Event Highlights Term 4 2018
Our TPJC Ohana – All hands on deck!
Our JC2s may be busy preparing for their A Levels but when they see the old uncles and aunties shifting heavy furniture, they drop their books and roll up their sleeves to help out. This is our TPJC Ohana.
12 October 2018 marked the last day of school before our JC 2s embarked on their study break leading up to the A Levels. Sending them off with much love, our teachers from every department came together to put up a highly entertaining concert celebrating our good memories together as a college and to wish them luck. We ended the day with a scrumptious lunch in the hall and much fun at the photobooths and our favourite phototaking spot, the college field with the iconic TPJC roof in the background. It is a bittersweet moment as we say goodbye to TPJCs 32nd and final cohort but we do so with great pride and the knowledge that they will live by their college values of responsibility, integrity, courage and humility in all that they do. Aim and Achieve, TPJCians. Your Ohana believes in you.
Harvard Prize Book (Singapore)
The Harvard Prize Book (Singapore) recognises an altruistic individual who has, over a sustained period of time, gone beyond the call of duty to perform acts of kindness and caring, and who may have inspired his or her peers or family members to do likewise. These acts reveal an inner motivation to help in an authentic manner.
From TPJC, Nur Liyana Bte Mohamad Joned (17A01) is the recipient of the Harvard Prize Book 2018. Liyana has positively impacted her family and friends through her selfless acts, maturity and cheerfulness even in adverse situations. Liyana has been an exemplary student and we are proud and touched by her heart for others.
NYAA Gold Award Ceremony 2018
Congratulations to our TPJC NYAA students (Brandon Tan Jun 16S11, Jeremy Nicholas Halim 17S08, Russell Chan Wing Tjuen 17S09 and Tay Yong Jun 17S15) for receiving the highest accolade in NYAA, the Gold Award, at the Singapore Polytechnic Convention Centre on 4 October. They have certainly done our college proud in receiving this prestigious award. The award was achieved after at least one and a half years of completing the NYAA components of service, physical recreation, skills, adventurous journey and also a residential project which involves serving the community at large. The students were also delighted to receive their awards from the guest of honour, President Halimah Yacob. These are our last batch of TPJC NYAA students receiving the Gold Award. We wish them all the very best for their A Levels too!