Life At Kingsley International School

Life At Kingsley International School

CONGRATULATIONS to Kingsley Athletic Team who made us proud by winning two silver and two bronze medals at the recently concluded MSSD competition. Their diligence and hard work throughout the training every Saturday are great and fruitful. We hope they will continue to train hard under the supervision of Mr. David Sung and win us more medals next year. Most importantly, we appreciate their dedication and effort. :)

KUDOS to Kingsley Athletic Team.

It was a colourful and joyful event in Kingsley Early Years Department (Nursery and Reception) as our little ones dressed in their favourite book character's costume, went on a parade and introduced their book to our parents and teachers. It is always part of our philosophy to instill lifelong learning and we start by instilling good reading habits since small.

It was a colourful and joyful event in Kingsley Early Years Department (Nursery and Reception) as our little ones dressed in their favourite book character's costume, went on a parade and introduced their book to our parents and teachers. It is always part of our philosophy to instill lifelong learning and we start by instilling good reading habits since small.

It was a colourful and joyful event in Kingsley Early Years Department (Nursery and Reception) as our little ones dressed in their favourite book character's costume, went on a parade and introduced their book to our parents and teachers. It is always part of our philosophy to instill lifelong learning and we start by instilling good reading habits since small.

A Chinese New Year festive event was celebrated when the school reopened on the 24th February 2015.  A Lion Dance performance surprised the younger kids who were all excited by the sound of the cymbals and drums and the pouncing of two golden lions. Students from Year 10 sang a Chinese New Year Song and students were thrown mandarin oranges by the two lions as a sign of luck.

We wish all and one a wonderful year ahead!

A Chinese New Year festive event was celebrated when the school reopened on the 24th February 2015.  A Lion Dance performance surprised the younger kids who were all excited by the sound of the cymbals and drums and the pouncing of two golden lions. Students from Year 10 sang a Chinese New Year Song and students were thrown mandarin oranges by the two lions as a sign of luck.

We wish all and one a wonderful year ahead!

A Chinese New Year festive event was celebrated when the school reopened on the 24th February 2015.  A Lion Dance performance surprised the younger kids who were all excited by the sound of the cymbals and drums and the pouncing of two golden lions. Students from Year 10 sang a Chinese New Year Song and students were thrown mandarin oranges by the two lions as a sign of luck.

We wish all and one a wonderful year ahead!

Our Year 6 students went on a Heritage walk around the heart of KL on Wednesday. Despite the scorching sun, they were full of smiles. Their trip ended with a tour at the Malaysian Parliament