Quick summary of key school information
|Language of instruction||English|
|Native English teachers|
|Extra languages (other than English)|
|Class sizes||Average||25 students / class|
This school does not make their fees public for the academic year 2022/2023.
All the details about this school in their own words
|Number of students||
|Average number of students per class||
|Language support for students not fluent in English||
Support will be provided wherever possible and students will be monitored in terms of their progress in English. Parents are expected to support the development of English outside of the school.
|Additional language classes offered by the school||
Bahasa Malaysia Mandarin, French, Dutch
Depends on the grade level.
|Entry evaluation for students||
|Brief description of entry evaluation required||
Tenby School is non-selective and use the GL Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT4) as a means of assessing potential, in order to best decide whether our schools will be able to meet a student’s educational needs.
CAT4 assesses a student's ability to reason with and manipulate different types of material through a series of verbal, non-verbal, quantitative and spatial ability tasks. Three online tests are taken during the assessment period and in order to be considered for a place, prospective students will be expected to demonstrate they have at least average potential in these tests. Students may be invited in to the school for an additional interview and/or asked to provide further evidence of their aptitude in such areas as English Language and Bahasa Malaysia (Private Malaysian curriculum schools), before a final decision is made. Students will sit the test applicable to the year group appropriate for their age.
|Deadline for registration (new academic year)||
|Students can join after academic year begins||
|External examinations or assessments available||
IGCSE, A Level
|School bus service available||
|Dedicated staff/programs for students with special learning needs||
Tenby School will only admit students with special and/or learning support needs if the student is able to access the curriculum on offer with limited assistance. Each case will be considered on an individual basis.
|School start time||
KG1 - G1: 8:00
|School finish time||
KG1 - KG2: 13:30
|Extracurricular activities or clubs offered||
Art jamming, battle of the books, battle of words, ceramic arts, Chinese calligraphy, computer game design, cookery, debate club, drawing and painting, Gaelic football, gaming, handicraft, science, karate, living skills, maths, Minecraft, Model United Nations, origami, photography, playdough, fitness training, orchestra, German, zumba, artistic gymnastics, badminton, basketball, boxing, cheerleading, chess, kungfu, dance, diabolo, fencing, Lego, tennis, golf, running, Lego robotics, softball, streetdance, volleyball, yoga.
|School provided lunches||
|Sports activities included||
|Sports facilities at the school||
Basketball courts, football fields, tennis courts, swimming pool, playgrounds.
|Sports teams or sport competitions available for students||
|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school||
Tenby Schools, Setia Eco Park started in 2008 and was the first purpose built school of Tenby Schools Malaysia, housing both the national private school and the international school on the same campus. Tenby Schools, Setia Eco Park has many wonderful qualities. With many dedicated, creative and hard-working students and staff, and a very supportive parent body, united as a team, the school has a ‘blueprint’ for great success.
|Teaching approach of the school||
Primary school students in the international school follow the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) which is based on the National Curriculum for England, adapted for international students. This dynamic curriculum is being rapidly taken up by international primary schools all over the world. It follows a child-centred, thematic approach with rigorous assessment to ensure not only that each child’s progress is monitored and enhanced but also that children enjoy their schooling.
Students in Key Stage 1 (5 – 7 years old) and Key Stage 2 (7 – 11 years old) study the core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science and Information Communication Technology (ICT) together with Geography, History, Design & Technology, Music, Physical Education, Art & Design and Malay. Chinese or French in introduced in Key Stage 2 as an additional foreign language. External assessment at the end of Key Stage 2 is through the Checkpoint tests administered by Cambridge International Examinations.
Secondary school students in the international school follow the programmes of study of National Curriculum for England appropriately modified for international students. Throughout Key Stage 3 (Years 7 – 9), all students study the core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science and Information Communication Technology (ICT) together with Geography, History, Design & Technology, Music, Drama, Physical Education, Art & Design and two further languages (one of which will be Malay and Mandarin or French as the second). External assessment at the end of Key Stage 3 is through the Checkpoint tests administered by Cambridge International Examinations.
In Key Stage 4 (Years 10 & 11), students in the international school choose from a range of courses leading to the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations. All students follow courses in English and Mathematics and are encouraged to select a broad range of subjects from Art & Design, Business Studies, Design & Technology, Drama, Economics, Geography, History, French, Malay, Mandarin and Physical Education. Additional Mathematics is also available for pupils selected by the school.