Bridge To Literacy​

Under a pilot project, underprivileged children from SJK (T) Saraswathy in Sungai Buloh are given extra classes by a team of volunteers to help them catch up with their studies. The extra classes in Bahasa Malaysia and English languages are held over the weekend. Students under the project mostly come from poor families who could not afford extra tuition. This project is set to be expanded to more schools in the future.

Operation of Free Tuition Programme

The Free Tuition Programme is opened to all students who accept our assistance and comply with our terms & conditions.

  1. Free Tuition Programme features Registration fee We have committed to ensure that our students are confident in becoming educated members of society. The token registration fee of RM1 serves to encourage the same commitment from our students.
  2. Tuition Classes The after school and evening classes will cover core subjects such as Bahasa Malaysia, English, Mathematic and Science. These classes will be conducted by experienced teachers and tutors to guide our students throughout the classes.

Terms and Conditions of Free Tuition Programme

  • Students must comply with all the rules and regulations of the tuition center. Students must pay registration fee of RM 1 to be admitted to the Free Tuition Programme.
  • The Free Tuition Programme is opened to all students from underprivileged families, however we have the discretion to waive this requirements.
  • Students shall be punctual for every lesson.
  • All homework given shall be submitted on time.
  • The Centre reserves the right to re-schedule any classes according to its discretion. Notice will be given to students and parents regarding any changes in date and time of the class.
  • Students who are ill and unable to attend classes must notify the centre as soon as possible.
  • The Centre must be notified at least 2 days in advance if the student is not attending tuition classes, otherwise this will be recorded as an occurrence of absenteeism.
  • During classes if a student is deemed to be unsatisfactory, or the student is absent for two consecutive lessons without notifying the Centre, the Centre reserves the right not to admit the student for any further classes.
  • Students risk being not admitted to further classes if they:
    o do not adhere to the laws of Malaysia.
    o become disruptive and a nuisance, in the opinion of the Centre, and is deemed detrimental to the well-being of other students, the staff or the Centre.
  • All students’ personal information and data provided here is confidential. Student’s personal data will only be used for communication between the Centre and the Student and his/her parents