Kinetic Sand

Reception students of Rafflesia International School Puchong using kinetics sand. Have you ever heard of Kinetic Sand? It’s super cool but extremely difficult to describe. There are many benifits of using kinetics sand

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Malaysia Day Assembly

Happy 59th Independence Day Malaysia

Happy 59th Independence Day Malaysia ?? Selamat Hari Merdeka!#Merdeka #RafflesiaInternational #MalaysiaIndependenceDay

Good job guys on your IGCSE Exams!

Open Day 20 Aug 2016


A visit by 24 educationists from 17 schools in China


We awarded scholarship to 5 deserving primary school students


Dragon Boat Race

Every year on the 5th Day of 5th Month in the traditional lunar Chinese Calendar, there is a day of grand celebration to commemorate the death of a great Chinese poet Mr. Qu Yuan. This particular day was called “Duanwu Festival” in English or “端午节” in Chinese.

The day is celebrated by eating “zongzi” (glutinous rice wrapped in bamboo leaves) and dragon boat racing.

On June 3rd 2014, without a lake or river, Rafflesia International School, Puchong held its first land-based ‘Rafflesia Dragon boat race’ on the basketball court, for the celebration of the “Duanwu Festival”. Classes from Year 3 and above participated, each sending a representative team to compete. Using their own ideas, each team created a dragon boat using cardboard boxes and other recycled materials.

Just like all other dragon boat races, teamwork is important in order to win the race. Co-ordinated footwork and movement is vital for the team to move in a uniform manner. All particpating teams were given the chance to practice before the event. During the race, all students were very excited and gave their loudest cheers to their classmates.

The race ended on a high note, Mr. Remus congratulated the students on their hard work in making the dragon boats, their Sportsmanship and competitive spirit during the Dragon Boat Race.

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Sin Chew Jit Poh


Collaboration with INTI International University & Colleges


Rafflesia International & Private Schools (Rafflesia) and INTI International University & Colleges (INTI) officiated a Collaboration Agreement to provide a continuation of a purposeful and quality education pathway from Rafflesia’s Early Years, Primary & Secondary education up to the INTI tertiary education, and also to cooperate in jointly developing and promoting both organization instructional and institutional excellence.


Forging synergistic partnerships with one of the Malaysia leading tertiary educational institution, INTI, will ensure Rafflesias’ students have a seamless education pathway to success from Early Years to tertiary education. Through this synergy, Rafflesias’ students and parents will be exposed to INTI’s world-class tertiary education system with special offers in INTI tuition fees. In turn, Rafflesia will offer the children or sibling of INTI’s alumni and employees special privileges in school fees to study at Rafflesia.


The signing ceremony was held on 12th May 2014, Monday morning 9:00a.m. at INTI College Subang Campus, the agreement was signed by Madam Teh Siew Lan, Rafflesia’s Group CEO and Mr. Amit Sevak, CEO of INTI.


Together with Rafflesias’ existing collaborative partners, Tsinghua Experimental School in China, St. Mary’s  School in the United States and Chinese International School in Singapore, this collaboration is yet another step forward for Rafflesia in their endeavor to develop links with world leading educational institutions for collaborations that can result in synergy and mutual benefits. The Rafflesia-INTI collaboration is the first for Rafflesia with a tertiary institution to ensure Rafflesias’ students a seamless excellence education even after they graduate from school.


A memorable moment from the representatives of Rafflesia

A memorable moment from the representatives of Rafflesia

Rafflesia's Group CEO, Madam Teh signing the agreement in action

Rafflesia’s Group CEO, Madam Teh signing the agreement in action

From the left, Mr. Amit Sevak, CEO of INTI and Madam Teh, Group CEO of Rafflesia International & Private Schools

From the left, Mr. Amit Sevak, CEO of INTI and Madam Teh, Group CEO of Rafflesia International & Private Schools