The Co-Curriculum is a central part of every student’s journey through the Senior School, not only in supporting them in their academic learning and pastoral wellbeing, but also in equipping them with passions and interests that will provide them with deep joy. It is a means through which we can open more doors to a student, and offer opportunities that allow a variety of skills, pursuits and pleasures to remain parts of their lives beyond school.
While we can provide students with the best possible start to their future careers, we can also nurture them to feel happy and fulfilled as individuals long beyond their time at school; that is the “success” the Co-Curriculum supports.
Total no. of co-curricular activities
No. of House events and days
No. of day trips and off-site visits
No. of performers in Drama
No. of performers in Music
No. of MUN, debating and conferences
After a three-year hiatus, Tanglin returned to the big stage with Broadway classic, West Side Story. We sat down with student participants as well as Kathryn (Kate) Edwards, who led a team of 82 students; actors, designers, dance choreographers, musicians, back-stage crew, who put in hundreds of man hours for three nights of performances, to learn more about their sentiments behind the scenes.
Tanglin’s Team of 28 climbers from Years 7 to 13 took part in the International Schools Climbing League (ISCL) over the weekend.
The SEASAC tournaments are finally back, and our athletes did the school proud with their skill, determination, and sportsmanship. Congratulations to all our teams, in particular the Girls’ Football team who were crowned Champions. Our Boys’ Football and Volleyball teams both achieved bronze, while our Girls Volleyball team won the Plate.