With final year exams in the rear view, our primary school students were geared up for an entire day of fun, laughter and joy. Our SFMS post-exam activities included a primary school camp which was arranged in collaboration with our Christian Ministry to not only reward the kids for completing yet another arduous school year, but also to educate our young minds with good Christian values. Inclusive of an array of activities, the theme for this year’s primary school camp was “Amour of God” with the verse from Ephesians 6:10-11 (ICB). Our Christian Ministry staff brought our excited primary students for a day of fun and learning.
Our entire primary school cohort was split into smaller groups and segmented into different parts of the school to accommodate for Safe Management Measures. After the opening worship and introductions, a portion of students went on to watch videos and sing along to songs about the Armour of God while the rest of the students started playing games and crafting. The activities spanned over the course of two Fridays and ended with a closing worship along with a short photo taking session. The joy and laughter echoing throughout the halls of SFMS clearly showed the tremendous fun our well-deserving primary students had.
St Francis Methodist School
Founded in 1960, St Francis Methodist School (SFMS) is a leading local private school, providing primary, secondary and pre-tertiary levels of education. SFMS offers a Singapore approach to learning in an international school environment, and provides students with opportunities to grow holistically and achieve their aspirations.
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