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St. George's School is a catholic mission school established since 1937.

Our mission is to provide opportunities for the overall integral development of each student.

Its multi-cultural community comprises of preschoolers, primary students and secondary students. Dedicated and committed staff strives to provide a stimulating environment that prepares students to be independent learners.

Its curriculum equips students to further their studies at any higher institutions nationally and internationally.

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  • Thu, 24 Nov 2022 - To Parents/Guardians/Students, the May/June 2022 GCE 'O' Level Original Certificates are ready for collection. Kindly collect it from School's office during office hours; Monday to Thursday & Saturday, 7.30 am to 4.00 pm
  • Sat, 12 Nov 2022 - To All Parents/Guardians; KG 3, Y6 & Y11 Graduation Ceremony, Merit Awards Ceremony & Distribution of Progress Report (KG1-2, Year 1-5, Year 7-10) [ Click to preview ] Hits: 78
  • Wed, 21 Sep 2022 - To all Parents & Guardians; Notice on 32nd National Teachers' Day Celebration [ Click to preview ] Hits: 172
  • Tue, 20 Sep 2022 - To all Primary and Secondary Parents; Notice on Distribution of 2nd Assessment and Mock Examination Progress Report [ Click to preview ] Hits: 117
  • Wed, 14 Sep 2022 - To all Parents & Guardians; Notice on Updates to Covid-19 Control Measures and Travel Guidelines [ Click to preview ] Hits: 151
  • Mon, 5 Sep 2022 - To Parents/Guardians/Students, the May/June 2022 GCE 'O' Level Statement of Results are ready for collection. Kindly collect it from School's office during office hours; Monday to Friday, 8 am to 12 noon
  • Wed, 24 Aug 2022 - To all Parents & Guardians; Information on the Second Term School Holidays and the continuation of the Third School Term [ Click to preview ] Hits: 189
  • Mon, 22 Aug 2022 - To Students/Parents/Guardians; Cross Country Race [ Click to preview ] Hits: 219
  • Mon, 1 Aug 2022 - To all KG and Primary Parents & Guardians; Notice on Annual Novelty Games 2022 [ Click to preview ] Hits: 224
  • Tue, 12 Jul 2022 - To all Years 7, 8 & 9A Parents & Guardians; Notice on Lining-Up & Flag Waving Ceremony in conjunction with His Majesty's 76th Birthday Celebration on Friday, 15th July 2022 [ Click to preview ] Hits: 220
Latest News & Events
Wed, 23 Nov 2022

On 12 November, our Year 1 and Year 2 had a Fun Day at the school compound. The purpose of this Fun Day is to enrich the bond between students and teachers through play, as well as to wrap up the school year with laughters and happy memories.

With the respective Year 1 class teachers, Teacher Rosemary, Cikgu Hasimah, Teacher Liza and our PE teacher, Teacher Sheeba, the students played two challenging games; ring toss and throw a ball into a basket.

In English period, our Year 1A students enjoyed a game of word bingo with Teacher Atiqah. After a round of word bingo, the students put their visual skill to test with a game of word shuffle. Similarly, the Year 1B played bingo with Teacher Hannah.

In Bahasa Melayu period, Cikgu Selomi and Cikgu Latipah encouraged the Year 2A and 2B students to showcase their artistic talents with a colouring contest.

After the class activities, our students jumped with joy on the bouncers that were set up at the KG playground. From the school management and teachers, it was heartwarming to see our little St Georgians learning through play after a year of transitioning from online learning to face-to-face learning.

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Wed, 23 Nov 2022

Here in St. George's School, Merit awards ceremonies are important as such ceremonies acknowledge the achievements of our hard working students who have made both the school and their parents proud. It also encourages the students to do well in their academics and to inculcate the competitive spirit amongst them.

The Merit Awards was held on Tuesday, 22nd November 2022 at the school's parish hall. The ceremony witnessed incredibly happy parents who came to celebrate the well-deserved success.

