Other partnerships with the local community
Hamper Wrapping and Distribution to the Woodlands Community
Project with MOE Kindergartens (MK) Centre at Riverside Primary School (Oct/Nov 2015)
During the October/November break in 2015, our student leaders from the Prefectorial Executive Committee lend their assistance to the new MOE Kindergartens (MK) Centre at Riverside Primary School to help its staff decorate the learning spaces in the centre so as to make them more conducive for learning.
During the six days of involvement, our student leaders assisted in the following areas:
i) preparation of learning tools (e.g. display charts, labels with visual cues) for Literacy, Science and Language lessons so that the kindergarten students can use them as scaffolds for learning
ii) assisting in logistics arrangement of the kindergarten classrooms
iii) sorting, wrapping and keeping stock of learning materials
iv) preparation for the Orientation Day
|Brainstorming ideas on how to enhance the learning spaces in the kindergarten||Marking out the boundaries for the hopscotch activity|
|Helping to make the Science lessons come alive||Our completed plants for the indoor garden|
SingHealth Outreach Programme for President’s Challenge (Aug 2015)
As part of this meaningful outreach project for SingHealth, selected Service Learning student leaders from the class of 3 Dynamic, 3 Thinking and 3 Caring led the entire Lower Secondary cohort in an origami activity.
During this activity, our students penned words of encouragement and well-wishes to the beneficiaries on the origami papers before using them to fold into decorative butterflies. These butterflies were displayed as part of the grand mural which was unveiled by the President during the grand finale event for President’s Challenge 2015.
Proudly presenting samples of the butterflies artwork done up by our Lower Secondary students
This has been a very meaningful and challenging experience as we need to guide the Service Learning student leaders in completing this project. I personally had lots of fun making the origami and I'm sure my peers do to I do hope to get another chance like as it's extremely rewarding in it own sense of helping other.
~ Marc Wee Yang Qin, 3 Thinking
This project allowed the Sec 3 Service Learning student leaders to demonstrate the school value of commitment as it may be a little challenging to lead the Secondary One and Secondary Two students to complete the origami activity. I think we all did an amazing job guiding the Lower Secondary students.
~Toh Qian Hui, 3 Caring
I feel deeply honoured to be given this opportunity to participate in this meaningful project as writing down words of encouragement enable me to motivate the needy. Through this project, I gained some knowledge about the President’s Challenge and I feel that the less fortunate ones deserve the right to be happy like us.
~Shermaine Chong, 3 Dynamic
Community Mural Project at Blk 855, Woodlands Street 83 (2014)
NIGEL PHANG JIA JUN
JAMES TAN KAI YONG
TAY KAI SHENG, DOUGLAS
CHAN ZI YANG
MD ZULHILMI B YUSRI
YIP SI MIN
WONG ZI WEI, NATALIE
TOH YONG YI JOEL
CHIAM DA WEI
GOH YI MIN
CYNTHIA NG SING HWEE
ERFA AFIFA BTE MOHD SAM
NG KAI YI