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|Language of instruction||English|
|Native English teachers|
|Extra languages (other than English)|
This school does not make their fees public for the academic year 2020/2021.
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|Additional language classes offered by the school||
Mahasa Melyau, Mandarin
|Entry evaluation for students||
|Brief description of entry evaluation required||
KG1: interview with guided literacy and numeracy testing
|External examinations or assessments available||
IGCSE, A Levels
|School start time||
Early Years: 8:00
|School finish time||
Early Years: 15:00
|Extracurricular activities or clubs offered||
Art and craft, board games, choir, computer club, cooking, drama, musical ensemble, German language club, polemics, photography, young entrepreneur, life skills, journalism, badminton, basketball, chess, dance, fencing, floorball, football, frisbee, swimming, table tennis, Taekwondo, karate, netball, piano, violin, guitar/ukulele, vocal training, ballet and contemporary, speech and drama, robotics
|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school||
Wesley Methodist School Penang is a Christian School under the Methodist Church in Malaysia. Central to Wesley Methodist International School’s mission is a formula for educating the “whole person” by providing holistic education to prepare students for the real world and contribute to society and nation-building.
The unique characteristics and ethos of the mission school is about THE human and spiritual development of the child. WSM is committed to academic excellence, rooted in Christian values and tradition.
|Teaching approach of the school||
WMS believes that the school should provide a wholesome and non-threatening environment, where the student feels welcomed, secure and happy, and which promotes individual learning, growing, thinking, as well as interpersonal skills and respect for others in the context of a multi-ethnic and multi-religious community. WMS recognizes that the school should not replace but complement the home in the responsibility and task of nurturing, training and socialization of the young person.