Teachers‘ Day in Singapore(新加坡的教师节)
On 31st August， was a day like any other schooldays， except that the teachers， instead of being bogged down by assignments were besieged by gifts， flowers and cards from the ever-grateful students.
The hall was beautifully decorated with colourful balloons and streamers. The Class Chairman and Vice-Chairman were given the honour to invite the teachers personally to the hall. With each teacher’s arrival， the students roared and cheered for them.
The concert comprised of dances and song performances that were all put up by our very own talented students! The audience even crooned to the rhythm of the songs. Our students also ‘boogied down’ with slick dance steps while the Balinese dancers impressed all with their delightful costumes and grace.
The culmination was of course the last item that was put up by some teachers. They sang a song entitled， “I love to teach the world to sing”. It was very heart warming and the performance received the loudest applauds from the audience.
Teachers‘ Day in Latvia(拉托维亚的'教师节)
We celebrate Teachers ’ Day on the first Sunday of October.
The celebrations usually take place on Friday. All pupils show performances to teachers in the hall. Pupils present a lot of flowers to teachers. The most interesting thing is that teachers acting as pupils have a lesson with senior pupils acting as teachers. They teach， ask questions and playgames as a usual lesson. Teachers usually behave badly， they are late， chew gum， talk to deskmates and have to be reprimanded and sent to the head teacher who is also a senior pupil.