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national day merlion

National Day Assembly Show : The Future of Merlion

“The Future of Merlion,” a Merlion, finds itself unemployed and on the job hunt. However, with its fish tail and lion head, Merlion struggles to fit in with the typical job-seeking crowd.

It meets some funny characters along the way and faces silly challenges,

Through all the ups and downs, Merlion never gives up and keeps searching until it discovers the perfect job that values its unique qualities, just in time to celebrate Singapore National Day.

The play teaches children about perseverance, adaptability, and the importance of embracing their own special qualities while celebrating the vibrant and diverse culture of Singapore

Social Media Etiquette

#appreciatedonthate (Social Media Etiquette)

Two mean girls call another girl ‘ugly’ on her Instagram page, they do this continuously until something happens that changes their mindsets. They soon learn that actions have consequences and that building up someone is much more rewarding than breaking them down. This Forum Theatre based, interactive storytelling performance is catered for Primary School children and offers opportunities for the audience to have a more immersive experience by taking on roles as characters in the story and suggesting alternatives to how the story develops.

Learning Ojectives:
1. To learn to take responsibility of your virtual identity
2. To learn how to respect others

teacher day - my robot teacher ai

My Robot Teacher

When Mrs Goh has to go on leave for a week, the newly developed A.I. Teacher, Ms BOT, is stepping in as a relief teacher.

Students are thrilled to have a real life robot as their teacher .

Is A.I. the best teacher ? Will the students enjoy Ms BOT’s lessons? Can Ms BOT totally replace Mrs Goh ?

This highly interactive and entertaining assembly show touches on the struggles of an everyday life of a teacher . Our light hearted and humourous approach shows students that A.I , technology and gadgets may be fun and helpful but are these enough to be a teacher ?

Themes : Gratitude , Appreciation
30 mins Assembly Show includes Q&A

Mencius mother's story

Mencius’ Mother moves for the third time 孟母三迁

Mencius (Meng Zi 孟子 372 – 289 BC) was a Chinese philosopher in Warring and States period who was arguably the most famous Confucian after Confucius himself. This story was about his mother moving three times to find the right place for Mencius’s upbringing.
Mencius was born in city Zou (邹城) located at the foot of Ma’an mountain in Chinese Shan Dong province. Mencius’s father died when he was very young. His mother Zhang (仉) raised her son alone.

At the beginning, they lived next to a cemetery in which funerals or religious activities were hold nearly every day. Mencius and other village kids liked to play a game imitating adults to staged these rites. Some kids even stole the sacrifices. Seeing this, his mother said: ““No, I can’t let my son live here.”So they moved to live next to a marketplace. Soon Mencius began to be interested in observing and imitating their new neighbors, among which a butcher was his favorite. Mencius shaped clay into small piggies, cut them apart with a toy knife, and then hawked the ‘meat’ everywhere. His mother became more upset. “This is not the place I would like to raise my son, either” she said anxiously. As a result, they moved again.

Meng Mu San Qian Finally they settled down near a school, in which all they saw was people in which all they saw was people treating each other politely, and all they heard was the sound of reading. At the first day of every month, officials, scholars and all students went to Confucius temple to learn and discuss the Confucius’s theories. Inspired by these, Mencius naturally started to imitate the courtesy behavior and study habits of the students. Observing this, his mother smiled and said, “This is the place where my son should live .”

The Empty Can Assembly show

The Empty Can

“The Empty Can” follows the journey of a discarded can seeking a new purpose in life. Along the way, it meets animals who share stories of its ancestors being upcycled into useful products. Inspired, the can discovers its own potential and sets out to find its unique purpose.

Feeling lost and discarded, the can travels the coastline, hoping for meaning. It encounters a seagull, sea turtle, and penguin, who tell stories of cans transformed through upcycling. The can learns about giving items a second chance, environmental preservation, and the beauty of repurposing.

Motivated by these tales, the can believes in its own potential and continues its quest. Overcoming challenges, it discovers its purpose—a symbol of transformation. Becoming an advocate for recycling, the can inspires others to see hidden potential in everyday objects.

“The Empty Can” is an inspiring story of recycling, upcycling, and finding purpose. It encourages environmental conservation and embraces creativity and sustainability. This tale of self-discovery will inspire readers to make a positive difference and find beauty in the ordinary.
Learning Objectives:
1. Exploring creative ways to repurpose everyday objects.
2. Developing a sense of responsibility towards the environment.
3. Recognizing the value of recycling and upcycling in reducing waste.
4. Encouraging critical thinking about finding hidden potential in seemingly ordinary items
5. Promoting awareness of the impact of individual actions on the environment

Party at the Night Safari

Party at the Night Safari ( Respect and Diversity in our Community)

The animals at the Night Safari are making a ruckus. Someone is cooking a strange dish and it has a very strong smell. Some animals don’t like it very much and an argument ensues, but everyone soon learns an important lesson on respect and appreciation for each other. This interactive live forum theatre will teach children about diversity in the community and the importance of respecting the different races and cultures.

Learning Ojectives:
1. To learn to accept and appreciate different cultures and races
2. To learn to be responsible for one’s words and actions.

assembly show virtual life

Virtual Life (Managing screen time)

Playing video games can be fun, but sometimes gamers forget to notice the world around them. Join Bernice’s family on their quest to capture her attention before they lose her to the virtual world, and watch how the tables turn when her family decides enough is enough. Students will also get a chance to contribute their thoughts and ideas about the show in a post-show dialogue.

Learning Objectives:
1. To learn the importance of managing screen time
2. To learn the how to prioritize and manage one’s time wisely