Educate Yourself About Online Threats

Secure Verify Connect is an initiative by BruCERT aimed at increasing the awareness of Internet safety and information security among the Bruneian public. We all have a responsibility to educate ourselves about cyber threats and risks to our privacy and safety. Children are especially vulnerable and need guidance so they can enjoy using the Internet safely.

His Majesty receives 2 outgoing envoys

His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah (R), the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, received in audience His Excellency Major General (Rtd) Muhammad Ijaz Hussain (L), the High Commissioner of Pakistan, at Istana Nurul Iman.

Effeminate behaviour illegal under new Syariah law

Islamic Legal Unit Director Dato Seri Setia Hj Tassim Hj Akim responding to questions from staff at at the Civil Service Institute during a briefing on the Syariah Penal Code Order yesterday.

E-Hijrah, Accelerating Excellence

e-Hijrah aims over the next five years to implement and integrate a supporting infrastructure across the entire Brunei education system. The project will support and enable SPN21 and help achieve the ambitions of Wawasan 2035 in making Brunei a world leader of education services.

11 April 2014

Kids Exposed to the Wastes

A group of students had a live exposure on how the recyclable items were handled for recycling process. Dated back on 27 March 2014, the students experienced on how the items were set aside according to their specific classification of materials - papers, plastics and cans. This was a program being ran by the school until June this year in support for the Hewlett Packard Recycling Drive organised by Green Brunei Sdn Bhd.

They ventured through the process of scaling the items on the scale measurement tool. As they observed the materials were grouped respectively, handled and explained by the recycling workers from a private recycling company, and also from the teachers, students were able to identify the mass weights of the recyclable items human had had produced in everyday life.

Students also were able to predict that the recyclable items could be used again to produce new products. Recycling was also meant to save the used resources, at least to minimise from extensive exploration of natural resources solely for humans' use.

Although the students understood a little about recycling and were eager to know more of what would happen to the items next, they did understood that they needed to save the planet from humans' massive wastes around the world, particularly in their own country.

09 April 2014

Bahasa Melayu's Turn

Right after the routined morning assembly, it was Bahasa Melayu's turn for the morning activities. This time, involved the Year 4 students from 3 classes.

As usual, like the other two subjects on Monday and Tuesday; Mathematics and English, 3 activities were opened to students. They needed to complete all three within given times.

The students were also divided into five groups - Metal, Fabric, Ceramic, Glass and Rubber. All must participate and help each other in their own team.

All points were compiled and finally won by the Metal group. Fabric and Rubber came second, followed by Glass at third and Ceramic at fourth.

Excellent work kids!

08 April 2014

SD: Visit to Ceremonial Customs Day

A group of teachers, this afternoon, made a visit to International Convention Centre, ICC for short, to have a closer look at the Ceremonial Customs displays launched by His Majesty the Sultan of Brunei, His Royal Highness Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah on the morning of 31 March 2014. The visit was a part of teachers' staff development to gain new educational resources.

The displays were to commemorate the late 28th Sultan of Brunei, Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien, which His Majesty the Sultan of Brunei proclaimed the late Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien as a pre-eminent figure in Brunei customs and traditions.

Teachers toured through the displays recalling back the memories during the reign of the late Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien at which could be seen that the Brunei customs and traditions are now preserved until today.

Morning Activities of English Games

A new program has now been carried out every week for three days from Monday until Wednesday. The program involves all students to participate according to their scheduled days.

The games will be hands-on, critical thinking, teamwork and most of all, engagement or participation and role of each student within the team. Monday will be for Mathematics, Tuesday for English and Wednesday for Bahasa Melayu.

As for today, right after the routined morning assembly, it was Year 5's English subject's turn. All the Year 5 students of 4 classes totalling for about 108 students took part in three games. The students were grouped into 5 groups - Amphibians, Mammals, Birds, Reptiles and Fish.

The students were given 2 minutes for the first two games and 4 minutes for the last one. The first game required them to figure out the correct spelling of 10 jumbled words based on the themes; Time, Occupations and Months.

The second game challenged the students to create as many words they could from one word 'Encyclopedia'. The third game required the kids to look at a series of pictures, read the given strips of sentences, match and sequence them into correct orders. This required them to read and refer two things at the same time and also had to be quick before the time ran out.

Points were collected confirming the ranking for each group from 1 to 5. At number 5 was the Fish, 4 was the Mammals, 3 was the Amphibians, 2 was the Birds and 1 won by the Reptiles.

Congratulation to all participants. Job well done!

05 April 2014

Next Date Mass Collections for Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Program

Afternoon students. This is just to inform that the next mass collections for the 3R program will be on:
Date : Wednesday, 16 April 2014.
Time : During school time in the morning.

That's all for your information ;)
PS: Also updated on school's Facebook, Twitter and Google+

24 January 2014

School Organised Maulidur Rasul

Right after the routined morning assembly, the school this morning organised Maulidur Rasul in the hall. Led by Ustaz Moksin and Ustaz Amir with the recital of Dikir Marhaban, the occasion was to commemorate Prophet Muhammad's (peace be upon him) birthday in conjunction with the national event of Maulidur Rasul held in the town the other day on 14th January.

