About WSC
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School Mission

In the spirit of Christ, we are committed to providing holistic Christian education, which fosters the ethical, intellectual, physical, social, aesthetic and spiritual development of our students. Through a harmonious and disciplined campus life, students are encouraged to take the initiative in learning, explore creative solutions and develop individual potential. Nurtured as lifelong learners, students are able to adapt to change and develop self-confidence for contributing positively to the well-being of our community and mother country.

Class Structure (2023/2024)
CLASS S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6
NUMBERS 4 4 4 4 4 4
School Policy of Medium Instruction

English has been adopted as the teaching medium, except in Chinese Language, Chinese History, Biblical Knowledge and non-academic subjects. The school language policy emphasises the mastery of both English and Chinese language. Students are also given an opportunity to learn a third language – Japanese, which is offered in junior forms as an extra-curricular activity, and a formal subject in senior forms. Students in senior forms are required to take stipulated official language examinations.

School Management

The Principal works together with the School Administrative and Development Committee to formulate school policies and review the school performance profile. The three Assistant Principals are responsible for academic affairs, student affairs and administration and support respectively. The school routines are operated through a committee system. Important school policies are discussed and adopted in the Incorporated Management Committee Meetings. Moreover, students can also raise their viewpoints on school policies through the Student Association and Student Council; while parents and alumni can do so through the Parent-Teacher Association and the Alumni Association respectively.

School Development Plan

1. To strengthen teachers’ knowledge and techniques on using effective pedagogies to facilitate students’ learning
2. To nurture students to be proactive and positive learners
3. To unleash students’ potential through experiential learning

Learning & Teaching Strategies

The school adopts a multiple teaching-learning approach. Interactive elements such as e-Learning, field trips and project work are integrated systematically into the formal curriculum, with a view to enhancing students' thinking skills, creativity and expression. Cooperative Learning is emphasized in making lessons more student-centred. Debate and drama elements are introduced to enrich language classes. E-Learning is widely used through the school-based Moodle learning platform to nurture students to be self-regulated learners beyond the classrooms. The Language-across-the-curriculum Project has been implemented to enhance language learning effectiveness through the concerted effort of different departments. An application of diversified learning strategies, such as peer assessment and concept maps have been coordinated to further facilitate student’s learning.

School-based Curriculum
  • Electives: Apart from the core subjects, students can take 3 out of 10 elective subjects including Chinese Literature, Chinese History, Economics, Geography, History, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Information & Communication Technology, and Business, Accounting & Financial Studies. Other than the above subjects, students can study Mathematics Extended Part Module 1 or 2. In addition, students can take Applied Learning courses offered by other institutes and other electives offered by the Network Schools in Tai Po.
  • Curriculum highlights: The school commits to encourage students to develop the ability of “learning to learn” through class periods in S1. S2 students are offered character-building and leadership training in the “Leader in Me” lessons, which educate students with the "Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" (Stephen Covey). STEM elements have been incorporated in the Integrated Science, Computer Literacy and Design and Technology curriculum through project learning.
Key Tasks
  • Character-building & Leader in Me: We stress character building and leadership development in nurturing our students. Students are nurtured with virtues of respect, love, responsibility, integrity and appreciation, through value education provided by the school-based Life Education programmes. The Leader in Me programme has been implemented in the regular timetable to develop our students through building “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” (Stephen Covey). Students learn to be their own leaders before being the leaders of others.
  • Positive Education: Students are proactively nurtured with a positive mind to face difficulties and challenges in life, through pastoral care of teachers and various activities organised by the Life Education Committee, Guidance Committee, and Experiential Learning Committee. Students are taught to make responsible choices, build characters, connect with others, cope with stress and manage their time and life properly.
  • Broadening horizons: Students can broaden their horizons through experiential learning by participating in various leadership training programmes, competitions, volunteer services, service learning programmes organised by local universities or other institutions. In addition, students can participate in various overseas exchange tours with our partner schools in the United Kingdom, Japan, and our sister schools in Mainland China.
Extra-curricular/Co-curricular Activities

There are more than thirty clubs including academic, religious, sports, service, and interest groups. The Students' Association coordinates with the clubs and approves their budgets. Through club activities which are organised by the committees and mentored by teacher advisors, students are able to explore their potential, develop their strengths, and heighten their civic awareness.

