Monday, October 5, 2009

Good Luck PSR Students!

To all our PSR students,


Teachers & Staff of Sekolah Rendah Pengkalan Batu

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Selamat menyambut bulan ramadhan


Cepatnya masa berlalu pergi..

Bulan Ramadhan tiba lagi...

Syukur kerana dipertemukan lagi dengan bulan yang mulia ini...

Salam ramadhan buat semua...

Semoga ramadhan kali ini membawa seribu keberkatan dalam hidup kita semua...

Selamat menunaikan ibadah puasa.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Peraduan Mari Bercerita Peringkat Negara Tahun 2009


Hafizuddin bin Danny dari murid Tahun 5A telah mengharumkan nama sekolah kita dalam Peraduan Mari Bercerita Peringkat Negara Tahun 2009. Hafizuddin telah berjaya mendapat tempat kedua dalam peraduan tersebut.

Tahniah sekali lagi dari semua warga sekolah. Semoga di tahun hadapan sekolah kita akan berjaya lagi.

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Seven Teachers Birthday Celebration!

This birthday celebration is for teachers whose birthdays falls on the month of June, July, August and December.

The birthday teachers are Cikgu Masni, Cikgu Noorhayati, Cikgu Nani, Cikgu Jarinah, Cikgu Diana, Cikgu Ak. Baharu and Cikgu Pg. Shahrimie.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Bengkel Perisian Flip Album

Bengkel Perisian Flip Album ini di kendalikan oleh Cikgu Hjh. Marziah binti Ahmad untuk guru-guru di Sekolah Rendah Pengkalan Batu, Brunei IV.
Bengkel diadakan pada 12hb Ogos, 2009 pada hari Rabu petang.

Pemeriksaan Kesihatan

Pemeriksaan Kesihatan untuk murid-murid dari Tahun 1 hingga 6.

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Majlis Perpisahan Guru Berpindah

Majlis Perpisahan ini adalah untuk Ustazah Julirene binti Hj. Puasa dan Cikgu Latifah binti Hj. Mat Zahari.
Majlis ini diadakan pada 4hb Ogos, 2009 di Restaurant Aneka Rasa, Kiulap.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Staff Development on Mental Computation Test

Staff development on Mental Computation Test by Cikgu Rosasimah binti Hj. Awg. Salleh.
It was held on 29th July, 2009

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Staff Development on Cuci Tangan Pakai Sabun

Staff development on Cuci Tangan Pakai Sabun
by Cikgu Nani Azrina binti Hj. Mayassin and Cikgu Diana binti Othman.

It was held on 29th Julai, 2009.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Aktiviti Sebelum Cuti Penggal Ke-dua


Aktiviti Senaman

Aktiviti Mewarna untuk Murid Rendah Bawah

Aktiviti Melukis untuk Murid Rendah Atas

Majlis Perpisahan untuk Teaching Assistant, Norizah Hj. Rasid

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Happy Father's Day to all our Fathers!

On this day the world is celebrating,
The special man to whom it's dedicating,
A day for praising and appreciating,
A day for loving and commemorating.

Our dear father,
I too would like to give you praise,
Though a day of celebration,
Is never enough to compensate,
Is never enough to appreciate,
Is never enough to congratulate,
The man who's life to me still dedicate.

I really feel so lucky to have you as my dad,
Even though I am no longer that cuddly little girl.
For what I have become today, I owe it all to you,
Treasured memories in my life I have, are all because of you.

I only wish I still make you feel proud,
I try my best to never let you down.
Not only on this day, but all the year around,
I wish for you the very best to never let you down.

So just relax and enjoy your day,
Take a deep breath and celebrate,
A toast to you and to all your great deeds,
May God bless you and in His care keeps.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Trip to The Empire Hotel

This school trip was organized by Cikgu Noorhayati and Cikgu Dk. Irni.
Participating Teachers are Cikgu Ak. Baharu Zaman, Cikgu Masni, Cikgu Zuraida and Cikgu Rosasimah. And the pupils are from Year 4A, 4B, 5A and 5B.
It was held on Tuesday, 9th June, 2009.
This trip was organized for the pupils as one of the school activities after school examination.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

What is H1N1?

