Graduation Day 2018
Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore School (CPASS) held our annual Graduation Ceremony for our twelve graduates from School on 16 November.
It was a cosy evening spent reminiscing the wonderful memories of our graduates. It was also an evening of celebrating friendship. The theme – “Journey with Me” spoke of this alumni spirit that CPASS upheld. In line with the spirit, the School Principal Mrs Koh-Lim Ai Lay also presented the inaugural Sustained Employment Award to four ex-students of our alumni.
Our Guest Ms Janice Beh, Senior Inspector of Special Education Branch, MOE, presented our first group of graduates with their leaving certificates. CPAS Executive Director Ms Latha Sankaran Kutty and School Principal Mrs Koh-Lim Ai Lay then presented our second and third group of graduates with their leaving certificates respectively.
The graduates and their families left an everlasting memory in us, and we would like to wish them success in all their future endeavours.
Graduate Jia Jie receiving her leaving certificate from the School Principal!
Graduation Day 2017
Ms Latha Sankaran Kutty (Principal/EIPIC, left) & Mrs Koh-Lim Ai Lay (Principal/School, right) gave a combined speech to the guests and graduates.
Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore School and Early Intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC) held the annual Graduation Ceremony for 19 school graduates and 75 EIPIC graduates on 17 November.
It was an eventful evening of reflection, appreciation and celebration of the wonderful memories and bonds forged with our graduates. The theme “The Adventure Begins” was apt as it wishes all our graduates a new journey of success and adventure that awaits them after their graduation.
Our Guest of Honour, Mr Lau Hwa Peng, Senior Vice President of Singapore Airlines (Engineering Division) presented our graduates with their leaving certificates to end off the event. This event would not have been possible without the kind sponsorship of Singapore Airlines (Engineering Division) as well as the assistance from all staff in Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore.
The graduates and families left us with an everlasting memory and we wish them continued success in their future. And so…your adventure begins! Congratulations on your graduation and we will miss you, graduates!