The following year I was in Standard 2A. I can't remember who my class teacher was. I do remember Cik Gu Asmah. Then there's Miss Lau. She lived in the government quarters up on the top of the hill. My friends Aziah, Rozita, Rihanum, Mahizah and I used to go to her house where we used to dance a go go.
I think Miss Lau taught arithmetic because I remember one day Cik Gu Salahuddin came down to our class to correct Miss Lau in teaching addition.
Miss Lau was kinda pretty and a very nice teacher. We all loved her. We also used to gossip about her and Mr Lau, not her husband though they had the same surname.. He was kinda handsome and we kinda thought that the two were made for each other.
Such beautiful memories of these two.
Unfortunately, my memory of Cik Gu Asmah isn't that wonderful. She often pinched my tummy as a punishment for being very talkative in class.
My class for Standard 3 was on top of the hill. The class teacher was Cik Gu Abas. Can't remember what he taught though.
Standard 4 was at the far end of the bottom of the hill. The class teacher was Cik Gu Hanif.
Can't remember what Cik Gu Hanif taught. But I do remember being punished by him for always not being able to answer his questions.
Another teacher who I was often a victim of was Cik Gu Aishah. She taught Arithmetic. I usually couldn't answer her questions either......mental arithmetic....sigh! For punishment she would pinch my tummy.
There was this one teacher who was very kind to me. Cik Gu Shahidan. He let me resit for a test in Tawarikh (History) when I failed the previous attempt. The truth of the matter is I didn't even know there was ever a test in the first place!! I was too busy enjoying my childhood to bother about studying. I didn't even know what studyng was all about.
My class went back to the top of the hill for Standard 5. I can't remember who my class teacher was. The following year I was in Standard 6. I think the class teacher was Cik Gu Halim.
I can't remember what Cik Gu Halim taught either. Seems like I don't really remember much about learning during my years in the primary school. But I do remember having such wonderful times with my friends doing all sorts of things that children used to do for fun.