All the best for UPSR 2016, kids!

Special dedication to our dearest kids from Class of 2010 (Alif Ceria’s first batch of graduates!) who will be sitting for UPSR today…
To: Adam Muhriz, Amin Yusof, Daniel Haqeemy, Muhammad Basyir, Muhammad Danish Johari, Muhammad Danish Azman, Muhammad Izzad Ashraf, Iman Balqis, Nur Hamizah, Nurfahda Farisha, Nurul Farzana, Adi Muhammad Irfan, Ahmad Firdaus, Harith Azfar, Mohamad Alimi Lutfi, Muhammad Danial Shafwan, Muhammad Faris Syazwan, Muhammad Nabil Adha, Muhammad Syamil, Aisya Ariana, Hanna Jasmine, Nur Najwa Asyilah & Nur Syahirah

Presint 14 Class of 2010


Presint 18R13 CLass of 2010

Today you will sit for your USPR.. how time flies, MasyaAllah.. We know how hard you have worked, but there is something very important you must know.
The UPSR do not assess all of what makes you special and unique. The people who create these tests and score them do not know each of you like we do, and certainly not the way your families do.
They do not know that some of you speak two languages, or that you love to sing or draw. They have not seen your natural talent for dancing. They do not know that your friends count on you to be there for them, that your laughter can brighten the darkest day, or that your face turns red when you feel shy. They do not know that you participate in sports, wonder about the future, or sometimes you help with your little brother or little sister after school. They do not know that you are kind, trustworthy, and thoughtful… and every day you try your very best.
The scores you will get from these exams will tell you something, but they will not tell you everything. These exams do not define you. There are many ways of being smart. YOU are smart! You are enough! So, in the midst of all of these exams, remember that there is no way to “test” all of the amazing and awesome things that make you, YOU.
Just do your personal best, do not give up and let Allah do the rest! You have been working for this since Kindergarten and are ready! We believe in you..
All the best kids, you can do it, InsyaAllah!
Much love from Teacher Ima & Teacher Liz xox
Credit: Edited from original letter written by a teacher from Indiana who wrote this awesome letter to her students.