Malay Essay Writing Competition
The bronze awardees are Aqil Lutfi (P3.5), Ibraheem (P3.5), Nur Sarah (P4.3), Nur Eva Aaliyah ( P4.5), Hany Sabryna (P4.1), Wirdatul Marsya (P5.2C), Nurin Zahirah (P5.3), Marsha Ellyana (P5.1), Gratio ( P6.5) and Syed Aezri (P 6.3). Nur Alisa (P6.5) received the silver award whereas Nurul Iman(P4.4) and Syakirah (P5.5) received the gold award. We are also proud to announce that Nurul Iman (P4.4) clinched 29th position (out of the 350 nation-wide entries) for overall best essay! Congratulations Nurul Iman and the winners!
Pintar Kata App 2017
Congratulations to Siti Nur Alisa Binte Malikie of 6.5 for clinching the 1st position in the Pintar Kata App National Competition. Pintar Kata app is a game created by Malay Language Centre of Singapore (MLCS) to encourage the learning of vocabulary. In the Pintar Kata App competition, students had to search for as many Malay words possible in a grid of letters within certain time given.
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National on-the-spot Chinese Story Writing Competition 2017
‘Lianhe Wanbao’ of Singapore Press Holdings Limited, Lingzi Media Pte Ltd and Anglican High School had recently jointly organized the National On-the-Spot Chinese Story Writing Competition 2017 on Fri, 3 Mar 2017. The objective of the competition was to provide a platform for primary and secondary school pupils to showcase their creative writing skills in the Chinese language. 2 of our P6 HCL students took part in this competition. We are very proud to announce that Wu Peien from P6.5 has won the Bronze Award in this this competition. Congratulations, Wu Peien!
Inter School National Scrabble Competition 2017
On Wednesday 19 April 2017, the Scrabble Club Junior Team attended the finals of the Inter School National Scrabble Competition. The team had previously gone through the preliminaries with a perfect score of fifteen wins and zero losses. After five rounds of ups and downs, the team achieved a 4th place finish and were eager to come back and continue training. A big thanks to Ms Santi for supporting the club and a round of applause for the efforts of all the Scrabble Club members.
Xue Hui Le National Chinese Writing Competition 2017
In June 2017, our P6 Higher Chinese Language students took part in the Xue Hui Le National Chinese Writing Competition. This competition provides a platform for students to showcase their creative skills in writing. After the preliminary round, 4 of our students were part of the top 80 finalists to proceed to the Grand Final Round on 3rd July. We are now proud to announce that Zhu Li from 6.5 emerged 9th in position!
2017 International Chinese Language Competition for Primary School
Holy Innocents' Primary School, together with co-organisers, Shenjiamen Primary School from China, the Education Bureau of Taiwan and Amdon International, has been organising the annual International Chinese Language Competition for the past 18 years. This competition promotes creative writing and expression in Chinese Language in real using the Internet and has attracted over 7000 participants from all over the world last year.
This year, 15 of our P4, P5 HCL and P6 HCL students took part in the competition. We are proud to announce that Kong Bijiahe from P6.6 achieved the Bronze Award in both the Singapore Category and International Category. Wang Yao from P4.5 achieved the Bronze Award in the Singapore Category.
Congratulations, Kong Bijiahe and Wang Yao! Keep up the good work.
6th Super Zone Scrabble Competition
The Scrabble Club participated in the 6th Super Zone Scrabble Competition on Saturday, 24 September 2016. The students put in great effort and the Junior Division Team 1 achieved South Zone 2nd place. All the students showed great resilience in the nine hour event and are excited to take up the challenge again next year. A big thank you to all the parents and teachers who have been supporting the Scrabble Club this year. Congratulations, Scrabble Club!
22nd National Primary School cum 10th Singapore-Malaysia-Brunei on-the-spot Chinese Creative Writing Competition
Singapore Foochow Association organized the 22nd national Primary School cum 10th Singapore-Malaysia-Brunei on-the-spot Chinese Creative Writing Competition, together with Singapore Chinese Teachers’ Union (SCTU) and Singapore Association of Writers on 20th August 2016. More than 1000 students from 80 schools participated in this competition and only 81 students were awarded.
An Yutong, our very own Primary 3 student, was awarded the Good Essay Award. Her composition will be included in the composition book, Bi Geng《笔耕》.
Congratulations to An Yutong for a job well done!
