The first Monday Assembly of this new term was started by a big warm welcome. Mr Headmaster, Clem Parrish introduced new students and teachers to the Lucton community. Then the students leadership team announced the launching of students website, which was designed and built by themselves. The website is operating with functions including bulletin board, classroom reservation and other school services. As the Lucton community is getting bigger and stronger, everyone is full of energy and passion and looking forward to another fantastic school term!
The Monday Assembly for this week was kicked off by an exciting House competition.
As the House System is a key component of a British style boarding ethos, students were allocated into one of the four houses since last December. Meanwhile, the house point system based around rewarding positive behaviours and achievements both as individual and as house, was fully operational. On this Monday Assembly, students leadership team conducted a inter-house competition, and the winner house could win a grand house points. Having a strong sense of community, all the students and teachers were actively involved and fought to win the game.
This Monday morning in the school theatre, students were separated by four houses, which are Lion, Fox, Star and Knight. You can tell the intense and exciting atmosphere filled the whole theatre.
“How many days passed since the creation of the school?” There was a special question in the “Super Quiz” div. All the students and teachers tried to recall the school founding date, and the founding students and teachers in the Fox House got the right answer within the given time. Finally, Fox House won the whole competitions with their amazing performance. Congratulations!
Lucton scholarships value and follow the school vision of Whole Person Education, and positively contribute the talent cultivation and further the development of education. They are awarded based upon various criteria of students, commending the remarkable achievements in academic and other specific fields. There were four new students joint Lucton as scholars this term, were invited onto the stage and introduced to the community during the assembly.
Deputy Head, Mr Alex Yang awarded the glory ties for each scholar that should be worn every day in school. We encourage students to pursue the better performance more than academically, but also in sports, arts, personal interests, independence, spirits, characters, etc. The school sets different types of scholarships, believing and cherishing the unique talents of each individual.
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The whole new week is kicking off by such an inspiring morning.
As the Monday Assembly draw to a close, students gained a strong sense of community and honour.
Spring is a fresh start for the whole year, with the weather getting warmer and brighter.
It is pleased to see the Luctonians getting into another vibrant and busy week.