Children’s Day 2017
Children’s Day 2017 was celebrated on 5 October and it was a meaningful day for our students as they celebrated the milestones they had achieved in their lives.
Various interactive game stalls such as a carnival ring toss and a colourful inflatable obstacle course were set up to mark this special occasion. The students played to their hearts’ content and definitely won over the teachers’ hearts with their angelic sparkling eyes and innocent bright smiles!
The students were treated to delicious carnival food such as popcorn, candy floss, putu piring and many more goodies.
The highlight of the day was none other than the Pie Face Showdown, where students got the rare and exciting opportunity to toss whipped cream at familiar faces, that of their teachers!
Special thanks to the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) volunteers for taking time out of their busy schedule to facilitate the activities and interact with the students. Our appreciation also goes out to staff from Allergan for their generosity in providing snacks and goodie bags for all the students. SCDF and Allergan volunteers definitely brought much joy to the students.
It was such an eventful day for the students as they not only got to play and eat, but also brought back goodie bags and great memories!
Children’s Day 2016
On Thursday, 6 October 2016, the school celebrated Children’s Day. It was a day to honour and celebrate children all around the world.
A carnival was held within the school compound for both the morning and the afternoon session. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) came down to help out as volunteers. Through this partnership, all the students were able to have fun and they enjoyed the activities tremendously.
The students were treated to a variety of inflatables and a ball pond. Students had loads of fun bouncing up and down. For the afternoon session, the students had the opportunity to take photos with our volunteers who were dressed up in Spiderman costumes. The highlight of the day was definitely the dunking tank as students had first-hand experience in dunking their teachers!
Students and staff were also treated to a variety of carnival food such as popcorn, ice cream, French fries and more. Students also had the chance to try out carnival activities such as spin art, balloon sculpturing & face painting.
Our appreciation to the generous sponsorship from our kind donor, Mr Jason Teng and his friends; the students went off with lots of goodies. It was a fun-filled event for all!
Written by Teacher Gena