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Screen_Shot_2014-06-11_at_8.18.12_PMToday marks six years that the New Life Primary School has been in existence and to celebrate the occasion, a small expo was held where the students showcased their work throughout the years. Principal of new Life, Ruth Ku shared with us how the school has evolved throughout the years.


Ruth Ku – Principal, New Life Primary


“We’re celebrating six years as a Presbyterian School, our kids have worked very hard and everything that is in the booth they have done, they have games and it is to show how we integrate learning in the classroom so everything is kids work and they have games and you play and win they will teach you, it is exposing everything they have been doing in the classroom.”


Maria Novelo – Reporter


“I saw the sugar industry, the endocrine system, the respiratory system and these are all in their curriculum?”

 

Ruth Ku – Principal, New Life Primary


“Everything that is in their curriculum today they are exposing from Pre-school up to standard six.”

 

Maria Novelo – Reporter


“How has the six years been, how has the school evolved since its inception six years ago?”

 

Ruth Ku – Principal, New Life Primary


“I must say I am very thankful to God, New Life have had a very rough from the beginning but six year afterwards we have seen how God has blessed it, we began with 56 students and now we have more than 200, we have there three storey building, we have different activities than we had before, and if God willing September we will have our first marching band.”


The school received much needed drum equipment to jump start their musical dreams.

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