The Taman Rama Intercultural School – Bali, situated in North Denpasar, is a private Satuan Pendidikan Kerjasama (SPK) school serving the educational needs of the local and expatriate families that make up the community of Bali. Our school provides high quality education from Preschool to Year 12.
Taman Rama Intercultural School – Bail prepares students for international examinations and routes to leading national and international universities. We have been a registered Cambridge international school since 2003 . Our learners take Cambridge Checkpoint assessment tests in Year 6 and Year 8, IGCSE examinations in Year 10, and AS and A-level examinations in Year 11 and 12, and our Indonesian students sit for national examinations in Year 6, 9 and 12.
Our Cambridge programmes are designed to develop learners who are confident, responsible, innovative and engaged. We provide a supportive environment which recognises each individual’s talents, encourages pupil’s aspirations and creates opportunities for them to become responsible, self-disciplined adults. Our school bases many of its philosophies on the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and fully believes in the Indonesian national motto of ‘Unity in Diversity’ and the constitutional philosophy of Pancasila.
Our Preschool programme, which begins with Toddlers (aged 2) and goes through to K2 (age 6), is committed to the development of high standards of international education. English is the language of instruction and communication in the classroom and children are encouraged to use English from an early age. English lessons are taught by native English speaking teachers and subject lessons cover all aspects of development including moral, social and emotional awareness, and independent thinking.
The programme includes language, cognitive / mathematics, problem-solving and thinking skills, physical development, motor skills, and art, craft, music and dance skills. Daily lessons are structured around classroom and outside activities.
Cambridge Primary (6-11 years old)
Cambridge Primary is a curriculum framework to develop English, Mathematics, and Science skills, knowledge and understanding in younger learners. These core subjects are complemented by studies in social issues, history and geography, as well as, studies in Indonesian language, art, the performing arts, foreign languages (French, Mandarin and Japanese), ICT, physical education and religion.
Cambridge Primary has Progression Tests at the end of year stage culminating in the Cambridge Checkpoint examinations in April of the final year of primary studies, Grade 6.
As the first Cambridge Primary programme in Indonesia our international teachers are now some of the most experienced Cambridge Primary curriculum teachers in Indonesia.
Cambridge Secondary (12 to 18 years old)
Taman Rama Intercultural School’s Secondary programme begins with Lower Secondary, Year 7 and 8, and provides a natural progression for children from primary education. It builds on Cambridge Primary to develop each child’s knowledge and skills in English, Mathematics and Science, and introduces learners to a broader more academic curriculum which includes English language, Mathematics and Science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics), Commerce, Geography, History, Information Technology, Indonesian language, Art and Culture, Music, and Foreign language options of French, Mandarin and Japanese. At this stage of the programme there is a strong focus on English language and developing reading, writing, speaking and listening skills, and ensuring learners are adequately prepared for the next stage of their education. It also gives learners an understanding of the types of subjects that are available at IGCSE.
The International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) is one of the most recognised qualifications around the world. IGCSE courses are renowned for developing vital educational skills, including recall of knowledge, oral skills, problem solving, initiative, team work and investigative skills.
IGCSE subject courses start in Year 9 and conclude in Year 10. Each subject has a range of different assessment methods, including coursework, practical exercises, and oral and listening tests, projects and written examinations. Many Cambridge subjects value individual points of view and ideas, so it is important that learners develop the necessary skills to able to respond and express their own opinions in writing.
At Taman Rama Intercultural School learners are encouraged to study a wide range of IGCSE subjects and follow a broad and balanced curriculum which supports progression into the advanced programme in Years 11 & 12.
Taman Rama Intercultural School – Bali has alumni students at universities around world. Our learners consistently achieve high grades in their international examinations and many have won High Achievement, Top in Indonesia and Top in the World awards.
Our after-school Extracurricular Activities programme provides a wide variety of options for students. We cover art, dance and music, and we hold a musical show for students’ families biannually which is hosted at one of Bali’s major theatre venues. Our English, Mathematics and Science clubs give coaching and build confident for both international and government-organised academic competitions. And our sports programme prepares teams for various sporting events, tournaments and competitions throughout the year. There are also clubs for students interested in computing, crafts, gardening and environmentally issues and more. Recent student-led initiatives resulted in water-dispensers being installed across the school and a total ban on plastic in school canteens.
Cambridge AS and A-levels are international qualifications which are widely recognised and valued by universities worldwide – including the UK, USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Singapore. Advance level begins in Year 11 and finishes after two years of study in Year 12. Students follow a complete timetable of subjects but choose to focus on three to four A-level subjects for international examination – which is required for overseas university entrance.
Taman Rama Intercultural School – Bali seeks to develop learners with lively enquiring minds, including the ability to question and argue rationally and to apply themselves to tasks with confidence. Acquire the knowledge and skills relevant to adult life and employment in a rapidly changing word. To develop learners with a range of skills necessary to work in successful collaboration with others and independently in the community.
If you would like to learn more about Taman Rama Intercultural School – Bali please contact: +62.361.416366 / email: email@example.com.