All students have the potential to achieve great success. The key lies in how that potential can be drawn out. At Sri KDU International School Klang, we help students develop an attitude of achievement by coaching them to excel in a diverse range of activities, such as Academics, Sports, Arts & Culture, and not just in academics. These will be delivered in an environment that emphasizes discipline and character-building.
This will give them a well-rounded experience and help them build confidence in themselves to handle any challenge. As they grow in confidence, our students can then begin to develop digital leadership qualities, with technology as a key enabler.
To this end, Sri KDU International School Klang provides students with:
To thrive in the 4th Industrial Revolution (IR4.0) students need to develop proper digital-mindedness and the digital skillsets. We prepare your child to be digital leaders in an IR4.0 world through our unique Digital Leadership curriculum, which runs alongside the mainstream curriculum. In collaboration with key digital players, we nurture a school culture modeled on tech campus culture, which is the seedbed of innovation in the Silicon Valley.
In order to forge a path not only for themselves in the future, but also for companies and society as digital leaders, students need to have a clear understanding of themselves and the world around them
We provide all the tools and opportunities necessary for our students to attain this awareness and clarity of their life and career goals. To help your child remain on the developmental right path, we help your child through:
Students thrive when they enjoy learning in a supportive and positive environment that gives every child the space to explore, satisfy their curiosity and develop the joy of learning. We do this by creating a safe, enjoyable and engaging full-campus learning environment through:
Tech-rich collaboration space – for ideal 21st-century learning. Designed to facilitate a myriad of learning activities, solo learning and testing, but most importantly promote collaborative group work.
Set up like a google office, in this space our students will learn to program, code, learn about hardware and software as well as website design. It’s much more than mastering the basics of Microsoft office!
Design and Technology (D&T) is a school subject under the National Curriculum of England, used for students to develop a range of designing skills and technical skills. This is a highly practical subject using a range of materials and graphic media.
Students work on many interesting projects here that use state-of-the-art CAD-CAM machines such as the laser cutter and 3D printer.
A collaborative work space where our students can make, learn, explore and share ideas on how to innovate with the usage of high tech to no tech tools. This space is to promote STEAM activities (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics)
The lab is equipped with 3D printers, sewing machines, electronic cutters, soldering equipment etc