The Best of You also spreads its message of appreciation to schools with dramas and mini-exhibitions. Each year, we explore a different theme in order to raise awareness on social issues that are important for students to learn more about and understand better. Through these, we hope to encourage students and teachers to share their own stories of appreciation as well.

THEME:

INEQUALITY

In 2019, we touch on the topic of inequality and its prevalence in our society today. Using the subject of urban poverty, we introduce students to the topic and incite reflection on how they can play their part in being kind towards and lending a helping hand to those in need around them.

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS

DRAMA
EXHIBITION
Marymount Convent School
Sep
Hougang Secondary School
Sep
Bukit Panjang Primary School
Aug
Canberra Secondary School
Aug
Raffles Institution
Aug
Nan Hua High School
Aug
West Grove Primary School
Aug
Naval Base Primary School
Aug
Queenstown Primary School
Jul
Ai Tong Primary School
Jul
North Spring Primary School
Jul
St. Joseph's Institution Junior
Jul
Changkat Changi Secondary School
Jul
Bukit View Primary School
Jul
Marsiling Secondary School
Jul
CHIJ Our Lady Queen of Peace
Jul
Queensway Secondary School
May
Sengkang Secondary School
May
Yishun Town Secondary School
Mar
THEME:

BULLYING

In 2018, we explored the subject of bullying – an increasingly prevalent issue in many schools. In a joint effort with each of the schools, we established a clear stand against bullying and challenged students to dare to be the source of positive change in their own school.

Our Drama Team

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS

DRAMA
EXHIBITION
Stamford Primary School
Sep
Guangyang Primary School
Sep
Westwood Secondary School
Sep
Tanjong Katong Secondary School
Sep
West View Primary School
Jul
Clementi Town Secondary School
Jul
Corporation Primary School
Jul
Manjusri Secondary School
Jul
CHIJ Our Lady Queen of Peace
Jun
Deyi Secondary School
Jun
Chung Cheng High (Main)
May
Ang Mo Kio Secondary School
May
Chung Cheng High (Yishun)
May
Woodlands Ring Primary School
May
Alexandre Primary School
May
Bendemeer Secondary School
Apr
Pasir Ris Primary School
Apr
Gan Eng Seng Secondary School
Apr
Raffles Girls Primary School
Apr
Boon Lay Secondary School
Apr
Holy Innocents' High School
Mar
Teck Whye Secondary School
Mar
Haig Girl's School
Mar
Yuying Secondary School
Mar
THEME:

FOREIGN MIGRANT WORKERS

In 2017, we focused on the topic of appreciation on foreign migrant workers. They leave their countries and families to a foreign land. They build our roads, our offices and our houses. We encourage every individual to show them respect and appreciate their effort and sacrifices they have made to give their families a better lives.

Our Drama Team

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS

DRAMA
EXHIBITION
Casuarina Primary School
Sep
Punggol Primary School
Sep
Hai Sing Catholic Secondary School
Aug
Raffles Institution
Aug
Orchird Park Secondary School
Aug
Clementi Town Secondary School
Aug
Chua Chu Kang Secondary School
Aug
Ping Yi Secondary School
Jul
Mee Toh Primary School
Jul
Temasek Secondary School
Jul
Swiss Cottage Secondary School
Jun
Saint Anthony's Primary School
May
Ang Mo Kio Secondary School
May
Jurongville Secondary School
May
Endeavour Primary School
May
Westwood Primary School
May
Stamford Primary School
Apr
Damai Primary School
Apr
Queenstown Secondary School
Apr
Radin Mas Primary School
Apr
Yumin Primary School
Apr
Nanyang Girl's School
Mar
Xingnan Primary School
Mar

The Best of You also spreads its message of appreciation to schools with dramas and mini-exhibitions. Each year, we explore a different theme in order to raise awareness on social issues that are important for students to learn more about and understand better. Through these, we hope to encourage students and teachers to share their own stories of appreciation as well.

THEME:

BULLYING

In 2019, we touch on the topic of anti-bullying in two languages, Mandarin and Malay. Through the Mandarin drama performances, we introduce students to the topic of bullies and passive victims in the school environment and incite reflection on how they can play a part by taking positive actions to stop and prevent bullying as empowered bystanders. The students are also engaged with information on the differences between teasing and bullying in verbal and physical forms.

Through presentation and Q&A sessions in Malay, we conveyed the anti-bullying message with the hope of preventing bullying behaviours in schools and the eventual creation of a safe environment for students.

Our Drama Team

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS

DRAMA
EXHIBITION
SJK = Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan
National-type Schools / Vernacular Schools (Primary School)
(C) = Cina = Chinese
Mandarin-medium /  simplified Chinese writing (Taught in Mandarin)
Sekolah Kebangsaan St. John 1
Aug
Sekolah Kebangsaan Seri Perak
Aug
Sekolah Kebangsaan Sri Petaling
Aug
SJK (C) Kheng Chee Puchong
Jun
SJK (C) Subang
Jun
SJK (C) Yoke Kuan
Jun
SJK (C) Cheong Hua
Jun
SJK (C) Kulai 2
Jun
SJK (C) Bachang
Jun
SJK (C) Bukit Beruang
Jun
SJK (C) Yok Bin
Jun
SJK (C) Malim
Jun
SJK (C) Kuo Kuang 1
Jun
SJK (C) Thorburn
Jun
SJK (C) Chung Cheng
May
SJK (C) San Min No 1
May
SJK (C) Yok Choy
May
SJK (C) Khee Chee
May
SJK (C) Pei Chai
May
SJK (C) Sungai Jan
May
THEME:

BULLYING

In 2018, we touch on the topic of anti-bullying in Mandarin. Through the drama performances, we introduce students to the topic of bullies and passive victims in the school environment and incite reflection on how they can play a part by taking positive actions to stop and prevent bullying as empowered bystanders. The students are also engaged with information on the differences between teasing and bullying in verbal and physical forms.

Our Drama Team

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS

DRAMA
EXHIBITION
SJK = Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan
National-type Schools / Vernacular Schools (Primary School)
(C) = Cina = Chinese
Mandarin-medium /  simplified Chinese writing (Taught in Mandarin)
SJK (C) Confucian
Aug
SJK (C) Keat Hwa (S)
Aug
SJK (C) Keat Hwa (K)
Aug
SJK (C) Keat Hwa (H)
Aug
SJK (C) Yoke Nam
Jul
SJK (C) Jinjang Utara
Jun
SJK (C) Mun Choong
Jun
SJK (C) Yu Ying
Jun
SJK (C) Pay Fong 2
Jun
SJK (C) Cheng
Jun
SJK (C) Bukit Siput
Jun
SJK (C) Li Chi
Jun
SJK (C) Seg Hwa
Jun