JNY is proud to be affiliated to Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE). It is a member of a large global fraternity that encompasses 10,000 schools in over 160 countries worldwide.
Those with the Cambridge edge, develop a life-long passion for learning and have better options in their careers since CAIE qualifications are recognised by the world’s best universities and employers; this is pure evidence of the outstanding academic achievement that is continually pursued by CAIE.
Jakarta Nanyang School is a proud member of the WIDA International Schools Consortium (WISC). As a member school, JNY uses the World-class Instructional Design and Assessment (WIDA) philosophy to promote educational equity for English language learners (ELLs). WIDA advances ELLs’ academic language achievement through the development of high quality standards, assessments, research and professional development for teachers.
WIDA’s role is to give ELLs the opportunity to master JNY’s challenging academic content taught in the English language and to ensure ELLs are successful in the most competitive post-secondary academic settings of their choice.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is a programme designed with young people between the age of 14 and 25 in mind. Through it, young people are given the opportunity to grow and develop in terms of skill, knowledge, character, and personal contribution to society.
Participants are encouraged to work on areas and interests which are relevant in their lives and which appeal to them personally. It is for this reason that all tasks and activities are decided upon by the participants themselves with help and guidance from Award Leaders and later the Assessors.
Participants are guided through three sectors. These are; Skills, Physical Activities, Volunteering, and Expedition.
The participants choose the activities they wish to do and these are approved by the Award Leader. The participants then embark upon the activities under the supervision of assistants. There are three levels for the students to complete in total, and they are; Bronze, Silver and Gold.
Since offering this programme to students for the first time in 2017, JNY has been proud to see many young people take advantage of the benefits the programme has to offer. The school is a registered Award Centre and has a number of qualified staff operating as Award Leaders.