A day in the life of Cikgu Suet

Hello I have a few minutes today since my lessons tomorrow are all planned, so thought I’d write a little here!

Before I continue, I just want to apologize for the lack of updates, and even if I do update it’s all about teaching. It’s just that: 1. teaching consumes my entire life now and 2. it doesn’t seem too appropriate for a teacher to be posting too many camwhore pictures etc (plus, surprise surprise I’m not that vain anymore!). So…sorry that I’m no longer the same silly and stupid sweatlee.com πŸ™

Anyway, I have a few pictures that I took over the weeks so I’m going to write about a day in my life as a teacher!

I wake up in the morning around 6.30 am and get ready for school (like a student hahah).

When I get to school (which is only a 2-minute walk away), I pack the materials for my classes immediately. My schedule is really packed everyday, I usually have back-to-back classes and if I’m lucky, 40 mins-1 hour between classes to photostat materials etc.

This is one of my form 1 classes! I’m actually not allowed to post pictures of my students since they’re under 18 (it’s apparently a law in Malaysia) so here’s one of their backs haha. I’m pretty sad that I can’t post their pictures because I’m planning to write some of their stories here with pictures for effect but guess I’ll blur their faces or something..

I hate making them copy questions from board cause it’s a waste of class time and I think it’s a lot more efficient if I could give them photocopied questions to answer. BUT we have to pay to photocopy and I’ve already spent more than RM100 so far for my 6 classes so.. πŸ™ Now I get why teachers make us copy the questions.

Actually, now that I’m a teacher, I totally get why teachers teach the way they do in Malaysia.

You have NO idea the stuff that we have to do. More than 50% of our time has to be devoted to a lot of other unnecessary administrative work and it’s so tiring to maintain our energy in all our classes. Sometimes I just want to be a teacher who asks students to copy notes and sits while they copy cause I have no energy at all! Thank god so far I’ve managed to remain super active but can you imagine how it’s like for a teacher who has been teaching for years? I don’t blame them for being worn out.

In the picture above, the seating arrangement is a little weird because I got so fed up of the kids complaining that they can’t see the board (it’s true, the board is terrible) so I dragged their tables to the front. The front kids were actually like 15cm from the board. Now they can’t complain anymore!

Ok continue. So I teach till around 2.40 pm and will finally get to sit. Sometimes I’ll eat my bun for breakfast/lunch but if I didn’t buy any then I’ll have to wait a little longer.

On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, there’ll be cocurriculum so we’ll have to stay in school till 4.30-5pm.

This was taken during our Merentas Desa activity last week. ALL the kids have to run 8km for that two days. I felt so bad for them cause they were already so tired from school and some of them didn’t even have time for lunch yet!

But it IS nice to run around the paddy fields πŸ™‚

I’d choose to run here over congested city roads anytime!

After running, they had to sit under the BLAZING HOT SUN to listen to some speech. Super kesian!!! I sat with them to know how it feels and seriously it was not fun at all. I think teachers should sit under the sun with the kids to know how they actually feel everytime during assembly.

This was taken yesterday during the house practice. We have a very nice big field πŸ™‚

Anyway! Around 5pm, I’ll go back to the staff room to pack my things. By then, I’d have been wayyy too tired for anything else and just want to shower and nap.

Then I would punch out and collect my mail. Got a postcard from Melissa! I have no idea which Melissa this is. Melissa Kong is that you???

I feel so loved!

When I get back home around 5.30ish, I’ll shower right away and die for a while on my bed. Lunch is out of the question, I just need some sleep.

Then I’ll wake up and cook dinner! We don’t have a fridge (cause we’re poor teachers) so I’ll eat whatever we have in the kitchen. Here’s an awesome meal of rice with omelet. Looks simple but it’s really good ok!

Sometimes I’m too tired to cook so I’ll eat outside. There’s a chinese restaurant, a mamak and a tom yam shop nearby.

