Thursday, April 7, 2011

Activity 1: About Ilya Haider (11)

I feel that depression is a feeling that is felt when one feels dejected or ostracized. Loneliness is felt whenever we feel ignored and unwanted by people. Heartbreaks are felt whenever we are rejected by people close to you, heartbreaks can not necessarily be felt when out of love, but also if one of your very close friends betrayed your trust. Teenagers similar to me may feel all these feelings at once due to the stress and pressure of school life, social life as well as love life. Usually, some of these feelings are felt individually or in pairs along with guilt.

I feel that being different should be something that is appreciated, like I, for one, appreciate weapons like knives and swords. I feel that time and effort has been put into them to produce such wonderful, interesting and deadly items.

I feel that people should express their feelings openly to a certain extent. For example, if you have a grudge or extremely dislike the person, you should not announce it in public so as to not attract more attention or add fuel to the fire.

I deal with these problems by talking to a lot of people so that I get different perspectives. When I have different perspectives, I can assess the situation better. After the situation has been assessed I would know what to feel and how to deal with a situation like that in the future.

Activity about me myself and I!!(yifan)

What are your thoughts and feelings about being depression, loneliness, heartbreaks, being different from your peers, and having to put up a front? How do/would you deal with some of these issues.


My believe is that I do not believe in these feelings, as I like to remain positive and just to throw away these negative thoughts. I think that is you are depressed, you will have a hard time handling through the process of life as you will find life uninteresting and find that life is meaningless. Also, my definition of heartbreaks are something that makes you so sad that you go into the state of depression. What I think that the most common case of heartbreaks is you got dumped by your love, or you screwed up your exams. For the case of lovers, find someone that truly loves you, if not, just ignore him/her. For exams, you should just let it go, there is no point crying over spilt milk, so just study hard for the next exam.

I find that if you are different from your peers, you will stand out, and unique, so you should not be sad that you are different from the others, always think positively!

With the current advances of technology, loneliness will never come to you, and there is always someone to chat with.

Thats about all.

Activity 1: About Helene Tan (06)

I think that these issues are certainly hard to face, but everyone has to face them at some point of time. I think that we should take these sort of problems as they come, but try to be prepared for them as well. All these issues have a solution, but it is different for everyone, although getting advice from others can help. I think it is important to support your friends if they are going through these troubles, as when anyone is experiencing these types of problems, they will definitely need a friend to talk to. Perhaps doing something you enjoy rather than moping around will be good.

If I had problems like these, I would probably keep them to myself at first, but eventually tell others about my problems. I think that I would keep them to myself at first, as I would not want to trouble others.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Activity 1: About Pasakorn Konwohrachet (18)

What are your thoughts and feelings about being depression, loneliness, heartbreaks, being different from your peers, and having to put up a front? How do/would you deal with some of these issues.

First of all, I would like to say that human psychology is a big concept and we should explore it from many different perspectives.

I find that depression is seen as common amongst teenagers and we all have it at some point or another. It just depends on how serious it is, or how long it is. When faced with depression, it is best to relieve oneself of the torture depression gives, by doing all sorts of things. I, personally, would cure depression (and loneliness) by watching TV. (I'm a bit of a couch potato)

Heartbreaks in teenage years are very common. What I would suggest would be to not going into a relationship any time when one is still coping with work or studies.

Being different is good. It gives oneself the uniqueness that others don't have. It's like the tastes of foods. Every plate of food has a unique taste. So why should we think so much about being different?

Having to put up a front because of a lie is horrible, and we should never do that, unless we are forced to.

Thank you for reading this post.

Activity 1: About Kimberly Ong (5)

What are your thoughts and feelings about depression, loneliness, heartbreaks, being different from your peers, and having to put up a front? How do/would you deal with some of these issues.

