Dr Morni Thanks Teachers for their Genuine Contributions to Students Success.

Teachers Day is celebrated on May 16 in Malaysia. This significant date is dedicated to all teachers throughout the country for their contributions in building our young generations; and also to commemorate the endorsement of the Razak Report in 1956; an educational proposal aimed at reforming the educational system in Malaya at that time (now Malaysia).

In conjunction with this auspicious occasion, Dr Morni Hj Kambrie (Founder and Chairman of SIDMA Sabah) on behalf of Azlina Ngatimin (Director, Corporate Marketing and Business Development), Azizah Khalid Merican (CEO), Managers, Heads of Departments, lecturers and staff of SIDMA College UNITAR Sabah would like to take this golden opportunity to convey our appreciation and to congratulate all teachers, regardless of whether they are in the Education Department, public or private sectors, colleges or institutions of higher learning as well as in pre-schools and nurseries, for their vital contributions towards the education and development of our young children, thus enabling them to excel holistically, and capable of achieving high level of personal well-being as well as being able to contribute to the harmony and betterment of their family, society and the nation at large.

Dr Morni also convey his appreciation to Datuk Hajjah Maimunah Hj Suhaibul, Sabah Education Director, and her team of officers in the department for their genuine and continuous efforts to improve and transform the education system of the state. Datuk Hajjah Maimunah, as the Director of Education for Sabah, has planned and implemented various programmes to increase parent’s awareness particularly in the interior part of Sabah on the importance of education to their children.

Dr Morni also praised the Education Department for their commitment inimplementing the 90:10 Policy, a policy that promoted the appointment of more local teachers, who will have more awareness and empathy with the needs of rural children, and are thus able to provide the necessary platform to ensure equity among these students in schools.

Dr Morni also take this chance to convey his “Thank You” and appreciation to District Education Officers; Secondary Schools Principals and Head Masters; as well as to all teachers and school staff who have assisted SIDMA College UNITAR Sabah graduates and trainees placed in their institutions during the students’ practicum term. Thank you very much for making a difference in our students as well as in our young graduates. We are indeed grateful to know our students learnt and gained much from experienced teachers and are able to reflect on each event encountered and shared, thus enabling them to grow professionally in character, maturity and discipline; thus adding values to the future and betterment of our young generations.

Dr Morni who has personally witnessed SIDMA College UNITAR Sabah graduates; both Bachelor of Education (Hons) and Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education (Hons) as well Diploma in Early Childhood Education teachers grow to possess hearts of compassion.

He also urged all SIDMA College and UNITAR Sabah Bachelor of Education (Hons) as well as Diploma and Bachelor Early Childhood Education graduates to follow the footsteps of their mentors and senior teachers; to equip themselves with characteristics of efficient teachers, be inspiring and ever willing to assist, support and equip the young with relevant knowledge, skills, attitudes and confidence in order for them to become efficient future leaders of the country in accordance to the 2050 National Transformation Programme.

How and what we teach our young children today will determine the attitude, values, skills as well as social awareness of tomorrow’s citizens of the country.

Thank you, Teachers. Thank you very much for your dedications, sacrifices and contributions to the success of each coming generation of the nation.

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