Malaysian National Curriculum
Sekolah Sri Tenby Setia Eco Park combines the best of the Malaysian National Curriculum with a global perspective and outlook, preparing Malaysian students for local and global success in their career pathway of choice.
In line with Tenby Schools’ ethos of blending local and international approaches to education, students at Sekolah Sri Tenby benefit from a distinctive school experience and culture that grounds them in the core subjects of the national curriculum while exposing them to an international student body in an environment where the English is the primary mode of communication.
Furthermore, Sekolah Sri Tenby Setia Eco Park is a certified Dual Language Programme school, meaning that we are one of a select group of National-type schools in Malaysia to offer Mathematics and Science subjects in both Bahasa Melayu and English.
An education at Sekolah Sri Tenby Setia Eco Park begins in the Primary years, where students study the Malaysian National Primary School Standard Curriculum, or Kurikulum Standard Sekolah Rendah (KSSR), from Standard 1 to Standard 6 (ages 7-12). During the Primary years, emphasis is placed on providing students with a broad base of learning across major subject groups, with the aim of nurturing well-rounded thinkers who can succeed in their first major examination held at the completion of Standard 6 – the Primary School Achievement Test (Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah or UPSR)
The Secondary curriculum then takes things a step further, allowing students aged 13 to 17 room for greater specialisation as they begin to discover what they wish to pursue as a career choice. At this stage, a rigorous academic approach is complemented by greater participation in school activities and in leadership positions, as we aim to fashion responsible, conscientious young adults ready to take on the world.
Students in Secondary work towards two crucial examinations: the Form Three Assessment (Pentaksiran Tingkatan Tiga or PT3) in Form 3, and the Malaysian Certificate of Education (Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia or SPM) in Form 5.
Learning Beyond The Classroom
A key reason for our success of Sekolah Sri Tenby Setia Eco Park is the opportunity provided to students to supplement traditional, in-class learning with a well-rounded, holistic education that goes beyond the classroom.
In all year groups, co-curricular activities are mandatory as they provide the opportunity for students to expand their horizons beyond academics while engaging with the rest of the school community, including students from Tenby International School. Meanwhile, participation in other after school activities such as personal development camps, sports and music teams, school trips and more help to fortify passions and strengthen bonds while forging leadership skills by encouraging responsible decision making and problem solving.
Our educators are always on the lookout for new and innovative ways to engage and inspire our students while implementing the Tenby Schools philosophy of Amazing Learning. Amazing Learning is about developing the whole student – academically, socially, emotionally and more – through repeated experiences that hardwire getting better through good struggle. And, with the ideal blend of an international outlook allied with a rich grounding in the local educational curriculum, we are positioned to bring this philosophy to life for all students of Sekolah Sri Tenby Setia Eco Park.