SRB Methodist which is located behind the massive Hoover Mission House is where I attended my primary education from 1986-1991. However, an old block which I spent my 5 years (I studied a total of 6 years here but 5 years on the old block alone) were demolished few years ago to give way to the recently opened Hoover Mission House. I wonder why there was no protest on the demolition of the old block as it had some sentimental values for me.
Somehow the school area just feel smaller now after giving up much of its spaces to the Hoover Project. There aren't much open space now compare to those days.
This is a new block called Block F. The site of this building used to be a music room and the canteen. We used to play games (like "Ah Seng") on an open area just next to this building.
Block E as it used to be during my time here. I spent 1 year on this block (primary 2 if not mistaken)
This is perhaps the only open area available at the school compound now. Quite a number of stanchions and support been erected here to create a shed for this area. This looks like the venue for the assembly and basketball court. Back in my time, we had the privilege of holding the assembly at the nearby Masland Methodist Church.
Methodist Chinese Kindergarten is located just next to the open space area of the primary school. This is also my kindergarten.
Block B still stands elegantly. Unfortunately, the main entrance to the school was locked and I am unable to enter to explore the school. I wonder why all the schools now are always lock after school hour.
Methodist Primary School will always have a special place in my heart as this is the place where I'm partly been mould to what I'm today.