Life At Kingsley International School

Life At Kingsley International School

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.

In conjunction with Kingsley Green Week, our students, parents, teachers and staff took part in the UP-CYCLE project, which we donated toys, books, clothes and others for the Orang Asli children in Malaysia. There were in total 20 boxes of items collected, and they are now being sent to the Orang Asli settlement.

A big THANK YOU to our parents, students, teachers and staff for your sincere and heartfelt donation to make life better for our fellow children in the Orang Asli settlements. :)

In Kingsley, WE CARE! :)

Congratulations to our winners for Green Week 2015 Poster Design Contest. In Kingsley, we nurture our students to love and appreciate Mother Nature and do their best to be a responsible citizen in preserving our nature.

In Kingsley, we are doing our very best to help our fellow friends to brave through the tough times in the worst flood in 20 years. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all afflicted by the terrible flooding throughout the country. 

Term 1 is coming to an end. The Christmas Assembly for Nursery and Reception students and parents was held on Friday, 5 December 2014. It was a fun-filled and educational party to showcase what our young ones had achieved after a term in their respective years. They sang, danced and acted a story to our lovely parents and staff who were amazed with the students' development in Kingsley.

Happy Holidays!

Kingsley, Like.No.Other

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

On the last day of school for Term 1, our Primary and Secondary Schools celebrated Christmas with wonderful performances and lots of laughter and cheers. Our talented students showcased their talents in singing, dancing and musical instruments and we had class party before everyone goes on year-end holidays.

See you in 2015!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

On the last day of school for Term 1, our Primary and Secondary Schools celebrated Christmas with wonderful performances and lots of laughter and cheers. Our talented students showcased their talents in singing, dancing and musical instruments and we had class party before everyone goes on year-end holidays.

See you in 2015!

November has just ended and so did our very own Kingsley month of "MO"vember. This year we raised RM3,600.00 in total donation and a big HUG to our lucky winner, Ronan Seow of 9 Cambridge, who won RM300.00 in the lucky draw and decided to donate the cash prize to Movember bringing the total to RM3,900.00. The cash was handed over to Mr Vemanna Appannah, Deputy General Manager of MAKNA (National Cancer Council) during the Movember Presentation Ceremony held on Friday, 28 November 2014.

We would like to thank all our wonderful parents, students, teachers and staff who supported this charity event. We look forward to MOVEMBER 2015.

IN KINGSLEY, WE CARE

On Tuesday, 4th November, 57 students and 5 teachers departed Kingsley International School for a 2-day-1-night learning journey to Outbac Broga in Negeri Sembilan. Students were organised into 3 teams, and after some introductory comments and safety reminders from the instructors, began enjoying a long list of fun, challenging and stimulating activities. 

Students were able to enjoy the opportunity to try their hand at a wide range of activities with interesting sounding names such as: “Mud Crawling”, “Puncture Drum” and “Lava”. There were also a number of mainstream activities like kayaking, raft building, treasure hunt and hiking that students participated in. All these activities were designed to build camaraderie within Year 8, enhance student knowledge and improve life skills.

The highlight of the learning journey for many was undoubtedly the Fire Show on the Tuesday evening. Many students were amazed at the performance given and were very enthusiastic in showing their appreciation.

Throughout the two days, students enhanced many existing skills and learnt some new ones along the way. Skills such as survival skills, thinking skills and listening skills were a feature of the learning journey. Team building and the need for trust and care and concern of each other were elements regularly emphasised by the instructors.

All in all, students returned to Kingsley tired but reinvigorated, happy in the knowledge of what they had achieved and confident that with the skills developed from this learning journey, they will be able to achieve much more in the future.