Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Drawing Competition For Form Two

Coming together for a common cause. We are 100 and it's time for a great celebration.
The mood has started! The centennial celebration unofficially kicked off today when 50 Form Two students, armed with water colours, crayons and coloured pencils congregated at the main hall to come up with their versions of St Michael's centenary.
They were really enthusiastic and determined. Most brought in varieties of media to produce quality work. We were also told that many spent many hours practising at home prior to the competition day. Two judges, including the blogger, had a hard time choosing the winners. Their works will be displayed at the school parlour. More competitions, like poem recital, poem writing, speeches and public speaking, are in the pipeline. The parlour will be a happening venue for the centennial celebrations.
The winning pieces, photos and any items of significance will all be displayed at the parlour.
By the way, the lecture theatre has a new name. Announcement through this blog soon!

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