NATIONAL DAY CELEBRATIONS AND HARI RAYA GET TOGETHER
We will be having a National Day celebration cum Hari Raya get-together on Friday, 29 August. Performances will begin at 11am.
Students are encouraged to wear their national costumes and bring pot luck for the Hari Raya get together.
As National Day, 31 August falls on a Sunday, the next day, Monday 1 September will be a school holiday.
UPSR EXAMINATION 9 – 11 SEPTEMBER
The UPSR examination will start on Tuesday, 9 September and end on Thursday, 11 September. To the primary 6 students, Nur Anissa, Anushka and Priya we would like to wish you, “All the best and good luck’ to all.
SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS & TRIAL EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULES
The schedule for the examinations will be as follows:
9 – 11 September
12 – 15 October
Trial Exam : 22 September – 8 October
SPM : 5 November – …
Back To School
Welcome back to school! We hope you all are well rested and ready for another term of hard work and fun. We also have a few new comers to the school. We would like to wish a warm welcome to Quinten and Tamon who have joined Year 2, Hinaki who has joined Year 1 of the primary international school.
This year, the Parents- Teachers day will be held on Saturday, 29 June. We look forward to meeting and discussing your child’s/children’s progress from 9.00 am to 12 noon. Refreshments will be served at Block No. 23 in the Art Room. All are welcome!
It is reported that the haze situation in Johor Bahru is expected to worsen in the coming days. It is very unfortunate that the unhealthy air does not permit outdoor activities so we are …
Our Fundraising Food & Fun Fair was on The New Strait Times again!
Sri Ara students learn the joy of helping underprivileged
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CHARITY: The youngsters of various nationalities repeat the success of last year’s fund-raising food and fun fair
The car wash for charity.
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STUDENTS of Sri Ara Private School had so much fun at last year’s fund-raising food and fun-fair that they were keen to hold a similar event this year. They were thrilled that the funds raised were channelled to the Japanese earthquake and tsunami relief fund through the Malaysian Red Crescent Society to its counterpart in Japan.
The rewarding experience encouraged the students to hold another fundraiser this year but they were undecided as to which charity to support.
“I gave them a challenge to help us decide which charity the …
FIRST TERM BREAK
The first term break will begin next week 12 March. We hope that students will use this time wisely to look into their studies.
FUND RAISER / YOUNG ENTERPRENUER’S DAY
There will be a fund raiser next term on Saturday, 14th April here at the school grounds. The idea was mooted last year by the teachers and is aimed at encouraging our students to take part in raising funds as an ongoing project. Part of the funds will go to a charitable fund that the SRC normally will contribute to at the end of the year.
Some of the parents have offered to chip in and help, we are happy to say through the Sri Ara Schools Parent Group.
The SASP have a dedicated e-mail at saspgroup[at]gmail.com. Please contact them and support our project and make this a success.
Further information on …
For the past 10 years that I’ve been in Sri Ara, I have never felt so comfortable around everyone. I originally placed in a public school for a year and half and I dreaded it. But when I found out my parents were pulling me out and enrolled here, I’ve never been that happy as when I was brought to Sri Ara School (previously the Tun Dr Ismail School), I was thrilled. Everyone was very hospitable.
Sri Ara is a small school. That is what makes it great and different from any other school. It’s a school where everyone knows each other. Everyone knows everyone else’s names. No one is a stranger there. So far as I know, all the students are very happy to be in Sri Ara. They are very lucky. It has a homely feeling and the environment …