In my opinion, feeling depressed, lonely is common among the teenagers. Teenagers like us often feel down due to peer pressure, studies. It does not really matter how depressed or lonely you feel but how you deal with these negative feelings. If the feelings are not controlled properly, it might affect their studies, relationship with others and theirs mental health. Some of my ways of dealing with these issues will be talking to friends, writing them down on platform like Twitter where our my good friends has access to and listening to music.

Being different from your peers is a good thing. If we are all the same, what is so unique about each of us? Some of us might think that we must have the same products our peers have in order to blend in and not be a outcast. However, why blend in when you can stand out? For example, I have this weird facial expression when I do not smile. I do feel upset when my friends make fun about it but that is why set me different from others right?

Having to put up a front is tiring. Sometimes people put up a front so that their close ones do not worry about them. Some just do not want to explain when people ask why they are upset so they pretend they are happy instead. Personally, I think that people who put up a front need to know that they need to give themselves a break sometimes from the mask they having been wearing. If they did not, they lost their real self. Do confess to someone or even your pets that is trustworthy when you need a break.

Kimberly Ong

Friday, March 25, 2011

Activity 1: About Arthur Lee (08)

What are your thoughts and feelings about being depression, loneliness, heartbreaks, being different from your peers, and having to put up a front? How do/would you deal with some of these issues.
I think that everyone will feel every variety of feelings such as depression, loneliness, heartbreaks, being different from your peers, and having to put up a font, everyone feels that way at least a few times in their lives. Depression or being emotional or emo as we youngsters call it, happens to teenagers all the time because of things like sometimes isolation and heartbreaks or even the feeling of self worthlessness. Loneliness can be resulted by isolation and being different in a certain way, such a way that people might not get along with that person. Heartbreaks happen to all people, most people have very high expectations in their relationship but in reality, this may not be true. Most people have to put up fronts when they face adversity, we all wanna be strong and thus people do that. For these feelings, I think that some consolation and just being there for that friend to support him or her will make a world of difference to that person.

Activity 1: About Norul (04)

I feel that depression is self-inflicted. Everyone has the power to bring themselves out of misery if they wanted to. Somehow, I think teenagers are purposely bringing themselves to the state of depression by thinking negative thoughts. Everyone should be thinking positive thoughts, but not too optimistic, because life does have it’s ups and downs. When I feel depressed (which I rarely do), I listen to really upbeat music to get my mood up and then reassure myself that everything is going to be alright.

Loneliness can be cured by socializing. Don’t wait for others to come to you; you make the first move by starting a conversation or asking a friend to hang out. Heartbreaks at this age is kind of stupid, and I feel that it can be avoided by not expecting so much in a relationship.

I feel that in being different from your peers means being yourself. Everyone is unique, so technically everyone is different. I’ve heard of a quote, it said that “Everyone is born an original, so don’t die a copy.” I think that everyone should be themselves and not change for others. It is better to be disliked for who you are, at least you know you are being true to yourself, rather than being liked as someone you’re not. Imagine how boring it would be if everyone was following everyone, and there was no originality or uniqueness in this world.

Activity 1: About Roy Chua (09)

I feel that depression is a feeling that is felt when one feels dejected. Loneliness is felt whenever we feel ignored and unwanted by people. Heartbreaks are felt whenever we are rejected by people close to you, heartbreaks can not necessarily be felt when out of love, it could also be felt when a sibling starts to hate you for something that you have done. Despite these feelings being different in their own way, many situations nowadays would make us experience these feelings altogether, along with other feelings like guilt, and is not too normally felt separately.

I feel that being different should be something that is appreciated, like I, for one, have not met anyone who likes mythical creatures like dragons as much as I do. It is these special things about us that allow us to make friends and be unique.

I feel that putting up a front is to prevent people from seeing your true feelings. Some people do this when they are depressed, lonely, heartbroken, and so on, to not let people worry about them or to not seek attention. Some people put up a front to hide their true personality and to let people have a different impression of them. I feel this would be bad, as no matter how hard we try to put up a front, our true personality is bound to be revealed in due time.

