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TPRAWKS 2009

Date: 2009

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Summary: A 3-day non residential camp for secondary school students, especially for those taking their O-level exams in 2009. It was held on 16 to 18 November 2009. The objective was to allow these students to experience TP's way of life. Lecturers from the different academic schools were present to explain the types of diploma courses available, and under their expert guidance, students had a taste of hands-on poly education. Participants also have the opportunity to interact with the five Singapore Idol finalists such as Charles "Stitch" Wong, Faizal Isa, Sylvia Ratonel, Sezairi Sezali and Tabitha Nauser. Some of the activities held during the 3-day camp included a series of workshops, games, sports like dragon boating, and the grand finale, "Jam and hop".

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Study rooms for "O" and "A" level students

Date: 2003

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic opened four classrooms to students studying for their "O" and "A" level examinations. The classrooms were located at Block 25 of Temasek Engineering School and opened daily from 9am to 10pm except on Sundays. Some lecturers even dropped by to help students with their revision. This was the ninth year that TP has offered such a service. [Source of information: Study in peace at these places. (2003, October 18). The New Paper [Singapore], p. 10. Retrieved from https://newslink.sg]

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Temasek Tech2000 Games

Date: 2000

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Summary: Temasek Tech2000 Games held on 15 September 2000 was organised by Temasek Engineering School as part of the national Techmonth 2000 and TP's 10th Anniversary celebration. About 500 secondary school students attended the event and participated in the games and competitions organised. Guest-of-Honour for the event was Mr Teo Ming Kian, Chairman of the National Science and Technology Board.

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Diploma in Leisure and Resort Management 10th anniversary

Date: 2017

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Summary: The Diploma in Leisure and Resort Management (LRM) celebrated its' 10th anniversary on 12 May 2017. 130 alumni attended the event held at Temasek Tourism Academy (TTA) event hall. The event was filled with nostalgic videos, stories, songs and entertainment.

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Parents as partners in career planning seminar

Date: 1997

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Summary: The Parents as Partners in Career Planning Seminar was held on 4 October 1997. The seminar aimed to help potential applicants make informed choices for their future. Close to 1,000 parents and their teenager children attended the seminar to seek information concerning choice of courses and career prospects. Guest of Honour, Mr Charles Chong, MP for Pasir Ris GRC, gave a keynote address on "Parents' Role In Career Planning. Other speakers at the seminar included Mr Goh Ah Bee, Managing Director, Leica Instruments (S) Pte Ltd, who gave insights into the"Rising Profile of Polytechnic Education and Career Opportunities", and Mr Ang Keng Loo, Deputy Principal of Temasek Polytechnic, who spoke on "TP - Your Partner in Career Planning".

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Temasek Engineering School's TechGames workshops 2001

Date: 2001

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Summary: Temasek Engineering School's TechGames workshops for secondary school students was held on 15 September 2001. The workshops were held in conjunction with Science.01, a month-long national event celebrating Science, Technology and Biomedicine in Singapore. Highlight of the workshop was the introduction of Sony Aibo, the popular robotic dog. Other workshops organised included an introduction to the Global Positioning System (GPS), a Solar Insect Design competition, an Intelligent Building Design module and Creative Physics.

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Library book fair October 2010

Date: 2010

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Summary: The Temasek Polytechnic Library organised a book selection fair with the tag line "You choose, we buy" on 28 October 2010. It was held at the Podium area, Level 3 by the book vendor UBS Library Services. The fair was targetted at staff and students from the Schools of Applied Science and Engineering. The aim was to reach out and encourage them to participate in developing the library collections. The books available for selection covered a wide range of subjects related to engineering and applied sciences. By the end of the event, more than 250 books were selected.

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TP Buddy Day

Date: 1999

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Summary: About 200 students from 35 secondary schools got a taste of poly life during the Buddy Day at Temasek Polytechnic held on 28 January 1999. The annual event was organised by the institution's Polytechnic Outreach Centre. The students were paired up with TP buddy who accompanied them to lectures, tutorials, lab sessions and facilities around campus. Lecturers were also on hand at the workshops to introduce them to the equipment and to answer any questions that they may have.

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Tampines Campus Master Plan Announcement

Date: 1991

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Summary: Details of the Tampines Campus masterplan was unveiled by Mr James Stirling at the "Public Announcement of the Campus Masterplan" held at Hyatt Regency on 27 November 1991. He was one of the partners of the renowned British architectural firm, James Stirling and Michael Wilford & Associates. Senior Minister of State for Education, Dr Tay Eng Soon, was the guest of honour.

