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Thursday, May 28, 2009


Selamat Hari Guru 2009
"Guru Pembina Negara Bangsa"


Mengajar anak didik tentang bagaimana membuat pendaftaran dalam web
agar anak didik dapat berkongsi ilmu dengan murid-murid dan guru-guru di seluruh Malaysia.

Penjarian Rekoder(Recoder)


B is thumb and first finger

A is thumb and both first and second fingers

G is thumb and first, second, and third fingers

D is NO thumb and second finger of left hand

Always clean your instrument.

The lower the note the softer you need to blow, so blow carefully
. the harder you blow for 'd' will make it more squeaky





1. Place your ring finger on the 5th string, 3rd fret
2. Place your middle finger on the 4th string, 2nd fret
3. Place your index finger on the 2nd string, 1st fret
4. Start from the 5th string and strum each of the strings below it in quick succession. Do not play the 6th string.
1. Place your index finger on the 1st string, 2nd fret
2. Place your middle finger on the 4th string, 4th fret
3. Place your ring finger on the 3rd string, 4th fret
4. Place your pinky finger on the 2nd string, 4th fret
5. Start from the 4th string and strum each of the strings below in quick succession. Do not play the 6th or 5th strings.


A Major
1. Place your index finger on the 4th string, 2nd fret
2. Place your middle finger on the 3rd string, 2nd fret
3. Place your ring finger on the 2nd string, 2nd fret
4. Start from the 5th string and strum each of the strings below in quick succession. Do not play the 6th string.
In the same way that we numbered each of the strings, we will also assign a number value to each of the fingers on your fretting hand so that you know which fingers to use when creating a chord. When reading the diagrams below:
1 = Index finger
2 = Middle finger
3 = Ring finger
4 = Pinky finger
0 = Play the note Open
X = Don't play the string

How To Play Guitar Chords

A normal guitar has six strings, each of which has a different size and note value. In standard tuning, the bottom string (also the skinniest and highest sounding) is an E note. This is also known as the 1st string. The 2nd string up (a little bit thicker and lower sounding) is a B note. The 3rd string up is a G note, 4th is a D, 5th is an A, and the 6th string (thickest, lowest sounding, and closest to your body) is also an E note. When in tune, playing the 1st and the 6th strings open should produce the same note, albeit at different pitches. Mnemonic devices can help you remember the order of the strings: For example, from top to bottom: Eat All Day Get Big Easy. Or come up with your own.

Info yang perlu diketahui oleh pemain gitar...
Pertama sekali kita perlu tahu asas TANGGANADA bagi setiap key. Contoh tangganada C Major ( C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C) Not ke-3 dan 4 / 7 dan 8 MESTI SEMITON. Tangganada C Major TIADA Tandanada.

Berikut adalah 'Chord' yang mempunyai TANDANADA

1. G Major - F#
2. D Major - F# , C#
3. A Major - F# , C# , G#
4. E Major - F# , C# , G# , D#
5. B Major - F# , C# , G# , D# , A#
6. F Major - Bb

1 2 3 - 4 5 6 7 - 8 - Nombor yang berwarna merah mesti SEMITON

How to start to play the VIOLIN

The violin is mostly known for being used in classical music, but there have been performers who have made a name for themselves composing more modern music for the violin. In a symphony orchestra the violin is the main melody instrument. It's a fine instrument for a music student to begin at an early age.

Starting Out

Step 1
Find a private area with a straight-back chair and a music stand.

Step 2
Take the violin out of its case and place the instrument base on your lap.

Step 3
Pluck each string using your right or left thumb to test its tension and hear its pitch.

Step 4
Use a pitch pipe or a piano to tune your violin to G - D - A - E. ("E" is the top space on the treble clef on your sheet music. "G" is below the second ledger line of the treble clef.)

Step 5
Wrap your left hand around the upper body where the neck and fingerboard extend from the instrument.

Step 6
Place the base of the violin and the black chin rest below your chin.

Step 7
Bring your left shoulder around so it's under the chin rest and forms a support from below.

Step 8
Keep the violin level using your left hand. Your shoulder and chin provide firm, but easy contact and support.

Step 9
Be comfortable and relaxed.

Step 10
Place your right thumb at the corner of the fingerboard nearest the bridge.

Step 11
Put the pad of your index finger on top of the "G" string.

Step 12
Apply slight pressure so that your finger lands on the neighboring "D" string. This is "plucking" and is called playing "pizzicato."

