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Information Communication Technology (ICT)


Everybody making ICT a way of learning


To promote and encourage the use of ICT to extend and enhance learning for students and teachers alike.


We strive to promote a learner-centric environment so as to excite and support teachers and students in their learning. In doing so, we want students to be empowered in their learning as they pick up both ICT and soft skills. We want them to be responsible and discerning ICT users who are ready for the future.

Instructional Programme


The CLEAT (Chung Cheng’s Learning Everywhere and Anytime Together) programme is introduced to CCHY students to promote the culture of anytime and anywhere learning. The programme, in the same manner as what is commonly know as a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) intiative, encourages students to bring their own ICT devices to the classroom for their learning. This year, the programme is implemented for all the Secondary One students.

 2016 CLEAT Programme Sec 1 Registration Talk.pdf 

ICT in Interdisciplinary Project Work (IPW)

The IPW incorporated ICT into different IPW such as learning values through Di Zi Gui and Song Composition. These Project Work curricula use ICT apps and platforms like Garage Band and Google Classroom to impart ICT baselines skills and ethics to students.

ICT Framework

CCHY ICT Framework.jpg

The ICT Framework in CCHY focus on Teachers as Creators and Students as Learners. The Creators and Learners roles are also interchangeable as students are empowered to create contents for their learning and teachers learn ICT-related skills to enhance their teaching. The other three elements: School Leaders as Enculturers, Pedagogy as Driver and Infrastructure as supporter.

Cyber-Wellness in CCHY

Please download the following document for more information on the school's cyber-wellness programme. 
CW Briefing for Parents.pptx.pdf

Cyber-Wellness Newsletter

Please download the following document for the latest issue.