Then I get back and mark my papers/homework and plan lessons for the next day. Planning takes a huge amount of time and if I don’t plan my lessons ahead, my classes will definitely not go well.

I go to bed around 12.30am every night because I cannot function without at least 6 hours of sleep!

On weekends, I’ll key in students’ homework marks etc in the tracker. We have to track each and every student’s progress, which is very hard if you have around 150 students :S I basically don’t have weekends at all..

That’s basically my life for the past one month that I’ve been a teacher!

Oh I also took plenty of photos last week cause for CNY, my dad and sister came back home! This is the first time in many years that we’re all together so it’s a momentous occassion!

Waiting for my sister and mother to finish their makeup at the photo studio. We were there to take our family photo! Can you see my brother and Peter (sis’ bf) sleeping at the back wtf

Yay family photo! Bad quality cause I sneakily took this picture from the computer.

I love my siblings! <3

Went back to Teluk Intan for Chinese New Year!!!!!!! So happy to be back and so happy to be getting my first angpau in 5 years!

Pete and my grandma downing shots together hahahhaa. My grandma is super hardcore ok!

With my cousin

Ok now I want to show you a picture, but you must promise to still love me after this.




So because we were so bored while visiting relatives (somemore some of them got no cookies in their houses how can!!!!), we had a “See who’s the ugliest competition”

Guess who won?

Me! wtf

Sigh such striking beauty

Chapped lips, big teeth, what more can you possibly want in a girl?

Anyway, *abrupt* we went to Singapore after that!


Walked until I wanted to die.

By the way, I lost some weight recently. Conclusion: be a teacher if you wanna lose weight! I’ve been trying to lose weight for an eternity but never did so I’m quite happy! But I’ve also been sick and have not been eating well, plus teachers have to move a lot.

Ok the end have to sleep now. I just want to take this opportunity to congratulate myself for successfully finishing my first month of school T________T *tears of joy

Things are definitely getting more difficult now. Kids are misbehaving more often now that they’re used to me, and my energy level has been quite low but everyday I see something that inspires me to be a better teacher.

Rakis, an orang asli kid from my most challenging class, came to me today and said “Cikgu, saya faham SEMUAAAA yang cikgu ajar dalam kelas!!!” (teacher, I understood everything you taught in class!) with a huge grin. He was so proud of himself for being able to answer the questions, and looking at his proud smile made me cry a little inside.

This small boy has failed all his subjects before this and has probably not understood much in class before. He cannot read and write, and yet he is so hardworking in my class. All the kids around him are so disruptive, but he has always paid full attention to me when I teach.Β I’m just so inspired by him.

When I was exiting the class, I saw him walk to another boy and said “Amirul, cikgu ajar senang nak faham kan? Saya faham SEMUAAAA hari ini!” (Amirul, it’s easy to understand what teacher taught right? I understood everythinggg!) with his huge cheeky grin.

I just wanted to hug him there and then and tell him I will do everything I can to make sure he will succeed. Rakis, you don’t know this, but you inspire me in so many ways to not give up and to be a better teacher.

p.s: very impressed with myself for writing this super long post hahah


  1. x says:

    glad you’re well and doing great teaching. just wanted to let you know what an inspiration you have been and still are.

    p.s. were you at universal studios on a friday (in a pink top)? i was quite certain she looked a whole lot like you but thought it unlikely because it was singapore and she looked rather sullen. must be the mega long queue for transformers πŸ˜‰

  2. Siah says:

    I love reading your posts! Thanks for sharing your teaching stories / journey with us! The things that you are doing on a daily basis is inspirational! Teruskan usaha anda Cikgu Suet!

