Cambridge International, IGCSE, International Primary Curriculum (IPC)


Primary, Secondary


Petaling Jaya, Selangor


10:1 (International), 12:1 (Private)


No boarding


"The school started accepting students for its new intake from mid-2013 and offers local curriculum (KBSM/KSSM) for Malaysians. 

The school is a 1:1 school with smart school features to enhance the productivity and learning process of the students by using mobile learning devices like iPad or Macbook Air.

They are a recognised Cambridge/CIE member school and provide Cambridge Primary Checkpoints and Cambridge Checkpoints exams.

Meals are compulsory for all year groups."

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Rafflesia International & Private Schools: Dedicated to the vision and mission to be the school of choice with international recognition and offering the International UK curriculum and the national Malaysia Primary School curriculum, Rafflesia International & Private Schools Puchong campus stands tall as an education establishment. The school aims to provide a tailor-made holistic and individualised education to serve the need of grooming the next generation to be global thinkers and leaders.

Rafflesia International School provides the educational for children aged from 3 to 16. The International Primary Curriculum (IPC), a thematic learning based school curriculum, specially caters for Nursery to Year 6 students. Years 7 to 9 students follow the Cambridge Secondary Curriculum with elements of the National Curriculum of England (NCE). At the same time, Year 10 and 11 students prepare for International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations with the goal of moving on to post 16 study and ultimately universities around the world. The school strives to build the right character and attitude to learning as well as developing students’ potential and talent.

Apart from English as the medium of instruction for the International School curriculum, Mandarin and Bahasa Malaysia are some of the languages offered at Rafflesia. Mandarin is a language that is emphasized at all levels; the school believes that it will equip student with the necessary language skills to thrive in a global employment market. For those whose level of English is less than fluent a comprehensive English as Second Language (ESL) programme is in place.

Co-curricular activities are specifically tailored for both Rafflesia International & Private Schools to broaden students’ skills, talents and interests in a wide range of fields. Through these activities, they learn to develop teamwork, social and leadership skills as well as discipline and responsibility. The school’s CCA programme provides a large number of opportunities for students, to complement their academic studies.

Incorporating Future School features to provide a holistic learning environment, the Puchong campus is designed and equipped with the latest ICT infrastructure, with each classroom being fitted with an Apple TV and the usage of iPads, iMacs and Macbook laptops to enhance the teaching and learning process.

Situated in the modern and affluent township of 16 Sierra Puchong, the Rafflesia Puchong campus has full WiFi to ensure students have the world at their fingertips. Other amenities are provided with the purpose of encouraging and supporting the holistic development of students beyond the classroom.

The amphitheatre, workshops and laboratories complement the teaching and learning process of students and teachers alike. Sports facilities include a large football pitch, squash courts, a swimming pool and a large Multi Purpose Hall. Medical services and student counseling are provided to ensure the wholesome development of Rafflesia students.

Rafflesia International & Private Schools’ global vision has enabled it to establish strategic educational collaboration ties with several world leading educational institutions. Through the school's collaborative partners, such as Tsinghua Experimental School in Shenzhen, China; St. Mary’s School in the USA and Chinese International School in Singapore, Rafflesia students, teachers and families are exposed to an educationally, professionally and culturally enriched international environment.