Dear Parents & Students,
The PMR examination will start from Tuesday, 4 October until Monday, 10 October as scheduled by the Examination Board, Ministry of Education. The exam will be held at SMK Dato Jaafar (SDJ), Jalan Yahya Al-Datar, 80300 Johor Bahru.
Parents will have to send the students direct to SDJ where the teacher in charge will be waiting by the guard house. Please pick up your children from SDJ to go home after the exam is over everyday.
Please make sure that your children are in their proper school attire with hair neat and trimmed and bring along their identity cards.
IGCSE will commence from Wednesday, 12 October to Tuesday, 18 November. The examination timetables have been given to the students and exams will be carried out strictly in accordance with the Cambridge International Examinations.
Final Year Examination
The final year examination will be held as follows:
|Swasta Secondary||Form 4||12-21 October|
|Form 1 & 2||17-21 October|
|International Secondary||Year 10||13-21 October|
|Year 9||17-21 October|
|Year 7 & 8||18-21 October|
|Swasta Primary||Primary 1 to 5||18-21 October|
|International Primary||Year 5 & 6||18-21 October|
|Year 1 to 4||19-21 October|
REMINDER TO PARENTS AND STUDENTS (PMR & IGCSE)
The exam timetables have been given to the students and they hae been briefed on the rules and regulations whilst taking their exams. Kindly note the times for the various subjects and we appreciate your cooperation in making sure that your children reach there on time for the examination. We will not be responsible for any refusal of entry into the examination hall by the school’s administrators or exam invigilators, should the candidates not adhere to the rules and regulations as laid out by the School Examination Centre.
Deepavali falls on Wednesday, 26 October. The school will be closed for a week from Monday to Friday. 24 to October as holidays for Deepavali, in uniformity with government and private schools.
On behalf of all the staff at Sri Ara, I would like to wish all Hindu teachers, parents and students a Happy Deepavali.
Fatimah Osman, Administration