Welcome to the Tenby Schools Ipoh Sixth Form, offering the A Level programme.
Tenby Schools Ipoh is an accredited Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) and as such are able to offer the Cambridge International A-Level examinations. The Cambridge A-Levels are regarded as a gold standard pre-university qualification worldwide.
We have two intakes in a year; January and June. The January intake is an 18-month programme with students following three (3) A-Level subjects. The June intake is a 24-month programme with students generally following four (4) A-Level subjects.
- to enable students to select courses which best meet their needs at excellent universities around the world.
- to develop intellectual curiosity and academic rigour.
- to encourage students to embrace fully all aspects of the school's extended curriculum.
Tenby Ipoh Sixth Form students are young adults who are granted a higher level of freedom to prepare for the demands of university life - and, at the same time, trusted with a higher level of responsibility. Students will continue to have regular sessions during which they will research future careers and universities, and will be guided through the application process and supported in preparing for the world beyond Tenby International School Ipoh.
All Sixth Form students should be able to demonstrate:
- An excellent record of attendance and punctuality
- A positive attitude to all school work
- Good relations with peers and teachers
- Contribute to the wider school community
- The ability to work independently
Beyond the Classroom
A very important feature of the Tenby Ipoh Sixth Form is the opportunity it provides for students to take part in community service. By choosing how they would like to work with our service partners, students are able to help those less fortunate than themselves. Students learn so much about hteir own values and their compassion towards other people through community service. This is therefore an essential part of the course.
Students are expected to take on responsibilities in school and will all develop their leadership skill through a variety of opportunities available to them. All students in the Tenby Ipoh Sixth Form are eligible to apply to become Head Students, Prefects, Student Counsellors and House Captains. These post-holders will play a key role in assisting staff and other students in the running of the school.
SUPPORT & GUIDANCE
Students are allocated a tutor who will monitor their progress both within the classroom and in co-curricular activities, discussing any problems or challenges that may be experienced. The tutor offers one to one support and, with our small tutor groups, the pupils benefit from the in-depth knowledge their tutor will have of them, their interests and their aspirations. This becomes especially important when students come to choose a suitable degree course and prepare their application, where their tutor will be their initial guide. For students with additional needs, the school has a dedicated unit that helps with students where English is a second language or any other additional needs a pupil may have.
C.A.S.E (CREATIVITY, ACTION, SERVICE, ENRICHMENT)
All Sixth Form students participate in C.A.S.E. As part of this, students explore topics and issues under the headings of Creativity, Action, Service and Enrichment. Time is set aside in school to develop key skills and understanding through a series of visiting speakers, visits and activities. However, students are also expected to build their C.A.S.E portfolio through participation in leadership opportunities, sports events and teams, community service activities, the arts and life skills workshops. C.A.S.E is designed to develop all of the non-academic skills required by top universities globally.
Choosing Your Subjects
Tenby Ipoh Sixth Form offers a broad range of A-Level courses that are taught by experienced and highly qualified staff that will suit most career pathways. In addition to the optional courses, all Sixth Form students take a core course which includes Leadership, Community Work, Wellbeing and C.A.S.E.
It is important that students consider their strengths, future plans and interests. Students should talk to a number of people including teachers, tutors, parents and other students about their choices. Advice about choosing courses will be given at the 'Options Evening' or 'Sixth Form Info Session'.
List of Subjects offered at Tenby Schools Ipoh Sixth Form:
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Tenby Schools Ipoh has produced more than 230 Sixth Form students since its first cohort in 2010, and they are all over the world now, either studying at top universities or plying their trade in various fields, having graduated from universities. Some of them have been awarded scholarships to further their studies at their dream universities. Tenby Ipoh has the EXPERIENCE and PROVEN KNOW-HOW to enable any student, with the potential, to be a successful applicant.
A Level June 2018 exam results has seen a vast improvement compared to previous years. 50% of all A Level grades scoring either an A* or A grade, with 19% attaining an A*. 88% of all results secured A* to B grades, and the percentage for A* to C grades was an amazing 94%. Our Year 13 students also achieved a 100% pass rate for the A Level examination and they deserve to be congratulated on achieving this splendid set of A Level results. A special mention for Matthew Goh Sek Foong who obtained 1A* and 2As in Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics respectively.
COME AND JOIN US AT TENBY IPOH SIXTH FORM
Join us at Tenby Schools Ipoh and obtain your high quality A-Level qualification here to enter the university of your choice around the world. The best A-Level programme in Ipoh in a conducive learning facilities, the Tenby Ipoh Sixth Form will prepare you for your future journey.
It is also a golden opportunity for all the students to interact within a culturally diverse community of students, who come from different countries including Malaysia. Being away from home is a learning process for students to become independent, and a chance to understand about other cultural values, respecting and embracing our differences.