With the development of new concepts and ideals in education, the school has been actively encouraging students to learn with the help of information technology. Starting from 1998, each classroom has been equipped with a television set, a projector, a loudspeaker, a recorder and a computer screen. The year 2000 witnessed the opening of the Multimedia Learning Centre. A campus TV network was installed in 2001. In 2003, a video camera and a built-in computer desk for the use of teachers were installed in each classroom, where audio-visual equipment was also updated, to facilitate multimedia teaching by teachers.
As the existing premises were found to be inadequate for the development of the school, the School Improvement Project was started in 2002. In April 2003, a new wing was officially completed and ready for use, the area of the school site increasing from 7,000 to 8,500 square metres. The space for class teaching and activities was thus greatly increased. The new wing of the school building was opened by Mr. Cheng Yan-tse, deputy permanent secretary of the Education Bureau on 22 April, 2004.
The completion of the new wing has increased the space and facilities for activities: the mini-hall for table tennis; the Student Activity Centre has become the favourite of the Dancing Group. Other places like the library, the language room, the conference room, the geography room, the music room, etc, open up new possibilities for teachers and students alike.