We started our tuition career with IGCSE and A level in 1997. At that time only Gardens School is doing IGCSE. Most of our students were expatriates’ sons and daughters. Only certain categories of Malaysians can enrol in international school due to restrictions. There was always a long waiting queue for parents to enrol their children into Gardens School. By mid-2000 there is a mushrooming of private schools offering British education due to liberalisation of our education policy. There is increasing number of parents who prefer their children to have a British education. They deliver high quality educational programmes rooted in academic rigour and reflect the latest educational research. They make learners to be confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged – equipped for success in the fast-changing world.