Salam Maal Hijrah to all Muslim brothers and brethren. It’s a new year for all of us; a new leaf and a new life. It’s the Hijrah 1435 calendar.
Courtesy of website : http://wangerrard.com/selamat-datang-november-2013
I am not going to rant a lot on this entry. Been busy with school stuffs (mostly clerical stuffs; the classic Malaysian teacher working scope!); everything is congested before the school ends within this two weeks. At this juncture, I just completed my Science PEKA data and also School Based Oral Assessment (SBOA) or English oral tests data – not many teachers are teaching two core subjects, aite? Hahaha! And I just finished drafting script for tomorrow’s “Hari Kanak-Kanak” as well as” Jamuan Akhir Tahun Tahun 6″ (for the pupil MC; Shafiqah Aqilah).
Latest update – Headmaster wants to use the first week of HOLIDAY for all the KSSR in-house briefing (Urghhhh!!) and I was shocked! I blatantly told in the meeting that I would not be in Malaysia during that! Urgh…spoil my mood, honestly! I guess this news will send a happy smirking satisfaction to non-teacher people because it is not exactly a secret that being a Malaysian teacher; the only thing that public like to ridicule and mock is because of the long holidays. So, they think that teachers deserve to be ridiculed and make fun and mock because of the “light work”. They of course think they work harder but paid less. So, out of jealousy, they keep taunting teachers. Either way, what can we do? “Saya Menurut Perintah”. Oh, Sydney!!!!!
On, whole, Salam Maal Hijrah!