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A school symphony orchestra is set to share the stage with local music legends next month.
WHEN asked if they had ever been burned or scalded, a whole class raised their hands.
PETALING JAYA: “I am my country” – that’s the underlying message behind Aku Negaraku, the new song introduced in schools throughout the country on May 16.
“SMALL” and “cramped” are some words that are often associated with student accommodation. That need not be the case anymore.
PUPILS from a national school, a Chinese school and a Tamil school gathered to pay tribute and give thanks to their teachers during Sekolah Wawasan Subang Jaya’s Teachers Day celebrations last Friday.
VICTORIA Institution Old Boys’ Association Foundation (VIOBAF) pulled out all the stops at its golden anniversary celebrations in Kuala Lumpur.
MALAYSIA has seen a rush to construct skyscrapers, and state-of-the art buildings.
PUTRAJAYA: The Education Ministry will leave it to the police to investigate the case of a primary school teacher who was detained on suspicion of molesting six of his male students.
Factual mistakes and bad grammar in textbooks can have serious implications on learning, and the authorities should take the necessary measures to prevent such blunders in future.
WE start and end our day by brushing our teeth. But how much attention do we pay to the humble toothbrush?