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中華基督教會基慈小學

2016/17年度 五月份通訊

親愛的家長:

  

    感謝神的帶領和保守,本校在四月一日所舉行的福音佈道會上,與三百多名家長和學生在主基督的愛中分享聖經的話語。當天透過詩歌敬拜、見證分享、福音話劇和福音魔術,向參加者講述耶穌基督的救恩及聖經真理。感謝香港志道堂和循道衞理佈道團在當中的服侍,願神繼續祝福基慈小學,肩負傳播福音的使命,令更多人可以領受主恩。

  

為了與時代接軌,本校的教學團隊在課程設計及教學上不斷尋求革新,不但在電腦及專題科中加入了STEM課程,而且在常識科加強了探究及體驗的元素,讓學生能「從學中做,從做中學」,發揮創意及提升解難能力。神賜予每人獨特的恩賜和能力,我們應按著孩子不同的喜好、特質及能力,多給予他們探索發揮的機會,展現所長。本校同學於四月二十三日參加了「積木橋創意設計比賽」,當中六愛班的譚嘉慧、蔡迪晉及劉卓朗同學在指定的時間內,利用最少的LEGO積木,設計出可負重及讓機械車行走的橋,勇奪冠軍,在此恭賀各得獎同學,能在賽事中發揮潛能。除了累積比賽經驗外,本校亦著重學生的多元發展,因此,本校安排了陶笛隊在即將舉行的聯校畢業典禮中負責表演環節;而本校的合唱團也參加了「全港小學校際手語歌比賽」,鼓勵他們作出不同的嘗試,開拓多元發展,感受共融文化。此外,本校成立了校內的「IT小精英」,讓學生負責攝錄校內的活動,讓他們身體力行地學習如何服侍他人。為促進學生的自主學習,本校在復活節假期間已跟香港基督教服務處樂Teen會及香港浸會大學合作,順利在一至三年級推行「自主學習計劃」,讓假期變成「新」的學習空間。學生在計劃中自訂學習目標,從中學會規劃及主導自己的時間,培養自律、盡責的態度,體驗自主學習的樂趣和意義。

  

學生的全人發展有賴多方面的配合,因此,家庭教育亦是學生成長階段中重要的一環。家長們,在剛過去的復活節假期中,孩子有沒有幫忙做家務?你們有沒有讓孩子知道做家務不應是媽媽的「專職」,而是家中每個人的責任?我們應該鼓勵孩子從小幫忙做家務,讓孩子參與、體驗同心協力及互相幫忙的樂趣。你們有沒有試過有些事明明是需要孩子必須做的,卻換成用探問式的口吻來問孩子:「是不是該吃飯了?」「你自己整理你的房間行不行?」其實這樣等同間接給了機會讓孩子説「不」,給予他們「討價還價」的空間。美國著名心理學家簡.尼爾森(Jane Nelsen)在「正面管教」(Positive Discipline)內指出「如果父母能夠少説多行動,與孩子之間75%的問題很可能都會消失。」。家長應當用明確的語言管教孩子,例如:「吃飯的時間到了,快點洗手吃飯吧!」明確而具體的語言,讓孩子不會挑戰父母的決定,讓孩子知道事情本來就應該是這樣的,並不是每一件事都需要爭辯或討論。倘若能把嘮叨爭辯的時間都節省下來,和孩子談談有趣的話題或者做一些有意義的事情,自能建立良好的親子關係。

  

不少研究指出,中國人比較內斂,一般很少用語言來表達內心的感謝,更很少直接説「我愛你」。母親節將至,在這個充滿愛的五月,我們何不乘此佳節,放膽地跟媽媽大聲説:「我愛你!」我們更可親手做些小手工聊表寸心,例如用顏色紙做幾朵漂亮的花兒送給媽媽,並附上用手拓印出來的心意卡,想必這些窩心的 小禮物定能讓母親樂上半天!正如聖經所説:「你要使父母歡喜,使生你的快樂。」 (箴言23:25)最後,很想跟大家分享一首美麗的詩歌——《橋》,讓我們一同細味歌 詞的含意,從中感受天父的大愛。

