Student Programme temporary

Parents make the decision to enroll their children in Seri Mulia Sarjana School not only because it is the best educational choice, but also because the school offers a supportive and secure environment where parents and educators can work as partners to promote the welfare of our children. The Board of Trustees and the faculty and staff of Seri Mulia Sarjana School join parents in wanting our children to learn and practice the values of courtesy, honesty, respect for others and a strong work ethic.

Seri Mulia Sarjana School believes that parents are the primary educators of their children. We work together to enable each child to reach his/her fullest potential paralleled with mutual respect and support. Our aim is to provide each child with a strong academic foundation that promotes cooperation, higher-level thinking, problem solving skills and lifelong learning.

Our Co-Curricular Activity (CCA) programme offers students an out of the classroom experience that gives them the opportunity to apply the learned principles and values in real life experiences.

These activities encourage essential skill-building opportunities – such as professional, leadership and life skills among the students. The array of programmes is led by enthusiastic and proficient teachers who challenge each and every student to flourish.


Offered as an itegrated curriculum with IPC, to enhance skills in arts and craft, dance, speech and drama.


Arts and Craft

This class aims to develop the student’s artistic skills. It provides an opportunity for hands-on creation that develops their motor and hand-eye coordination skills.

Dance for Fun

Students will learn movement patterns, balance and fundamental dance routines in this class. They can either dance alone, in pairs or in small groups.

Speech and Drama

Speech and Drama provides activities that will help develop the student’s self confidence and communication skills. This class will also develop the child’s creativity through role playing, acting/miming and improvisation.The class combines speech, singing and acting; they also learn basic dance steps.


Offered as a separate subject within the curriuculm schedule.

Arts and Craft

Have fun while learning art from the basics of lines, patterns and forms to the different shapes and colours.  This class will help improve children’s skills with the techniques and styles of sketching, painting, and many more.  Let them learn to appreciate the things around and experience the importance of arts in their everyday lives. In advanced Practical Arts, students will learn woorworking or needlework, that serves as utilitarian purpose.

Performing Arts

  • Malay Dance
    Brunei dance is a part of Brunei-Society and Culture, it has a wide variety of folk music and native dance forms such as “Alus Jua Dendang”, “Aduk-Aduk”, “Zapin”.
  • Wushu
    This class teaches all styles of Chinese martial arts. It is practised for its method of achieving health, self-defence skills, mental discipline, recreational pursuit and competition.
  • Speech and Drama
    These classes allow students to explore and experience the magic of theatre through public speaking, acting, storytelling and dramatics. Getting involved in performing arts, or encouraging children to take dance classes or drama lessons will open their doors to social involvement and boosts self-confidence and enables children to make new friends more easily. It provides an artistic and creative outlet for children. Students will learn how to act, sing, dance and develop their self confidence. The advanced drama provides as opportunity to learn different acting techniques using the U.K Trinity College syllabus. Members are given the option to sit for Trinity Drama exams.

Cultural Class

Malay, Chinese, and Indian Cultural Classes

These classes encourage appreciation of the Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures. Appreciation is done through learning  different cultural cuisines, arts, dances, songs, games, customs and traditions.

Music & Vocal Club

Students will learn different vocal techniques while singing some great rock and pop songs.  This class also prepares students for the Rock & Pop vocal examination from Trinity College London, UK a leading international exam board. Their reputation rests on their continuing ability to provide respected qualification in music, drama, dance, communication skills and the English language.

Sports Class

Sports class is designed for young athletes where fundamental skills of basketball, netball and futsall are taught including rules of the games. The Sports classes help develop the child’s self-esteem and promote physical fitness and camaraderie at an early age. It is also a training ground for students to eventually be part of the prestigious school team.

Cooking and Baking, Board Games, Uniformed Clubs

  • Cooking and Baking
    This class helps the students to be knowledgeable and self-reliant in simple but essential things in home making such as cooking and baking.  Additional topics include proper table setting and kitchen management.  They will also be exposed to commercial cooking through various site visits and hands on training in actual venues.
  • Board Games
    The primary aim of this class is to organise dynamic and competitive teams for both boys and girls who will represent the school in the Brunei Inter-school Chess Tournament and other in-campus or off-campus commitments.  The class will train and teach students the basic moves of the different ranks or pieces in the game, enhance their individual skills, and write chess notation.
  • Scout
    This class promotes character building and foster citizenship in terms of the duties, obligations, privileges, and functions of a citizen. It also  promotes fitness and develop the leadership and teamwork skills.

Drum Band

This class provides an opportunity for students to learn and try the different percussion instruments.

Music Ensemble

The class provides an outlet for creativity and enhances the skills in playing different musical instruments such Percussions, Wind instruments and Strings.

Athletics Club

Athletics Class is open to runners, jumpers and throwers of year 7 and year 8. Students will learn the basic techniques in athletic events.

Junior Techno Club

This class looks into new developments in technology particularly in Information Technology and other electronic gadgets.

Seri Mulia Sarjana School is committed to producing well-rounded individuals. Extra-Curricular Activity (ECA) classes are a variety of non-academic classes, providing educational and recreational activities conducted every Fridays offered to presently enrolled students. For most of these classes, admission is on a first come, first serve basis. Others may require a screening or audition. Termly material and grading fees apply.


All students are encouraged to take at least one (1) ECA class per year.   There is no limit to the number of ECA classes a student may take, provided that there is no conflict in class time.   However, it is the parent’s discretion to limit the child’s activities according to his/her available time and involvement capacity.


Enrollment to ECA Classes usually starts somewhere during the 1st Term. Forms will be given to students.



