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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 Introduction

2.0 Management

2.1 School Organizational Chart

2.2 The Roles of Teachers

2.3 Staff Development

2.4 Parents-Teachers Association

3.0 Infrastructure

3.1 School Facilities

4.0 Curriculum

4.1 Implementation of the Curriculum

4.2 Implementation of the Co-curriculum

4.3 Teaching Observation

5.0 Conclusion

6.0 Appendix
1.0 INTRODUCTION

Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Seksyen 24 is located at Jalan Cili Bunga


24/2, 40200 Shah Alam. The location of the school is very strategic as it is situated in
the middle of housing areas of section 24 also near with section 17 and 18. Most
probably, it is also chosen to indicate the school’s address to other people easily.

Vision of the school


Upgrading education, generating strong and high-quality individual who upholds to
the mission of school and forward to be the cluster school.

The school motto


• Knowledge

• Positive attitude

• Good mission

The mission of the school


Moving towards achieving higher standard of education through effective ways, to
produce successful students, academically, emotionally and spiritually.

The school declaration


All the members of SMK Seksyen 24 (2) are aiming to:
• To educate and develop the students potential for optimum academic
achievement

• To get every student actively involved in co-curricular activities

• To develop and generate an individual with higher self concept who are
balanced intellectually, spiritually, emotionally and physically

• To prepare efficient and warm services to those who are in needs

THE ROLES OF TEACHERS


Below are the lists of positions including the duty of each position involved in the
school administration
Principle
The head of the school is known as principle. Principle will be in charge of all main
and important decisions regarding the school including matters on curriculum and co-
curriculum development, students’ affairs, staff development and also other important
matters related to the school.

Senior Assistant of Academic - PK Akademik


Senior assistant or better known as Guru Penolong Kanan (GPK) holds an important
position after the principle in the school’s administration. With the absence of school
principle, GPK plays an important role in handling the schools’ business. The role of
GPK also includes handling schools’ administration, curriculum development,
students’ affairs and also the physical well-being of the school.

Senior Assistant of students’ affair or PK HEM


Senior assistant of students’ affair or better known as PK HEM holds the third
position after the principle and GPK. PK HEM holds the important role in the absence
of principle and GPK in ruling the school. The responsibility of PK HEM basically
concerns the overall welfare of the students such as the students’ admission,
guidance and counseling, textbook borrowing scheme, scholarship approvals and
disciplinary record.

Senior Assistant of Co-curriculum or PK Ko-kurikulum


PK Ko-kurikulum is responsible in handling all aspects of co-curriculum that is in or
out of the school, school events, tournaments, sports and etc. PK Ko-kurikulum also
holds the responsibility in the supervision of the physical education, sports
development, uniformed bodies, clubs and societies.

Heads of Sector or Ketua Bidang


There are four heads of sectors or better known as Ketua Bidang in SMK Seksyen 24
(2). The four sectors involve are the language, science and mathematics, technical
and vocational and also humanities which include arts. Normally heads of sector will
be in charge of the academic development of their respective subjects in the school
of that particular year. Heads of sectors are the ones responsible in deciding and
planning the syllabus of each subject for every academic year. They will also
supervise the achievement record of each subject.

Heads of panels
Heads of panels are responsible in keeping an eye on the development of each
subject taught in school. Besides that, they are also responsible for the delegation of
the academic work to the teachers of each specific subject. The heads of panels will
also supervise the teaching and learning process carried out by the teacher of each
respective subject.

Sports Secretary
Sports secretary is not the same as PK ko-kurikulum. Sports secretary’s duty is only
to focus on sports events. They are in charge of the overall success of sports
activities within the schools. The main responsibility of sports secretary is to plan and
develop programs that would increase the performance of sports or games in the
school.

Classroom Teacher
Classroom teachers are those who are assigned to individual classroom. Basically
there are responsible in terms of the students’ behaviors, development and
management of the class. Apart from that, as we know classroom teachers also hold
the responsibility to collect school fees, attendance and other matters related.

Teachers
Teachers are responsible in educating students in their rightful areas. They are also
responsible in teaching students to fully understand and achieve good grades.
Teachers should portray good moral and behaviour so that teachers are able to be a
role model to the students. Teachers are professionals responsible to help students
in upgrading students’ achievement.

Others
In this school, there are also other positions held by other teachers such as
counselor, disciplinary teachers, media teacher, Islamic development coordinator,
resource centre coordinator, SPBT coordinator and also welfare coordinator. The
positions held by these teachers are somehow as important as other positions held
by other teachers.

