Country Garden Pacificview Organizes “Pecutan Akhir UPSR 2015”
SKUDAI, 22nd August 2015 – Country Garden Pacificview Sdn Bhd (CGPV), the master developer for Forest City project successfully organized “Pecutan Akhir UPSR 2015” (2015 UPSR Final Spin) for its adopted primary schools at Al-Jazari Hall, Faculty of Bioscience and Medical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia today.
The programme’s objective is to assist students from five primary schools in Mukim Gelang Patah to prepare and achieve excellence in Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) examinations. In this program, CGPV organizing one-day workshop seminar for 115 students who will be sitting for UPSR next month. CGPV’s aim is to work closely with its adopted schools to create a strong academic foundation for the students to excel in their academic journey.
“The program is one of the initiatives undertaken by CGPV in helping to motivate the candidates of UPSR exams. It is one of our Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) activities under the CGPV Academic Excellence label,” said Hezrin Ali, Manager of
Corporate Communication & Media CGPV.
Under this program, the students will able to know the technics and tips how to answer the questions for four main subjects – Bahasa Malaysia, Science, Mathematics as well as English. Also a slot for motivational talks to motivate and inspire students
to achieve excellence.
115 students from CGPV’s adopted primary school pose for a group picture at the Pecutan Akhir UPSR 2015 workshop.
The primary school students pay attention during the Pecutan Akhir UPSR 2015 workshop organised by Country Garden Pacificview.
Country Garden Pacificview Refurbished Sekolah Kebangsaan Tanjung Kupang’s School Stage
Gelang Patah, 13 August 2015 – Country Garden Pacificview Sdn Bhd (CGPV), the master developer of Forest City project, proudly announced the enhanced outlook of the Sekolah Kebangsaan Tanjung Kupang school stage today.
Based on “need basis” as the main criterion, one of the Country Garden Pacificview adopted school, Sekolah Kebangsaan Tanjung Kupang to receive financial support and assistance for upgraded school stage for the student’s utilization.
“The building of the stage as well other facilities costs at RM20,000.00. The effort is one of our corporate social responsibilities,” said Hezrin Ali, Corporate Communication & Media Manager of CGPV.
“As a caring and responsible corporate citizen, CGPV has a responsibility not only to its employees, customers and investors, but also to the various communities in which CGPV operates in. CGPV’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy is focused on education and community building programmes and other community engagement efforts,” added Hezrin.
Sekolah Kebangsaan Tanjung Kupang senior assistant principle Normajidy Abdul Majid said the old stage, which was 10 years old, was in a deplorable condition as the plywood was damaged after it was infested with termites.
“We are thankful for the contribution as the pupils will now have a better learning environment,” added Normajidy.
Launching and gracing the event was CGPV Corporate Communication & Media Manager, Hezrin Ali yesterday handed over the stage, which came with marble flooring.
CGPV Corporate Communication and Media Manager, Hezrin Ali (left), hands over the plaque to SK Tanjung Kupang School representatives.
The school children of SK Tanjung Kupang with their new school stage, accompanied by Hezrin Ali (Center), Manager of Corporate Communications and Media at Country Garden Pacificview.
SK Tanjung Kupang’s new school stage, sponsored by Country Garden Pacificview as part of the Forest City developer’s CSR efforts.