In the principal's remarks, Mr Janidi Jingan congratulated the high achievers for their perseverance and determination throughout the years 2020, 2021 and parts of this year, in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic which have forced the closure of schools. The principal also thanked both students and parents for the unwavering cooperation and support during the trying years of online learning. The principal extended his appreciation to the teachers for their unfailing efforts in ensuring that the students are equipped with necessary skills and in guiding students to continue their journeys as lifelong learners.

Mr. Janidi Jingan, shared the stage with Mr. N. Mubarak, the deputy principal, Mr. Aywen, the Head of Secondary, Madam Alice Ting, the Head of Primary and Madam Lily Sim, the Head of Kindergarten, to present the certificates to the awardees.

Apart from recognizing students who have excelled academically, today's Merit Awards event also honoured outstanding students who performed well in sports and committed students who were proactive in various events organised by the school. As Mr. Janidi Jangan emphasized in his speech, the aim is to recognise the extra talents of our students and motivate them to shine in their respective fields.

As the school year draws to a close, it is with great joy for St. George's School to wrap up the academic year on a winning spirit. Our outstanding awardees today is a testament that the path to success is paved with every commitment and effort you keep. To the rest of our students, stay motivated for even the smallest achievements pave a way to great success.

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Tue, 22 Nov 2022

Fire safety is of utmost importance, especially in large organisations, as many lives are at stake. On the 19th November 2022, St. George's School teachers and staff sat through a one-day fire marshal course conducted by the Fire & Rescue Department. Present from the department were Station Officer Hazwan bin Mawang and Assistant Station Officer and Public Relations Officer, Operational A Branch, Rustam Efandi bin Hj Metusin.

Before the course began, the principal of St. George's School, Mr. Janidi Jingan, remarked that as a school, all should be prepared to put out fires, should any occur, and should know how to operate a fire extinguisher as he emphasised it is not important just that we save our property, but that we save the lives of the children entrusted into our care. Mr. Janidi informed that if there are many teachers and staff interested, next year, a three-day course can be arranged in order that participants may be accredited with Fire Marshal Training Certifications.

During the course, the school was reminded that fire drills should be carried out twice a year to ensure that students are aware of the evacuation process. The fire officer then went on to explain the different emergencies they would respond to such as if there is a fallen tree, if an elevator has stopped functioning, and even suicide attempts, to name a few.

Station Officer Hazwan bin Mawang explained the various causes of fires. He also explained the different fire extinguishers, which are the water extinguisher, foam extinguisher, dry powder extinguisher and carbon dioxide extinguisher. Depending on the type of fire needed to be put out, different fire extinguishers would be used. The P.A.S.S. (Pull, Aim, Squeeze Sweep) method of operating an extinguisher was taught. A live demonstration was then carried out wherein staff and teachers were able to try out the different extinguishers on a controlled fire. The officers also taught how to use a fire blanket.

The short course proved to be extremely informative, and teachers and staff went home better equipped with not just fire safety knowledge, but the practical know-how that will benefit St. Georgians in case of any fire related emergencies.

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Mon, 21 Nov 2022

Monday, 21st November 2022 - St. George's School's Kindergarten section held its Kindergarten Open Day for the section's newly enrolled students for the Academic Year 2023. The event took place in the Kindergarten 2 & 3 classrooms.

The objective of the event was to allow parents and guardians a taste of a day in the life of a Little St. Georgian enrolled with the school. The kindergarten section assures a safe learning and play environment for all students.

Prior to the start of the event, parents and guardians were briefed by the Kindergarten Head of Department, Madam Lily Sim. Following that, classroom activities were conducted where the children were able to learn through play from the varieties of toys set up. The future kindergarteners then had their snack time together.

The children were then seated in groups for a few lesson activities set up by the teachers. These activities included Phonics Alphabet Scooping, Bacaan Rainbow Rice Sensory Writing, an English storytelling session, Maths Magnetic Fishing and Science Colour Mixing.

The end of the day saw the little tots waving thankful goodbyes to teachers for an exciting school day experience.

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Fri, 18 Nov 2022

St. George's School proudly celebrated 85 years of establishment, as well as education and curricular excellence on the 17th November 2022. This momentous occasion was marked at the school's Graduation Ceremony.

