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Improvement a natural process of development. For the country to prosper further, its education system needs to undergo changes and transformation.

The National Key Result Areas Period (2010-2012)

The National Key Result Areas period focused on widening access to quality education through namely approaches such as the increment in pre-school enrolment, the emphasis on the National language literacy, the emphasis on numeracy, the development of high performing schools, and the introduction of the New Deal (Bai’ah) for principals encouraging principals to bring out excellence from their schools (Malaysian Ministry of Education, 2012).

The National Transformation era (2013-2025)

The National Transformation era is described in the Malaysian Education Blueprint 2013-2025 (Preschool to Post-Secondary Education) that was published by the Malaysian Ministry of Education in 2013. In this public document, the National Transformation era comprises of three waves or phases (Ministry of Education Malaysia, 2013). Wave 1, Wave 2 and Wave 3 are respectively between 2013 and 2015, between 2016 and 2020, and between 2021 and 2025. Wave 1 is about supporting teachers and focus on core skills and the need to have 100 percent of students able to use the national language and numeracy. Wave 2 is about the education system improvement implementation and the need to be at par with other 1st world nations while reducing gender and socio-economic gap. During this period, the lower secondary terminal examination i.e. PMR was discontinued and replaced with Pentafsiran Tingkatan 3 (PT3). Wave 3 is about developing flexibility in within the education system to meet specific or localized conditions and the need to be ambitious as compared to other 1st world nations. The common goal for this era is a continuum to get 100 percent students to complete their twelve years education from primary to secondary education and to reduce the urban – rural gap.

In Malaysia, that transformation was widely noted when the KSSM (Kurrikulum Standard Sekolah Menengah) replaced KBSM (Kurrikulum Bersepadu Sekolah Menengah)

The All Saints School has been providing quality for the past 115 years, and would continue to do so for the betterment of the people of Sabah (formally known as North Borneo).


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88400 Kota Kinabalu,
Sabah, Malaysia.

Tel: +60 88 428 610
Mail: pibg@allsaints.edu.my

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