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Physical address: Jalan NIS 1, Kenanga Terusan, Ampera Raya, Cilandak, Jakarta, 12560
Telephone: General: +62 21 782 3930
Admissions: +62 811 9727979
Teaching language: English
Curriculum: English National Curriculum and International Primary Curriculum
Ages: 1.5 to 12
What the school says
"Nord Anglia School Jakarta is part of Nord Anglia Education, the world’s leading premium international school organisation with over 70 schools across the globe. Our school in Jakarta delivers a dynamic British international education to Early Years and Primary students, aged 18 months to 12 years old. Our school’s welcoming atmosphere and leafy green campus provide a haven for our truly international community in the heart of Jakarta.
"We adopt a blended curriculum based on the English National Curriculum and the International Primary Curriculum, which focuses on high expectations, key skills and knowledge and understanding, as well as encouraging excellent attitudes to learning and metacognition. As a Nord Anglia Education school, we recruit only the best international teachers to make every day impactful for our students. Our international educators are highly experienced and qualified, and our excellent standards in learning and teaching create a curriculum that is relevant, rich and rewarding.
"Our amazing students are the lifeblood of our school. They embody the ambitious aspirations of Nord Anglia Education as curious, creative and enthusiastic young people with an appetite for learning and thirst for knowledge. We want our students to develop as well-rounded global citizens and so alongside the academic curriculum, place great value on the visual and performing arts, sport, service, and extra-curricular activities. And with families from over 25 nationalities, we are proud of the rich diversity of our school community and take every opportunity to celebrate the many cultures represented here.
"NAS Jakarta is a special place to learn and is focused on one main aim: to provide the best possible learning experience for all. We believe there is no limit to what our students can achieve, and our approach supports every child to succeed academically, socially and personally."
Annual fees for the 2021/2022 academic year range from IDR 88,673,400 for Nursery to IDR 283,560,600 for Primary (Years 1 to 7). There is an application fee of IDR 4,240,000. Fees are payable annually or per term (three terms per annum).
From the principal
"It is a pleasure to welcome you to Nord Anglia School Jakarta. Founded in 1967, our school has a long tradition of providing outstanding education to a truly international body of students.
"And what a wonderful school it is! You will be struck by our lovely natural environment: a green oasis of learning where every child is nurtured to flourish. Our welcoming atmosphere and leafy green campus provide a haven for our international community in the busy city of Jakarta.
"We believe there is no limit to what our students can achieve and our approach supports every child to succeed academically, socially and personally.
"We promise that:
- Your whole family will love being part of our warm and supportive community
- Your child will have a rich education full of exciting learning experiences to inspire a lifelong love of learning
Your child will be nurtured to grow as a confident, compassionate global citizen
"At NAS Jakarta, we will give your child the confidence to succeed and the values to make the world a better place. I would like to personally welcome you to visit our school to find out more about how your child will benefit from joining NAS Jakarta."
– Niki Meehan, Principal
From the parents
"We're so glad our daughter has had the opportunity to start her school life at NAS Jakarta. It is clear that the staff have a real passion for their work and for the school. It is also clear that in NAS Jakarta there is a special sense of community, not just for the staff and children, but also for the parents, and we've been impressed with the way we immediately and passionately felt part of this."
– Ian and Janine, parents of Lily