This year, Children’s Day is a day for our students to thank all our frontline workers who have been working hard to keep us safe during the pandemic. From doctors, nurses, pilots, police officers to fire fighters, we hope to plant a seed of gratitude as the whole world navigates through these uncertain times. Our children are always grateful and today we celebrate our health, happiness and youth.
Learn. Grow. Play. The AHI Way.
Amidst the outbreak, let’s do our part to minimise the risk of infection among the community. Here are a few protective measures that you and your family can do on a daily basis. If symptoms start to show, please wear a mask and visit the doctors immediately.
For more information and advices for the public, please refer to the World Health Organisation’s technical guidance here: https://www.who.int/…/novel-coronavirus-2…/advice-for-public
This week was our final week, also known as “Open Week”, for Term 2 Speech & Drama.
For the past 11 weeks, our children had been working towards a short performance at the end of the term. This term’s main focus was ‘expressive speaking skills’, which incorporated poetry, catch phrases and voice projection.
We would like to thank all parents who came to the Open Week at Anne Hill Enrichment Centre. We hope you enjoyed your child’s performances and the progress they made for the past two terms.