The Alice Smith School was delighted and honoured
to welcome Her Excellency Vicki Treadell CMG MVO, the British High Commissioner
to Malaysia recently. Her Excellency was taken on a tour of the Primary Campus,
led by Head of School, Roger Schultz and Acting Primary Campus Principal,
Alison Nadarajah. H.E. Vicki thoroughly enjoyed the tour and even had the
opportunity to interact with the Pre-school children, Year 3s and several Art
“I am pleased to see how the Alice Smith School has
established a solid reputation as an international school offering a British
curricula in Malaysia. Its Primary Campus in Kuala Lumpur, which boasts an
array of facilities, reflects the school’s commitment to create a conducive
environment for a quality early education.” shared Her Excellency.
“Like the Alice Smith School, which has been around
since 1946, the UK has long-standing education ties with Malaysia, working in
partnership to enhance the standard of the English language, digital learning,
higher education as well as the technical and vocational training to support
Malaysia’s nation building.” she added.
As the oldest and most established British international school in
Malaysia, our British community which makes up the biggest population of 49
nationalities at the school was indeed honoured to host her.
During her tour, when shown the Art facilities, the students were
excitedly showing Her Excellency their beautifully designed birthday cards
which they are in the midst of preparing for entry in the art competition to
commemorate HM The Queen’s official birthday celebrations (QBP) to be held in
competition will certainly encourage our students to not only explore
traditional and modern works of art but to also enlighten and broaden their
knowledge of Great Britain.
The Alice Smith School will celebrate its rich
heritage of 70 years in Malaysia in 2016, making a significant contribution to
British education in Malaysia.
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