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Principal Brenda Wu has foresight. She accepted the invitation of the "CoolThink@JC Project" of The Hong Kong Jockey Club five years ago and the School became one of the 32 network primary schools in the first phase of the project. Since then, the School has actively promoted coding education and was invited to become a resource school in the second phase of the project and take one step further to nurture future digital pioneers.
Principal Wu said, "We need to arm children in the 21st Century with generic skills, including communication and collaboration, creativity, and problem-solving skills. When students master all these skills, they will be more able to face challenges in their future life and work."
The assistance gave teaching resources, classroom support, and teacher training, to name a few.
Principal Wu upholds St. John Baptist de La Salle’s philosophy of school education - Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve. She emphasized, "Our teachers shoulder the mission of advancing computational thinking education, sharing their experiences to the academia, and becoming mentors for other newly participating schools."
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