SINGAPORE: Before modern tools like visualisers, laptops and tablets, the overhead projector and transparencies were ubiquitous in Singapore classrooms.
Now, those who wish to walk down memory lane and reflect on how the school environment has changed can visit an exhibition called: “Good Morning Cher: Our Schools, Our Teachers, Our Stories”.
Organised by the Education Ministry as part of Singapore’s 50th anniversary, the exhibition will be held till end August.
It will be available at four locations at these selected dates: Changi City Point (Jul 10 to 12), Westgate (Jul 24 to 26), Ang Mo Kio Hub (Aug 14 to 16) and Suntec City Mall (Aug 28 to 30). Admission is free.
Education Minister Heng Swee Keat, who launched the first exhibition at Changi City Point on Saturday (Jul 11), said it is a tribute to teachers and school leaders who have been dedicated in shaping generations of students over the last 50 years.
“I am sure this exhibition will evoke Singaporeans’ find memories of their good old school days and inspire all of us to continue to bring out the best in every child,” said Mr Heng.