                             

趙潔華校長謹啟

2017年5月5日

C.C.C. Kei Tsz Primary School

2016-2017 May Newsletter

5th May, 2016

Dear Parents/ Guardians,

  I thank God for His leading and blessings for the outreach activity held on 1st April. More than three hundred parents and students came to listen and know more about His word. The participants learnt about the salvation of Jesus Christ and biblical truths through worship, testimonies, evangelical drama and a magic show. I would like to thank the Church of Christ in China Chi To Church and Methodist Evangelistic Ministry for their ministry. May God continue to bless our school so that we can take more initiative in preaching God’s word and enable more people to receive the grace of God.  In order to be in line with the times, our teaching staff has continued to seek innovation in the design of our curriculum. Apart from integrating STEM curriculum in the IT Project Learning subject, we also put more emphasis on elements of inquiry and experience in the General Studies subject so that our students can benefit through learning by doing. Also, students can unleash their creativity and enhance their problem-solving abilities. God gives each person unique gifts and abilities. Therefore, we should provide children with opportunities to unlock their potential according to their interests, characteristics and abilities. Some of our students participated in a Lego bridge design competition on 23rd April and three of them, including Tam Ka Wai, Choy Tik Chun and Lau Cheuk Long from Class 6 Love, got the champion. They used the least number of Lego blocks to build a loadable bridge, allowing the passage of a mechanical vehicle in a fixed time. I would like to congratulate them for rising to the challenge in the competition. Apart from encouraging our students to gain experience from competitions, our school also emphasizes diversified development. Our school ocarina team is going to perform in the coming inter-school graduation ceremony. Our school choir will also participate in the upcoming Interschool Sign Language Song Competition. Our aim is to encourage students to make different attempts, be open to diversified development and experience the cultural communion. In addition, our school has set up IT Elites, in which students are responsible to taking photos and videotape some school events, so that they can gain more experience in knowing how to serve others. In order to enhance students’ self-directed learning, our school has cooperated with Hong Kong Christian Service Happy Teens Club and Hong Kong Baptist University to implement a self-directed learning programme in P.1, P.2 and P.3 during the Easter holiday. In this programme, students set their goals and learned how to plan their own schedule and manage their time as well. Also, they gained understanding in how to be self-disciplined and responsible and are able to experience the joy of self-learning.

  Students’ well-rounded development relies on the cooperation of a wide range of aspects. Therefore, family education is one of the most important aspects for students’ growth. Has your child helped with the housework during the Easter holiday? Have you let your child know that doing housework should be the responsibility of every family member? We should encourage our children to help with the housework since they were young and let them experience the joy of helping each other. Have you ever told your child to do things that they should do by themselves by asking questions like “Is it time to eat?” and “Is it okay if you tidy your own bedroom?” Actually, these questions indirectly give children an opportunity to say no or bargain.

  A famous American psychologist, Jane Nelsen, suggests in her book Positive Discipline that over 75 percent of the problems parents have with young children would probably disappear if parents talked less and acted more. Parents should nurture students with clear instructions, such as “It’s time to eat. Please wash your hands now.” Clear and concrete instructions enable children to understand that they should not argue about or discuss everything and not challenge their parents’ decisions. If you can save time from arguing about things with your children, talk about some interesting topics or do something meaningful with them so that a good parent-child relationship can be established.

  Many studies have pointed out that the Chinese are relatively introverted. They seldom use language to express their gratitude and rarely say, “I love you”. Mother’s Day is coming soon. Why don’t we say, “I love you” loudly and bravely to our mothers? We can also make some crafts to show our love, such as using coloured paper to make some beautiful flowers and using handprints to make a card. I believe that these small gifts can bring our mother joy. “So give your father and mother joy! May she who gave you birth be happy (Proverbs 23:25).

Finally, I would like to share a Christian hymn, Bridge, with you. Let us grasp the meaning of the lyrics and feel the love of our Lord.

Sincerely,

Chiu Kit Wa

Principal

 
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