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National Day Celebrations 2016

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On the 8th August National Day Celebrations, teachers and students arrived in our national colours – red and white – to celebrate the nation’s 51st birthday! The event started with the parade segment brought together by the uniformed groups and the school band members.

The uniformed groups lived up to the expectations and carried out the parade segment with pride and confidence while marching in with school and state flag.

Later, in the hall, students and staff were entertained by the performance put together by our very own teachers and students to showcase the different chapters in Singapore’s history. The singing of the National Day songs segment was well- received by the audience.

The last segment of the celebrations was a fun-filled carnival put together by our Secondary One students, and the proceeds raised will be given to the Needy Students’ Fund. Our PE department also joined in by organizing inter-cohort games for the students, such as the well-received gunny sack race.

2NT and 3NT Elective Modules 2016

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From 25th to 27th July, our Secondary 2NT and 3NT students attended the 3-day Elective Module Programme that has been specially designed for them. During these three days, our 2NT and 3NT students learnt many interesting skills. Students had the opportunity to learn basic principles of Culinary and Baking Skills which aimed to develop the necessary knowledge, attitude and skills to become a Professional Culinary or Baking Chef in the ever-growing, creativity demanding F&B and Baking industry. Our students had an enjoyable and informative experience during these three days.

Mozzie WipeOut CIP Program

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It was the bright and sunny Sunday morning of 24 July 2016 and the faces of eager Canberran staff, students from the Secondary Two cohort and Health Nexus Club and Parent Support Group members were likewise cheerful and enthusiastic as they gathered in school for the Annual Mozzie WipeOut Community Event. This is an outreach effort by the school to go out into the neighbourhood to spread the important message of ensuring that homes are kept free of mosquitoes.

After a brief training by the NEA officers, the entire Secondary Two cohort, along with the staff, Parent Support Group members and our Grassroots Adviser – Dr Lim Wee Kiak – embarked on a morning mission to spread the Dengue prevention message. This was all the more important as our school is located near Dengue red zones.

The next three hours or so were spent going door-to-door in the various blocks within the precinct. The students had spent their CCE periods in preparation for this community effort and had also put in effort to make little mementos to give to the residents they visited. Each team was given the responsibility to cover an average of about 150 households.

The interaction and sharing proved enriching to the students and it was a mutually helpful experience as our students gained confidence in speaking and interacting with the residents and they in turn also got useful reminders about keeping their homes dengue-free.

It was a meaningful and purposeful morning well-spent and we look forward to next year’s Mozzie WipeOut with eagerness!

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