I deal with these problems by drawing if I have the time. The drawing would then be based on my feelings, if I am sad, the drawing would be in darker colours and have a colder atmosphere, and if I am angry, more vivid colours like bright red or orange would be used and the picture would have a heavy atmosphere. Other times, when I have less time, I would say out my feelings to close friends, and hoping that nothing would be disclosed to others.

Activity 1: About Matthew Wong (20)

I feel that these are hard problems that most people face at some point of their lives, and is completely normal. These problems all can be solved, although some may be harder to resolve than others. 

I would deal with these problems by forgetting about them and moving on as it is useless to keep on thinking about the problems and not doing anything.

Activity 1: About Helene Tan (06)

I think that these issues are certainly hard to face, but everyone has to face them at some point of time. I think that we should take these sort of problems as they come, but try to be prepared for them as well. All these issues have a solution, but it is different for everyone, although getting advice from others can help. I think it is important to support your friends if they are going through these troubles, as when anyone is experiencing these types of problems, they will definitely need a friend to talk to.

If I had problems like these, I would probably keep them to myself at first, but eventually tell others about my problems. I think that I would keep them to myself at first, as I would not want to trouble others.

Activity 1: About Millie Thng (07)

These are challenges that teenagers face, but I really wonder why. What is the point of getting depressed anyway? Maybe they cannot help it. If they do not want to suffer heartbreaks, then don’t bother about looking for a relationship. I feel that some of these challenges became a “challenge” to teenagers because they are the ones who started it,they are the ones who created the problem, or in Chinese : 自找麻烦.

Although I have read many poems and stories in the book, and I have seen examples in real life, I still do not get why life is so dramatized. Why do people choose to be depressed? Why do people choose to be lonely? Why? In case you are thinking “oh they can’t choose” well, they can. If you are depressed due to an incident, then get out of it! I mean if I find out that I am unusually down, then I would watch a lot of cheerful videos to make me feel happier, or find out what is the root of the problem. Why do teenagers like to dwell in depression? It is the same issue regarding loneliness. If you are lonely, go out there and find a friend! Even if you cannot find a friend, then have a toy accompany you or something. That is what I do. I have a keychain bear that whenever I feel lonely (rarely though) I would take it out and talk to it. Teenagers suffer heartbreaks because they seek relationships too early and therefore are unable to take it when the other party breaks up with them. If I were them, I would not even bother. I mean, if the other party breaks up with you, then the other party is at the losing end and they are not worth your time. I do not think there is anything wrong about being different from others. Being different means you are unique, which means you are special. I do not think there is anything wrong about putting up a front, or else you would see people crying all over the streets. One thing for sure, if they are upset deep down, they should find someone to talk to.

I feel that life is too short to be fighting with these issues. I’d rather live a carefree and happy life. People need to learn to take things easily

Activity 1: About {Tshin Qi Ren (19)}

What are your thoughts and feelings about being depression, loneliness, heartbreaks, being different from your peers, and having to put up a front? How do/would you deal with some of these issues.

