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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Succeed in Life by Learning From Others: Tag Talks

What is Your Ambition?

A simple question like that is often met with blank stares. Not many students are career or self-aware during their schooling years. During the teen years, as children are growing and discovering themselves, they are unsure of the path they want to take. Choices may be wide and varied but sometimes this causes them even more confusion and they may choose according to what they think their parents want or to conform to society's expectations of them.

Who Am I?

That's why Sri Bestari International School has started a series of Tag talks to encourage children to be brave enough to chart their own paths. Tag Talks is a unique feature incorporated as a part of
Bestarians’ learning journey. TAG represents the brand, value and identity which leads to one of the pivotal questions in life that the children themselves need to answer- 'WHO AM I?'

Tag Talks aim to inspire students by exposing them to success stories from individuals from various industries who have made it by daring to be different and facing challenges with hard work and grit.

Tag Talks goal is to help students find the answer to the question "Who am I?" to help them realize that they are the authors of their own stories and destiny lies in their own hands instead of living life in autopilot with no focus or direction.

Tag Talk Speakers

Bestarians have so far had the privilege to listen to Tag Talk speaker Dr Wong Siew Chin, who is the principal of Sri Bestari International School. She shared her thoughts that children should be reminded to remain true to themselves in building their own identity—to know their calling in life, to learn how to do it well and to create value in the world.

"As a school, we have the responsibility to expose the children to various industries and subsequently help them to discover and be the best version of themselves." says Dr Wong. A mother of two and still a teacher at heart, she believes that having the grit in life matters more than intelligence. 

Other invited Tag Talk speakers include Co-founder of the Picha Project; Ms. Suzanne Ling, An Astrophysicist; Dr. Nur Adlyka, a physicist and a published author; Ms. Viola Ho, a concept art designer; Mr. Johnson Ting and their own alumni --a coding expert; Mr. Josh Teng.

Students are exposed to more than just academics when listening to these speakers share their own experience. By listening to actual real life sharing by highly motivated individuals, students begin to understand the need to take charge and embrace a growth mindset with grit.

What Students Say About Tag Talks

According to students, Tag Talks have fed them with the knowledge, meaning, motivation and vivid imagination and exploration not found in books.

“It has made me realise that nothing is impossible if you try hard!” a Year 7 Bestarians claimed. 

“Tag talks had impacted me greatly as I realise now, how successful people work very hard and that they went through countless challenges to be who they are right now” another Year 7 student exclaimed. 

In other words, tag talks are not just an inspiration for students, it is also a career guide. It helps show them that they can be successful while at the same time, promote a cause or awareness or feel a great sense of achievement like some of the Tag Talk industry speakers.

An excellent example would be the Co-founder of the Picha Project, Ms. Suzanne Ling who believed so much in helping refugees, that she and her co- founders built a sustainable business for a good cause. The Picha Project delivers traditional meals to customers made by refugee families from marginalised groups.

Students who attended Suzanne Ling’s talk was truly inspired and it made students reflect and think of what she had shared. 

One student stood out with an exceptional understanding of the whole concept of the Picha Project, “I knew there were people who are less fortunate, but I didn’t expect that it would be to this extent. At that very moment of listening to Ms. Suzanne’s talk, my eyes opened and I could see the bigger picture of life beyond my privileged one. That first tag talk, was the day I realised that a small contribution actually makes a lot of difference and that’s how I’m going to start my life now onwards."

Children have so much to learn during their crucial development years spent at school. SBIS is committed in developing global leaders who will embrace a growth mindset and be determined to make a difference throughout the whole world no matter which horizons they've set their sights upon. Tag Talk helps achieve this aim by starting them on the right mindset from a young age.

Tag Talk gives SBIS students the opportunity to listen to great stories and understand that they are definitely the author of their own stories, leaders of their own destinies. To put it strongly, It is the Journey of Realisation that Determines the Students’ Destination.

Sri Bestari International School (SBIS) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Land and General Berhad. The school believes in combining the best people and the best learning approaches together to empower young minds. For any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact Sri Bestari International School at 011-51397866 or info_sbis@bestari.edu.my.

This post was brought to you by Sri Bestari International School

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Fun Printz Starting School Giveaway

"How do I label my child's shoes"

"Oh no, my kid lost their water tumbler AGAIN!"

"Where can I find cute personalize labels with cartoons and my child's name?"

