FAQs

How long has Dyatmika been open?

Dyatmika first opened its door in 1995. It is a well-established school that has grown steadily since it was founded.

How many students are in a class?

The numbers of students are as follows:
Playgroup: 20 students
Kindergarten (TK):24 students

Primary Prep to Class 5: 26 students
Classes 6 to 8: 26 students in each of 2 classes per year level
Classes 10 to 12: numbers vary according to subject choices, but rarely exceed 15 students in any single class

What is Dyatmika’s curriculum?

Dyatmika School is a fully recognised Cambridge School, and accredited Cambridge Examination Centre.  We offer the international Cambridge programme from Primary Prep up to Class 12.  Our curriculum is taught bilingually throughout the Early Years programme and the Primary School.

In High School students learn Indonesian as first or second language learners, depending on their Indonesian language learning background. In Classes 6 to 8 Cambridge subjects are largely taught in English. This pathway leads to Classes 9 to 12 where students take IGCSE, AS level and A level certificates in many different subjects recognised in universities and colleges worldwide.

Dyatmika is also a SPK (Satuan Pendidikan Kerjasama) school in Indonesia from Playgroup until Class 12.  We have always taught the compulsory National Curriculum elements. Students with Indonesian (or dual Indonesian plus one other) nationality sit the government required examinations in Classes 6, 9 and 12.

From Class 9 Dyatmika offers a double award for students with Indonesian / dual nationality, meaning that these students graduate from Dyatmika with both UN and Cambridge examination results. Our graduates have gone on to top colleges and universities around the world and in Indonesia with these qualifications.

Where do Dyatmika international teachers come from?

All of our teachers are fully qualified and experienced. The majority of our international teachers come from the UK and Australia, with many having previous international experience. The excellent national and international reputation of Dyatmika means that we are able to attract high quality teachers.

Where do Dyatmika students come from?

32% of Dyatmika students are from families with Indonesian and international parents. 49% are Indonesian, with the remaining 19% being international. In total over 30 different nationalities are represented in the student body at Dyatmika. All heritages are valued.

What will be taught in the classroom?

The Engage parent portal gives parents access to curriculum outlines showing what is taught. Parent information sessions allow parents to ask for more details.

What are the school hours?

Early Years and Primary School hours:
Playgroup: 8.15 am – 12.15 pm
Kindergarten (TK): 8.00 am – 12.00 pm (half day programme) or until 2.15 pm (full day programme)
Primary Prep to Class 5:  8.00 am – 2.30 pm

High School hours (Classes 6 to 12):
Arrive at school between 7.30 am  and 7.45 am
Home room starts at 7.50 am
High School classes are from 8.00 am to 2.45 pm

What time are breaks?

Morning break time
Playgroup                              : 10.00 – 11.00 am
Kindergarten                        : 10.00-10.15 am
Primary Prep to Class 5      : 10.00-10.15 am
High School                           : 09.40 – 09.55 am

 

Lunch
Full Day Kindergarten        : 12.00 am – 1.00 pm
Primary Prep to Class 5      : 12.15 am – 1.00 pm
High School                           : 12.25 pm – 1.00 pm

What Extracurricular programmes are offered at Dyatmika?

We offer many choices. Please see the Extracurricular booklet for Primary and High School.

Is there a school bus for transportation to and from school?

Dyatmika does not have a school bus. Parents are encouraged to join car pools in order to reduce the flow of traffic to and from school. This is also in accordance with the environmental ethos of our school.

Is there a caterer at Dyatmika?

At the moment there are 3 different caterers who provide students with menus to choose from. Parents prepay for these meals.

Dyatmika has a school canteen for High School students.

Is there a school uniform and how much does it cost?

Students wear the school uniform from Mondays to Thursdays. On Fridays, students may wear any clothes that are neat and appropriate. Uniforms may be purchased form the school shop. As an indication, the price of the uniform polo shirt ranges from IDR 60,000 to 80,000, while pants cost IDR 85,000.

Parent should refer to parent handbook for more information about school uniform.

How much are school fees and what are they?

School fee information is found here

Is there a book fee?

Stationery is provided to students. They should bring their own pencil case and writing implements. High School students require a scientific calculator that can be bought from the High School office.

Up until Class 10 text books and other printed resources are provided for use in class by the school. From Class 10, AS and A Level students require a copy of textbooks for each subject. These can be bought from the school shop and range in price from IDR 350,000 to 500,000. Copies are also located in the Library. 

Other resources are provided to students online via Engage or Google Classroom.

What are age guidelines for new students?

CLASS
2020-2021
2021-2022
2022-2023
2023-2024

PG

1 July 2016 –
30 June 2017

1 July 2017 –
30 June 2018

1 July 2018 –
30 June 2019

1 July 2019 –
30 June 2020

TK

1 July 2015 –
30 June 2016

1 July 2016 –
30 June 2017

1 July 2017 –
30 June 2018

1 July 2018 –
30 June 2019

PRIMARY PREP

1 July 2014 –
30 June 2015

1 July 2015 –
30 June 2016

1 July 2016 –
30 June 2017

1 July 2017 –
30 June 2018

CLASS 1

1 July 2013 –
30 June 2014

1 July 2014 –
30 June 2015

1 July 2015 –
30 June 2016

1 July 2016 –
30 June 2017

CLASS 2

1 July 2012 –
30 June 2013

1 July 2013 –
30 June 2014

1 July 2014 –
30 June 2015

1 July 2015 –
30 June 2016

CLASS 3

1 July 2011 –
30 June 2012
1 July 2012 –
30 June 2013
1 July 2013 –
30 June 2014

1 July 2014 –
30 June 2015

CLASS 4

1 July 2010 –
30 June 2011
1 July 2011 –
30 June 2012
1 July 2012 –
30 June 2013

1 July 2013 –
30 June 2014

CLASS 5

1 July 2009 –
30 June 2010

1 July 2010 –
30 June 2011

1 July 2011 –
30 June 2012

1 July 2012 –
30 June 2013

CLASS 6

1 July 2008 –
30 June 2009

1 July 2009 –
30 June 2010

1 July 2010 –
30 June 2011

1 July 2011 –
30 June 2012

CLASS 7 (SMP 1)

1 July 2007 –
30 June 2008

1 July 2008 –
30 June 2009

1 July 2009 –
30 June 2010

1 July 2010 –
30 June 2011

CLASS 8 (SMP 2)

1 July 2006 –
30 June 2007

1 July 2007 –
30 June 2008

1 July 2008 –
30 June 2009

1 July 2009 –
30 June 2010

CLASS 9 (SMP 3)

1 July 2005 –
30 June 2006

1 July 2006 –
30 June 2007

page1image16593921 July 2007 –
30 June 2008

1 July 2008 –
30 June 2009

CLASS 10 (1 SMA)

1 July 2004 –
30 June 2005

1 July 2005 –
30 June 2006

1 July 2006 –
30 June 2007

1 July 2007 –
30 June 2008

CLASS 11 (2 SMA)

1 July 2003 –
30 June 2004

1 July 2004 –
30 June 2005

page1image16677121 July 2005 –
30 June 2006

1 July 2006 –
30 June 2007

CLASS 12 (3 SMA)

1 July 2002 –
30 June 2003

1 July 2003 –
30 June 2004

1 July 2004 –
30 June 2005

1 July 2005 –
30 June 2006

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