Donation Trip Scrap Book

  • Lions Club Emerald / Batik Boutique donated this generator. They not only gave the generator but also set aside some cash to pay porters to carry it up. Six porters carried it all the way to SK Semban, walking on six flimsy bamboo bridges on the way.

    The generator bursts into life. We get it running twice a day: two hours in the morning to preserve the meat and fish, and to enable the school to use a donated computer. Another two hours at night to enable the children to study, and to resume preserving the meat and fish. Thanks to the donors. We preserve meat and fish using salt before this.

  • Sarawak Energy / Batik Boutique Hotel / Lions Club Emerald donated three desktop computers but due to limited power, only one can run at a time. We are still using our laptops when necessary. This is a group of pupils learning multiplication through songs that have been downloaded from Youtube.

  • Towards a better English. This year, all upper class pupils (Year 4, 5, 6) get a dictionary, thanks to Batik Boutique Hotel and Lions Club Kuching Emerald.

  • New books on the old shelves… Among the reading materials donated by Batik Boutique Hotel and Lions Club Emerald of Kuching.

  • Three pupils are going through an encyclopaedia donated by Batik Boutique/Lions Club Emerald. They like the many colourful illustrations in the encyclopaedia

  • A group of little children with one of the indoor games donated.

  • We start with lines…A pupil uses water color for the first time. Batik Boutique and Lions Clubs came up with boxes of water color and brushes.

  • These two kids were using water color for the first time. Batik Boutique Hotel and Lions Club Emerald came up with boxes of water color. At the end of the lesson, the boy asked, “Next time we water color again, ok?”