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Canggu Community School is a non-profit coeducational school enrolling students from Early Years to Year 13. Students in Year 7-9 complete a school-developed, holistic curriculum. Students in Year 10-11 complete the International General Certificate of Secondary Education. CCS offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme for Year 12 and Year 13 students. For the 2019-2020 academic year, CCS enrolls approximately 491 students from over 36 countries.

CCS Weekly Veggie Stand
The weekly veggie stand kicked off with a super start last week. Fresh vegetables and produce were for sale in front of the Primary entrance on Friday afternoon, supporting local farmers to sell their produce, while at the same time supporting our community to eat local and healthy greens. The goodies on offer included lettuces, herbs and other vegetables, tasty honey and jams, and several other products offered in Zero Waste style. – Nadia de Jong.

Year 8 students are studying Methods of Training in PE. They looked at how circuit training can train different parts of the body. They were in competition with their partner to see who could complete the most amount of repetitions for each exercise at each station. After the circuit, students were able to identify the different components of fitness they were training to improve their physical performance in sport. – Ms. Wendy Johnson.

Year 8 French

Les élèves de la huitième année ont étudié dans cette unité sur “la ville” les directions en français et ont pratiqué ce qu’ils ont appris en classe pour faire un tour dans l’enceinte de l’école. Ils ont demandé et reçu des directions pour amener les autres là où ils devaient être. Ceci a été une façon amusante et lucrative pour appliquer les nouveaux termes de vocabulaire – Ms Natalie.

IB ESS Trip 2019

Day 1 of the IB Environmental Systems and Societies trip to Lembongan included a theory session on the local environment, a trip to the mangroves for data collection, a visit to the dump and the new recycling centre and a game of fish identification charades at sunset. Thanks to @bluecornerdive for a great day!

Day 2 we had a great day on the water! The students took part in reef restoration, under water data collection using transects and quadrats and data analysis back at camp. The marine life we saw on the reef today was very abundant and diverse. We finish off with our last session snorkelling and scuba diving before we head back. The kids have been awesome! 🙂

We all had a wonderful time on our Year 7 camp. It was a week full of culture, service work and adventure. We did a variety of things from cleaning a village of its plastic waste to snorkeling to cycling to zip lining. A highlight of the trip was visiting Stepping Stones and learning about the amazing work they do in Bali. We were all exhausted at the end of a very fun and rewarding week. – Ms Claire Caffrey.

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Students’ Nationalities

  • USA & Canada (11,26%)
  • Europe [32,67%]
  • Asia [30,56%]
  • Africa [0,42%]
  • Australian & NZ [25,09%]

Target class size – 24 students

Student-teacher ratio approximately 8:1.

Teachers’ Nationalities

  • USA (19%)
  • Australia [19%]
  • England [18%]
  • Canada [7%]
  • Belgium [2%]
  • Ireland [4%]
  • Spanish [2%]
  • New Zealand [4%]
  • Indonesia [25%]

CCS employs internationally experienced and highly qualified teachers with a minimum of 5 years of experience.

New Area Project – Primary Site Plan

Indonesian Independence day 2019.

Year 8 Design Technology

IB Music: Live Recording

Year 9 English: Debate

Arts Night 2019 Highlight – Tribute to the Beatles

The highlight of this year Arts Night, A Tribute to The Beatles!! Video by Music Department. Footages credit to: Music Dept, Mr Punto, and Mr Sandy.