Tenby International School teaches the International Primary Curriculum (IPC), which is taught in English in the Early Years and Primary School.
Your child will be learning subjects that you expect to see in any curriculum such as English, Mathematics, Science, Art, History, Geography, ICT, Music, Physical Education (PE), Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE) and foreign languages (Malay and Chinese).
The IPC is thematic and is organised into units of work. The students are continuously assessed to check on their progress as well as to identify particular learning needs that comes with the unit.
Each unit starts with an 'entry point' to get the students interested in their new learning. At the end of the unit, there will be an 'exit' activity to bring all the learning points to a close. Parents are often involved in these two activities. At the end of Year 6, all students will sit the Cambridge Checkpoint Test for English, Mathematics and Science.
In the Secondary School, the English National Curriculum (UK) is taught to students of Year 7 to Year 9. They learn English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, Design & Technology, ICT, Music, PE, PSHE and foreign languages (Malay and Chinese).
At the end of Year 9, all students will sit the Cambridge Checkpoint Test for English, Mathematics and Science. In Year 10 and Year 11, the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) is taught and students will learn subjects from the Languages, Mathematics, Sciences, Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences and Business, Technical & Vocational groups. At the of end of Year 11, all students will sit the IGCSE examination.