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THE HEART OF THE ARCHIPELAGO

 

The Children’s Ark Preparatory School congratulates all the winners of the Little Mr. & Ms Heart of the Archipelago and Mr & Ms Heart of the Archipelago! And we would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to the parents for their unending support. Mabuhay and to God be the glory and praise!

Congratulations Grand Winners Little Mr & Ms. Heart of the Archipelago
Cliff Matthew Mali (Nursery)
Bianca Badon (Nursery)

Mathew Rivas (Grade 2)
Jameerah Eduarte (Grade 4)

1st Runner – Up
Little Mr. & Ms Heart of the Archipelago
Gabriel Angelo Luna (K1)
Joan Fernandez (K2)

Mr & Ms Heart of the Archipelago
Gabriel Tolentino (Grade3)
Eunika Zhanin Mila (Grade2)

2nd Runner – Up
Little Mr. & Ms Heart of the Archipelago
Lebron Jay Sapallo (K2)
Shanel Bernice delos Reyes (k1)

Mr & Ms Heart of the Archipelago
Wai Pang Chung (Grade 4)
Dreionne Blodwyn Villena (Grade 5)

3rd Runner – Up
Little Mr. & Ms Heart of the Archipelago
Aston Lucas Antalan (Grade 1)
Ceanna Kaira Garduce (Grade 1)

Mr & Ms Heart of the Archipelago
Jaypee Jovenal (Grade 6)
Aviella Roldan (Grade 6)

Darlings of the Crowd
Little Mr. Gabriel Angelo Gio Luna (K1)
Little Ms. Ceanna Kaira Garduce (Grade 1)

Mr. Wai Pang Chung ( Grade 4)
Ms. Jameerah Eduarte (Grade 4)

Photogenic Awardees
Little Mr. Cliff Malig (K1)
Little Ms Joanne Fernandez (K2)

Mr. Wai Pang CHung (Grade 4)
Ms. Eunika Zhanen Mila (Grade 2)

Best in Traditional Attire
Little Mr. Ashton Lucas (Grade 1)
Little Ms. Bianca Badon (Nursery)

Mr. Jaypee Jovenal (Grade 6)
Ms. Eunika Zhanen Mila (Grade 2)

Winners of Best in Sports Attire
Little Mr. Lebron Jay Sapallo (K2)
Little Ms. Joanne Fernandez (K2)

Mr. Mathew Rivas (Grade 2)
Ms. Dreionne Blodwyn Villena (Grade5)

Best in Talent Winners
Little Mr. Lebron Jay Sapallo (K2)
Little Ms. Bernice delos Reyes (K1)

Mr. Matthew Rivas (Grade 2)
Ms. Aviella Roldan (Grade 6)

with Adrian Salim (Lakan Winner 2015)

Winners of Major Prizes
Drawn by Ms Vangie de Castro-Macabuhay
Television and Recording Co.
Former dancer/choreographer of Wea and Dyna Dancers

Winners of the first (5) Consolation Prizes
Drawn by one of our Judges, Ms Gia Ella Encarnacion
Former Ms TCAPS 2006

Winners of BEST IN TALENT
Little Mr. Lebron Jay Sapallo (K2)
Little Ms. Bernice delos Reyes (K1)

Mr. Matthew Rivas (Grade 2)
Ms. Aviella Roldan (Grade 6)

Winners of 2nd (5) Consolation Prizes
Drawn by another one of our Judges
Ms Shayne Esteves

Our appreciation to
Judges Ms. Vangie Makabuhay
Ms. Gia Ella Encarnacion
Ms Shayne Esteves
Host Paul Sargei Azurin
Sponsor Mogu Mogu
Coach Anthony and Coach Cholo
Admin of the Month Teacher Arlene /Teacher Karen
Sound System/Video Teacher Liza
Modeling/Dance Teacher Kellie and Teacher Irish
Decoration: teachers and staff

 

Heart of the Archipelago 2018 Opening Number

 

Ati Atihan Dance Number Elementary Grade Level with Coach Anthony Andrino

 

Guitar Presentation by the Higher Level Di Bale Na lang Kaya (Gary V) Umagang Kayganda (Bamboo) with Coach Cholo

 

Preschool Ati- Atihan Dance Number Blow the Whistle with Coach Anthony Andrino

 

Introduction of Candidates Mr & Ms Heart of the Archipelago

 

Welcome Number by the Candidates Little Mr..& Little Miss Heart of the Archipelago Mr.& Ms Heart of the Archipelago with Teacher Kellie and Teacher Irish

 

with Mogu Mogu Mascot

 

Production Number by the Candidates Circle of Life with Coach Anthony Andrino

 

 

Sports Wear by the candidates Little Mr. & Ms Heart of the Archipelago

Coronation Night 2018 Little Mr. & Ms Heart of the Archipelago Mr. & Ms. Heart of the Archipelago PSSC February 15, 2018 1-4pm

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TCAPS DAY CAMP AT LA MESA ECOPARK

How do you decide if your child is ready for a camp if he/she has never been to a camp? Trust the Scout Masters.