Everyone of us faces different challenge everyday. We need to find a way to cope with it if not, if we just simply ignores it, just like a rubber band, people would snap and break down. That is when all the more serious trouble comes in. Those people tend to get more emotional when they are in the break down time and tend to hush people away from them. But I'm sure deep inside them, they want someone caring. Someone who would go over and talk to them, make them feel good, make them happy again.
Depression is something that is scary to me. We teens often say that this guy or that guy is "emo-ing" and that is already very heartbreaking and makes the friends, people around them to be very sad. But what happens when it finally comes to depression. It would be way worse.
Loneliness is a part of everyday life. Some people prefer to be alone. Some prefer to have the accompany of friends. But mostly, the latter. Well, lets ask who do not want to have friends? If the entire world's human population is dead, would you still want to stay alive? Some people would say yes, some no. For me, nope. I see no meaning in life when I am the last man on Earth. People think loneliness is a very simple thing. This just proves that they never experienced the real loneliness. They are simply being very bored and are alone. Some big example is Naruto. I know its an anime but its true. He was rejected by his fellow friends and life was very difficult for him. He had no friends and EVERYONE in his village look upon him with scary eyes like "why is this plague doing here?".
Heartbreaks come almost everyday when you feel disappointed. There is also a heartbreak when you have a crush on someone and that person rejects you. Personally, I never felt the latter heartbreak before but the disappointment, yes I did. Being different from peers, I actually do not think much of this. Everyone is unique in their own ways and their own manner. Personally, I look different from others because of the scar between my mouth and the nose. Its a touchy subject for me and I do not really wish to talk about it. However, I did not really mind the difference and still live the same way as my friends does. This issue, I do not really see it at all.
Putting up a face is hiding the pain from others. If its done with a good purpose, its just a fancy name for white lies. My mum does it. Sometimes, she had quarrels with my dad and when she phones home, China, to her mum. She says nothing is wrong. This kind I think its acceptable as it is to prevent other from worrying... But for the storybook case, they are talking about teens hiding their sadness from others and make it like they are normal. When they are all alone at home, they would curl into a ball and start to cry, feeling hurt all over again. Its a very tiring job as its just abnormal to pretend to be someone else when your feeling hurt, sad deep down inside your heart.

Personally, the best method is to write. Speech it down. Be it type into a document, write in a diary or talk to someone. They are the best methods around.They serve as 2 different purpose. 1. To help you vent your feelings and make it better. 2. Next time when you grow up, you chance upon this old and rusty book. You open it and find yourself so foolish. You would read it and this is the book you been feeling your emotions with... That is when you would have a good laugh. Why not? You feel happy for the time being as you vent all your frustration and next, you laugh more when your older, more mature.

In the end, we must really enjoy our life, sit back relax and have fun with your current friends after all, you might not see them again anymore... Forgive and forget. Life is not about making grudges. Having grudges in life is also bad for health. Since we are given the will to live. Might as well take good use of it.

Enjoy life. Have fun. =D

Activity 1: About Fatin Zafirah (02)

Feeling depressed or lonely? It is common among teenagers mostly because we are still immature and therefore we can not control our emotions that well. This is just my opinion, no offense to anyone. Though it is common, if it is not solved, it can lead to other problems such as bad grades, bad behaviors etc. I would deal with depression and loneliness by talking to my friends or just to hang out with my friends. That way, I would feel like I have a sense of belonging in this world. Even just doing something fun or relaxing will help take the pain away.

Being different from my peers? For a starters, I am not a boy. So I guess that is being different from the boys. However, everyone is different in their own special way. Being different is not something that is bad or wrong, it is actually the opposite. If everyone had the same personality or background, life would be well lifeless?

Activity 1 : About Serene Fong (03)

What are your thoughts and feelings about being depression, loneliness, heartbreaks, being different from your peers, and having to put up a front? How do/would you deal with some of these issues.

I think that there is really no need to be depressed, lonely, heartbroken, feel different from our peers nor putting up a front. Even though everyone has their ups and downs, being depressed is a strong word but depression can be controlled. No matter what the situation is, we should always try and rectify our mistake and look on the bright side, to think positively. Whenever we feel lonely, we can always find a friend to talk to and keep us company. If they are all busy, we can always find ways and means to entertain ourselves. We can get a hobby involving a club so that we get to interact with people and not feel lonely. When we like someone, we should not feel hurt because of that person. If we like that person then it should be simple not with all those mixed feelings. If you get hurt because of that person, then it is not worth. We should simply learn from our mistakes. We are all same but different at the same time. We all are unique and special in our own way. However, like the book “Inventing Elliot” is says that we have to stand out just enough to fit in. Thats what many of us fit into, we all stand out at some point and this makes us all fit in. We should not put up a front. If we do that, others will never get to know the real us and everything will be a lie. No one wants to live a lie hence we should not need to put up a front. After a while of putting up a front, we will lose sight of who we really are and that is scary.

