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Q1. When was Sri Garden established?
Sri Garden was established in 1991 and will be celebrating our 20th Anniversary in 2011.
Q2. What syllabus do you offer?
Catering to Kindergarten through to Form 5 students, Sri Garden is a Malaysian Curriculum school offering KBSR and KBSM.
Q3. How many students to a class?
We accommodate maximum 28 students per class.
Q4. What is the student mix at Sri Garden?
Majority of our students are Malaysians from the three main races – Malay, Chinese and Indian. The balance (about 6%) of the student community are expatriates from over 12 different countries.
Q5. How much are the school fees?
For 2009, the average school fees are as follows:
Kindergarten section (Reception to Pre-School): average RM7,058 per annum
Primary section (Years 1 to 6): average RM10,767 per annum
Secondary section (Form 1 to 5): average RM13,189 per annum
Q6. Why do parents want to send their children to Sri Garden?
At Sri Garden, we provide a balanced and holistic educational experience that focuses on Academic Excellence, Character Building and Physical Health & Development for our students. Our school programme engages the students through the Six Dimensions (Social, Cultural, Economics, Political, Technology and Learning) in the application of their knowledge and skills.
We offer a solid foundation in the three main languages – English, Malay and Mandarin – in the delivery of our curriculum. Students are able to benchmark their English proficiency levels against international standards through ESOL (English Speakers for Other Languages) examinations by University of Cambridge. For Mandarin, students across all year groups can choose to learn it starting from basic communication all the way to sitting for the Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) examinations, which is an internationally recognised Mandarin programme developed by the Beijing Language and Cultural University.
The academic staff at Sri Garden are hand picked from diverse backgrounds and rigorously trained in various international level teaching programmes to ensure they deliver the best educational experience for our students.
Our facilities and resources are constantly upgraded to meet changing needs and expectations.
Q7. What kind of track record can you speak of for Sri Garden?
In August 2009, Sri Garden was awarded the 5 Star standard quality evaluation by the Ministry of Education. This award recognises Sri Garden’s outstanding achievements in areas such as academic excellence, overall school management, co-curricular and teaching & learning.
Q8. What kind of co-curricular activities (CCA) do you offer?
The CCA programme at Sri Garden aims to develop our students’ confidence and leadership qualities as well as nurture their interest in non-academic pursuits.
We offer the following activities:-
- Art & Craft Club
- Model of United Nations
- Mandarin Society
- Chess Club
- Interact Club
- Youth Act Club
- Kiwanis Club
- Crime Prevention Club
- Hospitality & Tourism Club
- Young Entrepreneur Club
- Cultural & Heritage Club
- ICT Club
- English Language Society
- Persatuan Bahasa Melayu
- Space Club
- Red Crescent Society
- Police Cadet
- Girl Guides
- Boys Brigade
Q9. Are all your teachers trained and qualified to teach?
The majority of teachers in the School are fully qualified and possess long teaching experience at their respective levels. Graduate teachers who do not have teaching qualification are given professional training support in collaboration with Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) to acquire their Diploma in Education.
The school also invests in international level teacher training programes (eg. Quantum Learning for Teachers from the US) to ensure our teachers are equipped with the latest innovative teaching methods to engage students effectively in their learning.
Q10. Do you experience a high turnover of teaching staff?
No. The School prides itself over the fact that the majority of our teachers are long-term committed employees dedicated to giving their best to the School and its students.
Q11. What security measures are taken to ensure the safety and well-being of students?
Student security and their well-being are always given top priority by the School Management and staff. The School has the services of a professional security firm whose officers are on duty round the clock and it has put in place a CCTV surveillance system that covers the entire school compound. No student is allowed to leave the School compound during school hours without proper authorisation.
Q12. Where do your students go after completing their SPM?
The majority of our Form 5 students move on to continue their education in colleges and eventually complete their tertiary education either locally or overseas. Form 5 students of Sri Garden enjoy a fee discount should they continue their studies in Taylor's College.
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