SKLites are taught to
appreciate Singapore’s vibrant ethnic cultures and traditions through engaging
and authentic learning experiences: e.g., Lunar New Year, Pongal Celebration
& Hari Raya Celebrations etc.
Chinese New Year Celebration 2022
Kang Primary School (SKPS) celebrated Chinese New Year on Monday, 31 January
2022. Staff and students dressed up in bright and auspicious colours to usher
in the year of the Tiger and learned about the customs of Chinese New Year.
Fig 1: School Leaders and EAS staff wishing everyone a Happy Lunar New Year!!
Fig 2: SKLites wore bright and auspicious colours to school, making the atmosphere more vibrant and celebratory.
the weeks leading up to the Chinese New Year Celebration, staff put up
decorative items in the school and students participated in cultural-related activities
and competitions held by the MTL department.
Fig 3: Students and teachers putting up festive decorations to liven up the CNY atmosphere in the school.
Fig 4: Students presented with certificate and prizes for participating in the CNY Calligraphy Competition.
|Tan En Qi|
CL 1.5 (1 Patience)
|Lim Jia An|
CL 2.1 (2 Faith)
Nusaybah Binte Aabid
ML 3.1 (3 Joy)
Evelyn Chai Yi Xuan
CL 4.51(4 Faith)
TL 5.1 (5 Hope)
CL 6.1 (6 Hope)
Fig 5: Students participating in the Tiger Character Design Competition.
Fig 6: During the CNY celebrations, students and staff were treated to n online concert featuring cultural games
and pre-recorded talent performances by our students.
Fig 7: Students were engaged in classroom activities when they learnt about the Chinese customs associated with
Chinese New year and this was followed by CNY craftwork activities in the class.
having fun with the classroom handicraft activity, students were also delighted
by the surprise appearance of
The God of Fortune, who went around the school to
give out special prizes to the lucky ones.
Fig 8: Teachers and students were all very excited to meet The God of Fortune.
Fig 9: Though this year's school celebrations were conducted in class, SKLites' high spirits and excitement
It was a vibrant Chinese New Year Celebrations this
year and it was great to see the students engaged and celebrating the festival
with one another today.
permeated throughout the school campus.
Hari Raya Celebration 2022
Fig 10: Leading up to the celebration, our Malay Language teachers got their hands busy as they decorated
the MTL Reading Corridor with beautiful Hari Raya decorations which created more festive cheer!
- Hari Raya Classroom activities were organized for all students during MTL CCE
lessons. Students learnt about the traditions and customs of the Hari Raya
Puasa celebration and made beautiful traditional crafts in class.
Fig 11: Pre-Hari Raya students' activities e.g., writing well wishes on pelita lamps and ketupat weaving.
Fig 13: The students were introduced to Dikir Barat during the MT Fortnight in 2022. They showcased what they
of all races donned in their Malay traditional costumes to soaked in the
festive mood on the day of the Hari Raya e-Concert.
Fig 12: Staff celebrated Hari Raya by wearing traditional clothing.
students were treated to a splendid virtual concert learning about the
traditions of Hari Raya and taking part in activities such as dancing and
singing. Students were also given the opportunities to win prizes by answering
quizzes on some basic knowledge and facts about Hari Raya.
have learnt and applied for the Hari Raya Dikir Barat performance guided by the lower primary Malay teachers.
Pongal Celebration 2022
14 February 2022, SKLites had a chance to experience Pongal Celebration in
provide students with an authentic learning experience, Tamil teachers organised
engaging and interesting cultural activities and fun activities in school from 10th to 14th Jan 2022!
Fig 14: Staff decorated a part of the school to add the festive mood. Fig 15: Teachers explained the rationale behind Pongal celebration and the process.
Fig 16: Students had fun preparing their own delicious 'Pongal rice'.