On Saturday, 28th October, 11 girls aged between 10 to 16 took part in a showcase of dances, entitled Stories in Motion. The showcase was part of the What About Kuching festival, that happened throughout October, in various guises. The performance evening was held at The Old Courthouse, Kuching, to a packed house filled with an enthusiastic audience.
Friday 29th, Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October, 45 students from TPS took part in their school production of Fame Jr! Set in 1984, at the old New York School of Performing Arts, the musical explores the trials and tribulations of a bunch of teenage attendees, following their progress, from Freshman Year to Senior Year graduation.
Young and energetic teenagers started filling the Kuching Civic Centre with laughter and loud chatter from as early as 6.00am while waiting for their respective buses to depart for Kem Juara PLKN, Serian. “The Campers” as we call them were accompanied by their teachers and facilitators.
The International Secondary Year 9 Art students have completed their group project on ‘Figurative Sculpture’ to celebrate their efforts and successes.
The Tunku Putra School (TPS) and St. Augustine Primary School partnership focuses on supporting reading development at St. Augustine Primary School and to further develop St. Augustine Primary School’s ‘English Everywhere’ initiative.
During the week, you may have started your morning with a sweaty Zumba workout, learnt about the dangers of processed food, found out a range of great applications to help your child enjoy learning, made healthy versions of child-friendly pizza and cookies, attended stress-busting finger painting, or got active at crab football.
The Kindy celebrated the World Earth Day in line with the internationally recognised day of 22 April 2016 and this event is the start of our “Love My World” recycling and conservation journey.
Tunku Putra School teachers relish the opportunity to collaborate across subjects and hence the reason for introducing the cross curricular activity Spy Day. The skills and knowledge students develop in the area of Mathematics, Science and History are essential for student success.