By Sarah Zahid Level 9, EELC Trying to pile up the memories That are imprisoned somewhere in mind … The dust on the table, The footsteps left behind, The chess table silent and lonely, Flowers in the garden lose their fragrance, They seem to fade. Little angels laughing Killed long ago, Every street crying tears…

By Areej, Level 8 (English class) For the first time, an idea came to me in the month of Ramadan 2017 – to have an Eid celebration party in school. So I decided to ask my Principal for permission to organize the party. This idea came when I was really missing my relatives in Pakistan…

Thanks to the effort of the organiser, Hands Percussion Sdn Bhd, funds were raised to sponsor tickets for 1000 refugee children to watch a unique percussion concert at Lambang Sari, Istana Budaya in August 2017. Our students from ERLC and EELC were among the privileged ones who received complimentary tickets to this performance. Titled “Wind…

By Christine Teo Reflections of a teacher at ElShaddai E-Learning Centre What lies in the secret recess of the heart of a teenage refugee? How can one who has grown up in a stable and peaceful place fully comprehend the insecurities and frustrations that come with living life in limbo, coping with disrupted dreams and…

Touching Young Lives Through Arts

by Pin Lay, a volunteer from Singapore This is my fourth visit to the school and this time round, I decided that the students can try to paint using art paper instead of rice papers as it was difficult for them to process the rice papers the last time around. The three sessions were done…

by Pin Lay, a trainer and writer from Singapore It was a three days workshop (8 to 10 June 2017) to teach the students, ranging from 12 to 18 years old, how to apply critical thinking techniques and skills to problem solving. I found the students to be articulate, curious and forthcoming in the discussions…

An Enriching Experience with Children at ERLC

From 4th to 14th May, our team from Singapore, Sabrina, Jennifer, Bristan and Jozanne, visited ElShaddai Refugee Learning Centre to conduct tuition and remedial classes for the children. Our tuition classes were held on Saturday and Wednesday at Shalom 3 guest house. On Saturday, we did some writing practise and on Wednesday, we helped them…

The Sports Day was held on 5 May 2017 at Stadium Sultan Sulaiman, Klang. It started at 9 am with an opening prayer, and singing of the national anthem. The jamboree of events drew cheers from the pupils, parents and visitors who had thronged the stadium. The events included hoop race, passing the ball, sack…

Vaccination for Refugee Children

Over 30 thousand children, from new born to 17 years of age, are lacking access to safe vaccination care. The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is changing this statistic. IOM, through ElShaddai Centre, has helped provide 2 shots of MMR vaccine per child, to as many refugee children as they can reach. The ElShaddai Centre…

by Christine Teo, Principal, EELC “Education without values, as useful as it is, seems rather to make man a more clever devil.” – C. S. Lewis It is with this quote deeply ingrained within me that as an educator, I have always put more weight on values education. At ElShaddai E-Learning Centre (EELC), opportunities abound…

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