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Hommage A La Musique : invitation card

Date: 2002

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Summary: Invitation to "Hommage A La Musique" performed by the Temasek Polytechnic Concert Band.

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Passion to make it happen Life Sciences Week : handphone holder

Date: 2001

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Summary: Handphone holder given out during Life Sciences Week. Text printed on the holder: Passion to make it happen!

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TPRAWKS 2010, day 1

Date: 2010

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Summary: A 3-day non residential camp for secondary school students, especially for those taking their O-level exams in 2010. It was held on 18 to 20 November 2010. The objective was to allow these students to experience TP's way of life. Lecturers from the different academic schools were present to explain the types of diploma courses available, and under their expert guidance, students had a taste of hands-on poly education. Some of the activities held during the 3-day camp included sing along sessions, team building games, solving puzzles and challenges and manoeuvering through various obstacles course like having their legs tied together with those of another student and navigating through spider webs, under tables and bamboo poles, mass dancing held at the sports hall, and sports especially water sports like dragon boating and canoeing in Bedok Reservoir. The grand finale, "Jam and hop" had students grooving to the music of DJ Andrew T and performances by local bands Sleeq and The Good Fellas.

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Library events @ Podium June 2005 : poster

Date: 2005

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Summary: A poster promoting Library events @ Podium in June 2005. The programmes held were : Heroes are everywhere, a drama by Necessary Stage; Chamber music by T'ang Quartet; So you think you can do street theatre, by Team Thirteen; Nie Xiao Qian, a ghost story from the Qing Dynasty by Chinese Opera Institute.

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TPRAWKS 2006

Date: 2006

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Summary: For the first time, some 1,500 students from 82 secondary schools were given the opportunity to experience life as a student in Temasek Polytechnic (TP), first hand. TPRAWKS is a new initiative by Temasek Polytechnic and was held from Nov 29 to Dec 1 2006. The five schools in TP - Applied Science, Information Technology, Business, Design and Engineering planned three days of fun and informative activities for the participants. These students were taken on tours of each school and learnt more about the courses from the lecturers who were on hand to explain the types of diploma courses available, and under their expert guidance, students had a sneak peek into the courses that were of interest to them. Besides the cultural performance by TP Salvo drum group, TPRAWKS 2006 also served up a delightful treat in the form of an exclusive performance by Singapore Idol and TP alumnus Hady Mirza at the Temasek Convention Centre.

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Journey of the Youth Olympic flame : community celebration at Temasek Polytechnic

Date: 2010

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Summary: The Youth Olympic flame started its journey through the heartlands of Singapore on a seven day torch relay from 7 to 14 August 2010. On 10 August 2010, Temasek Polytechnic was privileged to play host to this very special event - the arrival of the Youth Olympic flame on the third day of the torch relay which had made its way across the North East district throughout the day. Temasek Polytechnic graduate Foo Xiu Quan, had the honour of carrying the torch across Bedok Reservoir on a dragon boat. A 20-member crew from TP ensured a smooth ride for the symbol of the inaugural Youth Olympic Games (YOG) Singapore was hosting. Flanked by guest of honour, Mr George Yeo, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Mr Boo Kheng Hua, Principal & CEO, TP's Evangelin Tan brought the Olympic flame into the campus, and Mr Yeo lit the cauldron with the Youth Olympic flame at the Triangular Garden. Performances by Monsters, a Taiwanese cheerleading team, Derrick Hoh from the reality singing contest "Project Superstar", TP Vox, Riley in the Morning and TP's Dance Ensemble made it an enjoyable and memorable night for all. To end the night, students sang the YOG theme song, "Everyone". Also participating in the Community Celebration @ TP to welcome the arrival of the YOG flame at the Triangular Garden were Mr Teo Ser Luck, Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Community, Youth & Sports, Mr Ng Ser Miang, Chairman of Singapore 2010 Organising Committee and Mr Seah Moon Ming, Chairman of TP's Board of Governors.

