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Education beyond the Ordinary

2017 │ 11 │ November

Sapientiae Life of Wisdom

A monthly newsletter of

St Joseph’s Family of Schools

Kuching

www.stjosephprivate.com

Form Five students,

HAPPY RETIREMENT to Mr

Gerald Lee

our Advisor

God bless you in your exam

All the best SPM Exam: 6 – 28 November

Highlights

Happy School Holidays 18 Nov 2017 – 1 Jan 2018

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Mr Gerald Lee Retires Form One Camp Historical Tour Post-PT3 Trips F3 Field Trip to Permai Flame! F3 Camp Achievements

St Joseph’s Private School, Kuching

Mr Gerald Lee retires

A ceremony was held in school after the school-wide Mass on 17 November 2017 to honour Mr Gerald Lee, the first Director and Advisor of St Joseph’s Family of Schools who also founded the schools. He retired on this day.

There was also a simple ceremony to send Mr Lee off as a mark of high appreciation for his generous contribution towards the schools all these years. He was accompanied by his wife, Mrs Evelyn Mora Lio Lee.

To view more photos, go to the school website – Photo Gallery – Photos 2017 – Liturgies and Assemblies 2017 – Prize Giving Assembly 2017

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The day started with a school-wide Mass to end the school year. It was followed by a ceremony to honour and send off Mr Gerald Lee who retired on this day as Advisor. Then academic prizes were given out to the students of the Primary and Secondary Schools who excelled in the Mid Year and Final Year Exams. It was followed by a tribute to Fr Francis Lim, SJ who goes off for a year’s sabbatical. It was an original song composed, played and sang by Elaine Su Xin Yi (F1D) and her friends from the Music Club. To top it up, the School Concert Band played two Christmas songs and the School Rally.

Prize Giving Assembly 17 November 2017

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Form One Camp 13 – 15 Nov 2 0 1 7 I have learnt a lot of new things from this camp: self-respect, appreciating my parents, forgiveness, letting go of the past, etc. I am surprised at how, in just three days, I am a changed person. - Damio Wong (F1E) I learnt how to work together as a team and be brave to make a presentation in front of others. - Farrell Ng (F1B)

I’ve learnt to appreciate everything in life, forgiveness, love myself and my family. - Aria Kuek (F1D)

This camp made me think of questions I ‘d never thought of in my life: Do I matter? Why do we forgive others? How to make a difference in the world? - Lydia Ngieng (F1A) Throughout the camp, I’ve learnt that I am precious and I matter. God made each of us beautiful. We are all created for a purpose in life. - Shannon Liong (F1A)

Real love does not give up when problems come along; it brings out the best in us. - Zoey Sim (F1A)

The three things that impacted me the most are we are created by God, how important relationships are between people and to appreciate all we have. - Chiew Yee Xin (F1C)

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On 14 November 2017, Form Two students went on a walking historical tour of Kuching Waterfront as part of their end of year activities.

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Lok Thian Restaurant

Annual Staff Dinner Retro Night 11 November 2017

School Staff Committee 2017-2018

Head: Mr John Yap Members: Ms Bong Wan Yuan, Ms Christina Michael, Ms Felicia Koh, Ms Imelda Sim, Ms Amy Ting, Ms Carrie Chung, Ms Lina Tanudwijaja 2017 │ 11 │November 6/37

St Joseph’s Private School, Kuching

HISTORICAL

TOUR

Waterfront, Kuching

On 30 October, 2017, students of Form 3A and Form 3E, led by Ms. Annie Wong, Ms. Annabel Salip, and Mr. Roger Chai, went on a historical tour around the Waterfront area as part of the Post-PT3 program for the Form 3 students in order to make full use of the students’ time after the PT3 examination. It was a great opportunity for the students to reflect and to gain new knowledge regarding the historical happenings and meaningful events that took place at this very land.

After having sung the national anthem and the attendance taken by teachers-in-charge, the students walked from the school to the Chinese Historical Museum (which is situated on the Waterfront opposite the Tua Pek Kong Temple) and arrived at about 8.45 a.m., with its gate opened to the public at 9.00 a.m. Students had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the exhibition where the early Sarawak Chinese community is traced back to their respective origins of different ethnicity. The museum houses many artifacts of past eras and displays Chinese traditions that still take place in the Chinese community in the present day.

