Let's Rock It
Who would have thought a lone voice from our little red dot would emerge as first runner-up in a high-profile competition like Sing! China? Yes, he is Nathan Hartono, and TJC is honoured to have him as our special guest in this year’s Mother Tongue Fortnight Mandopop Concert.
College Day Homecoming Carnival!
Join us for games, food, sale of 40th Anniversary commemorative items, live performances, sports (past vs present students), jumble sale and so much more! Bring your family and friends!
Mother Tongue Fortnight 2017: The Beginning
Mrs Low, our principal, kicked off the Mother Tongue Language (MTL) Fortnight with a bang by hitting a “gong”, while two colourful “bunga manggar” shone brightly behind her.
Celebrating International Friendship Week
TJ prides itself on its diversity. We celebrate the differences which makes all of us unique. And also the common bonds that makes us a community even though some of us come from distant shores.
A group of J1 and J2 Art Students took a trip to the STPI Creative Workshop and Gallery at Robertson Quay where they were given the chance to learn all about paper making with bean sprouts as well as other foods.
Chemistry Needed In History?
You must be wondering – what does chemistry have anything to do with history? Well, everything! In fact, chemistry was the key ingredient in our IP students' recipe to winning this year’s Prove It! Competition.
One Team, One Dream, One Temasek – Ignite 2017
Temasek Ignite is an event to commemorate the beginning of the competition season for the Sports and Performing Arts groups. It serves as a platform to ignite the Temasek Flame by having the entire school come down to support the TJCians who will participate in the upcoming competitions.
Passion. Purpose. Satay.
Every year, on the last day of the first term, TJ hosts a unique celebration which probably won’t appear on any other calendars but its own. With a congregation of excellent company and an oasis of mouth-watering food, this event commemorates the end of Term 1. This exclusive event is none other than the annual Satay Party.
Marina Budhos: Growing Up In A Post 9/11 World
In conjunction with the Singapore Writers Festival’s “Words Go Round” Talks and the TJC ACE week programme, the IP4 students were graced with the presence of Ms Marina Budhos, a critically acclaimed author from the United States.
Finding Your Calling - Career, Scholarships and Higher Education Fair 2017
The annual Career, Scholarships & Higher Education (CSHE) Fair was back in Temasek Junior College. The CSHE Fair featured more than 40 booths from the public service, private companies and higher education institutions. Temasek Press managed to catch up with some students, speakers and alumni.
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