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Alice Smith School

location_onKuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur


School Type

Pre School, International School



Levels Offered

Primary, Preschool

Student/Teacher Ratio

Max 24 students in class


No Boarding

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About Alice Smith School

Alice Smith School - Primary School, established in 1946, has a rich educational heritage in Malaysia and offers an outstanding British education. As a not-for-profit foundation, all the school’s resources are focused on the well-being and achievement of students. 

It is accredited as an outstanding British School Overseas by the UK Department of Education. 

With over 70 years of history, the school has a caring, diverse and dynamic community with 1,600 students from 50 different nations and an extensive web of alumni globally. 

Alice Smith School is a member of FOBISIA (Federation of British International Schools in Asia), COBIS (Council of British International Schools), ISC (Independent Schools Council), EARCOS (East Asia Regional Council of Schools), and CIS (Council of International Schools).

The Alice Smith School is anchored in the English National Curriculum. The school is committed to leading excellence in learning, teaching and curriculum creativity. We provide a stimulating, challenging and joyful ethos where every individual is valued and their achievements celebrated.


We value, and aim to educate, the whole child. We want our students to lead successful adult lives, enriched and empowered by a passion for lifelong learning. Our teachers are not simply concerned with the transfer of academic knowledge and skills; we deliberately develop values and wider understanding.


Our broad and balanced curriculum is designed to stimulate every student’s capacity to learn whilst providing the opportunity to develop higher-level thinking skills including creativity, problem solving and highly effective communication.


Reflecting the very best of British education provision enhanced and enriched by our international context, our students are encouraged to become proficient lifelong learners through the explicit development of the KLASS learner attributes:

  • Happiness and Health
  • Respect
  • Community Mindedness
  • Independence
  • Communication
  • Problem Solving

Good facilities are an integral component of an Alice Smith School education. By investing in good facilities, we help to create the right environment for current and future students to receive a holistic education, and attract and retains an excellent team of teachers.


The Jalan Bellamy campus has a two storey sports center with a swimming pool, astro turf sports field and a set of three playgrounds. The campus also has dedicated learning spaces according to age with facilities for music, design technology and languages.


With the support of an education planner, the Alice Smith School has devised a comprehensive master plan which will ensure that the school’s facilities and environment are evolving in line with the rapidly evolving teaching and learning requirements for the 21st century.


At the Alice Smith School Primary Campus, the Jubilee Centre officially opened by HRH The Duke of York Prince Andrew, was established and awarded GOLD at the Malaysian Architecture Malaysia (PAM) Awards 2015. 


The ground level Dining Hall is an open air, bright, modern and comfortable all-weather area with capacity for over 200 children, complete with a sunken play area.


The upper floors house a parents' deli, administration offices for accounts and admissions, transport and catering offices, large meeting rooms, the uniform shop and a lovely roof garden for educational purposes.

Clubs and Activities take place during ‘Enrichment Time’. Enrichment hours are an important opportunity for your child  to follow their interests, passions and strengths beyond the national curriculum.


Held as part of the school day, this provides the opportunity for your child to work with like-minded students and specialist teachers. Enrichment hours are carefully mapped and monitored for your child to ensure they get the most out of it.


Run by school staff and external providers, you will be provided a list of enrichment clubs that are available for your child each term. All clubs are age appropriate. We will provide you with the sign-up processes in more detail and support will be available.


Additionally, team sports and uniform clubs for older students will run after 3.15pm. Optional Saturday is also offered.


If you are Malaysian and have chosen for your child to take another language other than Bahasa Malaysia during MFL lessons, your child is required to take a one hour Bahasa Malaysia lesson in replacement of one club during an enrichment afternoon.

Pick-up points:

Taman Seputeh

  • Sierra Seputeh
  • Mutiara Seputeh
  • Seputeh Gardens



  • Setia Murni 1
  • Lengkok Setiabudi
  • Jalan Batai
  • Beringin Residence
  • Jalan Semantan bus stop
  • Suasana Sentral Loft
  • Jelutong Villas
  • Jalan Jelutong
  • Lorong Damansara Endah
  • MRT Semantan
  • Jalan Beringin
  • Lorong Setiabistari
  • Persiaran Bruas
  • Desa Damansara
  • Jalan Setiakasih 1


Mont Kiara:

  • Serene Kiara
  • MK 28
  • MK Meridin
  • La Grande
  • MK Seni
  • Pavillion Hilltop
  • UEM Sunrise Showcase
  • Banyan Mont Kiara bus stop
  • MK Aman
  • MK Sophia
  • MK 10 / MK11
  • Bus stop opposite Arcoris
  • Duta Nusantara
  • Duta Tropika
  • Hartamas Regency 2
  • Tiffani
  • Kiara View


KL Sentral:

  • Suasana Sentral
  • Federal Hills
  • Highbank Condo
  • Tijani 2
  • Villa Bukit Tunku
  • Seri Duta 2
  • Sri Kenny Condo



  • Zehn Condo
  • Jalan Terasek
  • Jalan Terasek 1
  • Sri Wangsaria
  • Menara Bangsar
  • One Menerung
  • Jalan Mambu
  • Jalan Keruing



  • Identiti U-Thant
  • Stonor Park
  • Park Seven
  • Quadro
  • Suria Stonor
  • Dua Residency
  • The Avare
  • Troika
  • Oval
  • Desa Angkasa
  • 16 Taman U-Thant
  • Jalan Taman U-Thant
  • Lorong Ampang 2
  • Sastra U-Thant
  • U-Thant Residence
  • Mei on Madge
  • Condo 8
  • Sri Hening
  • Iringan Hijau
  • Sri Se Ekar
  • Bus stop on Jalan Raja Chulan
  • Bayan Tree Residence
  • 3 Kia Peng
  • Vipod Residence
  • Le Nouvelle KLCC
  • Avenue K
  • Panorama
  • Hampshire Residences
  • Hampshire Park
  • Pavillion Residence

Alice Smith School Fees

Application Fee

  • RM1,200

*Payable upon submission of Application Form


Enrolment Fee

  • RM5,000


Building Fund Contribution

  • RM10,000

*One time payment

Tuition Fee (per term)

  • Preschool (normal day): RM13,230

  • Preschool (extended day): RM17,020

  • Reception: RM17,560

  • Year 1 & 2: RM23,140

  • Year 3 - 6: RM24,390

*3 terms per academic year

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2, Jalan Bellamy, Bukit Petaling,
50460 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur


603 2148 3674



Frequently Asked Questions

The opening hours at Alice Smith School - Primary Campus starts at 7.40 am to 2.20 pm, followed by Extra Curricular Activities (ECAs) at 2.30 pm to 3.30 pm (optional).

Alice Smith School - Primary Campus offered British Curriculum for all primary students.

The tuition fees for Alice Smith School - Primary Campus range from RM 13,230 to RM 24,290. The school has 3 terms per year.

No, boarding is unavailable at Alice Smith School - Primary Campus.