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    SJKC Lick Hung Parents' Q&A Support Group

    Dear Forumers (esp parents of Lick Hung schoolchildren),

    Realising that for the next 12 6 years, I will be involved with SJKC Lick Hung as a parent, I am proposing that we have a cyber support group for parents (new and veterans) on matters and issues relating to our children's school and education. I hope that this thread can serve as an informal focal point and reference; hopefully constructive and benefical to all. Sharing of information and experiences will be key to its success.

    I have learned a lot and spoken to a number of parents in the last few weeks, and clearly, there are some unique features of Lick Hung that may be daunting to first-timers and puzzling to veterans as well. Hopefully by sharing and pooling our experiences and knowledge, we can also make our lives easier and less stressful

    This thread is not meant to be a channel for BASHING or WALLOPING the school, management or PIBG but to share info, raise issues, Q&A and other matters of concern to us as parents, and if necessary, we will collate them to be addressed in future PIBG - the official channel for us to discuss.

    Thank you for your kind attention
    Last edited by kwchang; 04-03-2013 at 05:01 PM. Reason: on request from currymee
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    I support this thread and am sure it would be beneficial to, at least, new parent to the school like me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee
    Dear Forumers (esp parents of Lick Hung schoolchildren),

    Realising that for the next 12 years, ....
    You meant your kid going to study there for 12 years?

    What kinda issues do you have....???

    Your kid just started 2 days of school there
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    i realised the text books given to the students are rather old and some pages are even missing...any idea where I could buy these text books ? I think I might have to replace the BC and Maths text books...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rachel sj
    i realised the text books given to the students are rather old and some pages are even missing...any idea where I could buy these text books ? I think I might have to replace the BC and Maths text books...
    I would suggest that you exchange these two books with the SPBT... they have plenty in the office.
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    Yes, I do agree this thread will be a good idea - I will get my daughter-in-law to login and check. Thanks currymee, for the idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fRaNkY
    You meant your kid going to study there for 12 years?

    What kinda issues do you have....???

    Your kid just started 2 days of school there
    hahaha .... fRaNkY, my wife just gave birth recently and I realised that when his big brother finishes Std 6 and enters Form 1, the youngest will be starting Std 1, so 6+6 = 12 !!

    As for issues ... personally, I don't have any , but I have heard many parents complained about this and that .... and how communication seem to be non-existent between parents and teachers.

    For example, one mother looked distress today when she realised that she is not allowed in anymore to go and buy exercise books, and her Std One daughter is expected to go and buy on her own .... she kind of freaked out but we told her to just talk to the security guard around 1:30pm and asked him nicely, register herself etc etc.
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    For Standard One (2010 enrollment) parents

    This is what the abbreviation on your child's timetable means: (Thanks to forumer Terisunny, Jeyanthy and Rachel SJ for contributions)

    PM=Pendidikan Moral
    MU=Music
    PSV=Pendidikan Seni dan Visual
    PJ=Pendidikan Jasmani
    PJK=Pendidikan Jasmani (theory) dan Kesihatan
    SC=Science
    KOMP=Komputer
    BM=Bahasa Malaysia
    BI=Bahasa Inggeris
    BC=Bahasa Cina
    M3=Mathematics

    *SC = Science in Chinese (to be confirmed)
    *M3 = Maths in Chinese (to be confirmed)
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    Transportation Services to Lick Hung

    Based on the leaflets I collected at Lick Hung, this list is not comprehensive and not based on any recommendations - all info are from leaflets:

    1) Leong 016-268 6323
    2) Susan 016-680 9066
    3) Mrs Ooi 016-386 0538 (hse: 03-5635 7913)
    4) Mrs Ling 012-215 2339
    5) Wendy 012-235 7750
    6) LIM transport 017-652 1741 / 016-311 2934

    Parents are ADVISED to make their own assessments and decisions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee
    For Standard One (2010 enrollment) parents

    This is what the abbreviation on your child's timetable means: (Thanks to forumer Terisunny, Jeyanthy and Rachel SJ for contributions)

    PM=Pendidikan Moral
    MU=Music
    PSV=Pendidikan Seni dan Visual
    PJ=Pendidikan Jasmani
    PJK=Pendidikan Jasmani (theory) dan Kesihatan
    SC=Science
    KOMP=Komputer
    BM=Bahasa Malaysia
    BI=Bahasa Inggeris
    BC=Bahasa Cina
    M3=Mathematics

    *SC = Science in Chinese (to be confirmed)
    *M3 = Maths in Chinese (to be confirmed)
    Hi Curry Mee,

    *SC and *M3 should be the other way round - meaning the one with asterisk indicates it is in English. See proof below :-

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdy
    Hi Curry Mee,

    *SC and *M3 should be the other way round - meaning the one with asterisk indicates it is in English. See proof below :-
    Thanks Birdy, Parents please take NOTE:

    For Standard One (2010 enrollment) parents - REVISED

    This is what the abbreviation on your child's timetable means: (Thanks to forumer Terisunny, Jeyanthy, Rachel SJ and Birdy for contributions)


    PM=Pendidikan Moral
    MU=Music
    PSV=Pendidikan Seni dan Visual
    PJ=Pendidikan Jasmani
    PJK=Pendidikan Jasmani (theory) dan Kesihatan
    SC=Science
    KOMP=Komputer
    BM=Bahasa Malaysia
    BI=Bahasa Inggeris
    BC=Bahasa Cina
    M3=Mathematics

    *SC = Science in ENGLISH
    *M3 = Maths in ENGLISH
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    Dear All,

    In reply to a PM I got.

    This thread is NOT LIMITED to only Standard One of Lick Hung, it is open to parents of children for ALL Standards studying at Lick Hung and ex-Lick Hung parents who care to share , although most of the posts that I will write will be from my experience and point of view as a Standard One parent.

    Please feel free to post any time-table, activities schedule, event notification, info etc etc for other standards as well.
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    This is the ENGLISH version of the 2010 Lick Hung School Canteen menu that I got on the Orientation Day (31st Dec 2009). I believe there is a Chinese version (which I do not have) as well and I hope some Chinese-savvy parents can confirm and verify that they are the same.

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    One thing one of the teachers told me just now is to teach our children at home is HOW TO BUY EXERCISE BOOKS from school bookshop - i.e. 60cents each book and how much change for RM1- etc etc ... The exercise book prices are fairly standard at 60cents, so just teach them that first. I will try and see if I have a copy of the booklist and post it online later for reference
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    Wow.. currymee, you are damn active lar.. why not I suggest you maintain Facebook page / group and people can follow your updates on daily/weekly basis?
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