The teachers at Tenby Schools Setia Eco Park are more than just teachers. They are lifelong learners, a person who
This year’s Eco Week were held from 24 – 29 October 2021, where several activities were lined up for students, parents, and staff. This year’s Eco Week were divided into several themes, which include Biodiversity & Nature, Climate Change, Energy, Global Citizenship, Healthy Living, Waste and Water.
Eco Week is back this year from 25th – 29th October 2021. The Eco Committee has lined up plenty of activities for the Tenby SEP community to participate in. Activities are open to students, parents & staff. There will also be a virtual tour that will be held live on Facebook & Eco Talk on Living Zero Waste and Sustainable Lifestyle.
We are very excited to be able to offer ‘Jungle School’ sessions for our EYFS children (nursery and reception). We are lucky enough to have wonderful school grounds, that we can use to provide Amazing Learning experiences outside of the EYFS Centre
Safeguarding is in everything we do at Tenby. All our staff community, from our security guards and cleaners, to the Heads of School and Campus Principal know the role they play in keeping our students safe at school.
Read more about safeguarding in our school here.
The big question that most students ask after they’ve graduated from school is, ‘What should I do next?’, or ‘Should I go for Foundation or A Levels?’.
In this article, we asked our Head of International, Secondary, Mr. Jeff Ison, and Head of Sekolah Sri Tenby, Seconday, Ms. Saw Hooi Chin, on what are the difference between A Levels and NCUK International Foundation Year (NCUK IFY).
Schools will certainly have new measures set in place to ensure that all pupils learn in a safe environment. They will balance health and educational benefits, with the learners’ well-being as a priority. You can also do your part for a smoother transition by preparing your children for school. Here are some ways you can employ as your children get ready for Standard 1.
We think being a teacher is the best job in the world but it also has its own unique demands. In our latest blog, our Head of International Primary, Ms. Elizabeth Grundy, considers what we look for in a good International Primary Teacher here at Tenby Setia Eco Park.
We talk to our Campus Principal on school reopening and how we ensure that learning is safe in school.
You are our best ambassadors! Tenby Schools Setia Eco Park would like to reward you for being loyal to us.