The event was organized similar to the year before; with
- Counters allocated for the 1-1 dialog according to the children classes
- Reward counters where children can collect their rewards
- Prize counters for prize collection for competition held earlier
- Exhibition counters show-casting the children’s work and stuff
Being a regular, we headed straight to meet Samuel’s class teacher when we arrived.
The dialog was brief; the teacher commented that Samuel copes well in school.
He has been more vocal lately as compared to the beginning of the year, big in English reading and the only minor improvement required is perhaps on his coloring.
We suspect Samuel does not do pretty writings too but the teacher mentioned nothing about it. We did not bring it up as we do not want to put too much emphasis on pretty writings. After all Mommy 'was renowned' for her errr… ugly writings. It won’t be a surprise if Samuel takes after Mommy eh? :p
Samuel’s progress card is well charted.
Areas that he’s charted good beginning of the semester are Oral English, Hygiene Care, Compliance, Politeness and Helpfulness.
Areas that he’s charted fair then are Oral BM and Art & Craft.
But of course by end of the schooling semester; he scored A and A+ for everything under evaluation. (As with all the other children : ) )
Samuel with his ‘lil rewards and free ice-cream from the school.
We think that the school is very thoughtful to have a Reward Day for all the children. They gotta pick the gifts they fancy accordingly before the Dialogue Day. Then on the day itself, all the children will at least get a present. None will be left out.
In a way, all the children will be rewarded. And all the children will be happy.