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Aims & Objectives

The broad aims of the Biology curriculum are to enable students to: 

  • develop and maintain an interest in biology, a sense of wonder and curiosity about the living world, and a respect for all living things and the environment; 
  • construct and apply knowledge of biology, understand the nature of science in biology-related contexts, and appreciate the relationships between biological science and other disciplines; 
  • develop the ability to make scientific inquiries; think scientifically, critically and creatively; and solve biology-related problems individually and collaboratively;  
  • understand the language of science and communicate ideas and views on biology-related issues;  
  • be aware of the social, ethical, economic, environmental and technological implications of biology, and be able to make informed decisions and judgments on biology-related issues; and 
  • develop an attitude of responsible citizenship, and a commitment to promote personal and community health. 

Department Members

Department Head: Ms. Fung Wing Sze
Teacher: Mr. Wong Yiu Tung

Curriculum (Junior Form)
Introducing Biology
Cells and Molecules of Life 
a. The cells as the basic unit of life
b. Movement of substances across cell membrane

Organisms and Environment
a. Gas exchange in humans
b. Transport in humans

Curriculum (Senior Form)
Compulsory Part
I. Cells and Molecules of Life 
a. Molecules of life
b. Cellular organization
c. Movement of substances across membrane
d. Cell cycle and division
e. Cellular energetics
II. Genetics and Evolution 
a. Basic genetics 
b. Molecular genetics 
c. Biodiversity and evolution
III. Organisms and Environment 
a. Essential life processes in plants 
b. Essential life processes in animals 
c. Reproduction, growth and development 
d. Coordination and response 
e. Homeostasis
f. Ecosystems 
IV. Health and Diseases 
a. Personal health 
b. Diseases 
c. Body defence mechanisms  
Elective Part 
V. Human Physiology: Regulation and Control 
a. Regulation of water content (osmoregulation) 
b. Regulation of body temperature 
c. Regulation of gas content in blood 
d. Hormonal control of reproductive cycle  
VI. Applied Ecology 
a. Human impact on the environment 
b. Pollution control 
c. Conservation 
d. Global issues 
VII. Microorganisms and Humans 
a. Microbiology 
b. Use of microorganisms 
c. Microbial genetics 
d. Harmful effects of microorganisms
VIII. Biotechnology 
a. Techniques in modern biotechnology 
b. Applications in biotechnology  
c. Bioethics 


CUHK Health Exhibition Presentation Competition

Field Trip Studies at Mui Wo


Biotechnology Workshop at Hong Kong Science Park