150 UPSR candidates in motivation programme
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The participants came from four primary schools namely SK St Jude, Kampung Kekan, SK St Bernard, Dalat, SK St Kevin, Sungai Kut and the host school.

DALAT: Some 150 UPSR candidates, parents and teachers converged at SK St John, Kampung Medong to take part in the 2017 UPSR Candidates Motivation Programme organised by SK St John’s Parent-Teacher Association last weekend.

The participants came from four primary schools namely SK St Jude, Kampung Kekan, SK St Bernard, Dalat, SK St Kevin, Sungai Kut and the host school.

According to the programme’s coordinator, Royston Valentine who is also chairman of PIBG SK St John, the theme of the programme was `Ambition Inventing Mind’.

The programme was conducted by a 28-year-old motivator from Mukah, Ahmad Qadri B Basri who is also Managing Director of Aqademi Ventures Malaysia Education Development and Social Project.

“Ahmad is an expert in Neuro Activity and Psychology, the recipient of Universiti Putera Malaysia Vice Chancellor Award and International Invention Product Golden Award United Kingdom who shared his experiences and tips by placing the mind as the main aspect of success,” Royston said.

He added that the programme also stressed on the mental preparation for the UPSR candidates and the final rejuvenating effort before they sit for their public examination which is less than a month away.

Also present at the function were the headmaster of SK St John, Maurice Josaphat Jepun, Penghulu of Kampung Medong, Sylvester Ceylon, Kampung Medong Seberang Village chief, Mahrup Libeng and Councillor Rokiah Yassin.

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