Holistic Growth Through Wider Experiences
Our School’s enrichment activities give students many opportunities to try a variety of new activities, which will help them develop character, resilience and confidence. Through these activities, students can discover more of their interests and about themselves as they pursue wider goals.
We encourage all students to develop and showcase their talents through the various enrichment activities in our school. There are ample opportunities for them to experience achievement outside of the classroom in order to gain a broad range of skills that will help them thrive in the 21st Century.
As a vibrant and diverse community, our children will also be learning how to communicate skilfully, share knowledge generously and express their ideas in any medium and in multiple languages as they collaborate with others.
- Paramount Championship
- Dragons’ Den
- Local and international competitions.
- Charity and ecological activities
- First Aid Classes
- Activities Week
RESILENCE & CONFIDENCE
Talent Showcases and School Productions
Our School celebrates all our students’ talents and interest and we invite parents and friends of the School to join us in these showcases. Performances will vary in size and formality, ranging from a class, to a year group, to whole school productions. We encourage every child to participate in at least one showcase in any capacity during their time in school.
Trips and excursion are an essential part of any high–quality academic or pastoral curriculum. Trips give students the opportunity to gain new experiences and knowledge of the world around them. Students in our School have the chance to visit a variety of local and overseas places. As a Microsoft Flagship Schools, Sri KDU International School Klang has the privilege of linking with other Microsoft Flagship Schools around the world for exchange programmes.
The school runs a House System to support the ethos of positive behaviour, promote leadership, encourage participation, collective responsibility. All students and staff will be assigned a house, and each student can earn points for their House. House points are earned for different types of achievements and competitions that encompass a wide range of sporting, academic and community activities. The “House Cup” will be awarded at the end of the year to the House with the most points. Students belong to 1 of 4 houses and apply to become House captains and team leaders.