Academic English Association, Chinese Association, Mathematics Club, STEM Association, Citizenship and Social Development Club, English Drama Club, English MC Society, English High-flyers Team, English Reading Ambassadors, English Debate Team, Chinese Debate Team, etc.
Services Scout, Girl Guides, Red Cross, Community Youth Club, Zonta Club (School Volunteer Team), Junior Police Call, Library Club, Environmental Conservation Club, Exordium Editing Team, Aquaponics and Coral Ambassadors, School Media Club, Christian Fellowship & Worship, etc.
Interest Groups Art Club, Astronomy Club, Chess and Board Game Club, Chinese Music Ensemble, Choir, Music Club, Instrumental Classes, Drama Club, Home Economics Club, Horticulture Club, Dance Team, Japanese Class, Japanese Culture Club, etc.
Sports Sports Club, Fencing Team, Softball Team, Judo Team, Basketball Team, Football Team, Table Tennis Team, Athletic Team, Running Team, Volleyball Team etc.
School Facilities

New facilities such as the Language and Innovation Techno Centre, coral aquarium and Aquaponics system have been installed to support STEM development and teaching. Special rooms include the School History Gallery, Computer Assisted Learning Room, Design & Technology Room, English Corner, Student Activity Centre, Library, Indoor Sports Hall, Career Room, and Self-study Room. The sports ground covers over 20,000 square feet (3 standard basketball courts) and may be used as a multipurpose training/game venue for basketball, soccer, handball, softball, volleyball, and archery, etc. Our sports facilities, have been enriched with the addition of Fitness Room and Climbing Wall, so that students get more chances to engage in new sports activities.

School Healthy Life

In S1, students are supported by two guidance programmes. They are "Learning to Learn" and the "Angel Project". The programmes enable students to master the study skills necessary in secondary education and to provide peer support from senior forms for their adaptation to the school life. The school also collaborates with the YWCA and the Lutheran Cheer-Evergreen Centre to implement the Healthy School Programme, which aims at advocating a healthy lifestyle, instilling a positive life attitude and an anti-drug awareness.

Life Planning Education

Our school adopts a holistic, developmental and systematic approach for career education and guidance. Different committees work together with the concerted support of class teachers and external organisations for students’ life planning.

Students are guided to develop and pursue their goals and plans in their future studies and careers in their junior forms through the Life Building Scheme, a school-based Life planning programme implemented since 2006. S3, S5 and S6 students are provided with group or individual counsel-ling regarding their aptitude, ability, choice of subjects, to help them pursue their career path with appropriate selection of subjects and university courses. Seminars, visits, workplace learning experiences, and sharing of alumni from different fields are also arranged to enrich their knowledge of different careers.

Starting from 2015, our school participated in the CLAP for Youth@JC Project and was one of the five Network Schools (2015-2018), a Pilot School (2019-2020), and is now a Resource School (2020-present) which adopts Hong Kong Benchmarks for Career and Life Development (HKBM). A Career Room has been built to offer a wider variety of related programmes to our students.

Whole School Approach to Catering for Students' Diverse Learning Needs

At the start of the year, the school organises the "Learning to Learn Scheme" for S1 students to establish good learning habits and skills. In junior forms, consolidation in languages and mathematics are provided through remedial classes. Moreover, underperforming junior form students are provided support from Guidance Committee to strengthen their motivation in studies. Additionally, we offer enrichment classes to enhance gifted students' interests. We also nominate and subsidize students to participate in different enrichment courses organised by local universities to stretch their potentials.

Religious Education and Activities

To carry out the school mission and vision of our founder, Dr. Wong Tak-hing, we preach the Gospel to our students through Biblical Knowledge lessons in junior forms, reading of Bible verses by the principal during morning assemblies, Christian Fellowship, assemblies and Evangelistic activities such as Gospel Week and Christmas Worship. Christian students take the role of leading prayers and sharing short Bible messages in school assemblies while Christian teachers participate in leading Bible Study Groups so as to guide students along their spiritual path.

Home-School Co-operation

The school values home-school cooperation and proactively strengthens the bond with parents. In collaboration with the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA), thematic activities such as seminars, parent talks, workshops, and outings are held annually. Parents’ voices are welcome through direct communication with the school personnel and in consultative meetings organised by the PTA. The firmly established home-school partnership facilitates the holistic development of our students.

School Ethos

With the love from Jesus Christ, our school emphasises providing students with holistic education and helping students build good conduct and self-discipline under the school Motto: Learnedness, Love, Dedication and Integrity. Peer support comes from the Student Helpers Scheme and Angel Project, whereby senior students help their younger schoolmates in the junior classes to adapt to the campus life. The harmonious teacher-student relationship is also conducive to creating a trusting and caring atmosphere at school.

Teacher Professional Training & Development

The Staff Development Committee holds school-based staff development seminars and workshops to meet the teachers' professional needs. They are also encouraged to attend external training courses for perspectives and enhancement.

School Green Policy

Energy saving, solar power generation, waste reduction, waste recycling and greening of the campus have been adopted as our school green policies. By participating in various green initiatives organised by the Environmental Protection Department or external organisations, our school is attempting to reduce use of plastics. ‘Plastic-free’ School Lunch is promoted through provision of refrigerator and steam cabinet. 69 solar panels have been installed on the roof of a school building for generation of solar power and teaching purposes. In addition, through the activities organised by the Environmental Conservation Club and the Green Prefects Scheme, students are educated to live a green life.