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Primary School Curriculum

The academic standard of the national compulsory education system is the key link to strengthen the English learning, the integration of the Australian Curriculum, the increase of traditional Chinese culture, calligraphy and other characteristics of the Chinese curriculum. 

English teaching emphasizes the cultivation of students' listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Foreign teachers use a variety of teaching methods for teaching. 

Schools regularly carry out extra-curricular, outdoor activities. Every year, students should have a "four one" experience: a museum visit, a charity event, a party experience, an outing experience.

Courses and Activities Offered at Primary School

Compulsory Education Courses Programs and Learning Experiences Out-Door Activities
English Jolly Grammar and Phonics

Outdoor Play

Class Fitness

Environmental Studies

Oxford Guided Reading
Chinese Traditional culture
Mathematics Brain Exercise
PE Swimming,basketball,football, table,tennis,badminton
Art The visual arts,music, ukulele,African drum,calligraphy
Science Natural,Geography,Biology
Subject integrated curriculum Cooperative Play、Craft and Cooking, Design and Technology
Internationally-minded Extra Curricula Activities Team work with,foreign cultural,design and production,baking

Note: Courses may vary a different year levels according to the curriculum design and planning

Middle School Curriculum

Junior high school curriculum integration of Chinese compulsory education curriculum and international curriculum, specialized courses and co-curricular programs with plenty of hands-on experience for the students to explore and learn.

Special emphasis is placed on the study of English language and a variety of subjects are taught bilingually. Students’ individual needs which are beyond the scope of academic subjects will be catered for by the diversity of co-curricular programs.

Courses and Activities Offered at Middle School Curriculum

Compulsory Education Courses Activity Curriculum
Academic English

Community   Activities

Students Organized Activities


Interest Courses  

Social Practice

English for Academic Purposes
Fine Arts
Labor Skills
Researching Study

Note: Courses may vary a different year levels according to the curriculum design and planning

Senior VCE School Curriculum

The international Senior School Program is a three-year program that made up of a preVCE Year (Year 10) and two VCE Years (Years 11 and 12), when students will be registered as VCE students in Australia. Note that promotion to the VCE Years depends upon satisfactory completion of the Pre-VCE Year.

The VCE is a course of study culminating in the VCE Certificate, which is issued at the end of Year 12 to students who have completed the equivalent of at least eight VCE Subjects, including two years of English.

A student wishing to use the VCE as a pathway to university in Australia will choose to have up to six VCE subjects (including English) assessed. The student’s total VCE mark will be used to rank that student against all other students studying in Australia. This rank is called the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) and is the main criterion for selection into most university courses in Australia. Students entering an Australian university will also require a satisfactory result in VCE English.

The International Senior School Program consists of:

(a) Stand-Alone Subjects. These are either one-semester or two-semester subjects. Some of these are subjects mandated by the China’s Ministry of Education.

(b) VCE Subjects. These will form part of the VCE and appear on a student’s final VCE Certificate. They can be one-semester or two-semester subjects. Only students who have passed Year 10 can take these subjects.

(c) Assessable VCE Subjects Students who wish to use the ATAR as a pathway to Australian universities will have their work in certain specified VCE Subjects assessed by a combination of classwork and external examination. Note that several Assessable VCE Subjects, such as English, Chinese, Mathematical Methods and Specialist Mathematics, require that students have first passed a prerequisite VCE Subject.

Students will select subjects with the guidance of a member of the Senior School leadership team and final approval by the Head of the Senior School.

Advantages of VCE Studies

VCE has many advantages: 1) students are able to choose the subjects they study and complete examinations; 2) no extra exam is needed by students who score more than 60% in English for entry to Australian universities; 3) Chinese candidates need only take a special English subject for non-English speakers and are granted bonus points for their second language (Chinese); 4) it is backed by the Australian government and so is recognized by all Australian universities and by universities in English-speaking countries (such as the UK, the United States, Canada) and in Europe.

Top 100 universities that recognize VCE results

Australia: The Australian National University, University of Melbourne, University of Sydney, University of Queensland, New South Wales University, Monash University, University of Western Australia, University of Adelaide.

England: Cambridge University, Oxford University, the University of Edinburgh, University of Bristol, University of Warwick. University of Glasgow, University of Nottingham;

Canada: McGill University, University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, University of Alberta;

USA: Columbia University, Princeton University, New York State University, University of Texas at Austin;

New Zealand: University of Auckland;

Other regions: Hong Kong University