Fees / Price
|Number of students||
|Average number of students per class||
|Language support for students not fluent in the school's language of instruction||
|Additional language classes offered by the school||
French, Chinese, Malay
|Entry evaluation for students||
Entrance assessment and interviews.
|Brief description of entry evaluation required||
This assessment involves not only written tests, but also interviews with, one or more, senior members of the teaching staff.
|External examinations/assessments available||
|Dedicated staff/programs for students with special learning needs||
ELC does not currently have a Learning Support Unit for students with Special Educational Needs. Hence each application is considered carefully to ensure that ELC is able to offer an appropriate learning environment to all our students.
|School start time||
|School finish time||
|Extracurricular activities or clubs offered||
Taekwondo, drama and dance, orchestra
|School provided lunches||
|Sports activities included||
|Sports facilities at the school||
2 acre sports field, 4 lane swimming pool, padding pool, play areas for younger children, covered basketball/badminton court, volleyball court.
|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school||
ELC provides an environment which is not only conducive to learning and character building, but where students are prepared for the responsibilities, opportunities and challenges of adulthood.
While ELC subjects and teaching methods have evolved in keeping with the best practices in Britain and Malaysia, the values have remained traditional and true to the school's credo - ELC, which stands for excellence in everything the school does, loyalty to the School, to its students and to each other, and commitment to continuous improvement in what the school does and in the achievements of ELC students.
|Teaching approach of the school||
The curriculum used, in both the Primary and Secondary Divisions, is modelled on the National Curriculum for England. The School curriculum aims to:
From Early Years to Year 9 the curriculum is patterned on practices in leading British schools.
For Years 10 & 11 the students are prepared for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education [IGCSE] which they will be presented for in Year 11. The detailed curriculum for Years 10 & 11, which is exam based, is prescribed by the University of Cambridge - Cambridge International Examinations.
For Secondary Division there is no separation into Science and Arts streams. At the point of entry to Year 10, students together with their parents are advised on an optimum combination of subjects to begin the process of preparation for preferred career paths and university education. There is no direct admission into Year 11 as the IGCSE programme is a 2 year programme beginning in Year 10.