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- SGS Academic & Events Agenda 2022. Click me for the details!
- Welcome to St. George's School, Brunei Darussalam Official Website.
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.
- Wed, 21 Sep 2022 - To all Parents & Guardians; Notice on 32nd National Teachers' Day Celebration [ Click to preview ] Hits: 85
- 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: 43
- Wed, 14 Sep 2022 - To all Parents & Guardians; Notice on Updates to Covid-19 Control Measures and Travel Guidelines [ Click to preview ] Hits: 64
- 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: 139
- Mon, 22 Aug 2022 - To Students/Parents/Guardians; Cross Country Race [ Click to preview ] Hits: 163
- Mon, 1 Aug 2022 - To all KG and Primary Parents & Guardians; Notice on Annual Novelty Games 2022 [ Click to preview ] Hits: 173
- 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: 154
- Wed, 27 Apr 2022 - To 2021 Year 11 Students/Parents/Guardians, the October/November 2021 GCE 'O' Level Original Certificates are ready for collection. Kindly collect it from the School's office during office hours: Mondays to Fridays from 8.00 am to 12.00 noon
- Thu, 14 Apr 2022 - To all Parents & Guardians; Information on the First Term School Holidays and the continuation of the Second School Term [ Click to preview ] Hits: 343
St. George’s School is celebrating its 85th year and to mark this milestone, we invite all to celebrate with us!
For those who would like to enroll new students to the school, we have a special 85th Anniversary incentive:
St. George's School will be having its 85th Anniversary Celebration and as a part of the celebration, the school is giving/awarding gifts to the parents who are enrolling their children in St. George's School for the year 2023.
- This voucher is only applicable for the new registration of 2023 in conjunction with its 85th anniversary celebration.
- This voucher can be used once only.
- Voucher cannot be exchanged or redeemable for cash and it must be presented to the Bursar during the purchase.
- Voucher is only entitled for stationery package from Bursary.
- There will be no replacement provided if this voucher is lost, stolen, destroyed or used without permission.
- Voucher is valid until November 30, 2022.
Wait no longer! Enroll you children now and encourage your relatives and friends to register their children with St. George's School to avail this special gift.
For futher information, please contact St. George's School Office +673 2224458.
Graduation ceremonies are important in St. George's School as such ceremonies allow the celebration of students whom the school have seen grow in their educational endeavours. It also marks for students a time of change, of progression, and of moving on to a new chapter of their lives.
Undeterred by the COVID-19 situation of last year, St. George's School held the Kindergarten 3, Year 6 and Year 11 graduation ceremonies for the graduating classes of 2021 on Monday, 26th September 2022 at the school's parish hall. The three ceremonies were held at different times of the day as the school is still mindful of seating capacity precautions. As expected, parents eagerly and excitedly attended to witness these milestone events.
In the principal's remarks, Mr. Janidi Jingan congratulated the graduating students for their determination and hard work throughout the years. The principal also thanked both students and parents for cooperating during the trying year of online learning, and especially for submitting all the necessary papers for the PSR and O Level assessments. Teachers were also appreciated for their painstaking work in ensuring the students get grades they deserved. Mr. Aywen, the Head of Secondary, Madam Alice Ting, the Head of Primary, and Madam Lily Sim, the Head of Kindergarten, also gave their respective word of thanks to students and parents
This occasion brought an end yet beginning to the next phase of our graduands' lives. St. George's School is proud to have been able to usher our students into the subsequent journey they will embark on in their pursuit of education.
Credits for title: Atiqah Morni
Wednesday, September 21 - The Department of Islamic Studies, St. George's School held Solat Hajat Prayer and Surah Yassin recitations attended by teachers and Muslim students of Year 6B, Year 8 and Year 11. The event is for seeking blessings and guidance from Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala in their coming PSR, SPE and 'O' Level exams.
Saturday, August 27 - This the second term organised the Department of Islamic Studies. The topic was on Makarimal Akhlak delivered by Dr. Ummi Nadiah binti Pengiran Haji Suhaimi, and Norzaherah binti Haji Jaili, officers from the Religious Enforcement Division, Ministry of Religious Affairs. The talk attended by Year 7 to Year 11 Muslim students. The objective was to explain on the important of Aqedah in the life of a Muslim in strengthening his faith towards Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala and avoiding the negative influence which can affect their belief.
Being leaders in St. George’s School, great opportunities are offered to us to hone various skills such as confidence, teamwork and the commitment to serve others rather than to be served.
In order to provide meaningful experience, the school organised a leadership training on the 27th of August 2022 for leaders and students with the potential and desire to collaborate with the school in making sure that the school values and ethos are inculcated into the minds of the student body, their fellow St. Georgians.
