Kuching (Sarawak), Wednesday, 15 November 2017 – 2017 marks an important milestone for CMS’ owned international school, Tunku Putra School (TPS), as it embarks on its next journey in educational growth with the signing of a Management Agreement with HELP Education Services Sdn Bhd. HELP has been successful in running Help University which has over 9,000 students offering a plethora of study disciplines and manages two international schools in KL and Johor respectively which together have over 2,000 students. HELP has over 30 years of experience in producing top students that have secured scholarships to study in top universities around the world including Cambridge, Harvard, MIT, LSE, Imperial College and Australian National University.
Speaking about the new agreement, The Chairman of TPS, Datuk Syed Ahmad Alwee Alsree explained that this partnership is destined to position TPS ahead of other existing international schools in the State of Sarawak with the promise of delivering excellent academic performance and good quality education by capitalising on the school’s existing holistic learning approach.
Datuk Syed Ahmad Alwee Alsree had recently toured both HELP International Schools in KL and Johor and is confident that this partnership will bring invaluable benefits to the school, not least because both schools share the common principle of holistic learning. “Students at Tunku Putra School enjoy learning and are genuinely happy to come to school. Our students are articulate, confident, driven and polite. I am very proud that our students possess these traits in droves,” remarked the Chairman after speaking to an IGCSE student who is bound for Scotland to study a Foundation programme in Computer Science.
Dr. Goh Chee Leong, CEO of HELP and the newly appointed Chairman of the Tunku Putra EXCO, in his briefing to parents and staff of TPS on 10 November 2017 shared HELP’s academic success in their KL campus, strength in talent management and teacher development and their philosophy and passion in leading the education charter. “These are all strong attributes that are absolutely transferable to Tunku Putra School as it embarks on its latest chapter in transformational and holistic learning,” added Dr. Goh Chee Leong.
Interested parents are invited to attend TPS’s Open Day at its school premises on 25 November 2017, from 10.00am to 3.00pm where they can tour the campus, meet the teachers and listen to a presentation from Dr. Goh Chee Leong.