Taylor’s International School Kuala Lumpur was established in 1991 and is one of the primary schools in Malaysia. The school expanded to a second campus in Puchong in 2015. This campus is centrally located in Maluri, which is close to Bukit Bintang.
The Taylor’s Schools group furthermore has a sister school in Taylor’s International School Puchong.
The school follows the National Curriculum of England and students in the senior school are offered the IGCSE examinations. The school has a perfect balance of Eastern and Western values to build in an international-mindedness in students and create future leaders. The school offers education to students from primary up to secondary level.
The Taylor’s International School Kuala Lumpur offers excellent facilities to students for their overall growth. There is an extensive playground overlooking the KLCC building where students can enjoy playtime and a sports hall to aid their physical development.
Taylor’s International School motivates students to hone their skills in art and music and has a large music and drama studio. Students learn in modern classrooms and can gain practical experience in a state of the art science laboratory.
The school lays immense emphasis on language learning. Apart from English, students also learn Mandarin and Bahasa Malaysia. Students can take Mandarin as their first language or second language in the IGCSE level. They are also offered Malay as a foreign language in their IGCSE examinations. The school offers English as an essential language programme to students from Year 5 to Year 8 to hone their skills in the language.
Apart from the normal curriculum, the school also follows Quantum Learning, a research-based educational methodology which integrates best global practices. This programme was developed in the US and takes into account the natural ways in which the brain is trained to learn. Teachers are trained in this philosophy so that they can deliver the programme to enhance students’ participation, comprehension, reflection, participation and self-assessment.