The international school marks 30 years of major change in education

TAYLOR’S International School Kuala Lumpur (TIS Kuala Lumpur) celebrates 30 years of success as an educational institution that is constantly transforming to provide exceptional education for a rapidly changing world.

Having started in 1991 as a private school with a Malaysian curriculum, today it has grown into one of the country’s leading international schools.

TIS Kuala Lumpur has taken the UK curriculum and adapted it to the local community with a strong emphasis on soft skills and character building, as well as learning English, Bahasa Malay and Mandarin .

Over the past 30 years, the school has helped educate the youth of the world to take their place as leaders in the global community.

The school adopted quantum learning methodologies.

These methodologies are derived from effective teacher development programs in the United States, which focus on optimizing the learning of each student.

This made TIS Kuala Lumpur the first school in the world to receive the Quantum Learning Distinguished School Award.

The school has also led the change in terms of providing a comprehensive education in a stimulating environment, providing the ultimate experience for students and preparing them for the next step in their educational journey.

Students are encouraged to develop great character and soft skills that will help them become respectful and caring individuals, responsible and resilient leaders, and global citizens.

TIS Kuala Lumpur Principal Peter Wells said the school takes great pride in having accomplished so much in its 30 years.

“From its beginnings as Sekolah Sri Garden until today one of the most established international schools in Kuala Lumpur, the school will always have its rich history.

“With the changes that have been and will be implemented, the school will continue to be the industry leader with positive changes in the field of education and will provide students with great opportunities for a long time to come,” said he promised.

Meanwhile, Taylor’s Schools President BK Gan said, “What is most important to us as educators is that we are responsible for making sure that ‘what’ and ‘how’ we Deliveries are appropriate and relevant to prepare our students for an ever-changing world. .

“It has been an exciting 30 years for TIS Kuala Lumpur and if there is one thing we can promise our parents, it is that we will develop your child to be ‘fit for the future’ . “

Along with celebrating its anniversary, TIS Kuala Lumpur calls on all students and alumni to share their best memories of the school on a dedicated website,

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