Attending the 1st TSFLC 2015 in Hammamet, Tunisia. The view was splendid and my room was facing the Mediterranean Sea. The sounds of the sea with splashing waves and breeze could be heard day and night. I really enjoyed my stay in Hammamet, Tunisia.
We had a debate session in class and the motion was ‘The Government Should Spend More on Education’.
Points from the Government team:
- need more educated people
- send students oversea for technology transfer
- no point of having sophisticated technology if we don’t have people to operate
Point from the Opposition team:
- should not just focus on education, need to strike a balance
- spend on others as well like transportation.
- Public transportation is important.
- National defence needs more allocation since it is crucial to the nation
We were having fun listening to the arguments made by potential debaters. It was such a marvellous session, BRAVO!!!
With my school frens at the wedding reception of Izan’s daughter. The reception was held in Ipoh on 18 April 2015. It was such a great day meeting old buddies.
My classmates, form 5B3, TI PG 82/83
A kapok tree is also known as kabu-kabu, kekabu or silk-cotton tree by the locals. Its scientific name is Ceiba pentranda. The following images of kapok tree were captured in Kuching, Sarawak.
Attached is the tentative schedule of the workshop. All are welcome.
SFL WORKSHOP tentative schedule
My youngest daughter, Humaiera Ibrahim, won the third place in Story Telling Level 2 Competition. She is representing the southern zone to the Kulai District level on 19 April 2015. All the best myya and may Allah make it easy for you.
All you need to know about the ecotourism offered by Kg Sg Melayu, Johor Bahru.
A must try!!! It is so yummmyyyyyy
Various traditional games awaiting you.
Try catching crabs using ponto. You will love it.
Attending an English Carnival event, Southern Zones, as a representative of PIBG (PTA), SK Kangkar Pulai – 16 April 2015.
Some story telling contestants.
1st Place2nd Place
3rd Place from SK Kangkar Pulai. Humaiera Ibrahim (Year 5)