Music education helps students: 

  1. To develop creativity, the ability to appreciate music and to effectively communicate through music; 
  2. To nurture aesthetic sensitivity and cultural understandings; 
  3. To develop music skills, construct knowledge in music, and cultivate positive values and attitudes;
  4. To gain enjoyment and satisfaction through participating in music activities; and
  5. To pursue a life-long interest in and the valuing of music.


The Learning Targets of the Music curriculum are: 

  1. Developing Creativity and Imagination Develop music ideas and acquire creating skills, together with performing and listening, to cultivate creativity and imagination; 
  2. Developing Music Skills and Processes Develop performing skills to experience and express music, with emphasis on cultivating music imagination and musicality in practice;
  3. Cultivating Critical Responses in Music Comprehend, respond to and appraise music so as to nurture aesthetic sensitivity and awareness; and
  4. Understanding Music in Context Understand the functions of music and the relationship between music and cultures.


Music Panel Head: Ms Kam Wai Yee Winnie