4 February 2018
Sabah Year Four student allegedly bitten by teacher
PENAMPANG: A Year Four pupil was allegedly bitten in the hand by his teacher at a school here, two days ago.
The incident is believed to have taken place at 10.25am on Friday, when the boy was handing over his test answer sheet to the teacher.
The incident only came to light later in the day when the boy complained of pain in his hand, where his parents noticed a bruise, while they were having a meal at a restaurant here.
When asked how he acquired the injury, the boy told his parents that his teacher had bitten him when he was passing his answer sheet on Friday.
“The boy’s parents lodged a police report yesterday and we are investigating the claim,” said District police chief Deputy Superintendent Mohd Haris Ibrahim.
The School Girl (lost to suicide), the Teacher (tansferred out) and the Lost iPhone 6 (still lost)…
M. Vasanthapiriya, the SMK Methodist Form Two Two student in Nibong Tebal who commited suicide after being accused of stealing her teacher’s iPhone last week, died at 3.30am on Thursday, 1 February 2018, without regaining consciousness.
1 Claim iPhone lost by teacher found is untrue
GEORGE TOWN: Police have refuted claims that an iPhone, reported lost by a teacher, has been found.
Seberang Prai Selatan district police chief Superintendent Shafee Abd Samad said that claim by the family members of deceased student M. Vasanthapiriya, that the teacher recovered her phone at an eatery outlet, was not true.
“Let us investigate and do not trust unverified news or it will jeopardise our investigation,” he said when contacted today.
He also asked the public not to speculate and spread fake news through the social media.
2 Teacher in iPhone teen suicide case transferred
KUALA LUMPUR: Teacher who accused a 14-year old girl of stealing an iPhone has been transferred to the District Education Office.
Education Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid said the teacher will be placed there until investigations into the case is completed by authorities and State Education Department.
3 ‘The teacher might have found her phone, but our family has lost a child’
SEBERANG JAYA: A. Lalitha was inconsolable. She has just lost her 13-year-old niece, M. Vasanthapiriya, who died without regaining consciousness after slipping into a coma following a suicide attempt.
Lalitha said while the teacher might have found her phone, the family had lost a child.
The 43-year-old was speaking at the Seberang Jaya Hospital’s mortuary.
Devastated by Vasanthapiriya’s death, Lalitha said it seemed that no action was taken against the teacher.
23 May 2017
Std Six Pupil Falls From 3rd Floor, Had Refused To Go School After Argument With Classmates
KLANG – A Standard Six girl suffered a fracture in her neck and injuries to her head, after falling off from a corridor on the third floor of her government school building.
The girl was found sprawled on the ground floor at 7.15 a.m. yesterday, and was quickly brought to hospital.
According to South Klang OCPD Asst Comm Alzafny Ahmad, despite her injuries, she is currently conscious and in stable condition, Berita Harian reports.
That morning, the girl was in her classroom when she was told by a prefect to go downstairs to attend the morning assembly. Minutes later, she was found lying on the ground floor.
“We found a chair at the corridor near the girl’s classroom.
“We believe she climbed on the chair and jumped,” said ACP Alzafny, while adding that the police have ruled out any criminal element in the case.
Year Six pupil falls from third-storey of school building
South Klang district police chief ACP Alzafny Ahmad said the girl was found lying on the ground floor of the building by a teacher about 7.20am before she was taken to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital.
He said the pupil was now in a stable condition despite suffering from internal bleeding in the head, which is believed to have been due to neck fracture.
“The girl’s father has told that she refused to go to school today as she does not have mutual understanding with her peers,” said Alzafny in Klang today.
13 March 2017
My teacher, my punching bag…
Student punches teacher in the face after being questioned over class fight
KULIM: Police have obtained a three-day remand order on a Form Four student for allegedly punching a teacher when questioned over a classroom fight yesterday.
Kulim police chief Superintendent Abdullah Arshad said the student, 16, was picked up after the 50-year-old male teacher lodged a police report at 11am yesterday.
Abdullah said the incident occurred in the teacher’s room when the teacher was questioning the student and his two classmates over the 9.30am incident.
He said the student and his two classmates were later summoned to the teacher’s room for questioning.
“During questioning, the student lost his temper and punched the teacher in the face,” he said.
Blamed for poor English and poor everything else, our schools are now seen as the birthplace of racism…
In Malaysia, institutionalised racism is used as a tool to modify behaviour, and instill a culture of fear and loathing in our schools, universities, the civil service, and public institutions. The indoctrination of the National Civics Bureau (BTN) helps to create a certain mindset in Malaysians.
12 April 2016
Racism begins at school
For some children, racism would involve name-calling, making fun of how others speak, and criticisms about one’s parents and their occupations.
Paul, not his real name, studied at a Mission school, and believes that his anglicised name helped him escape the worst racist taunts. He saw the effect of racism on his Indian and Chinese friends, especially in the less academic classes, where fights were common. At a low point in his life, Paul said, “I wish I were Malay.”
The following is Paul’s story about his school days.
“I weep every time I see Yasmin Ahmad’s ‘Merdeka’ adverts. I wish I could return to my kindergarten and primary school days. We got on fine with one another. We had fun…
After primary school, most of Paul’s Malay friends left for secondary schooling in boarding schools.
He said, “At secondary school, the collective racial stereotyping started. I had to make difficult social decisions, whether to make multiracial friends, or choose from my own race. When I reached puberty, ‘they’ tagged me ‘a smelly Indian’. So, I kept away from the Indians.
“I came across many racist Malay teachers. They spoke in a softer tone to the Malays, and it was made clear that we were not privileged. There was a backlash of racial vitriol because Malays were seen to be lazy, and opportunities were handed to them on a silver platter.
“The difference between the non-Malays and Malays/Muslim intensified, before the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM). Teachers forced us to memorise the Moral paper. Even straight ‘A’ students were stressed-out.
Age of indoctrination
Paul believes that the age of indoctrination occurs between the ages of 17 and 19. For his Form Six, Paul enrolled in a national school which offered his course options, and this is where he encountered full-blown racism.
“It was a national school, with a Malay majority. Islam was shoved in your face. I was firmly put in my place in my first day at school.
“I felt isolated. After 11 years of English education in a Mission school, my Malay was rusty. I wasn’t Muslim and could not sit with the Malays. There was no warmth at all.
“The Chinese students spoke Mandarin and used the word ‘Keling’ freely in their conversation. They built walls in boy-girl relationships, hinting that Indian guys were a threat to Chinese girls.
“The Indians were equally community minded and conversed in Tamil. They mostly talked about movies and culture. It was a circus!
