Templer Park International School

Rawang, Selangor
Essential Information
Preschool/Kindergarten Primary Schools Secondary Schools Pre-University
2017
80
American Cambridge A Levels
EDMENTUM, SAT , O Level & Cambridge IGCSE
Early Childhood, Primary School, Middle School, High School, Pre-university
Maximum 15 students per class
English
January to November
7.30AM – 6:30PM
8.00AM – 3.00PM

About Templer Park International School

Templer Park International School (TPIS) is the largest “Green Park” school in Malaysia, offers multiple learning opportunities. Uses British Cambridge curriculum with American curriculum as a DUAL learning opportunity and added value creation. #YearnToLearn

TPIS aims to become the most successful and highly respected school with very high standards leading to outstanding students’ achievements and holistic outcomes. We must uphold and continue these as they are the foundations for student success and access to further educational opportunities for students.

At the same time, we must prepare our students with the contemporary skills attributes, and understanding of concepts that prepare them for their fast-changing globally-connected, ambitious, and technology-rich future to enable them to lead the world into an even better future.

Preschool Education

Sep to July

7.30AM – 3.30PM

“Our Early Years programme is where we lay the solid foundations for each individual child’s success. Our approach is simple-we know your child so that we can support their individual learning needs every step of the way”

Our Kindergarten Programme provides a balanced education focusing on physical, mental, moral, emotional and social development. TPIS recognizes that every child deserves the best possible start in life, and educational foundations begin well before Primary school. We focus on whole child development and foundational skills to enhance literacy, numeracy and self-confidence.

Our pre-school curriculum is established on four guiding principles of the Early Years Foundation (EYF), assuming that: 

      • Every child is unique, and can be capable, resilient and autonomous learners
      • Children learn to be independent through supportive and positive relationships
      • Students learn in environments that enable them, where a partnership exists between teachers and parents
      • Learning is differentiated, and thus, teaching must focus on strengths and talents

Lessons are delivered under Thematic Approach and Play-Based Learning that covers areas such as:

Language & Phonics

Mathematics

Science

Arts & Reading

 

Subjects Taught: English Language, Malay Language, Mathematics, Art and Design, Mandarin Language, Environmental and people, Physical Education and Music.

Medium of Communication: English

Pre-University Education

At the Pre-University Study Centre, we prepare students for the General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level qualification through examinations by the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). CIE is one of the world’s leading providers of international qualifications and assessments, and is part of the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES) which has developed and promoted qualifications around the world for almost 150 years. The A Level is a worldwide internationally recognised Pre-University Qualification.

The GCE A Level qualification emphasises on knowledge, understanding, reasoning abilities and skills. It is one of the most recognised pre-university qualifications in the world, and is accepted as proof of academic ability for entry into world-class universities in the United Kingdom, USA, Singapore, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Malaysia, to name a few.

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1. TPIS offers grants to students according to the following criteria:

1.1. The students listed as 1 to 5 toppers in the country will be offered a full grant of their tuition fees

1.2. The students listed as 6 to 10 toppers in the country will be offered a grant equivalent to a 30% discount on their tuition fees

1.3. Students getting 95% and above in their latest academic year will be offered a grant equivalent to a 20% discount on their next year

1.4. Students getting 90%—94.99% in their latest academic year will be offered a grant equivalent to a 10% discount on their next year

2. TPIS offers grants to the students’ siblings as follows:

2.1. 5% discount on the tuition fees for 1st sibling registered

2.2. 10% discount on the tuition fees starting from the 2nd sibling registered

3. TPIS offers grants to students with proven sports records as follows:

3.1. 20% for those with Gold Medals

3.2. 15% for those with Silver Medals

3.3. 10% for those with Bronze Medals

4. TPIS offers grants of the value of 30% of the tuition fees to the siblings and children of the academic and administrative staff.

5. TPIS offers additional grants to the continuing students equivalent 5% discount on their next year’s tuition fees with a maximum accumulation of 20%

6. TPIS offers the X administrative staff member, who wishes to enroll their siblings with TPIS, grants of the value of a 20% discount on the tuition fees, on condition that his/her services were not terminated with major breach/misconduct.

7. TPIS offers grants equivalent to a 30% on the next year’s tuition fees to students who lose their father because of death during their studies at TPIS. This grant continues until grade 12, and is given according to the following rules:

7.1. To prove the death of the father by attested death certificate

7.2. The student is not on a scholarship from any official party

7.3. The student benefits from this grant in the semester following the submission of the certificate of the death of the father

7.4. The student does not have other resources which enable him/her to continue their studies.

Templer Park International School Fees Structure

The School Fees: FEE DETAILS > CLICK HERE

  • Application Fee 1000 > RM 0
  • Registration Fee 4000 > RM 0
  • Security Deposit (One-time Payment Upon Acceptance Of The Offer Letter.) 10,000 > RM 0
  • Annual Tuition Fee (Early Childhood, KG 1 & KG 2) 25,000 > RM 16,250
  • Annual Tuition Fee (Grade 1, 2 & 3) 30,000 > RM 19,000
  • Annual Tuition Fee (Grade 4, 5 &6) 35,000 > RM 22,750
  • Annual Tuition Fee (Grade 7, 8 & 9) 40,000 > RM 26,000
  • Annual Tuition Fee (Grade 10) 40,000 > RM 29,250
  • Annual Tuition Fee (Grade 11 & 12) 50,000 > RM 32500
  • Resources Fees (Books and Uniform, 1 set) > RM 3,000
  • Annual Fees (Science, Technology, Innovation, Robotics, Drama, Music & Sports) > RM 3,000
  • International Office (Visa Counselling, Application, Processing & Insurance) > RM 2,500

