The Festival of Lights, Deepavali!
A blessed Festival of Lights to our Indian brothers and sisters in Singapore.
Thanks be to God, we had a wonderful Deepavali celebration! The children tasted dhaal, prata, muruku and sweetmeats that are usually served during Deepavali. They paste coloured rice on rangoli designs and coloured other rangoli design with chalk on the floor. The children also played sparkles. These are all part of the tradition during celebrating of Deepavali!
Thank you to the parents support group and all who had rendered resources, time and love to make the celebration meaningful for our children.
Funtime doing Rangoli designs together!
Who wants henna?
Tie me a turban!
MSK Team and parents enjoying Deepavali delights!
What a beautiful Saturday morning for our Sport's Day! We were blessed indeed!
Thanks to our parents support group, this year we had hotdogs, drinks, cotton candy and bubble games stands for all to enjoy. Thank you to all who participated wholeheartedly in the event. It was lovely to see everyone enjoyed some family time together.
Let the competition began!
MSK Team and Parents' game
Well done, all are winners!
“May we always care for our children, not counting the cost, so that they may never believe themselves to be mistakes, but always know their infinite worth.” - Pope Francis
Thank God for the good weather, it was a great day of fun and joy! Our children were happy playing and interacting with each other. Thank you to parent volunteers team who have helped to organized this celebration and made it meaningful for the children.
Each child went home with a set of this information cards of the activities they did.
We join the whole nation to celebrate Singapore 57th birthday.
"Stronger Together", working hand in hand to help each other moving forward as a nation. May our children continue to be a blessing to this country!
Racial Harmony 2022
After Covid-19, the parents support group organized the Racial Harmony celebration. Children enjoyed visiting the different booth setup, learning about the different cultures in Singapore.
Parents volunteer setup booths to display their cultures.
Children played traditional games, tasted food, and played musical instruments. Had henna drawn on their palm and danced to Indian music. They did lion dance using the props. Chinese tea tasting the traditional way. Using chopsticks to pick up coloured cotton balls.
A big thank you to the parents support group for gracing this joyful event for the children.