When we come to the crossroads of life and the road forks, we stop to ponder – which road shall we take?
Some are lucky to have the route chartered for them; others have to make that difficult choice. It is for this reason that the Career Fair is organised for us at Sri KDU Secondary School.
Talks by renowned experts in the field of Pre-University education - among the speakers were Mr.Michael Parris, the Business Development Director of Cambridge Education Group and Mr.Frank Meagher, Associate Director at Taylor’s College.
Among the numerous topics covered:
- Pros and cons of various pre-university options
- Grading structure of each of the courses
- Subjects requirements for the various courses
- Ways to improve your testimonial.
- Areas that a particular course emphasizes
- Competitive advantages that each course provides
- Course duration
Prefects have the duty of upholding the discipline of the school, act as a student leader, and serve the school. In order to instill a strong sense of enthusiasm and spirit to serve the school that is required as a prefect as well as improve the fellowship amongst the board members, activities and camps are conducted every year.
A prefect camp was held on 14 till 15 January 2011 to not only accomplish the above objectives, but to prepare the probationary prefects for life as a prefect and to motivate and challenge the prefects of Sri KDU. An integral part of being a prefect is the self-discipline that prefects have, for in order to enforce discipline within the students of the school, prefects themselves must live by that motto.
Every prefect who attended the camp brought home with them something new that will inspire and guide them as they continue their journey as a prefect of Sri KDU Secondary School.
“The crackling sound of a gunshot being fired was quickly drowned out at a stadium that was packed full of students who were screaming, shouting and cheering their hearts out in support of the athletes. The noise intensifies as the athletes edge closer to the finishing line, and subdues as the race is completed, some jumping with joy, others sighing in disappointment. The victor looks around in disbelief, overjoyed at the outcome, while the defeated participants contemplate what went wrong. However, the spirit of sportsmanship shone brightly as the winners consoled the defeated who in turn congratulated the winners.”
This is one of the many defining moments that could be witnessed at Sri KDU’s Annual Sports Day 2011.Held on 25 February at Panasonic Stadium in Shah Alam, the school’s 8th annual competition was the closest run contest ever held by Sri KDU, with the victors, the Blue House, winning the competition by a mere 4 points. However, nothing should be taken away from their victorious moment as they have worked hard and pulled together in order to achieve victory.