“I could only get on with the ‘coconuts’, the Indians who were ‘brown’ on the outside, but ‘white’ on the inside.”
Paul’s teachers targeted Indian students…
17 December 2015
OUR NEIGHBOURS ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY ARE READING ABOUT OUR INADEQUACIES...
Report: Almost half of Malaysian science teachers don’t have degrees
Report: Almost half of Malaysian science teachers don’t have degrees http://bit.ly/1YkdXcH
PUTRAJAYA — Almost half, or 41 per cent, of science teachers in Malaysia do not have a Bachelor’s degree, according to a report by national think tank Academy of Sciences Malaysia (ASM).
The report titled “Science Outlook 2015: Action towards Vision” released today by the Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry (Mosti) agency also showed that 70 per cent of teachers in general who hold a Bachelor of Education fall short of the requirement to have at least three distinctions in SPM to enter the degree programme.
“Questions have also been raised as to the qualification of our science teachers, and if they are sufficiently equipped with the required knowledge and orientation for effective subject delivery,” said the report that the ASM released to a press briefing here.
“Approximately 41 per cent of science teachers in the country do not possess a Bachelor’s degree, with 37.1 per cent holding only SPM/ STPM qualifications and 3.8 per cent holding diplomas,” it added.
Malay Mail Online reported last month that less than 13 per cent of those who sat for the Form 3 PT3 examination last year scored at least a C in both science and mathematics, according to the Education Ministry, despite Malaysia’s aim to achieve developed nation status in less than five years.
40 girls @ M’sia religious school stripped & caned – after someone stole $37 from a student http://ow.ly/L48R5
The 40 students were caned and made to strip as punishment.
Someone had stolen RM100 (S$37) from a fellow student at the religious school in Selangor and no one would admit to the deed, Sinar Harian reported.
Malaysian newspaper The Star said each girl received three strokes of the cane, twice behind their body and another on the palm of their hands at their dormitory last Wednesday (March 25).
A parent alleged that her 13-year-old daughter was forced to admit taking the money because she could not bear seeing her classmates being made to squat from 1am to 4am.
The mother said after lodging a police report against the school on Friday:
“If no one took responsibility for the theft, the punishment could have continued until the morning assembly.”
But on Monday, the school administration reportedly asked her to withdraw the report if she wanted to resolve the issue.
Gombak police chief Asst Comm Ali Ahmad said the school management would be hauled up in the investigations.
Sources: Sinar Harian, Star Online
CAN THIS BE TRUE? A 7 year-old pupil was dragged around till his pants came off! He was then beaten. All this, it is alleged, was done by the HM.
Penang parents angry son ‘treated like criminal’
Pupil ‘stripped’ by headmaster..
Posted on 16 March 2015 – 05:48pm
SEBERANG PERAI: A mother of a pair of twins is refusing to send her children to school after one of them was allegedly dragged by the headmaster until his pants came off while being beaten.
S. Jellinah Swari 35, said she came to know about what happened on March 10 when a mother of one of her son’s classmate told her what allegedly happened at SK Stowell Bukit Mertajam. She said she was told the headmaster had allegedly dragged her seven-year-old son until his pants came off and used his hands to beat him.
“I asked the class teacher and she admitted to the incident,” she claimed in a press conference held today at the service centre of Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy here. Present was Ramasamy’s assistant, M. Satees.
The housewife said she confronted the senior assistant over the matter but claimed she was scolded and called names, including “You perempuan bodoh” (You’re a stupid woman). “The headmaster only came out to meet me after 10 minutes of being yelled at when I told them I was going to tell the media about what happened,” she said.
Jellinah said the headmaster had then admitted to beating her son and said she was told that he was angry over other matters.
FROM 2015, NO UNIFORM IS REQUIRED FOR FORM 6! DRESS CODES FOR FORM 6 Education Ministry director-general Datuk Seri Dr Khair Mohamad Yusof said schools can no longer compel Form Six students to wear a standard attire.
*BOYS 1. Shirts: light colours, either plain or stripes or checks. No t-shirt in class! 2. Slacks (long pants): ankle-length and not tight. No jeans, 3. Belts: allowed but buckle not to be more than 5cm in size. 4. No denim material. 5. Socks and shoes. No slippers, clogs or sandals.
*GIRLS 1. Baju kurung. 2. Blouses with sleeves. 3. Maxi dresses. 4. Skirts must be lower than the knee. 5. Long pants. 6. Two or three-piece pant suit. 7. No jeans, cargo pants, shorts or leggings. 6. Shoes must cover the feet.
*OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES: BOYS AND GIRLS All are encouraged to wear 1. Long pants or track bottoms. 2. Short or long-sleeved t-shirts. These should not have political, violent, vulgar or any negative images.
Star, Casual at school – with restrictions by sarban singh Tuesday December 23, 2014
Tuesday December 23, 2014 MYT 7:06:35 AM
Many against move to do away with uniforms
PETALING JAYA: The Education Ministry’s announcement that Form Six students would not have to wear school uniforms beginning next term has not been welcomed by most of the public. In a poll by The Star Online, while some welcomed the move, many others believed that it would not have any relevant impact on the overall standard of education. Facebook user Stephanie Ha said that the move was not a good idea as students, especially girls, will waste their time thinking of what to wear. “This will also lead to a sense of loss of identity and sense of belonging to their school,” she said. Another user, Cecilia Thomas, questioned how the move would help with the students’ education. “There will be extra expenses for families because students would want to impress their friends,” she added. Grace Williams said the move would create a divide between the rich and poor students. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/12/23/Many-against-move-to-do-away-with-uniforms/ — It was WRONGLY reported by the NST that in the 1.30pm incident, the victim was believed to have been thrown off the second floor of the school building by a Special Education Integration Program (PPKI) student. The 12 year-old and 6 year-old were playing, and the younger boy, placed on the corridor wall by the older boy, fell off.
Hyperactive autism boy’s “playful act” led to fall of six year old from school block http://bit.ly/1xRfLsz
SEREMBAN: A hyperactive autistic student playful act is believed to be the cause of a six-year-old Adam Zikri Faizul Khairy to fall from the second floor of Sekolah Kebangsaan Taman Tasik Jaya here on Wednesday. Earlier before the 1:30pm incident, the 12-year-old Special Education Integration Program (PPKI) student at the school was seen lifting the victim and sat him on the corridor wall before Adam fell. That led to the earlier assumption by people who were in the area that the kid was thrown off the building by the autistic boy. Seremban police chief Assistant Commissioner Muhamad Zaki Harun said the autism boy had tried to grab the victim’s hand when he lost his balance but failed. “Preliminary investigation revealed that the autistic boy have no intention to throw off the kid but only wanted to play before the incident took place. “Earlier before he met the victim he was seen hugging and trying to lift an 11-year-old student but did not succeed,” he said at a press conference at the Seremban district police headquarters here today. http://www.nst.com.my/node/52634 — The Special Education Integrated Programme (PPKI) exists side by side with mainstream students in selected schools.
