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The feedback gained from Cambridge Primary Checkpoint is an invaluable source of information for learners, parents and teachers. Learners and parents will have a transferable indication of academic progress and achievement. Schools will be able to make strategic decisions, drawing upon a pool of information and specialist reporting tools built into Cambridge Primary Checkpoint."

 

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          Royal Buckingham School Primary Curriculum

Language Arts

The Cambridge Primary Language Programme at Royal Buckingham School develops communication skills in written and spoken English with both fluency and understanding using relevant and authentic context based on a student's prior experience and current understanding in the subject. The programme follows three developments:

  • Written Communication (reading and writing)

  • Visual Communication (viewing and presenting)

 

Mathematics

Mathematics in Royal Buckingham School Jakarta is not just a set of facts to be memorised, but is a way of describing and analysing the world around us. It is a problem-solving tool, which gives students the opportunity to see themselves as 'mathematicians'. Its global language helps make sense of the world and can be used as a way of thinking with many different strategies for problem-solving. Wherever possible, Mathematics is taught through relevant and realistic contexts. Because mathematics in Royal Buckingham School, learning is a developmental process whereby phases not always linear nor age related, the curriculum is presented in developmental continues for each of the five strands of Mathematics data handling, measuring, shape and space, pattern and function, and number. 


Science 

Through the exploration of science and technology at Royal Buckingham School, students build their understanding about aspects of the natural world whilst developing an appreciation and awareness of the world from a scientific perspective. Reflection within the scientific context allows students to develop a sense of responsibility about their actions on themselves, others and their world. 

Throughout the Cambridge Primary Curriculum at Royal Buckingham International School Jakarta, students will:

  • Study and communicate important scientific ideas, processes, skills and methodology relating to everyday experiences
  • Plan, design, construct and carry out simple experiments
  • Observe physical evidence and appreciate subtle differences
  • Observe communicate and explore ideas and record their observations and hypotheses
  • Gain positive values and attitudes towards science and technology

These understandings and skills are developed in the context of four main strands: living things, earth and space, materials and matter and forces and energy.

 

Social Studies

Social studies at Royal Buckingham School Jakarta guides students towards a deeper understanding of themselves and others, and of their place in an increasingly global society. It provides opportunities for students to look at and think about human behaviour and activity realistically, objectively, and with sensitivity. It is essentially about people: how they think, feel and act; how they interact with others; their beliefs, aspirations and pleasures; the problems they have to face; how and where they live (or lived); how they interact with their environment; the work they do; and how they organize themselves. 
The study follows five main strands:

  • Human systems and economic activities
  • Social organization and culture
  • Continuity and change through time
  • Human and natural environments
  • Resources and the environment

These strands are similar to the traditional subjects of History, Geography and Society, but provide more scope for students to develop a broader range of research skills and conceptual understandings including an awareness of humankind's role in, and dependence on, the natural and constructed world, and how to apply this knowledge in responsible ways.


World Languages

The Mother Tongue Programme helps students maintain and develop their home language literacy and culture. This is a unique feature of Royal Buckingham International School and we take pride in being a leading school in implementing a range of Mother Tongue languages. Current mother tongue languages include: Hindi, Chinese, Gujrati, Russian and Spanish, although other languages may be added or dropped depending on need. Mother Tongue languages are usually taught in two groups - Lower Primary (Grades 1 & 2), Middle Primary (Grades 3 & 4)  and Upper Primary (Grades 5 through 6) with each group receiving four lessons per week.

 

Visual Art, Music & PE

The creative process is a driving force in inquiry-based learning. In the Primary Arts Programme, the creative disciplines of Visual Arts, Music and Drama are closely connected with each other and linked to other curriculum area based on the International Primary Curriculum. Students are given the opportunity to draw on a wide range of stimuli, the creative works of professional artists, contemporary and historical literature, music, artwork, dance and stories.


Visual Art

Through Visual Art, students communicate beyond spoken language and begin to construct an understanding of their community, their environment, their own feelings and emotions, and to develop their cultural awareness. The expectations of the Visual Arts Programme are arranged into four strands: creative processes, elements of art and design, reflection and appreciation and visual arts in society.

