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  • Top achieving school

    BSKL has built an outstanding reputation by balancing academic achievement with personal development and a strong sense of community


  • Happy and satisfied students

    BSKL provides students with the opportunities to explore and discover passions in their learning.


  • Outstanding teaching

    We recruit the best teachers to ensure our students benefit from outstanding teaching practices.


  • Learning for all

    We offer academic and extra-curricular programs designed to cater for a range of needs, interests, talents and aspirations.


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Student Health & Wellbeing

Student wellbeing is of the highest importance at The British International School of Kuala Lumpur so as to ensure our students feel safe, valued and have a strong sense of belonging. 

Our pastoral support provision is supported by our highly effective student counselling department. Our trained and experienced counsellors work closely with our staff to support
the emotional and social development of all students. This support service for students allows for effective one to one and group sessions that greatly enhance our strong Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE) programme. 

In addition our counselling department regularly work with families and have, in recent times, developed successful and respected parent talks and workshop series. Referral to the counselling department is often made by students themselves but can also be made by any of the school’s pastoral team.