School snaps: BSKL secondary students enjoying new campus

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This article is brought to you in part by the British International School of Kuala Lumpur (BSKL).

Last term, BSKL opened its brand new Secondary Campus, a state-of-the-art environment that emphasises openness, collaboration, and a modern mindset for our older students, including our first Sixth Form cohort.

As well as housing classrooms, technology facilities, sports facilities, and a unique contemporary library, the building also incorporates the latest ideas and up-to-date features such as a 3D printing room and creative breakout spaces. The campus feels like a modern workplace, preparing students for university and future employment. The space has been carefully designed with wide corridors and stairwells, and huge floor-to-ceiling windows and skylights to make the most use of natural light. The aim of this open design is to create a stress-free and stimulating environment for the students to learn, study, and relax in.

The new campus has also freed up more space for the Primary School children. The Upper Primary students (Years 3-6) are now based in the old Secondary Campus, whilst the Lower Primary students (Years 1 and 2) remain in the same building. Both sites have had some facility updates, such as two new and improved libraries.

This article was originally published in The Expat magazine (February 2017) which is available online or in print via a free subscription.

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