AISM Principal, 2011-2014
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Liam King, Principal
This year started as an exciting year in the life of AISM, as we celebrated our 20th Anniversary and embarked upon our 21st year delivering an outstanding Australian Education in Malaysia. Whilst it is probably the most unusual year in the history of the School, with the implementation of our Continuity of Learning Program, it has also been a remarkable time to see the students and teachers rise to this challenge. Therefore, today, I would like to share with you two messages of congratulations from two of our former Principals of the Australian International School Malaysia, Anne-Marie Armstrong who was Principal from 2002 to 2010 and David Kilpatrick who was Principal from 2011 to 2014.
Happy 20th Anniversary AISM! What an impressive learning community!
This is an extraordinary year for you all. However, I know your strength and resilience will come to the fore as a community.
This anniversary has led me to reflect on my final year at AISM which was during 10th anniversary celebrations, in 2010, when we launched the Matilda project, new school uniforms and planned the extension and next phase of growth for the school. My nine years at AISM were a time of extraordinary change where we built our new school at the Mines and relocated from Country Heights Country Club. There was the introduction of digital technology and learning portfolios, Duke of Edinburgh Award and other enterprise and leadership opportunities, as well as the formation of Junior, Middle and Senior Schools.
I will always cherish my teaching time with students in the art department; working with my talented and committed colleagues and the energy and hard work of parents in the Parents Association. It certainly was a rich learning exchange that has shaped us all. Malaysia and AISM will always have a special place in my heart!
Best wishes for the next decade,
AISM Principal, 2002-2010
On Sunday afternoon, the Prime Minister announced a further four-week extension to the existing Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO). The existing conditions will therefore continue until the 9th June, barring further amendments made during the next four weeks. As soon as we have any information about how this will impact upon our ability to operate on campus, we will let you know. For now, however, we continue in the off-campus phase of our Continuity of Learning Program.
In order to ensure that we continue to improve our programs during the CMCO we have put together a short survey to allow parents to provide feedback so that we can continuously improve the experiences we are offering the students. Therefore we would like to invite parents to complete this survey by clicking here.
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