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Our Tunjung Sari School Curriculum

The curriculum that we use at Tunjung Sari School Elementary School is the National Curriculum where this curriculum uses the independent curriculum, which is a diverse and independent intra-curricular curriculum that sharpens children’s talent interests with literacy activities.

We also use a combination of national plus curriculum activities by adopting a Cambridge curriculum that focuses on in subjects that we have aligned with the national curriculum through student literacy which is more precisely called the “National Plus Curriculum”.

The independent curriculum is a new curriculum initiated by the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture to replace the Merdeka Curriculum.

The Merdeka curriculum is a curriculum that prioritizes independent learning, literacy, student profiles, and much more besides understanding, skills, and character education, students are required to understand the material, be active in discussions and presentations and have high discipline manners.

For the activities in the national plus curriculum that we use, we use a bilingual language system that focuses on children’s literacy. And we put other activities in extra-school support activities.

Therefore, in order to create a learning atmosphere and learning process, a curriculum is needed to serve as a guide for our educators in organizing learning activities.


Natioanal Curriculum Plus

Our TPA, PG, Kindergarten and Elementary Schools:
Our school is bilingual. At this school, we use a combination of 2 curricula, namely:

1. National Curriculum
Where this curriculum uses a concrete “Merdeka Curriculum” for children where children’s social, emotional and intellectual abilities are nurtured in a safe, friendly and beautiful environment.

The Merdeka Curriculum is a curriculum with diverse intracurricular learning where the content will be more optimal so that students have enough time to explore concepts and strengthen competencies.

In the learning process, teachers have the freedom to choose various learning tools so that learning can be tailored to the learning needs and interests of students. In this curriculum there are projects to strengthen student profile achievements

2. Cambridge Curriculum
Cambridge International helps students become confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and active. Ready to face the needs of the world tomorrow, able to shape a better world for the future.

The Cambridge International Curriculum offers great flexibility in choosing subjects. This allows students to customize their education according to their interests, skills, and goals. The curriculum offers core subjects including English, mathematics, and science, as well as a variety of elective subjects covering areas such as arts, social sciences, languages, and science.

The Cambridge International Curriculum emphasizes challenging and in-depth learning. Course material is taught in a way that stimulates critical and analytical thinking. Students are encouraged to think independently, collaborate and communicate well. One of the main differences between the Cambridge International Curriculum and other curricula is its holistic approach.

The Cambridge International Curriculum does not only focus on academic aspects, but also pays attention to developing students’ life skills and personality. The main goal is to form individuals who are independent, skilled, and open to the ever-changing global world.


Our TPA, PG and KIndergarten, Primary Leaning Methods

The targets of our learning program in the classroom are:

  • Character Building
    Intellectually, namely intelligent attitude or character, good character needs to be accustomed to and exemplified in everyday life by teachers and parents. Character/living values inculcated and accustomed to by such as; order, patient, honest, responsible, forgiving, humble, considerate, sensitive, caring, tolerant, self-control, and wise.
  • School of Creativity
    As a creative school, we stimulate children’s creative potential by stimulating children to come up with ideas, think outside the box, solve problems, and think critically.
  • Active Learning
    Student/child learning activities that focus on children as subjects, not learning objects so that students/children become more active in learning activities. The learning process for early childhood is a process of interaction between children, learning resources, and educators in a particular learning environment to achieve predetermined goals.
  • Playing While Learning, Learning While Playing
    Teaching and learning activities are carried out with the concept of “playing while learning” because playing is the nature of every child. The element of play in Kindergarten education cannot be reduced, let alone completely eliminated, because the element of play is a symptom inherent in the child’s nature. This can be observed in a child who always plays anything, wherever the child is, even though the conditions of the community are different. Planned play activities, such as at school, can develop early aspects of:
    – Religion / Morals
    – Language
    – Physical (Coordination of Fine Motor and Gross Motor)
    – Art
    – Cognitive (thinking power, creativity)
    – Independence
    – Social-emotional
    In an integrative manner. Children can learn through play to understand themselves, others and their environment.
  • Bilinguals School
    Teaching English through habituation in conversation. This bilingual concept is carried out in stages, in line with the ability of the mother language (Indonesian language).
At Tunjung Sari School we offer an immersive experience for students of all ages. Our school has a firm foundation of standard academic subjects such as Indonesian, English, maths, science, and geography.
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