Saturday, March 29, 2014

SMK Limbang… Peaceful Place to Study

 

Hye, Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh and Very Good Day to everyone…

SMK Limbang… hmmm, Oldest Secondary School in Limbang… Back in History, this place contains a lot of unforgettable moment since in being corporated in 1962 (Before the Independence of Sarawak). SMK Limbang being the centre of war… Since the Limbang Coup De Tat held by Azahari’s armies, SMK Limbang also being the British Military Base for a while…

Situated nearby the Mas Hill, SMK Limbang scenery always wonderful.. sometimes, the thick fog surrounded the peak of Mass Hill make SMK Limbang looks cold even in the hot days (haha)…

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The Picture above shows the Evangelical Church, situated at Mass Foot Hill…

Before 2004, SMK Limbang was the no.1 top performer school in Limbang district (what I’ve been told before)… but, after 2004… SMK Limbang was separated into two schools, SMK Limbang dan SMK Kubong. The top performer teachers and students were transferred into SMK Kubong (They always mentioned in haha) make SMK Limbang performance began to decrease…

It doesn’t matter, actually I don’t care about the past… We are here now and we promise to teach and educate these adolescence to become truly quality students… Like malay proverb, “Di mana Bumi Dipijak, di situ langit dijunjung”…

I thought… 70% of the teachers in SMK Limbang are young teachers… haha, might me younger than myself. Even my mentor also younger than me…. hahaha. This situations make the school much more interesting… The students might like the young teachers… hehehehe

Hmm.. not much to say, but for me… teaching in small town like this is the real challenge… because I never teach at the rural area before. This place really difficult to adapt at first. Until today, I can’t fully adapt with the students sosio-cultured. I hope I will manage to ease myself in here. Hehe… One good thing about this place is, the students in here are multiracial and multiethnic that live in peacefully and harmony, and also they respect teacher more than at my hometown (I guess)

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