Some may not realize just how good the experience camping really is. Camping is a creative, educational, and cooperative outdoor living experience. It contributes significantly to physical, mental, spiritual, and social growth of it’s campers.

The Children’s Ark Preparatory School held a Day Camp last March 27 at the La Mesa Dam Ecopark in Quezon City. The Ecopark is an ecological nature reserve site which is part of the Angat-Ipo-La Mesa water system — the dam which supplies most of the water supply in Metro Manila.

A nice and cool place to walk around and commune with nature, the Ecopark is a great venue for camping. Our day camp was under the guidance of Teachers Kellie Grace Santos and Jona Biescas, our Scout Masters. Some of the activities include hiking, knot tying, mapping, neckerchief knots and folds, and other leadership skills training.

Our Scouts have come together to have fun and at the same time have a sense of independence as they try new adventures away from home.


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“A MUSICAL JOURNEY TO THE AGES”

Music is important in the learning process of children. It associates the correlation between student enjoyment and student interest. Singing — as an example — can be an alternative medium in teaching literacy, and developing oral communication sans the direct instructional modulation.

It is important that young students are immersed in an environment that promotes audible expression as an extra part of the curriculum.

The Children’s Ark Preparatory School believes in promoting music and giving children another means of self-expression, allowing them to artistically impart their feelings and emotions they bear, whether it be happiness, frenzy, or frustration. In a very real sense, this is building up their Emotional Intelligence.

More on our student’s EQ, The Children’s Ark Preparatory School held another musical gathering. Dubbed “A Musical Journey To The Ages” the event was held on February 11, 2017 at the Philippine Social Science Center Auditorium in UP Diliman. The musicale was a presentation of our young students’ talent in the field of music as they performed medleys of songs and dances from the Golden Oldies, or from the ’50s to the ’60s era.

The superb presentation was a result of the Coach Nino’s tireless effort in laying it out for everyone. The event was jazzed up by cool raffle prizes and a dance number from our very own faculty members.


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PHOTO ESSAY : THE HEART OF CHRISTMAS

It’s never too late for us adherents of that ‘better late than never’ quote. No lost opportunity here. What we have here is too special to be left out: the Children’s Ark Preparatory School’s December presentation of “The Heart Of Christmas.” A special recital held on December 19, 2016 at the Philippine Social Science Center in Diliman Quezon City.

The Heart of Christmas follows the story of the coming of Jesus; from the summoning of Joseph by the Angel to, ultimately, the birth of Christ.

The presentation is a staging moment for TCAPS’ students and a display of their flair in musicale rendering.
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Our young students performed their best. We could see how their confidence level blossoms. They just got up there in front of the people, aware that excellence is not of certainty, and the thought that “giving” their music to the audience is why they play music. It is meant to be shared.

TCAPS believes the important role music provides to the young minds. As a means of communication and expression of culture and individual identity. Young children are normally used to singing nursery rhymes.

Here, we boost their interest in music to infinity and beyond!

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Our young students are encouraged to take part in the recitals. Those who are just starting out on this musical path, the variety of their style, level, age and appearance is simply fascinating to watch.

A child must learn to think musically. And that is what will help assist the development of the child and their academic development. A music recital is kind of like-life.

But of course, anxiety accompanies a child’s performance on the stage. Tears, tantrums and tummy aches. All of these symptoms come along. They need to realize and be willing to be vulnerable in front of lots of people. Our students are aware that sharing with others is more important than the fear of not being perfect.

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Another smashing performance by the TCAPS students — to the delight of the audience, guests and parents — as they
share the stage for a very special evening which really deeply touches the viewers. And to the success of the TCAPS faculty. If these made the audience smile or even cry, they have done a really good job.

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LINGGO NG WIKA 2016: PINOY KA, PINOY AKO, PINOY TAYO

Ang “Buwan ng Wika” ay isa sa mga pinaka-aabangang kaganapan sa lahat ng mga paaralan, mapa-elementarya, sekondarya, at maging sa kolehiyo kada Agosto ng bawat taong-akademiko. Ayon sa Komisyon ng Wikang Filipino (KWF), ang tema ng pagdiriwang para sa taong kasalukuyan ay:

“Filipino: Wika ng Pambansang Kaunlaran.”

