The Ministerial Decree Number 31 of 2014 was issued and Canggu Community School changed its status from an International School and became a Satuan Pendidikan Kerjasama (Education Operation Units). Our school joined a legal association called Perserikatan Sekolah SPK Indonesia (Association of SPK Indonesia) which is recognised by the Indonesian Ministry of Education. One of CCS goals is to become a model SPK in Indonesia, in compliance with Indonesian regulations.

School Administration

In accordance with Indonesian regulations, CCS has a National School Unique Number and school operational license for each education level, issued by the Indonesian Ministry of Education.

Education Level School Unique Number School Operational License
Kelompok Bermain (Early Years) 69900636 SPK 004/MPK.C/PM/2017
Taman Kanak-Kanak (Reception and Year 1) 90101182 SPK 003/MPK.C/PM/2017
Sekolah Dasar

(Year 2 up to Year 7)

69854748 175/C/LN/2014
Sekolah Menengah Pertama

(Year 8 up to Year 10)

69854749 178/C/LN/2014
Sekolah Menengah Atas (Year 11 up to Year 13) 69854750 2166/KEP/KP/2014

Every student at CCS has a Nomor Induk Siswa Nasional (National Student Unique Number).

Academic

Our CCS Curriculum includes four required subjects based on the Indonesian National Curriculum 2006 and 2013. The four subjects, as stated in the Ministerial Decree Number 31 of 2014, are as follows:

  1. Students of Indonesian Citizenship
  • Pendidikan Pancasila dan Kewarganegaraan, Agama, and Bahasa Indonesia
  1. Foreign Students
  • Bahasa Indonesia and Indonesian Studies.

CCS offers five choices of religious classes:

  • Hindu
  • Islam
  • Catholic
  • Protestant
  • Buddhism

Religion lessons are taught by qualified local teachers and supported by the CCS Indonesian teaching staff.

Bahasa Indonesia, Indonesian Studies and Pendidikan Pancasila dan Kewarganegaraan are taught by qualified CCS Indonesian teaching staff and we use Inquiry-based learning as our framework for teaching and learning.

Indonesian National Exams

CCS Indonesian students in Year 7, Year 10, and Year 13 are required to sit the Indonesian National Exams.

Subjects that are tested for each year group can be seen in the chart below.

CCS students who sit the Indonesian National Exams (UN) will be supported with a UN programme of support which is taught by CCS Indonesian teaching staff. This programme is specifically for Year 7 and Year 10 students and it is free of charge.

Indonesian National Accreditation

CCS is accredited internationally by CIS and WASC. As per the Ministerial Decree No. 31, 2014, CCS is also required to be accredited by the Indonesian National Accreditation Board.

During the Academic Year 2017-2018 CCS Kelompok Bermain (Early Years) and Taman Kanak-Kanak (Reception and Year 1) were visited and assessed by The Indonesian

No Year Subjects
1 Year 7 Indonesian Language, Maths, and Science
2 Year 10 Indonesian Language, Maths, English, and Science
3 Year 13 Indonesian Language, Maths, English, and one preferred subject

National Accreditation for Formal and Non-Formal Education (BAN/PNF). CCS achieved an ‘A’ for both levels.

At present, CCS Sekolah Dasar (Primary) to Sekolah Menengah Atas (Secondary) are waiting for the final accreditation instrument for Satuan Pendidikan Kerjasama.

Collaborative and Special Events/Activities

CCS conduct a wide range of collaborative and special events throughout the year.

Each term, students participating in Indonesian Studies present a cultural performance they have learnt in class. This incorporates many aspects of the curriculum, including performing arts, music, and humanities. Students also participate in traditional cooking the Cantina, the school kitchen, under the supervision of teachers and experts. During these lessons, the students also work collaboratively with students from local schools. This opens opportunities for CCS students and local school students to learn together, understand others, and to develop global mindedness.

Indonesian teachers have the opportunity to participate in the Indonesian Teacher Leader programme which allows for Indonesian teaching staff to collaborate and learn from others by sharing knowledge and experience. The benefits of this programme can also be accessed by teachers from local schools in the area.

In Term 3, the school celebrates the unique festival of Nyepi with each class designing and making an Ogoh–ogoh for the CCS school parade. During the year, the school also celebrates other cultural festivals, such as Saraswati, Chinese New Year, Christmas, and Idul Fitri.

In Term 4, CCS conducts a large workshop, inviting teachers from local schools and also from Sekolah Pendidikan Kerjasama. The purpose of the workshop is to build positive relationships between CCS and local schools. This workshop also supports local teachers in learning the latest teaching strategies and assist help to improve student engagement in the classroom. This also provides opportunities for CCS Indonesian teaching staff to coordinate and lead workshops, in turn, sharing their knowledge and experience.