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Racial Harmony Day
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Welcome new PSG EXCO committee members
In our bid to enhance our collaboration with parents in the learning experience of our students, the school welcomes the new PSG EXCO Team. Click on the title to read more.
Uthayam 2016
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Mother Tongue Fortnight 2016
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Singapore Rhapsodies at the National Gallery
Singapore Rhapsodies at National Gallery Singapore is a concert series spearheaded by the Sing50 Fund, which is managed by The RICE Company Limited (TRCL). The series is presented by POSB, and supported by National Gallery Singapore.

The Casuarina Primary School Choir, with student pianists, presented favourite local songs such as Rasa Sayang Eh!, Singapore Town and Home. Folksongs from different cultures including Mexican folksong La Cucaracha and Slovakian folksong 八只小鹅 were also performed. These songs truly embody Singapore as a melting pot of cultures where people from all walks of life live in harmony.

Students were brought on a docent-led tour of the National Gallery after their performance.
National Day Observance Ceremony
Our students from the Chinese Dance and International Dance club did the school proud for a job well done on they performed at a National Day Observance Ceremony. The ceremony was held at the open field near White Sands Shopping Mall on Sunday, 7 August.
CAPS EAS (Non-Teaching Staff) Appreciation Day
At Casuarina Primary School, we recognise the dedication and efforts of our EAS officers. The CAPS EAS (Non-Teaching Staff) Appreciation Day was held to allow students to better understand and appreciate the roles and contributions of our school’s EAS officers.
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2016 Inter-Primary School Malay Story Telling Competition
Four of our Malay students, Ayu Emmeline Charlton (P6A), Hadi Dayyan (P4E), Noor Hisyam (P5C) and Nur Syakirah (P4A) participated in the Inter-Primary School Malay Story Telling Competition organised by Hougang Community Club last Saturday. They staged a Malay folk story entitled ‘Tanggang’, about a young man who forgets his mum’s sacrifices after he becomes rich and famous.
Their hard work and dedication, which started as early as in February, paid off as their performance was entertaining and managed to captivate the audience. Even the judges were seen smiling and clapping enthusiastically for their performance.
With that, we are proud to announce that first time in our history, Casuarina Primary School has been awarded first in place for the 2016 Inter-Primary School Malay Story Telling Competition!
In addition to that, Casuarina Primary School also managed to clinch all the individual awards for the competition:

Best Male Actor: Hadi Dayyan (P4E)

Best Female Actress: Ayu Emmeline Charlton (P6A)

Best Director and Best Script: Cikgu Maryana (Casuarina Primary School)
P1 to P3 Story Telling Competition
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Singapore Rhapsodies at the National Gallery
Singapore Rhapsodies at National Gallery Singapore is a concert series spearheaded by the Sing50 Fund, which is managed by The RICE Company Limited (TRCL). The series is presented by POSB, and supported by National Gallery Singapore.

The Casuarina Primary School Choir, with student pianists, presented favourite local songs such as Rasa Sayang Eh!, Singapore Town and Home. Folksongs from different cultures including Mexican folksong La Cucaracha and Slovakian folksong 八只小鹅 were also performed. These songs truly embody Singapore as a melting pot of cultures where people from all walks of life live in harmony.

Students were brought on a docent-led tour of the National Gallery after their performance.
Language and Cultural Immersion Learning Journey to Xi'an
15 students took part in a learning journey to Xi'an from 30 May 2016 to 4 June 2016. Click on the title to view pictures taken during the trip.
P6 Motivational Hike
The P6 students went for a Motivational Hike on Thursday, 2 June 2016. Click on the title to view pictures taken during the hike.
CAPS 15th Anniversary
Our school celebrated its 15th Anniversary with Fun with Family Day on Saturday, 28 May from 8.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. Thank you parents for joining us in the fun and exciting family activities that were specially lined up as part of our anniversary celebration. Once again, we would also like thank all parents for your support in our Donation Drive that ended prior to this celebration.
National Day Celebration
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Racial Harmony Day
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Eye Care Week
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National Day Celebrations
Date: Monday, 8 August

Students are encouraged to come to school in red and white. Students will be dismissed from school at 10.40.
Guided Walkabout @ CAPS 2016
To register, please click on the title.
Fight Dengue Tips
Do the 5-Step #MozzieWipeout and share this with your loved ones to encourage them to do the same. For more Fight Dengue tips, click on the title or watch the Mozzie Wipeout video here: https://goo.gl/nyGVfb.
Mother Tongue Languages Symposium 2016
Come join in the fun and excitement at the 5th Mother Tongue Languages (MTL) Symposium. It will showcase interesting and creative ways to encourage children to learn and love MTL. Registration for the sharing sessions and workshops is open. Click on the title to register now!

Date:
20 August 2016 (Saturday)

Time:
10.15am to 11.35am (Opening and Award Ceremony)
11.00am to 8.00pm (Exhibition and Sharing Sessions/Workshops)

Venue:
Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Level 3, Summit 1 & 2
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