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English Festival 2017

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Pathlight School organised its inaugural English Language Festival 2017 for all Primary School students. The 4-day festival, which began on 6 March 2017, Monday through 9 March 2017, Thursday saw students and teachers meaningfully engaged in a variety of activities that promote English Language learning.

From Spelling Bee to hands-on activities such as station games, students were provided with opportunities to learn the English Language in fun and creative ways. To further promote creative learning, students and teachers were encouraged to dress up as their favourite ficitional character for storytelling sessions and participate in a Fashion Parade. A Book Fair was also held during the festival where students can purchase English books from a wide selection of books available. They learnt to pick out their favourite book and make their own purchase for it. 

Overall, it was a fun and fruitful learning experience for our students. 

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