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The earlier the better but it’s never too late – learning French at the Alliance Française de Kuala Lumpur.
Preparing students for future success through creative thinking, critical reasoning and effective communication.
It’s much easier to learn a new language at a young age due to the better brain capacity and fewer inhibitions. Sign up now for toddler classes at the Alliance Française Kuala Lumpur starting in February 2020.
The recent 5th Nexus Global Goals Action Day saw more than 800 volunteers participating in 24 activities which addressed the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
ISKL prepares students for the future by encouraging critical reasoning, creative thinking, self-directness and effective communication.
Choosing what to study after secondary school can be difficult and students are often torn between studying about a subject they’re passionate about and doing a degree guaranteeing a successful career.
Pursuing a degree is what most students hope for after completing secondary school. As a regional education hub Malaysia is an excellent option for tertiary education.
Nexus outperforms the IBDP world average by five points with a Diploma average of 34.6 points with one in four students scoring more than 40 points.
Tenby takes learning outside the classroom with Horizons Week programme to Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia.
A system that teaches reading and accurate pronunciation using engaging and effective techniques.
A globally-recognised institution offering a wide variety of qualifications, Monash University Malaysia is an excellent choice for Undergraduate through to Postgraduate studies.
The Alice Smith School takes top honours at the recent International School Awards in the Pastoral Initiative category.
The International School of Kuala Lumpur has won the prestigious International School Leader Award in the category Initiative for Inclusion.
This year's prestigious Bett event focuses on education technology and will see top educators, innovators and senior leaders gather to discuss strategies and the future of education technology.
Science is fun when taught through art, craft and fun characters. This local educational subscription box brand is set to change the way your kids learn and who doesn't love receiving a box of goodies?
EE explores the options of education courses for adult development.
These schools are known for their bilingual and trilingual programmes emphasising on Mandarin and Bahasa Malaysia.
Interaction with nature is crucial to a child’s healthy overall development. The children's house recognises that and has created a nature-inspired space in their newest branch, TCH U-Thant.
STEM learning is becoming increasingly relevant in producing future problem solvers who think outside the box. The Alice Smith School recognises that and incorporates STEM subjects into their curriculum.
As environmental studies may soon become a compulsory subject in schools across the country, we look at three international schools whose students make it a personal mission to protect their environment.
Fact: Participating in sports makes students healthier, socialise better and perform better academically.
In a tech-savvy world, it's important for schools to ensure that students are interacting with technology in a meaningful, educational way.
Life after high school can be daunting. For many, there is only one chance to make the right choice. For that reason your child can feel overwhelmed. Here are a few reassuring thoughts.
Secondary schools emphasise 'global citizenship', but understanding what that really means is important in deciding on the right schools and curricula for your children.
Navigating education options for gifted and talented children can be a thrilling yet intimidating endeavour for parents, so we look at the resources and schools available here.
The range of schools available in Malaysia can be daunting, so we take you on a quick whistle-stop tour of the education landscape.
These after school clubs and extra-curricular activities let kids tackle real-world challenges and have fun while learning.
Why these 5 International schools make an excellent training ground for aspiring playwrights, actors, singers and young theatre hopefuls.
This is the first British school in Malaysia to offer the Chinese language proficiency programme.
Field trips are more than just visiting the biscuit factory these days - now children get to see the world, serve the community and develop character.
Can’t seem to find what you want in the market and wish you could make it yourself? Or just bored and looking for a creative outlet to fill your days with? Taking up a short course or two might be the answer to both problems.
For students at an international school in Malaysia, excursions and field trips are a far cry from what most of us will remember from our school days.
Principle Nicki Coombs shares her experience in developing Beaconhouse Newlands International School as a united team and family in academics, arts, sports and more.
Learning is naturally important, but sometimes it’s what your child learns outside the classroom that’s really what makes them into the adult they become.
Life is bursting with inventive opportunities that are best tapped into from an early age. Discover how to nurture your child’s natural penchant for imagination and creativity.
Leaving a gap year in a resume can be risky, but it can also be a rewarding experience for graduates seeking to broaden their horizons.
What role does sports play in the academic life of a student? Karen Andres explores the importance of sports and ways to garner more participation and interest from school students.
Activity centres provide the stimulus needed to support a child’s expanding ability to remember. Professor Tracy Alloway elaborates.
Parents will not settle for just watching the remarkable phenomenon of their toddler's development. They desire to be directly involved.