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HISTORICAL

TOUR

Waterfront, Kuching After that, the students took a brisk stroll along Carpenter Street which is located only a short distance away from the Chinese Historical Museum. It is nonetheless the oldest street at the heart of old Kuching. The street is filled with old-fashioned coffee shops, tinsmelting, carpentry and more shops run by the same families for generations. Students were engulfed by its interesting lure of culture and history left by ancestors since the maritime era. Then, the batch headed to the Textile Museum which is also footsteps away from the main entrance of Carpenter Street. The textile museum showcases authentic textiles made by the main ethnic communities of Sarawak.

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HISTORICAL

TOUR

Waterfront, Kuching

The diversity in its exhibit of beads and textiles is interesting because practices of such are rare in modern days, which really caught the eyes of fellow students. In the course of the tour, students were exposed to the refined process of making textiles and the end product of traditional textiles. This exhibition has undoubtedly given students a deeper understanding and knowledge of the unique culture of the people of Sarawak, once again striking a reminder for younger generations to look back at the past and instilling the value to make improvements for the future. Students took the rest of the time off at the Merdeka Plaza until 12.00 noon and then walked back to school. It was truly an indelible experience for all of us to not just gaze back at the history of our land but also gain an informal learning of historical events. prepared by, Cassandra Ho Kai Ting(F3A)

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Malaysian Red Crescent St Joseph’s Private School Kuching

Blood Donor Awards Presentation This year, the Malaysian Red Crescent Society Kuching District, held its Blood Donor Awards Presentation on 28 October 2017 at the Crown Towers, Jalan Pending, Kuching. The ceremony commenced at 8.15 a.m. and ended at 2.00 p.m. Four Red Crescent members of St Joseph’s Private School, led by the teacher-in-charge, Mr. Albert Lee, participated in this function.

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Post-PT3 Trip to Melaka & KL As part of the post PT3 program, 8 students from F3D and 23 students from F3C went on a 4 days 3 nights (25 – 28 October 2017) educational trip to Melaka and Kuala Lumpur, accompanied by Ms Maria Ritikos and Mr Roger Chai. Day 1 The students were so hyped about the trip that some hardly slept the night before. We boarded the 5:45 a.m. flight to KLIA, where upon arrival we were greeted by our tour guide, Mr Tan. After introducing ourselves, we boarded the bus to our first destination, the historical city of Melaka. Along

A scenic view from St. Paul’s Church in Melaka

tales of the bygone era of the Malacca Sultanate and the arrival of the Portuguese, Dutch and British who contributed to the rich history of Melaka. We finally arrived at the Stadhuys, said to be one of the oldest Dutch building in the Eastern Region. Although it was a weekday, the Red Square was abuzz with activity of locals as well as foreign

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Post-PT3 Trip to Melaka & KL holidaymakers. We then took the welltrodden steps to the ruins of St Paul’s Church and the A Famosa Fort. After posing for countless photos, it was time for lunch which was at the Nonya Village Restaurant. The afternoon was spent strolling along the famed Jonker Street which ended at the Melaka River. After dinner, everyone was more than glad to finally settle in their rooms for a good rest. Day 2 After breakfast, we left Melaka and headed for Kuala Lumpur. The students were eager to head for the shopping malls to do some serious shopping. However, Mr Tan insisted that their educational tour was more important. Due to time constraint and a tight

schedule, we could only take a bus tour of Putrajaya. What a magnificent sight it was; with its impressive architecture, wellplanned streets and immaculate greenery. We marveled at the monumental landmarks such as the grand pink Putra Mosque, the Wawasan Bridge, the federal government administrative buildings and Wetlands Park, to name a few. Later, we made a short visit to the Upside Down House, posed for some hilarious pictures before having lunch at another Chinese restaurant. Our next stop was the Aquaria located beneath the KLCC. This world class aquarium boasts 150 species of marine life. As we walked along the underwater tunnel, we were grateful for the thick glass that separated us from the

