Our School Image

Our School

Vision and Mission

The Four Cornerstones

The Four Cornerstones

 

HKUGAPS firmly believes that the success of our School lies in achieving these guiding principles as the Four Cornerstones of the School.

School Mission

School Mission

 

To nurture LIVELY, INQUIRING, DISCERNING and CREATIVE students.

School Motto

School Motto

 

The motto of HKUGAPS is Strive for Virtue Quest for Truth.

 

It means that we all need to hold firm to our ambitions in bringing up esteemed personality and endeavoring in pursuing truth.

 

Note: Special thanks to Professor C.Y. Sin (Hon-Yin and Suet Fong Chan Endowed Professor in Chinese, School of Chinese, Faculty of Arts, The University of Hong Kong) for composing the motto and Professor T.I. Jao (Honorary Professor, School of Chinese, Faculty of Arts, The University of Hong Kong) for calligraphy.

School Emblem

School Emblem

 

The Star Stands for:

 

  • Leadership and inspiration
  • A child dancing with delight of learning
  • A new mode of quality education in the new millennium
  • Dynamics, energy and creativity
School Song

School Song

 

We are small but we are smart, we love to learn and we'll work hard. We are young and we are kind, we will grow with a golden heart.

 

Through subjects that you teach, we'll inquire and discern. And studying I.A., will help us to create.

 

We are small but we are smart, we love to learn and we'll work hard. We are young and we are kind, we will grow with a golden heart.

 

When we wonder where we are, our star will guide us there. To shape a brighter future, the world is ours to share.

 

Now that we are all mature, and we know what is right and wrong. And we'll never will forget, school is a lively neighborhood.

 

The Students in HKUGAPS

The Students in HKUGAPS

 
Lively, inquiring, discerning, creative

 

  • They are happy, confident, active and enthusiastic children, who have self-respect, and are able to face challenges.
  • They are passionate about life and know how to take care of themselves, their family, their community, their nation, and the world.
  • They accept others, are cooperative and have leadership.
  • They are healthy children with good habits.
  • They are proficient in written and spoken English, Putonghua, and Cantonese, and develop a good reading habit.
  • They love learning and exploring, develop a curiosity about their surroundings, and build up a foundation of rich knowledge.
  • They know how to learn, and are able to think and solve problems independently.
  • They are creative, and show interest in arts, sciences, and sports.