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“COVID-19 is scary so I am definitely afraid but I am very happy to come back to school after months of online learning. I get to see my teachers and friends whom I have not met in person for a long time. I feel safe because my classmates and I follow the SOPs like how our teachers tell us to. Understanding my subjects has been so much better now since I have come back to school because I can talk to my teachers whenever I have a problem.”

SK Jalan Kuantan 1, Kuala Lumpur Year Six pupil Muhammad Abdullah Umar Zainudin“


I HAD to share the devices with my three other siblings during PdPR which made keeping up with my studies really hard. Constantly being at home doesn’t help either because some of us can’t concentrate and pay attention after so many hours of staring at the screen... we just lose focus. I prefer being in school. Some of my classmates are a little naughty so my teachers have to spend more time educating them about the SOPs compared to the rest of us but eventually they understood and we’ve not had any issues following the SOPs since.”

SK Jalan Kuantan 1, Kuala Lumpur Year Six pupil Aleeya Syaheerah Ce’Sudin“


I LOVE Science and I missed learning it face-to-face! Coming to school gives me more ‘semangat’ (motivation) to learn because my teachers are right in front of me. If I make a mistake, my teachers ‘tegur’ (correct) me on the spot and if I don’t understand something, it is much easier to ask them right after class.”

SK Jalan Kuantan 2, Kuala Lumpur Year Six pupil Mohammad Afiq Arrayyan Mohd Abrar“


MY Internet connection at home keeps getting cut so it was tough when schools were closed. I feel confident coming to school now because everyone maintains a distance and always have their mask on. Our teachers are very understanding and have everything in our school under control.”

SK Jalan Kuantan 2, Kuala Lumpur Year Six pupil Wan Mahfuzah Samihah Bahizal

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