“Thank God, no serious complications,” father of pupil allegedly thrown from school’s 2nd flr. http://www.nst.com.my/node/52562
SEREMBAN: A pre-school student of Sekolah Kebangsaan Taman Tasik Jaya here who was allegedly thrown out from the second floor of the school building yesterday did not suffer serious complications from his injuries. His father, Faizul Khairy Zulkifli, 38, said Adam Zikri, 6, who is now in stable condition has completed the computerised tomography (CT scan) and magnetic resonance scan (MRI) this morning at the Tuanku Ja’afar Seremban Hospital here. “Alhamdulillah, the doctor said so far, they have not detected serious complications due to the impact when he fell. “Adam broke his left hand and right foot as well as sustained injury to his head,” he said here today. — DO THEY CUT THE HAIR OF STUDENTS IN MALAYSIAN SCHOOLS? I know of at least two private secondary schools that do that. Sometimes a discipline department teacher cuts the hair of boys, and sometimes a barber is hired to do the job. This happens when those students have ignored many warnings. …
Vice headmaster at Guangxi school forces male students to cut their hair http://shst.me/8zm
Vice headmaster at Guangxi school forces male students to cut their hair
http://shanghaiist.com/2014/10/15/vice-headmaster-forces-male-students-to-cut-hair.php?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter — See how lush the plants are! Star
Primary schoolteacher held for growing ganja: http://bit.ly/1vz1RtS
SHAH ALAM: A primary schoolteacher with interest in gardening has been growing more than just flowers in a house in Kampung Melayu, Sungai Buloh. He was among four men arrested for growing marijuana behind the house. Police who raided the house around 3.50pm on Tuesday, following a tip-off from the public, saw the four men in the midst of smoking the drug in the house. Selangor Narcotics CID chief Asst Comm Md Tahir Kassim said the teacher, from a primary school in Selangor, and three of his friends have been growing the plants behind the house for about eight months. “We found 31 plants at various stages of maturity, including one that was about eight feet (2.4m) tall. “We are still checking to see if they were growing these plants for their own consumption or for distribution,” he said during a press conference at the Selangor police headquarters yesterday. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/10/03/Teacher-held-for-growing-ganja-Cop-Man-and-friends-cultivated-plants-behind-house-for-eight-months/ — Another fall! NST
2 October 2014 @ 3:46 PM KENINGAU: A primary six pupil was critically injured after falling from the second floor ceiling of his school here. The 12-year-old boy fell into a coma after falling on the ground floor corridor of SK Ansip at about 9.55am, according to his 45-year-old father in a police report lodged around noon.
Friday October 3, 2014 MYT 6:58:00 AM
Pupil in coma after fall from school building
KOTA KINABALU: Investigations are under way as to how a Year Six pupil could have fallen from the second floor of his school building in interior Keningau. Dylause Dionel, 12, who was in class prior to the incident had asked for permission to go to the toilet from his teacher. After he failed to return to the classroom, the teacher went to look for Dylause and found him lying unconscious on the concrete ground floor of the SK Ansip school building. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/10/03/Pupil-in-coma-after-fall-from-school-building/ — NST
KANGAR: Police have ruled any element of bully or prank-gone-awry in the death of a Form Three student of SMK Syed Alwi who plunged 12 metres to his death from the roof of school hall yesterday. Kangar police chief Superintendent Abdul Rahman Mohd Noordin said based on initial investigation and statements recorded from teachers and the deceased’s classmates, Muhamad Hakimi Zulkifli was not a victim of bully or prank. “We did not find any evidence to suggest that he was a bully victim. “We are looking into the possibility that he had scaled the ceiling to retrieve a sepaktakraw ball which had landed on the hall’s roof when the students were having their exercise class near the building earlier yesterday,” he said when contacted. http://www.nst.com.my/node/39408 … NST
KANGAR: A 15-year-old student from SMK Syed Alwi was killed when he fell from the ceiling of the school hall at about 11.30am today. Muhamad Hakimi Zulkifli, a Form Three student died from severe head injuries after plunging some 30-metres from the ceiling. It is learnt that the student had sneaked into the hall via its back door alone before climbing up to the ceiling for an unknown reason. State Education Department Dun Kasa confirmed the incident, saying the boy had attended his first two classes in the morning but went missing after recess. http://www.nst.com.my/node/39083 …
— THE UPSR 2014: LEAKING LIKE A SIEVE? Another leak in a national exam but many people will say, “That’s normal.”
Wednesday September 10, 2014 MYT 6:33:22 PM
UPSR Science paper leaked, sitting postponed
PETALING JAYA: The Science paper for the Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) has been leaked and the sitting has been postponed from Sept 11 to Sept 30. “The Malaysian Examinations Syndicate has discovered that the Science 018, 028, 038 examination papers, scheduled for 8.15am to 9.30am on Sept 11, has been leaked, ” it said in a statement, adding that initial investigations showed that contents of the paper were spread through social media. It said that the Science 018, 028 and 038 papers would now be postponed to Sept 30 from the original Sept 11 date. It added a report has been made to relevant authorities to conduct investigations and for full legal action. Second Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh took to Twitter to apologise to students and parents for the leak.
UPSR Science paper postponed due to leak: KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 — The Science examination for the 2014 Primary… http://bit.ly/1os8eKY
——– About 10 days ago, some parents demonstrated against the canteen of the children’s school, SK Pendang in Kedah. Here is another case of food poisoning in a school in Kedah. THEY HAD BEEN GIVEN FREE PACKET DRINKS! Were the packet drinks past shelf life?
“41 pelajar SMK Sultanah Bahiyah keracunan makanan http://fb.me/2tSfi1YZO ” Food poisoning is very common now
26 students in hospital for food poisoning
ALOR STAR: Twenty six-students of SMK Sultanah Bahiyah, out of 50 who went down with food poisoning yesterday, were rushed to a hospital early today when their condition worsened. The students, who were given free packet drinks at the school, complained of headache, stomach ache and vomiting after drinking it. Sultanah Bahiyah Hospital director Datuk Dr Juita Ghazalie said the hospital received a call at 4.45pm yesterday, following which a medical team was sent to the school to provide treatment to the students. However, the condition of the 26 students, who were staying at the school hostel, worsened today and they were sent to the hospital at about 1am, she said. The students were reported to be in stable condition. – Bernama http://www.thesundaily.my/news/1160617 … http://english.astroawani.com/news/show/41-students-suffer-food-poisoining-after-consuming-free-packet-drinks-43202 … This is SMK Sultanah Bahiyah.
