"Please do keep in touch. Good
luck next year, the children will fly,
and if you are moving, good luck with the move, an exciting but
stressful time I know. Once it all settles we will all look back at
this year and cannot help but smile and laugh at all the memorable
moments that made up this year."
This was taken from Aisyah's teacher's email Ms Jeanette Sy. The last sentence was hit me hard that it's like reading a novel or like it came from a movie.
I hate last day of school. I hate hearing and knowing people that I always see each day at school leaving for another country. I just dont like it.
And today, it hit me really hard that my eyes were wet suddenly when I said and hug farewell to Aisyah's teacher. It was so over whelming.
Maybe because she had been a very passionate and dedicated teacher. I saw how Aisyah made amazing development in her learnings and also social skills.
Imagine one teacher having the responsibility to teach 20 students reading skills using phonetic ..It's one tough job in making the kids to sit down and stay in focus and attention in reading.
Early this year we were amazed when we see Aisyah can read. And the progress she made was so amazing. Alhamdulillah.
Another thing that amazed me when it comes to education system at BIS FOundation Stage is the 1-1 teaching concept.
This I noticed whenever I am at Aisyah's class. Be it morning before the class starts at 8 am or during school time, I noticed how Ms Sy was always with a kid teaching using 1-1 concept.
Back to the last day, as usual we see people leaving.
This time, Arissa's Year 4B class teacher Mr Simon Leask and her Year 3 class teacher Ms Emma Russell is leaving BIS.
As for her classmate, Joe Sandham is leaving to Singapore.
Same for Aisyah too. She will be missed her classmates Sofia and Sophie Young and Marko too..