The first half of the training was held at Muara Beach, where the students were assigned into groups to carry out ice-breaking and team building activities. A few icebreakers played were Head-Shoulder-Knees and Shoe, the Whisper Challenge, Ping-Pong Move Along and Sandcastle Building. The leaders learnt the importance of working together to achieve goals and to understand each other.
The second half of the training was held in school itself. Our ever-supportive Principal, Mr. Janidi Jingan gave us an inspiring speech about the qualities of a leader as well as the importance of understanding that with great power comes great responsibilities. Also present were our encouraging Students Affairs Officers, Cikgu Apiza and Mr. Eugene along with Ms. Evelyn and Mr. Zul.
We believe that all that we have learnt from the training will not only help us to be effective leaders of the school, but also to be responsible citizens and truly, assets of our own countries since we, the leaders, come from diverse cultural backgrounds and are of different nationalities.
What we have also now come to understand is that leadership is never a finished product, but rather, it is an ongoing process that needs continuous nurture and refinement. As student leaders, we are thankful that St. George’s School could grant us such an opportunity to further ourselves.
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The Department of Co-Curriculum Education, Ministry of Education has organised Friday Sermon Competition between the Secondary Schools in Brunei for the year 2022. The competition was conducted via online. The video recording was done by Nicholas B. Tju our Senior IT Technician in the school library.
St. George's School was represented by four students who were divided into two teams.
The results of the competition show that the team of Muhammad Zarif Al-Muzaffar Bin Hj Md Arrifen and Mohammad Daffa Danny Bin Abdullah Ali Hussin finished sixth and the ninth place goes to the team of Nur Muhammad Danial Al-Haqq Bin Hj Arfan and Mohammad Afiq Kasyfi bin Abdullah Md Amirol Dani @ Ahmad Shafiee.
It is hoped that our students gained the experience with the competition format and get prepared for the future competition.
On Wednesday 24th August 2022, a group of 30 St George's School kindergarteners yesterday embarked on an eye-opening adventure to the Animals Kingdom Petting Zoo at Jerudong Park.
After a safety briefing and catching a train to the venue, the visitors were split into smaller groups.
Zoo rangers chaperoned the pupils as they fed and got up close to the animals.
Other activities included animals puzzle and creating "lively caterpillar".
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St. George's School students excitedly made their way to the city's Eco-Corridor Park on Thursday, 25th August 2022 for the Annual Cross-Country Race! After taking a hiatus for the past few years due to the pandemic, the cross-country was held to promote health and fitness amongst both students and teachers.
The students ran eagerly as all were told that those who came in the first ten positions for each age group would receive a prize. Present to start the event were the Chairman of the School Board of Governors, Mr Anthony Liew, the School Principal Mr Janidi Jingan and the Deputy Principal Mr N.M. Mubarak.
Runners erupted in a peal of anticipation as the starter's horn sounded, and the race was run according to age groups of Above 15 and Under 15 for both boys and girls respectively. The participation of the students from Year 6 to Year 11 was very encouraging and all were in high spirits to support one another, making it a good end to the second school term.
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St. Georges School held its 33rd KG and Primary Novelty Games on Saturday, 8th August 2022. The Chairman of the School Board, Mr. Anthony Liew was in attendance of the event, as well as Principal Janidi Jingan, Deputy Principal N.M. Mubarak and parents of students involved.
In compliance with the current Covid Pandemic SOP, the Novelty Games were separated into two parts - the KG games and the Primary games to avoid overcrowding the school grounds. The event commenced just before 2 p.m. with an opening by the emcee followed by welcoming remarks from Principal Janidi Jingan. The KG novelty games began immediately after, and it saw games such as Ball Balancing Race, Hula Hoop & Ball Obstacle Race, Fill the Cup & Count, Ball Tossing Relay and Flour & Spoon Race played by the KG 1, 2 and 3 students. Parents were invited to play alongside their children for the some of the games.
As an intermission between the KG and Primary games, parents and students were treated to an Aerobic Performance by the Year 5 students. The Primary novelty games then kicked off, seeing games such as Watch Your Step, Ring the Cones, Crazy Water, Stack Attack, Hula Hoop Relay, Finding Lost Marbles and many more. Prizes were presented by the Principal immediately after each game and all classes had group pictures taken post-awarding. Although each game had a winning team, there were no losers for the day as each student walked away with a prize, goodie bags and most importantly, the values of teamwork and camaraderie amongst their peers.
Six of our Year 9 students have participated in the Road Safety Quiz Competition on 15 August 2022. The competition was organised by the Co-Curriculum Education Department, Ministry of Education and was conducted online.
The results of the competition were released on 16 August 2022. Two students have qualified to participate in the Final Stage which will be held in October. The students are Muhammad Daffa Dany bin Abdullah Ali Hussin, 9B and Muhd Adam Danish Hakimi bin Hj Mohd Ayub, 9A.