26 SMK Sultanah Bahiyah Students Admitted To Hospital For Food Poisoning – Malaysia Gazette http://malaysiagazette.com/en/national/26-smk-sultanah-bahiyah-students-admitted-hospital-food-poisoning#.VAgQD0XuUtY.twitter … via
—– During the incident, only the teacher and the student were in the classroom as the boy was the only one who had yet to complete the task given to him. Free Malaysia Today
Cheek or ears’ dilemma
The Penang Education Department finds itself in a bind in trying to settle the case of the boy with finger marks on his cheek.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Education Department is caught in a dilemma as it tries to settle the case of a Year One schoolboy who was allegedly slapped on the cheek by his teacher. The department is keen to make peace between the teacher and the boy’s parents but both sides are unwilling to budge from their positions and are even threatening to sue each other. The parents say the boy was indeed slapped on the cheek. The teacher says she “only pulled his ears”. The incident allegedly happened on Wednesday. The boy’s mother, Norhafizah Abu Bakar, lodged a police report saying the seven-year-old boy was slapped so hard that finger marks were imprinted on his right cheek. The teacher lodged her own report, denying the allegation and accusing the parents of defaming her by uploading on Facebook a photograph of the boy with finger marks on his cheek. … Osman said the parents at one point did show signs of cooling down but the teacher now appeared more determined than ever to resolve the issue in court. He said she was even prepared to undergo a DNA test to prove her hand never landed on the boy’s cheek. Osman hopes the matter will not go as far as to land in court. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2014/08/29/cheek-or-ears-dilemma/ … Free Malaysia Today
Teacher allegedly slaps boy for being rowdy
The mother of a seven-year-old boy reports his teacher to the police for slapping her son. GEORGE TOWN: A Year One pupil fears attending school after he was allegedly slapped by his teacher. The boy’s mother, Norhafizah Abu Bakar, has lodged a police report at the Pulau Tikus station. She said she noticed finger marks imprinted on her son’s cheeks when she picked him up at 1.25pm from his school in Tanjung Tokong. She said she confronted the teacher, who denied slapping the boy on his cheek but admitted to having slapped him on his shoulder and apologised for it. The teacher said the boy was being “rowdy and not paying attention during class,” according to Norhafizah. … “The teacher claimed to have slapped him on his shoulder. But how do you explain the marks on his cheek?” The teacher has lodged a counter report denying the charge. She alleged that the boy’s parents had defamed her by posting photographs of the boy on Facebook, complete with “slap marks”. —– THESE PARENTS HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF THE SCHOOL CANTEEN OPERATOR!
PENDANG: A GROUP of parents who were concerned about a spate of food poisoning incidents affecting SK Pendang pupils staged a peaceful protest calling for the suspension or termination of the canteen operator’s contract. The parents claimed that there had been at least three food poisoning incidents since early this year. The latest occurred on June 24 when more than 10 pupils were down with diarrhoea, vomiting and headache after eating a serving of ayam masak merah, a chicken dish, from the canteen. Basir Shaari, 52, said his 11-year-old daughter had food poisoning thrice after eating breakfast at the canteen. “The last time, she was admitted for four days. She vomited, and had severe diarrhoea. “We have reported the cases to the school but until now the operator is still there,” he said. http://www.nst.com.my/node/25897 … SK Pendang is a primary school in Pendang, Kedah. www.globalnet.com.my —– WHEN WILL SEX EDUCATION, PROPERLY CONDUCTED, BE INTRODUCED TO OUR SCHOOLS? Star
Thursday August 21, 2014 MYT 3:29:47 PM
Two farmers find remains of baby in school bag
ALOR SETAR: Two farmers who were clearing their farm were shocked to find the remains of a baby in a school bag at Kampung Genting Palas, Kuala Nerang near here at about 6pm, Friday. Padang Terap acting police chief, ASP Chang Kut Choy said the remains, believed to be that of a newborn baby was found by the farmers while clearing the area. “The farmers who had started clearing the farm at about 4pm stumbled upon the school bag and found a baby’s skeleton. “Also recovered from the bag was a school uniform,” he said when contacted by Bernama Thursday. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/08/21/Baby-in-school-bag/ —– IF THIS IS TRUE, WHAT CAN I SAY EXCEPT THAT IT IS WRONG TO BULLY ANY STUDENT… The alleged screen capture of the ‘I love Israel’ post from the teen’s Facebook was uploaded by a teacher onto her own Facebook page, with a comment in Malay saying: ‘My student likes Israel? How shameful for me. — file pic
Penang teen gets immolation threat over ‘I love Israel’ Facebook page
The Malay Mail Online KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 12 — A 17-year-old in Penang is living in fear for his life after a teacher from his school reportedly linked him to a Facebook page declaring “I love Israel”, prompting immolation and boycott threats against the student. The teen, an Indian Hindu filed a police report yesterday, after discovering Facebook threats against him by his teachers and a schoolmate, with one of the educators allegedly calling for him to be burnt in the latest incident of hate speech online. A teacher allegedly screencaptured the “I love Israel” post from the teen’s Facebook before uploading it to her own Facebook page and commenting in Malay: “My student likes Israel? How shameful for me”. Her comment drew calls from another Facebook user who is allegedly a teacher from the same school, to boycott and cut off ties with the student, and a dire message from one supposed teacher: “Kita bakor je hahaha [We just burn hahaha]”. .. Jasonkumar, who had accompanied them to the school, said the meeting was cordial and that the deputy principal was “supportive” of the family’s fears, and assured that action would be taken, saying the school had reported the incident to the Seberang Perai Selatan district education department. According to Jasonkumar, the teen who will be sitting for his SPM this year, is a top scholar. He related that the fifth former had skipped school yesterday out of fear, but returned for lessons today despite feeling rattled. Penang teen gets immolation threat over ‘I love Israel’ Facebook page The Malay Mail Online – 4 hours ago …
