Welcome to Matrix Private School. We add depth and substance by enhancing the national-level curriculums set and approved by the Ministry of Education, Malaysia. We are one of the selected group of schools in Malaysia to be certified a Dual Language Programme (DLP) school, offering Mathematics and Science in both Bahasa Melayu and English. By enhancing the quality of the core curriculum our students are able to dig deep and maximise their full potential.
At Matrix Global Schools, East truly meets West, combining the Malaysian curriculum in an international setting, with students across the campus sharing facilities, break times, CCAs and uniting together for school sports teams.
We focus on the thing that matters most – every child’s welfare. Students flourish when they are treated with care, kindness and respect. We take the time to nurture positive mental health and good physical health, as well as the social wellbeing of each student in our care.
Care is one of our core values and central to our supportive learning environment. The Pastoral Head and all teachers responsible for each tutor group and Personal Social Health and Emotional (PSHE) programmes. All students are assigned to a House, each of which has a House captain. The schools and year groups a blend of older students acting as buddies for the younger students.
Primary students from ages 7 to 12 undertake the Malaysian National Primary School Standard Curriculum, or Kurikulum Standard Sekolah Rendah (KSSR), with English as the main language of instruction for learning.
The aim of our primary level education is to equip learners with a strong foundation of language, Science, Mathematics and other supporting subjects that are in line with the goals of the National Philosophies of Education which seeks to optimise the intellectual, emotional and spiritual potential of learners.
Our approach combines the best of both Malaysian and global approaches. As a certified Dual Language Programme (DLP) school, we offer Mathematics and Science subjects in both Bahasa Melayu and English languages. There is also an option for students to sit for the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint Examination for English Language, Science and Mathematics subjects in their Standard 6.
Students graduating from the Primary year group will have a seamless transition into their Secondary years. Students will continue the Malaysian National Secondary School Standard Curriculum, the Kurikulum Standard Sekolah Menengah (KSSM), which covers Form 1 to 5.
Students will be provided with the focus in academic achievement, creative and fun learning experiences that engage them during lessons and to enable them to take an active role in the learning process.
Geared towards academic achievement, students will be well prepared to sit for crucial public examinations.
Our students will be assessed holistically under the Ministry of Education’s Pelaporan Pentaksiran Sekolah Rendah (PPSR), or Primary School Assessment Report. This report assesses the student, which includes Pentaksiran Bilik Darjah (PBD, or Classroom Assessment); Pentaksiran Aktiviti Jasmani, Sukan dan Kokurikulum (PAJSK, or Physical, Sports and Co-Curriculum Assessment) and Pentaksiran Psikometrik (PPsi or Psychometric Assessment).
English will be strongly emphasised as the main language of instruction for teaching and learning. Cambridge Curriculum is incorporated as part of the KSSR curriculum in English Language, Mathematics and Science subjects. The concept of creative, fun, differentiated & experiential learning is the approach in our lessons. Extracurricular activities (ECA) are conducted for leadership grooming, character building and civic readiness cultivation. Mandarin First and Second Languages will be offered for all Primary level students as well.
Students will undergo various classroom-based Formative Assessments and school-based Summative Assessments. Before progressing to Secondary education, Standard 6 learners will sit for the Primary School Achievement Test (Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah, UPSR). The subjects tested are Bahasa Melayu, English Language, Science and Mathematics.
Students are prepared for a smooth and seamless transition into Secondary School.
English is strongly emphasised as the main language of instruction for teaching and learning. The Cambridge Curriculum is also incorporated as part of the KSSM curriculum in English Language, Mathematics and Science subjects. This brings forth the concept of creative, fun, differentiated & experiential learning in our lessons. Extracurricular activities (ECA) are conducted for leadership grooming, character building and civic readiness cultivation. Mandarin First Language will be offered at all levels as well.
In Form Three, students will sit for the Pentaksiran Tingkatan 3, PT3 examination. There is also an option for students to sit for the Cambridge Secondary Checkpoint Examination (April/May series) for English Language, Science and Mathematics subjects.
In Form Five, students will sit for the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination.
