Return to Tampines Primary

This morning, we returned to Tampines Primary for an early breakfast at 7am. The school ensured there was food and drink aplenty and made us feel very welcome once again.


After breakfast, we proceeded to the “National Day” celebration assembly – with both the primary and secondary school students of Tampines. We were welcomed as honoured guests and enjoyed the patriotic assembly.

The assembly extended into the great hall where the primary school students (and their teachers) performed a series of songs and dances.

After the assembly, it was time to go home. The students were farewelled by Miss Tay (the principal of Tampines) and her staff and we left inspired by their beautiful school and their wonderful hospitality.

Now we think it’s time to hit the pool… 🙂

8 thoughts on “Return to Tampines Primary

  1. Wow! Sounds like a fantastic couple of days at Tampines Primary School. I’ve watched the video and you all looked like you really enjoyed spending time with your host family. Cant wait to hear more about it when you come home Riley.
    Loving all the up dates Mr Kelly, keep them coming!

  2. Wow. What a fantastic time you’re having Bri. Milo in a can – cool. Really love the story of your trip. Will be great to look back on. See you soon. Love Dad.

  3. Hi Jacob. Looks like a healthy breakfast of milo and a ?chocolate muffin?. I hope you have had some fruit and vegies while you have been away!! No problem though, we can alwasy load you up when you get home….. broccolli and mushroom soup on Friday!! Enjoy your last couple of days and we’ll see you soon.
    Love Mum, Dad, Emma and Josh.

  4. Hi Ethan.
    Never heard of Milo in a can before. Looks like you are having a great time at the primary school. Mum xxoo

  5. Bri, how about Milo in a can, you will want that when you get home. Safe travels back home. Luv Nan & Gordon xxx

  6. Hi bri. I will miss our Thursday phone call tomorrow cant wait to talk to you on friday have a safe trip home
    Lots of love aunty bec xxxx

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