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new campus workers appreciation & Token Ceremony

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On behalf of the school, RGS key personnel visited our new campus construction site on 22 April 2019 to present tokens of appreciation to the 600 construction workers who have been working hard to build our campus. The tokens, which included biscuits, packet drinks and RGS memorabilia were generously donated by staff, students and parents as part of a student-driven school-wide donation. We thank all staff, students and parents who have contributed one way or another in showing our appreciation to the team of workers building our new home at Braddell!

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They were also brought on a mini tour of the campus after the appreciation ceremony.

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RGS NEW CAMPUS @ BRADDELL - GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY

The Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new RGS Campus @ Braddell took place in the morning of 12 August 2017. Guest-of-Honour for the event was Dr Amy Khor, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources, and Ministry of Health.

The event marked another milestone in RGS' 138 -year history. In breaking ground for the building of the RGS New Campus, we are symbolically laying the foundation for RGS to set a new benchmark for learning spaces that are student-focused, environmentally friendly and inclusive of the community around us.

Click here to view a short clip of the ceremony put together by our Year 3 students Chen Yunxi, Wynsey and Phee Shayne.

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RGS NEW CAMPUS @ BRADDELL - DESIGN UNVEILING

On 17 February 2017, RGS unveiled our New Campus Design to all students and staff.​​​

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Photo by Tang Lok Weng (RGS Photographic Society)

On 17 February 2017, RGS unveiled our New Campus Design to all students and staff. Guests included our Board of Governors, former Principals, the RGS Alumnae Exco members, the Parents for RGS Association Exco members, MOE partners and the building consultants.

Our new campus @ Braddell will continue to nurture the RGS identity and a sense of belonging. The design encapsulates the heritage and culture of the school while allowing it to respond to future needs. It will also allow for the continuity of the school's programmes while supporting 21st century learning and teaching. Multi-modal learning spaces will facilitate different ways of learning.

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rgs new campus fund raising banquet

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Since our announcement in 2012 of the plan for RGS to move to a new campus in 2018, RGS has embarked on a New Campus fundraising effort to achieve our vision of a campus that will not only nurture future generations of RGS girls, but will also serve the nation as well. Many RGS alumni and supporters from the business community have contributed to our fundraising efforts.

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To thank our supporters and to mark the first year of our fundraising efforts, the RGS New Campus Fund Raising Banquet was held on 26 September 2013 at the Orchard Hotel Grand Ballroom. The evening featured performances by our very own performing arts CCA groups Strings Ensemble and Choir, as well as well-known RGS alumni such as Ms Joanna Dong, Ms Ruth Ling, Ms Rani Singam and Ms Stefanie Sun. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, graced the event as Guest-of-Honour.

Click here to view more pictures from the event.

an afternoon of passion

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A Gala Tea was held on 9 March 2013 at the Evelyn Norris Hall to celebrate the official launch of Consuming Passion: Memories From The Rafflesian Table, a cookbook with a heart-warming Rafflesian legacy of gastronomic treasures, where distinguished alumnae, current and past teachers and principals have generously shared delicious family heirloom recipes.

The afternoon of tea saw a concert directed by RGS alumna Beatrice Chia-Richmond, with performances by The Jeremy Monterio Trio, RGS alumna Rani Singam and RGS Performing Arts Groups. Former President Mr S. R. Nathan also graced the event as Guest-of-Honour.

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