  3. melissa kong says:

    harro suet! i’m glad the postcard got to you! (I really thought it might not make it because that’s happened to cards I’ve sent before) πŸ™‚ and that you like it! πŸ™‚ imma also send some good vibes from the UK πŸ˜€

  4. Felicia~ says:

    bravo!!! You have reached the one month mark! That is seriously a great feat πŸ˜‰

    Totally could understand the part where students start misbehaving after getting used to (the new teachers), so once in a while, you need to ‘berdrama’. Usually that works wonders and shakes them up a lil as they have never seen such a side of you. I did that once as I was fuming by their horrible attitude in class that one time, I kinda rebuked them really firmly, told them I was disappointed in them, and walked out of the class. They were so shocked and didn’t know what to do. They only knew that they had finally angered the nice teacher felicia, and the whole class came to look for me and apologised. From that day onwards, I never had any problems with that class anymore.

    I’m not proud that I walked out on that one class, but sometimes we need to show them that enough is enough, and they can’t take us for granted.

    Admin and clerical work sure suck, and are really pointless. But hang on there, you are doing pretty great yourself πŸ™‚ All the best!

  5. monkey says:

    i know how you feel, for the first year, you wanna do everything for the kids.. but when years go by.. seriously so worn out. your post has reflect my life as a teacher before, but im on a short break at the moment.. lesson plan every week can be really tiring as well. plus admin work as well.. the mountain of work a teacher is given.. and still everyone thinks this is the easiest job :/

    but good luck to you suet! all the best.

    a silent reader for a very long time .

  6. shao chin says:

    I’m currently a new teacher too. We are encountering the same problems….will ask those who kept on asking “How’s teaching life?How’s work?” to read your blog.haha:)

  7. amanda says:

    i just want to say, you’re an awesome teacher! keep up that enthusiasm girl! i hope your students will find time to come and read your blog. can improve their english wtf and they will know what an amazing teacher you are!

  8. kei says:

    i wish schools had more teachers like u! haha i remember in my school the teachers were rubbish. we could play football at the back and play charades cuz they never came. even if they did, it was pointless. had to learn everything ourselves anyway haih

  9. strawberry says:

    reading your post makes me realize my teachers were damn lazy in my school. they returned marked homework and assignments like 1 month later wan. we also always got self-study sessions where the teachers always disappeared halfway to dunno where wan. my maths male teacher and english female teacher even got time to fall in love and go park tall after school hours wan lor wtf

  10. Yin says:

    that’s why I super hate it when people said, “Being a teacher is easy.. work half day nia..” wtf~ Don’t give up Miss Suet! Every time I got frustrated with my students or workloads, I keep reminding myself why I wanna be a teacher in the first place.. and I’ll get back my spirit~ GAMBATEH!! πŸ™‚

  11. Po says:

    Hi SweatLee,

    I have been following your blog for sometime now. I have always wanted to say hi but had not enough courage to do so.

    It was until this post that I feel I must do this. I have to express a big Thank You to you on behalf of every malaysian. Thank you so much for doing this. Education is what matters to our next gen, and to make the country a better place. I salute u for the courage. Thank you Sweat lee.

    Po Ni

  12. Xyxy says:

    Reading ur blog on my mobile before I sleep. That small kid story made me cry. U might not know this but from what u have done ure an really inspiring. My mom is a primary sch teacher for 20 years. I hated those annoying kids but dats my mom’s duty to educate them from young. She said young education is really important to determine what kinda person he will be in the future. As long as u feel rich on the inside, don’t give up.

  13. ubikentang says:

    Have you thought of maybe setting up a Paypal on your blog to accept donations for your school photocopying? If folks donate even RM1-2 per pax, it could still be a big help to you.

    • Jamie from usa says:

      I agree! I’m a silent reader but commented before. You are doing something that most people would not be able to. You are truly inspirational and I would totally donate money to help you get supplies to your kids. Please consider a way for me to donate funds.

