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Nominated: Diving star Pandelela

Pandelela nominated for Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Award

13 February 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s diving star Pandelela Rinong, 23, is up against three other Asean athletes in this year’s Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards.

Cleaners have sex while students prepare for SPM exam nearby

13 February 2016

MALACCA: Two janitors apparently had a sexual romp inside a classroom of a secondary school here, in the same block where 50 Form Five students were attending a seminar on how to prepare for the SPM examination.

Centre of controversy: Khairil with the novel ‘Pantai Kasih’. — Bernama
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Deputy D-G: Pantai Kasih can be good for students

13 February 2016

PUTRAJAYA: The Education Ministry will continue to use the student edition of the Form Four Bahasa Malaysia novel Pantai Kasih in its syllabus.

Chinese Language teachers from around Perak came together for the workshop on teaching techniques for teachers to master High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) questions.

Driving home the need for critical thinking

12 February 2016

Students will now have to exercise their critical thinking skills instead of memorising when doing their UPSR examination for Chinese Language this year, say teachers of the subject.

SJK (C) Beng Teik (Cawangan) principal Teoh Gaik Luan (brown jacket) receiving the Best School award from Mathews (left), Mohd Radzi and Rajoo.

Secret to their exam success

12 February 2016

TOP students Angelena Huang, Nurarifa Azizul and Priyasiny Arasu do not believe in preparing for their exams too early.

Schools can opt to pursue DLP

12 February 2016

PUTRAJAYA: The Dual Language Programme (DLP), which was announced during Budget 2016, is an optional programme for schools, said Education Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid.

Pupils of Sekolah Wawasan USJ 15 get up close with a ‘lion’ during the performance by the Kwong Ngai Lion Dance troupe.

‘Lion’ blesses vision school

8 February 2016

A PERFORMANCE by the Kwong Ngai Lion Dance troupe had the pupils and teachers of Sekolah Wawasan USJ 15 excited recently.

Guruu to help students improve English skills

8 February 2016

PETALING JAYA: A shared passion of three childhood friends to help improve English communication skills among Malaysian students has brought them together into the world of education.

Want to be published?

7 February 2016

stuff@school is back in schools this year with our readers’ favourite columns.

Teens reading the stuffschool pullout. Photo provided by Marsya Ali, 16, from SMK (P) Sri Aman, Selangor

Rave reviews for The Star’s teen pullout

7 February 2016

IN this digital age, there may be an abundance of materials for students to read during their free time, but what sets stuff@school – The Star’s educational pullout for teenagers – apart from the others is the exclusive content it brings.

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