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CHILD – Yayasan Hasanah Subject Camps

The Subject Camps were held between the months of May to June at CITS participated schools with total of 200 students.  The dates and number of CITS participating students were as follows:

  • SJK (T) Ayer Tawar, Perak (29/5-2/6/17) = 50 students (100%)
  • SJK (T) St. Theresa’s Convent, Perak (5/6-9/6/17) = 50 students (100%)
  • SJK (T) Ladang Regent, Negeri Sembilan (29/4/17, 6/5/17, 20/5/17, 17/6/17&24/6/17) = 46 students (100%)
  • SJK (T) Rantau, Negeri Sembilan (29/5-2/6/17) = 54 students (100%)

The objective of this programme is to improve the academic performance of CITS participating students in the UPSR examination. In line with that, the subject camps serve students to improve their skills in answering questions, providing tips in time management, effective ways of studying and to expose them to Higher Order of Thinking Skills (HOTS). The schools appointed teachers specialized in the core-subjects as facilitators. They were exam marking experts who have extensive experience in teaching particular subjects for many years.

This programme was held for 5 days in each school to cover the 5 core subjects. A total of 200 students participated and benefitted from this programme. The students were able to understand the techniques of answering questions according to current exam formats at the end of the programme. Once the programme was completed, the CITS facilitator sent all the activity reports by attaching outcome of the project, challenges faced during the programme and ways to overcome the problems.

As a conclusion, the programme met its objectives which were to deliver students with the right mindset and preparation for the examination. The participating schools were pleased to have such an essential programme and to have positive recipient from parents involved. The art of learning is simple in the hands of a receiver of knowledge.

 

 

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