Native English speakers help teachers and students


Giving a fresh perspective: Eljeddi assisting Year One pupils during their English lesson at SK Jenderam.

DENGKIL: The 360 native English speakers seconded to schools nationwide have helped to improve English proficiency among teachers and students.

SK Jenderam teacher Fauziatul Durra Ahmad Fauzi said the mentoring sessions with Kathleen Eljeddi had enhanced her confidence and helped create a more engaging environment.

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