Tungku Primary School, Brunei III Cluster 1

Ministry of Education, Brunei Darussalam: Announcement

Pra Convention & Prize Presentation on 30 November 2016

27 August 2016

Winner for Netball Tournament 2016

Sekolah Rendah Tungku, once again for the second time, emerged as the winner for Primary School Brunei III zone netball tournament last Thursday. Organised by Co-Curriculum Education, the competition was held at the Multipurpose Hall, Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium Complex.

Attending as the guest of honour for the final event and also giving away trophies to winners was Pengiran Othman bin Pengiran Karim, Head of Extra Curricular Activities from Department of Schools.

Sekolah Rendah Beribi Telanai came at the second place after Sekolah Rendah Tungku with points 6 to 11, while the third place went to Sekolah Rendah Pengiran Pekerma Setia Diraja Sahibol Bandar after the latter defeated the netball team from Sekolah Rendah Dato Ratna Haji Mohd Jaafar Kiarong.

Top scorer, Dk Sarah Nabilah binti Pengiran Maidin with the position of a GS, scored a total of 39 goals and the overall best player went to a GA, Dk Nur Yana Syahiera Haswizah binti Pengiran Saiful. Both players were from Sekolah Rendah Tungku.

This year Sekolah Rendah Tungku hosted the netball tournament for 10 Brunei III zone primary schools. The tournament encouraged the interest and enthusiasm for the netball sports among primary schools students.

More pictures on our facebook.

11 January 2016

Happy New Year 2016

Tungku Primary School wishes everyone a happy new year 2016!

10 November 2015

A Visit from SK Lubok Darat Sipitang, Sabah Malaysia.

The school yesterday received an elementary school visit from Sekolah Kebangsaan Lubok Darat, Sabah, Malaysia. Upon arriving, Cikgu Hjh Norliha binti Hj Matali, the headmistress of Tungku Primary School, welcomed the visiting school by firstly attending to the Conference Room for introduction. Also welcoming were the teachers and the students of Tungku Primary School who had been ready since very morning to receive the delegate to the school.

SK Lubok Darat aimed to experience on how the learning in a Brunei government school was like by looking at the teaching and learning approaches, with and without use of technologies, classroom and school environments and the cocurriculum activities for students.

The students of the visiting school had the chance to experience playing chess with Tungku students and also open learning through cocurriculum games in the school's hall organised by extra curricular activities teachers.

More pictures can be seen in our facebook page.

18 September 2015

Motivational Talk for Year 6 PSR Students

Tungku Primary School organised a motivational talk for its Year 6 students just to instill the spirit to obtain good grades of A to C in Penilaian Sekolah Rendah, PSR for short, which will be held in mid October this year.

Parents of the respective Year 6 students were invited to attend the talk which was presented by Cikgu Kamariah binti Haji Kasah from Counseling and Career Unit, Department of Schools, Ministry of Education. Others attending were the Year 6 teachers and the school's  Headmistress, Cikgu Hajah Norliha binti Haji Matali.

Self-disciplines, learning and study time management skills were among of the items shared with the students and parents, encouraging them to be self-dependent on their studies, apart from guidance from teachers and parents.

The students were hoped to gain some essential knowledge from the talk that could motivate them to pursue their studies for success.

09 July 2015

Khatam Al-Quran and Alms to the Needy

In conjunction with the month of Ramadhan, Tungku Primary School organised Khatam Al-Quran event and also distributions of alms to some identified orphans and needy people particularly the students from the school itself.

The occasion started with an opening speech and the first surah from head of organiser, Ustaz Md Amiruddin bin Haji Zaidi, school's head of Religious Section in the school's hall. Attending the occasion were the headmistress, Hjh Norliha binti Haji Matali, the headmistresses I and II, Nadiah binti Haji Mohamad Noor and Amashuraini binti Hj Abd Majid and also the teachers and students from the school.

The headmistress led the distributions of alms followed by senior teachers to a number of identified persons who reserved the right to receive them, aiming to lessen the burden of insufficiency of basic necessities for their own families, a common practice in the month of Ramadhan especially the need for the upcoming Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

Khatam Al-Quran led by Ustaz Md Amiruddin, the school's head of Religious Section (1st from right)

Attended by teachers and students from the school.

