Syllabus & Curriculum
British National Curriculum
(Primary) RM35000 - RM50000
(Secondary) RM35000 - RM50000
Student / Teacher Ratio
"The curriculum at Sri KDU is based on a child-centred instructional approach with emphasis on reading, writing and basic arithmetic skills. Their sport facilities are quite new and well maintained.
The security is priority at the school. They provide transportation to students, which is undertaken by external contractors. It is a suitable school for those who want an international education at good prices."
The fee range for Year 1 to Year 11 per annum is RM35,000 to RM50,000.
Values and Objective
The core values of Sri KDU International School (SKIS) are: Trust, Respect, Integrity, Bravery, Energy; better known by the acronym TRIBE. These values are regularly being instilled in students as SKIS continues to evolve and improve its pedagogy while adopting innovative education practices to achieve better student performance.
Their objective is to become the best international school in the world, providing a balanced holistic education with many learning opportunities for students to develop academically and emotionally.
Teaching and Learning
Teaching and learning is at the centre of all that they do as teachers and as students. Student progress, through exciting and innovative pedagogy, is their aim. The objective is to create active learners who flex all their learning muscles. To achieve this, they have adopted the BLP (Building Learning Power) model and focus on the 4R’s: Resilience, Reciprocity, Reflectiveness, Resourcefulness. They also ensure that the opportunities to develop these areas are embedded into all lessons.
Their extensive and engaging curriculum, led by a team of well-qualified and committed teaching staff, enables students to develop both the academic and the social/emotional aspects of learning. The students follow the United Kingdom National Curriculum from Year 1 to Year 9 which means all students study the following subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Mandarin or French, Music, Art, Design and Technology, Physical Education.
Year 10 and 11 students follow a two-year programme leading to Cambridge IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) in 10 subjects. SKIS also offers the challenging IBDP (International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme) pre-university course which encompasses both the Sciences and Arts, emphasizing critical thinking as well as developing communication and social skills.
For the 2014/2015 academic year, they have achieved considerable success in the Majlis Sukan Sekolah-Sekolah Daerah / Negeri / Malaysia (MSSD / MSSS / MSSM) at the District, State, and National Levels.
They hosted their first ISAKL (International Schools Association of Kuala Lumpur) event. In the current 2015/2016 year, SKIS will be competing in the ISAKL badminton, cross country, soccer, swimming and volleyball competitions. There will be many opportunities ranging from field trips and educational visits to sporting fixtures in the MSSD / MSSS / MSSM and ISAKL events.
The Student Council is made up of class representatives who are voted in at the beginning of each academic year and members of the Prefect working group. Opportunities to develop leadership skills include:
- Duke of Edinburgh International Award;
- Paramount Championship;
- People To People International (PTPI) Student Chapter;
- Leo Club;
- Eco School Programme.
Being members of the Student Council working group, Prefects support other students with their studies and attend Parent Teacher Conferences (PTCs) and Open Days providing parents with tours of the school and being ambassadors.
Students in the Charities and Fundraising working group work tirelessly to raise money and awareness during a number of events throughout the year including the ReadATon, Breast Cancer Awareness and ongoing charity work.
Sri KDU International School
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