
Scholar Level 2
Scholar Level 3