Learning to swim is great experience; it builds muscles and exercises the lungs at the same time. Being safe in water is a lifelong skill that every child should learn. Classes will be conducted by professional swimming coaches from Micia Swimming School.


Karate can also be described as a martial art, or fighting method, involving a variety of techniques, including blocks strikes, evasions, throws, and joint manipulations. Karate practice is divided into three aspects: Kihon (basics), kata (forms), and kumite (sparring). In order to be eligible for promotion/assessment (changing of belts), the student must register as member of the Brunei Shotokan association.


Silat is a collective word for indigenous martial arts from a geo-cultural area of Southeast Asia encompassing most of the Malay Archipelago originally developed in Indonesia, Peninsular Malaysia, South Thailand, and Singapore. It is also traditionally practised in Brunei, Vietnam and the southern Philippines. Classes will be handled by the Instructors from “Perguruan Silat Panca Sukma Negara Brunei Darussalam”.


This class is designed to give the student an understanding of basic guitar skills and technique as well as to prepare them for grade examination and performance.


The lessons include theory, reading notes and preparation for performance and grade examination. The school offers weekly private Piano lessons to beginner, intermediate, and advanced students.


Classes are conducted by professional teachers from Yippy Tunes Music School. Their curriculum is a unique formula, combining best practices from Yamaha method and Suzuki method.


In this club, the preschool students will be able to learn how to play the keyboard and violin, read notes and sing them, identify the sounds of different musical instruments in the keyboard and strings.Recital and grade examination is optional.


EMG is the first of two courses meant for preschool children. It is a course designed to nurture students through music learning and group interaction. The best age to learn music pitch and rhythm is at the age of 3-5 years old. Through EMG, children will discover a wonderful world of musical tones, alphabets, numbers and shapes through 7 musical friends. Each lesson is made up of 6 different activities: sing, learn, play, act, write and craft.


The EMF is a continuation of EMG. Music experiences contribute to the growth of a well-balanced child, developing his/her sensitivity, expressiveness, psychomotor skills and other essential proficiencies necessary for today’s world. It will be a great advantage for every child to be groomed to have perfect pitch awareness and the understanding of time signatures, musical notes on the piano, musical rests, hand-eye-leg coordination and simple Italian musical terms. Your child will also be able to identify up to 40 different instruments both visually and aurally. Students will have the following activities: singing, learning, thinking, playing, and writing.


Learning to swim is a great experience; it builds muscles and exercises the lungs at the same time. Survival in water is a lifelong skill that each child should learn at an early age. Classes are conducted by professional swimming coaches from Micia Swimming School.


It is a play aerobics and kid’s Hip-Hop class where simplified moves and rules will be taught by professional instructors. These programs are designed to develop your child’s self-esteem and promote physical fitness at an early age.


A play ballet conducted by professional ballet instructor. Students are taught of the basic ballet discipline in a fun and exciting way, it will also develop the child’s fine motor skills as well as their self-esteem.

The Secondary Section Student Societies offer students the chance to develop their interests, network and meet with likeminded peers. In these, students have the opportunity to develop their organisation, communicative and social skills to complement their academic curriculum. These societies are run by students with supervising teachers.

Cultural Society

  • Arabic and Islamic Culture Society
  • Chinese Culture Society
  • Filipino Culture Society
  • Warisan Budaya

The Cultural Society is for students whose interest is to study and and discover  the history, behaviours, beliefs, and the characteristics of a particular social or ethnic group. They will also learn the language, art and traditional songs and dances of the different cultures.

Performing Arts

  • Dance Synergy
  • Musical Ensemble
  • Drama and Theatre Club – Teatro Sarjana
  • Wushu and Lion Dance Troupe
  • Choir Club

The core objective of this society is to cultivate the student’s innate talent in singing, acting and dancing, it also contribute to the holistic development of the child. The activity provides an avenue to showcase the student’s talent and develop their self esteem.

Visual Arts

  • Arts and Craft Society
  • Press Club Journalism
  • Computer Society “Techno Club”

This society aims enhance the student’s skill in video editing, painting and writing, It also serve as an outlet to express themselves through arts.

Uniformed Society

  • Military Cadet
  • Red Crescent Society
  • Scouts

This society aims to develop the students’ leadership qualities and boost their self-confidence. It creates a sense of volunteerism, courage, camaraderie, teamwork among its members and other societies.

Academic Society

  • Archeology Society
  • Atomos Science Society
  • Book Club
  • Business Society
  • Mathematics Society

The Academic Societies are designed to provide opportunities for students to enhance their academic development through fun activities relative to academic subject. All students are  encouraged to share their ideas and discoveries that will help the members to understand and and enhance their learning.

Sports Society

  • Athletics Society
  • Swim Team

This society promotes and encourage sports and games among the students. It also serves as a training ground for students who would like to be a part of the Sarjanian elite pool of athletes.

The Guidance and Counselling Unit is established to help students cope with the daily challenges and concerns in life and the turmoil of adolescent year. The unit actively plays an important role in student welfare. Part of this programme is the formation of Student Prefects to provide opportunity for students to practice leadership skills, acquire the value of responsibility, and instil discipline. Student Prefects are chosen for each class at the beginning of the year. They are expected to assist the advisory class teachers in class attendance, maintaining order and discipline among their classmates. Leadership, teamwork and health and safety are given as part of their training.

This unit also helps  students decide which career path to take as they eventually join the future workforce, giving emphasis on the current needs of the society. It also offers supplementary education services to inform students of further educational opportunities and scholarships.