Princess: Carry on with the kindness

SUBANG JAYA: The #StandTogether National Kindness Week may have come to an end, but the Selangor Princess hopes that the spirit of kindness and initiative shown by students and teachers nationwide will go on all year round.

Royal concern: Tengku Zatashah taking a picture with students and teachers during her visit to SMK USJ12 for StandTogether Kindness Week.
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Kindness bears fruit

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s inaugural #StandTogether National Kindness Week was a huge success, with over 650 schools taking part and over 100 student-led kindness projects implemented across the country.

Goodwill hunters: Kumar (centre) posing with CLS students during his visit as a reward for the students, who were among the winners of the StandTogether ‘kindness project’ competition.

Creative projects impress celebs

KUALA LUMPUR: The third day of #StandTogether National Kindness Week saw four schools – SMK Convent Kajang, SM Stella Maris, SK Kebun Sireh and Convent Light Street (CLS) – showcasing their kindness programmes, led by students, to celebrities Ismail Izzani and Arwind Kumar.

Teen sensation: Ismail taking a wefie with the excited students at SM Stella Maris. — AZMAN GHANI / The Star

Kids impress Harith and wife with kindness programme

KUALA LUMPUR: Students of SK TTDI 1 broke out in cheer as comedian and #StandTogether National Kindness Week celebrity ambassador Harith Iskander entered their school hall.

Building a better Malaysia: Harith and wife sharing excitement with the schoolkids of SK TTDI 1 in Kuala Lumpur.

Students rally to contribute love and ideas for initiative

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s inaugural #StandTogether National Kindness Week got off to a rousing start with more than 300 schools around the country taking part.

Anti-bullying measures in schools paying off

THE number of bullying cases in schools dropped by 600 last year from 2016, says Deputy Education Minister Datuk P. Kamalanathan.

Try a little kindness every day

BATU PAHAT: An ordinary Mon­day morning for students of two schools here turned extraordinary when actress and #StandTogether National Kindness Week ambassador Lisa Surihani showed up.

The first #StandTogether National Kindness Week, which aims to curb school bullying, got off to an active start with more than 300 schools taking part. Schools that won a special ‘kindness project’ competition had an extra prize – a visit by one of the campaign’s celebrity ambassadors, like actress Lisa Surihani at SK Kota Dalam in Johor. The campaign is organised by R.AGE and SP Setia.

Negri too, supports National Kindness Week

SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan state government has joined Perak and Melaka in supporting the National Kindness Week early next month to check bullying in schools.

Two states to join kindness revolution

PETALING JAYA: Two state governments will be joining the “kindness revolution” alongside schools in the inaugural National Kindness Week this April.

United we stand: Dr Zambry (centre), Star Media Group Bhd managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai and SMK St Michael principal T. Gunalan posing with students during the R.Age standtogether programme at the school in Ipoh.

Rotary Malaysia aims to promote kindness in schools

PETALING JAYA: With the inaugural National Kindness Week nearing, Rotary Malaysia has pledged to activate its network of over 150 school Interact Clubs to support the cause.