Are you ready to sing, dance and have some fun? Yes, it is the time for Scholar Base’s annual Open Day again and all are welcome!
Date : 28th September 2014, Sunday
Venue: Scholar Base, Lot G-04, Scott Garden Complex,289 Jalan Klang Lama.
There will be drama performances, storytelling, singing and there’s also a time sensitive and everyone will be given a free door gift. There is an exclusive promotional Offer for new registration on that day. Don’t miss out.
Why We Have The Open Day
Scholar Base holds this annual event to showcase the students achievements and to share with the public the positive impact we have in supporting our students’ holistic growth and development.
It is a joyous event so the public and parents can visit the centre and the facilities, chat with our friendly teachers and watch the performances by their children.
Our students look forward to this excellent opportunity to demonstrate their speaking and acting skills confidently on stage to the public audience. Every student gets a chance to showcase their public speaking skills, and they have the opportunity act the characters they read in the story.
It is indeed rewarding to see the students achieving so much in the short time they spend with Scholar Base learning English through reading, writing and public-speaking.
The Programme Order
The programme kicks off with a welcome speech by Ms Tan Poh Lee, the programme director of Scholar Base.
Ms Poh Lee will explain how Scholar Base develops children’s English in a holistic approach and support the call for a change in education paradigm in Malaysia.
There will be an announcement of an exclusive promotion for registration on that day.
The promotional offer will include waiver of enrolment fee for registration within the first week of the Open Day. Additional promotion of two weeks free lessons for registration on the Open day.
The Fun Bit
We have a host of fun programmes lined up for you and the children will all be dressed up in costumes too!
Performances of the day include:
– Storytelling: ‘The Tiger and the Zebra’ by Ken Nesbitt
– Dramatic Performances of ‘The Achilles’ Revenge’ and ‘The Wind in the Willows’
– Poetry Recitations and more.