Blossom Edugroup came together on 1 December 2012 at NTUC Auditorium to recognise and honour their preschool graduates. It was a very memorable annual event for Blossom Aspiration Centre as it was their first graduation concert!
Preparations started two months before the concert. Teachers choreographed the dance, designed and made the props, sourced for costumes and make ups and scheduled daily rehearsals. Finally, the children with smiles on their faces, went up the stage and bravely showed off their items for this year’s theme “Back to the Oldies”. Parents were proud of their children’s performances as demonstrated in their loud applause.
Everyone loves this catchy tune from the warm-hearted series in Singapore 《早安老师》during the 80’s and its catchy tune. The confident K1s and K2s clad in bright coloured uniforms presented their childhood and fun in learning through this musical drama. Captivated by the highlight of the concert, the audience watched and swayed their head along. The familiar scene brings warmth to everyone’s heart. It earned the loudest cheer of the night.
Hooray to our first time performers, Nursery 1 children who danced with zest during their Chinese performance 《敲敲门》! Look at how they knocked on the ‘doors’ and shook their bottoms in their multi-tier denim skirts and pants. At the right timing, they pick up their flower bouquets and moved along with the beat of the music. They boldly twisted and spun around to mark the end of the rock and roll. Bravo!
Wow! Our talented dancers Nursery 2 children danced to their hearts’ content with their jaunty movements. With shimmering wedding rings as props, the children enjoyed the co-operation and co-ordination in their movements to this light-hearted music number. The audience held on tight to their seats as they watched the performance in awe. They rocked the stage off!
The audience was totally mesmerised by the rhythmic beats performed by the K1s and K2s as they created music with recycled materials. Brightly painted recycled bottles filled with beans can make good instruments too. Oh! Shake them up! Indeed, they rocked the house by presenting a lively and energetic performance, ‘I Want to Hold your Hand’, a popular song in the 60s. It is not easy at all to sing, dance and play instruments at the same time. Thumbs-up to the little stars!
Aim high, graduates! Live your dream. Climb the ladder with success! BAC will surely miss all of you.