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Mother Tongue Chinese



To achieve academic excellence and enhance students’ language proficiency in Mother Tongue.


Key Programmes

Chinese Programmes / Events



Mother Tongue Language Fortnight


Some Activities include:

Chinese Cultural Camp

Pen Calligraphy Competition

Chinese Calligraphy / Painting

Poetry Writing & Recitation

Essay Writing Competition

P1 – P6

Curriculum Time

Extensive Reading Programme

P1 – P5

Curriculum Time

E-Oracy Land

P1 – P3

Curriculum Time

Integrated Writing Programme

P1 – P2

Curriculum Time

Integrated Composition Writing Programme

P3 – P4

Curriculum Time

iMTL Portal

P4 – P5

Curriculum Time

Comprehension Programme


Curriculum Time

International Online Writing Competition

P5 – P6

Curriculum Time

Intensive Oral Package


Curriculum Time

Intensive Study Programme


June Holidays


2015 Primary School Chinese Language Curriculum & Instructional Materials

  • Greater emphasis on spoken & written interaction skills
  • Greater focus on authentic activities to better engage students and develop their communication skills
  • Continue to expose students to culture & values through MTL learning
  • Story characters set in real-life situations that students can relate to, so as to better engage students in their learning of MTL
  • Greater use of ICT e.g. videos, animations, digital interactive games etc.



Roll-out Year


Primary 1


1A textbooks & activity books will be available for purchase by mid-December 2014

Primary 2


Will be ready before the start of each academic year, i.e. 2A by the end of 2015, 3A by the end of 2016.

Primary 3


Primary 4


Primary 5


Primary 6



Professional Learning Communities

As the school embarks on the Phase 3 Holistic Assessment journey, the CL PLC groups will focus discussion on Primary 3 and Primary 4 Holistic Assessment matters. Each week, the teachers will come together to actively discuss on teaching strategies, design and plan the assessment rubrics and reporting, to ensure that curriculum and assessment are aligned and positively impact students’ learning process.