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2015 National Primary School Dance Sport

 

2015 National Primary School Dance Sport

Laraine Neo (2 Empathy) took part in the 2015 National Primary School Dance Sport Competition. This competition featured a total of 220 pupils from 63 primary schools across Singapore. There were a total of 7 different categories and Laraine competed in the Under 9 Open Jive and Cha-Cha Solo category. She competed with senior dancers and came in 4th place for both categories.  

 

SYF 2015 - Love Inspira (Mixed Media - Category A)

“Love Inspira”.  Mixed Media.  Category A.

Alexandra Primary School

Artists:

Noah Iino Akihiko. Lai Jia Ying. Lucas Chan. Kathleen Ong. Nur Aqilah. Jovan Tey. Chow Chao Yu. Gisele Seah Ting Xuan.

 

SYF 2015 - Certificate of Recognition

ALPS's artwork "Love Inspira" received a Certificate of Recognition.

 

SYF 2015 - Raffles City Exhibit

ALPS's artwork "Love Inspira" was exhibited at Raffles City from 9 July 2015 to 19 July 2015.

 

Alexandrians were meaningfully engaged in learning

Alexandrians were meaningfully engaged in learning.

 

Alexandrians explaining their Artwork to DGE @SYF 2015 (1).jpg

Alexandrians were explaining their artwork to DGE @SYF 2015.

 

Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) 2015

In 2015, selected artworks from 8 students who demonstrated enthusiasm and passion through the process of learning during their PAL Art lessons were submitted for the Singapore Youth Festival. The artworks were compiled as one complete Art piece called, “Love Inspira”.

Our students were able to apply acrylic paint to canvas and wind twine around forms and shapes without assistance from our teachers. This process helped reveal the unique vision for the future of Singapore art to be student-centred.

“Love Inspira” was inspired by the legacy of artists in the past. It served to motivate and inspire young artists to collaborate as a team to create artworks in the present. It also reflected our attempts to creatively build on this legacy to reveal the unique vision for the future of Singapore art. It was selected from 489 artworks, awarded a Certificate of Recognition and exhibited at Raffles City Shopping Mall from 9 July 2015 to 19 July 2015.

 

 

ALPS has produced the most shortlisted toys in the Scizkid Award - P1/ P2 Category

ALPS has produced the most shortlisted toys in the Scizkid Award - Primary 1 & 2 Category.

 

Ayden Lin from 2 Optimism and Yap Leia from 2 Creativity

Ayden Lin from 2 Optimism (Right) and Yap Leia from 2 Creativity (Left)

were presented the Merit Award in the ScizKid – Primary 1 & 2 Category.

 

Ayden Lin from 2 Optimism has been awarded a Merit award for his toy

Ayden Lin from 2 Optimism has been awarded a Merit award for his toy, “Space Dunk”,

under the category - Scizkid Pri 1 & 2.

 

Ayden Lin from 2 Optimism and his winning toy

Ayden Lin from 2 Optimism and his winning toy, “Space Dunk”.

 

Yap Leia from 2 Creativity has been awarded a Merit award for her toy

Yap Leia from 2 Creativity has been awarded a Merit award for her toy, “Bacteria Bomber”,

under the category - Scizkid Pri 1 & 2.

 

Leia Yap’s 'Bacteria Bomber'

Leia Yap’s “Bacteria Bomber”

 

Leia demonstrated how her game is played

Leia demonstrated how her game is played.

 

Sony Creative Science Award (SCSA) 2015

In ALPS, we believe that Science is best understood by providing students with opportunities to make connections between their world and scientific concepts. Hence, toys provide that motivational and experiential links between science concepts and everyday experience.

The ALPS Toy Maker provides the platform for our students to learn science in a fun and enjoyable way. Not only does it promote creativity, it stimulates students’ curiosity and challenged them to innovate beyond their imagination.

The toys were selected for the 2015 Sony Creative Science Award (SCSA). It is an annual competition jointly organised by the Science Centre Singapore and Sony Group of Companies in Singapore Pte Ltd, with the support of the Ministry of Education and the Agency For Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).

Two of our students were presented the Merit Award in the ScizKid – Primary 1 & 2 Category. For that, ALPS is recognised for producing the most shortlisted toys in the category.

 

 

Group photo with all the participating schools

Group photo with all the participating schools

 

Student representatives

Student representatives -

(Left to right) Liu Xingyu Anson, Tan Shi Xuan and Huang Ziyan

Teacher-in-charge - Mrs Hor-Yeap Lee Ching

 

Hands-on training for Moo-O

Hands-on training for Moo-O

 

Recording for Moo-O

Recording for Moo-O

 

The Chinese Moo-O Award 2015 (木偶中文大赛)

Liu Xingyu Anson (2 Resilience), Huang Ziyan (2 Creativity) and Tan Shi Xuan (2 Creativity) took part in the Chinese Moo-O Award 2015 held at Princess Elizabeth Primary School on 7 September 2015. Our team competed with teams from more than 40 Primary Schools across the country and they were presented with the Certificate of Participation for this competition.

 

Creative Lantern Making Competition

 

Creative Lantern Making Competition

In conjunction with the Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration and to create the awareness on the importance of conversation, Radin Mas Primary School partnered Bukit Purmei Zone ‘A’ & ‘B’ RCs and National Environment Agency (NEA) to organize the NEA/RMPS Creative Lantern Making Competition.

Alexandra Primary School submitted 4 entries to participate in this competition. Two creative lanterns created by Lee An Zhe Raphael from 1 Optimism and Khoo Shu Yuan from 1 Respect were awarded with 3rd Prize and Consolation Prize respectively. Well done, Raphael and Shu Yuan!

 

2nd National Primary School GO Championship 2015

2nd National Primary School GO Championship 2015

Fu Junchao Allen from 1 Creativity took part in the 2nd National Primary School GO Championship 2015 (Primary 1 Category, 13X13 board) on 8 November 2015. He competed with students from other schools and came in 6th position for this competition. Congratulation, Allen!