Three Legged Race
(Elementary 1 Students)
Conceptualized and spearheaded by Taylor's International School Interact Club, ZLCLC held its very first Sports Day on 30 April 2016 at TISKL.
Our students were grouped into 3 House Teams (Red, Blue & Yellow) and each house had 3 different age categories. Every age category had to battle it out in the field to gather as many points for their House Team to win the Champion House Team. Our parents also participated for the first time in our school activity through their presence and cheering for our children. In the end, it was Red House that took the championship title!
Both parents and children has an incredible day (evident from the videos below) and for most of them, their very first Sports Day! Many parents themselves never had Sports Day during their childhood.
This i our first ever Sports Day in our 8 year history, it will be a day fondly remembered for many years to come by our teachers, parents and students and who knows, this could be the start of our Annual Sports Day for ZRCLC!
BEHIND THE SCENE (REHEARSALS BEFORE SPORTS DAY)
Yellow House Cheer!
Children enjoying the open space, a true treat vs their daily living condition which is dark and cramped.
Students anxiously looking at the score board to see who is the Champion House.
SPORTS DAY : 30 APRIL 2016 [ A TAYLOR'S INTERACT CLUB INITIATIVE ]
Taylor's International School for the use of its field and court on a monthly basis
Ines Sofea, Michelle Lee & all Taylor's International School Interactors for organizing this spectacular event and variuos sponsorship (2 busess, beverages, medals, sound system, water filters). You guys ROCK!
Mr Mark Hatherell for awarding the medals to our children
ZOTUNG REFUGEE CATHOLIC LEARNING CENTRE
Head Teacher Clement's
Our students didn't take Sports Day lightly. Rehearsals were conducted to make sure they were all ready for the read day. Here are some of the "behind the scene"
Ring Toss (Nursery) and Bean Race (Kindergarten)
Prize Giving Ceremony
(To be Loaded Soon)
Individual 100m dash for Elementary 1 & 2 students
Our Nursery Kid Understands "Throw Throw " as "Hit Hit"