Our Success Stories
PRIME MINISTER'S BOOK PRIZE AND SINDA EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2017
PATIL SHRUTI RAHUL (6 TEAMWORK)
As an independent and keen learner, Shruti plunges eagerly into assignments and projects wholeheartedly and accepts feedback readily to aid her own learning and progress. Her pursuit for excellence is evident in everything that she does. She is also an avid reader who takes joy in cultivating the art of storytelling.
We are very proud to have her as one of the recipients of the prestigious Prime Minister’s Book Prize. She was also awarded the SINDA Excellence Award 2017.
Congratulations to our pupils who have excelled in their PSLE!
|CAI XINLIN||MARCO LEE RONG YAO|
|CHRISTABEL LEE||MOON SEONGMU|
|CHUN HOI YEE, EDIE||MUHAMMAD SYUAIB BIN MOHAMED AZMAN|
|DATAR SHRUTI PRASAD||NARENDRAN RAVIN|
|ETHAN LEE YEE CHIEN
||PATIL SHRUTI RAHUL|
|GABRIEL TANG HAN XIANG||SEE TOH ANNIE|
|JOSHUA THOMAS VIRAY RODRIGO||SHARMA SIMRAN|
|K. CIBICHANDAR||TEW YU XIN|
|KONG SHI TING||WANG RUIYUN|
|LI YUTONG||XU RULIN|
|LIM YU QI||YAN XINLING|
|LOW KIT WENG, NATHEN|
MUHD EDRY BIN SUBAGIO (6 RESPONSIBILITY)
Edry is a resilient boy who had overcome multiple challenges. His teachers could see the potential in him but he faced difficulties academically due to disruptions in his learning. He also had to learn to develop relationships with his peers.
With the support of MSF officers, the school and his family, Edry overcame all odds to be given a chance to be in the Normal Academic stream in the secondary school. This was despite the fact that he was taking two Foundation subjects for the PSLE. In a bid to return back to the society what others had done for him, he volunteered to share with the pupils of the school about his life challenges and how the people in his life made a significant impact which resulted in a drastic change in him.
ASHTON GARETH TAY KAI YUAN (6 CONFIDENCE)
XU ZHANG CHI, CECILIA (6 PERSEVERANCE)
had great difficulties reading and writing from a young age. However, she did not allow her condition to stop
her from trying her best. She put in a
lot of effort to learn her spelling which was a seemingly easy task to her
peers. From a “D” grade in English,
Mathematics and Science at the end of Primary 5, she endeavoured and passed all
her subjects in the PSLE. She even
improved on her strongest subject – Chinese – from a “B” to an “A”. Cecilia is now doing her Normal (Academic)
course at CHIJ (St Theresa’s Convent). She
continues to seek to improve herself.