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The students’ lunch boxes today at Seri Mulia Sarjana International School are noticeably healthier than the students’ usual fare. Fried finger foods and quick snacks are replaced with healthy fresh fruits and vegetables. This is part of the school’s initiative to promote healthy eating habits among the students in support of World Health Day.

Students of Seri Mulia Sarjana International School (SMSIS) took their learning outdoors as they embark on an Eco-Adventure Camp for the school’s optional school holidays activities. The group of students from Upper and Lower primary classes were engaged in various programmes that extended their learning beyond the classroom walls.

In line with the school’s continuous improvement process in teaching and learning, swimming lessons are now integrated in the school’s Physical Education curriculum. This move fully complements the Cambridge Primary Curriculum implemented throughout the teaching and learning areas as prescribed by the school’s standard as a Cambridge International School.

Friday, 28 February 2014 00:00

SMSIS Marks Brunei’s 30th National Day

A special National Day assembly was held in the school grounds of Seri Mulia Sarjana International School to mark the culmination of week-long activities celebrating Brunei’s 30th National Day. Students sang the Brunei national anthem dressed in their finest national costume and participated in Bruneiana trivia games.

At SMSIS, the academic year has begun in earnest and students are well settled in class. This signals the start of the school’s much anticipated teacher led ECA programme which the students are eager to start.