Semarang's Best International SPK School

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Jl Gombel Lama

Ngesrep, Semarang JT 50261

07:00 - 16:00 (GMT+7)

Monday to Friday

High School (SMA)

Worthwhile School

My child immediately felt at home and can't stop reading. It's changed our lives for the better.

Steven

Lawyer

2016-03-14T15:19:08+00:00

Steven

Lawyer

My child immediately felt at home and can’t stop reading. It’s changed our lives for the better.

It’s just so good !

Couldn't be a happier parent. The school is so nice the kids love it.

Ross Sheather

2 Girls 1 Boy

2016-03-14T15:19:18+00:00

Ross Sheather

2 Girls 1 Boy

Couldn’t be a happier parent. The school is so nice the kids love it.

Best Start in Life

Permata Bangsa has given my children the best start in life. I can not praise the school enough.

Rita

2016-12-30T05:53:06+00:00

Rita

Permata Bangsa has given my children the best start in life. I can not praise the school enough.

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My son had his choice of universities overseas with the Permata Bangsa certificate and his Cambridge A Levels.
2016-12-30T06:11:34+00:00
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Key Stage 4 – IGCSE (Grade 10)

Key Stage Four is a very important period in your young adult’s life.  It ends in the first big test of your young adult’s academic progress.  Indonesian passport holders will sit the National Examinations at the end of Year 9.  Student’s planning tertiary education abroad will sit  IGCSE’s.  As such it is the first measurable step towards University and a career.  It is important your young adult arrives at the IGCSE exams ready for them and prepared to get the best results possible.

The curriculum at Key Stage Four aims to help your young adult to achieve that. However, the curriculum has not just been written to provide information, facts and answers, it has also been written to encourage your young adult to take control of their learning and become responsible for themselves. The curriculum is designed to give your young adult the skills and knowledge for a successful life beyond the National and IGCSE exams.

Curriculum Subjects

At Key Stage 4, the curriculum is as follows:

Language 1 Indonesian and English as a First Language.
Language 2 Mandarin, English and Indonesian as a Second Language.
Individuals and Society Business Studies, Economics, History, Geography, ICT and Religious Studies.
Experimental Sciences Combined Science, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Design Technology and Physical Education.
Mathematics Mathematics.
The Arts and Music Drama and Art.

Indonesian Ministry subjects:

  • Bahasa Indonesian – 4 lessons per week.
  • Civics (bilingual) – 1 lesson per week.
  • Religious Studies – 1 lesson per week.

Note: Students with non-Indonesian passports can choose a combination of ISL or ESL and Global Perspectives as an alternative to the Indonesian Ministry subjects.

Key Stage 5 – AS/A Levels (Grade 11 and 12)

Key Stage Five is a very important period in your young adult’s life. In this Key Stage young adults begin moving away from the structure and safety of Key Stage Four and begin developing the essential skills for university. In Key Stage Five, the curriculum forces our learners to take control of their learning and become independent students. Students complete A/AS Levels. Indonesian passport holders will sit National Examinations and students wishing to apply for tertiary education abroad will sit CIE A/AS Examinations.

Living in the 21st century, in an interconnected, globalized world, requires critical thinking skills and a sense of international mindedness, something that Permata Bangsa students come to know and understand. The curriculum at Key Stage Five aims to help your young adult negotiate this enormous change. Therefore, the curriculum has not just been written to provide your young adult with information, facts and answers, it has also been written to encourage your young adult to take control of their learning and become responsible for themselves.

The Key Stage 5 AS/A Level Programme is broad based and requires students to study courses across six disciplines (three of these are Higher Level and three at Standard Level).

Curriculum Subjects

At Key Stage 5, the curriculum is as follows:

Language 1 English, Indonesian, Javanese, Japanese, Self-taught Home languages
Language 2 English, Indonesian, Javanese, Japanese
Individuals and Society Critical Thinking Skills, Business Studies, Economics, Indonesian History (International), Environmental Studies, Civics, Geography, ICT and Religious Studies.
Experimental Sciences Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Design Technology and Physical Education.
Mathematics Pure Mathematics, Statistics
The Arts and Music Drama and Art.

Indonesian Ministry subjects:

  • Bahasa Indonesian – 4 lessons per week.
  • Civics (bilingual) – 1 lesson per week.
  • Religious Studies – 1 lesson per week.

 

Note: Students with non-Indonesian passports can choose a combination of ISL or ESL and Global Perspectives as an alternative to the Indonesian Ministry subjects.

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