SOCIAL THEME EVENT 2020
The task of the educator is not to cut down jungles, but to irrigate deserts.
Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.
“One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world”
Teachers are essentially mentors and friends to our students, helping them connect their skills and strengths to the curriculum and extracurricular pursuits of the school.
Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for upper Secondary. It is recognised by leading universities and employers worldwide, and is an international passport to progression and success.
Character Development is a central pillar of our school. Our Character Development Programme is a multi-faceted program wherein we leverage off the time we spend with our students to lay the foundations of character and moral values that go beyond the normal classroom experience. It is comprised of four key elements; social themes (previously known as term themes), bootcamps and entrepreneurship and extra-curricular activities.
Ministry of Education MOE Malaysia
“Our painful and never ending search for best International Islamic school in Malaysia ceased when we discovered SSI. Exemplary core Cambridge curriculum, extensive Islamic modules and focus on holistic character development made SSI a stand out school for us. It’s really inspiring to be involved with such a committed group of parents, teachers and the management in such an open and positive relationship, sharing the common visions all for the benefit of the children”.
Director, Global Markets Bank of America Merrill Lynch
I would like to take this opportunity to say a few words on Seven Skies through sharing experiences that may help understand how this particular school stands out from the rest. “Our children has joined more than two years back – almost at the inception point of the school. Within the first three months we were invited to the Term Theme evening. It was an eye-opening experience as the children were the moderators, usher, MCs, and of course performing on the stage. Every student of each class was on the stage and displaying a meaningful role. Islamic Schools tend to be seen as claustrophobic to personal growth and expression, whereas we found, to our surprise, our children had actually opened up. They were having fun showcasing talent and ideas, all within the boundaries…”