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Daily Bread

  • Matthew 13:30 Dec 8 2017

    30 Let both of them grow together until the harvest; and at harvest time I will tell the reapers, Collect the weeds first and bind them in bundles to be burned, but gather the wheat into my barn.  

Highlights

  • S.K.H. Lui Ming Choi Secondary School 40th Speech Day Sep 13 2017

    The fortieth Speech Day of S.K.H. Lui Ming Choi Secondary School was successfully held on 5th July, 2017 at the school hall, with the presence of Professor Way Kuo, President and University Distinguished Professor of City University of Hong Kong. Other prominent guests included members of the Incorporated Management Committee and Representatives of the 159th Hong Kong Scout Group. After the procession of the official party into the school hall, the ceremony began. Reverend Christine Ho, the School Chaplain led us in an opening prayer, followed by the speech of welcome delivered by the Supervisor and Chair of the Incorporated Management Committee, Dr. Jane Lee Ching Yee. The annual school report was then delivered by our Principal, Dr. Alice Cheung Shuk Yee, with the comment that our distinguished students and graduates excelled in academics, music, sports and other categories. She said that it was full of challenging experiences for both teaching and learning throughout the school year. In the domain of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Language Across Curriculum (LAC), they were integrated into our formal curriculum and collaboration between subject departments was developed. They were also integrated into the informal curriculum which engaged students in various related activities and competitions both inside and outside school. The result was positive and it would be polished and tried out again in the coming year. Our teachers were also actively engaged in the professional development to enhance the running of the STEM and LAC at the school. We had teams of teachers from the English, Mathematics and Integrated Science departments who went on teacher training courses at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University to develop LAC curriculum in Integrated Science and Mathematics classes for the use of the school as well as for the sharing of other schools in Hong Kong. As for the informal curriculum, students were also engaged in a variety of activities this year. In-school workshops on sustainable Aquaponics System were organized for junior form students, visit to the Innotech 2016 and student presentations in STEM Education Conference-cum-Carnival and the setting up of STEM booths in primary schools in the neighbourhood were organized. Students were also engaged in different competitions such as the STEM Junior Science Master Creative Competition and STEM Talent Cup. Besides, students were nominated to join external activities to arouse the interest so as to stretch the potential in STEM. In-house workshops such as Forensic Science were introduced to senior secondary students. For the first time, a scholarship was secured for a student to join a 3-day pilot scheme in Thailand to learn more about aircraft maintenance as well as to attend a pilot training session in a flight simulator in Thai Airlines. These learning experiences aimed not only to enlarge students’ knowledge base and advance their application and creative thinking skills, but also build up their study and career aspirations. Besides, to stretch them even more, students were engaged in competitive science and Mathematics and Science competition (Chemistry), recognizing the outstanding achievements in being the top 2% high-achievers out of the thousands of contestants from over three hundred secondary schools. As far as in the domain of IT in Education, under the wifi-900 project commitment, the school had been adopting more and more e-learning devices in classes not only to help enrich students’ understanding but also to help teachers formatively assess the progress of students in class and to make adjustment to increase the effectiveness of learning. Students were pulled out to take external IT related courses. Some of them won several medals in the Hong Kong Informatics Olympiad. The Technology Education key learning area was also keen on enriching the curriculum. New extended learning activities were conducted for F.1-2 students during the post-assessment periods, such as sewing and baking. Regarding the domain of reading across curriculum, the new junior reading scheme continued to bring a good impact on students. They read a wider selection of books, building up positive values and habits and broadening their knowledge base. In the domain of values education, apart from morning prayers, teachers were invited to take turns to share in assemblies the experience on how the key values of the school ‘Be Inquisitive, Enterprising & Rational’ could be developed and lived out in one’s life. In the student development program, the overseas and mainland study tours and local exchanges engaged about 150 students to explore new territories. It is our plan that all students will have a chance to go on study tours or exchanges during the six years in LMC. On the artistic side, music contest, dance competition and the annual cultural performance themed ‘Truth, Goodness and Beauty’ were also held. Our talented artists and debating teams also joined a number of competitions and they received very encouraging results. Our student leaders in the extra-curricular activities had the traits of leadership qualities. In order to prepare students for the future, the Career Education Committee committed to enrich career-related experiences for students. This year, we newly joined the Life Buddies Mentorship Program and Engineer In School Program by the CLP. The good practice and strategies of life planning and career education were recognized by EDB. Mrs. Cheng then requested all the graduates to remember their teachers and parents who play an imperative role in their lives. They should also believe that each of them was special and unique in the eyes of God and they could excel in their own way. Be inquisitive, enterprising and competent in engaging themselves to do what is beyond their comfort zone so long as they were doing what was right. Afterwards, Professor Way Kuo, the Guest of Honour, gave us an inspiring speech which was a great enlightenment to the youth. He congratulated all the graduates and prize-winners and then said that the school and he had something in common as the school was founded in 1972 and he graduated from a university in Taiwan in 1972. What they were not in common was his school in that era was not well equipped with facilities such as air-conditioners. He then shared his experience with all the people there. He said that our school motto was Leadership, Motivation and Caring. It was important as it summarized an educational institute’s values and priorities. He continued to say that his teachers told him to study hard in order to be successful. However, during that period of time, there were many successful persons without a university degree. He found that politicians and businessmen did not require a degree to be successful. For example, Terry Guo in Taiwan (a Taiwanese tycoon who is the founder and chairman of Foxconn, a company that does contract manufacturing of electronics for other companies such as Apple Inc.), Ma Yun, Jack in China (Alibaba founder), Yeung Kin Man in Hong Kong (the founder and chief executive of Biel Crystal (HK) Manufacturing Ltd.) and Bill Gates in USA (the co-founder of Microsoft). None of them possesses a degree but they are all successful. Moreover, in the 21st century, there were four Nobel prize winners in Physics, Chemistry and Medicine without a PhD degree, including Tu Youyou from Shanghai. He then gave us the answer by referring to our school motto again (LMC). We need to connect our knowledge with what is useful in our society. Leadership is a skill encompassing the ability of an individual to lead other individuals. Motivation gives the reason for people’s actions. We need to take advantage of our knowledge to motivate people to take leadership and to care about the community. We should digest the knowledge we have and apply them. We should also learn how to broaden our views. Keep ourselves to be motivated and be ready for the challenges ahead. Speech Day reached its climax with the presentation of certificates, scholarships and prizes in academic and extra-curricular activities to both graduates and distinguished students. The vote of thanks was then delivered by our F.6 graduate, Wu Tsun Kit. The day was further embellished by the impressive handchime performance by our students. The singing of the school hymn marked the end of the ceremony. It was an evening filled with reflections and joy for the graduates as they reunited with their teachers, classmates and friends.