Step 13
Pluck the "G" string four times in a steady rhythm. Use no fingernails.

Step 14
Repeat on the "D", "A" and "E" strings. Count with a steady beat or use a metronome.

Step 15
Say the names of the strings each time you pluck to make a sound.

Step 16
Mix the sequence and keep the tempo at a slow rate. Focus on accuracy.

Step 17
Identify the location of the "D" and "A" quarter notes on the treble clef of your sheet music. "D" hangs just below the bottom line. "A" occupies the second space.

Using the Bow

Step 1
Tighten the bow hair so there is a 3/4-inch space between the hair and the bow at the closest point.

Step 2
Place your right thumb on the inside part of the bow where the frog creeps forward and back.

Step 3
Lay your three middle fingers on the outside of the bow. Place your pinkie on top, near the adjustment screw.

Step 4
Rest the side of your index finger (just above its second joint) on top of the bow stick.

Step 5
Place the frog end of the bow hair on top of the "G" string halfway between the end of the fingerboard and the bridge.

Step 6
Allow your hand to fall naturally from your arm at the point of your wrist.

Step 7
Apply a slight bit of pressure on the bow and draw a straight line while vibrating the string. Stop near the bow tip. This is a "down bow."

Step 8
Reverse the direction and move the bow on the string from the tip to the frog. This is an "up bow."

Step 9
Move the bow at a medium-slow and regular speed.

Step 10
Focus on producing a steady and pleasant-sounding tone.

Left-Hand Fingering

Step 1
Place your left thumb under the violin's neck about 1 1/2 inches below the nut.

Step 2
Play two pizzicato notes on the open (no fingering) "G" string.

Step 3
Keep your index finger arched and press down firmly on the "G" string with the pad of your fingertip.

Step 4
Play two pizzicato notes on this same string. This produces the note "A" - eight notes (an octave) lower than the open "A" string above.

Step 5
Play this low "A" with your index finger on the "G" string. Then play the high "A" on the open string above. Listen to how they match in pitch.

Step 6
Adjust your finger placement on the "G" string to make the "lower A" pitch match the upper.

Step 7
Put your middle finger on the "G" string one inch closer to the bridge.

Step 8
Pluck the string. This note is "B" - two whole steps above the "G" string.

Step 9
Play B - A - G - A - B - B - B and you've played your first tune, "Mary Had a Little Lamb."

Step 10
Try these steps while using the violin bow.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Bass Clef

Bass clef:
The bass clef, also known as the F-clef because it defines the line for the F note between two dots, is used for lower-pitched instruments such as the bassoon, the bass, and low brass instruments such as the trombone and tuba.
The piano part played by the left hand is also usually written with a bass clef. The notes played on the lines of the bass clef staff are, from bottom to top, G, B, D, F, A.
This order can be remembered with the aid of phrases such as Good Burritos Don't Fall Apart or Good Boys Do Fine Always.
The spaces between the lines, from bottom to top, correspond to the notes A, C, E, G.
The mnemonic device All Cows Eat Grass may help you remember the order of these notes.

Treble Clef

Treble clef: The treble clef, also known as the G-clef (because it circles the line for the G note), is used in writing music for most musical voices (soprano, mezzo-soprano, alto, and tenor), most woodwind instruments, stringed instruments (violin, guitar) and high brass instruments such as the trumpet. It also typically corresponds to the notes played with the right hand on the piano. The notes played on the lines of the treble clef staff are, from bottom to top, E, G, B, D, F. The order of these notes can be remembered with the use of mnemonic phrases such as Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge, Elvis' G'uitar Broke Down Friday, or Every Good Boy Does Fine. The spaces between the lines, from bottom to top, correspond to the notes F, A, C, E, a sequence which, obviously, spells "FACE."

Finalis Sugandoi Kaamatan Peringkat Negeri


SIAPAKAH di antara 10 finalis bakal dinobatkan juara Sugandoi Kaamatan Peringkat negeri 2009?

Peserta itu adalah...........?

  • Agusta Marcus (Tuaran),
  • Danny F Malinggi (Tamparuli),
  • Effarina Jaluman (Tg Aru),
  • Fairot Sinang (Matunggong),
  • Georgia Joy Binsol (Papar), -- Inilah yg juara sugandoi 2009
  • Kenny David Yuntala (Penampang),
  • Mohd Rifanzie Rujie (Api Api),
  • Norbert Andillah (Likas),
  • Rosmah Amat (Sandakan) dan
  • Sanisah Majilin (Sook).