Activity 1 : About Ho Jun Hui (10)

What are your thoughts and feelings about being depression, loneliness, heartbreaks, being different from your peers, and having to put up a front? How do/would you deal with some of these issues.

First of all, everyone feels these feelings, who doesn't? It is just a matter of how much you feel it or not. If one person is exceptionally sentimental, he will generally feel more pain of a heartbreak compared to a person who changes partners every now and then. Depression comes very naturally in our daily lives, for the stress, the need for rest, the emotions, just about everything is overwhelming. There are times when one just needs to shut down an restart again, but shutting down and not restarting is not an option. Maybe you need more time, maybe you need support? Voice it out. As for lonliness, it is impossible to not feel loneliness at some point of time, and at a certain degree, some people do try to make a lot of friend by being popular. But is it really that useful? Do fair-weathered friends stay on? It's very hard to determine within this world of lies and fake faces that we live in, and we all do put up a front, to hide what we have underneath. Insecure people tend to look like they are more confident when they are actually shaking inside, and the best part is, other people are much more concerned with putting up their own fronts that they don't even notice! They just think everything is normal.

How to deal with this issues? Writing it down might help, but then if it falls into the wrong hands, it might be bad. Always secure your deep emotions and feelings if you really want to write them down to help. Or reflect on the things that have been done, reflection always helps, and it might provide you with a solution to problems that you have not yet done.

Activity 1: About Reuven Lim (14)

What are your thoughts and feelings about being depression, loneliness, heartbreaks, being different from your peers, and having to put up a front? How do/would you deal with some of these issues.

I have personally dealt with some of these issues before. It isn’t a joke. I have resolved it by having a realistic expectation of life, working by logic and reason, setting a goal of low-stress high performance. I feel inadequate with my peers because of my looks, but I don’t care because most people go through puberty as well. I don’t put up a front, and try to act as honest as possible to my friends.

Activity 1: About Denise Lim (1)

Personally, I think that dealing with such issues is a common issue for teenagers. However, if we do not overcome them or do something about these problems, it will build up and become a serious issue. For they would make us think of negative thoughts and remain stuck in the past. This is bad as it prevents us from continuing on with life. Depression will cause us to just fill sadness and pain, and it will make us to not spend our youth life well. Being lonely is common, however, if we do not go out and make friends or interact with others, then we will remain lonely and appear anti-social. We will not have any friends to support us or be there for us when we are in times of need. Heartbreaks can cause us to have a break down, depending on its severity. It is unhealthy for us as heartbreaks will make us think of the negative thoughts and feel pessimistic. We might even come up with reasons to deceive ourselves to hide the pain or fear. This kind of denial will only hinder us from continuing on with our life, therefore we should overcome these issues quickly when we face them.

Honestly, I do not think that being different from our peers is a big issue. I do not think that it is something that we should feel sad or brood about. Frankly, I think that everyone is different in their own ways and that is what makes us unique from one another. Hence, if we are different from our peers, we should have this thinking that we are unique and that is what makes us stand out from the rest. Moreover, it is because of these unique characteristics that others will remember us for. However, I feel that putting up a front hides our true colours and our true self. Teenagers generally put up a front to hide their feelings and emotions. This is really tiring as we always have to put up a front and be mindful that we do not blow our cover away. Over a long run, we will feel that it is very taxing on us and it is a burden to us.

My advice to deal with these issues are to write down our feelings and thoughts in a journal or a diary or talk to a close friend or adult. After which, write the solutions on how we can overcome these issues. If we are uncomfortable in writing it down on paper because we are afraid that others might see it, then write our feelings and thoughts on a piece of paper. After writing the solutions on how to deal with these issues, we can tear the paper out and tear it into pieces before throwing it in the dustbin. This will signify that we will not dwell in those unhealthy issues and that we will start afresh again.

