The Kota Kinabalu High School Board of Governors Speeds Up the Effective Implementation of School-based Assessment.
With Great Support and Sponsorship from Sabarica Coffee.
为加快有效执行校本评估（PBS）取代中三评估（PT3），加强宣扬亚庇中学农业教育基地、现代农业综合实训基地，亚庇中学董事会董事长林克光日前率领要员与沙巴礼卡咖啡（Sabarica Coffee）携手为亚庇中学农业俱乐部举办《沙巴礼卡咖啡分享会&备忘录》。此次分享会特邀亚庇中学董事会副董事长拿督邱陶正为主礼嘉宾以及沙巴礼卡咖啡创始人李荣吉（Jackz Lee）为主讲人，现场逾50名中学生出席参与。
In order to speed up the effective implementation of the School-based Assessment (PBS) to replace the Secondary Three Assessment (PT3), to strengthen the promotion of the Kota Kinabalu High School Agricultural Education Base and the Modern Agricultural Comprehensive Training Base, Mr. Lim Kiat Kong, Chairman of the Board of Governors of Kota Kinabalu High School, recently led key personnel and Sabarica Coffee to join hands to organise the "Sabarica Coffee Sharing Session & Memorandum" for Kota Kinabalu High School Agricultural Club. The event specially invited by Datuk Hiew Thien Choi, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Kota Kinabalu High School, as the Guest of Honor and Jackz Lee, founder of Sabarica Coffee, as the speaker. More than 50 high school students attended the event.
"The content of the presentation given by the founder of Sabarica Coffee during the event is very rich. It does not only allow me to know more about coffee, experience on-site roasting of coffee beans and making coffee latte, but also let me fully understand the cultivation of Sabarica process from upstream and downstream collaboration of the industrial chain and supply chain, channel integration of resources, etc. I joined the Kota Kinabalu High School Agricultural Club spontaneously, because my family and I were very interested in agriculture, and we also planted pineapples, peppers, potatoes, pineapples, corn, etc. My family and I believe that getting into agriculture is also part of fitness activity. I am very much looking forward to participating in more extracurricular activities.” Wong Li An, a Form 3 (3T) student and member from the Kota Kinabalu High School Agricultural Club, said in an interview.
Kota Kinabalu High School Board of Governors Chairman Mr. Lim Kiat Kongsaid that the new learning method of replacing Secondary Three Assessment (PT3) with School Based Assessment (PBS) is seen as more inclusive and comprehensive, assessing students' true potential at the school level to nurture better students and develop new generation. School-based assessment (PBS) is assessed through three parts, namely: classroom assessment (PBD), extracurricular activities assessment (PAJSK) and psychological assessment (PPsi), which can accurately assess and reveal students' strengths and weaknesses. School-based assessment not only creates an interesting learning environment for students in an exploratory way, but also enhances students' critical, creative and innovative thinking skills through exploration, investigation and project production. The world is constantly changing. The Board of Governors of Kota Kinabalu High School will make use the Asia-China agricultural education base and resources to create opportunities for students, so that students can get in touch with leaders in various industries and fields and acquire great experience and exposure in terms of theoretical and practical knowledge.
“Since I joined the Kota Kinabalu High School Blueprint Team in 1983, I have witnessed the relocation of the Kota Kinabalu High School from the old site to the new site, and I have also witnessed the Kota Kinabalu High School Board of Governors had personally worked on the beautification and greening of the campus due to the lack of school funds. I look forward to this major improvement and transformation. In the near future, students can spontaneously make good use of the resources of the Kota Kinabalu High School Agricultural Education Base and Agricultural Club, strengthen activities under the supervision of teachers and support from their parents, and jointly implement the land-based school plan.” The Vice Chairman of Kota Kinabalu High School Board of Governors Datuk Hiew Thien Choi said in an interview.
After the event, Mr. Pao Ong Kiew, the member of Kota Kinabalu High School Board of Governors, expressed his gratitude to Mr. Jackz Lee, the founder of Sabarica Coffee, for his strong support to Kota Kinabalu High School, not only donating 200 Arabica coffee seedlings (Arabica Coffee) to Kota Kinabalu High School, and also provided a rich, interesting and rewarding sharing session for teachers and students.
Pictured: Chairman of the Board of Governors of Kota Kinabalu High School, Mr. Lim Kiat Kong (4th from right) presents a souvenir to Datuk Hiew Thien Choi (3rd from right), officiating guest of the Sabarica Coffee Sharing Session & Memorandum. Kota Kinabalu High School Teacher Mr. Gregory Mojuntin (first from left), Member of Board Governor of Kota Kinabalu High School, Mr. Phang Wei Terd (second from left), Founder of Sabah Reka Coffee Mr. Jackz Lee (third from left), and Principal of Kota Kinabalu High School Ms. Wong Bitt Lee (second from right) and Member of Board Governor of Kota Kinabalu High School, Mr. Pao Ong Kiew (first from right), witnessed and took a group photo together.