Cuba teka siapa yang JOHAN......

Sugandoi Kaamatan malam tersebut dirasmikan oleh Huguan Siou Datuk Seri Panglima Joseph Pairin Kitingan yang juga telah menyampaikan hadiah kepada pemenang.

How To Play Keyboard ?

A basic outline on how to play a keyboard, in addition to opinions on why you should buy one and how the keyboard measures up to the digital piano.

This article will explain how to play the keyboard, how much easier a keyboard is to learn than a piano, and how the keys are supposed to be very strong.

A keyboard gives you more playing options than similar instruments, like the digital piano. This also tells you about performing in bands or solo.

When first positioning your fingers, please be aware that some sheet music has little numbers, which represent each finger placement next to some black dot notes on the sheet music stave.

These are.......

1 = thumb,

2 = index finger,

3 = middle finger,

4 = ring finger, and

5 = little/pinky finger.

This sheet music shows you, by placement of these numbers, which fingers play either the white or the black keys.

Learn how to read sheet music.

Play a tune on the keyboard in 1 of 2 ways:

either play a song you remember "by ear," or follow the sheet music.

Learn to play "by ear." Remembering the sound of a song and finding which notes on the keyboard to press is not easy to do. Here is how you can start.

  • Sound Colours. Particular songs are closest to one of 12 "sound colours." If you know DO RE ME FAH SOH LA TI DOH or the song "Doe a deer a female deer," then press a C to begin (again see the fingering exercise linked below to find out where this is.) Now sing the next note UP while pressing each WHITE note to the RIGHT of the C on the keyboard. Play the following notes: C= doh D=re E=Me F=Fah G=Sol A=Lah B=Ti C= DOh again. You have just sung or played one of those 12 colours!

  • Key of C: The entire combination of notes is called the key of C. When your ear is good and practiced, you then begin to recognize some songs on the radio as "fitting" into the Key of C. You will need to know that there are another 12 quite different keys to recognize and that some songs might "fit".

Think of the keyboard as having 3 kinds of "brains," each of which is a type of memory. The first type of brain is called a sound brain, or more commonly known as a tone. This works by storing all the sounds like pianos, strings, flute, and even combines some of these tones to make new ones like "fantasy" or "synthesized " keyboard sounds. A 2nd sound brain is known as the "rhythm brain," called "rhythms" on some keyboards or "styles " on others. Here the keyboard sets off a whole little band of drums, bass guitar, piano and other combinations and allows you to play a right hand melody along with it. The other kind of keyboard brain or memory records what you play. For instance, if you played a left hand Bass guitar part, you could later play accompaniment with that. You could then play something entirely new, like a piano or voice melody, to "fit together" with what you originally recorded.

Decide between keyboards versus digital pianos. Consider the following:
Learning to play the keyboard seems easier than learning to play the piano in some ways. Some beginners find playing a keyboard easier to learn because they can play a larger variety of music, like pop, rock, country and jazz.

Don't confuse a keyboard with a synthesizer or a digital piano. These instruments have different abilities.

Classical music sounds far better played on a piano than a keyboard. A digital piano is comparable to a piano, but doesn't operate like a keyboard. A keyboard is more like a one-man band, and a fun way to learn music as a beginner.

Try taking it up a notch, play in a band. Get a couple of friends who can play drums and a another one who plays guitar. With the instruments, the guitar does chords in C major, the keyboard does the C major scale, and the drums outlines the rhythm patterns.


  • Try and learn from people who know.

  • Avoid silly mistakes, especially in performing.

  • Practice, Practice, Practice

  • Accept constructive criticism

  • Believe in yourself

  • Take lessons if you can afford them.

Happy Teacher's Day 2009

Teacher's Day is here. Lets pay respect to these Teachers which are our parents in our School Life through these Teacher' s Day Cards. They teach us everything and are the major architect of our life.