M’sian Teacher wants to burn a boy because he ‘Liked’ a ‘I Love Israel‘ FB page http://bit.ly/1yqQTGQ
M’SIAN TEACHER WANTS TO BURN A BOY BECAUSE HE ‘LIKED’ A ‘I LOVE ISRAEL’ FB PAGE
Tuesday August 12, 2014 MYT 2:45:52 PM
Student threatened for ‘liking’ and ‘loving’ Israel
PETALING JAYA: Some Penang-based students and their teachers have allegedly threatened to boycott a fellow student after the latter “liked” an “I Love Israel” Facebook page. Screenshots of an alleged teacher’s status showed her and her Facebook friends attacking the student for his online decision. “My student likes Israel? I am ashamed,” said the teacher in Bahasa Malaysia, who hails from a school in Simpang Ampat. Her status update was followed by what appeared to be her fellow teachers attacking the student, with one even calling for him to be torched. “… This boy, we boycott only. I as a teacher have never known this student. From now on and after this, boycott, don’t be friends of communicate with him,” said another alleged teacher in Bahasa. This was followed by a comment from another alleged female teacher who said: “We burn him hahaha.” A family spokesman said the 17-year-old male student had feared for his life, and was afraid to attend school this week. “He didn’t get any threatening phone calls, but there are a few of his friends telling him that there are guys, who want to whack him up,” said the spokesman. Student threatened for ‘liking’ and ‘loving’ Israel —– Malaysiakini 7:14PM Jul 11, 2014
Shoe-throwing teacher removed from school
A male teacher, who allegedly threw a shoe at a female pupil in Port Dickson, Negri Sembilan yesterday, had been removed from his school pending investigations into the case, said Deputy Education Minister P Kamalanathan. … In the 9.30am incident, an eight-year-old female pupil needed three stitches on his right forehead after being hit by a shoe thrown by a male teacher in her class. The teacher was said to have lost his temper as the girl was playing with two classmates during the incident. (http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/268479) …
Rela to station members at 417 schools nationwide
The People’s Volunteer Corps (Rela) will place its members at 417 high-risk schools which have been involved in accidents and kidnappings throughout the country. It director-general Mustafa Ibrahim said Rela was ready to place more members in all schools if the response was encouraging and there were requests from the schools. He said the presence of the Rela members would help reduce incidences of crime involving students, especially in big cities. “The number of accidents and kidnappings involving students in big cities is high, so the presence of Rela members in the schools would help monitor them. “Before this, we had placed members in schools to help oversee security when they are in the schools but we had to stop last November due to lack of funds,” he told reporters after launching the Polytechnic Relasis Brigade at the Terengganu level in Dungun today. He said beginning June 15, Rela would activate its members and place them in schools which needed their service. … He said Rela members would also be sent to petrol stations in border states such as Perak, Perlis and Kelantan. This would help the authorities curb such activities as diesel smuggling. He added that Rela members would also be stationed at 12 Immigration depots throughout the country for security control, guard government building and power stations, to avoid cable theft. – Bernama http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/266434 —– BOYS WILL BE BOYS! 1 They can be vicious when angered. 2 They can be too playful for their own good. 3 They can be disobedient and end up in serious trouble. … Star
Friday May 23, 2014 MYT 8:16:33 AM
Quarrel ends with student slicing off schoolmate’s ear
SEREMBAN: A Form 2 student of a school in Rembau near here had his left ear sliced off by a schoolmate after they got into an argument. The students had been teasing one another and had had petty quarrels, which eventually upset the attacker, who is also in Form 2. The boy then confronted his schoolmate outside the school compound as they were going home. Armed with a sharp object, he allegedly pounced on the other student and severed his ear. Rembau OCPD Deputy Supt Mizan Md Dom confirmed the incident, which happened more than two weeks ago. “Based on our investigation, the boys had been arguing over petty things and it ended with a fight outside the school. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/05/23/Senseless-tragedies-strike-schools-Quarrel-ends-with-student-slicing-off-schoolmates-ear/ … Star
Friday May 23, 2014 MYT 7:03:26 AM
Hostel prank goes awry after schoolboys tumble over wall
Bloody aftermath: One of the two boys injured due to the fall BENTONG: A prank by two Form Three students of SM Agama Pelangai ended with both of them falling from the first floor of their hostel block. Both of the students were seriously injured in the 6.40pm incident on Wednesday and were warded at the Sultan Ahmad Shah Hospital in Temerloh. Muhamad Izzudin Mohd Saadan suffered injuries to the face and back, while Hamirul Haqimi Hanafi had facial and head injuries. Bentong OCPD Supt Mansor Mohd Nor said that initial investigations showed that one of the students was playfully pretending to throw the other over a partition wall. However, the prank went awry when the two friends slipped and tumbled over the wall while clutching hands. “They landed in a concrete ditch below,” said Supt Mansor. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/05/23/Hostel-prank-goes-awry-after-schoolboys-tumble-over-wall/ … Star
Friday May 23, 2014 MYT 7:03:36 AM
Boy’s arm impaled while climbing school gate
RANTAU PANJANG: A Form Five student, in his attempt to leave the school premises after a security guard forbade it, endured agonising pain when his arm was impaled while climbing over the school gate. The boy, identified only as Mohamad, together with 20 of his classmates were given the green light by their teacher to leave the school premises after completing their mid-year exams at 11.30am. However, the school security guard forbade the students from leaving. “We then went to the school gate. All my other friends managed to climb past the gate except me. “After the spear pierced my arm, I cried in pain until firemen came to my rescue,” Mohamad said at his home in Kampung Parit Air here yesterday. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/05/23/Boys-arm-impaled-while-climbing-school-gate/ —– AT RINGLET, CAMERON HIGHLANDS: SCHOOL BUILDINGS THAT THREATEN TO COLLAPSE! This is the SMK Ringlet in Cameron Highlands.
It is learnt that the school was built on disused farm land in 2004.