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Post-PT3 Trip to Melaka & KL tiger shark, sea snakes, blue rays and giant groupers. It was amazing to see blue rays gliding gracefully amongst giant turtles and all kinds of fish of various sizes above our heads. We were transfixed as professional divers swam among and hand fed these seemingly harmless sea creatures. Our visit to the Aquaria was definitely an unforgettable experience as we got to see different species of sea life which we are not likely to see if not for places like the Aquaria. The afternoon ended with everyone’s favourite activity in the itinerary – shopping – first at Suria KLCC then at Mid Valley Mega Mall. Day 3 The much awaited part of our trip – Sunway Lagoon. After breakfast,

we headed for Bandar Sunway in Subang Jaya where the theme park is located. We spent the whole day there, mainly at the Water Park, the Scream Park and Wildlife Park. We screamed our lungs out as we took spins in the loops of the African Python and raced each other down the Congo Challenge. The more daring students went on the roller coaster and 360 degrees rides. At the Scream Park, we held on to each other in the pitch darkness as we wandered through the Ghost House not knowing when the ghosts, vampires and zombies would leap out at us. Those who loved animals strolled through the Wildlife Park, home to exotic creatures including lemurs, a lion and lioness, and snakes. All In all, it was an exhilarating funfilled day. The day ended with more shopping at Sunway Pyramid before we had a sumptuous dinner at an authentic South Indian restaurant.

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Post-PT3 Trip to Melaka & KL A group photo at Sunway Lagoon in Petaling Jaya

Day 4 Our trip had almost come to an end. We took a last leisurely bus tour around the city admiring the Moorish architecture of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the KL Railway Station. After lunch, we had a last minute shopping at Mitsui, a brand outlet shopping mall where the

students deals on We left boarded home.

rushed to get good their favourite brands. for the airport and the 6:40 p.m. flight

Our 4-day trip had been pretty hectic and did not give us enough time to get acquainted with each destination but we have learnt to appreciate the unique beauty and heritage of our country. This could the one and only chance that these 31 students had to go on a holiday together and create memories they would cherish for a lifetime.

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Post-PT3 Trip to Penang 32 students from Form 3A, Form 3B and Form 3E accompanied by 2 teachers, Ms Annie Wong and Mr Ambrose Tai went on a 4 days 3 nights trip to Penang from the 25th of October to the 28th of October 2017. The objectives of this trip are to broaden students’ knowledge about the history of Penang and strengthen the bonding among students and teachers. Day 1 (25th October 2017) The students and teachers met outside the Airasia luggage check-in counters at 8:00a.m. Once all had arrived, the luggage was checked in. The flight departed at 9:30a.m. and arrived Penang at 11:30 a.m.

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Post-PT3 Trip to Penang

Upon arrival at Penang International Airport, we were met by the friendly tour guide, Mr. Vincent Pek. After boarding the bus, we were taken to a local restaurant for lunch before proceeding to Lebuh Farquar where we started our walking tour through the Street of Harmony. On this street are buildings such as Masjid Kapitan Keling, St George’s Anglican Church and Goddess of Mercy Temple. We also went to Little India Street to visit a Hindu temple. After a long tiring walk, we stopped for a much-needed thirstquenching coconut drink. After that, we made our way to the Cititel Express Hotel where we stayed for our entire trip. We headed for dinner at 6:30p.m. at another local restaurant. After dinner, we went shopping at Gurney Plaza which everyone had been looking forward to!

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Post-PT3 Trip to Penang

Day 2 (26 October 2017) After breakfast, we proceeded to the Escape Theme Park at Teluk Bahang for adventure games. Some of the games included the Flying Lemur, A-maze, Rock Climbing and Kite Flyer. Excitement was written on everyone’s face upon arrival at the theme park. As most of us were adventurous, the Escape Theme Park was a place to show off our skills as daredevils. We left the theme park at 2:00p.m. There was so much fun that some even wanted to extend their time at the Escape Theme Park. The next few attractions were Cocoa Paradise and Lim Wah Tai where we got to sample and shop for local products such as chocolate, Bak Kut Teh and Tambun biscuits. In the evening, we were given time to shop at another shopping mall, that is Gurney Paragon, where most of us indeed shopped to our heart’s content.

