Tutong Sixth Form Centre (PTET) recently organised an academic award ceremony for its lower six students who obtained excellent results in the end of year examinations.
Principal of PTET Hajah Murni binti Abdullah and Deputy Principal (Administration) Shanofazli bin Haji Sabli attended. Also present were members of PTET Parent-Teacher Association (PTET PIBG 2019/2021), tutors, staff and parents.
Hajah Murni delivered a congratulatory speech to students who were able to achieve excellent results, and to those who improved in their academic performance over the year.
The top three excellent student achievers are Nur Almas Bazirah binti Ali Hazis from class L6-1, Mohammad Haziq bin Matasim from class L6-4 and Khoo Hsin Fei from class L6-5.
These students were awarded for Excellence in Achieving Grade A*/A in three subjects, obtaining a total of 360 tariff points, and awarded the best in Physics, Biology, Chemistry, General Paper, and Mathematics subjects.
A total of 27 lower six students also received Awards for Excellence in obtaining 300 and above tariff points, and Excellence in Subjects.
Three lower six students were awarded Best Improvement in ‘Privileged Guided Learning 2019’ programme. The Motivational Prize presentations (contributed by tutors) were also awarded to 36 lower six students from all classes. Meanwhile, 22 upper six and lower six students were awarded for their excellent performance in their CCA club.
The centre also presented awards for the top three winners of ‘One Class, One Mini Garden’ project for the year 2019. This project is a termly competition for both lower six and upper six classes. It is one of PTET’s initiatives in making the school compound breathable, at the same time, instilling awareness about green environment to PTET citizens.
Each class was to present any kind of ornamental flowers except fruit trees, creatively organise the flowers, and be able to maintain their mini garden throughout the year. The voted winners of the project are class L6-6 (third place), L6-5 (second place) and L6-4 (first place).
Twenty-one subject tutors and 13 departments were also presented awards for Subject Tutors and Department Tutors who secured departmental target 2019 Grade A-E.
Added to the event was a slide presentation on co-curricular activities which have been carried out throughout this year.
The event ended with a recitation of Surah Al-Asr by Muhammad Mirza Hamsyari bin Mood Ikbal, a student from L6-4 class and one of the members of the PTET’s MPP/PRR 2019/2020.