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Students from the Performing Arts Senior Theatre Group and Dance Talent Development Programme had the opportunity to showcase their talents at the “Welcome To My World 2015” concert on 14 June 2015, Sunday. Organised by Very Special Arts ...
Students from the Artist Development Programme (ADP) had the opportunity to pick up ceramic art skills from Master Chef Leong Chee Yeng at a workshop recently. Several of their works were subsequently selected to be displayed at Master Chef Leong's ...
Students from the Secondary 4 & 5 cohorts attended a 2-day 1-night camp themed, “Charting New Territories” which was organised to inculcate Life Readiness skills in them. Being the last camp which students will attend before graduating from ...
To show our appreciation to 26 of our General workers, cleaners and security guards, a tea reception was served this afternoon and a token of appreciation was presented to each of them. This is the third year that Autism Resource Centre and ...
Part of school's Project One programme to ensure students are exposed to the following five domains of Moral, Cognition, Physical, Social Emotional and Aesthetics, this Secondary 2 Camp was organised to give students a chance to experience what it ...
Close to 100 Students from Pathlight School, Eden School, Rainbow Centre and St Andrew’s Autism Centre gathered in high spirits at the Ang Mo Kio Central Stage on 22 May 2015 to celebrate World Autism Awareness Singapore 2015. Before the programme ...
Works of student artists from our Pathlight Artist Development Programme (ADP) were displayed at the URA Singapore City Gallery in the month of April and May as part of the exhibition, From The City Walls And Beyond. It was a showcase of the ...
Students of Vocational Track had a taste of camp life at the Vocational Track’s Music Camp. Held at Campus 1 from 15 to 16 May 2015, the camp, which was one of the school’s Project One programmes, aimed to expose students to at least one activity in ...
As the cyber world expands beyond leisure and games, there are some dangers that your child may potentially face in the cyber world. We will problem solve together and share some of the strategies to protect them from either being victims or ...
Autism Resource Centre (ARC) , Autism Association (AAS), Rainbow Centre (RC) and St Andrew’s Autism Centre (SAAC) and Duke-NUS Medical School have organized a series of celebration events for World Autism Awareness Singapore 2015. A part of these ...
Not limited by the challenges he faced in social communications, Pathlight Alumni and member of Artist Development Programme, Sean Bay shares on how he connects with people around him through his paintings. View Full Interview (Mediacorp, ...
4 teams from Pathlight School, compromising Secondary 4 & 5 Design & Technology (D&T) students represented the school at the South Zone Millennium Challenge 2015 - held in St Andrew's Secondary School on 16 April 2015. The South Zone ...

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