Aisyah Ashrafswandi, 12, HKMA David Li Kwok Po College I would add financial studies. It would teach us how to save money and spend wisely and how to set a budget. Many people have debts. We need to know how to organise our spending. Lauren Engel, 16, Island School I would add a subject about event management. This would be useful in day-to-day life, such as planning someone's party. This isn't as easy as it sounds as the event has to be promoted to get people to attend. Cathy Chan Chi-man, 16, CCC Kei Chi Secondary School I would add a subject called 'life'. It would comprise different parts of our life, such as birth, death, how to take on opportunities and how to deal with defeat. It would help both students and teachers to understand the true meaning of life and come to know themselves better. Karen Lee Ka-ki, 14, Carmel Secondary School Stress management. Students are always under academic, family and peer pressure. Recent polls found that teen suicides are on the rise. This shows adolescents need help when dealing with difficulties. This course could teach methods of coping with problems and ensure a cheerful school life for all pupils. Elaine, 15, International Christian Quality Music Secondary School I would like to add photography. It is really interesting when students can do something more related to their surroundings. They can actually walk around the school campus or even go out of the school in small groups. They can have more contact with the world. Danon Ng Tin-long, 17, Tang King Po School As Hong Kong is a fast-paced society and most people are only working for money, power or fame, I would like to teach the younger generation to enjoy their lives. Students and teachers could hang out during class and explore the meaning of life. Dorothy Fung Hok-ching, 12, St Mary's Canossian College I think law should be included in the curriculum for junior students. Many secondary schools offer it, but only for senior students. Law affects everyone so it should be taught to junior form students too. Also, it's better to absorb information at an early age. Melody Cheung Wing-kei, 15, St Paul's Secondary School I would add psychology - the study of people's behaviour and their mental processes. Our emotions and actions towards things or people reveal our personality and thinking. Through psychology, we can better understand ourselves and others. Ruby Leung Yu-yan, 13, Maryknoll Convent School I would add a subject called 'How To Become Fit'. It would be perfect for students who have a weight problem, and even for those who simply want to keep fit. Lessons should be held once a week and the teacher should keep a record of students' weight. Ho Chak-kong, 16, South Island School Why not add a subject that all children would love? Especially Hong Kong children. One that they would be eager to practise for hours on end. The work of which they would be engrossed in even while they are commuting, waiting or walking. Cross computer studies and sports, and you have it: Computer games studies. I would add psychology - the study of people's behaviour and their mental processes. Our emotions and actions towards things or people reveal our personality and thinking. Through psychology, we can better understand ourselves and others.