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Post-PT3 Trip to Penang To satisfy our taste buds, we went to the local street food stalls for supper; enjoying food such as Penang Chao Koay Teow, Penang Laksa, Chendol, Rojak, Oyster Omelette and other mouth-watering Penang food. A trip to Penang will be incomplete without savouring its famous street food.

Day 3 (27 October 2017) Another attraction not to be missed is Penang Hill. At Air Itam on Penang Island, we took a funicular train ride up to the top of Penang Hill where the view was stunning. Penang Hill is one of the oldest colonial hill stations established by the British during their time in Malaya and the place was explored in the late 18th century. It also has a good repository of bungalows featuring a fusion of architecture

from the British colonial to Asian and modern architecture. Some of us took the buggy ride around the hill to enjoy the breath-taking scenery of the beautiful tropical rainforest and the invigorating fresh air. While some female students had henna drawn on their hands, others enjoyed the yummy icecream and ais kacang.

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Post-PT3 Trip to Penang

Then, we continued our way to the Penang Kek Lok Si Temple which is one of the largest and finest temples in Southeast Asia where millions of magnificent images of Buddha and hundreds of beautiful carvings, sculptures and murals in the interior and exterior of the temple halls, pagodas and archways are found. There is a big turtle pond in the compound of the Kek Lok Si Temple and the students were thrilled when they were allowed to feed the turtles with vegetables. After that, we had dim sum for lunch at a restaurant in Cititel Hotel. The lunch was very special as we were given the chance to savour the mouthwatering and tasty Penang Dim Sum. After a full-stomach, we continued over to Queensbay Mall for some shopping time.

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Post-PT3 Trip to Penang Day 4 (28 October 2017) After breakfast at the hotel, we checked out at 9:00a.m. and proceeded to the next place of interest, the “Chew” Jetty. The place is a whole settlement of wooden houses built on stilts and “Chew” was derived from the surname of the migrants staying there. The group then went over to the final attraction for this trip, that is, the 3D Trick Art Museum, where optical illusions are used to make photos of realism. It was so interesting that many of the students wished they could spend more time in this museum.

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Post-PT3 Trip To Penang

After an enjoyable lunch, we went to Penang International Airport for our return flight to Kuching. The flight departed at 4:40p.m. and reached Kuching safely at 6:40p.m. In my opinion, everyone had had a marvellous time together in Penang. We wished we could have a longer stay in Penang as there are still quite a number of

interesting places that have yet to be discovered. Given the opportunity, I think many of us would like to visit Penang again. Undoubtedly, the trip to Penang has been really wonderful and beneficial. prepared by: Wendy Wong Kee Xuan (F3A)

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Form Three Field Trip Camp Permai 19 & 20 Oct

On the 19th and 20th of September 2017, a field trip to Permai Rainforest was organised for the Form 3 students as part of the post-PT3 programme. The students had to be split into two groups, each going on a different day, due to the large number of participants. However the itinerary for both days were the same. The students gathered in school and took off to the designated destination using two buses at about 8:00 a.m. and arrived there at approximately 9:30 a.m. and were accompanied by a few teachers. An indemnity form was filled upon arrival to prevent any complications. The students were further divided into three groups, each doing different activities, to save time. There were three activities to be done and one of which was the 'flying fox'. Each student took turns to glide through the forest by attaching themselves to a special equipment. It was an exhilarating activity and was greatly enjoyed by most students.

