KCS celebrated Children’s Day!
This year’s Children’s Day Celebrations at KCS has been extraordinary. The theme for this year’s celebrations was “I’m Extraordinary”. There was no mass participation or out-of-school activities due to the Covid-19 situation. However, this did not deter us from bringing joy to the students. The activities were held in their respective classes instead.
The Children’s Day Committee came together to create an E-concert with well-wishes from teachers and PSGs. Students were featured displaying positive traits such as being helpful, showing care and sincerity towards one another. There was a host of activities such as class parties, games as well as movie screening. The Art and Music Department also came up with a virtual musical performance to entertain the children.
In addition, the PE department organised the Lower Primary Games specially for Primary 1 and 2. The students challenged themselves in a safe and controlled ‘carnival’ environment. Safety measures were put in place to ensure a memorable event. It was heartening to see our students enjoying themselves thoroughly!
Our P2 students shared their thoughts of this year’s Children’s Day.
” I was on cloud nine when I won the colouring competition.”– Yu Han P2.8
“I liked the musical performance put up by the Art and Music teachers the best during the E-concert. The songs were nice and cool! “ – Evan P2.4
” I felt happy because the teachers put in a lot of hard work for us to have fun.” – Hadi P2.1
“It was the best Children’s Day celebration ever. I hope the celebration next year would be as great as this year’s.” – Jia Hui P2.4
“I like the E-concert the most because Mr Yung is funny. He showed off his ‘muscles’.” – Le Xuan P2.1