After classes fully resumed, reuniting Lutheranians is at the top of the list, so that they can join each other hand in hand and grow together. It is believed students do not only find companions in their class, but in their clubs and interest groups. Therefore, the school organised its first ever club-based refreshing day last week.
A variety of activities, both active and static, were organised. Active activities include virtual cycling, first aid course and K-pop dancing class; while some club activities were quieter: watching movies (Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made and Mulan), trying out indigo dye, playing Korean traditional games, making electric maze and handmade soap…
Some Lutheranians even went “off campus”. Geography Society and Biology Department co-organised an interactive talk, with Dr. Steven Chan and Dr. Scott Chui from Cetacean Ecology Lab being the hosts. Participants learnt about the current livelihood of Sousa chinensis and African elephants. Chinese History Society included virtual reality in the activity, bringing students back to the China 3000 years ago.
On the Refreshing Day, teachers and pupils came together to learn and to create happy memories that will last a lifetime.
School resumption means to reunite, reconcile and recover. Personal growth comes before academic achievements. Lutheranians, work hard, play hard!