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Form Three Field Trip Camp Permai 19 & 20 Oct

Besides that, a few games were held at the beachside under the watchful eyes of the friendly staff. Students had to learn how to cooperate with one another in order to achieve victory. For example, they had to walk in a line with their feet tied together to their group to reach a certain point without tripping. The last activity was a treasure hunt. The students had to look for certain items hidden around the area by following certain

instructions. It was quite tiring having to walk up and down the area to search for the items but was fun nonetheless. After completing the activities, the students had lunch at the eating area prepared by the staff. The food was appetizing and helped to ease the

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Form Three Field Trip Camp Permai 19 & 20 Oct

hunger after a long morning. The scenery was exceptionally pleasant and the sea was calm. After lunch, the students and teachers then journeyed back to school by bus. The approximate time of arrival was around 3:30 p.m. It was a very fruitful experience for both students and teachers due to the many different types of activities and intimate exposure to nature. Many different values were also learnt and will hopefully be upheld such as cooperation and bravery in whatever activities they do.

prepared by Tara Jane Bhasker (F3A)

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Catholic Memorial and Pilgrimage Centre Mount Singai

Photos by: Frederick Lau Li Yuan (F3D) Jonathan Tan Lian Jun (F3A) Tiffany Chan Fern (F3E) Wilbur Choo Yee Rong (F3D)

On the 26th of October 2017, the Form 3 students embarked on an adventure of a lifetime to their Annual Camp — Flame! 2017 — at the Catholic Memorial and Pilgrimage Centre (CMPC), Mt. Singai, bearing in mind this year’s theme ‘Go, set the world on fire.’ For three days and two nights, our large group of students, accompanied by several teachers, endured many challenges that taught many valuable life lessons.

Our first challenge surfaced the minute we step foot off the bus, where we had to climb up all the steps through the 14 Stations of the Cross, up to our living quarters. Not only did we have to carry our own weight up the steps (which was already a massive challenge to some) but also our own baggage which weighed up to quite a few kilograms. The students were relieved when we realised

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that each station had a stop with benches for us to sit that broke the climb into small chunks, expediting our journey to the top. The climb gave us a chance to appreciate the beauty of our surrounding nature that was created by our God Himself. Our work was not done when we reached our living quarters. We met the first occupants of our living quarters shortly after our arrival, and most of us were shocked to find out they were insects. A few of the dorms were inhabited by some of the insects, much to the distress of the female students. Some of the female cubicles were also occupied by a few of our new friends, resulting in a few vacant cubicles where only the courageous or desperate would venture into. After cleaning up our dorms, we were divided into groups, consisting of members from all five different classes to plan a cheer and performance for the highly anticipated Camp Night. We also participated in outdoor games with our assigned groups, which was surprisingly fun considering nobody knew what was coming. With

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the cooperation from everybody in their respective groups, all of us were able to complete the challenges in all the different stations successfully. This

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experience taught an important lesson that prepared us for the upcoming activities; that is, to have teamwork, a sense of leadership, patience, and most of all, communication amongst our group members. By the end of the activity, smiles were plastered on all our faces and it was evident that everybody had fun participating in all the games. Talks were given by Mr. Benedict and Father Alvin to give us a deeper understanding of this

year’s theme, “Go, set the world on fire”. We also enjoyed a foreign film shown about a man who found himself in the position of someone who attended to the departed, which was deeply frowned upon in Japanese culture. While watching the movie, we got to reflect on last year’s theme as well — to find God in all things. On the second morning of the camp, ninety students were fortunate (or rather unfortunate) enough to hike up to the summit of the mountain, while the other group of students

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journeyed down the mountain to the waterfall, doing their part by carrying bricks up to assist the people of CMPC in building new facilities. The hike up the mountain was truly strenuous, but the hike down was harrowing. From flat to steep steps, the 90 students climbed up taking large breaths at a time and wondering which step they should take next. We encountered many dangerous creatures and obstacles, but being able to reach the summit and gaze at the beautiful view

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from above was worth it. For some of us, it was the first mountain we have ever conquered and it was certainly a proud moment for us. Fortunately, we were able to descend back down to the Centre without any casualties. At night, the long-awaited highlight of our camp, Flame! Camp Night, gave the students the chance to exhibit the result of all the groups’ preparation for the performances. All of us were greatly entertained by the skits, sketches, games and songs performed by each

group. Overall, Camp Night proved to be a success with the students exchanging comments and banter over each other’s performances. All good things must come to an end however as the last day of camp awaited them. The students packed up their belongings before attending their final Mass at camp at CMPC. After Mass, the students ate up their breakfast heartily before thanking and giving back to the residents and

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Catholic Memorial and Pilgrimage Centre Mount Singai