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TPRAWKS 2011, day 3

Date: 2011

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Summary: A 3-day non residential camp for secondary school students, especially for those taking their O-level exams in 2011. It was held on 21 to 23 November 2011. The objective was to allow these students to experience TP's way of life. Students were divided into 6 different groups (poprawk, glamrawk, grungerawk, fusionrawk, britrawk, punkrawk) and were taken on a tour of the different schools in TP. Lecturers were on hand to explain the types of diploma courses available, and under their expert guidance, students had a sneak peek into the courses that were of interest to them. One of the camp highlights was being entertained by celebrities from MediaCorp. Some of the activities held during the 3-day camp included sing along sessions, quizzes and games, sports especially water sports like canoeing in Bedok Reservoir, and the grand finale, "Jam and hop".

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TPRAWKS 2011, day 1

Date: 2011

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Summary: A 3-day non residential camp for secondary school students, especially for those taking their O-level exams in 2011. It was held on 21 to 23 November 2011. The objective was to allow these students to experience TP's way of life. Students were divided into 6 different groups (poprawk, glamrawk, grungerawk, fusionrawk, britrawk, punkrawk) and were taken on a tour of the different schools in TP. Lecturers were on hand to explain the types of diploma courses available, and under their expert guidance, students had a sneak peek into the courses that were of interest to them. One of the camp highlights was being entertained by celebrities from MediaCorp. Some of the activities held during the 3-day camp included sing along sessions, quizzes and games, sports especially water sports like canoeing in Bedok Reservoir, and the grand finale, "Jam and hop".

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Temasek Polytechnic first tree planting day

Date: 2000

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic first tree planting day was held at the Triangular Garden on 4 November 2000 during the National Clean and Green Week. Principal/PCEO Dr N Varaprasad together with deputy principals, Mr Ang Keng Loo and Mr Geoffrey Ng, led the nine Directors and 10 children from Kinderland Child Care Centre in the tree planting.

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Temasek Polytechnic second tree planting day

Date: 2001

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic held its second Tree Planting Day on 3 November 2001 in conjunction with the National Green and Clean Movement. Mr Boo Kheng Hua led the Directors and children from TP’s on-campus childcare centre in the tree planting. The irrigation system was also upgraded to facilitate the use of recycled rainwater for the landscapes.

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TPRAWKS 2011, day 2

Date: 2011

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Summary: A 3-day non residential camp for secondary school students, especially for those taking their O-level exams in 2011. It was held on 21 to 23 November 2011. The objective was to allow these students to experience TP's way of life. Students were divided into 6 different groups (poprawk, glamrawk, grungerawk, fusionrawk, britrawk, punkrawk) and were taken on a tour of the different schools in TP. Lecturers were on hand to explain the types of diploma courses available, and under their expert guidance, students had a sneak peek into the courses that were of interest to them. One of the camp highlights was being entertained by celebrities from MediaCorp. Some of the activities held during the 3-day camp included sing along sessions, quizzes and games, sports especially water sports like canoeing in Bedok Reservoir, and the grand finale, "Jam and hop".

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TPRAWKS 2010, day 2

Date: 2010

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Summary: A 3-day non residential camp for secondary school students, especially for those taking their O-level exams in 2010. It was held on 18 to 20 November 2010. The objective was to allow these students to experience TP's way of life. Lecturers from the different academic schools were present to explain the types of diploma courses available, and under their expert guidance, students had a taste of hands-on poly education. Some of the activities held during the 3-day camp included sing along sessions, team building games, solving puzzles and challenges and manoeuvering through various obstacles course like having their legs tied together with those of another student and navigating through spider webs, under tables and bamboo poles, mass dancing held at the sports hall, and sports especially water sports like dragon boating and canoeing in Bedok Reservoir. The grand finale, "Jam and hop" had students grooving to the music of DJ Andrew T and performances by local bands Sleeq and The Good Fellas.

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TPRAWKS 2010, day 3

Date: 2010

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Summary: A 3-day non residential camp for secondary school students, especially for those taking their O-level exams in 2010. It was held on 18 to 20 November 2010. The objective was to allow these students to experience TP's way of life. Lecturers from the different academic schools were present to explain the types of diploma courses available, and under their expert guidance, students had a taste of hands-on poly education. Some of the activities held during the 3-day camp included sing along sessions, team building games, solving puzzles and challenges and manoeuvering through various obstacles course like having their legs tied together with those of another student and navigating through spider webs, under tables and bamboo poles, mass dancing held at the sports hall, and sports especially water sports like dragon boating and canoeing in Bedok Reservoir. The grand finale, "Jam and hop" had students grooving to the music of DJ Andrew T and performances by local bands Sleeq and The Good Fellas.

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