At Tenby Schools, we believe that school education goes further than just academic results. It’s about developing the life skills and habits – whether academic, social or emotional – that will enable students to adapt to an ever-changing global environment as 21st century citizens. To understand our educational philosophy from the inside out, read some of our published articles and opinion pieces below.
Safeguarding at Tenby Schools Setia Eco Park
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.
Difference between Tenby Schools A Levels and NCUK International Foundation Year
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).
Preparing Your Child to Step into School
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.
What Makes a Good Teacher in Primary School?
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.
Ensuring a Safe Learning Environment
We talk to our Campus Principal on school reopening and how we ensure that learning is safe in school.
Amazing Futures : How Do We Prepare Our Students
In this blog piece, Mr. Jeff Ison, Head of International Secondary, answers some question on how we prepare our students for an amazing future.
Student Essay 2 – Impact of Lockdown on Our Planet
About WordPress My Sites Setia Eco Park 00 Comments in moderation New SEOEnter a focus keyphrase to calculate the SEO score Forms Howdy, tenbysep Log Out Add New Post Save Draft Preview(opens in a new tab) Publish… Add title Student Essay 2 – Impact of Lockdown on Our Planet We received some fantastic essay submission by our students during Eco Week. Today, we would like to share another winning essay on the topic of "Impact of Lockdown on Our Planet", by Tan Jia Xuan in Form 5.
Student Essay 1 - Impact of Lockdown on Our Planet
During Tenby Schools Setia Eco Park Eco Week in May, we ran an essay competition for all students on the topic of "Impact of Lockdown on Our Planet". The committee received plenty of amazing essays, but could only pick 3 best essays. Here, we share with you one of the winning essay by our Year 9 student, Kim Kyeongryn. Read the full essay here
ISP Virtual Buddy Programme
ISP has adapted the Buddy Exchange Programme to become the “ISP Virtual Buddy Exchange Programme (VBEP)”. We are proud to have our students to participate in this programme, where students get to discuss on weekly topics such as Being a teenager during the lockdown, Music, Film & TV, Sports and A Tour of their city or country.
Tenby Philharmonic Orchestra
Tenby Schools Setia Eco Park offers various Co-Curriculum Activities (CCAs) that will enrich students learning. It is a key part of Tenby Schools experience for all age group from Early Years upward. All CCAs are taught by experienced instructors who are an expert in their respective field. One of the CCA offered in Tenby Schools Setia Eco Park is the Tenby Philharmonic Orchestra, which is offered to at Primary and Secondary level.
Paving the Way for Innovative 21st Century Education with Global Perspectives
There is an increasing need for a global mindset, and education is one of the most effective tools to foster such growth. As a result of globalisation, education has become increasingly international. The onset of mass schooling has created a more inclusive environment for students coming from different international backgrounds. Read more on our latest blog piece by Sekolah Sri Tenby's Head of Schools.
Play Based Learning for Early Years
Your child’s first experience at school is crucial to how they will approach learning for the rest of their life. Here at Tenby Schools, Setia Eco Park, we adopt a play-based approach, as we believe that it is through playing that children are most engaged to learn.
Tips on Choosing A Levels Subjects
Mr. Jeff Ison, Head of Tenby International School, Secondary has answered some of those questions here and believe that Tenby is the Sixth Form that will get you to your destination of choice.