  14. ccr says:

    Hi Suet! You look so much like your mom πŸ™‚
    I have recently volunteered to teach kids at some sort of charity home. I finally understood how you struggle with kids who barely understand English and how challenging it is. Keep up the good work. TFM is indeed very inspiring. YAY for teacher Suet πŸ˜€

  15. sweatlee says:

    siah, thanks!

    ky, i can still be your teacher wtf

    melissa, thank you soooo much!!!

    natasha, awww thanks!

    bs, uncreative, aww i didn’t know it’s so emotional!

    ccc, im sure you can!

    loversville, thanks!

    susan, it was a tiring break but i am!

    felicia, hey! i do that sometimes but like no effect only πŸ™ i think have to try different strategies with the more challenging kids!

    monkey, yeah it’s very draining. thanks for reading!

    aud, dont emo wtf

    lydia, thanks! i will πŸ˜€

    shao chin, hahaha! good idea πŸ˜›

    yumii, thankiu!!!

    cat, thanks for reading πŸ˜€

    amanda, thanks! shah i hope they don’t find it though! can see all my pictures..

    michelle, not always….quite bad huh

    fiona, ya man i just found out!

    kucing, thanks!

    kei, shah most teachers are not that bad la! but true la some are..

    strawberry, hahah park tall wtf

    aa, thanks!

    rudy, aww πŸ™‚

    sharon, he’s a great boy πŸ˜€

    yin, it’s not easy man!!

    angle, ahhaha will post! i love u!!

    po, thank you for reading!!

    rakyat, i’m thankful that the government is working very well with a non profit like teach for malaysia! they’ve been supportive πŸ™‚

    xyxy, thanks, i’m glad u like the story!

    loversville, true πŸ™‚

    amy, i hope so too! thanks!

    ubikentang, haha! i want to but can’t la, cause how would people know the fund would go to the kids? although of course i would need help but it might seem unethical to use the kids as a way of procuring money…but i definitely would set up a fund amongst friends! pls contribute πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    jamie, email me? i don’t wanna ask for donation on my blog but i would love to get help with books etc, so maybe you could help get books and awesome stationery from the states!

    smalls, yes it’s super lousy blackboard!

    ccr, thanks so much!!

    zoo, i know, it’s a super rewarding experience!

  16. ana says:


    Thank you for making me believe that there’s good people in the world afterall. It’s so surprising (in a good way, of course) that an overseas graduate like urself would commit to this kids. You work so hard and get paid so little, yet you never complain and get more enthusiastic about ur job each day. I cannot even begin to express how inspiring you are. I used to work in a big four company and even though I did get paid quite well, I kept on complaining about the amount of work dat needs to be done everyday.

    Keep on working hard and do share ur stories. =)

  17. Jules says:

    This is the reason why I will never go into teaching, although I had been teaching for years privately. Even then I still hold a corporate job from Mon-Fri.

    Like you, I don’t have weekends. Don’t mind at all coz I am happy teaching honestly, teaching my way, and not being confined to rules from anybody.

    What about private schools? I can honest tell you it is the same. Only difference is lesser student in a class. But teachers are expected to handle extra curriculum and do marketing stuff for recruitment. The schools are being run as a business. Most of them cannot pay what I am getting for my day job.

    Our educational system is so wrong. Parents’ mindset also wrong. I wonder when are we ever going to improve?

  18. Roti Sunshine says:

    Dear Swet Lee,

    When I chose teaching as my new career in my late 40’s, I was thinking of the holidays! Boy, I didn’t know teaching was so difficult and demanding! In my first few months of teaching, even as a father of 3 seconadry school kids, I actually cried and wanted to give up! The workload was killing me and there was so much to do; planning lessons, teaching, marking, personalising the learning for special needs kids, staff meetings, parent-teacher meetings, disruptinv kids, injured kids, sports, trips, professional development, concerned parents, reports, assessments, new skills to learn and etcetera! The list goes onand on and on like the rabbit in the Duracell advertisement!

    But I didn’t give up and after 18 solid months, something just clicked and everything fell into their places.

    Our time of reward? 10 to 15 years later when our former charges come back to look for us and thank us (some came to say sorry)for teaching them. That’s satisfaction, althotgh delayed.

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