Bersedia melangkah megah
Walaupun sukar baktiku curah
Demi mu ibu pertiwi
Sumpah ku lafaz janji kukota

Berikrar eratkan bangsa
Kukuhkan cinta kepada Negara
Berjasa terus berjasa
Menyebarkan ilmu tiada batasnya

Guru Pembina Negara Bangsa
Gagah perjuangkan visi Negara

Bangunkan jiwa yang pelbagai rupa
Demi agama dan nusa tercinta

Guru Pembina Negara Bangsa
Tetap Unggul senadakan suara
Sehaluan menggapai matlamatnya
Cemerlang dan gemilangkan Malaysia

Pencipta Lagu : Khairulrizam bin Khalid
Pencipta Lirik : Ili Nurbahirah bt Baharudin
Pengubah Muzik : Marzuki bin Tambi

I wish Happy Teacher's Day to all the teachers in Malaysia especially those who knows me. Hopefully we can carry and do all the tasks and be responsible in whatever we do....

Don't forget to attend the state level Teachers' Day celebration in Keningau on the 5th.of June, 2009. The celebration will be organized at Dewan Datuk Seri Panglima Lee Sen, SMJK.Ken Hwa, Keningau.

Pengurus Koir :

Pengurus : En.Haris Ibrahim - Guru Besar SK.Apin-Apin

Jurulatih : Pn.Joan Jerome - PK1 SK.Patikang Laut

Senarai Peserta :

1. Michael Rajimin - SK.Tuarid Taud
2. Quintin Onolon - SK.Kg.Biah
3. Frederick Aling - SK.Kg.Biah
4. Vitalis Onolon - SM.Teknik
5. Raim Ansikop - SK.KG.Biah
6. Narius Kubin - SK.ST.James Apin-Apin
7. Paulus Saut - SK.Ambual
8. Bauni Guntabid - SMK.Bingkor
9. Haidah Pg.Mohiddin - SK.Bulu Silou
10.Suriaty Rahmat - Guru Besar SK.Bulu Silou
11.Bibiana Paulus - SM.Teknik
12.Jorinah Sulah - SK.Bulu Silou
13.Juriah Gabriel Jakuil - SK.Pekan
14.Leona C.Chin - SK.Kg.Biah
15.Alice Linus - SK.Magatang
16.Dymnah Nirwaanah Dominic - SMK.Sook
17.Elizabeth Paulus - SK.Membulu
18.Syuaib Samijan - SM.Teknik
19.Oliviana Linus - SK.Patikang Laut
20.Wan Norlydiawati Md Ridhwan - SK. Patikang Laut
21.Joe Samat - SK.Pasir Putih
22.Carson Chia - SK.Pasir Putih
23.Halim J.Angusi - PPD Nabawan
24.Florence Dominic - SJK. ST.Theresa, Tambunan

25.Alexander Musin - SK.Ulu Liawan
26.Scholastica Clare Marcus - SK.Pekan Keningau

Lagu Guru Malaysia:

Kami guru Malaysia
Berikrar dan berjanji
Mendidik dan memimpin
Putra putri negara kita

Pada Seri Paduka
Kami tumpahkan setia
Rukun Negara kita
Panduan hidup kami semua

Di bidang pembangunan
Kami tetap bersama
Membantu, membina
Negara yang tercinta

Amanah yang diberi
Kami tak persiakan
Apa yang kami janji
Tunai tetap kami tunaikan

Lagu & Lirik : Hashim Ahmad







MUZIK....SOLO....ULANG Rangkap Ke-2 ( Cabaran.....)


Tuesday, May 26, 2009


Gambar kenangan bersama dengan seorang yang pakar dalam bidang MOTIVASI DIRI tentang bagaimana memotivasikan diri dalam setiap tanggungjawab yang diberikan oleh sesebuah organisasi....Sesungguhnya....MOTIVASI DIRI merupakan senjata utama dalam memajukan sesebuah organisasi...Ibarat mencipta lagu iaitu...Irama dan Lagu tidak dapat dipisahkan

Monday, May 25, 2009


Untuk mengetahui nama not pada papan kibod sebenarnya mudah sahaja iaitu.... setiap papan kibod tempat kita menekan bunyi hanya 2 jenis WARNA iaitu HITAM dan PUTIH. Jika anda perhatikan 2 hitam berselang 3 hitam dan seterusnya.....Kalau 2 Hitam, not di sebelah kirinya PASTI NOT 'C'(papan putih), kalau 3 hitam, not di sebelah kirinya ialah 'F'(papan putih) dan seterusnya.....Kalau kita baca solfa untuk TANGGANADA C Major, kita mula dari...(C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C...) dan berakhir di C. Biasanya kita belajar bermain KIBOD bermula pada Not 'C Tengah'. Tips...belajar PIANO automatik pandai main KIBOD kerana penjarian semasa belajar PIANO lebih sistematik iaitu kita perlu ingat nombor setiap jari kiri dan kanan kita. Angka 1 bermula pada jari IBU kiri da kanan dan seterusnya.....buat latihan yang lebih kerap iaitu sekurang-kurangnya 6 jam sehari.....not yang kita mainkan hanya "DO RE MI FA SO" sahaja. Selepas jari jemari kita sudah lembut, teruskan untuk satu OKTAF..."DO RE MI FA SO LA TI DO"....Anda harus ingat, untuk satu OKTAF not ke 4 kena guna IBU jari (utk Tangan Kanan)....


