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Term 2, Week 9

Last Friday, Tanglin parents and staff came together for Golf Day 2024! This year’s event was sponsored by The Fry Group and held at the prestigious Sentosa Golf Club. A fun day was had by all our players who in true golfing style played through rain and shine!

The Tanglin climbing team demonstrated their extensive skill and experience in the recent FOBISIA 2024 climbing competition hosted at Uplands School, Penang. Over two days the climbers tested their mettle with a variety of long roped climbs and short bouldering routes and came away with a swathe of medals!

 A total of 23 Merlions swimmers participated at the Junior Nationals Age Group swimming championships last weekend. We had a total of 78 individual swims and achieved over 95% personal best times. Congratulations to our mixed relay team which consisted of Flynn, Carina, Camilla, and Kai who came in 8th overall, and as the top International School participating team in this event.

The Year 2 Smiley Singers and Year 5 Philanthropists went to St John’s Nursing home on Monday. They sang songs both in Malay and English which everyone joined in with. They also played games and shared stories with the residents. It was a lovely morning, thank you to everyone involved.

The Lions Netball Tournament, hosted by Tanglin Trust School, was a thrilling showcase of talent! With 25 teams and 123 matches, the competition was fierce, highlighting exceptional skill and teamwork. Nail-biting finals kept spectators on the edge of their seats, capping off two exhilarating days.

Tanglin celebrated a BIG Tingle this week as Senior staff recognised the winners of the Econs Society Debating and Econs Public Speaking Competition, alongside applauding the efforts of all the students who participated in the Senior Physics Challenge and British Physics Olympiad.
Mr Hensman summed up the students' diverse achievements by saying ‘Congratulations to everybody for different reasons and congratulations on all your different successes.’

What an incredible production of Lost Connection by our talented Year 6. Through the wonders of time travel, the cast took the us back to bygone eras in the hope of making things right for the future. Well done to all for the wonderful team effort, from staff and students alike, that left audiences with a positive message to ‘unplug’, ‘be kind’ and to remember the importance of not losing connection.