Monday May 12, 2014 MYT 8:37:40 AM
Cracks put school buildings at risk of collapsing
IPOH: Two blocks of building at SMK Ringlet in Cameron Highlands are in danger of collapsing after huge cracks started appearing on the ground. The school’s Parent Teacher Association chairman V.P. Selvam said the cracks at its school hall and a two-storey block had widened over two years and the buildings were in a precarious state. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/05/12/Cracks-put-school-buildings-at-risk-of-collapsing/ —– He died in a quarrel over missing jigsaw puzzle pieces! Star
Thursday May 1, 2014 MYT 7:10:39 AM
Student dies after fight over missing jigsaw pieces
RAWANG: School violence has reared its ugly head again with a fight that left a Form Three boy dead at a religious residential school here. The victim, Muhammad Abdul Azim Adnan, 15, was said to be involved in a squabble with another student over missing jigsaw puzzle pieces. He had allegedly accused another boy of stealing the pieces and a heated argument followed, leading to a fist fight at the volleyball court at SM Rawang here at around 11.30pm on Tuesday. Mohammad Abdul Azim, the fourth of five siblings, was allegedly punched in the face three times before he collapsed. School authorities later rushed the boy to the Selayang Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. “It was a one-on-one fight,” said Selangor deputy police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Abdul Rahim Jaafar. “At the time of the incident, another student was around. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/05/01/Student-dies-after-fight-over-missing-jigsaw-pieces/ … Star
Wednesday April 30, 2014 MYT 1:24:13 PM
Form Three student dies after allegedly fighting in school
RAWANG: A Form Three student from a religious residential school in Rawang has reportedly died as a result of an alleged fight among students in the school Tuesday night. Deputy Education Minister P. Kamalanathan (pic) who confirmed the incident to the media on Wednesday said the case was under police investigation. “We are very saddened by the incident. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/04/30/Crime-Student-dies-school-fight/ —– Star
Saturday April 19, 2014 MYT 8:07:40 AM
Youngster vomits and faints after being assaulted at school
A YEAR Five pupil in Chendering, Kuala Terengganu, vomitted and fainted after being kicked and having his head stepped on by a teacher who was suspected to be mentally unstable, reported Utusan Malaysia. The incident occurred on Thursday when the teacher was trying to break up an argument between the students in front of the school’s surau. “I was angry at my school friends because they were making fun of my father’s name. Suddenly, the teacher came and kicked me until I fell,” claimed the injured boy, adding that he was traumatised and scared to go back to school. … Since the incident, the boy had been complaining of constant headaches. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/04/19/Sick-teacher-steps-on-pupil-Youngster-vomits-and-faints-after-being-assaulted-at-school/ —– OUR SCHOOL SECURITY GUARDS AT THEIR MOST DANGEROUS! Against ONE woman… This is the school, Sekolah Menengah Methodist (ACS), Seremban. PSS SMK METHODIST (ACS) SEREMBANpsssmkmethodist4091.blogspot.com Chong Nicole Francine Ming Yang had had an appointment with the headmaster. When she arrived, she was told that the headmaster was not in. Yet, she found the HM in his office! When she tried to take a photo of one of the security guards, to complain about being lied to, two guards held her and that guard assaulted her! Read about it in the NST: Mom beaten up by school security guards – Latest – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/mom-beaten-up-by-school-security-guards-1.493733#ixzz2uVowah5M …
Pupil did not understand SMS threat to teacher
ALOR SETAR: The Year Three pupil of a school in Baling who allegedly threatened to rape his teacher did not fully understand the meaning of the word, the Kedah Education Department found out. … It was reported yesterday that the boy made the threat at about 10.30pm last Thursday. He first called the teacher on the phone and then followed up with an SMS that read: “Teacher, wait I will rape you, soon.” It was reported that the pupil allegedly texted the teacher the message after his friend was not appointed class monitor. The teacher lodged a police report the following day. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/02/18/Pupil-did-not-understand-SMS-threat-to-teacher/ —
報導：林結鳳 （亞羅士打18日訊）誤把“強姦”（rogol）當“疼惜”（sayang），小學三年級學生借手機發短訊恫言強姦老師事件，純屬誤會！ 吉打州教育局主任拿督曼蘇今日接受《中國報》電詢時指出，教育局官員昨日已與校方和該名學生及其家長會談，所得結果是小學生根本不明白“強姦”（rogol）字眼的意思，反而誤以為這個字眼是“疼惜”（sayang）老師的意思。 曼蘇說，該名學生尚年幼，不知道該字眼的意思，由于學生沒有惡意且沒企圖，更不會對任何人造成威脅，此事在雙方會談后已圓滿解決。 … Remember this report? Monday February 17, 2014 MYT 7:06:21 AM
I will rape you, teacher warned
MALACCA: A teacher in Kedah allegedly received a rape threat – from a Year Three pupil! No, the teacher misunderstood. The boy meant to say sayang teacher, not rogol teacher. —– Star Tuesday February 18, 2014 MYT 7:05:03 AM
Form Three student stages robbery
JOHOR BARU: A Form Three student claimed that her boyfriend and two others robbed her house of valuables. But when the police launched an investigation after she lodged a report, they found that she was lying. She had earlier lodged a police report that the robbery occurred at her house at 8.15pm on Feb 4 in Taman Nusa Bestari here. In her report, she claimed that her 17-year-old boyfriend had called her and wanted to see her. Her mother was away at work at a factory at that time. She said the boyfriend wanted to meet her at the back lane of her house. According to her report, when she opened the door, he and his two friends barged into the house. Her boyfriend placed a knife on her neck and abdomen before he and his friends stole the valuables. Nusajaya OCPD Supt Noor Hashim Mohamad said when the police questioned her on the case, she admitted that they had staged the robbery and she had lied to her mother. He said the male suspect, who was waiting for his SPM examination results, and his two friends, aged 21, were detained at a house in Taman Mutiara Rini two days after the incident. … “The girl was detained at her house. All four suspects have been remanded until Feb 20 to assist in investigations,” he added. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/02/18/Form-Three-student-stages-robbery-Girl-teams-up-with-boyfriend-and-two-others-to-burgle-her-own-hous/ — Star Monday February 17, 2014 MYT 7:06:21 AM
I will rape you, teacher warned
MALACCA: A teacher in Kedah allegedly received a rape threat – from a Year Three pupil! The young boy from SK Lanai first called her on the phone and then followed up with an SMS that read: “Teacher, wait I will rape you, soon.” Her colleague, who contacted The Star office here, said the threat from the young boy has sent shock waves throughout the school in Kupang, about 6km from Baling town, and across the state. “She is traumatised that her pupil had boldly made the threat,” said the colleague, a 29-year-old teacher from Alor Gajah here, who now teaches at the Kedah school. The pupil had allegedly acted in such a menacing manner in defence of a friend who was not appointed the class monitor. The 39-year-old victim was at her home in Bandar Putri Jaya, Sungai Petani, when she received the threat at around 10.30pm on Feb 13. Terrified, she asked her husband to check out who made the phone call, which was in a boyish tone. Using a public phone, the husband called back the number and a man, believed to be in his 30s, answered. The man admitted that his nephew had used his cell phone and that he would punish the boy and report the matter to his parents. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/02/17/I-will-rape-you-teacher-warned-Year-3-pupil-calls-her-on-phone-and-follows-up-with-threat-in-SMS/ — At SMJK Nan Hwa in Sitiawan His students, his punching bags! When he was accidentally splashed with water by a Form 1 girl, he punched her in the face. In class, he punched three students who had forgotten to bring their notebooks. He was also said to have hit the principal of another school where he had been teaching earlier. ….. IPOH: A male teacher who allegedly hurt four students of Sekolah Menengah Jenis Kebangsaan (SMJK) in Sitiawan near here could be undergoing stress and mental problems. Perak State Education Department Deputy Director Mohd Idris Ramli said based on the school’s report, the department was convinced that the teacher had these problems since his actions were not normal compared to the usual punishment of caning. “We will study and investigate the matter and get the involvement of all parties who know what really happened, including all the students concerned. We sent two officers to the school this morning,” he said when contacted on Friday. He said the teacher had been asked to rest for a week until Feb 19 and instructed to undergo a health test at the Manjung Hospital. After that, the teacher who taught English Language and Computer Studies, would be temporarily placed at the Manjung District Education Office while awaiting the outcome of the investigations, he said. Mohd Idris said the teacher had been involved in an almost-similar incident in the same school on Jan 22 but it was amicably resolved between th http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/02/14/Crime-teacher-punch-student/ …
IPOH, Feb 14 — A male teacher who allegedly hurt four students of Sekolah Menengah Jenis Kebangsaan (SMJK) in Sitiawan near here could be undergoing stress and mental problems. Perak State… Read more – See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia#sthash.QQBhr6pz.dpuf
3 hours ago – Teacher Who Allegedly Hurt Students Could Be Under Stress, Mental … Perak State Education Department Deputy Director Mohd Idris Ramli . — http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/teacher-who-allegedly-hurt-students-could-be-under-stress-mental-problems ….. Star Friday February 14, 2014 MYT 10:15:23 AM
Angry teacher punches four students
Chairman of the school board of governors Ling Leong Peng said the affected students were traumatised and had been advised not to attend school until action is taken against the teacher. Ling claimed that this was not the first time the teacher had resorted to violence. Last month, he allegedly punched a student at the school. He was also said to have hit the principal of another school where he was teaching earlier. He said the teacher’s previous cases were reported to the Manjung education office, but he claimed that no action was taken. “We want the authorities to suspend him and do something about his behaviour. This cannot go on,” he added. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/02/14/Angry-teacher-punches-four-students/ — OF THE ENGLISH TEACHER AND THE PUPILS HE MADE WEAR (COW) BELLS: HE GOT TRANSFERRED. Malaysiakini 11:31PM Jan 26, 2014
Transferred: Teacher who fed grass to student
http://beta.malaysiakini.com/news/252830 — THIS HAPPENED IN SJK CINA KHAI MENG, SUNGKAI GURU ARAH MURID MELAYU MAKAN RUMPUT… ADAKAH GURU DI SJKC KHAI …theflyingkick.blogspot.com Pena Tanah Melayupenadaritanahmelayu.blogspot.com … http://networkedblogs.com/T9UlF — NST photo
Star Saturday January 25, 2014 MYT 5:06:27 PM
Students claim they were forced to wear bells and treated like cows by a teacher
SUNGKAI: Two Year Four pupils from SJKC Khai Meng are claiming that they were made to wear bells around their necks like cows by a teacher for not doing their homework. Their parents claimed that the teacher had also asked them to pull grass from the field and asked the boys to eat it on Thursday. When Tanjung Malim MP Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan spoke to the school’s headmistress to seek clarification over the issue, she admitted that the pupils were asked to wear the bells around the neck but they were not forced to eat grass. She said the teacher had apologised to the parents over the incident. State Education Department director Muhamad Roli Hassan said he had asked the district education office to look into the matter, and was awaiting the report. … “He had caned the boys twice each before that but chose to humiliate them by making them wear bells around their necks and calling them cows in front of the class. “If that was not bad enough, he took pictures of them on his mobile phone and threatened to post them on Facebook before asking the boys to eat grass or get another 10 strokes of the rotan,” Muktasim told reporters here Saturday. He alleged that although the boys were spared from eating the grass without being caned, their pictures were shown to pupils in other classes. Students claim they were forced to wear bells and treated like cows by a teacher … NST 25 January 2014| last updated at 04:52PM
Pupil forced to eat grass, mom lodges report
TAPAH: A 31-year-old mother has lodged a police report against a teacher at a Chinese-type school in Sungkai near here for ill-treating her son. The mother lodged the report at the Sungkai police station on Friday afternoon. … She also alleged that the teacher, who teaches English language to her son, had handed her child and his classmate grass during the school’s recess hour. The teacher, she claimed had told her son that “lembu tak buat kerja rumah mesti kena makan rumput” (cow that does not do its homework has to eat grass). She claimed that the teacher then took pictures of her son and his classmate and showed them to students in other classes.
— FOOD IN THE SCHOOL CANTEEN THEY SELL WHAT OUR CHILDREN LOVE TO EAT! Can you blame the canteen stall-holders? Would you expect them to sell what our children don’t want? The school canteen at any school in Malaysia, whether primary or secondary, sells french fries, burgers, sausages, hotdogs, nuggets and fried crackers which are certainly not food of high nutritional value for children. There will be economy rice with all types of meat and vegetable but friend chicken will be the best seller. Nasi lemak? Chee cheong fun? Fried noodles? Sure. These sell. There will be chocolate and all sorts of sweets or candy. There will be flavoured drinks with coloring, or fizzy drinks (Coca Cola, 7-Up, etc). Here is a dietitian who grumbles about unhealthy food in school canteens. If you agree with her, why are you spending so much money on your children (and yourself) for meals at KFC, McDonald’s and the like? A further point. Prices are not decided by canteen operators but are controlled by the school (Board of Governors or Directors). These prices are comparatively lower than outside. What could we expect at the school canteen? Low prices and high quality food that students don’t want? Or low prices for food that is filling? A student may say, “I would prefer to eat something healthier like yogurt but I have to make do with whatever is provided.”That is a rare person or just telling you what she thinks you want to hear. … YAHOO! NEWS MALAYSIA
Dietician says food sold in schools lack nutrition
The Malay Mail Online KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 17 — Most food served in school canteens were high in fat and sugar content, contributing to a high calorie consumption among students. Dietician Erica Mak said children were forced to consume such food due to a lack of healthier choices, resulting in poor eating habits which contributed to the rise of obesity among children. “As the food served much in fat and sugar, it made up a large portion of a child’s caloric consumption. Unhealthy diet habits cultivated from a young age may increase risk for non-communicable diseases later in life,” Mak said. “Hence, the right proportion of macronutrients and micronutrients were essential for optimal growth and school performance.” Mak was asked to comment over checks made by The Malay Mail at several primary and secondary schools in the Klang Valley. It was found the schools served food which contained minimal nutritional value and many schools did not adhere to guidelines set by the Education Ministry (see accompanying story). http://my.news.yahoo.com/dietician-says-food-sold-schools-lack-nutrition-231900670.html …