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caretakers by cleaning up the dormitories, 16 │ amphitheatre, toilets, dining areas, ensuring that 18 they were spick and span. Around one o'clock in the afternoon, after Catholic Memorial and Pilgrimage Centre all the facilities in the centre had been cleaned by Mount Singai the students, the students descended the mountain and went onboard the bus which took them back to school, marking the end of Flame! the students did gain many 2017. Although Flame! 2017 was tough and tiring things during the three days and as it was certainly out of their usual comfort zone, two nights that they had spent during camp. The camp was certainly an amazing experience which not only allowed the students to bond with each other but also with God during this process as they appreciated the nature.

written by: Myra Rebecca Wong Jia Min (F3B)

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Achievement RHB NST Spell-It-Right 2017 Sarawak State Champion Secondary School

Geralyn Ting Yik Huey (F5SP) Geralyn represented Sarawak to the National Challenge on 21 October 2017 in Kuala Lumpur. Fifth Place: Cheryl Chee Jia Wei (F2A)

Primary School Third Place: Maia Faith Leong (P4F)

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Achievement

Pertandingan Kepenggunaan sempena Hari Pengguna Malaysia 2017 Salah satu sepuluh Pemenang Saguhati Esei Kategori C Bahasa Inggeris – Jemima Irina binti Mohamad Jeffri Hashim (F5SP) Salah satu sembilan Pemenang Fotografi Kategori A – Morven Chua Hsien Hao (F4AA)

Australian Mathematics Competition 2017 Year Eight Junior Division

Alexander Liew Zi Yi (F2A) – Distinction Chong Jia Chern (F2A) –Credit Elbert Khoo Yit Bao (F2A) – Credit Felix Then Kai Fan (F2A) – Credit Sean Tan Huan Zhi (F2A) – Credit 2017 │ 11 │November 31/37

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Achievement

Stella Chang Ching Yi (P1J) won a consolation prize with her short story titled “My Unique Family” in the “We Sarawakians and My Colourful Happy Family” Photo and Short Story Competition organised by the Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club (BNBBC) and Political Secretaries Office under the Chief Minister’s Office in conjunction with Malaysia Day on 16 September 2017. The aim of the contest was to showcase the multi-ethnic and multi-cultural families of Sarawak.

See next page for her winning essay

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My Unique Family by Stella Chang Ching Yi (P1J)

Achievement My tummy rumbles. I hope my daddy will come home soon for dinner. My mummy has made three-layered pork, using her special recipe from Popo (grandma). I am Stella. I am six years old. There are three members in my family. Mummy can cook lots of yummy food like Korean glass noodles and Indonesian satay. If I want it, she will cook it! She learned her excellent cooking skills from Popo when she was living in Bandung. My daddy is from Kuching. He is very hard working but he always tries his best to be on time for dinner every day. As we come from different backgrounds, we celebrate birthdays and festivals in different countries. We speak different languages in our family. I am very proud of my parents. Though we may come from different countries, we love one another very much and are proud to call Sarawak home.

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Sports Achievement

Youth City Academy Cup 2017 (Futsal Competition) Sentosa Sports Centre, Stakan, 30 October 2017

Champion

Derick Liew Chee Hua (F2A), Samuel Chan Han Wei (F4SP), Lau Zhi You (F1A), Kieran Sia Han Hsien (F2D), Aaron Ong Jia Shyin (F4AB)

Joshua Paren Paul (F4SP), Charlie Davidson ak Jitem (F4SP), Benjamin Antak Zhi Ming Jabu (F4ST), Nicholas Sia Han Ming (F4SP)

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Sports Achievement Kejohanan Pembangunan Balapan dan Padang MSS Sarawak Ke-16 Sibu, 27 November 2017

Rachelle Jo Liew Yee Ning (F1A) Pingat Gangsa 3000m Jalan Kaki

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SJPS Newsletter 2017-11 November.pdf

Post-PT3 Trips. • F3 Field Trip to Permai. • Flame! F3 Camp. • Achievements. SPM Exam: ... Zoey Sim (F1A) ... SJPS Newsletter 2017-11 November.pdf.

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