Catholic Students’ Interschool Activity

On May 11, the upper primary students from our school and Instituto Salesiano (IS) came together for an enriching interschool activity. This annual event provides a valuable opportunity for the students to share their religious education learnings, build connections, and deepen their understanding of catechism.


The exchange began with a guided tour of our school's Chapel of the Holy Spirit. Our students led their IS peers in a brief introduction to our school's patron, St. Francis of Assisi, as well as other important saints like St. Clare, St. Rose of Lima, and St. Anthony of Padua. Then, they visited our school's dedicated Religion Room - the hub for our weekly "Thanks God It's Friday" activities. Here, the students were introduced to the structure and role of our CATSO (Catholic Students’ Association). After an engaging activity "3712 CATcards" led by Mr. Music, students from the two schools exchanged souvenirs and gifts with one another. We ended the exchange with Fr. Rafael leading an action song and final blessing, sending the students off on a high note.


We would like to extend our special thanks to our CATSO members, teachers from both schools, and the enthusiastic students who made this interschool activity such a success. This provides an invaluable opportunity in fostering religious education, building relationships, and strengthening the bond between our school communities.


We look forward to many more opportunities for our upper primary students to engage in meaningful exchanges like this one with Instituto Salesiano in the future.