Outdoor Ed, Camps & IA

Outdoor Ed, Camps & IA

Our Outdoor Education programme involves bespoke residential camp programmes across both Primary and Secondary, with all programmes linked closely to our GIS Learner Skills. 

From Nursery through to Year 2, GIS children take part in ‘Jungle School’, a unique programme which offers them the opportunity to build key skills and learn about nature in a safe jungle setting. 

Annual residential camps run from Year 3 to Year 10, and offer students the opportunity to build teamwork skills and confidence through a wide range of fun and challenging activities. In addition, our annual ‘Discovery Week’ sees GIS Secondary students travelling across Malaysia every year to take part in sustainable community work which is linked to our five core charities.

Many GIS students further challenge themselves by undertaking the International Award (IA) and we are proud to run one of the largest award programmes in the region. Running since 1989, our IA programme provides our Secondary students with incredible opportunities for holistic development: as well as gaining a recognised qualification, students develop resilience, leadership skills, teamwork and have the opportunity to contribute meaningfully to our wider community.

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Outside of the classroom learning at its best, GIS Camp week

Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Young Pioneers
Year 6
Trail Blazers
Year 7
Team Players
Year 8
Year 9
Sleepover Science and Nature, Ipoh

3 days, 2 nights

Challenge and Adventure, Gopeng

5 days, 4 nights,

Survival and Jungle Skills, Borneo

5 days, 4 nights

Team Building Camp, Outbac Broga

4 days, 3 nights

Loola Bintan Nur Laman Bestari,

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At GIS, we bring out the best in everyone, both inside and outside of the classroom through our unique learning culture where we pursue our passions and strive for excellence; all in the spirit of respect, integrity and well being. Speak with us today to start your learning journey with GIS.

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