This is the hot topic in our FB group right now and we hear you! That's why we're teaming up with Fun Printz to bring to you this Starting School Giveaway. 

What are we giving away? 

12 Lucky Winners from our FB group will win a set of Fun Printz Personalized School Labels 

Iron on labels set worth RM 68 each ( 85 or 45 pcs depending on the size you pick )  - 3 Winners

S labels set worth RM40 each ( 50 pcs )  3 Winners

M labels set worth RM40 each ( 36 Pcs)  3 Winners

Shoe labels set worth RM40 each ( 8 pairs )  3 Winners

Cool right? Go here to enter this giveaway contest. It's really easy. All you need to do is answer one simple question and fill in your details in the contest form. Winners are chosen randomly. T&C applies.

Join Contest here

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Where to Download Form 3 DLP Maths and Science Textbook

It's the second week of school and by now most students would have brought home their loaned textbooks from school and perhaps finished wrapping them in plastic covers. Parents of Form 3 students may have noticed that the Maths and Science in English textbooks for DLP (Dual Language Programme) is missing from the bundle.

It has been reported in the press that the supply and distribution of Form 3 DLP Maths and Science Textbooks will start in March 2019.

The MOE has released a statement stating that the reason for this delay is due to some changes to improve the procurement system and to prevent direct negotiations which came into effect in the middle of last year.

The MOE in its statement has provided a few links to download the Form 3 Maths and Science Textbook online. The links are for the first 4 chapters of both subjects.  The school would probably have provided students with the links as well. Parents can bookmark these links for students' self study at home.

You can download the textbooks here.

1. Download link for first 4 chapters of Maths in English for DLP Form 3 textbook:

2. Download link for first 4 chapters of Science in English for DLP Form 3 textbook:

Interesting Note:

One thing interesting to note from the download links is apparently the Science textbook comes with a mobile app and multimedia materials including Augmented Reality, Interactive Activity, Animation and Videos can be accessed via the app.

Below is the full press release from the MOE.

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Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Time for Kids to Learn Coding in 2019

It's 2019 and the call for kids to learn coding has been on for a few years now. Enrichment centers, schools, even nations are now teaching kids coding. Coding is the ability to understand a machine language, the knowledge of reading and writing a machine language and the skill to think computationally. Are your kids learning coding in 2019?

Just as kids need to learn music, art and sports, coding is now an essential part of their education.  

As the world increasingly becomes more digital and relies more on computer programming, software and apps to get things done, so too does the need for everyone to understand coding from a young age. This will give kids the edge to compete and give them an advantage when it comes to newer jobs that has been created from advancements in technology.

It has become easier for kids to learn coding with fun and interactive learning

Coding for kids in 2019 is not the same as an adult learning computer programming in the past. The way to learn coding has changed to become more inclusive for kids who are learning machine language. The new ways to learn include understanding interesting engineering and robotics, app and game design for kids, and more. Exercises for kids are simple, fun and interactive with prompts to guide them. Learning resources are constantly being upgraded to teach children how to build graphics, animations and even games and apps.

Coding benefits kids in many ways

In the future, not knowing how to code is akin to not knowing how to read. Everyone needs some basic computer programming knowledge. Apart from helping kids become more competitive in the future job market through the understanding of basic computing, coding also helps kids think in a logical and structured way. It helps children to solve problems in an organized manner. Hands-on coding teaches kids to be creative and encourages out of the box thinking. They are taught to become independent learners when taught to problem solve on their own instead of relying on passive instruction in traditional teaching.

This post was brought to you by KidoCode. KidoCode is a computer programming and mathematic school for primary, secondary and high school students, at Kuala Lumpur.

Kids from as young as 5 learn coding at KidoCode. Do your kids know coding? Sign them up for a free trial class to start their computer programming learning journey.

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Where to Download UPSR Exam Sample Papers

Where to download UPSR exam sample papers? This is a frequently asked question in our group. In this post, we did a search to find the best places online to download UPSR trial papers for practice. Some of them come with answers, some do not. We've put them together for your easy reference. Here they are in no particular order.

1. Malaysia Tercinta.com has compiled the past year UPSR papers for 2017 and 2016. These do not come with answers and some are incomplete. They also have UPSR trial papers by states with answers. Now these come with answers and that's really useful. The papers are for SK.

