With the enforcement of the Movement Control Order (MCO), one of the largest networks of international and private schools Beaconhouse Group of School has announced a 15% reduction in fees.
The announcement, which applies to all of Beaconhouse’s 14 schools in Malaysia, comes to light after the extension of the nation’s MCO order.
The schools are:
- Preschool: BNEY Ampang U-Thant, BNEY Bangsar, BNEY SS2, Beaconhouse Subang Jaya, Beaconhouse Gasing, Beaconhouse Puchong, Beaconhouse Sri Petaling, Beaconhouse Kota Kemuning, Beaconhouse Klang, Beaconhouse Sarah’s Klang
- Private Schools: Beaconhouse Sri Lethia, Beaconhouse Sri Murni
- International Schools: Sri Inai International, Newlands International
Additionally, the school will reimburse school fees for the period of the MCO extension that was recently announced.
“We understand the financial burden that some families may be facing amid school closure and economic slowdown. We are proud to be one of the first schools in the country to extend this gesture of goodwill to help the parents of our beloved students in these difficult times. Learning mustn’t stop, no matter what,” said Allister Bartholomew, Regional Director of Southeast Asia Beaconhouse Malaysia.
He added that the school’s top most priority has always been the continuation of student education regardless of the situation.
“This is part of our promise for holistic and life-long learning. Even though we are all at home playing our part to flatten the curve, our commitment to enriching our students continues,” he said.
Virtual learning system
Despite school closures for several weeks now, Beaconhouse Schooling Uninterrupted has launched a virtual learning system to provide a full spectrum of learning opportunities for its students.
“Despite such short notice we are pleased with the progress of our online teaching and learning platform, which is becoming more comprehensive and meaningful in its rollout every day. This is all thanks to our ever-committed teaching staff, our committed students and their dedicated parents,” said Allister.
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