The new Tenby Schools’ campus in Bandar Meru Jaya might just be the answer for parents who are seeking an international-level education for their kids. Covering an area of 13.5 acres, the school held its soft launch on Thursday, August 22.
With five campuses around Malaysia, Tenby has a total of more than 1000 students in all of its branches. In addition to Malaysians, many of them are of different nationalities such as Japanese, Koreans, Indians, Pakistanis, Americans and others.
The new campus offers a conducive and secluded environment which is very suitable for studying. It has many facilities that students can enjoy, like classroom blocks, early-years centres, specialist rooms for science subjects, library and an expressive arts centre.
Co-curricular programmes are given emphasis by the setting up of the sports complex that includes a swimming pool, football field and a multi-purpose hall. This is to keep students from burying their noses inside academic books all day.
“We encourage students to take part in at least one or more co-curricular activities,” said Mdm Lee Yam Sei, Director of Tenby Schools Ipoh.
With the vision of “A United World at Peace – Through Education”, Tenby hopes to promote a living model of racial and cultural diversity, international mindedness through its International and Malaysian curricula.