The Art of Composing Haikus

Year 9 students of Rafflesia International School, Puchong practiced writing Haikus – Japanese poems consisting of three short lines that do not rhyme, with five syllables in the first and third lines and seven syllables in the middle line. Traditional haikus touch upon nature and is a snapshot of a moment in time.


Leading the Way in Technological Education

Today, Rafflesia International School, Puchong, and Rafflesia International School, Kajang, entered a momentous collaboration with UBTECH Robotics Corporation, the world’s leading company in humanoid and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology.


At the historic ceremony, the Principals of both schools, Miss Chandra and Mr Andrew, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Mr JC Ng, country manager for UBTECH, to become one of the pioneer schools in Malaysia to provide this innovative technology programme to students. UBTECH has worked with a range of global companies – such as Apple, Tencent, Amazon and Disney to design robots for commercial and business use.

IGCSE Result Achievement of Year 2020 | Rafflesia International Schools

After several successive years of IGCSE achievement, students, teachers and parents at our Rafflesia International Schools are once again celebrating another outstanding set of IGCSE results this year.

We would like to congratulate all our students for your achievements, and we thank all the parents for your incredible support. We are also proud of our teachers whose attentive care and focused methodologies are an essential part of the Rafflesia culture.

Poems in a Pandemic | a feature by The Star

Showing their commitment towards recognising community-spirited school initiatives, The Star featured an article about the recent online Poetry Slam at Rafflesia International School in their online and print editions this week. We are thrilled to achieve this positive publicity for the event, which was designed to enable students to connect creatively during the time of the Movement Control Order and give voice to their feelings about environmental issues. We will continue to organise events for our students that enable them to develop confident literacy skills and deepen their global consciousness.


Designing E-Card | By the New Media Club

The Malaysian frontliners have been heroic and selfless in fighting the pandemic to keep us all safe. Equipped with their creativity and skills in using the Canva software, our students from the New Media Club at Sekolah Menengah Rafflesia Puchong created the beautiful e-cards that you see here, as a sign of gratitude and appreciation to them.

Preparation for Science Week


“Does the colour of food affect our taste?” “Does gender have an effect on human reaction time?”

These are some of the questions that our Year 4 students at Rafflesia International School Kajang sought to answer through the process of the scientific method. They learned about the scientific method, the importance scientific variables, conducted investigations and gathered data on their findings. They certainly enjoyed their journey in science and look forward to sharing it with other young scientists at the school through their video presentations.

The students are certainly enjoying their scientific explorations and they look forward to sharing their results with the others in their video presentations that will be broadcast to other young scientists at school.

First Week of School Reopening | Sekolah Rendah Rafflesia Puchong

It’s all a buzz with our young ones creatively greet each other while maintaining social distancing as they return to school. Despite having to adhere to the SOPs of the new norm, they are extremely happy to be back at school to learn and play with their friends once again! Here they are having fun as they learn about the “Parts of the Body” in Bahasa Malaysia.

Online Learning | Rafflesia International School Kajang

Even as we prepare for our students to return to school, we have been providing highly engaging online learning experience for our students. At Rafflesia International School Kajang for example, our Year 3 students are learning all about water on planet Earth in their final IPC unit of the year: On Tap. This week, they explored the process of cloud formation by creating the “cloud in a jar” experiment at home. Together we also looked at how pollutants such as oil react with water and salt by making lava lamps.

Upon their return to school this week, our young scientists will reflect upon their investigations as they prepare for their Exit Point sharing sessions where they will present what they have learnt to an audience of socially distanced parents.

Quilling | CCA

The art of quilling focuses on one’s fine motor skills, especially in terms of coordination and strength. It is a great way to develop better hand-eye coordination and can also be very therapeutic. Here are some of the amazing 3D quilling artworks by our Quilling CCA students at Rafflesia International School Puchong!



As the excitement of school reopening finally dawns upon the young ones, our SD-HAT Challenge has come to an end and they are ready to put them on once they are back at school. Our Sport Houses – Tiger (Orange), Phoenix (Blue), Qilin (Green) and Dragon (Yellow) – have had tremendous fun with the e-competition and have each collected lots of house points. It is a fun way to ease them into the new normal with social distancing.

Stay safe everybody!