Singapore Maritime Art Competition Entries
NAEA Glow Award 2015
A Walk with a Cause – Clog Painting Contest
1st Prize – Khairiana Binte Hafizudin, 5 Courage
Consolation Prize – Huang Yi, 4 Respect
Consolation Prize – Megan Ong Xuan Ting, 5 Humility
Congratulations to our pupils! We are proud of all the participants for putting in their best effort to participate in this meaningful cause.
Our P3 – 6 pupils were part of a community of 5000 students from local schools involved in the making of the light sculpture titled ‘Ouroboros’. ‘Ouroboros’ was created by the artist, Nicola Anthony, specially for the 28th SEA Games this year. Pupils thought about their dreams and aspirations and wrote them on the table tennis balls, which Anthony put together to form the light sculpture. The light sculpture was displayed at the Marina Bay’s Events Plaza from end May to 20 June 2015.
Ouroboros by Nicola Anthony, 2015 (Photo Credit Richard Koh for the Living! Project)
2015 SYF Art Exhibition
We are pleased to inform you that 2 of our pupils’ art pieces have been selected for the SYF 2015 Art Exhibition. The artworks will be exhibited at Raffles City Shopping Centre (level 3 City Square) from
9 July – 19 July, 10am – 10pm daily
Our P2, P3 and P5 pupils from the Talented Artists Programme participated in the Singapore Youth Festival this year. The artworks titled ‘Our Early Artists’ and ‘Historical Diorama’ were selected for display for the SYF Art Exhibition at Raffles City. ‘Our Early Artists’ received special mention by the curators.
‘Our Early Artists Our P2 pupils with the Director-General of Education,
Mr Wong Siew Hoong, at the
2015 National Dancesport Competition for Primary Schools
(4 Humility) and Yap Yuan Yuan (2 Loyalty) for the competition this year. We are proud to announce that Yap Yuan Yuan was placed in 9th position for the Under 9 Solo Jive Medalist.
SYF Youth Got Talent 2014
Aesthetics Week 2014
All the pupils from the different levels took to the stage at the Quiet Zone to perform and sing their choice of the National Day songs. The Quiet Zone was once again transformed into a lively and exciting arena as the pupils belted out their rendition
of One Singapore and In a Heartbeat, the two most popular songs.
The pupils expressed their love for Singapore through their art pieces that they created during recess.