Five students from Brunei Darussalam’s sixth form centres participated in the Youth Environment Camp 2022 organised by The Temasek Foundation – National University of Singapore (TF-NUS) from November 20 to 26 in Singapore.
The camp was filled with lecture activities, hands-on workshops, learning journeys, and students’ project presentations that exposed students to topics related to ‘Carbon Footprint’.
During the camp, Brunei’s delegation produced a poster and a research project paper titled ‘Fragile Ecosystem: Rainforest of the Ocean’, and was awarded merit in the Special Mention for the poster category.
The delegation comprised Dayangku Nur Basyirah binti Pengiran Mohd Noor Joffren from Duli Pengiran Muda Al-Muhtadee Billah College, Noor Zulaikha binti Muhammad Zulhilmi from Sengkurong Sixth Form Centre (PTES), Miza Hannani binti Haji Hazren from Belait Sixth Form Centre (PTEB), Alvin Teo Kui Thian from Tutong Sixth Form Centre (PTET) and Muhammad Nabil Aiman bin Haji Idham Khalid from Meragang Sixth Form Centre (PTEM). Two supervising teachers Haji Eddy Masirwan bin Haji Dolah from Paduka Seri Begawan Sultan Science College and Siti Rohaini binti Md Saleh from PTET participated as guidance teachers.
Other categories such as presentations on the environment were also contested during the camp with joint efforts of students from ASEAN member countries.