Checks show students forced to make do with unhealthy food
The Malay Mail Online KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 17 — It is important to feed the young with nutritional food. However, youngsters are exposed to unhealthy eating habits even in schools. … The Malay Mail team visited six schools in the Klang Valley — SK Methodist (Petaling Jaya), SJK © Yuk Chai (Petaling Jaya), SMK Sultan Abdul Samad (Petaling Jaya), SMK St Mary (Kuala Lumpur), SMK Ideal Heights (Selayang) and SMK USJ4 (Subang Jaya) — and observed that while prices of food sold were affordable, they lacked nutritional content. Among the food served at the canteens were deep fried nuggets and burger patties, cakes and canned drinks which had high sugar content. SK Methodist even sold small packets of junk food. Our team observed a small plate of nasi lemak, generally priced at RM1, was served with a quarter piece of an egg, some peanuts and anchovies. There were no cucumber or any other vegetables. Fried noodles, priced between RM1 and RM2.50, did not contain meat, but only served with bean sprouts and strips of carrot. http://my.news.yahoo.com/photos/checks-show-students-forced-unhealthy-food-photo-231500253.html —– BULLYING HAPPENS IN OUR SCHOOLS. IT HAPPENED TO ME AS A LITTLE BOY, WHEN I WAS IN PRIMARY 4-5. IT CONTINUES TODAY. — Star Thursday October 31, 2013 MYT 6:49:50 AM
Bullies transferred to other schools
PETALING JAYA: Four Form 4 students who attacked their schoolmate after he named them as smokers will be transferred to other schools, said Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara). After talking to the victim, witnesses and the accused themselves, the four were found to be involved in the attack, said Mara corporate communications division deputy director Ahmad Sabri Kassim. “We have decided to transfer these four out to other Mara Junior Science Colleges (MRSM),” he said in a statement yesterday. It was reported in the The Star recently that a 16-year-old in Balik Pulau was attacked by groups of bullies who were allegedly on a list of smokers the boy had submitted to the students’ disciplinary board. The attacks occurred twice – the first at 11.30pm on Saturday and the second at 2.30am on Sunday. Bullies transferred to other schools — Star Saturday October 26, 2013 MYT 7:22:53 AM
School bullies plead guilty
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Three secondary school students in Seberang Jaya, Butterworth, have admitted bullying their classmate. All the three aged 15 pleaded guilty when the charge was read to them in the magistrate’s court here yesterday. They were charged with committing the offence in their school at about 2.25pm on March 4. The charge under Section 323 of the Penal Code for voluntarily causing hurt carries up to 12 months in jail, a maximum fine of RM2,000 or both upon conviction. DPP Kamalizah Md Zain appeared for the prosecution. Magistrate Nur Zafirah Muhamed Ali set bail at RM1,500 each and fixed Nov 28 to deliver the sentence. http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013/10/26/School-bullies-plead-guilty.aspx … For the video, watch the upload by Malaysian Crime Awareness Campaign: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=160483564116068&set=vb.395518280503178&type=2&theater — IF IT’S TRUE, IT’S NOT ONLY SHOCKING. IT’S TRAGIC.. Sources told The Star that the boys had accessed adult sites that were not filtered by the blocking software. But where was the supervision? — Star hursday October 3, 2013 MYT 11:48:39 AM
Boy claims hearing loss after being slapped by teacher
GEORGE TOWN: An 11-year-old schoolboy claimed he was slapped so hard by his school teacher that he suffered a ruptured eardrum. Year Five pupil Tan Xin Ren, 11, said the teacher also smacked him in the back and pulled his ear in class. “He was apparently upset because he saw me putting away my books before the lesson ended at 1.30pm on Tuesday. In pain: Xin Ren showing his picture and videoscopy report during the press conference in George Town. “He called me to his table after all my classmates had left and smacked me in the back. He asked me why I kept talking in class and whether I had done my homework. “He then told me to write my name and my father’s handphone number. When I did not do it, he pulled my ear and asked how I could forget my father’s phone number. “When I raised my voice and shouted ‘I don’t know’, he slapped me in the left cheek, and this affected my hearing,” he said. Boy claims hearing loss after being slapped by teacher … Free Malaysia Today
Ex-MP furious with ‘violent’ teacher
Student’s ear drum damaged after being slapped by teacher for talking in class.
GEORGE TOWN: Former parliamentarian Tan Tee Beng is fuming mad with a ‘violent’ male teacher. The ex-Nibong Tebal MP is angry that the teacher had slapped his 11-year-old nephew so hard that it damaged the boy’s eardrum. Accompanied by Tee Beng, the boy, Tan Xin Ren has lodged a police report at Pulau Tikus police station at 11am today. Xin Ren, Tee Beng’s eldest brother’s youngest son, has been hospitalised to receive medical treatment at the general hospital. The incident took place at a co-ed vernacular school in Bagan Jermal area at 1.30pm on Tuesday. — How was it possible for these school children to gain access to porn at school? Is this an isolated case or…? The brothers apparently watched an adult movie at their school’s computer lab and later invited the girl to their house in Tanjung Minyak Utama to re-enact what they had seen. Star. Thursday October 3, 2013 MYT 7:28:40 AM
Groups alarmed over access to online porn linked to attack on Year One student
PETALING JAYA: Netizens and NGOs are united in their concern over the inappropriate content children can access of the web. Their concern is heightened after the recent incident in which brothers, one in Year Four and the other in Year Two, allegedly forced a Year One girl to perform oral sex on them. The brothers apparently watched an adult movie at their school’s computer lab and later invited the girl to their house in Tanjung Minyak Utama to re-enact what they had seen. Groups alarmed over access to online porn linked to attack on Year One student — Sources told The Star that the boys had accessed adult sites that were not filtered by the blocking software Star Wednesday October 2, 2013 MYT 6:58:15 AM
Two brothers force Year One girl to perform oral sex
MALACCA: Two brothers, one in Year Four and the other in Year Two, allegedly forced a Year One girl to perform oral sex on them after the duo browsed an adult movie site on their school computer. The brothers apparently had watched a movie at the school’s computer lab and later invited the girl to their house in Tanjung Minyak Utama here to re-enact what they had seen. The girl’s 25-year-old mother lodged a police report on Monday after her daughter told her about the incident. In her report, the mother claimed the brothers had “romanced” her daughter by inviting her on the pretext of helping her with homework. Sources told The Star that the boys had accessed adult sites that were not filtered by the blocking software. Malacca Action Group for Parents (Magpie) chairman Mak Chee Kin said the state education department should probe the shocking case as it involved primary school pupils. “The department should investigate whether children at school are watching pornography,” he said, adding that schools should also install web-filtering software to block minors from visiting inappropriate sites.