Canadian Certified Educators At SIS, all Ontario credit courses are taught by Canadian-certified professionals licensed by the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT). They are both teachers and mentors guiding our students with dedication in an approachable manner. They make learning enjoyable by employing engaging teaching methods that go beyond rote learning. In the learning skills section of our regular report cards, our teachers identify each student's strengths and weaknesses. This feedback identifies areas requiring further development and encourages students to build on their strengths.
Nurturing Environment SIS is set against a comfortable and supportive environment conducive for every student to excel academically and personally. Each teaching group is small enough to provide individual attention and allow each student to be nurtured and developed to their full potential. An engrossing and exciting learning environment allows students to make meaningful links between textbooks and the world beyond their classrooms.
Technology SIS is equipped with current and relevant teaching and learning facilities - wireless internet (WiFi) connection across our premise, access to individual personal computers and classroom teaching using interactive whiteboards. Our e-learning course management system permits teachers to share daily assignments and learning resources with students and parents.
Extracurricular We believe that SIS students should work hard and play hard. Apart from their academic routine, students take part in character building extracurricular activities. They form friendships, learn about teamwork and create cherished memories which they will bring with them for the rest of their lives. Students participate in after classroom hours recreation in sports-based and interest-based activities such as badminton, swimming, bowling, dance, rock band, drama, French club, green club and more.
School Trips Field Trip Day takes students out of the class and into new invigorating environments to teach them about local history, nature and contemporary culture. Students have travelled to Broga Hills, Gopeng and the Kinabatangan Rainforests, and engaged in new cultural experiences at the KL Performing Arts Centre and the Orang Asli village on Carey Island.