1. Perlu tahu kedudukan not pada BALUK.
2. Perlu tahu tangganada setiap 'KEY'.
3. Perlu tahu Meter/Time Signature.
4. Perlu tahu Tandanada/Time Signature.

Bersambung.........jumpa lagi...

Penyelenggaraan sistem pemarkahan di sekolah saya iaitu SK.Tuarid Taud amat mudah setelah salah seorang guru baru kami yang juga merupakan Guru Cemerlang telah membina sebuah sistem yang dipanggil PROGRAM MARKAH.
Ini merupakan Program Markah yang telah dibina oleh Cikgu Francis Victor.....Masalah penyusunan kelas mengikut kebolehan murid dan 'Head Count' yang dihadapi oleh sekolah sebelum ini sudah dapat diatasi dengan adanya sistem ini....Tahniah kepada Cikgu Francis...Cikgu No. 1

Friday, May 22, 2009

Sori...gambar kurang jelas...
juru gambar tidak cun....
bagagar tangan dia
waktu dia ambil gambar ni.....

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Ini pose saya punya sumandak....dia lagi berani dari sa oh...main lapas tangan lagi tu....

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Gambar kenangan semasa mengikuti Kursus Biro Tata Negara(BTN) di Kundasang Ranau 2008. Gayat juga oh....Mula-mula saya tingu dari bawah oh tidak juga tinggi ni...sekali sudah di atas adui...macam tidak mau turun...

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Gambar kenangan bersama keluarga menghadiri majlis konvo OUM di PWTC tahun 2006.....

Sudut Pandang

Kalau ada geng2 yang berminat untuk berkongsi pengalaman tentang muzik amatlah dialu-alukan.....sesungguhnya muzik adalah segala-galanya TETAPI segala-galanya bukan untuk muzik.....

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Asal usul muzik sompoton

Mengikut tradisi Kadazan, Dusun dan Murut (KDM), muzik sompoton diperbuat daripada bambu kuning...Uniknya alat muzik ialah...ianya boleh dimainkan bersama alat-alat muzik Moden. Biasanya alat muzik ini dimainkan dengan menggunakan TANGGANADA 'PENTATONIK'. Bagaimana pun, alat muzik sompoton ini boleh juga dimainkan dalam TANGGANADA 'MAJOR' kerana alat muzik sompoton ini boleh 'Ditiun'. Antara pembuat sompoton yang terkenal di Daerah Keningau ialah Cikgu Pius Kating.

Salam Perkenalan

Hai semua blogger, selamat datang ke blog sia, ada apa2 cadangan?????

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan
Guru-Guru SK.Tuarid Taud

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan
Murid-murid sedang mendengar makluman daripada guru-guru

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan
Murid-murid sabar menanti ucapan guru disiplin

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan
Cikgu Dzulkifli selaku guru disiplin sedang memberikan ucapan

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan

Majlis Perhimpunan
Kelihatan bendera kebangsaan dan negeri dikibarkan sempena bulan kemerdekaan 2009

Kem Sahsiah & Akademik

Kem Sahsiah & Akademik
En.Jeromie Jolly Ketua Unit Pembangunan Kemanusiaan PPD Keningau sedang berucap di Majlis Perasmian Penutupan Kem Sahsiah Diri & Kecemerlangan UPSR 2009

Kem Sahsiah Diri

Kem Sahsiah Diri
En.Severinus Gindohon selaku penyelaras Kem Sahsiah Diri sedang mengatakan sesuatu kepada para peserta

Kem Sahsiah

Kem Sahsiah
Sebahagian daripada para peserta Kem Sahsiah

Kem Sahsiah

Kem Sahsiah

Kem Sahsiah

Kem Sahsiah

Suasana yang sangat menggembirakan kepada semua peserta

1st KDC Open Double Dart Championship 2009

1st KDC Open Double Dart Championship 2009
Mr.Moulvin sedang memanaskan badan sebelum meneruskan ngam la tu...


