Upcoming & Past Happenings
Take a look at our enriching school activities
We believe that extra-curricular activities greatly enhance the school experience of our students and bring a lot of benefit to the students. Not only does it give our students a positive outlet for their energy, they also benefit from opportunities to learn in ways that may not be an option by simply concentrating on academics. Of course, our school activities also give our students a chance to enjoy their school life and make lasting memories for a lifetime!
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We are in the New Norm
Wesley Methodist School Seremban (Private) welcomed the students back to school with a myriad of safety precautions implemented. Take a glimpse of all the safety precautions implemented when Wesley Methodist School Seremban (Private) welcomed the students back to school.
WMSSP Student Artwork
Geometrical mosaic art - common in the Mediterranean from the 8th century BC, was introduced to the lower secondary to be drawn on the doors of our school. The students did not only learn a form of ancient art but used mathematics in this project.
We had a fire drill. The local fire department was there to educate us on fire safety and demonstrate how to put out a fire using a fire extinguisher. Teachers and students alike were given a chance to put out flames ourselves, too.
Safety Talk from Fire Prevention Centre
Mr. Seng Diamond, a certified lecturer from the Fire Prevention Centre, came to share his knowledge on fire prevention with our staff. An active question-and-answer session was carried out and some new insights on the characteristics of fire, danger of flame and smoke, steps of overcoming fire was gained.
Our prefects, monitors and librarians were sworn in during our Installation day. Badges and contracts were presented by our principal, Mdm Liu. Lew Wen Kai (prefects), Hulger Leong (monitors) and New Howen (librarians) led the installed students in their recitation of their pledges.
Trip to KLPac
38 students together with 4 teachers made our way to the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre to see a theatre adaptation of William Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'. The production was completely done by a cast of 6 men, all of whom played multiple roles including providing the stage, lighting, and music cues as well as stage management. It gave us a glimpse into the world of the performing arts and the passionate people behind it.
Prefects, Librarians, Monitors, Assistant Monitors, CCA Presidents, EMT Team and Chapel Team, a total of 67 students, had a leadership camp in school, with the objective to develop basic principles of leadership among students.
For 4 days, a total of 12 boys and 6 girls participated in MSSD Badminton Tournament 2020 in SMK Senawang.