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Find the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Shambala Kidz Leadership Pre-School and the enrollment procedure in the following sections. 

If you have more questions, we encourage you to continue exploring this site, or call us at +6012 692 7012

Where is the best kindergarten in Malaysia?

The best is kindergarten is the one most fits to your child’s needs. Choosing what is right for your child really is not as prescriptive as it could be. Do some research of following points to choose a preschool that works for your child.

1. Cost
2. Teaching Methods
3. Location
4. Services
5. Class size
6. Approved by ministry of education?
7. Child care/ after school activities provided?

You will want to consider what you value in your child’s early education.

What is the teaching methods?

Academic, teachers lead the children in a more structured way, planning the activities, then guiding the children in doing them. The design is aimed at preparing kids for the kindergarten setting.

Our programme are designed to bring out children’s leadership potential which includes 11 individual leadership modules. In additional, our school syllabus is aligned with English, Malay and Mandarin so that our students are ready when he or she attends primary school.

The conveniences of the school?

Shambala Kidz Leadership Pre-school is located at Bukit Puchong, Selangor and it is a 3 minutes’ walk from Tesco Bukit Puchong. It is also easily accessible to residents living in the vicinity of Puchong Utama,  Nilam Terraces, Nilam Puri Condo, Baiduri Courts,etc. 5 minutes’ driving from SJK (C) Han Ming & Taylor’s International School.

Is the school provide nutritious meals?

We do not cut cost with the meals we provide our students at Shambala Kidz Leadership Pre-school. We provide 3 quality healthy meals a day – breakfast, lunch and tea. We have 4 menus that we rotate throughout calendar month, exclusively prepared to ensure children receive balanced healthy and nutritional meals..

Note :We do not serve deep fried food like fries or hash browns. We do not serve processed meats like fish-ball, luncheon meat, hotdog sausages. We only use real natural meats with nutrition.

What happens after school?

The integrated after-school program provides children with more opportunities to learn and grow and provides a seamless day for children.

Parents can choose to enroll their child in the after-school programs. Welcome to ask for more information about what programs are available.

How much it will cost?

Reasonable fees :Fees for the integrated after-school programs are set locally by school boards every year. Contact us for more information about fees.

What security measures are in place?

  • Teachers receive training through the District Crisis Team. Teachers and students practice crisis drills including fire drills.
  • There are several building procedures in place that address safety including the following:
  • All doors in the building are locked throughout the school day.
  • Adults entering the building must stop in the office.

Will the school board provide busing or other transportation for children to and from full-day kindergarten?

No. Parents are responsible for getting their child to and from the before- and after-school programs. Parents are also responsible for arranging for transportation.

How many students will be in a kindergarten class?

Kindergarten classes have an average of 20 students. With two qualified professionals in the classroom – a teacher and an early childhood educator  – there is an average of one adult for every 10 children. This means that more students will get one-on-one attention and opportunities to learn together in small groups.

Is the school offers full-day kindergarten for my children?

Yes, full-day kindergarten is provided but not mandatory. At the schools where full-day kindergarten is offered, parents can choose to remove their child for part of the day if that is what works best for them. Like existing kindergarten programs, parents will continue to have the choice about whether to enroll their four- and five-year olds in full-day kindergarten.

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