Primary School
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The Primary education @ MLKIS is a learner-led classroom, optimised for students through continuous measured assessment, cooperative learning, student management monitoring and constructive feedback. From our many years of experience, we believe a strong grasp of the medium of instruction is vital to effective learning. Thus, we cultivated a culture-rich environment that encourages good literacy skills encompassing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. The curriculum is divided into two distinct learning stages, namely Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.

Essential Information

Key Stage 1
Year 1 to Year 3

In the first stage, students are introduced to key learning skills developed through a hands-on and experiential approach. The community at MLKIS work hand-in-hand to nurture and guide each student to grow into their full potential in their own capacity. They are provided with multiple opportunities to learn in an environment conducive to learning. MLKIS exposes the students to a broad range of subjects that equips them with skills and knowledge in a vigorous and fun-filled cross-curricular approach such as English Literacy, Numeracy, Science, PSHE, Music, Art, Physical Education and Modern Foreign Language (MFL). This furnishes students with the confidence and strong foundation needed to move confidently to the next level (Key Stage 2). Speech and communication is essential for the holistic development of students. Thus, Malay and Mandarin are introduced to help each child learn two of the widely used languages in the country, giving them insights into the local culture as well as the ability to converse in the language.

Key Stage 2
Year 4 to Year 6

Key Stage 2 encompasses a broad range of subjects such as English Literacy, Mathematics, Science, Humanities which includes History & Geography, ICT and PSHE. These subjects form the foundation needed at Key Stage 3. English Literacy and Mathematics are taught daily.

A strong focus on the four skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing is reflected in the teaching of English Literacy and mental, practical and application is the focus of Mathematics at this level.

Music, Art & Design and Physical Education continues to build on the creative and physical aspect of learning.
MFL (Modern Foreign Language) is continued with Malay and Mandarin with a stronger emphasis on listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.
These subjects are delivered in an enjoyable, engaging and group oriented learning where the class teachers and the specialists facilitate the learning.

Primary School Programme Information

Our commitment to offering a broad programme allows our students to align personal motivations and academic strengths with their studies.

Curriculum

International Primary Curriculum Developed by the University Of Cambridge International Examinations

Entry Requirements

To gain entry, Students are required to pass the School placement test before a Letter of Offer is issued

Intake

Meal Plan

Breakfast and lunch are provided to students according to our termly School Meal Plan. (Compulsory for all students).

Sensory
Sensory

The multi-sensory and experiential learning are extended from our Early Years Education with science kits, games, mathematical manipulatives, interactive whiteboards, computer skills and field trips for a hands-on and experiential learning journey.

The excursions (educational field trips) are key aspects of a purpose-filled learning for our students. It has been integrated to sharpen their ability to apply the concepts learnt to practice aspects of learning.

homework
homework

Homework is provided as a tool of measurement for the teachers to gauge understanding of a student on the lessons throughout the week, consolidates the lessons taught and facilitates a student’s learning progress. Students are assessed by the individual teacher in Terms 1, 2 and 3.

Subjects offered

Year 1 to 2

Year 3 to 6

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PLACEMENT TEST

Year 1 to 2

A class sit-in is required from 10.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m. Students will join our current students in class, and a test will be conducted by the Head of Key Stage 1 in-between lessons.

Year 3, 4, 5 & 6

A written placement test is required for English and Mathematics. The placement test is usually conducted between Monday to Friday (9.00 a.m. – 11.30 a.m.)

Transportation

Transportation services are available for nearby areas such as:

Putra Heights

USJ

Subang Jaya

Kota Kemuning

Puchong (most areas)

and more...

Putra Heights

USJ

Subang Jaya

Kota Kemuning

Puchong (most areas)

and more...

You are welcome to check with Customer Care Personnel at +603 8780 0490/91 for more information.
Transporter company is appointed by Maple Leaf Kingsley International School and they will liaise with the parents.
We do not operate the transportation services and only provide the transport service providers contact to interested students.

Facilities

School Hours

Monday

07:40 AM - 03:30 PM

(weekly assembly)

Tuesday - Wednesday

07:40 AM - 03:00 PM

Thursday

07:40 AM - 04:00 PM

Friday

07:40 AM - 02:20 PM