Understanding Your Teenager
Currently featured on our blog! (Guest post by Geoff Taylor, the Head of Young Learners at the British Council in Malaysia)
It can be a challenge to both be a teenager and raise a teenager. This is due to the vast mental and physical changes that teens are undergoing, and, the uneven pace of these changes. Remembering that sometimes your teenager has no more control over their actions and feelings than you do, and that your role is to show them how to behave like a good adult, can be an effective way to guide them through this stage in life.
About the British Council in Malaysia
Our teaching centres in Kuala Lumpur, Damansara and Penang offer English courses for kids and teens. Your children will learn more than just language, they will develop skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, making connections and leadership. Our January intake is now open for registration with early bird discount until 30 November. If you’re interested to know more, please speak with one of our friendly consultants by booking a free consultation here.
Raising your children to be future-ready
“Will my child be ready for the future?”
Am I doing enough to prepare my children for the demands of tomorrow? Should I let my child focus only on academics, or would a holistic education that is broader be more advantageous?
This is one concern we hear often from parents especially considering today’s global environment where changes in technology and connectivity happen all the time.
Read on to find out how Taylor's International School (TIS) prepares your children to be future-ready. Find out more about TIS January 2022 intake and how you can prepare your child to be ready for the future.
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Easing the Back-to-School Transition Through Online Enrichment Classes
Students in Malaysia, like many other students across the globe, have been experiencing quality learning loss for two years now due to school closures.
While the education imperative calls upon pivoting to technology in hopes of learning continuity, limited resources and knowledge of remote teaching and learning illustrate a less ideal reality. Fortunately, schools in Malaysia are opening again in March 2022.
But here comes the biggest challenge yet: With less than three months before going back to school, how do parents ensure that their children can quickly shift gears to face the academic year – plus important examinations – in the new normal?
Sri KDU International School Kota Damansara Info Week
Sri KDU International School Kota Damansara (SKIS) will be having its Info week from 22nd to 27th November 2021. SKIS offers the National Curriculum of England , IGCSE and IBDP with an impressive academic track record since 2011. At Sri KDU International School, you can expect holistic education which balances academic, creative and sporting excellence.
Here's what can you expect from the SKIS Info Week from 22nd - 27th November 2021
School previews and campus tour
Exclusive 1-on-1 e-meet with the academic team
Free online taster lessons for students
Exclusive discounts for enrolments during Info Week
Sri KDU International School Klang Open Day
Join Asia's 1st School for Digital Leadership for the final Open day of the year where the following activities have been planned.
Academic counselling session with teachers
Preview sessions conducted in English and Mandarin
Join the bilingual preview session on any of the following times on both dates 27th and 28th November 2021.
Preview Session 1 (English & Mandarin) 10.00am - 11.00am
Preview Session 2 (English & Mandarin) 12.00pm - 1.00pm