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Classroom Block and Innovation Hub

Scroll over each photo to read what our students have to say about their favourite spot on campus!
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"A rainbow pierced through the lovely blue sky. A ray of colours, just like how RGS is to me: the classroom blocks, open areas, food stalls, my friends and teachers - a wide range of colours that brighten up my experiences as an RGS girl." - Stephanie, Year 1 student
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"My first week in RGS in my new classroom, with my new-found friends!" - Gwen, Year 1 student
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"School might seem dull at times, but beyond the black and white, there'll always be things and people that paint colour, letting it bleed into the monotone. The dull can hold motion too, weaving memories into action; what I call colour against monotone, still against life." Tan En, Year 3 student
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"The corridors outside our classrooms are paths we take everyday, but many of us overlook their importance. To me, they are the connection between classes, the string that pulls everything together, and the path in which teachers take to enlighten us each day!" - Shaylea, Year 2 student
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"The Sandbox is one of the first blocks that we see when we enter the school from the North Gate, and also where new ideas are born and friendships are forged!" - He Hua, Year 2 student

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"This is a common staircase at our classroom block used by teachers and students alike. This shared space connects us in a manner that you can always hear the chatters and lively spirits of the students walking up or down..." Rashi, Year 3 student
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"I've often wondered about the staircases that connect the school; the different levels, the different blocks, and even the different greetings exchanged amongst teachers and students. Though often overlooked, these concrete stairs bind the connections that we have, place by place in the school." Tan En, Year 3 student