2. Sistem Guru Online has a UPSR papers bank for 2018 past year papers as well as those from previous years from various states for both SK (mostly) and SJKC (some). They have built up quite a lot of resource over the years, so the best thing is to search for "UPSR" on the site to access the UPSR past year actual and trial papers.

3. MyKSSR.com has UPSR trial papers for 2016 SK.  You will need to click on the link that says "Untuk muat turun koleksi ini, klik link dibawah: Koleksi Soalan Setara Percubaan UPSR". When you click on that link, you will download a RAR file containing all the 2016 papers. A RAR file is a zip file so you will need a RAR Zip extractor software to extract and view the papers. You can search for free rar zip extractors online and download a free extractor to use if your computer does not have one.

4. Andrewchoo.edu.my has UPSR state exam papers from 2011 to 2018 for SK and SJKC papers.  The files are also in RAR file format, so you will need a RAR Zip extractor software to open and view the papers. There are many free RAR Zip extractors you can download for personal use. The advantage of the rar file format is the ability to download multiple files at one go so you can download the whole set of papers all at one go instead of downloading them one at a time. Similar to a zipped file, which you have to unzip, you have to "unpack" the rar file to view the documents. You can do this once you have the rar file extractor.

5. Pendidik2u.my has forecast papers for UPSR 2017 and other years. If you browse around the site, you will find other UPSR papers to download as well.

6. SumberPendidikan.com has UPSR papers labeled with the latest years. If you go to the UPSR tab on the website, you will be taken to a page with lots of posts labeled 2019. When you click on those images and links, you will be led to more and more links that keep you browsing and finally when you arrive at the download page, you may find that the paper is in actual fact a 2016 or 2017 paper that has not yet been updated but merely renamed in anticipation for future download. Rather misleading and a bit disappointing but if you have the time and patience to do the browsing, you will probably find useful materials for UPSR practice and revision for Standard 6 students.

7. Sasbadi Online Resource/Download Center has a few model papers for UPSR for free download. Go to this page and select either Pintar Cerdas or Model Aspirasi A+ to access the model UPSR papers. The others you see on the page are for secondary school students so unless you have children in secondary school as well, you can safe your time, no need to browse those.

Note that when you are on the website for MyKSSR.com,  Pendidik2u.my and Sumber Pendidikan, there will be banners suggesting you join their group on Telegram. Telegram is a messaging app. You can download it here for Android or here for IOS devices. The telegram group is like a whatsapp group. Currently the MyKSSR.com group has 3700 subscribers, Pendidik2u.my has 48700 members and Sumber Pendidikan has 84900 subscribers. Obviously the higher the subscriber number, the more frequently it is updated and shares useful educational material including UPSR related materials. However, they may contain hidden ads and the more active the group, the more notifications you will receive on your mobile, some of the notifications may not be relevant. If you do not like this, do not go this route. Of course, you can also mute the notifications if you prefer.

There may be some other sites if you do a search online but some are repeats and some contain lots of words purporting that there are UPSR papers for download when there are only one or two links available. There may also be sites requesting you to enter your phone number or join to get free ebooks or downloads. Be careful of those kinds of sites and inform your children not to give private information away freely.

I hope this compilation helps UPSR students and parents. All the best in your practice and revision.

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Monday, January 07, 2019

Fostering a Love of Reading

Post Credit: British Council Malaysia It offers English Language courses for kids and teens from ages 5 to 17.

Teaching your child to love reading

We all want our children to be successful readers. Parents play a key role in this; research shows parents have up to six times more impact on primary age children than teachers. So how do we teach our children to love reading?

The First Step - Read to them regularly and be a role model

The first step is to show your child that reading is a pleasure, not a chore. There are a number of ways to do this. Children whose parents read to them are much more likely to be enthusiastic readers in later life. Having a regular storytime creates positive associations with reading. Some parents prefer to read to their children at bedtime, but stories can be told at any time and it only takes a few minutes. You must also be a role model. Let your children see you reading and they will follow your lead. If you do not show your children that you enjoy reading yourself, it is not realistic to expect your children to love books. 

When to Start?

It is never too early to start reading with your child. Even before they are born babies can recognise the sound of their mother’s (and father’s) voice. No matter how young your child is, pick up a book or magazine and read to them. They may not understand what you are saying yet, but they are learning to recognise sounds and other features of language such as rhythm and intonation and they are learning to see that reading is an enjoyable activity.

