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  • Is there a deadline for applications?
    No, you can apply to join our school at any time during the academic year (places permitting). Please get in touch with us to check our current availability. If a year group is full, we can add your child to our waiting list.
  • Will my child need to take a test before the enrol?
    Yes, your child will sit an assessment as part of our admissions process. This ensures we can meet their learning needs and offer the right support. Our assessments and interviews vary depending on your child’s age, but may include taster sessions in class, as well as English speaking, writing, and maths tests.
  • What's included in my child's fees?
    Your child’s fees will include school materials, textbooks, and most of our co-curricular activities.
  • What curriculum do you teach?

    We teach the English National Curriculum from pre-nursery through to graduation. This comprises: 

    Early Years (ages 2-5): Early Years Foundation Stage.  

    Primary (ages 5-11): English National Curriculum.  

    Key Stage 3 (ages 11-14): English National Curriculum.  

    Key Stage 4 (ages 14-16): IGCSEs.   

    Sixth Form (ages 16-18): A-levels.

  • What foreign languages do you offer?
    We teach Mandarin and Spanish from pre-nursery to year 6. At secondary, we offer Mandarin, Spanish, and French.
  • Do you offer students additional support?

    We offer English as an Additional Language (EAL) support for students who need extra help with their English speaking, reading, and writing. 

    We also have a fantastic Learning Support Department, which creates tailored programmes for students who have special educational needs. Places are limited, however, so please get in touch with our admissions team to find out more.

  • What qualifications do your teachers have?

    Our brilliant teachers are UK-qualified (or equivalent) and have extensive experience in British and international schools. They’re all native English-speakers who have an in-depth knowledge of the English National Curriculum.

    Our teachers are constantly learning, too. We offer unparalleled opportunities for them to develop and grow, supported by accreditation from the best training organisations. This guarantees your child will receive the highest quality instruction.

  • Do you have teaching assistants?
    Yes, we do. From pre-nursery to year 6, every class has one teaching assistant who works alongside the teacher.
  • What after-school activities do you offer?
    Our co-curricular clubs offer something for everyone, ensuring your child has the chance to do what they love. From creative writing and cooking to fencing and football, we run more than 100 activities that encourage our students to showcase their talents and pursue new passions.
  • What trips and excursions do you run?

    Our students broaden their horizons on local, national, and international trips – including Nord Anglia expeditions to Tanzania and Switzerland – where they form lifelong friendships, grow in confidence, and develop a global perspective.

    Our early years and younger primary children enjoy days out every term. From year 4, our students are encouraged to take part in three or four-night residentials. And at secondary, our students go on sport, music, drama, Model United Nations, and cultural trips, both at home and abroad.

  • Do you provide lunch?
    Yes, all our students enjoy tasty, nutritious lunches every day, prepared by our catering team. We offer a variety of cuisines and options, and cater for a range of dietary requirements and allergies to ensure every child is happy and safe.
  • Do you run a bus service?
    Yes, we do. Our safe and efficient bus service can pick your child up and drop them off at the end of the day. The cost depends on where your family is based in Kuala Lumpur.
  • How will you help my child settle in?

    We know how important it is for your child to get off to a great start. Before their first day, we’ll invite them to an induction session, where they’ll get a feel for our school and have a look around.

    On their first day, your child will attend a welcome session with their teacher and spend time settling into class. They’ll also be allocated a ‘buddy’, a current student who will show them the ropes and make them feel at home. And our dedicated team of counsellors ensure every child feels comfortable and cared for.