Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Clover Award Winners 2020

This is the first year we are giving away awards as we have seen how much some of the children have evolved. These awards are given to the children who consistently work towards the betterment of themselves and display good social citizenship in the year 2020. We hope they will bring their good work and social ethic to their adulthood.

 It is also an encouragement for their friends to look up to them and work towards self-improvement. To display happiness for their friends is also a virtue.

 

Award Winners 2020

Most Outstanding Learner Award:

This award is presented to the child for he knows how to stay focused in the face of distractions. He takes responsibility of his own learning and does not let other people or situations stand in the way of that. He makes academics a priority and keep his sights set on his learning goals. 

  Ian Loo (K2)

Damon Tan (K1)


Most Improved Student Award:

This award is to honour and acknowledge the child’s vast improvement in academic, behaviour and learning attitude.

Ooi Qi Yang (K2)

Leia Ng (K1)

Carlson Wie (K1)

 




Most Self-Motivated Learner Award:

This award is presented to the child for he has the ability to drive himself in the face of set-backs, take up opportunities, and show commitment to what he wants to achieve.

 Teo Yao Ee (K1)

 


Most Hardworking Student Award:

This award is presented to the child for she has always accepted challenges and worked towards her goal with great perseverance.

 Chong Yu Thong (K1)



 Most Reliable Student Award:

This award is presented to the child for she can always be trusted to follow through in the little things which then she can be trusted with the bigger things. 

 Isabelle Nyo (K2)

Clovelle Chua (K1)



Most Helpful Student Award:

This award is presented to the child for she always takes initiative to provide assistance to her friends and teachers.

 Lim Zhi Tong (K2)


Most Polite Award:

This award is to honour the child for demonstrating grace and courtesy by being the most courteous among his friends. He takes initiative to greet and show good manners and respect to his teachers and friends.

 Teo Yao Ee (K1)

 


Early Bird Award:

This award is to honour the child for her consistent effort of arriving at school punctually.

Amber Ho (K2)

Adeline Tan (K2)

Chong Yu Thong (K1)



Duty Master Award:

This award is to honour the great effort of the child for consistently arriving at school early during his/her duty day to clean and tidy up the learning environment for his/her class. He/She also always obliged gladly when being asked upon to help their friends to fulfill their duty when they were late or absent. His/Her great sense of responsibility and willingness to provide a clean environment for his/her classmates shows his/her positive sense of social citizenship.

     Adeline Tan (K2)

     Low Zhen Jet (K2)

     Chong Yu Thong (K1)



Little Helper At Home Award:

Achieving highest points for doing things for himself, and also work on household chores to show great citizenship at home during the MCO period.

 Siah Yeow Ren (N2)

 


  

Thursday, July 2, 2020

Clover L.C. Alumnus Received Achievement Award in Marlborough College


Congratulations to Elliana Chin for attaining the Achievement Award for Year 4 student in Marlborough College (Malaysia)! She is an alumnus of Clover Learning Centre and we are very thrilled to receive this news and definitely proud of her achievement!

She is one of the two prize winners for this award in the Year 4 category. This Achievement Award is given to a child who has consistently produced a high standard of work across a broad range of subjects over the course of a year.

Her mother personally sent a thank-you text to all Clover Learning Centre Montessori educators who had helped built up Elliana's foundation of learning during her formative years. We appreciate this and believe that Elliana has definitely earned it through her perseverance and hard work!

We’ve also contacted Elliana to learn more about her learning journey at Marlborough College.


CLC: Hi Elliana, you've recently received the Achievement Award at your school, How do you feel?

E: I feel incredibly happy with my award and was also surprised I got such a “high level” award. I felt surprised because I didn’t think that I would have that award this year. I was even surprised when my mum got the email. I was pretty much happy though.

 

CLC: Did anyone help you along your way to success?

E: My success was of course due to my parents’ and teachers’ guidance.

 

CLC: What did you do when you met with difficulties or challenges?

E: When I met difficulties or challenges I was frustrated but I didn’t give up. I also had the comfort and encouraging words from my parents. Thank you for this letter (interview) and I appreciate your sharing of happiness from my success.

P.S. This achievement was also earned by the help of your school’s guidance.

(Elliana’s response is raw without editing from anyone.)