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Mon 14 May 2007

AWWA School Kids visit the Raffles Museum

Category : education

A very special day for very special children.

Fri 11 May 2007 - Seven children from the Asian Women's Welfare Association (AWWA) School visited the Raffles Museum's Public Gallery in the morning. They were led by seven volunteer guides: Joelle, Zeehan, Ngan Kee, Oi Yee, Laura, Eunice and Luan Keng. Museum director Peter Ng made a special appearance to say "hi" to the children.

The children were so excited about their first visit to this museum that they went around the gallery at least three times! The guides prepared specimens for them to feel and touch. and played a "match-the-habitat" game which they all enjoyed. The children certainly had a rewarding time.

This is the first special programme Raffles Museum has had with the AWWA School and we look forward to more trips in future.

Photographs by Tan Heok Hui. See all the photos here.

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