What makes Batari School different?



The learning environment in preschool (for children aged 2-6) facilitates exploration of new activities each day, allowing children to develop fine and gross motor skills, improve social skills such as language and manners, and increase independence and adaptability. Guided by caring teachers, the developmentally appropriate activities are designed to foster curiosity, communication, and confidence.

As children get older, more specific areas of learning are introduced, including numeracy, phonics, Bahasa Indonesia, early science, moral lessons, and physical education, as well as creative arts. Mandarin is also introduced as a foreign language starting at age 4. To enhance creativity and imagination, a variety of fun, thematic activities are regularly offered, such as Costume Day and Culture Day, where role-playing and hands-on learning is emphasized.

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At Batari Elementary, we strive to make learning relevant and meaningful for our students by adopting an inquiry-based, integrated curriculum that prioritizes the child as a learner.

We recognize that each child comes to us as a distinct individual with unique experiences, backgrounds, abilities, and interests. Therefore, our teachers promote cross-cultural understanding and differentiate instruction to meet the needs, abilities, and learning styles of each student. We provide a safe and stimulating environment to offer a balanced education program, enabling every child to learn and grow to their greatest potential.


One of our holistic learning approaches is "Learning How to Learn," which empowers students with the skill to develop different learning strategies. We encourage students to become fully involved in school life by actively participating in our challenging academic curriculum and interdisciplinary projects, as well as co-curricular activities and community involvement programs. All of these experiences help students develop the skills and qualities they will need in high school and beyond.

The high school curriculum is practical and experiential, focusing on the needs of their generation. It prepares students to tackle the expected challenges of university life independently while also being responsibly receptive to unexpected changes in the future. Additionally, it aims to equip students with the skills they will need if they decide to support themselves while in university.

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