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The Department of BAFS

The overall aims of the Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS) curriculum are to provide students at senior secondary level with the fundamental business knowledge and skills; and to develop their positive values and attitudes in order to fulfil their roles competently and confidently as consumers, investors, employees and/or entrepreneurs. Besides, it is aimed to develop students’ generic skills in research, analysis, leadership, team-building, communication, critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving and ultimately transferring them to different domains. The subject explores different aspects of business that will prepare students for life, for learning and for employment. Various teaching strategies, including flipped classroom and cooperative learning, are employed to achieve the goals mentioned above.

Curriculum Information

Senior Curriculum

The curriculum focuses on integrated understanding of the essential business areas, such as business environments, accounting, management and personal finance, which equip students with the skills to deal with their personal financial concerns when they engage in business or financial activities including consumption, work and investment in adulthood. The emphasis on different roles as consumer, employee, entrepreneur and investor will enhance their overall understanding of business knowledge as a whole, and enable them to view business-related decisions from different angles.

Outside the Classroom

Students are encouraged to visit different financial organizations, participate in joint academic functions with other departments and take part in external competitions to develop their interest and enrich their understanding in this subject. Simulation workshops on personal financial management would are provided for students to gain an understanding on different financial products and financial planning goals at different stages of life.

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Home Economics

The Department of Home Economics

The Department of Home Economics aims to instill real-life knowledge and skills to

  1. enable students to make good use of generic skills in handling physical and socio-economic resources for self, family and the community;

  2. nurture students to devise and implement strategies to solve complicated problems in technological contexts, in particular, food/textile, using a range of appropriate techniques and procedures; and

  3. promote the application of Home Economics knowledge in daily life by working on different kinds of projects.

Curriculum Information

Students can experience different basic cooking and sewing methods during the 2-year course in the Home Economics junior curriculum.

The curriculum in S.2 focuses on management of self and family through teaching students sewing, cooking and nutrition while the S.3curriculum focuses on the management of community/business in the aspect of Home Economics through more advanced cooking and sewing skills, and applying such skills into the real business market.

Project works related to the needs in daily life are conducted throughout the course. Some of the project themes include a creative theme restaurant and a food product with food package.

Outside the Classroom 

Students are given the chance to apply the skills they learn in activities such as

  1. demonstration lessons on Experience Day;

  2. workshops on Info Day ;
    serving as students tutors for the parents and primary students visitors;

  3. Teachers Tasting lessons, in which students receive comments from any teachers after carrying out a series of tasks;

  4. food theme design;
    reference to TV programmes
    presentation of their self-made food products

  5. Inter-school Cooking Contest ; and

  6. Refreshment Preparation for TTCA Annual Speech Day.

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The Department of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

The Department of ICT at TTCA aims to foster students’ computer literacy with an understanding of the fundamental concepts of computers and common computing terminology.  Students are expected to 

  • appreciate the modern development of information technology and the impact of ICT on our knowledge-based society so as to nurture of positive values and attitudes towards the area;

  • be equipped with essential knowledge, concepts and applications of information, communication and the computer system;

  • develop creativity, critical thinking, problem solving and communications skills via development of simple computer programs and mobile applications running on smart devices;

  • become competent, effective, discriminating, ethical and confident ICT users who are aware of computer-related social issues and the ever changing society with widespread utilization of computers.

Curriculum Information

Junior curriculum

In line with STEM education, we aim to foster students to become a “maker” instead of a “user”; TTCA students can be a “creator” instead of just a “consumer”.  They can create something unique while applying their knowledge from Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. ICT lessons in the junior years allow students to build a system to solve daily life problems. Their term projects include a home security alarm system which alerts users of any intrusion into their homes through an App.

Senior curriculum 

We aim to provide students with a body of essential knowledge, concepts and applications of information, communication and computer systems; equip students with problem-solving and communication skills, and encourage them to think critically and creatively; nurture students into competent, effective, discriminating, ethical and confident users of ICT to support their lifelong learning; and ultimately provide students opportunities to appreciate the impacts of ICT on our knowledge-based society to nurture positive values and attitudes towards this area.

Outside the Classroom

Reading promotion: students are encouraged to read more books, magazines or surf websites related to ICT.  All S3 students need to complete a case study before planning their ICT projects.  For example, last year students were required to study the latest technology in home security systems and they had to come up with ideas for planning and producing a home security system based on the information they gained from reading extensively from books or the Internet. Elite students are encouraged to join external competitions and ICT related courses. For example, Hong Kong Olympiad Informatics, Asia Inter Schools Robotic Challenge

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The Department of Music

Our music curriculum aims to:

  1. Provide an all-rounded education to all students of the school

  2. Develop creativity and nurture aesthetic sensitivity

  3. Further develop students’ musical competence, construct knowledge and an understanding of diverse musical cultures

  4. Develop critical responses to music, and communicate effectively through music

  5. Cultivate a lifelong interest in music and develop positive values and attitudes towards music

Curriculum Information

Our curriculum emphasizes three domains: Listening, Performing and Creating.   Apart from the formal curriculum, a rich variety of music groups and performances will be provided for our students. Each student is given music training class in the Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Horn, Percussion, etc. Students with outstanding music talents will be selected to join Music School Teams such as the Orchestra, School Choir, Recorder Ensemble etc.

Outside the Classroom

The department is continually awarded outstanding achievements in the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival.

