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Vision & Mission
To cultivate pupils' interest and appreciation in Tamil language
To equip pupils with the ability to communicate effectively in Tamil and to have a good understanding of Tamil culture
Tamil Language competitions (தமிழ் மொழிப் போட்டிகள்)All our pupils are encouraged to participate in the competitions and prizes are given out during the Mother Tongue Fortnight concert.Please click here to see photo.
P1 & P2 Singing Competition
P3 & P4 Story Telling Competition
P5 & P6 Advertising Competition
Mother Tongue FortnightA variety of activities and workshops based on Tamil Language and culture are carried out during Mother Tongue Fortnight to enthuse Tamil pupils to speak the language and know more about their culture. The two weeks of activities culminates with a concert, Muthamizh Vizha, where all the pupils get to perform in a group song, dance or drama for parents to see.
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P3 Tamil Language CampAll P3 pupils attend a language camp, where activities such as garland making, Kolam drawing, henna painting or story-telling with games and drama are conducted to immerse the pupils in Tamil language and culture.
Extensive Reading ProgrammePupils read Tamil books on Wednesday morning’s in the hall before flag raising. All Tamil pupils are encouraged to borrow a Tamil story book and read the Tamil Murasu (Tamil newspaper) which is available in the MRL. All pupils from P3 to P6 subscribe to Sutti Mayil, a children’s magazine which is also used for discussion and writing reflection in their journal. Activities are also conducted in collaboration with NLB to make reading more fun.