Activity 1: About Jeremy Lai (13)

I think these are common issues for teenagers. Usually, teenagers who are depressed would be those who are experiencing loneliness, heartbreaks, or being bullied. Average teenagers are not depressed as they may claim to be, as they are just tired or sad most of the time when they say so. To combat loneliness, one can try to make a few friends, in or out of school, or spend more time with your family, neighbours, or relatives. Also, for people of our age, we should not be getting into relationships as many of us are not fully mature yet, so we would not really understand a relationship, so heartbreak would be inevitable almost all the time if one does get into a relationship.
There is no problem being different from your peers, and it should not be an issue for teenagers. As what many people say, be yourself, do not bother about what other people think about you(other than people paying you your salary when you work). Everyone is unique, so being different is normal, and you can still become friends with someone who is very different from you. I believe that real friends do not bother about your race, religion, or looks. They will still be by your side, having fun together, even if you are an alien.
Finally, there is no point putting up a front, as no one can put it up forever. There will be a time when you cannot support it any more, and those 'friends' which you made because of it will run away. Be honest, and make real friends who do not mind you.

Emotional basket case- low wei kang

Question for Blogging in your English blog

What are your thoughts and feelings about being depression, loneliness, heartbreaks, being different from your peers, and having to put up a front? How do/would you deal with some of these issues.


Being different is nothing, I mean, everyone is different, its whether you want to blend in (fancy word for saying "conform") or whether you want to stand out (fancy words for "trying to be popular")

you start spouting "words of wisdom(or just plain annoying theories)" just trying to help, people label you as a hypocrite, liar and ignore you, giving you the cold shoulder, you blend in and try being popular so people notice you through various means (gossip, rumors, okay fine, so everyone does it, its whether you hurt the person emotionally or not) and you get dragged into the popularity chain where you fight desperately to be the most popular (queen bee theory, somewhere in a book, I think its called habits of a something teenager) harming tons ad tons of people, so blend with it, or against it, either way, you'll look like a hypocrite, a loner or a hurtful person (I don't think person actually cuts it but if I used any other word, the english teacher will murder me)

apparently you can just hang out with your small group of pals (what you are supposed to do) but seriously, with a class so small everyones dragged under these classifications, so nothing much I can say about that, and yes, these are my thoughts, not a lecture.


low wei kang

Monday, March 21, 2011

Activity 1: About Hakeem ( 17 )

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Hi...I'm sorry if the video quality was bad.

Activity 1: About Fatin Zafirah (02)

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Activity 1: About Reuven Lim (14)

Aiyoyos sorry for the late submission. Better late than never huhs. WARNING: TRY NOT DO DRINK WATER WHILE WATCHING UNLESS EU WANNA SPOIL YR COM :D TEEHEES


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Activity 1: About Denise Lim (1)

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About ME, NORUL (4)

About Isaac (12)

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Ilya Haider's Task 1 English E-Learning

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About Wei Kang (15)

this is a stupid video, sorry. the volume is quite bad too. video

Activity 1: About Roy (09)

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This is my video, sorry if I am late, I had some problems with iMovie, and also, sorry for the pictures, they were a little rushed and anyways they were supposed to be cartoonish?

All the content in this video was done by me only, I did not take anything from the internet, so I guess no citation is needed?

About Qi Ren (19)

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Okay. I'm BORED now. Shall find some things to do.
Don't mind my background... Its JUST there. My room.
Have fun watching. I doubt you will... haha.

Activity 1: About Pasakorn Konwohrachet (18)

Sorry about the voice, guys. Sore throat. Am I the only one not showing my face in my video?



The Script


Hi, I’m Pasakorn Konwohrachet. And this is me.

Now, how should I introduce myself?

For starters, let me just say that I’m a Thai. I know, no big surprise there, huh?

There are a lot of things I like and things I hate. I won’t name them all. But I’ll be about a neutral presence to most people.

One thing I’m certainly interested in is plays. They provide a good way to imagine the stage and story. Some day, I hope, I can be an accomplished playwright myself.

