“Selfish actions might cause unnecessary inconvenience for others.”
East Spring Secondary School
Appreciation for Cleaners
By: Janice Lee, Pour Jia Sen, Mark Low, Siti Nur’Ain, Wei Zhi, Kaye Anne, Rena Tan, Samuel Low
To show appreciation towards cleaners and inculcate responsibility in cleaning up after meals.
Patrons often fail to clear their plates after use at dining establishments, taking cleaners for granted.
Neighbourhood food court.
Made origami roses for about 100 cleaners and approached the public to educate them on being responsible in clearing up after their meals.
The public learnt that clearing up after themselves was in the interest of fellow dining patrons. The team also gained self-confidence through the project.
“Being kind is about learning to be responsible citizens and not taking public property for granted.”
By: Tan Mei Lian, Marcus Siang Jun Xian, Nur Ameerah Bte Nassirudin, Elwin Hoo, Liu Fang Hsu, Pragatheeswari D/O J
Raise awareness amongst shoppers on the importance of returning trolleys.
Abandoned trolleys at void decks or estate loading bays result in less trolleys for other shoppers at supermarkets, and are safety hazards for residents.
NTUC FairPrice at Tampines Mall.
The team designed posters and pamphlets, and went around the supermarket and designated trolley return points to explain to users the importance of returning trolleys.
Campaign was well received and most patrons were aware of the importance of returning trolleys. Some even provided suggestions on how to manage this issue.