Beaconhouse Group’s ‘school of tomorrow’ wins Malaysian applaud

The Malaysian minister of Information, Communication and Culture of Malaysia on Wednesday addressed over 600 delegates and speakers on the final day of a 2-day conference organised by Beaconhouse, one of the largest school networks in the world.
“With education, we change the future, propel progress, and gain values” he said.
He continued his address to the delegates, which lasted over 45 minutes, by stating “we are here to reassess conventional beliefs of what constitutes progressive learning while helping to change the learning experiences of children studying in schools at every level. This will certainly help to propel human civilisation”. This conference brought together teachers, school leaders, change agents, policy makers and government officials from across Malaysia and around the world to explore a vision for schools and to catapult learning to a higher level to build analytical, and empowered learners. Organised by the Beaconhouse Group, the School of Tomorrow: Empowering Lifelong Learners used plenaries, workshops and groundbreakers to focus on innovative approaches and methods for early childhood and primary education. CEO of Beaconhouse Kasim Kasuri concluded by announcing that these recommendation will be put into place with immediate effect by accelerating already existing Teacher and School Heads training programme, integrating the context of Malaysian requirement under the National Education Blueprint 2013-2025. He further stated that the changes required to build a culture of lifelong learners will not happen overnight as developing a quantum change such as this requires thorough and precise planning and extensive professional development, but we are confident that the changes we make will be exemplary and beneficial for all educators.