 

Drama 

Drama is a powerful teaching tool, allowing students to examine ideas from different viewpoints and to explore the concepts from different curriculum areas. The Drama scope and sequence identifies six strands: creative exploration and expression, technical incorporation, performance, personal and social development, reflection, evaluation and appreciation and drama in society.

 

Music

Students from Grade 1 to Grade 5 at Royal Buckingham School have lessons in the Music room with a Music specialist teacher. In addition to music classes, students may participate in singing or string groups, music workshops and master classes and may take private instrumental lessons including drums, flute, guitar, piano and keyboard. Cello, voice classes and other instruments are available according to demand. All students have the opportunity to perform during the music recital evening, assemblies and other occasions.

 

Technology

Supported by Information and Communication and Technology teachers, technology is integrated into all areas of the curriculum. All classes have Smart Boards with digital overhead projectors. Laptops are available for Grade 1 - 7. Grades 1 to 7 also has 2 IMAC (Apple) computers in their classroom.  Video and digital cameras are available as needed. There are also computers in the school common area.

 

Library

The library is a vibrant place where students enjoy visiting. It is stocked and the collection is constantly expanded. Students in the lower grades have weekly scheduled library lessons with their teachers for stories, library skill lessons, and book check out times. Upper grade students can check books out as time allows and teachers schedule lessons on a variety of library and research topics to support various aspects of the curriculum.

 

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The International Primary Curriculum Learning Goals

The clearest learning goals you'll find, helping children be aware of the real purpose of every lesson and every activity. Rigorously organized around the three key kinds of learning-knowledge, skills, understanding-you'll have access to learning goals for every curriculum subject, personal development and, uniquely, international mindedness.

 

 

Units of Work  

The units of work are where learning happens. More than 70 different and exciting thematic unit of work have been developed for children aged 6-7 [Milepost1], 8-9 [Milepost 2] and 10-12 [Milepost3] with more in the pipeline. Each unit of work provides teachers with everything they need to plan exciting learning experiences for their children and help children achieve great learning, Included are units such as:

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Milepost 1: The Stories People Tell, I'm Alive, The World of Our Senses
Milepost 2: Chocolate, They Made a Difference, Treasure, Survival
Milepost 3: What Price Progress? What Does Our World Look Like? The Global Swap-Shop

 

Brain-friendly learning

The International Primary Curriculum transforms brain research theory into classroom practice, giving teachers, children and schools the most up-to-date learning activities and approaches. Our work with teachers around the world has helped us sort.

 

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WHY CHOOSE ROYAL BUCKINGHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL, JAKARTA?

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Primary_SchoolRoyal Buckingham Primary Department, Jakarta; nurture students and prepare them for enrollment into secondary education. Our primary department ranges from grade 1 to 5 and we use both International Primary Curriculum and University of Cambridge International Examinations Curriculum. Royal Buckingham Primary, Jakarta depends on the expertise of expatriate teachers with vast teaching experience to groom primary students.

 

Below are features of a good primary school parents should look out for when choosing a primary school for their child.

  • A good primary school must provide your child with the opportunity to have a solid foundation, which would further lead to better understanding of academic activities in the secondary school.

  • A good primary school must build your child’s ability to reason logically and be able to understand some basic things in the environment.

  • A good primary school must identify the capabilities of your child and help him/her improve it in order to make optimum use of it.

  • A good primary school must create an enabling environment for your child, which will bring out the best in him/her.

  • A good primary school must have qualified and experienced teachers who are highly motivated to nurture your child into a responsible student.

  • A good primary school must avail your child the opportunity to think freely and be creative.

  • A good primary school must make the social development of your child it’s priority and help him/her grow responsibly.

  • A good primary school must have limited number of students and considerable number of teachers per class in order to enhance student teacher relationship.

  • A good primary school must be fully equipped with visual teaching and learning facilities to make learning interesting to students.

  • A good primary school must prepare your child for enrollment into any secondary school of your choice.

These are the reasons Royal Buckingham Primary Department, Jakarta stands out among other primary schools because we offer nothing but the best to our students. 

 

We Are Located At:

Royal Buckingham SchoolRoyal Buckingham School, Jakarta

Jl. Danau Indah Raya, Blok A1 No. 16 & 17 Sunter Jaya. Jakarta Utara 14350

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