“The future belongs to those who believe in their dreams”
The annual GDLSS Graduation Ceremony for the Secondary 4/5 was held on 4 October 2019 (Friday).
It was an emotional ceremony for the students, teachers and parents. This ceremony marks the closure of a chapter, but it also signifies the beginning of another.
Teachers and many of the parents present had said they would not shed a tear, but the emotional moments of tenderness was too much to contain.
Planned and organised by the school management and teachers, every detail was meticulously looked into and carefully planned.
It was a special moment for all graduands when the Sec 4/5 Form Teachers took to the stage and sang a moving rendition of “If we hold on together”, sending out the message of “live believing; dreams never die”.
In return, the cohort delivered an emotional rendition of “Do I make you proud” to thank and appreciate the school, teachers and parents.
Not a single dry eye in the school hall on this day and this is the strongest testament of the bonds built between the teachers and students.
This graduation ceremony is the finale of the Class of 2019 in Greendale Secondary, where talents were nurtured and lives, inspired.
Every student received an unique graduation bear dressed in the school’s polo tee, and with a class gift filled full to the brim with loving thoughts and blessings from the Form Teachers of the graduating classes.
Indeed, the students went away with not only the memories of their life as a GDLSS student, but also the blessings of the school leaders and each and every teacher for their journey ahead.
As parents, we are more than heartened and appreciative of what had become of our children – Committed Learners, Critical Thinkers, Confident Leaders in their own rights.
All these would not be possible without the dedication and nurturing of the school leaders and teachers. ❤
To the Class of 2019, happy graduation 🎓! Remember, the best is yet to come! Game on and all the best for the rest of the N and O levels papers! 💪
– Greendale Secondary School Parents Support Group