Teachers’ Party on 7 Oct 2011

18 Oct

It was a joyful Friday!

After an intense morning at Math Hub’s centralised Teachers’ Workshop, the core management team and a few trainers from other centres were invited to Math Arena for a feast!

Our very own in-house “celebrity” chef, Aunty Doris, gave us a quasi-gourmet experience with the finest home-cooked food. She brought out the full aroma in her simmered curry chicken with potatoes. By the way, Miss Fan ate at least three bowls full of the spice-filled stuff and her faint “curry-moustache” proved it was that lip-smacking good! The sambal sotong served atop the warm baked bread was simply irresistible for everyone. The next highlight — deluxe steamed mock abalone served warm on a bed of broccoli, was not only rich in texture but also a visually delightful art piece with its mix of colours. Also on the food team, our quiet but wonderful Shu Hua put on table the staple fried bee hoon and a delicious fruit platter, Simple and Yummy!

There are many reasons to celebrate. But mostly, we want to celebrate the promotion of Mr. Damian Lee to Centre Manager. Having shown himself as a competent and excellent trainer, Damian progresses to now co-lead the team at Math Arena. Yeah!

Thanks to Ms. Persis, who brought up this cheerful idea of having a party! It was a great platform to exchange ideas with colleagues from other centres and arrange for further collaboration in teaching for the coming year……. sharing our joys in running the centres and problems alike, all in the hope of a better Math Arena.

Enjoy more  pictures!

By Fan


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