Ayon sa Memorandum #24 s. 2016 ng Department of Education, maaaring gamitin ng mga paaralan ang mga sumusunod na sub-tema sa pag-oorganisa ng kanilang mga gawain:

1) Filipino: Wika ng Edukasyon at Kalinangan
2) Intektuwalisadong Wikang Pambansa, Wika ng Umuunlad na Bansa
3) Pagsasalin: Susi sa pagtamo at papapalaganap ng mga kaalaman at karunungan
4) Ang Filipino ay Wika ng Saliksik

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Sa paniniwala ng maraming tao, ang isang indikasyon ng pagka-intelihente ay ang pagiging mahusay sa wikang Ingles. At ang paggamit sa wikang Filipino ay kadalasang inihahambing naman sa pagiging makata.

Ang temang “Filipino: Wika ng Karunungan” ay direktang tumutugon sa maling persepsyon na ito. May mga sub-tema na tumatalakay ng wikang Filipino sa pagpapalaganap ng kaalaman at pananaliksik.

Ang pagsasalin ay upang mabigyang prayoridad ang pangangailangan na maipaalam ang nilalaman ng mga nasusulat sa wikang Ingles sa wikang Filipino para sa ikauunawa ng ordinarayong Pilipino.

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Sa pagdiriwang ng okasyong ito ang Children’s Ark Preparatory School ay nagsagawa ng sari-saring aktibidad, programa at mga pagtatanghal na angkop sa aming itinalagang slogan: “PINOY KA, PINOY AKO, PINOY TAYO.”

Ang mga pagtatanghal ay kinabibilangan ng mga mag-aaral na naghandog ng iba’t-ibang pagpapalabas ng sining at kulturang Pilipino tulad ng awit at sayaw, talumpati, at pagtatanghal ng mga katutubong kasuotan na nagpapakilala ng tunay na pagkakakilanlan nating mga PINOY.

Ang pagtatanghal ay itinuring na isang timpalak at ang mga napiling kalahok sa kani-kaniyang kategorya ay ginawaran ng sertipiko bilang pagpaparangal at pagkilala sa kanilang pagpupunyagi.

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ON CHILDREN AND TECHNOLOGY

It’s all about focus and distraction.

In its August article, ScienceDaily stressed the dangers of playing Pokemon Go being no different to the hazards of texting. The reality game — which is taking over the headlines around the world — encourages distractions on the move whereby causing accidents and, worse, injuries to players young and old.

Pokemon Go is just one of the many technological beguilements.

We already live in a world where people’s attention is perplexed by their computers, tablets and other mobile devices. It is most crucial now that we teach our kids to keep focus and be present where they are and mindful of their surroundings.

Technology — as parents all know — is both beneficial and costly to children. The question is, how to handle technology in the development of the young. Whether the Digital Age helps or hurts in the development of children depends on what particular technology is used, how it is being advantageous and the frequency it is used.

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Unfortunately, it seems, information and communication technology is getting more detrimental to children. The amount of time kids have spent on internet, social media, cell phones, even MP3 players, and most especially games, is increasingly more alarming than say, ten years ago.

Not only has technology replaced the good old physical games and imaginative plays. It also created a diminishing effect on the development of kids’ social skills, communal connection, rapport for others, and loss of fixed attention.

The Children’s Ark Preparatory School accentuates the importance of technology to our growing students and, at the same time, being a proponent in stressing the importance of physical fun games in the development of children. At TCAPS, we support the concept of imaginative plays to acquaint children with “life lessons,” social skills, integrity and honesty, and good learning experiences.


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RECITAL DAY: DEVELOPING CHILDREN’S MUSICAL CREATIVITY

Among the Childrens Ark Preparatory School’s mission is to improve our student’s creativity, learning, and their love for music and harmony. We believe that playing and performing music is fun and functional and it will help develop children’s skills which will be of use to them throughout their lives.

Just recently, the TCAPS gave our young students a chance to spread out their flair through a musical performance held at the Don Antonio Heights Homeowners’ Association Clubhouse.

It was a night of glitz and glamor. The audience were delighted to a variety of musical performances featuring the elementary kids dancing to Corbin Bleu’s “Push It To The Limit” and the pre-schoolers exhibiting their dancing skill to One Direction’s “Strong” and “Shake It Up” together with the all-girls chorale.

This was followed by the group’s inspiring rendition of Lea Salonga’s “I Am But A Small Voice” backed up by a lyre and guitar ensemble.

The gallery — consisting mostly of parents — regaled to an interpretative dance by the chorale and selected dancers to Peabo Bryson’s “A Whole New World.”

“Go The Distance” and “Reflection” was performed by the chorale, also accompanied by the lyre and guitar ensemble.

Our musical director, Coach Niño wowed the crowd with his magnificent rendering of an Eric Clapton hit “If I Could Change The World.”

The recital ends with a dance finale for all students featuring the High School Musical’s soundtrack “We’re All In This Together.”

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The opportunity to display one’s talent through the encouragement of a teacher and the enthusiasm of a proud parent builds in a child a sense of pride and confidence.

There is always a time and a place for everyone to take the center stage.