The IB-PYP offers an inquiry-based programme which focuses not only to the learning process and outcomes, but also to the learners as well. Guided by 6 transdisciplinary themes of global importance, PYP students develop knowledge, conceptual understandings, skills and the attribute of the IB learner profile, to make a positive difference in their own lives, their communities, and beyond. (ibo.org)

Cambridge International Curriculum

Cambridge international curriculum is a global standard for education, which has been recognised by universities and employers worldwide. The curriculum is flexible, challenging and inspiring, culturally sensitive yet international in approach. The Cambridge qualification comes with an impressive reputation, helping students prepares for life and helping them to develop an informed curiosity and lasting passion for learning. They also gain the essential skills they need for success at university and in their future careers.

To manifest its mission: ‘Actualizing world class standards’, in 2010 Madania School joined over 10,000 schools in over 160 countries following the Cambridge international curriculum. Our students become a part of the global community of Cambridge learners all around the world. The curriculum is international in philosophy and approach, but can be tailored to local contexts. Cambridge gives the flexibility to the school to adjust and modify their curricula to integrate the international curriculum and the national content. Madania School implements the Cambridge qualification in secondary level to prepare and equip students with the skills they need to succeed both at university and beyond.

Indonesian National Curriculum

It is widely acknowledged that our education system is challenged by the demand for new skills, new mindset and new approaches to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Globalization and rapid advances in technology have transformed the civic space and the world of work, which make our education system disconnected from the realities and needs of global societies. The future education system, however, with learners at its center, designed to help learners seek for mastery not only core knowledge but also skills and dispositions that promote lifelong learning.

Madania School has started earlier by implementing differentiated learning and self-regulated learning. Through ‘student’s agency’ and ‘learner’s autonomy’; the teachers have trained the students to be an independent - self-directed learner who takes responsibility and control of their own learning.

Madania school is more than ready to implement Kurikulum Merdeka. Let’s welcome the new school year with the new curriculum and new mindset to progress to a new direction.

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