Chinese New Year 2017
Friday, 27 Feb 2017
As part of the Chinese New Year Celebration 2017, the Mother Tongue department has organised a lantern-making competition for Secondary One, Two and Four students. In par with the year of the rooster, the students brought their own ang baos and recyclable materials to make their own rooster-themed lanterns in their groups which comprises of students from different races and backgrounds. It was fascinating to see students of diverse backgrounds working hand in hand and using their creative juices to create their own lanterns! The best two lanterns from each class were then submitted for competition, and after that, two winners were chosen per level.
The Secondary Three and Five students, they were involved in packing and delivering of hampers for the residents of Blk 177 & 178, Boon Lay Drive. This was organised in partnership with the South West Community Development Council. Each hamper comprises daily necessities such as rice, canned food and toiletries. The hampers were packed by the Secondary Three students and were then distributed by the Secondary Five students and the Student Council Outreach and Advocacy Committee on the eve of Chinese New Year.