A specially curated school holiday programme to stimulate young minds
Imperial International School, Ipoh Perak will be organising a fun and exciting school holiday programme from 25-27 July 2022. Open to children aged 7-15 years old, the programme is designed around three enriching themes- ACTIVE, CREATE & LIFE SKILLS of the Lost Valley of Chief Powhatan programme.
The school holiday programme under the You Belong Campaign is aimed to prepare students with the right tools, skills and knowledge so that they are ready to face the REAL world with the highest level of readiness. Students will have fun building their own tribes through the lessons of leadership, strategy and planning, teamwork and character building.
“We recognise that the holidays are a break away from school learning for the children a great time for them to be exposed to new and exciting experiences. That is why this time round we have engaged an external training provider (Awesome Tribes) from KL to conduct the programme for a total different learning experience,” says Renita Simmunjalam, the Marketing and Admission Manager of Imperial International School.
She further explained, “Over the past two years we have not been able to conduct any physical activities, therefore this would be a good start to the new academic year in August 2022. We want students to have fun, learn new skills and discover themselves. Since we have opened the programme for all to join, it will be a great opportunity for us to showcase the school and at the same time excite parents to enquire for admissions.”
The school holiday programme is priced at RM 200 for Imperial Students and for non-Imperial students RM 220 (early bird) and RM 250 (post early bird). The fee includes meal and materials for the 3 full days.
To sign up and learn more swing by: School Holiday Programme: Lost Valley of Chief Powhatan | Imperial International School or WhatsApp the school admission team here: bit.ly/0176044968
Imperial International School Ipoh offers the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus for primary and secondary students from Year 1-11.