With the arrival of the summer holiday, the luxurious five-star JW Marriott Hotel Surabaya has prepared a special School Holiday Break package with a plethora of exciting activities for the children.
Following a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, BINUS SCHOOL Simprug's musical drama production makes its highly-anticipated return and proudly presents “OUTLIERS”, an original production premiering in June 2022.
Earth Day is one of the many global celebrations Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS) highlights each year as an engaging service-learning opportunity for students to strengthen their environmental stewardship.
Wonderful news for the Sanur community in Bali as they now have a free mini-library accessible to them courtesy of Bali Island School students officially called the ‘People’s Perpustakaan’.
Choosing a preschool for your children should be done very carefully. Take your time and make sure you choose the right one. Here are four criterias to watch for as you select and visit a preschool programme.
LaSalle College, an international design school in Jakarta gives support to the first responder of Covid-19 by organising an online design competition and donation.
As nationwide closures remain in place, ACG continues to help safeguard the health and mental wellbeing of their students through internal support networks, external counselling and medical assistance and advice.
The transition to home learning seems effortless for Jakarta Intercultural School, but a recent talk with Nicholas Biblis, spokesperson for the school, revealed the sheer hard work and preparation behind it.
The British School Jakarta readily shifted to an online learning programme in the wake of Covid-19. Here are some important points they made in ensuring a smooth transition for all.
According to TEIKOKU DATABANK (TDB), the coronavirus crisis forced companies from cruise ships and Japanese inns to private tutoring schools and tourism companies to go under with debts running up to approximately USD 11 million.
Covid-19 might be a challenging time for students to maintain their academics goals since most of them are learning school at home.
The Nord Anglia School Jakarta helps to enhance children’s learning on science and here’s the reasons why.
With schools closed and outside activities restricted, children can only spend their time at home. Try these activities to keep them entertained, engaged, maybe even ignite their hidden talent.
In partnership with Artha Graha Peduli, Jakarta International School donated 1,000 home-care sanitation kits to families living in South Jakarta.
Founded by supermodel Petra Nemcova in 2004, Happy Hearts Fund (HHF) focuses on helping children. Read through Alistair Speirs conversation about the foundation's efforts to build schools for the poor.
Sinarmas World Academy invited 10 inspiring young leaders to share their success in front of students at the school’s independent running conference.
Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS) introduced STEAM as the future face of pedagogy to prepare students that will later to be a potential human resources who could thrive in the transforming industry.
We all have our own wishes, hopes and dreams in this new year. So do our colleagues. Read the wishes of ambassadors, hotels' general managers, school principals and many others here!
The young learners of Nord Anglia School Jakarta now have access to spacious interconnected indoor and outdoor spaces where they can both learn and play.
NOW! Jakarta’s Alistair Speirs went to visit British School Jakarta and met two parents who entrusted their children to start their learning journey in the school.
Since it was established in 2013, EEC Kampung Inggris Jakarta has received hundreds of students, ranging from kindergarten ages to adults.
NOW! Jakarta had a face to face talk with Mr. A.P Singh, the Head of the Gandhi Memorial Intercontinental School (GMIS) Jakarta.
ACG School Jakarta offers globally recognised qualifications through Cambridge International and International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma curricula.
British School Jakarta (BSJ) decided to up the stakes at the entry level for the youngest children.
Introducing Project Sondaicus, a Jakarta-based non-profit organisation started by BINUS School Simprug that is concerned about endangered species such as Javan Rhinos.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to Global Jaya School's Head of School Cory Carson to get a thorough understanding about the IB Education curriculum and what the school has to offer.
The British School Jakarta (BSJ) has long enjoyed a reputation as a school. NOW! Jakarta went to visit and met three of the inspirational main drivers of the new facility.
This Saturday, people will gather up to join a campaign and take action during the initial Hari Bersih Indonesia or National Clean up Day on 21 September. ACG School Jakarta and its students participate in this inaugural event.
NOW! Jakarta editorial intern and model student at JIS, Victoria Budiono explores the subject based on her own experience at Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS).
Well-known since 1987 as a watch brand that delivers precise, safe and sporty timekeeping options for the little ones, Flik Flak presents it’s Going to School collection to welcome the new term.
BMX entered Indonesia’s market in 1985 and like other countries, most boys loved to have it and felt proud when they went to school together with friends by riding their favourite BMX.
After four months, Jakarta Schools Football League (JSFL) 2019 has concluded with a Gala Day.
Competing with big brands, Kecap 7 is being faithful to the old school method of producing kecap manis, one of Indonesia's most versatile ingredients.
Moving to a new country will always be exciting. There are so many things to consider, choosing the right schools for your children is one of them.
According to Food Bank of Indonesia (FOI), at least 40 to 50 percent of students in Jakarta and Banten go to school hungry, disrupting their focus to study.
Choosing the best international schools in Jakarta is not easy but JIS, NIS Jakarta, BSJ, AIS Jakarta, and NZS Jakarta are some of the best options.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to Dr. Daniel Low, Dean Raffles Christian School Pondok Indah about the school’s education philosophies.