Develop Your Storytelling Skills

Children live in a world of imagination and will quickly learn to love stories. Fairy tales and folk stories such as Goldilocks and the Three Bears are popular in all cultures. They can be told naturally, without books or other aids. Develop your skills as a storyteller. Alter your voice for different characters, use emotion for sad or scary parts of the story and add sound effects. You can also adapt the stories to your child’s liking by giving it a happy or sad ending or even make up your own stories with your child as hero! They will have their favourite stories and ask to hear them again and again. Eventually they will be able to tell you the story. 

Choose Books Suitable for Your Child's Level

Introducing your child to picture books from an early age is important. The bright colours and illustrations show your child that books are fun and help them to understand the story even before they can read the words. As your children grow, exposing them to a variety of books is key. They may prefer fiction, non-fiction, comics or magazines. We should give them freedom of choice, while ensuring the book is a suitable level for them. 

Students are Introduced to the Magic of Reading at the British Council

At the British Council we believe reading plays a key part in children’s development and can have a big impact on their future. We do everything we can to ensure our students share our love of books. We encourage children to borrow books every week from our extensive children’s library, teach the younger students to read in our Phonics classes and support older children as they start to enjoy more complex and mature topics. Every year we participate in a global reading competition where students from every continent attempt to read 10 books in 12 weeks. Reading is fun, and we all have our part to play in nurturing the reading habit.

For some children their first real exposure to books will be schoolbooks. They will come to associate books only with study and conclude “books are boring and reading is not fun.” However children who have been introduced to the magic of reading see reading as a pleasure, rather than a chore.

To learn more about the British Council’s young learner courses, visit ww.britishcouncil.my/children.

The next term will start on 23 and 24 March 2019. Placement tests can be booked online via www.britishcouncil.my/children.

When Should I Register My Child For Standard One 2020 and 2021 Intake

Its that time of the year again when parents start asking this question. "When should I register my child for standard one?"

The following is information for members of our group, the Malaysia Primary School Parents on Facebook and readers of our blog.

We have written many posts on this topic before in the past. The focus of this post is on the important dates.

Important Dates:

1. When is the online registration portal open?

You can assess the online registration portal here: https://public.moe.gov.my/

Typically, the MOE online registration portal is open from 1st March to 30th April yearly.

What this means in 2019: On 1st March 2019, the portal will be open starting 1st March 2019 for registration for standard one 2020 intake as shown in the screenshot from the portal below.

Register Here: https://public.moe.gov.my/
2. At which age should I register my child for primary school?

Parents usually have 2 years to register their child for standard one ie when their child is aged 5 or age 6. You can do so on either of the years.

3. When should I register my child for Standard One?

The cut off date is 2nd January. What this means in 2019 registration:

Children born between 2 Jan 2013 to 1 Jan 2014 shall register for 2020 Intake
Children born between 2 Jan 2014 to 1 Jan 2015 shall register for 2021 Intake

4.  Is it possible to register to start school earlier, at age 6?

Early registration here means registration to start school at age 6 instead of age 7.

Children must have completed six years of age on Jan 1 of the year they are starting school. Since 2003, an exception is given to children who are up to two weeks younger ie to those born between 2 Jan to 15 Jan.

What this means in 2019: Those born between 2 Jan to 15 Jan 2014 can apply to start school earlier. However, do note that children of this age may be required to sit for an assessment to make sure that they are ready to start school together with their older peers.

Here are some news articles on this:

Review admission procedure for those aged under 6, government told - article in FMT dated 20 Dec 2019
Hard for younger kids to start school early - an opinion letter published in the Star on 22 Dec 2018

Below is a press release from the MOE in response to these publication.

5. When will I know the results of my online registration/application for Standard One?

Results are normally out around July/August the year before they are due to start school.

You may also find the following posts useful. They contain information on the documents required for registration etc. Note that these are posts from previous years and there may have been changes made to procedures after the posts. For latest procedures and discussion on any topics or questions not found here, do join our Facebook group. As with previous years, we will start a thread for discussion on issues members encounter during registration in March 2019.

FAQ on Std 1 2019 Intake Application Results and Appeal
How to Register Online For Standard One 2019 and 2020 Intake * Check this post out for the procedure and documents required
Registration for Primary School in Malaysia FAQ
The Unofficial Guide to Online Registration for Primary Schools in Selangor and Putrajaya

This post was brought to you by the admins of the Malaysia Primary School on Facebook group.

