The Class of 2017 “In the final year of the PYP, students, carry out an extended, in-depth, collaborative project known as the PYP exhibition. This involves students working collaboratively to conduct an in-depth inquiry into real life issues or problems.” Three EHM students broke new ground this year, completing the school’s first PYP Exhibition. They…Details
On Wednesday February 8th, EtonHouse Malaysia celebrated its annual Chinese New Year event. The festivities began with student performances, led by Ms. Xiao Fang and Ms. Tarra. Students presented songs about the new lunar year, Kung Fu Fan dances, and a beautiful traditional lotus dance. As has become the tradition on this day, all EHM…Details
On Thursday, September 15th, EtonHouse Malaysia celebrated its sixth annual Parade Day. Students and Faculty dressed in national attire from either Malaysia or their own home country, filling the school grounds with costumes from every corner of the earth. In addition to the Malaysian-themed food provided by Chef Tunku, the EHM Parent Association also arranged an international potluck lunch for students, with…Details
Fathers and reading: two of the most important parts of a child’s life. On June 10, EtonHouse Malaysia International School recognized their significance through Father’s Reading Day. All fathers were invited in for the morning. Children left their regular classes to join their fathers in the garden, with a muffin and a book, to share…Details
On Saturday, May 14th, EtonHouse Malaysia celebrated its annual Sports, Picnic and Market Day. The campus grounds were filled with enthusiastic students, families and faculty, all happily participating in Mr Peter and Ms Hua Hui’s fun–filled event. Ms Helen led everyone in a joint warm up session, waking up sleepy bodies on a Saturday morning. Our energetic students performed…Details
On Friday February 19th, EtonHouse Malaysia celebrated its annual Chinese New Year event. The festivities opened by Ms Daria Jean, the President of Parents Association, and Mr Bengt Rosberg traditionally dotting the eyes of a Chinese dragon. In recognition of the culture and essence that is EHM, all students and faculty wore Chinese-motives and/or red dress…Details
On Friday December 4th, EtonHouse Malaysia celebrated annual Christmas event. In the spirit of Christmas, the campus has been decorated seasonally, and students and faculty wore Christmas-inspired dress during the day. The day started with performances by every class, led by the Performing Arts Team Ms Melissa and Ms Pei Saan. Throughout the day, students engaged in…Details
Facebook article about EHM’s November 6th Deepavali Celebration.