Friday, January 14, 2011

Indonesian School Kota Kinabalu (SIKK) to Be Built Soon

We're to have an Indonesian school in Kota Kinabalu very soon! This school will be built at a 1.5 hectares of land at Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park (KKIP), Sabah, Malaysia.

Bambang Indriyanto, the Secretary of Directorate General of Primary Education Ministry of National Education, explained during a press conference at the booth of Information and Media, Kemdiknas, Jakarta, Monday 10th January that the early stages of the building process will be for primary schools(SD) and junior high school (SMP).Why? Because the current SIKK's building is still renting and there are 40 primary school students with it.

“Power is expected to accommodate as many as 475 school students,” he added. In the future there will also be an openjunior high school, built by the Indonesian government.

Well, the more the merrier right? Welcome to Sabah Indonesia! I wonder how it is to school there...is it different than Malaysia's learning system?

Source from The President Post







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