Garth Wyncoll spoke to us about the international focus of the curriculum, digital shifts, and environmental-driven student activities at Bali Island School.
New Zealand School Jakarta brings the sense of community as a foundation to build good school ecosystem.
Two Schools, ACG School Jakarta and the Australian Independent School, offer their take on the importance of extra-curricular activities.
Pupils benefit from a very British environment in a globally-focused curriculum.
With the demands of skill sets and knowledge changing in just a generation, how do schools respond?
Southeast Asia is now a major region for international education. Options for both local and expatriate families are increasing as demand grows, especially in Malaysia and Thailand.
Cultural programme highlights contribution of women in today’s society.
Jakarta Aquarium conducted a marine educational programme for elementary and junior high school students at Tidung Island, Pulau Seribu
Now, let’s not pretend. Many schools really don’t care for Co-Curricular Activities. And neither do many parents.
ACG School Jakarta kindergarten spark students’ curiosity and natural sense of wonder with a play-based, inquiry-centred learning philosophy in a dynamic classroom.
Students at this North Jakarta school are showcasing more than 300 art works.
The school provides an atmosphere where diversity is considered a strength and where differences are seen as assets.
The Management Advisor of Kharisma Bangsa School, Okan Celiker spoke to us about the students’ achievements and his plans for building on their successes.
An after-school activity helped catapult her to fame on the popular cooking competition show "MasterChef" Australia,
The German School Jakarta, as a non-profit foundation, is officially recognised by the German Government as an “excellent German school abroad”.
Through a series of short presentation, The Gandhi School Jakarta celebrated the 149th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi’s birth on 2 October.
120 Ultimate Frisbee players from Bali, Singapore, Surabaya,and other cities joined players in Jakarta in mid September for a two-day ‘Double Team’ tournament.
Jakarta is the center of music and entertainment. For those who want to learn about music professionally, these schools offer one music education.
Held at Global Jaya International School, Starbucks Indonesia invited 150 children to celebrate National Sports through its StarCoach Programme.
On 13 September, the winners of NOW!JAKARTA School Competition 2018 received certificate of achievement and prizes at Oakwood Premier Cozmo Jakarta.
David Butcher has been appointed Principal of British School Jakarta (BSJ) this year. NOW! Jakarta spoke to him about his career and his philosophy on education
Shelly Gautama took to the bagpipes not long after she moved to Melbourne for boarding school. Since then she has performed internationally.
Singapore Intercultural School Bona Vista will hold its annual Mega Bazaar on 15 September, aim to help students learn the basics of entrepreneurship.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to ACG Jakarta’s new principal Shawn Hutchinson about his career in education and his plans for the school.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to Shane Nathan, Interim Principal of BSJ about the school’s changing demographics and British heritage, as well as its students’ success.
The gymnastics programme at BSJ has recently undergone a few changes with new equipment classes introduced for those outside the school community.
In partnership with Rinjani Indah School, Novotel Lombok Resort and Villas is hosting Kids Summer Holiday Camp from 18 June to 27 July.
The beginning of May sprang to life with the annual PTA Country Fair at British School Jakarta.
AWA members visited one of the projects they have helped sponsor, Sekolah Kami, a school for children of trash pickers on the outskirts of Jakarta.
Womenesia is a service club at the Jakarta Intercultural School that works to empower women in Jakarta by providing them with skills and markets.
NOW!Jakarta picks the best intercultural schools in Jakarta which has strong reputation to create the best graduates
David Metcalf narrates the important of culture preservation as the part of traditional school which exist in indigenous community in Indonesia.
Beacon Academy, A school that provides a learner-centered environment that nurtures a strong sense of belonging while encouraging them to be creative.
On the support beams of the non-toll Flyover (JLNT) on Jalan Kasablanka, the pylons along Jalan Antasari have served as a canvas for local school students.
Sitting down with SIS Football Coach Gareth Jonsen who envisions a foundation for a football academy in his school.
ACG School Jakarta is a place where strong qualifications and high professionalism to produce an enduring commitment to an enjoyment of learning.
Darbotz, an Indonesian mural artist works with Jakarta Intercultural School students to foster creativity through urban art project.
In Jakarta, there are numerous music schools that offer a variety of courses that help to lay the groundwork for aspiring musicians or those who see music as a rewarding pastime.
Boarding schools from across the US, Switzerland and more will be at the InterContinental Jakarta Midplaza on 19 November between 1:00 and 5:00 pm to speak about an array of programmes that take place on their campuses.
One of the most prestigious international schools in Indonesia, British School Jakarta (BSJ), held the very first English-speaking interscholastic conference “Inspire Me” (IME) on 9 September at its campus in Tangerang, Banten.
Taking his words to heart, students from Global Jaya School in Tangerang, Banten have come to perfect their skills in photography.
Students from year eleven of the Global Jaya School celebrated their beloved school’s anniversary in their own way.
The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of Global Jaya School connected the entire GJS Community through its Family Fun Day that was held on April 16th.
AIS is optimistic that brick and mortar schools will be intact, so will the overflowing interactions of ideas, spirit and energy.