Sekolah Noah



Sekolah Noah Middle School programme implements a combined curriculum of the National Curriculum and Cambridge program.

Greater Individual Responsibility

The Middle School at Sekolah NOAH covers Grade 7 to Grade 9. At this level of learning, the curriculum is more subject-based. The curriculum covers eight learning areas which include:  English, Mathematics, Science, Bahasa Indonesia, Humanities (Geography, Economics, Politics, and Law), Information Technology, Health and Physical Education, and Arts. 

The ninth learning area of the curriculum includes: Religion, PKN, and Indonesian History to supplement the core subjects.  This curriculum aims to develop divergent learning and taps into the innate love for learning and interests in the subject matters that automatically heightens their senses and intellligence making learning whole new and exciting experiences. The teaching method is student centred and interactive.

English is the dominant language of instruction in the Middle School. Students may also receive instruction in Mandarin language at an appropriate level to ensure early mastery. Students are encouraged to be more independent and responsible for their own academic progress, and develop an appropriate work ethic and individual study program as preparation for senior high school studies. 

The Middle Years Programme

Sekolah Noah Middle School programme implements a combined curriculum of the National Curriculum and Cambridge program. Designed for children aged 11 to 16 years, our curriculum focuses on teaching our children to become independent learners who possess academic skills that equip them to contribute to the environment, to the state, and to the global society.

Sekolah Noah Curriculum

There are eight subject groups:

Sekolah Noah Middle School provides structured learning at every year level in every subject group, according to the requirements and objectives of our curriculum. These objectives help our children develop higher thinking skills and objective judgements.

Learning how to learn and how to evaluate information critically is as important as the content of the subjects themselves.