Address：57 Wah Fu Road, Wah Fu Estate, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong
1 Then after fourteen years I went up again to Jerusalem with Barnabas, taking Titus along with me. 2 I went up in response to a revelation. Then I laid before them (though only in a private meeting with the acknowledged leaders) the gospel that I proclaim among the Gentiles, in order to make sure that I was not running, or had not run, in vain. 7 On the contrary, when they saw that I had been entrusted with the gospel for the uncircumcised, just as Peter had been entrusted with the gospel for the circumcised 8 (for he who worked through Peter making him an apostle to the circumcised also worked through me in sending me to the Gentiles), 9 and when James and Cephas and John, who were acknowledged pillars, recognized the grace that had been given to me, they gave to Barnabas and me the right hand of fellowship, agreeing that we should go to the Gentiles and they to the circumcised. 10 They asked only one thing, that we remember the poor, which was actually what I was eager to do.
Our students participated in the STEM workshop “Exploring Industry Opportunities from Fun Science” , organized by that Department of Applied Physics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and HKPC Academy. In this workshop, students learned how science and technology can be applied in different industries, such as medical radiophysics, electronics and innovation technology, and understand how Scientific physics knowledge can be applied to radio physics, electronics and innovation industries.
In order to stimulate students’ interest in Science, Technology , Engineering , Art and Mathematics (STEAM), students visited the Art exhibition “Hidden Variables: forking paths of visual and technology,” from Hector Rodriguez ,organized by “THE WRITING MACHINE COLLECTIVE”, on 12th Oct 2018. Rodriguez’s works engage in a broad range of scientific concepts, from mathematical abstraction to applied mathematics in different disciplines, such as optics, quantum mechanics, information technology and so on. In the exhibition “Hidden Variables,” he exercises what is recently known as the “STEM to STEAM” pedagogic model, to generate new experiences outside the classroom for young people. His mathematically generated digital prints and videos visualize for us abstract concepts. Young visitors are encouraged to think cross-disciplinarily, to think out of the box, and to enjoy learning new concepts.
STEM Ngong Ping 360 O2O day trip Our students participated the “Ngong Ping 360 O2O day trip” organized by Modern Educational Research Society on 26 Sept 2018 in Tung Chung. During the trip, students finished several tasks related to the Ngong Ping 360 facilities by applying STEM-related knowledge and the concept of environmental protection through mobile Apps. After the trip, the students’ are expected to strengthen their knowledge and reinforce their sense of environmental protection.
S.K.H. Lui Ming Choi Secondary School 41st Speech Day The forty-first Speech Day of S.K.H. Lui Ming Choi Secondary School was successfully held on 6th July, 2018 at the school hall, with the presence of The Most Revd Dr. Paul Kwong, Archbishop & Primate of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui. 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. The 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 academic, music, art and other categories. She reported on the work of the school year 2017-2018 and the 3-year school development plan. The 3 major concerns of the school development plan (represented by the 3Es – Excel, Engage and Enlighten) showed our school’s effort in building up our students towards excellence, engaging them in different learning experiences and enlightening them for different kinds of exposures. Some highlights on the changes and growth in these 3 years included 52 lesson studies conducted by teachers to help stretch students’ academic potential to reach excellence, a new set of language across the curriculum learning materials developed to enhance English learning in different subjects, such as Liberal Studies and Integrated Science; and a STEM curriculum aimed at raising students’ interest in learning and nurturing their talents in the field of science and technology. Students were awarded excellent results in different competitions. Moreover, the new junior reading curriculum had run for 3 years. Students thought the curriculum could widen their horizons and enrich their knowledge. The Principal believed that engaging students in different learning experiences will motivate them towards setting their goals in life. The S-Café project, supported and founded by the Lam Foundation, was one of the examples. 