SETIA ALAM, 27 July 2018 – Enrolling your child at a school is a long-term commitment and requires a lot of thought, which is why Peninsula International School Australia in Setia Alam has decided to allow parents to let their children try out classes for free during its Open Week.
The Open Week starts on 30 July, Monday and ends on 3 August, Friday starting from 8.30 am to 12.30 pm daily. The free trial classes during Open Week were also in part due to requests from parents whose children wanted to try out the Peninsula experience. In fact, about 20 parents have RSVP-ed their children for the trial classes, with more requests coming in.
Parents who are interested can call the school at 03-50338000. Those who sign up during the Open Week will enjoy a RM1,000 rebate off their application fees.
The school has also several other on-going promotions. It will waive tuition fees for new students up to the amount of deposit forfeited by their current school. On top of that, high-achieving students stand to gain 50% off tuition fees, based on their performance in the School’s admissions assessment. Terms and conditions apply.
On 4 August parents will have the privilege to attend talks by a child psychologist and clinical psychologist from 10 am to 11 am followed by a tour of the school. The speakers are Mr Bashir Bashardoost on ‘Exploring Potential Growth Avenues for Children's Psychological Well Being’ and Dr Joel Low on ‘Child Psychology Development = Cyber Wellness.’
Peninsula International School Australia offers the Victorian Curriculum, known for holistic learning and nurturing students based on their capabilities and disposition, rather than age. It culminates in the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), a tertiary admission requirement widely accepted by leading universities in Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe, the United States and Malaysia, among others.
The school’s founding principal Mr Clive Rogers, is a veteran educationist whose career spanned over 40 years across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Caribbean. Up to 70% of the teachers in the school are expatriates, who have good experience in nurturing young minds.
The school has a capacity of 2,000 students and boasts of state-of-the-art facilities like science laboratories, music room and a modern library. It also has a rooftop pool and football field, an indoor sports hall, two outdoor courts and an auditorium that can seat 450 pax.