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Home / Archive by category "2013" ( (Page 2))

ST ANDREW’S School emerged as the second runner up in the Princess Rashidah Young Nature Scientist Award (PRYNSA) during the PRYNSA prize presentation on April 22 at The Empire Hotel and Country Club. St Andrew’s School was chosen as one of five finalists in 2012, with their project entitled ‘Soil seed bank analysis of different […]

St Andrew’s School teachers and students came together and observed this year’s Environment Day with the theme “THINK.EAT.SAVE” on 12 awareness through creating banner with messages of saving our World Environment, writing essays and poems, dance musical, songs, recycling as well as sharing sessions by the students on the theme of 2013 Environment Day. All students came in GREEN […]

On 9th June 2013, some 23 Primary students of St Andrew’s school participated in the recent Under 12 Junior Athletics Meet 2013 held at Padang Kebajikan for Brunei Zone 1. St Andrew’s School emerged Second out of 16 participating schools. We won 3 gold, 3 silver and 3 bronze medals. The Best Athlete (boys category) […]

DANIEL WOOD BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN Wednesday, June 5, 2013 CHONG Ah Fok has been teaching Bahasa Melayu at St Andrew’s School since 1985, so it’s no surprise that he looks so comfortable being interviewed by The Brunei Times. “I was educated in the Malay medium… it’s the only language I really love and am good at.” He enjoys delivering Bahasa Melayu to schoolchildren, […]

THE Hopes in the Hoop Team yesterday visited St Andrew’s School as part of their effort in promoting basketball and the approaching 3-on-3 interschool competition, which will be held from June 21 to 30. The tournament will be held at the Airport Mall and is organised in conjunction with the school’s inter-house sports competition. A […]

A HARMONIOUS family is conducive to a child’s education and learning development, said the principal of Amal Umi Kalthum Al-Islam Mulaut Religious School yesterday. In a speech delivered during a religious compatriot programme at the school, Hj Noorsiah Hj Mohd Noor (pic) highlighted the importance of the the family institution in developing a community that […]

CRACKED and maybe a little chipped here and there but definitely not broken, that is how I would describe most of the families I know. In the spirit of the second National Family Day which falls tomorrow (the first Sunday of May), and in light of the very reason it was established, this article will […]

Social ills perpetrated by youths could be overcome by instilling a strong family institution as those with either broken or unhappy families are the main causes of such social issues and this should be tackled promptly. This was highlighted by Imams during a Friday sermon yesterday. Islam urges families and every household to live in […]

SINGAPORE – Thursday, June 6, 2013 CHILDREN using electronic gadgets like smartphones at a younger age are increasingly exposed to certain social and health risks that come with it. Parents, however, do not fully understand the negative effects of using such devices. Many also do not teach their children how to use them properly. These preliminary […]

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