98 Ft. was honoured to be part of the launch of CLIC@Sentul Raya (Kuala Lumpur) made possible with our K.L education partner Brain Bytes.

 

CLIC@Sentul Raya is a collaboration between Sentul Raya Sdn Bhd (SRSB), Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and the Education Ministry.

As part of the carnival kick off, the audience at the stories session launch was energised by 98 Ft.’s trainer MD Indera Tasripin as he took the children on a great journey of the imagination as they enacted scenes from DIARY OF YOUNG JUSTICE BAO for the. There was much energy and excitement in the ‘Family Tree’ activity led by Jimmy Leong from Brain Bytes; which got the audience to relate and write on their family relationships

They also completed various creative activities that expanded their awareness through different reading and communication strategies drawn from the story written by sci-fi and fantasy author Don Bosco of Super Cool Books.

The distinguished guests at the launch included YB Senator Dato’ Dr. Loga Bala Mohan; Secretary General, Ministry of Education Tan Sri Dr. Madinah Mohamad; Chairman of Sentul Raya Sdn Bhd Y.Bhg Dato’ Suleiman Abdul Manan; Executive Director of YTL Foundation, Y.Bhg Datin Kathleen Yeoh; and FrogAsia’s Managing Director, Yeoh Pei Lou.

About 5,400 underprivileged families and more than 25,000 students from 34 participating schools in the neighbourhood are expected to benefit from the RM2 million multimedia centre.

Thanks to Frog Asia and our education partner Brain Bytes in Malaysia, students and teachers from around Sentul (KL) can expect to explore the thrilling story world of  DIARY OF YOUNG JUSTICE BAO throughout the months of September and October.

For more info on the upcoming workshops on Justice Bao at CLIC@Sentul Raya or workshops for your schools, contact Brain Bytes at: info@brainbytes.org.

Read more on the event: http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Community/2014/08/26/RM2mil-learning-centre-to-cliC-with-Sentul-community/

All photos courtesy of Brain Bytes