In a group, the thoughts of each individual can greatly impact the group as a whole.
In the past, people living in the countryside would store water in large ceramic pots. After letting it settle overnight, there would be clear water to drink the next morning. If a child were to stir the pot with a stick for the fun of it, the water would become dirty and unsuitable for drinking.
From this we can see how in a moment of carelessness, an individual may cause trouble for many people.
Therefore, in interacting with others and handling matters, we must constantly be vigilant and have self-discipline.
Being able to read is perhaps the most essential ability we learn in our early years. Children who develop a love of books and stories early, tend to pick up on phonics and reading sooner than those who have less exposure to these things. So, we know cultivating and encouraging a love of books early in a child’s life is very important.
The Ministry of Education declared that learning across the country continues but is now enveloped in a different packaging no one has seen coming: Home-Based Learning. Crisis learning inspired a tipping point in education. Many educators rely on their creativity and a heart for dedicated service during HBL.
Tzu Chi Secondary School focuses on providing students with holistic education, not only developing their academic skills, but also building their character and emotional well-being. This year, the Counselling Department has chosen “Resilience“ as the big theme, which has been incorporated into Personal and Professional Skills (PPS) classes and counselling sessions as well.