Earlier this year, Agape Little Uni. @ Thomson collaborated with PUB Singapore in support of Singapore’s World Water Day 2022! The centre dedicated one week during the month of March to learning about water conservation. The children were engaged in different hands-on activities to deepen their understanding about water conservation.
As part of the collaboration, we filmed simple experiments for PUB to showcase our fervent efforts in promoting water conservation in our children. As part of the filming preparations, our ST to K2 children created interactive and eye-catching posters to showcase their knowledge learnt.
Inspired by the theme of “Groundwater: Making the Invisible Visible” for International World Water Day 2022, the filming started off with a segment to learn about the importance of groundwater. Groundwater is an invisible resource with an impact visible everywhere. Equipped with this knowledge, the K1 children attempted to clean up a polluted groundwater body to help save marine life, whilst the K2 children built a water filtration system from scratch in their attempt to collect potable water from non-potable groundwater sources.
Throughout the week-long engagements, not only did the children learn about the importance of water conservation; they developed good habits to inculcate in their daily lives in their bid to contribute towards a sustainable water supply for future generations of human and wildlife.
Working with community partners helps us in our efforts to link bridges between families, communities and school. As our children interact with people in the community, they are able to extend their horizons to develop the necessary attitudes, skills and knowledge that they require to become Responsible Citizens.
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Written by Teacher Nur’ Atiqah Binte Mohd Najib and Teacher Chong Mong Yen of Agape Little Uni. @ Thomson
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