IEP: Auld Lang Syne

“Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And never brought to mind?
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And auld lang syne!”
This Scottish Poem “Auld Lang Syne” written by Robert Burns in 1788 is a good emotional call for our former IEP students coming back to visit us sometimes. Wherever they have settled in different grades of Junior School and Middle School, the bonds of friendship and good memories they shared about IEP always bring them together. It is also a wonderful retrospection experience for them revisiting our teaching and learning activities, students and teachers and the outcomes of studying in IEP from their mainstream viewpoints. This week, they joined the Focus and Meditation Class with engaged observation, discussion and friendly jokes as well.

The curiosity between the old and the new is mutually intriguing towards each other, but the Friendships of IEP last forever. We are so pleased to see they have kept such a good relationship going as living evidence of Continuous Learning and Communicators.
Welcome back IEP fellas, whenever you miss our great embarking port of your next destination!

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