Thursday, February 12, 2009

Par Excellence

Taking the queue from the Guru Besar’s comment (on one of the blogged topics) on the teachers to pupils ratio at the Sekolah Kebangsaan Lipat Kajang,

Murid-murid kini seramai 76 orang termasuk murid Prasekolah dengan jumlah guru semua seramai 12 orang,
(The no. of pupils now is 76 including preschool, with the no. of teachers being 12 persons)

I am more likely to say that the ratio is the strength of the School. Less pupils per teacher. This is exactly what many schools (not only in Malaysia but all over the world) want. Teachers now can spend more time with each pupil, and the pupil should gain more knowledge with the more time spent by the teacher. Is that happening in Sekolah Kebangsaan Lipat Kajang? We are looking at pupil par excellence, pupils who can scores (many As) in an examination. Is that happening (scoring many As) in Sekolah Kebangsaan Lipat Kajang?. If its happening, well and good. If it does not happen, why is that so?. From my past experience at that School, when the teachers spent more time with us we became assets to the School (and the kampong) and many of us got good grades to go to good Schools/Colleges in Malaysia (and overseas).

Lipat Kajang people (or decendents) are encouraged to participate& contribute (Orang Lipat Kajang, atau keturunan, di jemput memberi sumbangan idea)


  1. on a ratio of about 10 pupils to 1 teacher, average, i don't see why the kids in SKLK now cannot score maximum A's in UPSR every year, and able to be fully recommended for full boarding secondary education, fully sponsored

    are we not achieving that these past years, Cikgu Shah?

    i say yes we can do it, with all the dedicated teachers that we have

    and i dare commit, concurred or otherwise by fellow bloggers here, any support SKLK may somehow need from anyone of us which perhaps are within our capabilities to offer, just say it, call anyone of us and we surely will be there to contribute, FOC, free of charge

    but of course all the teachers are already well trained and well groomed to teach all our children in SKLK, i trust

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  3. when my kids attended First Schools in England, that was the basis......small groups of not more than a dozen pupils are assigned to each and every teacher to focus their full attentions to
    and the same too when they proceeded on to higher levels of schooling there
    ...just my experience

    so that SKM status of SKLK actually can be turned into an advantage for the pupils of SKLK
    and in the long run, though SKM as it is, SKLK can prove that it is able to churn out par excellent primary school leavers, wow...

    so cikgu cikgu sekelian...

  4. CikGu,
    Bolehkan kami dapat e-mail address CikGu supaya boleh dimasukkan e-mail address itu untuk CikGu menerima semua topik blog dan komen blog ini. Terima kaseh.