Anti-Drug Ambassador Activity 2017 - Anti-Drug Montage Competition

Event Start Date: 10 Jul 2017

Event End Date: 29 Sep 2017

Check out the Top 10 winning entries for the ‘Anti-drug Montage Competition!

Alexandra Primary School

Art Club students from Alexandra Primary School, together with their dedicated Art teachers, created the Anti-Drug Montage – The Best Me is a Drug-Free Me, using bottle caps. After the montage was painted, students from P1 to P4 were invited to drop by the Art Room to place bottle caps onto the artwork and to pen down their thoughts. It reminds the students on how they could stay drug-free by engaging in meaningful and creative art projects that beautify our environment. It also helps to connect with the visual mind and encourage one to ponder how staying drug free can make one feel stress-free and light as a hot air balloon.

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Credits: Photographs provided by Alexandra Primary School



Da Qiao Primary School

The Best Me is a Drug-Free Me Anti-Drug Montage in Da Qiao Primary School was placed on a movable board in the canteen where students and staff were encouraged to make their pledges to stay away from drugs. The montage is made up of artwork by students who wish to positively influence their fellow schoolmates to refuse drugs at all costs. Through this platform, students were able to better understand how they can play their part in keeping themselves safe from harms of drugs.

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Credits: Photograph provided by Da Qiao Primary School



Eunos Primary School

The Anti-Drug Montage at Eunos Primary School comprises of two parts. First, the two-sided face: the sad face reflects the harmful effects of drugs while the happy face represents what one can do to prevent drug abuse. The montage is made up of individual students’ artworks which were then assembled to present the ‘sad face’ and ‘happy face’.

The Anti-Drug Montage at Eunos Primary School comprises of two parts. First, the two-sided face: the sad face reflects the harmful effects of drugs while the happy face represents what one can do to prevent drug abuse. The montage is made up of individual students’ artworks which were then assembled to present the ‘sad face’ and ‘happy face’.

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Credits: Photographs provided by Eunos Primary School



Greendale Primary School

Greendale Primary School’s take on this year’s Anti-Drug Montage theme, The Best Me is a Drug-Free Me’, comprises of an Anti-Drug photo booth to remind everyone how we are our best selves when we are drug-free. The backdrop of the photo-booth was made up of the posters by students based on the given theme.

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Credits: Photograph provided by Greendale Primary School



Huamin Primary School

The inspiration behind Huamin Primary School’s Anti-Drug Montage was taken after the quote by James Leigh Hunt, "The groundwork of all happiness is health. The montage aims to emphasize that having good health and a healthy lifestyle is the foundation to happiness, giving us the opportunity to bring out the best in us. Drug abuse will harm one’s physical and mental health, depriving the person a chance to lead a healthy and meaningful life. The montage depicts the students engaging in various forms of exercise and leading a healthy, happy life. This can only be achieved when we stay away from drugs. Students were also encouraged to pen down their pledges against drugs and articulate their knowledge on drug abuse.

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Credits: Photograph provided by Huamin Primary School



Jiemin Primary School

The Anti-Drug Montage at Jiemin Primary School aims to share positive aspects of being drug-free and the negative effects of drug abuse. The right side of the montage is bright and colourful, expressing positivity. The posters show drug-free individuals engaged in meaningful activities. To add interactivity to their montage, students were encouraged to share their thoughts about what drug-free means to them and pen them on the board. On the other hand, the left side of the montage depicts a prison (with the barb-wired fence) as a consequence of drug abuse. The message ‘Say no to drugs’ is a reminder to stay away from drugs.

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Credits: Photograph provided by Jiemin Primary School



Loyang Primary School

Loyang Primary School’s Anti-Drug Montage aims to highlight the following message: “If you love and respect yourself, you will love and respect your body and life. To live the best life, to be the best you, is to be a drug-free you.”

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Credits: Photograph provided by Loyang Primary School



Northoaks Primary School

Northoaks Primary School’s Anti-Drug Montage aims to raise greater awareness to all pupils in the school about the dangers and consequences of drug abuse. Every P4 student was involved in the making of the montage where they designed their own anti-drug messages on a piece of coloured paper and pasted their entries on the Art Canvas.

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Credits: Photograph provided by Northoaks Primary School



Yew Tee Primary School

Yew Tee Primary School’s Anti-Drug Montage was placed on the big noticeboard where the staffs and students will walk by every day. A temporary feedback post was set up in front of the noticeboard, for the students to write down their opinions about the anti-drug posters during recess period.

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Credits: Photograph provided by Yew Tee Primary School



Yumin Primary School

Yumin Primary School dedicated a corner near the school’s canteen to showcase students’ effort in creating an Anti-Drug Montage to highlight the importance of staying drug-free. During recess, students get to pen down their reflections on the dangers of drug abuse.

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Credits: Photograph provided by Yumin Primary School

Last updated: 6 Jul 2017