“Being in school for our Early Years Foundation Stage children means everything. Seeing them so happy discovering, exploring, developing physical abilities and challenging themselves is simply amazing!” ~ Alan McCarthy, Primary Principal.
With carefully crafted curriculum and learning environments at the Alice Smith School, this mode of education ensures that your child can:
- Move between indoor and outdoor spaces more easily so they can engage in varied, exploratory and physical play
- Explore language rich environments where children learn a love of books and reading
- Engage in music and movement sessions led by specialist teachers from the Music, PE and Swim departments who are experts within this age phase
- Work with adults who are aware of the developmental milestones of your child, track progress and can skillfully interact with them during child-directed and adult-led learning
Play-based learning experiences are planned around your child’s interests, curiosities and their natural quest for knowledge; leading to inquiry, investigations, discovery and active hands-on exploration.
" ExpatGo welcomes and encourages comments, input, and divergent opinions. However, we kindly request that you use suitable language in your comments, and refrain from any sort of personal attack, hate speech, or disparaging rhetoric. Comments not in line with this are subject to removal from the site. "
A Passion for their Products
The driving force behind any entrepreneurship, like any entrepreneur will tell you, is passion. Jaap Snoeck Henkemans and Cilia van Woensel, a...
Adventures in Tin Town
History and heritage abound in the former mining town of Ipoh, Perak. David Bowden discovers its colonial and culinary charms
The Artist Profile of Shahar Koyok
I first met Shaq, the only Orang Asli in Malaysia with a Bachelor's Degree, a few years ago. I sensed as soon...
Setting the Record Straight on the i-PASS
There can be few expats that have not heard the chatter about the i-PASS - the new identification card for working expats...
And the Winner is…
Held bi-annually, The Malaysia Tourism Awards began in 1987 and are considered the highest accolade given in recognition to those who excel...
The Malaysian Government have a whole range of plans and schemes in place to help promote and accelerate the development of the...
Expat Extracts – March 2012
Want to see who you're sharing this foreign land with? Get acquainted with this quartet of expats! If you'd like to see...
Expat News- March 2012
In recognition of the Malaysian Government's plans to attract more foreigners to Malaysia and liberalise the rules on visas and work permits,...
Kewlox Arrives in Malaysia
Since 1959, the people of Belgium have been enjoying the high-quality storage solutions offered by Kewlox, and it was with much excitement...
Talent Corporation, or TalentCorp, is an initiative within the Prime Minister's Department that takes on the challenge of improving the talent pool...