EDN Media Essay Writing Competition
Anisah Rafhanah Bte Md Fahmi (P5.6)
Idris Bin Wan Hazari (P6.6)
Nurul Iman Bte Md Rohan (P3.4)
Siti Noor Adrina Bte Md Fahamy (P3.6)
Siti Aisyah Bte Ridhuan (P6.6)
Pantun Writing Competition
In conjuction with Bulan Bahasa 2016, Kim Seng Community Club Malay Activity Executive Committee organized a Pantun-Writing competition on 11 August 2016. The theme was ‘My Family, My Strength’. Our heartiest congratulations to five of our students who did the school proud for clinching various positions in the competition.
Lower Primary Category:
3rd position – Nur Iman Bin Rizian (P3.5)
5th Position – Puteri Niq Ellyana Quryaisyaq (P2.1)
Upper Primary Category:
1st position – Muhammad Fiyaz Zuhaily Bin Md Fazli (P5.2B)
3rd position – Siti Nur Alisa Binte Malikie (P5.6)
5th position – Nur Is Batrisyia Binte Ismail (P4.6)
Pintar Kata App Competition
On 20 July, a total of 250 students from 90 schools that participated in Pintar Kata App National Competition, organised by Malay Language Centre of Singapore (MLCS) to encourage the learning of vocabulary. Siti Aisyah of P6.6 for clinching the top 9 position, achieving an amazing score in the search for Malay words in the letter grid! Our heartiest congratulation to Siti Aisyah and well done to all our Kheng Cheng representatives!
From left to right: Siti Aisyah (P6.6), Muhd Sharmil (P6.2A) and Nur Alisa (P5.5) getting ready for the app competition
Siti Aisyah (Second from the right) at the Awards Ceremony
Singapore Amazing Machines Competition (SAMC) 2016
Fantastic 4 (1st Runner-up), Right-top:
Machines Geniuses (2nd Runner-up) ,
Right-bottom: STEM@SG (Best Booth Award)
Fantastic 4 (1st Runner-up), Right-top: Machines Geniuses (2nd Runner-up),
Right-bottom: STEM@SG (Best Booth Award)
After months of gruelling planning, experimentation and teamwork, two teams have brought glory to Kheng Cheng School by emerging first and second runners-up in the SAMC 2016, one of the biggest Science competition in the nation! One of our Primary Four team even clinched the Best Booth award, beating teams from the secondary and tertiary institutions! Though the journey was tough and stressful, all our students from the eight participating teams embodied the spirit and essence of S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) – Critical Thinking and Creativity, Resourcefulness, Problem-solving and Precision. They have also shown a great deal of perseverance, team spirit, open-mindedness and adventure in coming up with these interesting and exciting Rube Goldberg machines! Kudos to all eight teams for achieving so much with so little! You are all simply AMAZING!
15th Inter-School National Scrabble Competition 2016
The Scrabble Club has been practising diligently every Thursday afternoon, conditioning their mental fortitude and reinforcing their Scrabble vocabulary. Their hard work paid off at the 15th Inter-School National Scrabble Competition, achieving first placing in the Bowl (I) Division and runner-ups in the Cup Division. A special note of thanks to the Primary 6s for their contributions during their tenure in the club and kudos to all members for their commitment and dedication.
Singapore Amazing Flying Machine Competition 2016
The primary school category was about folding paper planes. The aim was to fold a paper plane that could fly the farthest, with the most precision and could stay aloft the longest. Sounds easy? That was what the participants thought too. They soon realised that every little alteration to the design affected the flight of their planes dramatically. They hit the books and searched the internet, learning about the forces that made flight possible. And soon, they were speaking the same language as a pilot and an aeronautical engineer. They worked hard on their presentations, and even harder on their plane designs. Paper planes whizzing by became a common sight in the classrooms of P5.5 and P5.6.
One of the participants, Alden Chew from 5.5, described the whole experience as educational with a bucketful of fun. Vivian from 5.6 said that she is now inspired to be a pilot.
The four teams emerged from the competition more confident and more knowledgeable. One of the teams, The Zooming Atoms, went all the way to the finals and clinched first prize for the Presentation Award! Congratulations, Zooming Atoms!
Kheng Cheng School is immensely proud of all the four teams that participated. In our eyes, you are all winners. Continue to always dare to dream, dare to fly, dare to be the chosen one to touch the sky!