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Chinese Orchestra Members: Audition for Admission to Singapore Youth Chinese Orchestra
by Abeyratne Elisha Tushara - Tuesday, 23 September 2014, 2:42 pm
 

Dear CO Members,

The Singapore Youth Chinese Orchestra (SYCO) is seeking young musicians to nurture and groom to be the future pillars of Singapore's Chinese music scene. Students who are successfully admitted will enjoy the following benefits:

  • Individual instrumental tuition with professional ...
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Thought for the Week
by Samhita Roy - Tuesday, 23 September 2014, 9:03 am
 

“Life is all about risks and it requires you to jump. Don’t be a person who has to look back and wonder what they could have or could have had. Take risks.”

 

 

Value: Resilience

 
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Thought for the Week
by Samhita Roy - Tuesday, 2 September 2014, 9:28 am
 

“There is greatness in you, you just have to see it before anyone else can.”

 

 

Value: Respect

 
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Sparkling Class Campaign
by Ahmad bin Mohamed Moktar - Tuesday, 2 September 2014, 9:05 am
 

Dear Marsilings, the monthly results of MSL's Sparkling Class Campaign is out!!! We are pleased to announce the results for the month of August.


 

Congratulations to classes who have done well!!! Keep it up!!!

For classes who may be falling slightly behind in sparkling points, do not give up!!! We wish you the best of luck in our next assessment!

Till then, keep up in your efforts to maintain a sparkling classroom environment everyday!!

 

 

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Sparkling Class Campaign Committee  

 
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Word of the Week
by Gladys Wee Pei Xi - Monday, 1 September 2014, 2:34 pm
 

1. Anguish: To feel anguished means to be extremely distressed about something.

"I spent the next two weeks anguishing about whether I'd made the right decision."

2. Authentic: To describe something of undisputed origin and not a copy, in other words, something genuine.

“The letter that was ...

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