PARENTS-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
Parents-Teachers Association (PTA) or better known as PIBG. is an association with
collaboration from students’ parents and teachers in school. The reason why PTA
exists is to assist school in terms of financial and moral support to the school
especially the students. Parents and teachers play an important role in students’
achievement and growing up. Besides that, school’s financial state also depends on
the PTA whereby the additional funding comes from the generosity of the students’
parents. PTA do organize some activities and functions such as prom arties for the
senior students, camping trips as well as social gathering to discuss matters related
to school and students.
It is an honor for me to be given a chance to be apart of the school even
though for 13 weeks to contribute my temporarily service as a trainee teacher.
2.0 MANAGEMENT

Under a great management team of SMK SEKSYEN 24(2), the school has
moving forward and leaded into a great success. Like any others schools, the head
of the school is the principle. The principle of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan
Seksyen 24 is Puan Hajah Mariam bt Husin . She is well known for her friendliness
and loving character, she was good in making relationship not only the teachers but
also the other staffs. This positive attitude is applied into the schools community
where the teachers and staff are very kind and helpful. A good organization cannot
work alone; therefore there are other supporting units that play an important role in
managing the school. The management of the SMK Section 24 (2) also consists of
the Penolong Kanan, PK HEM, PK Kokurikulum, Guru-Guru Ketua Bidang and the
rest of the school teachers that help the school in becoming a successful learning
institution. Not forgetting the supporting staff such as security guards, lab assistants
and clerical staff that also play a big role in the success of the schools management.
THE ROLES OF TEACHERS

Below are the lists of positions including the duty of each position involved in the
school administration.

2.2.1 Principle
The head of the school is known as principle. Principle will be in charge of all
main and important decisions regarding the school including matters on
curriculum and co-curriculum development, students’ affairs, staff development
and also other important matters related to the school.

2.2.2 Senior Assistants


Guru Penolong Kanan Akademik
Senior assistant or better known as Guru Penolong Kanan (GPK) holds an
important position after the principle in the school’s administration. With the
absence of school principle, GPK plays an important role in handling the
schools’ business. The role of GPK also includes handling schools’
administration, curriculum development, students’ affairs and also the physical
well-being of the school.

Senior Assistant of students’ affair or PK HEM


Senior assistant of students’ affair or better known as PK HEM holds the third
position after the principle and GPK. PK HEM holds the important role in the
absence of principle and GPK in ruling the school. The responsibility of PK HEM
basically concerns the overall welfare of the students such as the students’
admission, guidance and counselling, textbook borrowing scheme, scholarship
approvals and disciplinary record.

Senior Assistant of Co-curriculum or PK Ko-kurikulum


PK Ko-kurikulum is responsible in handling all aspects of co-curriculum that is
in or out of the school, school events, tournaments, sports and etc. PK Ko-
kurikulum also holds the responsibility in the supervision of the physical
education, sports development, uniformed bodies, clubs and societies.
2.2.3 Heads of Sector or Ketua Bidang
There are four heads of sectors or better known as Ketua Bidang in
SMK Seksyen 24 (2). The four sectors involve are the language, science and
mathematics, technical and vocational and also humanities which include
arts. Normally heads of sector will be in charge of the academic development
of their respective subjects in the school of that particular year. Heads of
sectors are the ones responsible in deciding and planning the syllabus of
each subject for every academic year. They will also supervise the
achievement record of each subject.

2.2.4 Heads of panels


Heads of panels are responsible in keeping an eye on the
development of each subject taught in school. Besides that, they are also
responsible for the delegation of the academic work to the teachers of each
specific subject. The heads of panels will also supervise the teaching and
learning process carried out by the teacher of each respective subject.

2.2.5 Examination Secretary


Examination secretary is responsible in preparing the examination
timetable and also the examination questions for each subject. Apart from
that, examination secretary is also responsible in assigning teachers to
invigilate the examinations.

2.2.6 Sports Secretary


Sports secretary is not the same as PK ko-kurikulum. Sports
secretary’s duty is only to focus on sports events. They are in charge of the
overall success of sports activities within the schools. The main responsibility
of sports secretary is to plan and develop programs that would increase the
performance of sports or games in the school.
2.2.7 Classroom Teacher
Classroom teachers are those who are assigned to individual
classroom. Basically there are responsible in terms of the students’
behaviors, development and management of the class. Apart from that, as we
know classroom teachers also hold the responsibility to collect school fees,
attendance and other matters related.

