Incorporating agricultural education into the syllabus is an excellent way to introduce students to the importance of agriculture and its role in our daily lives.

With that, SJK (T) Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi has introduced agricultural education into their syllabus and emerged as a central part of the curriculum. Sounds ah-mazing nah?

This could be a very positive step towards promoting sustainable agriculture practices and creating awareness about the importance of agriculture in our daily lives.

What makes the programme even more interesting?

The seed-to-table concept has been implemented in the gardening programme. As the school is committed to its students by teaching them about the entire seed-to-table concept! This approach to education emphasizes the importance of understanding where our food comes from and how it is grown and harvested.

Touted to be a positive and enriching experience for the students, day by day, their harvesting programme turns out to be successful. From selling the vegetables to their parents - it shows a great way for the students to learn about the value of their products and the economics of supply and demand.

Besides, emphasizing the importance of having school gardens - it is also known as an excellent way to integrate agriculture and environmental education into the curriculum, promoting hands-on learning and fostering a sense of connection to the natural world.

A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; and above all, it teaches entire trust. - Gertrude Jekyll.

Indeed, a great example of how education can be utilised to promote sustainability, health, and community. And we are surely proud to have our Indian school teachers, parents are way too supportive in terms of bringing in agricultural education in the syllabus.

Source: SJKT Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi-RASMI