Open for registration - September 2014 intake
Open for registration - September 2014 intake

Our September 2014 intake is now open for registration. We welcome you to walk in to our School for enquiry or placement test now (limited seats available). We are open from Monday to Friday (8.00am to 5.00pm).
Seat booking is accepted. KINGSLEY, LIKE NO OTHER!

Creative with Clay!
Creative with Clay!

Our Year 1 and Year 2 students had a fantastic time being creative with clay. They visited the Clay Expression Studio in Subang Jaya, as part of Their Key Stage 1 Term 2 field trip requirement. They made their very own 'teddy themed' pencil holders (Year 1) and animal mugs (Year 2). Here are some of the photographs of this exciting trip.

 

Sports Carnival 2014
Sports Carnival 2014

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Thank you for all your support during our Sports Carnival, and there has been nothing but words of praises and encouragements for the school from you to continue growing and doing better. Only through the spirit of the sportsmanship and tolerance for the few imperfections that still require our attention, you have all been superb in uplifting the spirit of the staff who had been working hard to ensure that the Sports Carnival be the day for the students to run and enjoy the sunshine. Our students enjoyed the morning of participation, winning and accepting loses graciously, all in the spirit of sports.

EYD - Book Week Finale 2014
EYD - Book Week Finale 2014

 In Kingsley International School, we instill good reading habit in our students, and nurture them to enjoy reading a good book. It all started from Nursery and Reception. It was book week, and as part of Kingsley tradition, our young heroes dressed in their favourite book character's costumes and introduced the book they read to our parents. Aren't they fabulous?

Great Character, Strong Values and High Achievement
Great Character, Strong Values and High Achievement

“True education does not consist merely in the acquiring of a few facts of science, history, literature, or art, but in the Development of Character.” ― David O. McKay

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  • Creative with Clay!

    Our Year 1 and Year 2 students had a fantastic time being creative with clay. They visited the Clay Expression Studio in Subang Jaya, as part of Their Key Stage 1 Term 2 field trip requirement. They made their very own 'teddy themed' pencil holders (Year 1) and animal mugs (Year 2). Here are some of the photographs of this exciting trip.

  • Sports Carnival 2014

    Dear Parents/Guardians,

    Thank you for all your support during our Sports Carnival, and there has been nothing but words of praises and encouragements for the school from you to continue growing and doing better. Only through the spirit of the sportsmanship and tolerance for the few imperfections that still require our attention, you have all been superb in uplifting the spirit of the staff who had been working hard to ensure that the Sports Carnival be the day for the students to run and enjoy the sunshine. Our students enjoyed the morning of participation, winning and accepting loses graciously, all in the spirit of sports. 

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  • EYD - Book Week Finale 2014

    In Kingsley International School, we instill good reading habit in our students, and nurture them to enjoy reading a good book. It all started from Nursery and Reception. It was book week, and as part of Kingsley tradition, our young heroes dressed in their favourite book character's costumes and introduced the book they read to our parents. Aren't they fabulous?

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  • Jake & The Bean Stalk Drama

    Have you ever seen a giant that is small and cute? Or one that speak with the softest voice? How about Jack that climbed up the bean stalk just to find a magic lamp? All the fairy tales that we once knew were newly scripted by our Year 1 students and teachers during Kingsley Drama Day. In Kingsley International School, we teach our students to think outside the box and let creativity flows as they grow up. And yes, our Year 1 students lived up to our expectation when they performed the drama in front of our parents. WELL DONE!

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