After students are awarded their Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM), they may choose to continue studying Cambridge A Levels to equip themselves with the basic foundation required to further their undergraduate studies.
Leadership skills, commitment, healthy eating habits and teamwork. That’s how we do it over here.
Our Physical Education curriculum inspires students to succeed and excel in both casual and competitive sports.
Regular inter-house competitions allow each student to get a taste of competitiveness. We also have school teams who compete in inter-school competitions which are for more experienced performers.
We embrace each student’s unique creativity, curiosity and ambition with a vibrant and progressive curriculum that is rich in art, music and drama.
Students are actively encouraged to showcase their talents and confidence in a variety of forums, including the annual stage performances, which have included Mamma Mia, Oliver and Fame.
Students organise and perform in concerts, orchestra, choirs and weekly assemblies.
A key benefit of our creative arts programme is the opportunity to develop self-confidence and self-expression, which are transferable life-skills that will help prepare your child for future careers.
Nestled in our magnificent 20-acre campus grounds, our boarding house offers a home-from-home approach for secondary students. Whether you choose it as a day school or take advantage of the full or weekly boarding options, this is a calm and homely setting where your child will flourish.
We’ve set out to reinvent what it means to board in Asia. Step inside our purpose-built boarding house and you’ll discover a very homely experience, with an opportunity to interact with lots of different families.
Life is more than exams, at Matrix Global Schools you’ll find a whole host of transformational co-curricular activities that unlock even more opportunities and stretch students beyond what they are taught in the classroom. Students challenge themselves in little chef kitchens, technology labs and art studios.
Beyond the curriculum, students can gain confidence and experience by joining the Student Council or Prefectorial Board. There’s countless opportunities to contribute to and learn from local and global communities through volunteering.
We’ll push each student further with unparalleled opportunities to develop inspiration and new perspectives.
My favourite co-curricular activity is the photography multimedia club, I get to learn, practice and improve my skills in taking photos, at school
Woo Fung (MPS 2019)
I like it here because the teachers are very kind and nice
Syarifah Alisya (MPS 2019)
Expect friendly greetings and a warm welcome on your first day here. Don’t panic as everyone at Matrix is always ecstatic to meet new people.
Ng Ryu Shen (MPS 2019)
Matrix Global Schools is My Second Home 🙂
Peggy Lee (MPS 2019)
Study hard, treat every obstacle as a lesson and never give up on your dreams.
Vincent Pak (MPS 2019)
I’ve learnt how to be independent and how to mix with a diverse group of people.
Izza Syarifah (MPS 2019)
Grab all the learning opportunities and learn as much as possible.
Chan Zhi Chen (MPS 2019)
We all have to work hard to achieve our dreams
Amrita (MPS 2019)
The three things I appreciate at Matrix Global Schools are good friends, good facilities and good teachers.
Reena (MPS 2019)
Coming from an all girl’s school, I got to interact and got to know a lot more about people. I was also able to hone my social skills, project myself through school events and I have gained a lot of self-confidence.
Gursumeet (MPS 2019)
I really enjoy the style of teaching at Matrix, everyone around me is just so supportive and encouraging
Fadli (MPS 2019)
Here, we’re not only confined to learn from our textbooks; our teachers help us relate by giving us real life examples to understand the lessons better
Toh You Nuo (MPS 2019)
The boarding house here is grand and we consider it our 5-star hotel!
Addam (MPS 2019)
Acting Head of Matrix Private School
Ms Tea Ming Ming has more than 20 years of experience as a teacher, educator and school leader. She served as the Deputy Head of Chung Hua High School, Seremban and also Head of Chung Hua High School Muar. Ms Tea is also the Head of MGS Boarding House. In her role as the Head of Boarding, within a year, Ms Tea with her perseverance and willingness to put in the extra effort, has been able to bring good improvements to our Boarding House to make it a ” home away from home”.
“To inspire students to love, learn and lead has always been my motto in life as an educator. Guided by this motto, I will endeavour to do my utmost to ensure that students in MPS are provided with the best resources and facilities for them to achieve their ambitions, with emphasis on students’ learning, character building, and social as well as mental well-being.”
