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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

The trio, all 13, said they started their revision only a month or two before UPSR and that helped them to excel in the exam.

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.

Special memories: Arshad (second from right) places INTI memorabilia in a time capsule during its 30th anniversary celebration while (from left) Dr Mohamad Zawawi, Dr Lee, Tan and Sharma look on.

Growing from strength to strength

7 February 2016

IN its 30 years of operation, INTI International University & Colleges have not only kept up with the times, it is a step ahead with initiatives and programmes that give its students a competitive edge. And the figures support that.

Hard work: The students who received the white coats have just completed two-and-a-half years of the medical programme’s pre-clinical phase

White coat ceremony marks clinical training

7 February 2016

CONSISTENT studying and good time management are two components that medical student Foo Wee Nee attributed to the secret of her success for being the top student in her class.

New job: Prof Hassan clocks in on his first day as UiTM vice-chancellor

Prof Hassan starts duties as UiTM v-c

7 February 2016

EMERITUS Prof Datuk Dr Hassan Said has started his duties as vice-chancellor of Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) from Feb 1.

Calling all Form Six and pre-university students!

7 February 2016

stuff@school is looking for Form Six and pre-university students to contribute essays to our Earn Your Band 6 column.

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