Attended by the principal, assistant principals, teachers, staffs and the students all together gathered in the hall for the annual celebrated event.

14 January 2014

Maulidur Rasul at Bandar with His Majesty

Tungku Primary School today joined with His Majesty the Sultan of Brunei and the crowds to commemorate the Maulidur Rasul or the Prophet Muhammad's (Peace be upon him) birthday in Bandar Seri Begawan at Taman Sir Omar Ali Saifuddien.

As early as 6 a.m, a total of 29 male students and accompanied by 8 male teachers gathered at the school's compound. Departed to the town in buses, though the day was drizzled with rain, the participants headed towards the Taman with high spirit for the celebration.

A series of events was perfectly organised soon His Majesty the Sultan of Brunei arrived at the occasion. A lively welcoming warmth greeting with His Majesty to the school's participants led by Ustaz Amiruddin bin Zaidi encouraged the enjoyness of the kids to see their beloved ruler live in person and to join such occasion more often.

His Majesty the Sultan of Brunei led to be the first for the procession marking the celebration was about to start. Followed by the royal families, government agencies and the public, the procession took for about 1 hour and a half around the capital, ended at the Taman itself.

11 January 2014

100 Years of Formal Education.

Attended by the teachers and an official from the ministry, the school this morning organised an event to commemorate 100 Years of Formal Education in Brunei Darussalam in the school's hall. The event was also held in all schools in Brunei Darussalam on the same day.

The occasion started at 8 a.m involving the Year 4, 5 and 6 students. Leading the recitation of Ratib Al-Attas and Doa Selamat was Ustaz Md Amiruddin bin Hj Zaidi. Also attending the event were PGB I and II, Cikgu Hjh Samziah binti Hj Sabtu and Cikgu Hashnalhakhim bin Hj Abd Halim.

24 November 2013

Haka Dance from New Zealand to Tungku, Brunei

Everyone was waiting and eager to know what Haka dance was, until Mr Simon Green, our English CfBT teacher showed and performed the dance on stage in front of others. Haka dance originates from Maori tribes in New Zealand which is also called the dance of war. To know more about Haka dance, click this link.

The school informally organised a sport day for fun on 21st November 2013, encouraging and engaging all teachers to participate in the games. Organised by our Physical Education teacher, Cikgu Haji Azreem arranged challenging games for both male and female teachers. The peak event was the Haka dance.

Mr Simon Green firstly explained about the Haka dance and performed a demonstration soon after that before the teachers and students in the school's hall. He showed the steps and movements and sang the native Maori language Haka song.

A group of male teachers were then called up to come to the stage, accompanying Mr Simon doing the dance together. The dance movements were introduced in steps, easy for the teachers and the kids to follow. This then became the warming up exercise before all teachers geared up for the games.

The Haka dance was a new experience for the people in the hall. It is truly will be a new experience among Bruneians too. Thanks to Mr Simon Green for the Haka dance. Everyone seemed enjoyed.

18 November 2013

Tungku Primary School Open Day 2013.

Pengiran Hajah Sarah binti Pengiran Haji Kamaluddin, Director General of Education from Ministry of Education, as the guest of honour accompanied by some officials from the ministry attended the School Open Day organised by Tungku Primary School this morning, 18 November 2013.

The guest of honour was welcomed by the school's headmistress, Cikgu Hajah Norliha binti Haji Matali. Also welcoming her were the Assistant Headmistress I and Assistant Headmaster II, Cikgu Hajah Samziah binti Haji Sabtu and Cikgu Hashnalhakhim bin Haji Abd Halim.

The visit started in the English Pra and Pra classes as they were the main focus and attraction of all show cases. The pra kids together with their teachers welcomed the visiting guests into their classrooms and showed their educational work and end-products they made based on their learning for this year.

Some of the pra kids showed their talent in playing a traditional Bruneian game called 'gasing' before the visitors.

They then moved into the hall where all show cases from Year 1 until Year 6 were held. Each level personally presented the hands-on and talent show.

Year 1 did the cursive writing done by 7-year-old kids. The Year 2 did the Show and Tell where the 8-year-old kids performed the reading into action and drama activities.

The 9-year-old kids of Year 3 presented the 3D models creation. Fantastic models were seen marvellous made by them. The creative writing activity done by 10-year-old Year 4 kids, made a move from basic but creative writing into picture stories in sequences, adding more creativity into fine drawings and scene set ups.

11-year-old kids of Year 5 showed the steps of making kites. They used raw materials like bamboos and crafted into fine straws for the skeletons. They were then modified into any shapes and plastered and designed with colour papers to give them to look more attractive.

The Year 6 of 12-year-old kids did the handicrafts and "Junior Chefs". The end-products they made this year were sold to public.

The visit then ended with a group photo with all teachers and an appreciation gift was given to guest of honour from the headmistress representing the school, teachers and students.

To view more pictures on the occasion, please do visit our facebook page at Rendah Tungku Brunei III.

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