Prosedur Kesehatan dan Keselamatan
Health and Safety Procedure

Elementary School

Primary education is the basic and foremost right of every child. Its availability and provision is not only the responsibility of state but parents and households. Primary education brings awareness among the masses, opens avenues for opportunities as well as self-advancement and improvement and reduces chronic and inter-generational poverty. As a first step in the creation of welfare and just society, universal primary education is an absolute pre-requisite for sustainable development. Every single child that means girls, as well as boys, should be able to complete a full course of primary education.

In order to compete with the surrounding world, children are prepared from very early childhood. As early as four or five years, the children grow up in the home, where they seek advice about how family life, and how to interact with people in general pretense.

Cambridge program for Elementary is called Cambridge Primary. Cambridge Primary is an education programme for young learners that combines a world-class curriculum, high-quality support for teachers and integrated assessment.

Cambridge Primary offers an optional testing structure to assess learner performance and report progress for both learners and parents. These assessments provide an international benchmark that enables teachers to identify learner strengths and weaknesses within individuals and class groups and develop further teaching and learning support using the information from the test results. Cambridge Primary Progression Tests are available to schools registered for Cambridge Primary for stages 3–6. These tests are marked by teachers and come with full mark schemes and marking guidance. At the end of Cambridge Primary, schools can also offer Cambridge Primary Checkpoint, a diagnostic test which offers comprehensive feedback at the end of the Cambridge Primary stage.

PrimeOne School is a registered examination center delivering Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) – IGCSE and International AS and A Level examinations to private candidates. Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) is a provider of international qualifications, offering examinations and qualifications in more than 160 countries. Cambridge offers primarily school-leaving qualifications for university entrance such as the Cambridge International General Certificate of Education – Advanced Level (Cambridge International GCE A-Levels). In addition, Cambridge provides Key Stage examinations for primary and secondary schools internationally.

PrimeOne School, as a center of Cambridge English Language Assessment (CELA), provides a learning framework to help children and teenagers gain confidence and improve their English language skills. There are three exams for young learners aged 6-12; Pre-A1 Starters, A1 Movers and A2 Flyers. These colourful, activity-based exams help young learners take their first step towards learning English.

At the end of Cambridge Primary, schools offering English as a Second Language can choose to enter learners for Cambridge English Language Assessment exams. These exams provide an international benchmark and objective evidence that learners are making progress.

The curriculum frameworks for each subject for Cambridge Primary are organized into six stages. They reflect the teaching target for each year group and provide comprehensive learning objectives. For Cambridge Primary English, the curriculum is presented in five content areas or ‘strands’. These are further subdivided into ‘substrands’. The framework promotes an inquiry-based approach to learning to develop thinking skills and encourage intellectual engagement.

The curriculum aims to enable learners to communicate confidently and effectively and to develop critical skills in order to respond to a range of information, media, and texts with enjoyment and understanding.
PrimeOne School has a memorandum of understanding to collaborate with Cambridge University Press and Cambridge International Examination in order to implement their curriculum and examination.

School Hours

Days Level Time
Monday to Friday E1-E3 (Lower Elementary) 08.30 – 14.15
Monday to Friday E4-E6 (Upper Elementary) 08.30 – 15.00

Elementary School Activities:

  1. Artistic Potrait
  2. Basket
  3. BAS_SO
  4. B_A (Basketball Academy) 4
  5. B_A (Basketball Academy) 5
  6. B_A (Basketball Academy) 6
  7. CD Artistry
  8. Cheer Squad
  9. Cheer Squad 2
  10. Chinese Art
  11. DIY
  12. Engineering 5
  13. Engineering 6
  14. English Main Corner (EMC)
  15. Fit & Fab 4
  16. Fit & Fab 5
  17. Hair Braiding
  18. Home Art 2
  19. Home Art 3
  20. Horticulture
  21. ILID
  22. Instrumental Core
  23. Javanese Chef
  24. Junior Businessman
  25. Junior Researcher
  26. Junior Scientist
  27. Junk Art (JA)
  28. Macrame Art
  29. Math Craft
  30. Micro Controller
  31. Ohayou Japan 5
  32. Ohayou Japan 6
  33. PoP Stars
  34. Read_Me
  35. S & S (Swing Sway) 1
  36. S & S (Swing Sway) 2
  37. Sticks Crafting Design
  38. Team Building Sports
  39. Team Building Sports A
  40. Team Building Sports B
  41. Vamos Kids 3
  42. Vamos Kids 5
  43. Vamos Kids 6
  44. Voice Box 3
  45. Voice Box 4
  46. Voice Box 5
  47. Voice Box 6
  48. Wall Art Decor (WAD) 4
  49. Wall Art Decor (WAD) 5
  50. WeChat 2
  51. WeChat 3
  52. Zumba