Going beyond just teaching, we're tackling the root issue of the education system!

It all starts with purpose

OUR APPROACH IS SIMPLE

WE LOOK AT THE FUTURE...

AND REVERSE-ENGINEER IT INTO OUR CLASSES

SO THAT OUR KIDS ARE READY & FUTURE PROOF

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Rethinking School

What is the purpose of education anyway?

Answers may differ from person to person. But in short, the purpose of a school education is to set children up for a successful future, wouldn’t you agree? 

That's why, in everything we do, we do it to unleash the greatness within the child

HERE'S HOW WE DO THINGS IN SRI EMAS

Using the ACE Method,
we incorporate these 7 principles in our classes

EVERY SURFACE IS A CANVAS
Who says lessons have to be confined in classrooms? The same four walls for 8 hours a day can be stifling. We like getting creative with our learning: sitting, standing, in the corridors, on the floors, in the labs, out at the water park! Every space is a learning space and every surface is a canvas for learning! This is especially great for visual and kinaesthetic learners.
PROGRESS, NOT PERFECTION
Expecting perfection of them is unrealistic. Instead, we strive for progress. We stand by our students through their journey with us, giving them feedback and the opportunity to upgrade their work. Whether it’s an improvement from a D to C, or A to A*, every win is worth celebrating with our students
REVERSE ENGINEERING
As educators, we continue to educate ourselves on where the future is heading and tweak our delivery to nurture future-proof skills such as self-discipline, adaptability, initiative, cognitive flexibility, and decision-making. This way, we know we’re always preparing students for their future.
YOUNG PEOPLE PASSIONATE ABOUT EDUCATION
Most of our teachers are young, and unapologetically so! Being young and passionate about education, our teachers can connect and relate to our students as their role models. This enhances learning in the classroom as teachers are in a better position to guide and coach students to progress.
KEEPING IT RELEVANT
As a student, did you ever wonder why you were learning something, only to realise its use later in life? When we teach, we like to give our students the big-picture view of what they're learning. Imagine this: A teacher takes his class on a jog through the corridors, telling them to pay attention to the sensations they feel as they slow down or take the corners. This leads to discussions of the concepts of Momentum and Inertia in Physics, how it applies in their lives and beyond.
TRAINED TO FIT OUR TEACHING STYLE
All our teachers go through our very own ACE EdVenture Training Programme that has been developed in-house. The training derived from the success we’ve had in impacting students for past 20 years and flows from our founders’ teaching experience
THROWING OUT
THE BOX
“Think outside the box”. We hear that all the time. Well, we’ve gone ahead and thrown out that box". We are constantly thinking up new ways to get students excited and engaged about topics. A lot of these ideas are implemented in class coursework. Coursework has been a staple of our approach since the beginning.
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WE ARE THE ONLY SCHOOL IN MALAYSIA TO BE RECOGNISED BY HER MAJESTY AND HIS MAJESTY!

WE'RE ALSO RECOGNISED BY WORLD CLASS EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS AND BUSINESS PRACTITIONERS

World-Class Education is also honed by World-Class Teachers. From the very beginning, we prioritised Teacher Training to ensure that the Best Education Experience happens Consistently for Every Student.

ACE EdVenture recognized by world class education institutions and business practitioners.

Don’t just take our word for it, hear what our parents have to say about Sri Emas!

Sri Emas was the first school we visited when we were looking for schools for our kids
"We were impressed by the students, the way they greeted us, their confidence and their expressiveness. The school focuses on more than just pure academia. They look to build soft skills and the character of the students, preparing them to be ahead of their peers even before they join the workforce"

- Dato Thong & Janice. Parents of Julian (2017 alumnus) and Justin (Year 8)
What impressed us about Sri Emas were the teachers. They had the dedication, passion, and they enjoy teaching.
"Through Sri Emas, we did see a change in our children. They were more excited about what happened in school, had a genuine interest in learning and always wanted to go to school."

-Patrick & Min, parents of Laura (2016 Alumnus) and Adam (Year 10)
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