In recent weeks, cases of swine flu in countries including Mexico, the United States, Canada, Spain, and New Zealand have sparked international headlines and concern about the possibility of a pandemic, the worldwide spread of a disease affecting a large number of people.

But whether swine flu becomes labeled a pandemic or not, there’s no evidence in the United States or countries outside of Mexico that it’s any worse — or more dangerous — than the common seasonal flu.

So there’s no reason to panic. But it is smart to take precautions, like washing your hands often. To put things in perspective, here are some important facts about what’s going on.

About Swine Flu

Swine flu is a contagious respiratory virus that affects pigs year-round. The virus making headlines right now is a new strain of the swine flu, which is an influenza type A (H1N1) virus. This strain contains a combination of different flu viruses that affect pigs, birds, and humans. Because of the human component of the virus, it can spread from person-to-person more easily.

Since this is a new strain of flu virus, people who had a flu shot this past winter probably won't be protected against swine flu. However, the virus does appear to respond to treatment with some of the same medicines used to treat common seasonal flu.

How It's Spread

Swine flu spreads in the same way that other flu viruses do — through the air when a person who has the virus sneezes, coughs, or speaks. People can also catch the virus after touching an object that someone with the virus sneezed or coughed on. As with other flu viruses, people who have the virus can be contagious a day or so before their symptoms start, so they can pass it on before they even know they're sick.

You can't get swine flu from eating pork or pork products.

Who Is Especially at Risk?

As with other types of flu, kids with chronic medical conditions (like diabetes, heart disease, or asthma or other lung problems) can have more problems coping with the illness. They might get sicker and need more medical support; in some cases, hospitalization may be necessary.
Pregnant women who catch the flu also are more likely to get sicker. Having the flu can increase the risk for complications during pregnancy, labor, and delivery.
In infants, the flu can be life-threatening and requires immediate medical attention.

Signs and Symptoms

Symptoms of swine flu are similar to the common flu:
fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills, and fatigue, and sometimes diarrhea and vomiting. Swine flu also can cause pneumonia, which can make it hard to breathe.
Kids with any of these symptoms need immediate medical attention:

- fast breathing or trouble breathing

- bluish skin color

- not drinking enough fluids

- very sleepy or lethargic

- in babies, being so irritable they don't want to be held

- fever with a rash

- flu-like symptoms improve, then return with fever and a worse cough

If you think your child has the flu, call your doctor — particularly if you live in any of the states that have reported swine flu outbreaks. To help track a possible epidemic, doctors and scientists can find out if someone has swine flu by taking a swab sample from the person's nose and throat and sending it to a lab to be analyzed. Doctors won't know the results of this test for a few days.


Currently, no medicine is specifically developed to prevent or treat this new strain of swine flu, but it does appear that some of the antiviral medicines used to treat common seasonal flu may ease symptoms and shorten the duration of illness.

Kids without chronic health conditions usually tolerate infection with flu viruses fairly well. But if your child does have a chronic condition, like asthma, make sure to check with your doctor to help ensure the condition is under control.

Likewise, if you're pregnant and come down with flu symptoms or have been exposed to someone who has the flu, see a doctor right away.

You may need to take antiviral medications as a precaution for yourself and your baby.

These at-home tips can help most otherwise healthy kids cope with the flu:
- drink lots of fluids to prevent dehydration
- get plenty of sleep and take it easy
- take acetaminophen or ibuprofen to relieve fever and aches (but do not give aspirin unless your doctor instructs you to do so)
- wear layers, since the flu often makes them cold one minute and hot the next (wearing layers — like a T-shirt, sweatshirt, and robe — makes it easy to add or subtract clothes as needed)

Remember to call a doctor if your child seems to get better but then feels worse, develops a high fever, has any trouble breathing, or seems confused.


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Monday, May 18, 2009

Pertandingan PowerPoint Slide Keselamatan Jalan Raya

Pertandingan PowerPoint Slide Keselamatan Jalan Raya diadakan pada hari Sabtu, 16th Mei, 2009 bertempat SR Lumapas.

Wakil dari SR Pengkalan Batu

SR Pengkalan Batu mendapat tempat yang ke-empat.

Well done, girls! You have done your best!

Sunday, May 17, 2009

ASEAN Corner being Sabotaj?

We were caught by surprise to know that our ASEAN Corner were in a MESS!
This is what happen when you have MONKEYS at your school!