That's right! It's "School's Out, Fun's In" time! There's no better way to conclude this great 2012 with a BBQ! (^_^)
Meeting Place: Anderson Primary School Meeting Time: 8.48am
Attire: Beach wear only (Helmet optional, flip-flops recommended, leaf not provided)
Things to Bring: 1) Moments-freezing device (Highly recommended, though free photo-taking is provided) 2) Handphone & camera chargers (Never go on a trip without them) 3) An extra set of clothings (Two sets recommended for those staying over) 4) Toiletries such as towels, shower foam, toothbrush/paste etc. (U may arrange to share some items with your friends) 5) Sleeping bag from your P5 camp (Camping in an air-conditioned environment this time) 6) Frisbee, watergun/bomb, basketball, soccerball, PSP etc, as u deem fit 7) $6 for bicycle rental (An hour) 8) Rollerblades (No rental of rollerblades @ Aloha Loyang) 9) Tidbits (To prevent developing horizontally, please SHARE them with your friends) 10) 50-cent coins (Bring more if u want to play in the arcade) 11) Swimwears (Undies not recommended, black shorts maybe can) 12) Energy and enthusiasm (Please pack plenty of them with u)
For a fuss-free and more enjoyable staycation, please avoid bringing too many valuables.
House Rules: 1) Safety first (Anytime, anywhere, no further explanation required) 2) Keep the chalet clean at all times 3) Good conduct & mannerism in all situations
We'll together make this day a very very memorable experience of the year! =)
Partying is strictly by invitation only. (",)
UPDATES (as @ 22 Nov 2012, Thu, 9.00pm)
"I wanna party!" =)
Xue Li, Jessy, Amanda, Yun Jia, Yew Chong, Ian, Jun Rong & Clement
"I wanna party & dance!" =]
Alena, Jancy, Jia Yi, Nisha, Zendrea, Nigel, Ernest, Leo & Sean
"I wanna party & camp!" (",)
Yi Ning, Jun Heng, Jovan, Jin Heng & Bryan
"I wanna party, dance & camp!" (".)
Jane, Larissa, Kit Yee, In Jae, Elsen, Clarence, Enoch, Mithran, Gavin, Yu Hong & Xavier
Absent with apologies:
"Somewhere over the rainbow..." =(
Zijing, Pooja, Heather & Lay Lin
"I'm hibernating..." =[
Joseph, Shui Hon & Wen Wei
Star Pupil for the Month of February 2012 - Ian Soh
Ian is a charismatic student leader who leads by example and demonstrates the school values of self-discipline and courage.
He is an extremely reliable and trustworthy class monitor, and is definitely a great right-hand man of any teacher. His cheerful and pleasant dispositon makes him an approachable person. Ian is a good role model who commands the respect of his peers.
Presenting our Star Pupil for the Month of February - Ian! (",)
One Roman legend has it that there once lived a beautiful maiden named Rodanthe. She was pursued by a number of admirers who broke down her door to seek her hand in marriage. This angered the goddess Diana, who turned Rodanthe into a rose and her suitors into thorns.
In one of the many myths surrounding the origins of Valentine's Day, a young priest named St Valentine was beheaded by Emperor Claudius II.
He has gone against the king's ban against young soldiers getting married, and secretly carried out weddings.
It is believed that centuries after St Valentine's death, lovers everywhere celebrated his greatness with roses.
The popularity of the roses as a Valentine's Day flower reportedly rose around the 17th century.
Some said the symbolic meaning behind roses stemmed from the belief that the red rose was the favourite flower of Venus, the Roman goddess of love and beauty.
Over time, it was dubbed the flower of love and passion.
And if these myths still cannot satisfy one's curiosity as to why roses came to symbolise love, here's one more intriguing fact.
The letters in "rose" can be rearranged to form "Eros" - also known as the god of love.
~ Extracted from The Straits Times 12 Feb 2012, Sunday ~
Star Pupil for the Month of January 2012 - Heather Low
Heather possesses a pleasant disposition. She is always sincere and courteous towards her teachers. Her humility and helpfulness command the respect of her classmates and she is well-liked by them.
Heather is a self-directed learner who is highly motivated and conscientious. She takes pride in her work, and produces work of high quality. She is a responsible and committed student leader & class monitoress.
Presenting our Star Pupil for the Month of January - Heather! (",)