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The Tamil Department aims to imbue in pupils the love and appreciation for the Tamil Language and Culture through joyful and engaging language learning experiences.
To empower Tamil pupils to be confident and competent users of the Tamil Language
Signature of Programme
- Build confidence in self-expression
- Write and present scripts
- Discover the process of news creation for broadcast
- Practice writing news in standard reportable formats
- Learn the art of presentation to be a junior reporter
Experiential Learning Journey - Pongal Experience
Pongal is a harvest festival which originated in India. In Singapore, the annual Pongal festival is a month-long celebration with highlights such as a street light-up and a mini spectacle of cows, bulls, calves and goats in Little India.
On 19th January 2018, the P4 and P6 TL pupils joined in the celebration at Hastings Road and had a great time of fun and learning with various hands-on activities. The finale was a song and dance item.
Pupils had a close-up of cows, calves and goats and could not contain the excitement!
Kranjians enjoying the festive song and dance!
Pupils also learned the Peacock and Bull Fighting Dances, accompanied by loud music
Pupils trying their luck at the traditional Pot Breaking Game
Kolam (traditional floor art) designing and colouring was fun for everyone!
India folk game "Eripanthu" encouraged playful interaction while improving the Tamil vocabulary
Pupil proudly displaying the banana-leaf woven baskets
Chefs in the making as our pupils learned to make Coconut Laddu, an Indian delicacy
1. Our pupils displaying their skills and talents at the Yew Tee CC’s 12th Inter Primary Talent Quest Competition.
Ananthana's Champion performance in the Fancy Dress Segment
"Playground" was the theme of Kalai Vadhana’s portrayal in the Show and Tell contest
Prathikaa gave a superb description in the Show and Tell Contest
Our singing nightingale, Madhumita, performing a heart-warming song in the Singing Contest
Advaita's loud yet sweet song captured the audience’s attention
"Education is the Heights’ was the theme of Vishnuvardhan’s powerful speech
During the Impromptu Speech, Sanjana, saluted Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s and Singapore’s legacy
The school emerged as 1st Runner Up
Pupils proudly displaying their achievements as proud parents and supporters graced the stage. Kudos Kranjians!
2. Sadhanaa and Kirthana made the school proud in the MAGO National Story Telling Olympiad