Tenby Schools Ipoh

Tenby Schools  Ipoh was first  established in 1960 by British expatriates who wanted their children to receive an education based on the
British system.

Tenby Schools Ipoh was first established in 1960 by British expatriates who wanted their children to receive an education based on the British system. The school started as an expatriate kindergarten in the small church hall at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Ipoh, Perak. The name Tenby was derived from a seaside village in South Wales where the school’s first principal, Mrs Dorothy Nelson-Doig originally came from. Since then, the school has developed in terms of curriculum and number of students. Inevitably, the school has moved from one location to another to cater for the growth. Since September 2013 the school has been permanently located in its new purpose built campus at Bandar Meru Raya. The school offers both International curriculum and Malaysian National curriculum via its Tenby International School Ipoh and Sekolah Tenby Ipoh.

Head: Richard Davidson

Ages Taught: 3-18 years 

Curricula: British, International & Malaysian

Special Features: 

  • Global Perspective Debates
  • Model United Nations
  • STEM focused learning
  • YCT and HSK Chinese
  • Strong Performing Arts
  • Wide range of Student Leadership Initiatives
  • Design and Technology Programmes
  • Individual and team Sports
  • Learning focused school
  • CIS member school

 

Tenby Schools Ipoh

No.16, Persiaran Meru Utama, Bandar Meru Raya, 30020 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia

Tel: +60 5 525 2628

Email: [email protected]

Website: tenby.edu.my/ipoh

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