Old Primary School Curriculum (KLSR) start since Malaysia gained independence. Rahman Talib Report the subject review committee has been established to review the national education policy as proposed in the Razak Report that has been established to review the national education policy as proposed in the Razak Report that has been made on 1956 and early education policy before the 1957 Education Ordinance. There are three stages of education system on this curriculum. In this curriculum, the aim is to teach all the students on how to read and write. Students had been examined to know their ability. Based on Rahman Talib Report, all students must pass in Bahasa Melayu paper. On 1979, Old Primary School Curriculum (KLSR) has been change into New Primary School Curriculum (KBSR). This is because the cabinet committee has found that Old Primary School Curriculum (KLSR) have it weakness in many ways. Such as, the syllabus has been repeated and does not have connection towards each other. In terms of syllabus it is quite a lot and it make the students felt bored. Also, the curriculum activities that have been done had been teach separately from the syllabus and does not have any connection with the formal education.