On International Women’s Day, the Tanglin Women’s Empowerment Society organised a bake sale and other activities in support of the charity organisation Aidha. Aidha supports migrant domestic workers by empowering them to be financially independent. The team chose this charity as its focus on economic independence for women captures this year’s theme #EmbraceEquity, and domestic workers are a group of women who are a fundamental part of many of our students’ lives.
As part of Neurodiversity Celebration Week this week, Tanglin Senior School held special activities to raise awareness amongst the students that we all learn differently, with our own unique strengths. This is being done through, warm-up activities in lessons, tutor-time tasks and student-led assemblies. As part of the programme, Senior students also visited the Junior school to share their journeys.
Here are some photos from the Year 10 Krabi trip. There were lots of fun activities each day - from rock-climbing, abseiling, kayaking, cave exploring and many more!
Last Sunday, a group of parents and children from Reception came together for a day of gardening and tree-planting on our campus. Thank you to Mr Foakes who kindly donated the plants from his nursery as well as the parents for the wonderful initiative!
The Second Round of Tanglin’s Musician of the Year has been taking place throughout the week with performers from across both the Junior and Senior Schools performing in front of a panel of adjudicators in the wonderful setting of our new Recital Room. The standard has been exceptionally high and all the performers should be incredibly proud of their performances, which delighted the audiences. The Finalists who will perform again in the Finalists’ Concert in April will be announced next week. Bravo!