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SAS through the years
ST ANDREW’S School celebrated its 60th Diamond Jubilee on July 8, with Stephen Ong, the Chairman of the School Board of Governors and an alumni of St Andrew’s School, as guest of honour.
The celebration was also attended by members of the school’s Board of Governors, staff and students.
In her opening speech, former student and current Principal of St Andrew’s, Jane Keasberry, traced the history of the school from its humble beginnings to its present status as one of the leading non-government schools in Brunei.
The guest of honour in his speech highlighted the importance of early education, as well as the impact of long-lasting friendships, tolerance, compassion and respect.
Certificates were later presented to the school’s most dedicated teachers, including Z Shafeullah, who has been with St Andrew’s School for 38 years.
Members of the school’s Board of Governors, who played a vital role in the welfare of the staff and students, as well as the development of St Andrew’s School, were also acknowledged.
Stephen Ong, the Chairman of St Andrew’s School’s Board of Governors and an alumni of St Andrew’s, as guest of honour, in a group photo with members of the school’s Board of Governors, long serving staff of the school and invited guests
Dato Anthony Chin, who has served on the Board for 51 years, received a special round of applause from all those present.
The occasion was further enhanced by a concert, which reflected the various nationalities and cultures of the school’s students.
There was also a display in the school library, depicting photographs of members of the royal family who attended St Andrew’s School, as well as previous principals, student councillors and key events in the history of the school.
Meanwhile, a Diamond Jubilee Gala Dinner open to St Andrew’s School alumni and friends of the school will be held on August 4.Read More
GOLDEN jubilee celebrations were held yesterday at St Andrew’s school to mark the institution’s 50 years of success in imparting quality education. Starting off with only 70 students in 1957, the school has grown over the years and now accommodates 1750 pupils and around 100 staff and teachers. The celebrations began with a speech delivered by the principal of the school Jane Keasberry. She gave the audience a flashback of the school’s history and also highlighted major achievements of the students. Read More
Brunei observed the Peace Pole Dedication on the Universal Message of Peace, which carries the theme “May Peace Prevail on Earth”. The Peace Pole Dedication Day is aimed at educating and promoting world peace in children. The ceremony was held at the Saint Andrew School in the capital. Present to grace the function was Her Royal Highness Princess Hajah Masna, the Ambassador-at-Large at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The Peace Pole Project was initiated in Japan in 1955 by Mr Masahisa Goi, who desired to dedicate his life to spreading the message “May Peace Prevail on Earth” in response to the bombing on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He believed that peace begins in the heart and mind of each individual. Read More
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- provide a forum and service for the welfare, development and progress of the teachers and students in the school.
- raise funds for specific cause, both charitable and educational.
- assist in the funding of, after formal request, certain causes, both charitable and educational.
- assist in matters relating to the general activities of school.
- foster relationships between the teachers, parents and others associated with the school.
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