DEBBY - Johan


BETH - Naib Johan


AMY - Tempat Ke-3

Pengumuman Penting

Pengumuman Penting
Kepada semua ketua pasukan dart bahagian Pedalaman Keningau sila hadir ke taklimat ketua-ketua pasukan pada hari Jumaat jam 9.00 pagi bertempat di Keningau Dart Center.Harap Maklum


Penyelaras Teknik Pertandingan Dart MSKPPM Bahagian Pedalaman Keningau. Kepada semua darters (Guru-Guru Bhg Pedalaman Keningau) sila baca makluman pertandingan dart di BAWAH. Terima Kasih.




Logo Malaysian Dart Federation

Latihan Piano

Barisan depan - Kanan

Barisan depan - Kanan
May dan Hennrita

Shikin dan Fatiha

Azila dan Esther

Haryanti da Athira

Ain dan Afiza

Effa dan Fiza

Hilary dan Azuan

Lawrence dan Adrian

Khai dan Asyraf

Nelson dan Beto


Lina, Cela dan Dila

Barisan Tengah

Barisan Tengah
Nabil dan Azree

Barisan Depan - Kiri

Barisan Depan - Kiri
Adli dan Afiq

6 Intelek

6 Intelek
Adik Esther dan Nur Azila

BM Kertas 2 Bahagian B

BM Kertas 2 Bahagian B
Contoh karangan yang terbaik daripada tulisan adik Esther...

6 Intelek

6 Intelek
Adik Afiq, Silveezly dan Adli...bibiran...

6 Intelek

6 Intelek
Kumpulan Pandai-Pandai Lelaki...he he he ehemmmmm

6 Intelek

6 Intelek
Kumpulan Pengawas kunun....

Backdrop Festival Bakat Prasekolah 2009

Backdrop Festival Bakat Prasekolah 2009

Pegawai Perasmi

Pegawai Perasmi
Pn.Betty Leong telah mewakili Pegawai Pelajaran Daerah Keningau untuk merasmikan Festival Bakat Prasekolah Peringkat Daerah Keningau.

Penyampaian Cenderahati

Penyampaian Cenderahati
En.Michael Rajimin sedang menerima cenderahati daripada Guru Besar SK.Kg.Biah En.Martin Limar.

Barisan Hakim

Barisan Hakim
Pn.Pauline Guntabid, En.Albert Mark Maguring, En.Johnny Guntabid dan En.Michael Rajimin telah dilantik menjadi hakim Festival Bakat Prasekolah bagi kategori Nyanyian dan Gerakan. En.Albert Mark Maguring telah dilantik sebagai Ketua Hakim. Beliau bertugas di IPGM Kampus Keningau.

Barisan Guru Besar

Barisan Guru Besar
Sebahagian daripada Guru Besar yang hadir ke majlis Festival Bakat Prasekolah Daerah Keningau

Pengacara Majlis

Pengacara Majlis

Perhimpunan Unit Beruniform

Perhimpunan Unit Beruniform
Guru Besar SK.Tuarid Taud mengambil gambar kenangan bersama dengan Guru Praktikum KPLI

Aktiviti Persatuan Bahasa Malaysia yang dikendalikan oleh Cikgu Mas dan Cikgu Az

Cikgu Santi

Cikgu Dayang

Cikgu Lansu

Persatuan Pengakap SK.Tuarid Taud

Persatuan Pengakap SK.Tuarid Taud
Gambar kenangan bersama dengan peserta pengakap yang telah menyertai perkhemahan pengakap di SRJK.Yuk Yin bersama dengan sijil penyertaan.

Penolong Kanan Ko-Kurikulum sedang menyampaikan sijil kepada salah satu peserta yang telah mengikuti perkhemahan Pengakap di SRJK.Yuk Yin baru-baru ini.

Cikgu Asri Ismail(PK 1), Cikgu Severinus(Guru Kaunseling), Cikgu Dzulkifli P.Ating(Guru Disiplin) dan Cikgu Fred Vincent Marukau(GB)

Latihan Dart

Kursus Muzik Gamelan Di Dewan Kuliah IPGM Kampus Keningau(23 hingga 24 Jun 2009)


Ingin belajar piano..? Lihat Youtube ini....

Upacara Pemotongan Kek Hari Guru

Sajak Adik Maychela