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Nilai murni yang diperolehi dari novel ini ialah bertanggungjawab, contohnya, Badri melaksanakan tugas sebagai pengawas sekolah dan sanggup berhadapan dengan pelbagai cabaran demi memastikan tugasnya dapat dilaksanakan walaupun diugut atau difitnah oleh musuh.
Nilai seterusnya ialah keberanian, dimana Badri begitu berani menyiasat aktiviti Meng Kong , Kumar, Shahrul sewaktu mereka berbincang di taman dan Badri berjaya mengalahkan mereka kerana dia mahir bersilat.
Nilai seterusnya ialah kesyukuran, contohnya Badri bersyukur masih ada rakan yang menyebelahinya walaupun dia difitnah.
Nilai seterusnya ialah setia kawan, contoh, Siew Mei dan Taufiq masih setia berkawan dengan Badri, walaupun Badri menghadapi tuduhan membawa telefon ke sekolah. Nilai seterusnya ialah kesabaran, di mana Badri sentiasa bersabar menghadapi cabaran sebagai pengawas sekolah walaupun terpaksa menghadapi pelbagai dugaan seperti diugut dan difitnah. Nilai seterusnya ialah sayang, iaitu Badri amat menyayangi keluarganya, sebab itu dia menumpukan perhatian kepada pelajaran dengan harapan dapat membahagiakan keluarganya. Akhir sekali nilaik kerjasama, di mana pengawas sekolah saling bekerja sama membantu pihak sekolah dalam membanteras salah laku di sekolah.
1 - Nilai Kasih Sayang
Badri tetap meneruskan hasrat untuk menceritakan perihal Shahrul kepada Nadira walaupun tahu Nadira tidak akan mempercayai. Hal ini demikian kerana Badri sayang akan masa depan Nadira.

2 - Nilai Ketabahan
Badri tetap dengan tugasnya sebagai pengawas walaupun berbagai-berbagai dugaan,cemuhan, ugutan dan tindakan yang dihadapi dengan tabah

3 - Nilai Kegigihan
Badri gigih berusaha sehingga memperoleh kecemerlangan dalam peperiksaan SPM

4 - Nilai Bertanggungjawab
Mak Siti…...

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