Autism newsletter 2021 August LR - Flipbook - Page 6
ACTIVITIES & VOLUNTEERISM
Hari Raya Celebrations 2021
This year’s Hari Raya Celebrations, albeit scaled down from previous
years, was a cosy and intimate one. Quelling the uncertainties
ushered in by the volatility of the COVID-19 situation, the
changes, big and small, spurred the Hari Raya Committee to
adapt and consider the possibilities of commemorating the
celebration regardless. The team had prepared a slew of activities
for the students to busk in the festivities but with the unexpected
implementation of Home-Based Learning (HBL), some of the
activities had to be shelved.
by weaving coloured paper strips, while others got their creative
juices flowing by decorating green packets. The students then
exchanged the green packets with their peers, and enjoyed the
sweet treats that were packed inside. Goodie bags, containing
greeting cards and kuehs were also handed out to all staff and
Hari Raya Committee:
Soh Hui Xin and Nur Fadhlina (In-Charge),
Annabel Soon and Elaine Tan (Co-In-Charge)
Loh Kieng Min, Zainon Hussin, Esther Sng, Loh Xue Ning, Joanne,
Geena Er, Ros Syafiqah
Despite not being able to celebrate on the actual day, students
had the opportunity to participate in the pre-activities that were
lined up for them. Some had a hand in creating ketupat crafts
Sunnie, from Howard class,
adding colours to her green packet.
Finn class student Darrel putting his sorting skills to work, setting aside packs of sweets for the respective classes.
The students of Columbus class helping to pack an assortment of Hari Raya kuehs for the goodie bags.