Friday, January 04, 2019

KPM eTextbook Reader App has Form 1 textbooks on devices with more to come

There is a video that has been shared on Facebook about the KPM eTextbook app with digital textbooks for students. We checked out the app.

Where to download the KPM eTextbook app

First, we went to this link https://textbook.moe.gov.my/  to create an account. You will be required to key in the following information:
  • Username
  • Name
  • I/C
  • State
  • Town
  • Area (Select the PPD. PPD stands for Pejabat Pendidikan Daerah) 
  • School Name (You will be able to select your child's school name after you select the PPD for his school. Not sure what is the PPD for the school? Check with the school or do a search online by typing the following search terms "YOURCHILD'SSCHOOLNAME PPD". You will most likely get the results you are looking for.
  • email address
  • Telephone number
You can create an account using your child's details or your own. Now do note that this is private information that is very valuable and very PRIVATE. So, do this only if you trust the site. 

How to Download the KPM eTextbook app

Once you login, you will be greeted with this page. You can then download the app on Android, IOS or Desktop. There is also a tab named "Tutorial" but at the point of writing, there isn't anything on it.

You can click on the Android or IOS tabs to download it or go to your device to Google Play Store for Android or Apple's App Store for IOS iPhone or iPad and search for KPM eTextbook Reader by Perbadanan Kota Buku to download directly from your device.

Below is the screenshot of the app. It is described as follows: "KPM eTextbook Reader is a non-commercial application that reads EPUB files made for Malaysian primary and secondary education. It is designed to have features that supports rich media content and mobile ability. This application is made on behalf of Ministry of Education, Malaysia."

What You Will Find in The KPM eTextbook Reader App

At this point of writing, you will find 6 Standard One Textbooks, 3 Standard 6 Textbooks, 19 Form 1 Textbooks and 3 Form 4 Magazines. The textbooks are SK (Sekolah Kebangsaan) and SMK (Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan) Textbooks.

You will need to "subscribe" for the textbooks. Subscription is at RM0 and for a period of one year.

We tried the KPM eTextbook Reader on various devices and conclude that at the moment, it works best on IOS at the moment. There is a slight lag for Android device and download is not as smooth and at times there are problems downloading. It is currently not working on desktop. After you download the software on desktop, when you click on it, you are brought to another site and when clicked, you get the following message "Unfortunately, you do not have access to Buku Teks Digital Sekolah.".

A click through to the app versions, suggests that this app has been around since 2014 but inactive with few books. Now, it has added the Form 1 books, we hope more will be added soon.

How To Use The KPM eTextbook Reader App

After you have subscribed, your books will appear in your library. You will need to download the books in order to read it. Downloading is much more smooth on the IOS device, slower on Android device. Tap on the books to download. A downward pointing arrow indicates that it is downloading, A green tick indicates that the book is fully downloaded. Reading is quite simple with scrolling action for smaller device or flipping action for tablet if you prefer. Double tap to bring up the pages you want to jump to, for bookmarking and for making notes. There is an option for you to select your preferred language for the app.

The textbooks can support a lot more interactivity. Check out the Form 4 magazines to see the interactive quizzes, videos, audio and digital slide presentation at work.

Will students be allowed to bring digital devices to school? Check out this news article from The Star dated 7 Dec 2018: https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/12/07/students-allowed-to-bring-computer-devices-to-school/ The news article mentioned that students in lower secondary school will be allowed to bring their own computer devices to access digital textbooks in schools starting in 2019. 

What do you think of eTextbooks? Do you think it is something useful and your kids will use?

Thursday, January 03, 2019

Planting With Kids - Balsam Plant

Here is an easy to plant and quite hardy flowering plant to plant together with kids at home. Bunga Keembong/Balsam Flower/凤仙花 fèng xiān huā. You can also use it to explain primary school science on dispersion of seeds.

One of the examples that is frequently given for explosive mechanism for seed dispersal is this plant. It's really fun to watch it grow too. We planted ours from a packet of seeds we bought. The seeds take about 8-10 days to germinate and about 2 months to flower. Usually seed packets cost around RM5. Now we have a whole row of them but only one stalk has flowered so far. Eagerly awaiting the rest.....

The plant's scientific name is Impatiens Balsamina. Apparently, Impatiens got its name from a Latin word that describes the way they shoot out their seeds when their seed pods open as if they're impatient to grow and multiply. I couldn't resist adding that last bit in because it does seem that way.  It's a nice story to tell the kids in any case. They're also called touch-me-nots because the seed pods have projectile seeds that explode out of the pods when they are lightly touched when its ripe.

