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SPIRIT PROPAGATION DAYS

As one of our main objectives for the 2013-2014 academic year, the Prefect Council aimed not merely to build and encourage school spirit during Spirit Week but also to maintain that spirit throughout the entirety of the academic year. Thus, two spirit propagation days were hosted: one in the first term (to get the ball rolling) & another at the end of the second term (to keep the ball rolling).

THROWBACK TUESDAY:
On November 19, 2013, Immaculate experienced her first ever Throwback Tuesday which was geared towards building school spirit by reflecting on our younger years. The students and teachers were permitted to wear their hair in child-like styles with blue and white hair accessories and carry cartoon themed school bags and lunch kits. Sixth formers were also permitted to wear their lower school uniforms. There were games on the lawn during lunch such as Chinese skip, Dandy Shandy and skipping in addition to the 'Who can sing that theme song?' competition.

The Head-Girls were dressed as cartoon characters and also hosted the 'Who can guess that cartoon character?' competition. There was also a DJ on the lawn that played the "hit toons and tunes" from the early 21st century. After school, the classic Lion King movie was shown in the Audio Visual Rooms.

NERD DAY:
On March 14, 2014, The Prefect Council merged with ISUM to host Nerd/Pi Day. This day helped to enhance school spirit while encouraging a passion for learning and academics. Students and teachers were permitted to wear nerd glasses, suspenders and high socks to school on this day. During lunch there was a pie sale and a circumference bake sale. There were games on the lawn which included pi charades, pi scotch, pi relay, pie eating competition and a nerd dance off. The events of the day were coupled with nerd-themed charity as donations of stationery items were also collected for donation to the Constant Spring Primary School.