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Nature Trail to Chinese Garden & Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum
Memorandum of Understanding with ABR Holdings Ltd (Swensen’s) – 20th Jan 2015
Service Learning
Volunteering @ Willing Hearts
Photography Workshop for Students with ASD
Nature Trail to Chinese Garden & Live Turtle & Tortoise Museum As part of SG 50 - Get to know Singapore, the Senior ASD students had the opportunity to go for a nature trail at Chinese Garden and a visit to Live Turtle and Tortoise museum which is home to more than 200 turtles and tortoises in over 60 different species. Read the Full Story
Memorandum of Understanding with ABR Holdings Ltd (Swensen’s) – 20th Jan 2015 In 2013, we started with 4 students placed in Swensen’s for the School-To-Work Programme (External) work attachments. The following year, the number grew to another 7 students on various work attachment programmes. Read the Full Story
Service Learning On the morning of 8 September 2014, 13 students and six staff gathered excitedly at the 6th floor of the school’s building. They are here for service learning, 8th to 10th September, learning the skills of wall mural painting and hama beads craft in preparation for their year end trip to Metta School, Chiang Rai, Thailand from 28 November to 4 December. During this year end trip, they will help to beautify the school’s compound by painting wall murals on the walls surrounding the wall as well as teaching hama beads craft to the Thai students. Read the Full Story
Volunteering @ Willing Hearts Willing Hearts is a 100% volunteer-run, non-profit organisation set up to help provide for the needy in Singapore, regardless of race or creed. They operate a soup kitchen that prepares, cooks and distributes about 3,000 daily meals to the needy including the elderly, adults and children in Singapore. Read the Full Story
Photography Workshop for Students with ASD Communication is an area of difficulty for people with autism. Photography is a powerful mode of visual expression. It offers them a new way to communicate and express self. Digital photography allows even the amateurs to capture the beautiful moments of lives at the click of a button and record it forever. It also gives us the opportunity to see into the minds of people with autism of how they see the world. Read the Full Story

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