Wilson students showcased their year-long learning through the book of Revelation with their annual concert, Unveiled, on Thursday 2 November.
The culmination of House devotions held throughout the year, each class presented songs on themes from the book of Revelation. Year 6 students Adele van den Bos and Clara Eriksen displayed their acting talents, holding a ‘video calls’ with some surprising guests who discussed these themes with them.
The audience was called to consider Jesus as the worthy Lamb of God, who is the Alpha and Omega (Kindy/Pre-Primary and Year 2). We had a glimpse of the nations around the Throne (Year 3) and the martyrs who cry out from under it (Year 5 Red).
We were reminded that Jesus is coming back soon, and we are to be ready, especially those that don’t know Him yet (Pre-Primary, Year 1/2 and Year 5 Blue). In these days of trouble, we were shown the example of the Seven Churches who ‘overcame’ (Year 6). Satan, the Dragon, was revealed to be a liar, who was conquered by Jesus (Year 1 and Year 4).
Finally, we were so thankful to know that we are going to a place in which there will be no more tears or sorrow (Kindy).
The highlight, as always, was to hear all students singing ‘The Unveiling’ as we opened and the beautiful ‘Is He Worthy?’ Miss Kimberley Goh, who has taught these songs to the students throughout the year, accompanied the songs. Mrs Vivian wrote and directed the concert.
In addition to musical items, we farewelled our CEO, Mr Mark Steyn and presented him with a daily desk calendar, filled with the favourite verses and drawings of the Wilson students.
While Revelation may not seem like the most likely topic for our Primary School students, we have been blessed to see the curtain pulled back for us on God’s great plans for His people and our living hope.