• Short Summary

    CHILDREN OF BRITISH COMMONWEALTH SERVICEMEN IN MALAYSIA ARE STUDYING IN THE WORLD'S LARGEST BRITISH ARMY SCHOOL BUILD IN SINGAPORE AT A COST OF SIX HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND POUNDS STERLING.

  • Description

    1.
    MLS NEW SCHOOL
    9 1/2 ft

    2.
    CU SIGN -- ST. JOHN'S
    11 ft

    3.
    MS FRONT OF HALL
    13 1/2 ft

    4.
    MLS STUDENTS IN HALLWAY
    19 ft

    5.
    MLS TWO GIRLS IN LIBRARY (PAN) BOY UP STAIRS TO READING ROOM
    26 ft

    6.
    MS STUDENTS IN ROOM (TWO SHOTS)
    36 ft

    7.
    MS ------DITTO------
    40 1/2 ft

    8.
    MS TWO BOYS WITH PULLEY IN SCIENCE LAB
    45 ft

    9.
    CU TWO GIRLS WITH WEIGHING MACHINE IN LAB (TWO SHOTS)
    48 ft

    10.
    LS SCIENCE LAB
    53 ft

    11.
    MS TEACHER WITH TWO GIRLS IN LAB
    55 ft

    12.
    MS TEACHER AND BOY IN WORKSHOP (THREE SHOTS)
    61 1/2 ft

    13.
    MS STUDENTS (PAN) CANTEEN WORKER SERVING REFRESHMENTS
    66 ft

    14.
    MLS (PAN) MORE STUDENTS QUEUEING UP FOR REFRESHMENTS
    71 1/2 ft

    15.
    MS BOYS PLAYING BASKETBALL IN GYMNASIUM
    74 1/2 ft

    16.
    MS GIRLS TRAINING IN HOCKEY
    78 1/2 ft

    17.
    MS TWO STUDENTS DRINKING WATER FROM FOUNTAIN (TWO SHOTS)
    82 ft

    18.
    CU BOY UNDER SHOWER NEAR SWIMMING POOL
    84 ft

    19.
    MLS STUDENTS IN POOL
    87 ft

    20.
    LS GIRL DIVES FROM BOARD INTO POOL
    90 ft

    21.
    LS MORE STUDENTS INTO POOL
    94 1/2 ft

    22.
    LS SCHOOL
    99 ft



    Initials CAR/S/MK/YA/RBI



    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: CHILDREN OF BRITISH COMMONWEALTH SERVICEMEN IN MALAYSIA ARE STUDYING IN THE WORLD'S LARGEST BRITISH ARMY SCHOOL BUILD IN SINGAPORE AT A COST OF SIX HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND POUNDS STERLING.

    THE ALL AIR-CONDITIONED COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL IS NAMED SAINT JOHN'S. IT WAS OFFICIALLY OPENED BY THE ARMY'S COMMANDER IN THE FAR EAST, LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR ALAN JOLLY, ON OCTOBER 10.

    THE NEW SCHOOL HAS 26 CLASSROOMS, NINE SCIENCE LABORATORIES, 11 OTHER ROOMS FOR PRACTICAL WORK (METALWORK, CARPENTRY, NEEDLEWORK, DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND ART), GYMNASIUM AND TWO ASSEMBLY HALLS.

    THE ONE THOUSAND CHILDREN ATTENDING THE SCHOOL -- MORE THAN HALF ARE GIRLS -- ARE BEING TAUGHT BY SIXTY-NINE TEACHERS.

    OTHER SERVICE SCHOOLS IN SINGAPORE ARE OPEN MORNINGS ONLY, BECAUSE OF THE AIR-CONDITIONING AT SAINT JOHN'S PUPILS THERE HAVE A FULL DAY'S STUDY. MID-DAY MEALS ARE PROVIDED.

    TWO NEW BOARDING HOUSES, ONE FOR BOYS AND THE OTHER FOR GIRLS, ARE UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

    THE OPENING OF SAINT JOHN'S HAS SIGNALLED THE CHANGE TO COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION FOR SERVICE CHILDREN IN MALAYSIA.

    OUTDOOR FACILITIES INCLUDE A SWIMMING POOL WITH UNDERWATER LIGHTING, SIX TENNIS COURTS AND RECREATION GROUNDS THAT WILL ACCOMMODATE SIX FOOTBALL PITCHES, AND A PAVILION.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA4BMQJO02JF172LYH8T9ZJ4SK4
    Media URN:
    VLVA4BMQJO02JF172LYH8T9ZJ4SK4
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    10/10/1964
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:02:39:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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