We managed to record the blooms. We spotted the first two blooms on 15th December 2018.

Two days later on 17th December 2018

Four days later on 19th December 2018

8 days later on 23rd December 2018

 10 days later on 26th December 2018.

There are many more buds but we will stop our recording here. Here's a quick playback of the blooms in progress.

Wednesday, January 02, 2019

MITstem International School - First STEM Secondary School in Malaysia

This post is brought to you by MITstem International School

STEM Education for Secondary School Students

Here's one schooling option which is new to Malaysia and now open to secondary school students. STEM Education. STEM is a term used to group together the academic disciplines comprising of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Schools that offer STEM as a curriculum choice improve students' competitiveness in the area of science and technology development. Now STEM Education is available for the first time in Malaysia at MITstem International School at Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam.

MITstem International School - First STEM Secondary School in Malaysia

MITstem International School is a secondary school education provider in Malaysia focusing on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Education. Emphasis in on both academic and hands-on learning.

STEM Education is a secondary school option for students who wish to be competitive in the area of science and technology. STEM is everywhere in our lives as the world gets more digital. Students who get exposed to STEM and are given the opportunity to learn STEM skills from an early age will have the advantage in new fields and present-day job opportunities in automation, robotics, digital transformation and AI, e-commerce, software and app development, information technology, data analysis and more. These are 21st century skills and job roles that are taking the center stage today as technology continue to expand rapidly into every aspect of our lives.

MITstem International School - History

Just as the digital world that keeps on developing and progressing, MITstem International School has been continually evolving. It first started as a furniture manufacturer before venturing into training and consultancy. It later evolved into a a technical college offering engineering skills courses to school leavers. In 2012, the Ministry of Education of Education appointed MIT Academy (as it was previously known) as the first Private Vocational College offering the Malaysian Vocational Diploma programme for PT3 graduate students for a 4-year diploma programme.

In 2019 MIT Academy will begin operations as MITstem International School, the first STEM Secondary School in Malaysia with state of the art facilities including specialized labs like their science lab, electronic lab, robotics lab, hydraulic lab, mechatronic lab, automation lab, pneumatic lab and CAD and coding / programming computer lab and the latest industry 4.0 MMS automation learning equipment.

MITstem International School classroom and labs

The school also has a smart partnership with Kelab Golf Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah & Raja Tun Uda Library to offer library, swimming pool, squash court, tennis court and golfing facilities to students.

What to Expect at MITstem International School

The school provides ‘hands on’ and ‘practical learning’ on STEM subjects and multiple certifications for students such as IGCSE, AdvancED Cert which focus on STEM, Licensed Technology Cert from Multinational corporations, and STEMera hybrid cert to students who sit and pass for the assessments and examination.

Apart from the various certification, the school believes that a good education is not only about exam results, but also the emotional and social development of all children. MITstem International School offers a rich extracurricular calendar, which includes day and residential trips, after school clubs, work experience, and an array of school events designed to develop students at all levels including a maker-space for creativity and development.

MITstem International School provides 70% academic focused education and 30% hands on learning.

Registration for 2019 Intake is now open at MITstem International School with Merit Scholarships and Bursary Financial Assistance Available

UPSR Achievers & Cambridge Primary Checkpoint Excellent Students get an opportunity to enjoy 50% - 100% Merit Scholarship for admission into Year 7 (Form 1) at MITstem International School. These scholarships will save you from RM11,000 to RM22,000 in schooling fees.

Scholarships are open to Malaysian primary school students for new admissions into Year 7 (applicable for January, February and March 2019 intake only). Students should be active in co-curricular activities and contribute to the school community.

A 30% Bursary Financial Assistance is also offered for UPSR/Checkpoint students who have minimum of 2As in their results.

Parent's Testimonial

Ms Su had not heard about STEM education before but she now realizes that it is a good idea for her son because it prepares him for the digital world.  Ms Sue believes that the son will enjoy studying in MITstem International School with support of the workforce in school and the good environment.

Where to Get More Info About MITstem International School

Address :
MITstem International School
No.26, Jalan Anggerik Vanilla Y 31/Y
Kota Kemuning, 40460 Shah Alam Selangor.
Tel : (+603) 5122 0701

Website : www.mitstem.edu.my

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