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Going to School in the Month of Ramadhan Is Not a Hindrance


 


 June 17th, 2017  |  07:39 AM  |   11768 views

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

 

21 schools in the country have achieved the target of 95 to one hundred percent of school attendance during the month of Ramadhan. Meanwhile 25 schools have achieved 85 to 94 percent of school attendance during the month of Ramadhan. According to Dayang Hajah Jeriah binti Haji Duraman, Head of Student Affairs Section, Schools Department, Ministry of Education, this clearly indicates that going to school in the month of Ramadhan is not a hindrance for every student to concentrate in their lessons.

 

Fasting in the month of Ramadhan does not draw away the attention of learning for students in primary and secondary school, but they are more active in conducting various activities and religious programmes during this holy month. The school remained active in conducting student activities that are appropriate during the month of Ramadhan so that the students will stay motivated and energized through learning lessons.

 

Yesterday was the last day of school session in the month of Ramadhan. Every student will be given a special holiday for Ramadhan and Aidilfitri Celebration for 17 days starting today. The students will return to school on the 3rd of July next month.

 


 

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