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- Their school is a bording school and ours isn’t.
- Boys and Girls are in seperate classes.
- They don’t have weekends. They only have Friday off.
- They have to wear sandals. They have sandal check ups twice a month and if they get caught not wearing sandals they have to do 10 push ups in the middle of the circle.
- The girls have to wear a jilbab from 6 ’til they die!
- They start school at 7:00 but get up at 5:00 to start their prays.
Ummul Guro’s school website!
A man called Saiful visited our classroom the other day. He’s from Indonesia. He told us some interesting facts about Indonesia and his life.
- There are 90 teachers at his school.
- He is a history teacher.
- There are around 30-40 students in each class.
- They eat rice for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- They have to wear sandals and if they aren’t wearing sandals they have to do 10 push ups in the middle of the circle.
- They wear white uniforms.
- There are 2000 students at their school.
- They have corn and rice farms.
We are getting a teacher from Indonesia-saiful Falah. He comes from MAS Ummul Quro, Bogor.
I would like to ask him……
- What is the biggest difference between Australia and Indonesia?
- How big are the classes in Indonesia?
- What was the hardest thing to leave behind?
- Is there any simularities between the 2 countries?
- What do you like about Australia?