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We are happy to announce the winners for our first round of Classroom Cleanliness Competition! 3 winning classes have been chosen from each level.
all these winning classes!
Representatives and their winning prizes!
We would also like to thank the teachers and pupils for the
support. It is heartening to see that every pupil has put in efforts and uphold
their responsibility in keeping their classrooms clean.
Some good examples that can be observed and seen from these
winning classes are having a planned duty roster and pupils would diligently
perform their duties. For example, pupils would spend 5 to 10 minutes to
arrange the chairs and tables in class, and to sweep the floor clean. Before
dismissal, all pupils would also ensure that their tables are neatly arranged
and the floor is free of litter. All these conscientious efforts would play a
big role in keeping our classrooms spick and span.
As a student from Endeavour Primary School , we should do a part in keeping our school clean by doing the following:
1) Do not litter
2) If you see any litter in your classroom, pick it up.
3) If you see anyone who litter, ask that person to pick it up. If not, we could also help him / her to pick it up, in order to keep our school and classroom clean.
4) If it is your rostered duty, do it properly, as you are also doing a part to keep the classroom clean.
When we see others or if you yourself are about to litter, be considerate about all those hardworking cleaners, who are all helping to keep our school clean. Whenever we see a school cleaner, we should smile at them and thank them for helping us to play a part in keeping our school clean.
We are also looking forward to the next 'Use Your Hand Campaign' to clean our classroom together with all our classmates and teachers!
Lastly, to all other classes that did not emerge as winners
in this first round of competition, do not be disheartened! You can look forward
to another round of the classroom cleanliness judging in Term 4!