In 2011-2017, TTCA was awarded the 2nd place in Harmonia Solo - Intermediate at the 65th HK Schools Music Festival; 2nd runner-up of Graded Piano Solo Category; 1st runner-up of String Section: Violin Solo Category and Champion of String Section of Cello Sola Category at the 2nd Hong Kong Asia Music Competition. In the 2nd Hong Kong Asia Music Competition, we received the 1st runner-up of the Woodwind Section: Saxophone Solo Category. We received the 2nd place in both Female Voice Duet and Treble Recorder Solo at the 66th HK Schools Music Festival. TTCA obtained the third place in Singing in Foreign Language – Alto.

We received four championships at the 70th Hong Kong Schools Music and Speech Association for Treble Recorder Solo, Descant Recorder Solo and Recorder Duet; hence, making our tally of award from different competitions and contests between 2011 and 2017 14 Champions, 16 1st runner-ups and 16 2nd runner-ups in different competitions and contests from 2011-2017.

TTCA students are always given chances to perform. We have been invited to perform Christmas carols in Disneyland Hong Kong, Hong Kong Cultural Center, Sheung Wan Civic Centre Theatre, Huludun Cultural Centre in Taichung, etc.

Music Tour cum Master Class to Scotland

The post exam week in July was especially exciting for our musicians. In 3-13 July 2018, the School Choir and Recorder Team went on a very fruitful exchange and performance tour to Scotland and England.  The tour was led by our Music Director, Ms. Celia Lee, together with the choir and recorder team conductor. During the music educational tour, in which students attended choral workshops and recorder workshop at University of Scotland, students performed their own piece of music at the historical site, at Dunblane Cathedral, Holy Trinity Church of Stirling,


Students took part in an exciting musical exchange involving fun-filled rehearsals and a memorable performance under the supervision of the famous European music educators, Mr. Alistair Warwick, the choir conductor of Stirling University of Scotland; Ms. Ulrike, Wutscher, a mezzo-soprano soloist; and Ms. Sarah Jeffery, whose recorder Youtube channel has over 25k subscribers.

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Physical Development

The Department of Physical Education (PE)

Students will…

  • learn different sports skills and receive physical fitness training systematically;

  • see for themselves the pleasure of playing sports which thus leads a positive and healthy life; and

  • become more willing to take up challenges in the future.

Curriculum Information

  • Students will learn about their own physical qualities and explore their lifelong sports.

  • Classes will be conducted in the school swimming pool where students are taught the 4 types of swimming styles and strokes (freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly), turns and the basics of swimming dive.

  • All students will be given the opportunity to lead activities in class.

  • Students will learn the rules and regulations of different sports and their tactics.

  • Students’ aesthetics is cultivated such that they may help to design the cover of the programme brochures for Sports Day and Swimming Gala.

Outside the Classroom

All students have the opportunity to be part of any sports team in TTCA. School team selection for S.1 students is held every August and students will be selected by coaches to join school team training.


Through practices and different types of competitions, not only will their skills will be enhanced, but also their’ willpower and perseverance will be developed. Students will learn to make their best endeavours whenever they face difficulties, becoming the best version of themselves, and collaborate with one another.


Not only are students given the opportunities to join inter-house activities and activities held by the Student Union in school outside of class hours, they can also learn to organize activities and assume the roles of judges for Sports Day and Swimming Gala, further broadening their horizons in sports.

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Visual Arts

The Department of Visual Arts (VA)

The Department of Visual Arts aims to provide a platform for collaborative learning, project-based learning and field trips to broaden students’ visions of Arts.  We acknowledge the history of arts in a sense that we, our civilizations, need to understand the past, regardless of whether inventions or obstacles, and transform such understanding into works that shine. Throughout the course, students are nurtured with good values so that their potential and leadership in the arts can be maximized. We also aim to create a sense of belonging to the school by promoting an inviting campus atmosphere.

Curriculum Information

Junior Curriculum

The Department of Visual Arts offers structured theme-based projects for students to appreciate the history of art and design in their junior years.  We adopt a modular approach by introducing various art and design movements and media, providing a broaden understanding of what arts and design in context related to their life and history.  Through project-based learning, students can enjoy the flexibility in the scope of their projects while flourishing their individual artistic developments.

Senior Curriculum

In their senior forms, students will explore a variety of ways to investigate their relationship with arts.  Based on the HKDSE syllabus, the senior form curriculum not only focuses on developing art appreciation skills and critical thinking skills; but also provides students various local and overseas field trip experiences. Technical skills in art productions are then developed in S.5 and S.6 in order to enable students to visualize the concepts into a piece of art that transcends personal understanding of their chosen topic.

Outside the Classroom

We acknowledge that every opportunity in learning is crucial to students by organizing local and overseas learning trips over the years.  Apart from Taiwan Learning Trip (collaborating with the Liberal Studies Department), Germany and Austria Learning Trip (collaborating with the Music Department), this year we will work with the Department of Science to organize a “STEAM” learning trip to Finland.  Above all, every year, our students participate in a variety of activities and services in arts including:

  1. Art Marathon @ Sham Shi Po

  2. M+ Rover Scheme

  3. Various museum visits, e.g.

    • “Contemplator Artist of China Exhibition” @Asian Society

    • “Conversation” Modern Hong Kong Artist Exhibition @Osage

  4. Community project

  5. Art Ambassadors Training Program (held by Hong Kong Arts Council)

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