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Extra Activities

As the majority of Malaysian parents work full time, The house has taken the initiative to partner with experienced and certified instructors to deliver these programs on site at the school. This reduces the hassle of travelling to individual centers for various other classes when parents return home from work.



 The art class aims at helping children enhance perceptiveness when looking at objects to draw/colour. Children learn perspective, drawing objects/people, shading etc. Craft classes aim to develop their creativity while having lots of fun.    

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The music classes are delivered using the Oerff Schulwerk Method ( A german method utilising body percussion as well as conventional instruments.) The children have lots of fun during the 45 minute class. 



Classical Ballet classes are held at the school once a week following the UK syllabus (ISTD & RAD UK). Ballet boosts a child's physical and mental health, improving posture and flexibility, lifts their mood and helps build social bonds.  



The school offers Mandarin preparatory classes for children planning to enrol into Chinese type Primary Schools, or just wanting exposure to Mandarin. 



Drama teaches a child self confidence, lessens the child's fear of public speaking and enhances the child's ability to express one's self. Many parents have discovered their child's inner talents through these classes.


Fardhu 'Ain

Fardhu Ain Classes are available for Muslim children and cover the basic for children's, classes are conducted twice weekly.



The school holds Taekwondo classes once a week. The program is certified by the Malaysian Taekwondo Association, Grading and certifications are carried out every few months. 

Note: Activities organised by The House are aimed at reducing stress on the part of the parent in arranging logistics and transportation for your child by being a One-Stop centre.  Please take your time in selecting classes for your child, and not select a class simply because it is “popular”.  Children benefit from continuity, so do try to continue the activity chosen even after your child has left The House for Std 1. 

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