The first Coffee Morning session was held on 29 June. It is a platform to provide open communication between the school and our parents. The Principal and the Senior Teacher represents the school meets with parents over coffee. Getting to know each other better; sharing concerns, ideas, and information; and planning for the upcoming school celebrations are some of the agenda for the meeting. We hope and encourage more parents to participate.
Many generous hands have contributed their time, energy and resources to make this day fun and successful for everyone!
We were blessed with a beautiful weather. Everyone was enjoying!
More pictures by Mr. Christopher here: https://tinyurl.com/MSKFamilyDay2022
In this Friday Growth series, the teachers and staff learned about 'Anger' as to understand it. For 4 sessions, they learned how to identify when anger is triggered in our body. The possible causes and the process that happens when anger is triggered. The side effect if anger is not manage well. The session were accompanied with questions for personal refection and sharing with each other.
Living with Covid-19 at MSK...
Today we are especially grateful to be able to gather again in St Francis Hall to have our morning assembly together after a long 2 years and 2 months! We are excited and so are the children. We pray and hope this will continue...
"Echo From The Past" Art Exhibition
Our kindergarten was invited to take part in "Echo From The Past", an art exhibition for Catholic Kindergartens as part of the Catholic200SG festival in 2021. The Catholic200SG was a year long festival to celebrate the 200 years of the Catholic Church in Singapore. The exhibition was held between 4-11 December 2021 at the Good Shepherd Cathedral.
Above are the children working in batches of 4/5. Sr Susanna, FMM facilitated a conversation between the children about what they feel and think about the Church. After the conversation, the children began to freely created their individual artwork using a buffet of art materials provided at a table. Their teacher then harvested the children's thought about the artworks created.
These were the 15 artworks submitted to the organizer. 5 of them was chosen to be displayed on the exhibition day.
Above is the video clip of the exhibition. 200 artworks were selected and exhibited.
Click: catholic200.sg to see the full post-festival documentations.