2.2.8 Teachers
Teachers are responsible in educating students in their rightful areas.
They are also responsible in teaching students to fully understand and
achieve good grades. Teachers should portray good moral and behaviour so
that teachers are able to be a role model to the students. Teachers are
professionals responsible to help students in upgrading students’
achievement.

2.2.9 Others
In this school, there are also other positions held by other teachers
such as counselor, disciplinary teachers, media teacher, Islamic development
coordinator, resource centre coordinator, SPBT coordinator and also welfare
coordinator. The positions held by these teachers are somehow as important
as other positions held by other teachers.
2.3 PARENTS-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION

Parents-Teachers Association (PTA) or better known as PIBG. is an


association with collaboration from students’ parents and teachers in school. The
reason why PTA exists is to assist school in terms of financial and moral support to
the school especially the students. Parents and teachers play an important role in
students’ achievement and growing up. Besides that, school’s financial state also
depends on the PTA whereby the additional funding comes from the generosity of
the students’ parents. PTA do organize some activities and functions such as prom
arties for the senior students, camping trips as well as social gathering to discuss
matters related to school and students. But unfortunately, I was unable to provide the
organization chart of parents and teachers association here regarding on the
changes on the positions.
Here are some activities conduct by the association to help the school.

Activities by the Parent-Teachers Association

1. Parents-Teachers Association with the school year 2010

a. Gotong-royong to clean and decorate the school and class.

b. Aerobikthon Program 2010

c. Athletic championship day at the Penasonic Stadium

d. Teachers day

e. Excellent student award ceremony 2009/2010

f. Family program

g. Solat Hajat for the PMR and SPM Student.

2. Finance

a. Help in Gotong - royong

b. Co-curriculum school activities

c. Help in Unit Bimbingan and Counselling

d. Bought spike shoes for the sports day championship

g. Bought chair for the hall


h. Bought fan for the hall

i. Bought 200 chair and 100 table for student to use in class

k. Contribution to the student that passed away

l. Paid half of the SPM fee for the student that are not affordable.

m. Bought a new notice board


3.0 INFRASTRUCTURE
The school’s infrastructure is compatible with other schools around Shah
Alam. It is large and spacious, able to accumulate huge number of students as well
as providing students with learning equipment necessities and also resource rooms,
labs, library, workshops and also green house. As mentioned earlier, the school has
6 buildings; a canteen, green house, Block A, B, C, D as well as football field and
volleyball court. Both are situated at the back of school building and it is quite a large
field for a school.

3.1 SCHOOL FACILITIES


1. Library
The school library is also known as Pusat Sumber Sekolah or
School’s Resource Room. The library provides plenty of books, magazines,
reference books and many other types of books for students to read and
refer. In the library, students can also study by having their own privacy in a
secluded room provided. The school library is open from 7.45a.m till 4p.m
everyday on schools days. Librarians are the ones responsible taking care of
the library with the help of media teachers.

2. Science Labs
There are only 2 science labs in this school which are divided into
chemistry labs, physics labs and biology laboratories. The laboratories are not
really equipped since it was new.

3. Computer Room
The computer room in SMK Seksyen 24 (2) is still brand new and well
equipped with fully usable computers for students and teachers. Teachers
can also use the computer room to carry out their lesson that uses projectors,
LCD and any other multimedia facilities.

4. Workshops
There are 6 workshops that can be found in the school which are
electronic, pipe, engineering technology and agriculture. The workshops in
this school are situated in the building. These workshops are mainly for
students who take Living Skills and Vocational Streams. Apart from that, there
are also a sewing room, cooking room and self-management room to facilitate
students’s learning.
5. Sports Facilities
Sports facilities in this school are kept in a sport facilities room. The

sports equipment available are balls, sporting gears, nets, racquets and keys

to open up courts. There are also a number sports facilities that can be found

around the school area such as football field, and a hall where students can

spend their time playing ping-pong, badminton and others. The school also

has a gymnasium for the students to use.

6. Other Facilities
Other facilities that can be found in this school is staffroom for

teachers, surau, counselling room, SAL, Bilik Bantuan Mengajar and APD

room where all the electrical media are stored. For the teachers’ convenience,

the school provides a nursery especially for the children of the teachers and

staffs. There are 2 kinds of KOOP; bookshop and small shop selling

refreshment.
4.0 CURRICULUM

4. 1 CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION

The school’s curriculum is basically based on the syllabus planned by the

Curriculum Development Centre. However, the implementation of the curriculum is

decided by the head of sectors for each subject. The curriculum is presented in the

form of scheme of work for teachers to refer. The timetable for students and

teachers are is also decided and determined by the head of panels.