  • STEM Activity – Visit to InnoTech 2017 Oct 17 2017

    In order to enhance students’ learning in Science, Technology , Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) for further studies and strengthen their ability in integrating and applying knowledge and skills, students were arranged to visit InnoTech 2017, organized by “Our Hong Kong Foundation”, on 27th Sept 2017. The aim of InnoTech was to introduce the latest scientific and technological development in China and Hong Kong. It is our honor to be invited to interview the first Post-80s Chinese astronaut Wang Ya Ping during the sharing session “Expert Forum” to listen to her unique and incredible space dream.   學生心聲 我校在全港中學中有幸被邀請訪問中國第二女太空人王亞平女士,她不單是中國人心目中的嫦娥,更是中國人的驕傲。我在盧老師的鼓勵下,擔當了學校的代表,能夠有幸同台與王亞平女士交流。創科博覽設有科普講座和專家論壇,我們就是參加了由王亞平女士主講的專家論壇:我在星空追夢。講座中,王亞平女士分享了她追尋太空夢的歷程,包括當女飛行員的原因和經過。我們最有興趣的是當女航天員的訓練和王亞平女士堅持當女航天員的原因,而王亞平女士曾經說過:「有一種生活,沒有經歷過,就不知道當中的艱辛;有一種艱辛,沒有體會過,就不知道其中的快樂;有一種快樂,沒有擁有過,就不知道當中的真諦。」 雖然我沒有當航天員的夢想,可是我仍然會向夢想進發,不會輕易放棄。正如王亞平女士的金句,有一種快樂,只要擁有過,就會明白當中的真諦,我也希望明白到當中的快樂呢!   我亦參觀了其他的展品。創科博覽分了六個主題展區。分別是天、訊、海、香港之光、科普活動和VR體驗。我對中國地震監察網絡系統非常佩服,每次地震都會造成財產損失及人命傷亡,而這個系統能夠有效監察地殼的移動,預測地震的可能性。當有地震的時候,更會有效通知大眾,盡可能減少地震對市民的影響。是次活動令我感到國家的科技發展一日千里,希望國家繼續發展,創造更多新發明造福人群。   九月二十七日 我有幸可以去香港會議展覽中心參觀2017年的創科博覽。 當天有很多不同類型的展覽 ,而令我有較深刻印象的是科普活動。 那裏有很多不同的遊戲可以玩,其中一個更可讓我們以模型去模擬以往古代的發明。及後,更可以參與由王亞平航天員主講的講座,航天夢想。 她小時候並沒有想過要當一個航天員,直到她當上了空軍之後, 有一天竟然招募女航天員, 於是便決心去一試, 最後更被取錄! 自始以後,她便開始了當航天員的旅程…… 而且亦是她覺得最值得驕傲和自豪的工作! 要知道,能够成為一個航天員是需要經過長時間艱苦的訓練, 她擁有堅強的毅力和奮鬥心是很值得我們學習的!          

  • GO.PLAY.STEM coding workshop Sep 13 2017

    Our students participated in the “GO.PLAY.STEM cording workshop” on 6th Sept at the Hong Kong Science and Technology Park. Participants in the workshop learnt the animation creation and controlling robot by using “Scratch”. During the process, students’ coding ability were strengthened and their analytical skills, problem-solving skills and cooperation skill were also nurtured.      

  • (STEM)LEAD Light and Shadow Animation Workshop Sep 6 2017

    Our students participated in the event “LEAD Light and Shadow Animation Workshop” on August 25 at the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups. The activity mainly included three parts: scientific theory , computer programming and hands-on creation. Participants studied the theory about the optics in camera, produced a black-box camera, learned Scratch programming and made animated photo shows. The aims of this program were to enhance their ability in STEM-related area to stimulate their innovative thinking and cultivate their talent in design and artistic area.  

  • (STEM)Congratulations to prizewinner of the Projec... Sep 6 2017

    Our students participated in the “PolyU Engineering Summer Camp” organized by Faculty of Engineering of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The following student won the competition of the project challenge.   Merit Award (MIT App inventor) : Wong Yuk Chun