Lui Cheung Kwong Lutheran College was founded in 1981. Since its establishment, LCK has always been offering education based on Christian values in order to nurture students in an all-rounded Christian manner by giving them learning opportunities in the six aspects of development, i.e. spiritual, moral, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic. Our school annual mission, ‘Embrace hope and faith. Let life blossom’, steers us to provide a safe and warm learning environment for every one of our LCK students to enrich their lives and have breakthroughs with confidence and hopes.
We place emphasis on whole-person development through cross-curricular learning which allows our students to have good learning foundations to learn proactively and independently. Students are required to prepare their lessons beforehand and jot notes while learning so as to raise their learning effectiveness. In order to cater for learner diversity, our teachers design various learning activities and materials in a bid to raise students’ motivation to learn.
Apart from the above, LCK also puts great emphasis on life education. Through different means, students are well cared physically, mentally and spiritually. Learning the Truth through the Bible, students also gain a lot of valuable learning experiences through a series of talks, workshops, visits and so on. Students are trained according to their potential. All junior form students have to take part in at least one extra-curricular activity in the hope of providing a safe platform for our students to discover their interests and talents. By participating in a range of activities, students can take up leading roles with confidence, positive self-image and a sense of achievement, including but not limited to leadership training programmes, organising activities for fellow schoolmates, enrolling in community services on campus and out of campus. We walk together with our students in order to assist them.
Moving into the 21st century, our students will most certainly face a lot of unprecedented changes. In the face of these challenges, not only should educators be equipped with knowledge to teach students, but they should, more importantly, be ready to assist the young to build up their positive attitudes and values. God has blessed LCK with a team of professional and trustworthy staff who are ready and willing to walk with their students under any circumstances. When we see our students grow, we all feel encouraged which in turn reinforces our confidence in our pedagogy. We will definitely work closely together and embrace our future with love to fulfil our heavenly duties as educators.
Ms Christina Fong