Founders Award: 8 recipients President Award: 1 recipient 2014 BB Blaze (Gold) Presidents’ Award : 3 recipients 2015 Character Quest (Gold) : 8th place.
2006, JM Fraser Gold, Best Company in Singapore 2006 2007 JM Fraser Gold, Best Company in Singapore 2007 2008 Adventure Quest Results: 4th (Senior Category), 1st (Open Category) BB Week: Gold Honour Roll, Highest Collector Pipes and Drums Competition: 2nd (Category A, Under 14), 2nd (Category B, Under 16) Character Quest: 6th, 11th position JM Fraser Gold, Best Company in Singapore 2008 2009 Adventure Quest (Gold) BB Week (Highest collector in Singapore, Gold) Character Quest (2nd position, Gold) Pipes and Drums Festival, 2nd (Category A) President Award: 5 receipents JM Fraser Gold, Best Company in Singapore 2009 2010 BB Blaze (Gold) BB Week Highest collector (Gold) Character Quest (Gold) JM Fraser Gold Award, Best Senior Company 2010 Pipes and Drums Festival, Solo piping Cat A Champion, Miniature Band Cat B, 1st runner up President Award: 3 receipents 2011 Adventure Quest (Gold) Character Quest (Gold) : 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 10th place BB Week Highest Collector (Gold) President Award: 2 receipents JM Fraser Gold, Best Company in Singapore 2011 2012 BB Blaze (Gold) Character Quest (Gold) : 1st, 6th, 9th place Founders Award: 8 recipients JM Fraser Gold, Best Company in Singapore 2012 2013 Character Quest (Gold) : 4th place.
I myself do not reflect a perfect image of this post, but my daily prayer is that God will continue to mold me into the man my wife deserves.
There has been a lot of talk about how every school is a good school, regardless of whether they are eighbourhood or elite schools.
In 1982 a Porsche museum was established by a Mr Helmut Pfeifhofer.
I see plenty of comments on news articles and Facebook saying things like I do agree that parenting is one of the key factors that influence how children turn out but that doesn’t discount the importance of the school and it’s impact at all.
Having studied in both mediocre and elite schools in Singapore, I would like to share my insights on the difference between both institutions.
The whole narrative since then has been like: “As a government, we are trying to de-emphasize grades, school prestige and university degrees in our society” I think this whole “Every school is a good school” thing is a nice initiative with good intentions.
However, few people are really convinced that Singapore is going to shift away from school prestige and grades. Last year, Jurong West Secondary principal said “How many of our leaders and top officers who say that every school is a good school put their children in ordinary schools near their home?