The morning buzzed with excitement from as early as 6 o' clock, as performers and graduating students prepared for the programme.Excited parents then started arriving to the International Convention Center (ICC) within the hour. As guests made their way to the Main Conference Hall, they were greeted with students' art pieces displayed for sale.

The event then began with the arrival of the guest of honour for the morning, Her Excellency Marian Jocelyn R. Tirol-Ignacio, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines. To receive her were Mr. Janidi Jingan, the principal of St. George's School, along with Mr. NM Mubarak and other members of the school management team. As Her Excellency made her way to her seat, the audience stood at respectful attention, while onstage, the school choir was ready to begin the programme with the singing of the national anthem and the school song.

Following that, St. George's School then revealed its 85th Anniversary digital logo. The logo, which was created by our talented secondary student, Sarah Ehyam Enopia Ancero from Year 10B, was chosen as the winning logo for the 85th Anniversary logo competition held in September. The hand drawn logo was digitalized by the secondary section's art teacher, Cikgu Afiqah Hanum.

It was then time for the opening act. A medley of traditional dances were performed by students of the school, which left the audience oohing and aahing. The dances were a showcase of the multicultural wealth that have defined the school since its beginnings, paying tribute to Chinese, Malays, Indians and Filipinos, as just a few races that make up the student population. Then, the principal of St. George's School, Mr. Janidi Jingan, took to the podium to deliver his welcoming remarks and vote of appreciation towards parents and students who had supported the school through the pandemic and online learning months. Mr. Janidi also promised, on behalf of teachers and staff of the school, that St. George's would continue to strive to produce dutiful children of this nation. At the conclusion of his speech, the principal then confirmed our Year 6 and Year 11 students graduates. Graduating students roared as the moment they had joyously anticipated had arrived!

The principal of the school then presented a souvenir to the guest of honour for the day, Her Excellency Marian Jocelyn R. Tirol-Ignacio, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines. Once pictures were taken, words of thanks exchanged, and all were seated, it was time for the kindergarten students to shine! Each kindergarten class presented cute dance numbers, earning themselves generous applause from the audience for the little ones' brave display of talent.

Graduation certificates were also presented to the Kindergarten 3A and 3B classes, as well as the seniors of the primary section, Year 6A and Year 6B, and to the seniors of the secondary section, Year 11A and Year 11B. The school did not forget high achievers from the graduating classes and presented merit awards to students who managed to place 1st, 2nd and 3rd in their respective classes.

As we came to the end of the ceremony, the graduating classes from each level went onstage. Heartfelt speeches were delivered by Hannah Isabelle Gordovez Rodil and Alayna Naira bte Azzulfa representing Kindergarten 3, Riczanne Nicole Dela Vega Rabano representing Year 6, and Van Persie Ferdinand, our Head Boy for the year, representing Year 11. Graduands then sang the concluding graduation song 'How Time Flies', a St. George's School original. However, a final performance caught the audience by surprise as Kool and the Gang's 'Celebration' blared from speakers and dancers once again took the stage! Those who could not fit on stage spilled out onto the floor, where they swayed side by side without missing a beat, successfully ending the morning on a high note.

Students, parents, and all in attendance were wished a blessed rest of the year. The celebration officially closed with the singing of St. George's School's school song, which stood as a reminder for all graduates to carry with them to the next chapter of their lives: that as forever St. Georgians, they should strive to be of service to all, with honour and love as their goal.

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Mon, 14 Nov 2022

On Saturday, 12th November 2022, St. George's School's kindergarten section held a Kindergarten Fun Day to mark the last day of school. The event was held at the school compound.

A total of 110 kindergartners, along with their parents and guardians came to enjoy playing a variety of games set up by the teachers; Magnetic Fishing by Teacher Majeedah, Bottle Bash by Teacher Najibah, Treasure Hunt by Teacher Eliea, Ring Toss by Teacher Diyana and Fill Me Up by Teacher Nora. Apart from that, students also had the chance to play on a bouncer set up at the KG playground.

