Saturday, 20 May 2017

PTET star achievers feted at national academic award ceremony (20.5.2017)

Three Year 13 students (2015/2016) who achieved three straight grade A for the Brunei-Cambridge GCE A-Level November 2016 examination were awarded at a national academic award ceremony held at the International Convention Centre (ICC) today.

The students were,
1. Teo Zhi Perng
Chemistry (A*)
Physics (A*)
Math (A*)

2. Arzree Francis
Physics (A*)
Math (A*)
Chemistry (A)

3. Aisy Umar
Chemistry (A*)
Math (A)
Physics (A)

Another Year 12 student, Afiq Hamizan bin Amzah was also awarded for being "Top in Brunei for AS-Level Chemistry" and being "Third Place for Best Across Four AS Levels".






Wednesday, 10 May 2017

PTET appoints new student leaders for academic year 2017/2018

This morning, PTE Tutong held an investiture ceremony for the new student leaders session 2017/2018.

Borneo Bulletin and Media Permata covered this story.

A total of 30 students were elected to become part of the Students' Council (MPP) with another 30 being elected to be part of the Peer Guiders (PRR).

Md Riyanulaiman Effendy bin Mohd Yazid is the new President of the Students' Council, succeeding Syafi'e bin Hj Sabrin.

Meanwhile, Mohammad Ammar Syahmii bin Alim is the new Chairperson of the Peer Guiders, succeeding Najwa Hazwani bte Muhammad Haskani as the outgoing Acting Chairperson.



Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Aspirasi magazine is out


The long awaited PTET School Magazine Aspirasi is out.
PTET students (Session 2015-16), please collect your personal copy from the school admin office during office hour.
The cost of the magazine has already been fully paid during L6 admission.

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Imtiaz group sets bar high (26.4.2017)

Borneo Bulletin and Media Permata covered this event.

Yesterday's gathering involved students who have scored 280 tariff points and above based on the UCAS tariff points system, either in their Lower Sixth End of Year examination and also the recently released GCE AS-Level November 2016 examination results.


In light of their current achievements, representatives from the college's Education Development Unit (EDU) briefed students and parents on various information that will become very pivotal in coming months for their varsity application.

The Assistant Senior Master (Academic), Cg Nur Adyani bte Hj Yusop briefed on general higher education options. The Head of EDU, Cg Charles Lim talked about overseas university application and key dates. The school's specialist career teacher, Cg DK Farizah bte Pg Hj Wahab briefed on the education loan. 

It is hoped that the information relayed would benefit the Imtiaz focus group as well as their parents.

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Students show outstanding IT skills to raise awareness on Glocal issues (18.4.2017)

Borneo Bulletin and Media Permata covered the story.

Six groups of finalists, which comprises of Upper Sixth General Paper (GP) students had the opportunity to share with the school through their excellent thought-provoking videos in this year's iteration of the the GP ICT competition 2017.

Previous year's themes had included Superstititions, Green Brunei and Old is Gold. This year's theme is glocal issues. This year's finalists' videos touched on various global issues including poverty, racism, stereotypes, diabetes, catfish and drug abuse.


The top three videos, as judged by Faiq Airudin, a former photojournalist with the Brunei Times together with Cg Charles Lim Wei Siong (history tutor, PTET) and Abdul Azim bin Hj Morni (a former finalist from GP ICT competition 2015), were

First place - Diabetes
Muhd Danish Asrien bin Md Masri (U6-1)
Andrew Teo Kui Huang (U6-1)
Md Haziq bin Hj Imran (U6-1)
Md Izzuddin bin Ishak (U6-2)
Nur Amirah Syakirah bte Airwan (U6-1)
Nursyafiqah bte Sulhi (U6-1)
Swee Kae Yie (U6-1)


Second place - Drug abuse

Third place - Poverty

Videos are to be made available on the blog soon. Check this space frequently.



Friday, 14 April 2017

PTET soccer team battles hard in interschool men's football finals (5.4.2017)

Congratulations to the following students who had represented the school in interschool men's football finals amongst Cluster 5 schools in Brunei on 5th April 2017.


Leading up to the finals, PTET men's won big against SM Tanjong Maya men's with scoreline of 4-0.

Unfortunately in the finals, despite battling hard, PTET men's lost against SM Muda Hashim Tutong who were the better team ultimately, with the scoreline 2-0.



The students were accompanied by Cg Muhd Shahnofazli bin Hj Sabli, Senior Master (CCA) and Cg Sea Kong Meng.

The students who represented the school were,
1. Md Zamri bin Juppry (L6-1)
2. Abdul Qayyum Hakimuddin bin Hj Shahrol Annuar (L6-3)
3. Md Syahmi bin Hj Kamaluddin (L6-3)
4. Abdul Syafiq bin Merhassan (L6-4)
5. Faiz Hazim bin Md Fadilah (L6-5)
6. Muhammad Luqman bin Hj Md Zlan (L6-5)
7. Md Azwar bin Md Hairolrani (L6-6)
8. Md Adib Akmal bin Hj Abd Hamid (L6-6)
9. Azri bin Zainal Arfan (L6-7)
10. Ahmad Yadiy bin Mardani (L6-7)
11. Syafie bin Hj Sabrin (U6-1)
12. Md Haziq bin Hj Imran (U6-1)
13. Abdul Hakim bin Morni (U6-1)
14. Syahrul Nizam bin Adenan (U6-2)
15. Hisyamuddin bin Hj Zaidin (U6-5)
16. Md Rafiuddin bin Hj Rozaini (U6-6)
17. Hj Isyrah Iltizam bin Hj Osman (U6-7)
18. Ammar Qawi bin Nor Aidul (U6-7)
19. Md Ibnurafiq bin Ariffin (U6-4)
20. Md Izzudin bin Ishak (U6-2)