The Henry Gurney Schools (Malay: Sekolah Henry Gurney) are centres established in 1949 under Juvenile Courts Act 1947 [Act 90] to care for young offenders in Malaysia, and were known as High Moral Schools before 15 May 1950.[1][2]

Henry Gurney School
School emblem

List of Henry Gurney schools edit

  • Henry Gurney School, Telok Mas, Malacca (boys & girls)
  • Henry Gurney School, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah (all-girls)
  • Henry Gurney School, Keningau, Sabah (all-boys)
  • Henry Gurney School Puncak Borneo, Kuching, Sarawak (all-boys)
  • Henry Gurney School, Batu Gajah, Perak (all-girls)

Programs edit

The rehabilitation programmes in these centres are divided into four stages:

  • Orientation Programme
    • Induction
    • Orientation
    • Assessment
  • Strengthening Self-Personality Programme
    • Spiritual Module
    • Academic Module
    • Counselling Module
    • Sports and Recreation Module
  • Vocational Training
    • Sewing
    • Craft
    • Batik
    • Baking
  • Pre-release Programme

References edit

  1. ^ "shg.htm Archived 4 November 2013 at the Wayback Machine." Malaysian Prison Department. Retrieved 30 August 2015.
  2. ^ "Sekolah Henry Gurney".

External links edit