Wednesday 11th September
Today, the six of us in the 1925 Award Committee met for the first time, and consider – up to this point, that I had absolutely no idea what the 1925 Award was. The clue isn’t exactly in the name, and I have yet ascertain the reason as to why it has been named so, although the most prominent theory suggests that it stems from the birth date of Tanglin Trust School itself. Clambering into the room roughly an hour late due to a slight miscommunication of the schedule, it didn’t take long for me to absorb what the 1925 Award is as all about – simply put, a mini-NYAA for the Year 7 students to prepare them for the real thing when it arrives.
Gradually, the initial tensions gave way, and we started to talk – discussing the entirety of the 1925 Schedule from the first week with the Year 7s to the last. Interestingly enough, we had plenty of other students who had accidentally (supposedly, at least), stumbled into the meeting room without a clue as to where they actually had to go. As a result, up to half of our time, after getting the work done, was devoted to pure banter and useless talk – until the bell went and we were all liberated of our duties.