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Our Accolades

PUPIL ACHIEVEMENTS

Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Art 2013

It is our pleasure to announce that our submission to this year’s SYF Art Exhibition has been awarded a Certificate of Recognition. Our submission is an animation production entitled, ‘Oh, What Joy on A Rainy Day!’ by our Special Art Programme pupils. They are Avery Lim, Eng Peng Gin and Dayna Tan from 2 Responsibility, Poon Zhi han from 2 Respect, Li Yi Min from 2 Resilience, Hu Sheng Yao from 2 Confidence, Low Jing Lin, Jovan Su and Enven Ho from 2 Care and Shao Yue Han from 2 Joy. Congratulations to all our artists!

Their work is exhibited at the SYF Art Exhibition 2013, from 4 July to 14 July 2013 (10AM to 10PM), at the Suntec City Mall, Tropics Atrium.
You can also visit the SYF Art Exhibition mobile online gallery athttp://syf.asknlearn.com/syf/splash.html from 4 July to 30 July 2013.

It would be lovely if you could leave words of encouragement for our pupils while you are at it.

Introduction for the E-book

Our pupils have written several essays and short stories over the months. To celebrate their achievements, we have compiled some of their writings into our very first language publication – Exclusively Frontier’s. It is a collection of the pupils’ work from both the English and Mother Tongue languages.

We are pleased to share with you the E-book version of the publication. To view, please click on the following links.

English

Mother Tongue

City in a Garden Photography Competition 2012

15 of our P1 pupils were selected by our trainers from the ‘Fun with Photography’ sessions to participate in the above competition.  On 4 April 2012, they went to the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden to take some outdoor shots based on the given themes assigned by NParks.  About 400 students in Singapore participated in this competition organised by NParks.  We had submitted a total of 22 entries, with 46 photographs, for the Junior Category.  We are proud to announce that 4 of our P1 pupils have achieved the Merit Awards. Our pupils were the youngest winners in this junior category. Congratulations to Abigail, Biance, Hung Meng and Sing Zaak! We are proud of you!

‘Fallen’
By Abigail Mollenido Calayag
P1 Responsibility
‘Loudspeaker’
By Gia Bianca Napay Castillo
P1 Care
‘Colours of Life’
By Oh Hung Meng
P1 Creativity
‘In the Reds’
By Yip Sing Zaak
P1 Joy