At all Tenby Schools, we apply a holistic, evidence-based philosophy designed to build the character of students and empower lifelong, independent learning. With our extensive experience in providing international quality education, our educators are able to challenge students on a personal, individualised basis, enabling exposure to repeated experiences that push students towards true breakthroughs in learning.
Tenby Schools Setia Eco Gardens comprises Tenby International School, which was opened in 2013, and Sekolah Sri Tenby, our Malaysian National School which opened in 2015. Our dedicated faculty consists of a mixture of Malaysian and international teachers, giving students a range of national and global perspectives. We want to balance strong academic performance and pastoral care to help students develop an ambitious, international mindset that is both forward-thinking and inclusive.
We believe that learning is a lifelong process of improvement. As such, we are constantly reviewing our learning and teaching processes to ensure that students are engaged in stimulating, challenging and relevant lessons where they can experience constant improvement and progress. This is to help them develop the qualities that will enable them to become responsible members of society, able to thrive in the 21st century.
We believe that our academic success is due to an ideal blend of local and international educators and approaches. Whether your child studies the International or Malaysian National curriculum, he or she will benefit from an international approach to school life that blends academic focus with a wide variety of pastoral and after-school activities to promote rounded development.
As part of the International Schools Partnership (ISP), we benefit from the wisdom, research and rich educational experience of a group with 50 schools in 15 countries worldwide.
In everything we do, we aim to bring to life moments of Amazing Learning.
Amazing Learning is all about going beyond the level a student thinks possible, and it happens when children are provided opportunities for “good struggle”, where they are exposed to repeated experiences that develop character in perseverance and learning.
We believe that with struggle comes the opportunity to experience breakthroughs. Ultimately, we want children to surprise themselves (and their teachers and parents), so that they can say, “I didn’t realise I could do that until now!”