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|Language of instruction||English|
|Native English teachers|
|Extra languages (other than English)|
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|Number of students||
|Additional language classes offered by the school||
|External examinations or assessments available||
IB Diploma, IGCSE, A Levels
|School bus service available||
|School provided lunches||
Canteen provides healthy lunches and snacks for students and does not sell soda drinks that are known for their high sugar content. Instead, the school provides drinking water and encourages students to bring their own water bottle.
|Sports activities included||
All students take Physical Education. The course content of the main areas of involvement is as follows:
Games : Students are taught a wide variety of competitive team and individual games, covering the following types: invasion (e.g., football), striking/fielding (e.g., softball), and net/wall (e.g., badminton). They learn to extend their skills, techniques, tactics and strategies and learn the rules, laws and scoring systems applicable to a variety of games
Swimming: If students cannot swim, they will be taught the basic techniques. Other students are taught increasingly complex skills in all four strokes, starts and turns in competitive situations. They also apply these and other techniques in water polo.
|Sports facilities at the school||
Indoor playground, indoor sports hall, swimming pool, basketball court, football field.
|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school||
Jakarta Multicultural School is a private international school that has one of the lowest teacher to student ratio in Jakarta, allowing the school to pay attention to individual students. As one big family, JMS’ environment prevents bullying from happening.
JMS is an International Baccalaureate school and also a registered Cambridge International Centre with the University of Cambridge International Examinations.
|Teaching approach of the school||
The school's vision is an education that respects the natural ability and intrinsic motivation of children; an education that expands the children’s natural capacity and desire for intellectual rigour and for independently seeking and finding meaning, truth and enjoyment in everything they learn.