Terms & Conditions:

  1. An additional 3% rebate on the Tuition Fees will be given if Tuition Fee is paid in full before the 1st day of Term1.
  2. Application, Registration, and International Office fees are non-refundable.
  3. Tuition, Books & uniforms, and Annual Fees are to be paid before the beginning of each term, three terms a year; these fees are not refundable nor transferable.
  4. The school reserves the right to impose a late payment charge of 5% per annum on all outstanding fees which have not been paid by the 15th day of the commencement of the new school term Security Deposit is payable together with the other fees upon the confirmation of admissions. It is refundable subject to terms and conditions.
  5. Parents should notify of the student’s withdrawal by submitting the withdrawal forms to the school at least one (1) term in advance. Failure to do so will result in the forfeiture of the refundable deposits.
  6. All fees are not inclusive of any transportation, meals, lunch, or snacks; (for more details kindly check with your academic counselor)

GRANT & SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS

1. TPIS offers grants to students according to the following criteria:

1.1.  The students listed as 1 to 5 toppers in the country will be offered a full grant of their tuition fees

1.2.  The students listed as 6 to 10 toppers in the country will be offered a grant equivalent to a 30% discount on their tuition fees

1.3.  Students getting 95% and above in their latest academic year will be offered a grant equivalent to a 20% discount on their next year

1.4.  Students getting 90%—94.99% in their latest academic year will be offered a grant equivalent to a 10% discount on their next year

2. TPIS offers grants to the students’ siblings as follows:

2.1.  5% discount on the tuition fees for 1st sibling registered

2.2.  10% discount on the tuition fees starting from the 2nd sibling registered

3. TPIS offers grants to students with proven sports records as follows:

3.1.  20% for those with Gold Medals

3.2.  15% for those with Silver Medals

3.3.  10% for those with Bronze Medals

4. TPIS offers grants of the value of 30% of the tuition fees to the siblings and children of the academic and administrative staff.

5. TPIS offers additional grants to the continuing students equivalent 5% discount on their next year’s tuition fees with a maximum accumulation of 20%

6. TPIS offers the X administrative staff member, who wishes to enroll their siblings with TPIS, grants of the value of a 20% discount on the tuition fees, on condition that his/her services were not terminated with major breach/misconduct.

7. TPIS offers grants equivalent to 30% on the next year’s tuition fees to students who lose their father because of death during their studies at TPIS. This grant continues until grade 12, and is given according to the following rules:

7.1.  To prove the death of the father by attested death certificate

7.2.  The student is not on a scholarship from any official party

7.3.  The student benefits from this grant in the semester following the submission of the certificate of the

death of the father

7.4.  The student does not have other resources which enable him/her to continue their studies.

Rules and Conditions:

The following conditions are considered in offering the grants:

  1. The student should not be warned during the semester he/she gets the grant
  2. The grants are applicable only when the total invoice is paid in full
  3. The grants are in continuing status; with no intercalation or suspension
  4. The grants and discounts do not cover repeated years(if failed)
  5. A student can get two or more grants simultaneously; if he/she is eligible for more than one grant, with a maximum of 20% or the higher grant offered.

Additional Programmes

Scouting, Horse Riding, Zip-line, Archery, Football, Hockey, Soccer, Drama, Chess Game, Dance Classes, Aerobic, Yoga, Competitions, Swimming Pool, Taekwondo.

Languages Taught

English
Mandarin
French
Bahasa Melayu

Facilities

Swimming pool
Air-conditioned classrooms
Library
Sports field
Canteen/Cafeteria
Playground
Auditorium
Theatre facilities
Art room
Music room
Gazebos, garden, scouting area, zipline

Extracurricular Activities

Scouting, Horse Riding, Zip-line, Archery, Football, Hockey, Soccer, Drama, Chess Game, Dance Classes, Aerobic, Yoga, Competitions, Swimming Pool, Taekwondo.

Additional Information

TPIS offers Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) has served as a benchmark in global education for over three decades. IGCSE is considered the equivalent of the GCSE qualification that students in the United Kingdom take in Year 10-11.

For students in international schools around the world, Cambridge IGCSEs have become the Gold Standard for high school qualifications. IGCSEs signal the completion of secondary school education and are designed for students who wish to progress to A-levels before entering university.

Often, undergraduate programs will specify that incoming students meet certain IGCSE level requirements to gain admission, and top-level schools may require A-level grades. Sometimes, employers may also require applicants to meet minimum requirements in Math and English IGCSEs.

IGCSEs are available in a wide range of subjects. These include English Language and Literature, English as a Second Language, Mathematics, Economics, Biology, History and Physics, or Global Perspectives, to name only a few. At BIS, students are expected to take our two core IGCSE subjects, Math and English. Students may then choose 4 to 5 additional subjects, depending on intended major, future career path, or simply personal interest. Students choosing a stream must take at least three subjects from that stream.

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