Wednesday, May 30, 2007

2nd Cleaning Campaign

Today, my school conducted a very surprising cleaning campaign.

Actually yesterday, our form teacher has already advised our class to bring along our P.E. shirt and tracksuit because there'll be a surprise for us this morning..

We just had our cleaning campaign held 2 weeks ago, but we're doing it again today because on 5th June, our school will be visited by students and teachers from Victoria School, Singapore.

You may visit here for more info.

There will be 10 students, 2 teachers and the principal of Victoria School making their trip all the way from Singapore to our school. The trip is also part of Victoria School's Overseas Educational and Cultural Exchange Program. Our school, SOAS were selected by the honorable Minister of Education.

So why pick SOAS? I reckon it was because both Victoria School and SOAS are 'all-boys' school..

So everyone in SOAS were celebrating in jubilant mood right after our principal had announced that we would not study for the whole day..

Students from each class, ranging from registration number 1 to 8, were responsible to clean their own classrooms respectively whereas students with registration number from 9 and onwards were told to clean somewhere else around the school..

So my registration number was 4 and thus I have to stay inside the class.. Boring..

Our friend Najaah is supposed to clean the notice board.. So why was everyone watching him??

After spending around 45 minutes in the class, I felt bored.. So I went to look for the others and see if I can help, rather than staying in the class, which is under the form teacher's inspection..

I found the rest of my classmates at room B13. Most of them were painting the class (which is the repeaters' class) under the inspection of our English teacher, Mrs. Geetha.

I then helped a bit by painting parts of the classroom..

The work was quite easy as we don't have to paint the higher parts of the classroom.

After painting, we were told to collect all the paintbrushes and rollers together for washing..

The rollers were not easy to wash.. We thought by just washing the rollers with water might have our job done but who knows it was so damn difficult to flush away the stains of white paint stucked inside the rollers..

Does Tiah looks like he's peeing in this picture??

Cheh~ He's just spraying water from the hose.. Lol *sarcastic*

Despite all the tiredness we had this morning, our class attempted to make another short video clip but failed.

We have already submitted our proposal of forming a new club called the 'Film Studies Club' in the school to the principal but there were still no responses from the administration yet.

Please pray that our proposal will be accepted and you guys will have more videos to watch in the future!

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