[PHOTOS] Kemaman Teacher Travels 21KM To Deliver Students' Homework Despite Heavy Rain

Cikgu Aniza was worried her students were having trouble learning during the CMCO.

Cover image via Wan Ridhuan Muhammad (Facebook)

On 13 November, a Facebook user named Wan Ridhuan Muhammad shared a post about his wife who visited 38 students to deliver learning material

According to the post, Noor Aniza Che Soh is a Bahasa Malaysia teacher in Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Kijal, Terengganu.

Aniza was worried that her students were unable to study properly due to the Conditional Movement Control Order and they might forget what was learned once school reopens.

Some of her students faced technical difficulties in attending her online classes due to poor Internet connectivity

To overcome this problem, both of them decided to personally deliver the learning modules to 38 of her students.

Aniza told mStar that they had to travel as far as 21km away from her home to hand over the modules.

They made seven stops throughout the journey. But on the first stop, it began to rain heavily.

"Every time she met her students, she would say: 'Don't forget to finish your homework, I'll come to pick it up afterwards'," Ridhuan wrote.

The couple left home around 2.30pm and returned at 6.15pm.

"Up until now, she is still smiling because her intentions were accomplished."

Thank you for your dedication and hard work, Cikgu Aniza!

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