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Top Aussie universities at education fair

4 July 2015

KUCHING: Top higher learning institutions from Australia will be present at an education fair in Sarawak next week.

Arabic always an optional subject, says Mara

4 July 2015

KUCHING: Arabic Language has always been an optional subject in Mara junior science colleges and was never made compulsory for non-Muslim students, Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara) said.

Easy read: SK Taman Tun Dr Ismail (1) pupils holding copies of the comic book after the launch at their school. With them are the book’s illustrator Nazry (back row, with cap) and scriptwriter Afiq (back row, in black jacket).

Using comics to get message across

4 July 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: A girl who tries to actively take part in classroom activities is repeatedly silenced or told off by her teacher. A boy takes on an after-school job to support his poor family is discovered by a Good Samaritan who helps him to apply for welfare aid.

Old boys: Lean (centre) discussing ACS Ipoh’s anniversary celebrations with Lai (left) and Mano.

Celebrating 120 years of learning

4 July 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: A former banker chuckled as he recalled his naughtier friends getting caned in front of the school assembly on Mondays.

All the best:Twelve Lodge School students will go to Yale University for the World Scholar’s Cup Tournament of Champions in November.

12 from Lodge for Scholar’s Cup at Yale

3 July 2015

KUCHING: Twelve students from Lodge School here will represent Malaysia at the World Scholar’s Cup Tournament of Champions at Yale University in the United States this November.

Chan says mind mapping helps a person see the bigger picture and can be used for planning, decision-making and problem-solving in a corporate context. Photos: LOW LAY PHON

All in the mind for memory master

3 July 2015

TEO Kim Foo’s presence when playing card games with his friends is not so welcomed these days, and it’s not because he’s a bad sport.

big family. Senior management and staffs and lecturers of Curtin University Sarawak having a group photo recently. Curtin pic

Special deal for SPM high achievers

1 July 2015

MIRI: Curtin University Sarawak is offering special deals for Form Five school leavers who had performed well in their SPM exams.

Calls to revive English-medium schools get louder

1 July 2015

KUCHING: The Old Josephians Association (OJA), comprising former students of St Joseph’s School here, supports the call for English-medium schools to be revived.

Good rapport: Turner (in blue) leading the storytelling session while the children and their parents listen attentively.

The hidden power of reading aloud

30 June 2015

A LOVE for reading makes children mellower.

Two private school pupils down with leptospirosis

30 June 2015

PETALING JAYA: Two primary school children from a private school were diagnosed with leptospirosis over the weekend.

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