On Sunday 27 October, NEO Centre Johor Bahru was bustling with festive atmosphere as students, parents, teachers and volunteers gathered for the annual Nalanda Free School ‘Appreciation Day’. The joyful occasion was to celebrate students’ academic achievements, positive learning attitude and good behaviour throughout the year. The teachers expressed approval of individual students not only for improvements seen in their exam results, but also in their conduct and overall character development.
On Saturday 22 October, Nalanda Free School held its annual ‘Appreciation Day’ to honour all its volunteer teachers who have lovingly given their time and effort to educate the community. The occasion also provided an opportunity for students to show their gratitude and appreciation to their teachers. Some students came up with a dance performance which greatly amused everyone present.
On the last day of 2015, Nalanda Dhamma School facilitators, students and their parents gathered at Nalanda Centre for the annual “Appreciation & Honours Day”. This was one of the most important events in School calendar as it was a day for everyone to reflect and rejoice in their effort and commitment to learning throughout the year.
On 24 October, Nalanda Free School students, parents and volunteer teachers packed the Teaching Hall on Level 4 of Nalanda Centre to attend the school’s Appreciation & Honours Day. This is a special occasion to thank the volunteer teachers and staff for their dedication and hard work throughout the school year to help the students achieve academic success.
On 2 November, students of Nalanda Free School, parents and volunteer teachers filled the Srivijaya Hall at Level 3 to attend the School Honours & Appreciation Day. As the 2014 school year had come to an end, this is the occasion to pay tribute to the achievements of the students. 4 categories of awards were presented to students from each class after careful evaluation by their teachers. The awards were the “Full Attendance Award”, “Best Student Award”, “Most Improved Student Award” and the “Most Enthusiastic Learner Award”.
Established in June 2010, Nalanda Free School provides free academic tuition to needy Malaysian students aged 9 to 18. With 42 volunteer tutors and an enrollment of 460 students, the Free School operates 30 classes in 2012 – 6 days a week at both Nalanda Centre in Serdang and NEO Centre in Happy Garden, Kuala Lumpur.