PREPARING FOR EXAMS: Keeping your nose to the grindstone is key
BE SAFE. BE SEEN: The event was in memory of 13-year-old Zenani Mandela‚ Nelson Mandela’s great-granddaughter who was killed in a car crash
A STORY without an impressive or thought-provoking opening is effectively ineffective, so to speak.
MEMORIES: The writer helps in the production of a yearbook as she finishes high school
YOUNG spellers, rejoice — the RHB New Straits Times National Spell-It-Right (SIR) Challenge returned for its sixth season last weekend and started off with the new written preliminary rounds.
ACTS OF KINDNESS: An Irish record label gives back to the community
EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: A graduate trainee programme grooms future leaders for the consumer goods industry
SPORTING ACTIVITY: University students and employees take part in a social responsibility programme
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE: Malaysian children train with Cardiff City Football Club
THE poetry section of the English Literature International General Certificate of Secondary Education examination tests the ability of students in applying analytical techniques they have been taught to pieces of writing that they have not studied.