Priceless Moments

Years of school life are made up of countless little moments. Stories in this category show us the moments that were priceless in the eyes of the photographers. 

BEST PHOTO STORY
Learning goes beyond 4 walls - OSOS 2021 MOE staff Priceless Moments winning story Learning goes beyond four walls
By Ms Nur Raihana
MOE Kindergarten @ Mayflower

Despite space constraints and safe distancing measures at our holding site, our children’s learning can still go on with a little creativity! The indoor and outdoor environments are critical for their learning. Providing fun, hands-on experiences with colours and laughter will create precious memories. Painting outdoors, climbing nets and exploring the butterfly garden – these help children construct meaning from the world around them. May they play, learn and grow with their peers and teachers!

HONOURABLE MENTION
Choa Chu Kang Primary Schools 2C culture of Care and Commitment - OSOS 2021 MOE staff Priceless Moments Chua Chu Kang Primary School’s 2C culture of Care and Commitment
By Mr Muhammad Zhafran Bin Abdul Halim
Chua Chu Kang Primary School

The 2C culture of Care and Commitment in our school ensures strong and professional bonds are forged among teachers, among students, and between teachers and students too. From celebrating a pioneer’s retirement through reminiscing the good old memories, to helping a classmate in need, we believe that the camaraderie forged helps to develop students’ joy of learning. These moments will remain etched in our hearts.

HONOURABLE MENTION
Little green fingers - OSOS 2021 MOE staff Priceless Moments Little green fingers
By Mdm Eveline Ang Siew Hoon
Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary School

See the joy on our pupils’ faces as they experienced the fruits of their labour. Little seeds they sowed were transformed into a harvest of beautiful flowers and edible vegetables through our Programme for Active Learning Outdoor Education gardening lessons. Pupils worked creatively and developed responsibility as they took turns to care for the plants. They observed the growth and recognised a connection between themselves and nature. Pupils also bring home some of the harvest and seeds so they could cultivate their own mini garden at home!

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