Did I mention I hate sports? I find sports to be extremely violent (in most cases anyways). I’d rather sit back and read a quiet book. Aah…

Let me go a bit into my schools and studies.

As I’ve already said before, I’m neutral to any subject, class or teacher that comes my way.

Most students wouldn’t care about these anyway. These days, students care more about their ‘O’ Level results than their secondary school.

Another thing about school is time. Students nowadays hardly ever have free time. I remember recently reading an article, which says students are one of the first, and one of the last people on trains. What’s more, there’s a stack of homework at home waiting for him. Who can find free time?

This shall be the end of the introductory video. This was my life story.

Activity 1: About Helene Tan (06)

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Activity 1: About Zhang Yifan (21)

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Activity 1: About Serene Fong (3)

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Activity 1: About Kimberly Ong (5)

Activity 1: About Jeremy Lai(13)

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Activity 1: About Ho Jun Hui (10)

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Hi Jun Hui here, please don't laugh at this ridiculous video thanks~

Activity 1: About Millie Thng (07)

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Arthur's English video

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Enjoy, kinda lame I know.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Headlines

Which is stronger? Car or bus?

On Saturday, 40 students in a school bus collided with a parent who was also driving his child to school.

Accident headline

School bus collides with student's parent's car

On Friday, students of Everlast Primary School started their schoolday with a bang: a school bus carrying 38 students crashed into a student's parent's car.

2 Headlines-yifan

The Big Bang starts school-school bus crashed!

The universal Big Bang starts the solar system, but the accident's Big Bang starts school! A parent's car and a school bus are involved in morning accident at the gates of AB primary school when two drivers tried to get through that gate.


Idea 3.

Parents Bus-ted.

On Friday the 13, 2011, when an impatient parent rushing to school crashed into a school bus, severely injuring both parties. Mrs Porky was her son, Ba Kua, to school as it was raining heavily. The parent was sent to the hospital along with the other students she had injured with her reckless driving.

Headline

Bus involved in incident warned to drive car-efully
Parents told to avoid bus-y road

Schools Study Side Scenario: Car-ing for the Accident Victim

Students and teachers of Esplanade Secondary School were shocked when they heard a loud crash at 7am in the morning.

The school, one that has close relationship with Esplanade: Theatres on the Bay, is located near City Hall. Early shoppers and merchants turned their heads when a school bus crashed into a car.

Both parties were left with at least one injured. However, there were no deaths caused by the accident. Mr Finder, the principal of Esplanade Secondary, had no comments on the accident.

School bus carrying 40 gets into accident

On 14 January 2011, around 7am, a school bus carrying 40 students has gotten into an accident near the entrance of Secondary School Secondary School with a parent's car.

Mr Porky, the parent, was extracted from his car with nothing more than bruises, shielded by airbags. He was driving his son Porky Jr. to school this rush-hour morning.

According to eyewitness accounts the car was speeding down the bend into the school.

Fortunately, the large ComfortDelGro bus being driven by Mr Tan carrying 40 students had no injuries or significant damage.

No injuries were reported, though Mr Porky probably needs his car insurance now.

headlines

School bus crashes into parent's vehicle
On Wednesday, a parent's car crashed into a school bus when they were bringing school kids to Asjrwhk Primary School, at Lala Street.

Headlines for car accident

Car crashes in School Bus, causing a chaotic scene.

At the first day of school, the sleepy bus driver drove his bus at a slow pace. Jamming the school gate. With over 10 cars waiting outside, a car dashes across and crashed into the bus. Both parties got out of car/bus and started scolding each other...

Creating a Headline - Kimberly

When Vehicles Collide...

What will happen when a school bus collide with a parent's car? The Principal and the parents had their own opinions regarding yesterday's incident that happened in the car park of ABC college.

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School bus and car collides

On a Monday morning, a parent's car entering the school gate of XYZ Primary School, did not notice an incoming school bus, involving both of the vehicles in a car accident. Fortunately, all 32 students, bus driver and parents did not suffer any form of injury.