Deepavali Festival

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On 18 October 2014, The City Kindergarten & Schools Malaysia performed a fashion show for the Deepavali festival at Plaza Massalam. The plaza patrons, the students, and the parents enjoyed the colourful parade as the participants showcased varieties of Indian cultural wear.

Car Wash

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A beautiful day dawned on 11 July 2014, making it ideal for the car wash activity which was thoroughly enjoyed by the children. The objectives of this activity were to teach the concept of dirty and clean and to introduce various types of materials used to assemble a car. Children also drew and labelled the


Caterpillar Reading Programme

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The Caterpillar Reading Programme is a special programme for 4 to 12-year-old children. It focuses on phonemic awareness, phonics vocabulary building, and reading comprehension. As a result, students who join this programme learn to read quickly and easily and become independent readers at a very early age.

Super Kids Sports Day

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On 24 May 2014 the Annual Sports Day was held in the school for the very first time. The enthusiastic students gathered in Sports Houses at the school’s pavilion for the march past. The Sports Captains took the oath of sportsmanship on behalf of the school. This was followed by the opening event. It was


First Open Day

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The first Open Day was held on 7 May 2014 when the school was opened to the public. Parents enjoyed the activities conducted and were excited to see the children’s progress. They were impressed by the new look of the school, the curriculum, and the co-curricular activities that have been introduced by Principal Mrs Tayyabah


First Parent-Teacher Meeting

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The first PTM was conducted on 13 May 2014 to discuss students’ progress and overall development. Parents also gave their opinions and suggestions for the betterment of their children’s education.