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A career educator with over 30 years of experience teaching, advising and leading schools worldwide, Jarlath Madine now heads Beaconhouse Newlands International School. He has also worked for local government in England and opened schools for large corporations.
Nicki Coombs – Executive Principal of Beaconhouse Sri Inai International School Schools faced unique challenges this year due to the effects of the global pandemic. We asked the highly experienced Nicki Coombs to share her thoughts on education and what the future of learning looks like.
The most common curriculum taught in international schools globally is based on the English national curriculum.
Award presented in recognition for the exceptional safeguarding initiative taken to keep students safe during the pandemic.
Boarding school used to mean sending your child abroad usually to the UK. There are now viable alternatives in Malaysia offering termly and weekly boarding options.
Educational technology, student wellbeing, the rise of the virtual classroom and enhancing digital competence is what the future of education looks like.
The first Visible Learning School in the world is now offering termly and weekly boarding options.
From Key Stage one to five, PSHE education is an integral part of the syllabus in international schools offering the UK-based curriculum.
With a lifetime of experience in education from leading schools to policy making and the implementation of national education in Singapore, Madam Mak is now Head of School at St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia.
More than half the world’s population is bilingual, and as the world becomes ‘smaller’, children should be encouraged to learn a second or even a third language.
The new primary school extension of the LFKL is now open and welcoming children aged three to eight.
The Alliance Française de Kuala Lumpur (AFKL) is offering a variety of French language classes for their new intake – from pre-schoolers to adults.
The best kind of educator is one who believes intrinsically that a good education is not only the right of every child but needs to be imparted with enthusiasm, empathy and an eye on the future.
With a focus on nurturing the individual through a curriculum designed to encourage and enhance a lifelong learning journey, ISKL is known for being a centre of educational excellence.
Thematic units form the basis of this popular primary years curriculum taught in many international schools globally.
These points will help give an introductory idea of why you should consider an international school.
Choosing the most appropriate curriculum is a difficult decision. The first step is to make a comparison of what’s available.
A learning institute combining innovative education, entrepreneurship and creating a sustainable environment.
The Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) began welcoming students in 2000 with the aim of providing first-rate Australian education and celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
Live Virtual Tour Programme - 'Virtually, there is nothing ISKL can't do'.
Making the final decision for which international school your child attends must be done with careful consideration. These are the necessary criteria to look out for.
Seamlessly transitioning to the classroom to virtual learning and enhancing online learning.
Education experts are now favouring this technique over conventional methodology.
Novels, picture books, encyclopedias, famous titles and educational resources – these bookstores have it all.
Highly accomplished education specialist joins Beaconhouse to manage daily operations of schools across the region.
The current situation has placed students in the unique situation of having to receive their education at home. The Nord Anglia Virtual School Experience is designed to ensure that children continue learning seamlessly.
Instead of being spoon fed answers, allowing students to embrace the good struggle gives them the opportunity to experience true breakthroughs.
Islamic values combined with an international education – this is the unique advantage of studying at an international Islamic school.
Private and international schools in Malaysia offer a comprehensive list of curriculums including the British, American, IB, Australian and the Malaysian National Curriculum.
Although the British and American curriculums are more prevalent in Malaysia, there are options for Australian and Canadian programmes as well.
While most international schools are in the Klang Valley, Penang and Johor Baru aren't far behind. This week we look at the options at one of the top heritage centres in Asia and a great place to settle down.
If you're living outside the Klang Valley and want to send your primary age kids to an international school at a reasonable price, these are some of your options.
Private and international school education is a substantial investment. As more parents consider this route, they're getting more savvy when it comes to pricing. These schools offer the British curriculum and reasonable fees.
With such a wide range of education choices in Malaysia from schools to curriculums, read this general overview of the education scene to get a better idea of what's on offer.