Thursday, 21 September 2017

112 PTET students feted at PTET’s annual Khatamul Quran (21.9.2017)

An annual event at PTET is the Khatamul Quran programme for Year 13 (Upper Sixth) students, which is co-organised by the Islamic Religious Knowledge (IRK) department, in partnership with the Student Council and the Peer Guiders.





A total of 112 Muslim Year 13 students who are sitting for the General Certificate of Examinations Advanced Level (GCE A-Level) October/November 2017, comprising of 39 male and 73 female students, took part in this year's iteration of the programme.

Present as the guest of honour was Cg Ali Hazis bin Hj Mohd Tahir, the Acting Director of Examinations, Ministry of Education. 

Monday, 18 September 2017

PTET former student amongst Sultan Scholars 2017/2018 (18.9.17)

Just this afternoon, Teo Zhi Perng (PTET 2015/2016) was awarded as one of the three undergraduates under the prestigious Sultan Scholarship scheme.

Teo Zhi Perng is going to read MEng (Hons) Materials Science and Engineering at the prestigious Imperial College London, United Kingdom.

The college is very proud of his achievement and hopes current students as well as prospective students to PTET would be inspired to emulate his academic success of triple A* in GCE A-Levels and his prestigious scholarship scheme to enter top ranking university.

         

Saturday, 16 September 2017

Badge Giving Ceremony for Tenderfoot Members of the Girl Guides Association at PTET (16.9.2017)

Borneo Bulletin and Media Permata covered this story.

PTET held the first tenderfoot badge-giving ceremony for the newly appointed members of the Girl Guides Association recently. A total of 23 new members including both students and tutors from the college were awarded with the tenderfoot Girl Guide badges.





Present as the guest of honour was Pengiran Anak Sarah binti Pengiran Hj Kamaluddin, Deputy Chief of Girl Guides Association Brunei Darussalam.

Friday, 15 September 2017

OxBridge sharing session for prospective undergraduates at PTET (14.9.2017)

Khong Yu Neng, a fourth and final year Chemistry undergraduate from Oxford University and Shaun SIm, a fourth and final year Chemical Engineering undergraduate from Cambridge University were present at Tutong Sixth Form Centre (PTE Tutong) yesterday to deliver a briefing on university application and the admission process.

Borneo Bulletin and Media Permata covered the story.


Oxford and Cambridge, two of the most historic and prestigious universities in the world, are the top universities in the United Kingdom, and are collectively known as OxBridge. All the sixth form centres in Brunei were invited to attend, including higher education counsellors and their prospective applicants.

The Madam Principal, Cg Hjh Murni binti Abdullah and the Deputy Principal Academic, Cg Rozieana binti Hj Zini were present, with the former presenting tokens of appreciation to both presenters upon the conclusion of the briefing.

Prospective applicants can review online the slides that Shaun and Yu Neng used for their presentation at, http://bit.ly/2wXSAoU

Wednesday, 30 August 2017

PTET MOE scholars for first degree 2017/2018 (30.8.2017)


The MOE recently held a gathering for UK-bound students funded under the MOE as well as the loan financing option.

PTET is proud to announce that the following students have been awarded full MOE scholarships for their undergraduate degrees in the UK,
1. Teo Zhi Perng (PTET 2015/2016) - Imperial College London, UK
2. Arzree Anak Francis (PTET 2015/2016) - University of Reading, UK
3. Nur Adlina binti Hj Azman (PTET 2015/2016) - University of Leeds, UK
4. Nurin Nabahah @ Aisyah binti A. Arzmi (PTET 2014/2015) - Cardiff University, UK
5. Farah Nadillah binti Bakri (PTET 2014/2015) - University of Reading, UK




Another student had also secured the full MOE scholarship for her study in Australia to commence in January 2018.
6. Mar Rohadatul Aisy binti Umar (PTET 2015/2016) - University of Queensland, Australia

The school is immensely proud of their achievements and wish them all the best in their future endeavours. Current and prospective students of PTET can also aspire to one day supersede these achievements and carry the school's name further onwards and upwards.

PTET hosts open days for prospective students (30.8.2017)

Students from its feeder schools attended PTE Tutong for an open day during the morning session. In addition to general briefing, the attendees mainly Year 11 students of their respective secondary schools entered subject briefings where they have opportunity to discover more about their potential subject at A-Level.





The school wishes the students who came for the open day well for their upcoming O-Level examinations, and hope their academic achievements then would enable them to take up the A-Level option at PTET.

Tuesday, 29 August 2017

PTET students participated in OGDC science communications fair (26.8.2017)

Borneo Bulletin covered this story.

PTET students proudly represented the college in the OGDC science communications fair recently. They are
1) Khoo Soon Ming (L6-3)
2) Muhammad Khaizuran bin Hj Jefri (L6-2)
3) Muhammad Syahmi bin Hj Kamaluddin (L6-3)
4) Muhammad Afif Ruzaini bin Muhammad Sofian (L6-1)
5) Fatin Aimuni binti Hj Suffian (L6-3)
6) Nurul Afiyah Huang binti Mohammed Faiz Nabil (L6-3)
7) Nurul Farahiyah binti Hj Abdul Razak Sidi (L6-3)
8) Nurul Izzah binti Hj Tarmidi (L6-3)

They were supported by science department tutors:
1) Cg Teo Kui Sheng
2) Cg Siti Rohaini
3) Cg Siti Nabilah Ahmad
4) Cg Siti Akmar

As in the previous preliminaries in the other districts, the judges were not the only deciding factor in the teams' scores, since the students' performances will be uploaded onto the OGDC's Facebook page for visitors to cast their votes.




            

Voting on the Facebook page is as simple as clicking the 'Like' button under any video which appeals most to the viewer. The public's cote counts for as much as 20 per cent in the overall score of the students' performance, while the rest is mainly based on results from the official panel of judges.

The students from PTET would be counting on your support!