Thursday, 24 January 2013

BBC Active programs@ASSEMBLY talks

BBC Active started as part of BBC Schools Radio in 1929. Along with the  Radio Times, it is the oldest BBC publishing department and publishes an extensive range of interactive resources based on BBC  content, which support teaching and learning in primary and secondary  schools, adult language learning and English language learning.

Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Malaysian Teachers gather around UWCSEA model

ASSEMBLY team conducted a briefing for Public School teachers and showed them a model of Hanoi Old Quarters done by UWCSEA. Students are encouraged to create models that are simple, hardy and lightweight. These models will be transported and displayed in libraries, malls and possibly in Kuala Lumpur!

Friday, 18 January 2013

Singapore based schools streaming into ASSEMBLY 2013!

Global Indian International School, St Joseph's Institution, Raffles Institution, Anglo-Chinese Junior College, Hwa Chong Institution, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Republic Polytechnic, United World College, Dunman High School, ITE College East..

Tuesday, 15 January 2013

UTM sends 20 teams to ASSEMBLY (category C)

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (also known as University of Technology, Malaysia or UTM) is the oldest public engineering and technological university in Malaysia. The university specializes in technical studies, with separate faculties for the engineering divisions such as Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical and Biomedical.

Education in Malaysia
Secondary school
Form 1 13
Form 2 14
Form 3 15
Form 4 16
Form 5 17
Form 6 18-19 (Available in some schools)
Post-secondary education
Tertiary education (College or University) Ages vary (usually four years,
referred to as Freshman,
Sophomore, Junior and
Senior years)

Saturday, 12 January 2013

ABB@ASSEMBLY - energy efficiency (optimized)

ABB's Lim Say Leong, asst.VP and Amb, explains energy efficiency at our ASSEMBLY workshop 

Welcome to Sustainability at ABB

For ABB, sustainability is about balancing economic success, environmental stewardship and social progress to benefit all our stakeholders. Sustainability considerations cover how we design and manufacture products, what we offer customers, how we engage suppliers, how we assess risks and opportunities, and how we behave in the communities where we operate and towards one another, while striving to ensure the health, safety and security of our employees, contractors and others affected by our activities.

Friday, 4 January 2013

Hello from Doha, Qatar!

Compass International School of Doha sends team to Clean & Green Waterfront competition!

Compass International School of Doha is committed to working locally to improve the environmental well-being of the community in which it operates, and to sharing the responsibility to exercise stewardship and ensure sustainability for the children of today and tomorrow.

We firmly believe that schools can play an important role in educating the citizens of tomorrow in relation to environmental matters. We will reinforce our commitments to our students and staff through the examples we set. By demonstrating positive environmental practices and implementing school based environmental programs which will foster knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes, our school will be able to make a material impact on its students, and ultimately on the environment in which we live.