Lessons on global issues


Rozi (left, in black) speaking on the properties of polluted water to a group of Year Five pupils during the statewide World’s Largest Lesson project at SK Tambun, Ipoh.

PERAK held the World’s Largest Lesson (WLL) project across all districts in support of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

State education department director Rozi Puteh Ismail reprised his role as a school teacher for one hour at SK Tambun last Thursday, giving a lesson on the topic of Clean Water and Sanitation — one of the 17 Global Goals.

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