6 reviews for Sayfol International School
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My kids love the school so far, no complains from them and from me so far about the teachers and the managements. Teachers are professional and some are strict, which is fine to me as the kids do need some level of discipline especially on timing and rules in classroom. They ensure the kids grasp the concepts and for the weak ones, they will give extra attention to make sure they are not being left out. The teachers are attentive and proactive, caring and amazing at their job. They do not dismiss my kids on their random thoughts and always encourage them to express their ideas. One time when one of my kid encountered bullying incident, the homeroom teacher reported to the principal immediately and the teacher addressed the matter efficiently and gave a supportive and encouraging pep talk to my son to ensure my son feels safe, which was very thoughtful. The Principal too took the ... read full review
Thank you teachers, my son is enjoying his online classes and is super excited for school. Here's a shoutout to the teachers for planning well during this pandemic. School is no necessarily easy for us, parents, but we appreciate all the care and attention given to our son.
School is awesome in town. Excellent teaching skills, big playing ground, much more extra activities. Satisfied.
My childrens' teachers were very hands-on throughout their online classes. No frills, straight to the point just like how they taught my children in physical classes. One of the best schools that did not compromise on their online teaching.
Due to covid-19 outbreak, the Malaysian immigration granted our family to stay in the country until 31st of August 2020, but the Italian embassy warned us to leave the country immediately (by 29th June) in order to avoid any issue due to the overstay. We have provided copy of email from the embassy to te Sayfol school. According to the immigration and embassy, we could re-entered at the end of the recovery MCO in September 2020 as a tourist and apply again for the work permit. So late June, we left Malaysia all together as we cannot divide our family.
Unfortunately the plan did not go as planned because the Malaysian government extended the recovery MCO until 31st December 2020. This means that we can’t enter in Malaysian until next year and I and my son can’t enter too because Italy is in the list of banned countries
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