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Singapore Olympic Foundation - Peter Lim Scholarship
|The Singapore Olympic Foundation (SOF) set up the SOF-Peter Lim Scholarship with a S$10-million donation from philanthropist and sports enthusiast, Mr Peter Lim. The gift remains the single largest donation in Singapore from an individual towards sports development.
The driving force behind the Scholarship is the desire to ensure that no promising young athlete, committed to chasing his sporting dreams, should be hampered by financial considerations.
The Scholarship aims to: Help young deserving sports talents from humble backgrounds to achieve their sporting goals; and Support under-18, high-performing athletes to pursue sporting excellence in their chosen fields
|Seven Damai Dingos were nominated and selected by the Council to receive the $1000 Scholarship each for their sterling achievements in Rugby. It was presented to them by Minister Tan Chuan Jin, President of the SNOC on 4th May 2015.
Smallest player but strong sense of leadership
A young chap who stands head and shoulders to his peers - in terms of his confidence
SYF 2015 Art Exhibition
|9 Art and Ceramics members submitted an artwork for SYF 2015 Art Exhibition under Category C and their artwork was selected to be exhibited in Raffles City Shopping Centre in July.
Tchoukball National Championship (National)
|The Tchoukball Senior Girls, after being the national champions in the Junior category last year, maintained their winning ways by clinching the coverted 1st place in the competition this year.|
Tchoukball East Zone Tournament (Zonal)
|The Tchoukball Senior Boys took part in the East Zone Tournament and was up against some of the toughest schools in the tchoukball arena in Singapore. They perservered through the competition, upholding their team spirit and managed to reach 5th place.|
National Primary Schools Rugby Championship 2015 (National)
|The Damai Dingos Senior Team qualified for the National Championship and went on to qualify for the Finals Stage. They lost in the semi-finals but persevered to emerge victorious in the 3rd and 4th placing to come in overall 3rd. This is the best achievement in over 12 years.|
Singapore Rugby Union Rugby Carnival (National)
|The Damai Dingos Under 11 and Under 13 teams took part in the carnival tournament involving 12 schools. The Under-11 boys came in as plate runners-up while the Under-13 boys came in 4th.|
East Zone Rugby Tournament (Zonal) 1st Runner Up
Students took part in the East Zone Under-13 Rugby Tournament and played a total of 4 games against Casuarina Primary, Chongzheng Primary, Bedok Green Primary and Gongshang Primary.
East Zone Primary School Rope Skipping Championship 2015 (Zonal)
National Dancesport Competition
|This dancesport competition denotes a specific set of ballroom dance that is competed internationally. Damai Pri had one representative for the dance categories. She is Nicola from P3C. She emerged 2nd in the Under 13 Latin Cha Cha Medalist, U13 Latin Jive Medalist, Under 9 Solo Latin Jive Medalist and Under 9 Solo Latin Cha Cha Medalist.|
Red Cross (National)
|Students who participated in the competition.|