Random oh so random :0

5 Jan


Hye guys.


First of all, thank you thank you thank you for visiting this site 🙂

Hope you are enjoying yourself here by reading what’s happening around me 🙂


Okay been busy for the past three days. I am trying to get used to my kids. They are new to me. I have to teach 6 Soleh, 4 Amanah and 4 Soleh for English. Except for 6 Soleh, I haven’t meet any of my pupils from the Year 4 as I didn’t teach Year 3 last year. Hence, remembering their names was also difficult for me to do as I have approximately 130 pupils to teach and that doesn’t include PE classes. So everything was a bit too much for me to handle at the moment of speaking.

Anyway, all is well I supposed. Insyallah.

I just wanna share with you guys some of the things that are quite important to me as a teacher.


#1. License to teach- The Record Book.


As what have been advised by my dearest Headmaster, The Record Book is like a license for me to teach. It’s like, if you don’t have this, you won’t allow to enter the class. So this big and thick book has been my loyal companion since my practicum until now. You MUST write lesson plans everyday. Do not procrastinate. I repeat do not P-R-O-C-R-A-S-T-I-N-A-T-E! Otherwise you will be in hell! Plus, you also have to write down the reference books and whatnot.


#2. The Timetable


Of course you need a timetable dude!  If not, you won’t be working, right? So in total I have 28 periods all together and as you can see here, Tuesday and Thursday are my nightmares. Being 3 periods straight with the Year 6 pupils is definitely a challenging moment for me to bear, whilst for Thursday, the periods between one another are so close and I have to climb those stairs!! Uwaaaa, I think I’m going to shed few kilos this year! But, mind you that this timetable is not temporary. Normally, it will change from time to time, the least is 2 times per term. So I hope I’ll be getting better timetable on the next round. Insyallah Ameen ameen.


#3. The Notes


The notes are like my life. If I lost them I would die, literally. But seriously, if I don’t have these on my hands, I’ll be like a lost kid in a supermarket surrounded by strangers. Ok, you may say that you already have the Record Book and inside that book there’s lesson plan. Yet, I still make some notes for me to refer to. It’s easy for me to hold the paper when I’m writing on the blackboard. It would be uneasy thing for me to do if I were to hold the thick book all the time. So a piece of paper consists of the notes that I were about to use comes in handy.


Some examples:

Notes for Year 6- Parts of body

Another one..

Hahahaha, I know I know I suck at sketching but trust me, the kids love these sketch when I used them today 🙂 No doubt they draw better than me in their textbook.


#4. The Books

Books are so important to every teacher. If you don’t have books, then how to teach? Tell me tell me. Anyway, textbooks are teacher’s best friend. I use textbook a lot to plan my lesson and Internet too find interesting worksheet for me to use in the class.


L: The impending book inspection. I totally forgot about this!

R: Textbook. Love the smell of new textbook.


#5.  The School Bag


Not only pupils, teacher also need a school back.  Mine is big compared to other teachers ;p Well, it’s easy for to stuff everything inside my bag including my breakfast and this tall, big green bottle



#6. The Desk

Well of course you need a desk and a chair for you to do your work right. This is what we call workstation 🙂 Well, mine at this time is so messy. I even twitted about this ;p


See. It’s still under renovation. I need to kemas this and that, here and there. I just don’t have the ample time to do it now.


#7. The Angel and The Devils


I have to put these darlings cause they are the newest addition to the school. They are angels but give them like a month or two, they will change to devils. Trust me ;p


They are in their orientation program at the moment, and this is part of the list- touring the staff room!


Look at their decent faces. Listen attentively to their teacher. Oh I am so want to be their teacher.


So now look at the angels that have turned to D-E-V-I-L-S. Behold, Year 6 Soleh.



The boys. See, I told you!


#8. The Good Company

At the end of the day, despite of all the hassles and bustles, the tenses and stresses, all you need is a damn GOOD COMPANY. My lovely colleagues. My source of gossips and laughters. People above are like my mothers. Yes, I have few mothers here in school. They give lots of advise and cooking tips too 🙂   L-R: Kak Jue, Kak Azizah and Kak Ton.

L-R: unknown (yellow scarf), Kak Fizah, Kak Shuk, Cg. Amran and unknown (red scarf)

L-R: Kak Nun, Kak Kamariah, Kak Tie, and Kak Ani. This picture was taken during last year’s cross country event and we all representing the house colors.


Ok. I think it’s enough for now. So for teachers- to- be, these are some of the basic needs in becoming a good teacher. No, a great  teacher! 🙂


Till now, peace yo!




Tired me: Jannah


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