Tag Archives: TKPS

PARENT: STOP TREATING OUR CHILDREN LIKE THEY ARE MADE OF GLASS

If we follow this argument, there will be no end because what one person considers "potentially dangerous" can differ drastically from the next. Go South Korea can get Mers. Go Middle East got civil unrest. Fly over Ukraine can get shot down. Go to NZ, Japan or China can have earthquakes. Maybe that means we shouldn't go overseas. At what point do we stop treating our children like they are made of glass?

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BLOOD ON MOE & TKPS PRINCIPAL’S HANDS FOR APPROVING OMEGA CHALLENGE 2015

Its convenient for the authorities to classify this tragedy as a 'natural disaster', and easy for MOE and Mr Heng to say "give full support to students and family" and downplay the long-term damage by claiming "students are a little shaken, but otherwise they are fine". However a few pertinent questions inadvertently come to mind, and an independent COI needs to be conducted:

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SCH TEACHER: MOUNT KINABALU IS SUITABLE FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL KIDS

As I await news of the missing teachers and students (one of the missing teachers is the husband of a good friend of mine), I got rather pissed with some armchair critics who blamed this incident on the school because these armchair critics deemed the activity unsuitable for upper primary school students.

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PM LEE: DAY OF NATIONAL REMEMBRANCE ON 8 JUNE TO MOURN KINABALU VICTIMS

On behalf of all Singaporeans, the Prime Minister expresses his deepest condolences and sympathies to their families and loved ones. As we grieve over the loss of these young lives, we also take heart that they were striving to stretch their limits and take on new challenges. Monday, 8 June 2015 will be a Day of National Remembrance. State flags on all Government buildings will be flown at half-mast. One minute of silence will be observed at the beginning of the day at all SEA Games venues.

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TKPS STUDENT: MY INJURED TEACHER SHIELDED ME FROM FALLING ROCKS

Student Amal Ashley Lim, 12, said keeping calm as the rocks rained down on her group near the summit saved her life. A teacher bundled her and several other students under a shallow overhang for protection. They watched helplessly as some of her other schoolmates were struck by the falling rocks. The teacher who helped her granddaughter was injured, with blood on her hands. According to her, this teacher is still in Sabah.

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