3 groups of students were formed to take turns to run the café under the mentorship of the trainers. Every cup they made was freshly prepared with passion and dedication. Another highlight was over 300 students were engaged in pull-out programs in the past 3 years to explore their potential. Study tours to Taiwan, Shanghai and Paris were arranged for them to learn beyond textbooks, while local excursions focused on the life of different cultures. On top of it, there was a lot of interdisciplinary collaboration between subject departments and companies to enrich students’ learning experiences. The Geography department and Chinese History department arranged a tour for participants to understand development in Shenzhen. All these could help students’ whole-person development. Other students took part in community service such as singing at HK International Airport and running a stall in the Lunar New Year Flower Fair in Causeway Bay. Life-planning and career education also expanded rapidly in the past 3 years. Many visits were arranged for students to expose themselves to different job types and helped them cultivate positive values and attitudes. At last, the principal hoped all graduates would have an open mind, readiness to make changes and willingness to grow. All the parties could work together to reach the goal of ‘being inquisitive, enterprising and competent’. Afterwards, The Most Revd Dr. Paul Kwong, the Guest of Honour, gave us an inspiring speech. He quoted a bible chapter – Proverbs 3:3 “Let love and faithfulness never leave you; bind them around your neck, write them on the tablet of your heart’. He pointed out that education is not only the process of facilitating learning or the acquisition of knowledge and skills, but also building values and beliefs. He continued to say that the first attribute, love, is almighty. God created us out of love and so we could love Him back. Love can drive us to achieve what we want in life. Then, he said that faithfulness was another attribute we should possess as it was the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. God is faithful and we are called to be faithful. Finally, he congratulated all F.6 graduates on embracing life with love and faithfulness, earning many more achievements in life ahead to contribute to the society. 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, Lam Shing Lok, Benison. The day was further embellished by the impressive performance at our school choir. 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. Singing of the hymn ”God make my life a little light” Revd Christine Ho, School Chaplain and manager, led the Opening Prayer Student Wan Long Ming read the Bible passage Dr Jane Lee Ching Yee, Supervisor & Chairman of the IMC, gave a Speech of Welcome Dr Alice Cheung Shuk Yee, the school Principal, delivered the Annual Report The Most Revd Dr Paul Kwong, our Guest of Honour, addressed the audience The Most Revd Dr Paul Kwong, our Guest of Honour, presented graduation certificates to Form 6 graduates Mr. So Kai Ming, Honorary Secretary of the IMC, presented prizes Revd Chrisitine Ho, School Chaplain and manager , presented prizes Ms Cheung Hau Yi, School Manager, presented prizes Mr Lee Wan Tang, School Manager, presented prizes Ms Michelle Ng, School Manager, presented prizes Dr Yan Ting Kwan, School Manager, presented prizes Ms Lui Chung Mei Emily, School Manager, presented prizes Mr Chan Tsz Chung, School Manager, presented prizes Mrs Kam Wong Yuk Wah, School Manager, presented prizes Mr Yim Chun Ho, School Manager, presented prizes Dr. Jane Lee Ching Yee presented prizes Lam Sing Lok Form 6 graduate representative, gave a Vote of Thanks Dr Jane Lee Ching Yee presented a souvenir to The Most Revd Dr Paul Kwong Dr Jane Lee Ching Yee presented a souvenir to Dr Alice Cheung Shuk Yee, the School Principal Performance of the School Choir A photo of the stage party
「五十聯中」- 聯校中文辯論學會多年來以推廣學界的辯論之風為己任，舉辦「聯校中文辯論比賽」，今年邁入金禧五十載。本年總共有61所不同學校參賽，雲集人才輩出的傳統名校，亦不乏青出於藍的地區名校。聖公會呂明才中學於第一輪初賽不幸落敗，但毫不氣餒，於負方賽中默默耕耘，從後趕上，終於在負方賽中出線，躋身聯中十六強。後再接再厲進入八強、四強，處身香港會議展覽中心會議廳的總決賽場地，與華英中學一決勝負。 總決賽於8月25日舉行，比賽為一日辯，即早上出辯題，下午即日比賽。辯題為雙辯題「甲方專家統治比民主更為優勝、乙方民主比專家統治更為優勝」。隊員於八小時內分秒必爭，分析、處理辯題，在場上團隊目標一致，個人盡力表現，最終以2:5擊敗華英中學，奪得第五十屆聯校中文辯論比賽冠軍，第三副辯盧宗華同學憑著平穩、鎮定的表現，獲得「最佳辯論員」殊榮。 在此感謝校長、各位老師、校友的支持及各隊員們在這一年的比賽中付出努力和時間，共創佳績! 特別鳴謝教練黃天忠先生、陳蘊瑩小姐、王燊中先生對同學們的指導和幫助統籌比賽，讓隊員可以發展潛能，不斷成長。 祝願聖公會呂明才中學中文辯論隊，繼往開來，更進一步! 連結以下網址可觀看聯中冠軍賽: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfGel-s0i3M&feature=youtu.be