Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Cina) Chung Hua No. 5 is an urban school located in Kuching, Sarawak. The school is a tech-savvy school with smart boards and smart LED projectors in every classroom, sponsored by Chung Hua Board of Management No. 1 to No. 6. Since the school started using Frog in 2017, SJK(C) Chung Hua No. 5 has been active and consistent in utilising Frog in teaching and learning.

The success of Frog in the school is driven by highly motivated and supportive Headmistress Puan Chin Mui Ling and school committee members who are always coming up with creative ways to use Frog and to encourage students to utilise the platform in learning.


Frog is making a difference in Teaching & Learning

Student Engagement

Using Frog in teaching and learning is able to increase students level of interest and excitement in class to learn. Students are especially excited to use FrogPlay because of the fun interactive gaming elements. Due to positive response from students towards Frog, teachers are using Sites, creating quizzes and using FrogPlay to conduct lessons.


Frog is making a difference in Community Engagement

Parents are more connected with what is happening in school

The school has taken the initiative to conduct briefing and workshops for parents to introduce them to Frog. During these sessions, Headmistress Puan Chin Mui Ling shares about what is Frog and the importance of parents being involved in school. Parents are given login IDs and taught on how to access Frog to know more about their students performance and school activities.


Teachers come together as a community to inspire and support one another and students in 21st Century teaching and learning

The Headmistress also actively conducts in-house trainings with teachers to help them understand and utilise Frog better.

“The Frog VLE is an excellent platform for teaching and learning. FrogPlay is fun and interactive learning platform, and is able to encourage students to learn and apply what they learn.”

- Puan Chin Mui Ling, Headmistress.

Posted in Sarawak.