Winning Stories

Here are 6 winning stories from the OSOS Photo Contest 2018. Read on and share their stories with your friends!

Theme: Priceless Moments
Title: We Conquered Camp!
By: Fernvale Primary School

We will remember our Primary Five Adventure Camp: Fears were conquered and friendships strengthened, values and life lessons taught in the classroom came alive. We even got to see a different side of our teachers – like when we got to support them at camp activities (normally, it is them supporting us)!













Theme: Priceless Moments
Title: Our Schools, Our Stories
By: Shuqun Secondary School

Our school, our teachers provide us with many good times. Many fun and emotional moments are shared together. Most importantly, we learn that if we have any trouble, we reach out to our friends – and do it together.













Theme: Ordinary School Day, Extraordinary School Life
Title: Overcoming Challenges in Everyday School
By: Greenridge Secondary School

Our school motto is “From Each His Best”. This is how Greenridgeans give our best in every situation we experience. We never give up even when the going gets tough!














Theme: Ordinary School Day, Extraordinary School Life
Title: Overcoming Challenges in Everyday School
By: Changkat Changi Secondary School

Through a camera, I hope to slice into time so that we can freeze and relive those moments of daily life again and again. I hope that we never forget lessons such as this one on perseverance: this group of junior netball girls joined with their seniors to wipe down the netball court with wipers so that training could continue after the rainstorm!



 















Theme: My School Community
Title: Uncle Peter
By: Hwa Chong Institution

The canteen is the crucial backbone of our school community. One “vertebra” – the guo tiao mian stall – has four attendants we see every day, cooking and serving. However, there is one hidden worker, Uncle Peter.















Theme: My School Community
Title: The Teacher Who Makes a Difference
By: Xinghua Primary School

Teachers are the most unappreciated people in the world. They put in their hearts and souls into teaching us to be good people. We want to show you the life of such a teacher, Miss Diana Yin, as she leads, cares and inspires us to become better people, whether it’s in a classroom or listening to us, one-to-one.