Time Table

The school has a committee that is in charge of the time table for the

teachers and their duty. Their jobs are to legislate, compose and arrange all the

time tables and subject for the teachers. Puan Munaliza is responsible to arrange

the timetable. The time table for this school starts at 7.30a.m until 2.30p.m

beginning from Monday to wednesday. However on Thursday the class will finish at

1.50 p.m. because the teachers meeting will be held at 2.00.m to 3.00 p.m every

Thursday. On Friday it is a bit different like other days because the male students

will have to go for Friday prayer, so the school finishes at 12.30 p.m.

However for the relief time table, the teacher responsible is Puan Norhaliza

Bt Harun.

Syllabus

Every subject has their own syllabus which is planned and organized by the

head of each sectors. The syllabus that is used follows the yearly plan constructed

by the Ministry of Education. All the heads of sectors are responsible to guide the

heads of panels on their syllabus. Then the head panel will then guide the

teachers to ensure that the teaching and learning process is conducted according

to plan.
4.2 CO-CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION

Implementation of the Co-Curiculum.

The teacher responsible for the co-curriculum is Pn. Putri Roslawati Bt

Hashim who is the Senior Assistants.

Sports and Games

In this school there are 8 types of sports and games; soccer, badminton,

sepak takraw, Hockey, netball, handball, ping-pong, petaque and athletics. Their

annual sports day was held around March.

Club, Societies and Uniform Units

It is compulsory for every secondary school students to be involved with the Co-

Curriculum. They have to join a uniform body, club and societies. There are 14 clubs,

11 societies and 8 uniform bodies.

The 12 clubs are Kelab Rakan PSS, Entrepreneur Club, SLAD and

PROSTAR, Kelab Kebudayaan, Kelab Pencegahan Jenayah, Kelab Pembimbing

Rakan Sebaya, Kelab Kejuruteraan, SPBT Club, History Club, ICT club and also

Recycle Club .

Apart from that, there are 11 societies consisting of Bahasa Melayu, English,

History, Mathematics and Science, Islamic Education, Creative Art, Tamil and

Chinese Language, Agriculture, Landscape and also ERT.

There are 8 Uniform bodies offered in this school; Scout, Kadet Remaja

Sekolah, Pergerakan Puteri Islam, Persatuan Bulan Sabit Merah, Kadet Polis, Kadet

Bomba, Seni Silat and Taekwando.

Every clubs, societies and Uniform bodies have 1 to 3 numbers of teachers

as their advisor. Every students needs to pay RM 2 for the annual fee.
4.3 TEACHING OBSERVATION

My SOP week started on 21st of Jun till 27th of Jun 2010. During the

SOP week, I was introduced to the school organization and also to my

mentor, Pn Low Ai Song. I’ll be taking over 11 PJK classes throughout my

practicum weeks. I only went to observe 4 Intan on the 24th of Jun which was

on Thursday. I was introduced by my mentor also PJK teacher for that class,

Pn Low Ai Song to the students. Then I sat at the back of the class to watch

her teaching. On that day, he did nothing much but only recap the previous

lesson on the health component. The students seemed responsive but

sometimes they seem aggressive. Pn Low Ai Song doesn’t seem to have

much trouble with the class because the students like her and also she is took

as a positive motivator. Pn Low Ai Song shared with me on the ways to get

the students attention and also stated some names that may cause a little

mischief in the class. Apart from that, he also gave me a few tips on how to

control and manage a classroom and how to handle certain problems that

may occur. I was also informed on the types of punishment that could be

executed due to disciplinary problems in the class. Overall, the teaching

observation went very well. At least I know what to expect from the students

when I start to take over the class and be well prepared to face any

consequences at my back.
UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY MARA
SHAH ALAM

Faculty of Education

SCHOOL ORIENTATION PROGRAMME REPORT

SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN SEKSYEN 24 (2), SHAH ALAM

Prepared for:
Encik Azlan Bin Ahmad Kamal

Prepared by:

Lily Anyie Anak Ganya


2006131671
ED 226

S.O.P Duration: 21st Jun 20010 – 27th Jun 2010