Message From the President


In our Education, we certainly hope our children could “learn happily” but how can we achieve that goal? In the last school year, our school promoted the development of children’s sociality through “Music and Drama”, under a huge of success, we decide to keep it going in this school year. It is known from children’s interest are rising by the teacher’s teaching from “Music and Drama”, and can help the children develop in moral, intellectual, physical, social, beauty, and spiritual development with good results.

Learning is to understand more things in our life. J.M. Keller proposed the ARCS learning model, which indicates Attention, Relevance, Confidence and Satisfaction. The school uses music as a medium of instruction, allowing children to learn in a relaxed and funny way. Such teaching approach would induce children’s learning motivation. To give a simple example: children usually eat slowly during meal times, our school teach them by singing the song “Sense of Responsibility”, children are encouraged to eat on their own and cultivate an independent attitude. Singing can attract children’s attention and the content of the lyrics is related to children’s life experience. In addition, “music” is highly infectious and can bring joyful emotions to children. They can learn naturally and spontaneously when they sing repeatedly. The new knowledge content makes it self-confidence and satisfaction.

The school has always used the truths of the Bible to shape children’s pure and upright character and guide them to establish a positive life from their early age, and actively face the challenges of growth. We hope that children can learn valuable, enrich experience, and broaden their horizons through music and happy learning.

Children’s Psychological Needs

Just like adults, children also have “psychological needs” that should not be overlooked during their growth process. The primary need is for love and care. It is essential for children to feel deeply loved by expressing love to them. Parents must express their love to their children, allowing them to experience and feel it. This way, children also learn how to love their family, others, themselves, and life. The psychological development of a child who lacks love is imbalanced, often resulting in frequent emotional instability and a lack of self-control.

The need for a sense of belonging should also not be neglected. Children enjoy having companions, parents, and a family, which gives them a sense of belonging. When a child is neglected or ignored, they will feel a lack of belonging, believing that “everyone rejects and denies them.” Over time, this can lead to a sense of alienation towards their family and even society.

On the foundation of love and belonging, children also need to develop self-esteem. Self-esteem and confidence are crucial for children’s psychological development and future growth. Building self-esteem should start with the encouragement of adults, especially parents, who are the significant people in their lives. A word of encouragement from parents makes a child feel their own worth. Self-esteem and confidence are established in this way.

Furthermore, there is the need for a sense of accomplishment. When a child experiences success for the first time and receives appropriate encouragement, they develop a sense of accomplishment. They feel capable of achieving and will continue to do so. This sense of accomplishment motivates children to try new things and broaden their experiences.

Learning is essential for a child’s growth, and curiosity plays a crucial role in learning. Curiosity is inherent in children’s nature. They are naturally curious about their surroundings, eager to explore the world, and actively ask questions, touch, and observe. This is how their learning journey begins. It is best for adults to answer children’s questions seriously, as it increases knowledge accumulation and inspires their ability to understand and solve problems. Most importantly, it satisfies the psychological need for curiosity. If children’s curiosity is not fulfilled, their motivation to learn and interest in acquiring knowledge will be hindered.