Prior to playing any of the games, students were required to get a game card. With this game card, students were entitled a stamp for each game they attempted. Once they had completed all the games, they could claim their lucky dip present.

Despite the heat, our little kindergarteners left the event with happy faces, a bag full of sweet treats and a mystery gift in hand.

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Fri, 11 Nov 2022

On Thursday 10 November 2022, our Year 4A and 4B went on a field trip to Seria Energy Lab (SEL). The purpose of the excursion is to take students on an educational experience outside the classroom, one that would be memorable as well as enjoyable for the Year 4 students. The group consisting of 45 students, accompanied by 3 of our teachers, Cikgu Malai Salmah, Teacher Wendy and Ustazah Nurhaya embarked on the journey from school to Seria by bus.

Upon arrival, our group was warmly welcomed at the main entrance of the SEL building by one of the SEL officers, Awang Albert. To officiate the trip, we were given a briefing on the exhibitions and activities offered in SEL and the rules for the students to follow before entering the exhibition hall. Our students were excited and eager to participate in the activities. Amongst the exhibitions and activities we partook in were:

1. Aqualab

2. Swing Transfer / Oil and Gas

3. HydroCarbon

4. Energy Exhibits

Before leaving Seria, students were given the chance to enjoy themselves with their classmates at a playground nearby the main building of SEL. The journey back to Bandar Seri Begawan was filled with happy discussions among the teachers and students about the exhibitions and activities that they enjoyed most from the trip.

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Thu, 10 Nov 2022

On 3rd November 2022, the Year 3 students of St George's School visited Fun Blocks for an educational and fun trip. The students were warmly greeted by the staff and had a welcoming activity of songs and dance such as Chicken dance and Baby Shark.

Then, the students enjoyed 3 fun activities. The first was a cookie decorating activity, where each were given a cookie to decorate with chocolate and colourful sprinkles which they enjoyed eating right away. Next was a word search activity where the students had to find all the words and some completed in less than a minute. Finally, the most awaited activity - slime making. Everyone was given the materials and paid close attention to the instructor showing them how to mix the slime, which they could bring home as a souvenir.

After the hands on fun, they had free play time with their friends and explored many of the interactive and educational play areas of Fun Blocks. Every student left with happy faces and are very grateful for the wonderful time provided by Fun Blocks.

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Tue, 8 Nov 2022

A group of 26 St. George's School Kindergarten One students went on a fun adventure to Hungry Hippo on Saturday, November 5th.

Before entering the playground, the staff checked the children’s temperatures and ensured hands were all sanitised. Teachers also reminded students to play well with one another.

The visit allowed our students to form close bonds with one another. They also developed motor skills through adventure play, as they delighted in climbing and sliding.

The time spent was truly enjoyable and our Little St. Georgians snacked before departing back to school by bus.

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Sat, 5 Nov 2022

On the 3rd of November 2022, the Year 5 students of St. George's School were given the opportunity to visit the Science Energy Lab in Seria for a class field trip. The purpose of the trip was to treat the students after a year's worth of hard work in the classroom, while also exposing them to the oil and gas industry, which plays an integral part of our country's earnings and revenue.

The students departed the school at 12.30 p.m. accompanied by class teachers Sarah Jane Ward, Lim Jen Erh and Head of Primary Section, Alice Ting. Upon arrival at the Science Energy Lab, the students took a group photo at the entrance, and then proceeded to the main exhibition hall where they were briefed by Head of Outreach, Albert Chang.

The students were then split into two groups, each headed by a tour guide who gave thorough explanations about the different zones on display throughout the exhibition. The students were able to see different fish and marine animals in the Aqualab, learn about the history and process of oil production in the Oil and Gas Zone, as well as discover the effects of energy in the Future Energy Zone.

After the tour, the students were free to roam the exhibitions on their own. There were many interactive activities available for the students to play and learn from, such as the Hydrogen Rocket and Slow Bubble, just to name a few. After their fun-filled learning experience, the students boarded their buses at 4:00 p.m. and safely arrived back in school at 5.30 p.m.

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