TAYLOR’S International School celebrated National Day at both its Kuala Lumpur and Puchong campuses concurrently.
More than 3,000 students came together for the celebration which was held over two days.
The highlight of the celebration was the formation of the “Circles of Unity” brought together by 1,200 students from both Taylor’s International School Kuala Lumpur and Puchong.
“It was a significant formation as the students wanted to show that these 60 years of independence was only capable if the country stood united regardless of race, religion and background,” said Taylor’s International School Kuala Lumpur principal Peter Wells.
The students also wore wristbands. The #AnakAnakMalaysia wristband campaign is organised by EcoWorld Development Group Bhd and Star Media Group Bhd.
“We are pleased to see everyone celebrating the country’s National Day,” said Taylor’s International School Puchong principal David Flint.
Other activities included cultural performances and reading of poems, he added.