Acting Head of Matrix International School
With a Bachelor of Education in History from Stranmillis University, Mr. Andrew has a decade of experience teaching Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 in Northern Ireland and Malaysia. As a certified International Primary Curriculum (IPC) trainer by Fieldwork Education, Mr. Andrew has a broad experience leading Primary schools which includes developing the IPC to suit learners academic and cultural needs, as well as putting in extra focus on the pastoral care of students and staff.
“With rapid technological advances and a more-connected world (just think about the number of different countries you have interacted with since you woke up this morning), education today faces the ever-growing challenge in providing a learning experience that best suits each learners’ unique and expanding needs – we are currently preparing our students for a world where most of the jobs they will do currently do not exist, using inventions that are yet to be made, to solve issues that we may not even be aware of. This is the challenge that excites me the most – being able to enhance the academic abilities of all learners, enabling them to develop personal qualities that they will need to survive in the 21st Century and assisting them in becoming more internationally minded. Essentially, my hope is to see each child be the best version of who they can be.”
During Key Stage 4, students work towards achieving top grades for the Internationals General Certificate in Secondary Education (IGCSEs). Every student has the opportunity to specialise in subject areas where they have a strong interest. With four compulsory subjects – Mathematics, English Literature, English Language and at least one Science – students are able to choose additional preferred courses from:
English Language (English 1st Language, English 2nd Language, English Literature)
Mathematics (Core / Fast Track, Additional Maths),
Science (Chemistry, Physics, Biology)
Foreign Language (Malay, French, Chinese 1st Language, Chinese 2nd Language, Chinese Foreign Language)
Humanities (Economics, Geography. History)
Creative, Technical and Vocational (Accounting, Business Studies, ICT, Art and Design, Drama, Music, Physical Education)
Acting Campus Principal
Mr. Loh brings strong leadership skills along with his extensive background in education to the MGS campus. He has served as Deputy Director of Educational Management and Leadership Training Centre with the Ministry of Education Malaysia and as Education Commissioner working with the Prime Minister’s Department from 2009 to 2012.
Children move into Year 1 in the September after their fifth birthday. This is a very exciting stage in your child’s learning journey; teaching and learning at Matrix International Primary does not stand still.
At this stage, the focus is on literacy development and their increasing understanding of phonics to progress their fluency of reading and writing. Similarly there is a strong focus on developing mathematical skills and understanding.
From Key Stage 1, children are encouraged to get in our extensive after school CCA programme.
Acting Head of Matrix International School (Secondary)
A dedicated leader with a strong passion for art, Ms.Dornehl Kitching has a vast secondary school teaching experience in government, private and international schools in South Africa and South Korea. With two Masters in Education qualifications, one being from University of Cambridge United Kingdom, Ms.Dornehl has also been training teachers in the PGCE and Bachelor in Education courses, making her the right fit to guide both students and teachers in our school.
“Schools today have the daunting challenge of preparing young people for an uncertain future: a future where some conventional skills won’t be relevant anymore and technological advances will change the face of our current job sectors. This is why it is so important to develop young people who can collaborate with their peers and understand the value of networking, along with the ability to express themselves confidently, think critically and creatively, and be able to learn from their mistakes.”
Head of Matrix International School (Early Years)
Ms. Adrinna has held various positions in the Early Years education industry for many years, including working with special needs children in both local and international learning environments. Her corporate experience in banking has helped her manage the school efficiently while taking into account the personal needs of all students.
“Young children are not like other students. Their needs are distinctive and therefore early years sets the foundation for all the years that follow. Teachers in early education need to be creative and adaptive. It is important as an early childhood educator, we are able to place ourselves in their shoes. What stimulates a very young child? How do you sustain a toddler’s interest? How do you make learning fun? These are all questions that we always have to ask ourselves. Lessons in early education classrooms have to be hands-on. We need to be fast on our feet and highly adaptable to continuously come up with new ways to guide children through their early learning stages. Therefore, it is important for me and my team of teachers to provide a caring and supportive environment that promotes optimal early childhood development.”