Findings and Discussions

We found out that concentration is greatly increased when there is cleanliness
and majority of our fellow students think that SST is clean enough for productive learning, which will eventually affect their results (in this case, positively ). A large percentage of these students have the initiative to go forward and pick up a litter they see on the ground, but all of these students claim that they would not litter in the school, which is a good thing and would benefit students’ learning, and it will decrease the cleaner’s workload as well, as the cleaners are old and we should be more  considerate towards them as their bodies are frail and aged . A lot of the students believe that some parts of SST are dirty because of students’ procrastination. These students presume that the cleaners will be the ones to clear off the litter in the school, which is not a good assumption. It shows that some students lack responsibility and self-discipline. From our results, we can safely state that everyone has a part to play and be responsible in keeping SST clean for the advantage of all students and staff of our school as a research has proved  students worldwide agree that cleanness is the fourth most important factor in affecting their studies .


When our group first looked at our survey's results, majority of SST’s students think that sst is not very dirty in terms of rubbish and trash, such as littered tissue papers, empty bottles and so on. Thus, we started to  discuss  and wonder if sst students  are observant enough, because when our group members walk around the school (places where student like to study at) to search for rubbish and trash littered around to have evidence,we did found trash like tissue paper, small piece of paper here and there and the plastic bag from the canteen and empty bottles scattered around and sometimes when the rubbish bin is too full,students don’t bother to find another dustbin to throw it. Instead,they will just throw their rubbish on top of the already full bin. This makes the rubbish easy to fall out from the bin and when the wind blows, it could land anywhere. However, when we read on more responses, majority of the students agree that they do find the black rubber from the field disgusting, annoying and irritating. We then realised that students are quite observant and  do find  sst actually do find sst “dirty” in terms of the black rubber being scattered in piles all over the school. This proves that students tend to look at the big picture. For example, since there are mostly black rubber scattered all over the school and lesser trash scattered in sst, students tend to focus their attention on the larger group and get influenced, thus thinking that sst isn’t dirty in terms of the trash being littered around.Also,when we read on more responses, all  the students who answered the survey replied that they do not litter ,most students agreed that  if they see others littering, they will go forward to stop them and tell them the correct way to dispose of the rubbish and most students said they will pick up rubbish they see. Looking at the responses, we concluded that if students are being taught by parents or teachers to be responsible for their actions have and moral values like knowing that littering is not very responsible and that everyone should play a part in ensuring that our school is clean, SST could actually be clean and visitors that visit sst have a good impression and most importantly, students can concentrate better and  fully maximise their potential to achieve better grades and results at the end of the day.

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