Sarah has learnt so much not just academically but also grown personally. She was ever grateful to the love, support and guidance from all her teachers and friends. So many wonderful stories, so many unforgettable moments…she really enjoyed her time here, and this place will always made her feel warms.
Adieu, to Sarah’s beloved alma mater!
Jobs, Competitions and Awards
We were truly honoured that Sarah was named as 2019 Female Model Student of the year (and for Standard Six, too); this is definitely the culmination of her primary school life. Besides, she was also elected as Head of School Librarian and the president of St. John club. It was a great feeling knowing that teachers had put so much trusts and confidence on her.
Sarah won a second runner-up in the inter-school English Story Competition (Petaling Perdana District). It was her first podium finish after several tries. The credit must goes to her English teacher who never lose hope on Sarah for year in, year out.
She was also given an opportunity to participate in the inter-school Public Speaking Competition; teachers commented that Sarah did a great job as a first-timer. She came back empty-handed but she gave her best effort and that’s what matter.
Moreover, Sarah was fortunate to won some other prizes in schools tournaments. She has gained much valuable experience through the years, and we hope all these will benefit Sarah in building a confidence and proactive personalities.
Sarah has put in her sweat and tears in preparing for the UPSR exam. But being pragmatic, and to take some pressure off the shoulder, we just told her to try her best, and enjoy the rides. Well, what do you know; when the result was out we were in the state of shock!
I can still remember vividly about that day and it feels so surreal. There is only one word to sum it up - overachieved. After all, this is the same girl who ranked 108th when she’s in Standard One…LOL. Bit by bit, Sarah has surely comes a long way.
In addition, we must applause Sarah for her perseverance and determination in pursuing her interest – dancing, for four years. It is not easy with her workloads and tight seclude; sometimes, she came home with bruises and muscle pain but she never gave up.
Sarah will definitely miss her coach, all the lovely dance-mates and the stage.
It was such a memorable day for all of us. Seeing Sarah put on her graduation gowns and performed on stage has makes us realised how much she has grown, and we couldn’t be more proud than that.
Sarah was so emotional and in tears during her graduation day. The hugs and wishes from her teachers and friends tell it all. We knew she has certainly earned some teacher’s hearts and gained valuable friendships, with amazing memories in her primary school years to last a lifetime.
Sarah has been waiting for the graduation trip to Penang since the beginning year of Standard Six. It was her first time travelling without us. We were extremely pleased (and relieved) that she’s able to take care of herself, and also her room-mates during the 3D2N stay.
Sarah had a splendid time with teachers and friends; the trip is much talked about until these days. The excursion finished when the buses arrived at school compound on a drizzling evening, it also marked the end of her journey in TTSS that she will be forever indebted to.
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