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12th Private & International School Fair in Kuala Lumpur

Lots of exciting activities are in store for children during the Private & International School Fair on 3 & 4 November 2018, at the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre. The Learning is Fun Activity Area is at the Atrium.

Saturday, 3 November 2018

Time Activity Organisation
11.30am - 12.30pm Music from Mozart to Broadway! Tenby Schools Malaysia
12.45 - 1.45pm Singapore Maths: The Key to Transform Your Child's Interest in Maths HELP International School
2.00 - 3.00pm Game Warrior Intro: How to Make Arcade Games iTrainKids
3.15 - 4.15pm Comedy Magic with Puppets, Games and Balloons Sculpture Uncle Billy
4.30 - 5.30pm How Your Brain Works! Taylor's International School
5.45 - 6.45pm Ready to Challenge Japanese Mathematics? Gakken Classroom
Sunday, 4 November 2018
Time Activity Organisation
11.30am - 12.30pm Music as Our Daily Supplement Sayfol International School
12.45 - 1.45pm Exciting the Mind and Body through Drama Beaconhouse Schools
2.00 - 3.00pm Unleash Your Creativity Sunway International School
3.15 - 4.15pm Comedy Magic with Puppets, Games and Balloons Sculpture  Uncle Billy
4.30 - 5.30pm Arts & Music Workshop Kingsley International School

For more information on each activity, please see below.

Music from Mozart to Broadway

The talented musicians at Tenby Schools, Setia Eco Park will enchant you a wide range of repertoire from the most popular Classical Tunes to Movie Soundtracks, and from Pop to Broadway! Performed in the setting from individual solos to full ensemble, the one-hour concert will showcase our students' versatility and capability to interpret music from various periods of time and of course to serenade your listening pleasure.

At Tenby, we pride ourselves as a school that is able to accommodate and provides a wholesome music education to students at all levels of musicianship. The performers at the PISF this year range from beginners right up to students at various higher grades.

The setting of this concert will include individual solos, small ensembles, string orchestra, and a choir.


Game Warrior Intro: How to Make Arcade Games

Age Requirement: 9-12 years old

Limited to only 20 seats max.
Let’s use games as a catalyst to pique their curiosity in computer science! Learn programming through building their very own game!
Create and code your own version of an arcade space shooter game. Change the looks of the enemies and the attacks to make the game interesting. Take your first step to learn and master game development.
- Learn how to animate your sprites/characters to make it more appealing

- Understand computational thinking with the event and actions system of the software                                                                                                  


Ready to Challenge Japanese Mathematics?

Gakken Classroom will display a mathematical question to the students on spot and let them challenge the question first. There will be three questions from the Gakken Classroom Syllabus (same as Japan), from L7 to L5. As a benchmark system, L7 is equivalent to Grade 3 and L5  represents Grade 5 in Japan. The L8, which represents Grade 2 in Japan will be provided to younger children. The time to attempt each question is five minutes. Then will be a ten-minute explanation on how a particular question is solved in the Gakken Classroom way. 

*Three questions from three different levels will be prepared depending on the number of children who attend the workshop.    

Music as Our Daily Supplement

So, what is music? It is the vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion.

We all have some songs and tunes, which are deeply attached directly to our heart. That is why music can be considered as the “direct strings of the heart.”

Therefore, this beautiful creation of God has different impact and interpretation based solely on the listener. If you’re a student, this is important to note. Music can truly be a lifesaver when it comes to getting through the emotional highs and lows, and the energy ebbs and flows that accompany educational pursuits.

So, what’s the best music to listen to while studying? There’s not a simple answer, as different music has a different effect on the mind. Think of it as a supplement; just as different vitamins serve different functions in the body; different musical elements can help us in different ways and in different sectors of our life.

With that said, sit back, relax and let us - the Sayfol International School feed your mind and soul with some exciting performances!


Exciting the Mind and Body through Drama 

Learning through Drama provides students with the opportunity to practise and experience the English Language in practical situations. It will enhance their motivation to learn providing a fun and collaborative way to acquire new skills. Children practise their communication skills and develop confidence when supported by their peers.

Unleash Your Creativity

Children learn through things they are passionate about. In the Canadian Ontario Curriculum, it states, “education in the arts is essential to students' intellectual, social, physical, and emotional growth and well-being. Experiences in the arts - in music, dance, drama and visual arts - play a valuable role in helping students to achieve their potential as learners and to participate fully in their community and in society as a whole”.

At Sunway International School Iskandar, students have the opportunities to function as artists, as well as learners of the arts. This “Design Your Own Tote Bag” workshop is waiting for children aged between 5 – 12 years old, to experience creative moments with us. Hoping to see you there!


Comedy Magic with Puppets, Games and Balloons Sculpture

The Learning is Fun segment welcomes back Uncle Billy, who is ready to entertain the crowd once again! Uncle Billy is sure to make you laugh and giggle with his bag of tricks and puppet friends. He is a simple, silly man who believes laughter is truly the best medicine!