All posts tagged: debraath

Quest for the Purapura Leaves

Photo Credits to the Media Club By Debraath This year, the Year 2s were presented with an unprecedented opportunity to go for an overnight camp at the Dairy Farm Outdoor Learning Adventure Camp for three days. The excited students gathered in school on the first morning of orientation, eagerly awaiting the buses that would take them to the campsite. On the first day, the students got to familiarise themselves with their new classes and played games and icebreakers to get to know their classmates better. After getting to know each other and having their lunch, they got to try out low element activities such as wall climbing. In the process, the Year 2s learned that trusting and supporting one another was key in succeeding in the low elements. Furthermore, as part of class bonding efforts, each class had to design their own flag and hide it within the campground. They were also tasked with finding the flags of the other classes over the course of the camp. On the second day, the campers faced their …

Games Day 2018

By Debraath and Janani

The loud honk if the air horn reverberated through the hall as Mrs Lee announced the start of Games Day 2018. Students’ cheers and their claps echoed as the teachers made their way out to the sports venues. Games Day had officially commenced!

Participants were led to their respective games’ venues […]

what it means to me

by debraath

In a world where technology is used in daily life, writing is a big part of what constitutes our reading content. Social media sites like Twitter or Facebook is where people write to express their feelings or their thoughts. It can be a platform for people to release their feelings they have bottled up. Many write to classify their thoughts and to understand their inner self. As for me, I also like to write just for the sake of sorting out the things going in my mind. It helps me organise my thoughts. […]

help me

by debraath

She travelled in her red Fiat. In the wee hours of the morning, around 2.35 am. Making a sharp turn at the junction, she slowly drove to her apartment. Her car was the only source of noise in the dark and silent […]