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Sunday, September 23, 2012

2nd Day at DPM

Meeting with the Students Council

Students from the Majlis Perwakilan Pelajar (MPP) to explain their role in the school at SMKDPM and the important contribution they make to the smooth running of the school. Although some of the activities and roles they make to the running of the school are similar to the role of the Student Leadership Team at TSC, these students, along with the prefects and class monitors, play a far more active part on a daily basis at SMKDPM.

 Souvenirs from DPM's Students Council
 TSC joined local dance
Sumazau Dance
 Group Photo with Prefects

Visit to SK Sri Gaya primary school in Kota Kinabalu
SK Sri Gaya is a primary cluster school of excellence with niche areas in Mathematics and Dance. Its students have performed at a wide range of dance festivals, including major functions in London.
 Group photos with administrators of SK Sri Gaya and the students dancers.

 Headmaster of SK Sri Gaya, Tuan Hj. Nordin presented a souvenir to TSC Assistant Principal, Mr. Con Madden.
With students of SK Sri Gay in their class

Students of SK Sri Gaya showed steps of a Malay dance

Played Angklong with students in Music class

The school draws students from families including government ministers and profession backgrounds. Students are "streamed" from as early as Year 1, based on screening tests conducted at the age of 5 years of age.
Outstanding hospitality shown to our group included a dance performance by the older students, a presentation about the school and exchange of gifts (thanks for being organised for this Badinah & Surie), a morning tea and a tour around the school as shown in the photos above.

The day also included a visit to the Sabah Museum and traditional village and a short tour around the University of Malaysia Sabah, including their aquarium. Students then returned to their homestay families for the evening.


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