Al-Quran reading also by students and staffs.

An orphan receiving a distribution from the Headmistress Hjh Norliha binti Haji Matali

Distribution of basic necessity to one identified student's representative by the headmistress

Distribution of basic necessity to one identified student and her mother by Headmistress I, Nadiah binti Mohamad Noor

Distribution of basic necessity to one identified student's representative by Headmistress II, Amashuraini binti Hj Abd Majid

Distribution of basic necessity to one identified student by ECA senior teacher, Hj Azreem bin Ramli

Distribution of basic necessity to one identified student by the admin senior teacher, Hasdinah Faranom binti Hj Md Hassan

Distribution of basic necessity to one identified student by the admin senior teacher, Hjh Rohani binti Hj Mantok

08 July 2015

Compulsory Education Act

If a child of compulsory school age are not always present in a school as a student, parent or guardian of the child shall be guilty of an offense, which on conviction be liable to:

1. A fine not exceeding $ 5,000
2. Imprisonment for a term not exceeding one (1) year, or
3. Both of them all.

02 July 2015

CheckPoint Tests Year 4, 5 and 6

Today is the last day for Year 4 and 5 students having their SBA2 CheckPoint Test 1. The test has already been running for five days since Saturday, 27th June. As seen in the pictures, Year 5 are having their papers in the hall. Hopefully they all can excel and obtain great results.

For Year 6, the last paper of Science CheckPoint Test 3 will be on this Monday, 6th July. Previously they sat for English and Mathematics on 22nd June and 29th June, 1 week interval in between. They, too, are hoped to achieve better than before in CheckPoint Tests 1 and 2 in March and April.

08 March 2015

Parents Briefed On Compulsory Education Act

Tungku Primary school organised a briefing on Compulsory Education Act which was already enacted by Ministry of Education in 2007. The briefing was attended by parents and guardians of students of the school. The occasion took place in the school's hall on 7 March 2015. Apart, the occasion was also held for Year 6 parents to attend for their children's record signing soon after the briefing on the act was completed.

The school's headmistress, Cikgu Hajah Norliha binti Haji Matali delivered the briefing, accompanied by Headmistress Assistant 1, Cikgu Nadiah binti Haji Mohammad Noor.

Students' attendance was the main focus in the briefing. As mentioned by His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah, the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam in his 2015 New Year's eve Titah for a concerted effort towards achieving National Vision 2035, His Majesty welcomed the Ministry of Education’s plan to implement medium and long term strategies to ensure full student attendance in the classroom, as well as to derive multiplied efficacy in teaching and learning from lower to subsequent levels, setting a high target of at least 90 per cent of students achieving grades A to C in the Primary School Assessment for 2017.

The target was hoped to be able to help all students in primary school level to become more successful in their studies. In doing so, His Majesty said the enforcement of the Compulsory Education Act should be enhanced in a bid to produce a more disciplined and dynamic generation.

The attendance of students, as mentioned in the headmistress's speech, was tracked everyday both by the school and Ministry of Education through the newly implemented administrative system called the iNEIS or Integrated National Education and Information System. The tracking was live online. For any absent student without any given reason from parents, the student's absence could be seen directly by respective MOE officers in their office. The parents would be called on phones regarding the matter especially for students who had been absent for days.

Some parents attending the briefing raised feedback regarding the act on some unfamiliar situations. Questioning and answering session had given positive returns both for the school and the parents thus strengthening the knowledge information about the act.

For parents who need a copy of the briefing on Compulsory Education Act, they can download the copy from the school's blog at srtungku.blogspot.com. The briefing was hoped for the parents to take note positively and seriously on their children's attendance to schools.

Headmistress, Cikgu Hajah Norliha delivering the briefing

A parent during a Q & A session

Year 6 Signing Record for 1st Trial Assessment

Year 6 Signing Record for 1st Trial Assessment

Pendaftaran Profil & iNEIS Online

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