A Primary School with the KSSR national curriculum
Beaconhouse incorporates the KSSR national curriculum into its teachings. The KSSR curriculum is a component of the new blueprint of education in Malaysia preparing students for the needs of the 21st century. The KSSR remainscommitted to developingstudents holistically
and charting student cognitive performances againstinternational standards. Beaconhouse blends its vast international world-wide experience in pedagogy of teaching with the principles and
objectives of the national blueprint of education , with the intention of developing students
who have the capability of furthering their education in any other global system of education.

Although Bahasa Malaysia is used in all KSSR core subjects , there is very high and proficient
standard of English developed and inculcated in students from primary 1 until they complete their secondary English in Form 5.
Although all KSSR subjects are taught in Bahasa Malaysia , the English curriculum implemented in Beaconhouse follows the Cambridge O level standards.

As further enhancement to the curriculum , the subjectsScience , Mathematics and Information technology are taught in English with support textbook Primary 6 students sit for the UPSR examinations.

All activities in the primary school are conducted in both Bahasa Malaysia and English
to enable students to have bi-lingual proficiency.
Mandarin is compulsory and taught as a third language.
KSSR Core & Compulsory Subjects
Core subjects

  1. Bahasa Malaysia
  2. English Language
  3. Mathematics
  4. Moral Education – for Non-Muslim Students
  5. Islamic Religious Education – for Muslim Students
  6. Physical & Health Education
  7. History

Core – Theme Based subjects

  1. Visual Arts
  2. Science and Technology

Additional Subjects

  1. Information & Communication Technology – Compulsory
  2. Structured Performing Arts – Music , Drama , Dance
  3. Chinese

Co-curricular Activities

  1. Games
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Futsal
  • Badminton
  • Table Tennis
  • Netball
  • Field events
  • Swimming
  1. Clubs
  2. Societies


The KSSM curriculum optimized

Beaconhouse School Systems being a world-wide provider of education has incorporated the National Secondary Educational curriculum into local Beaconhouse schools to address the needs of the academia of Malaysian students, and to accomplish and meet the challenges of a rapidly globalizing world.

The new KSSM (Secondary School Curriculum ) prepares students in the secondary school from Form 1 till Form 5.After completing 3 years in secondary school , in Form 3 , students have to completethe PBS (School Based Assessments)and PT3 examinations.

In Upper secondary , in Form 4 and Form 5 , students are given the option to take different subject disciplines related to the Pure Sciences, Commerceand Business subjects or Humanities based subjects.

Students sit for the SPM ( Malaysian Certificate of Education) exams at end of Form 5.

The PT3 and SPM (equivalent of Cambridge OLevel ), are public examinations conducted by the Malaysian Examination Syndicate.

Although the medium of instruction is primarily in Bahasa Malaysia, English is taught using the 1119 Cambridge O Level Curriculum.

All non-KSSM subjects and school based activities are conducted in the English language.

Although Science and Maths is part of the KSSM , additional periods will be allotted forthese

2 subjects to be taught in English using textbooks from Cambridge endorsed publishers.

The KSSM subjects for Form 1 – Form 3

Bahasa Malaysia





Islamic Studies( for muslims )

Moral Studies ( for non-muslims )


Physical Education and Health Education

Cultural Education(Visual Arts and Music )

Vocational and Technological education

Information technology



The KSSM subjects for Form 4 – Form 5

Core Subjects

Bahasa Malaysia



Islamic studies ( formuslims )

Moral studies ( for non-muslims )


Physical Education & Health education

Pure Science Electives




Additional Mathematics



English in Science & Technology

English Literature

Visual Arts


Principles of Accounts


Information Technology

Basic Economics



Co-curricular Activities


Co-curricular activities enable students to participate in organized activities to build-up individual and team skills. These activities open up studentsto be more extroverted , building-up leadership and social confidence among their peer groups in school.


At the same time , students learn and acquire certain specific skills that the activity provides, they also learn to be more responsible in their actions towards one another. The important goals achieved in these activities are the formation of healthy habits , developing discipline , perseverance and leadership plus learning how to respect and appreciate one another through responsibility , teamwork , following rules and procedures.


  • Structured Performing Arts – Music , Drama and Theatre , Dance


  • Games
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Futsal
  • Badminton
  • Table Tennis
  • Netball
  • Field events
  • Swimming
  • Athletics






  • Clubs/Societies
    • Chess club
    • Choir club
    • Interact club
    • Creative & Visual Arts club
    • Performing Arts Club
    • Nature Society
    • Scientific Club
    • ICT club


  • Uniform Bodies
    • Red Crescent Society
    • Taekwando club
    • Scouts society
    • Guide society