Located in an award-winning campus in Kota Damansara, Sekolah Sri KDU International School developed a reputation for high quality, all-round education, under its ethos of “letting every student shine”. Offering curriculum continuity from primary to secondary education, the school comprises Sri KDU Primary School and Sri KDU Secondary School.
One of the most important decisions that any family makes is the school they choose for their child's education. With the tagline "Malaysian Hearts, Global Minds", we constantly implement new initiatives to incorporate interactive learning and international perspectives within our curriculum.
The vibrant learning environment at our school provides opportunities for lively and meaningful interactions to take place - such as the basis of character development and our relationships among the school community.
The intentional infusion of the components of character development is a school-wide commitment to model, teach and expect demonstrations of the attributes in all school, classroom and extra-curricular activities.
The food and environment there is excellent ! Highly recommended.
Kim, 18/09/2022 @ 03:26:03
Music & Arts
Not what it use to be, no integrity among the key management. Where are all the expat teachers? Do not use covid as an excuse, other schools are able to bring them in before September. While your expats staff are still pending with the visa...
Imanu, 26/07/2022 @ 11:42:37
Music & Arts
KS2 teachers basically is absent and emailing no responses. Bully among the kids. School do nothing. Canteen foods most fried chicken or nuggets. No vegetables served. Teachers turn around. Primary worst, MCO Every day only 1hr 30 MINS online CLASSES. Only homeroom teacher teach 1hr 30min. From 8.20 to 9.40. Friday worst assembly only. Homeroom teachers teach all core subjects (maths, English, science, PSHLE) . The rest of time throwing lots of links except kid's DIY themselves. Submit or not submitted make no difference. Because is not mark and no remarks given. Principal will said it's OK. Don't force them. Or when kids struggle with maths, Mr X just leaves it. Do you think is it value for money? All the kids are glue to gadgets. During online all playing online games or chatting during classes sending texts to each other. Facilities share with private kdu. Academics all online, nothing need to jot down. Except kids to do DIY basically no coaching. Teachers don't come in classes no substitute teacher or random teacher come will ask kid's do your own stuff. Don't waste money here. I m really disappointed.
It's a new school everything new, the facilities very organised, the most I like is the children a lot too, choose if they like drums, piano, cooking, art, singing and they have dancing, studios, indoor and outdoor court