Thanks to the fundraising efforts from Rotary Club Butterworth, students and teachers from Sekolah Kebangsaan St. Mark Butterworth are now equipped with laptops and learning kits to learn electronics and coding using micro:bit!
Here are some amazing teachers we would like to highlight – replacing RAM during downtime! Thanks to our funders and with the support from JPNPP, we are able to work with teachers from over 90 schools to upgrade the RAM of netbooks in schools to ensure that students can have a better learning experience.
We are grateful for the support from Micron Malaysia that enabled over 35 students from 4 schools in Penang to be able to learn digitally. Yes, even as school reopen, there is still a widespread need for devices and connectivity as digital learning becomes more and more common.
In the first week of March 2021, GET 2021 was kickstarted with a virtual soft launch. Over 120 people were in attendance—54 female students who were shortlisted from 7 schools across Penang, over 60 female industry volunteers from engineering and technology background, industry supporters, as well as GET Core Team members. The event started off […]
Update: E-Learning Computer Initiative Shout out to all these dedicated teachers who helped us identify students in need and came all the way to PSC@Heritage to collect laptops to be distributed to students from their respective schools. We hope that these laptops will help enable more students learn at home during this difficult times.
Update: Project Lit Up In late 2020, Penang Science Cluster launched Project Lit Up and distributed over 200 tablets containing Kit Kit School app to children aged 4 to 6 years old from high need communities across Penang, Malaysia. The children came to the distribution session accompanied by parents who took precious time off work, […]
A Challenging 2020 2020 was a challenging year for most, Penang Science Cluster included. We have had to pivot, learn rapidly, and continuously search for alternative and innovative ways to engage students, reach out to the public and bring impact to the community. Thank you to all our partners, supporters and volunteers for being with […]
Project Tinker Box We distributed 100 Tinker Box to children aged 5 to 10 years old from communities across Penang. With the Tinker Box, they can now do some science activities and learn about the powers of science at home! Thank you to our partners in Padang Lalang, Permatang Pauh, Seri Delima, Bagan and House […]
Update: E-Learning Computer Initiative Once MCO was announced, Penang Science Cluster immediately reached out to teachers who signed up to borrow laptops for their Form 5 students to pick them up the next day. We are grateful to have teachers who responded immediately and went the distance for their students. Once again, we thank Federation of Malaysian […]