The Tamil department has collaborated with Pazhahutamil.com to leverage on an e-learning platform for our Tamil pupils. Through the interactive portal, pupils are able to access on-line assessments and activities. With the portal, pupils learn to type and communicate with the teachers using Tamil fonts by using the forum page in the portal. Furthermore, teachers are also able to upload lesson packages for students to enhance their learning beyond in the classrooms. Parents can access the portal using your child’s password and user name. Please visit Pazhahutamil.com to find out more.
The Enrichment Programme was initiated by the Tamil teachers to help Tamil pupils to understand and equip the skills for the new P5 Tamil syllabus. This programme enables them to cope with the syllabus difference from P4 to P5 and to know the new examinable components for P5 Tamil. This will eventually help the child to be better prepared for her P5 Tamil language.
Deepvali Recess Activities 2017
The Tamil Department organized recess activities to commemorate Deepavali, Festival of Lights. Fun-filled activities were conducted to engage our girls to participate in the activities and learn more about Tamil Culture. Lower Primary students were involved in Deepavali Colouring, Light up an oil lamp and the Upper Primary students participated in Oil lamp decoration and Henna designing. Our students also took part in murukku making.
Tamil Language Oratorical Competition 2017
The school participated in the Tiong Bahru Community Centre Oratorical Competition which aimed at promoting better understanding and appreciation of the language and culture of Tamil Language. Our students have done well and clinched 1st and 2nd places.
IJ Cultural Camp
Our P6 girls Indian girls participated in the Indian IJ Cultural Camp 2017 organised by all IJ schools. They had great fun taking part in the various cultural activities such as Kolam designing, sari tying, dance and many more. Our girls had the opportunity to mingle and interact with girls from other IJ schools. Our student Sania won the “Best Dressed” and Kaarneka won the “Best Dance” awards respectively. Congratulation Sania and Kaarneka!
Mother Tongue Fortnight 2017
Students were exposed to Tamil language and culture through various workshops. Moreover, they were given opportunities to showcase their talents during their class competitions which were held level wide. Students participated in the activities enthusiastically and showcased their talents splendidly.
Indian Heritage Visit 2016
Our P6 girls visited the Indian Heritage Centre for learning journey. The girls were given opportunities to understand the history and culture of their forefathers. It was an enriching experience for our girls.
Mother Tongue Language Symposium 2016
Our students were given an opportunity to set up booth at MTLS 2016. The objectives of the iMTL Portal booth were to introduce the Portal and its functions to visitors, as well as to allow visitors to have hands-on experience with the function and to share how students use the Portal for MTL learning. Your girls presented brilliantly and impressed the public tremendously.