Pro Education Reception focuses on providing a fun, nurturing, and engaging learning environment for our youngest students. With small class sizes and a high teacher-student ratio, we aim to create a warm and inclusive atmosphere where children can learn and grow through sensory integration, play, and hands-on experiences.

Our Teaching Approach

Our teachers use an inquiry-based approach, which encourages the students to take an active role in their education by exploring, asking questions, and sharing ideas. We find that this approach is incredibly effective in helping our children to form a deep love for learning from an early age, as well as many other benefits.

Our Curriculum

The programme we offer is based on the British Early Years framework and covers seven main areas of learning:

Mathematics. Children learn numbers, shapes and space and measures such as time, length and weight. Practical uses of Mathematics are explored through the current topic or theme.

Literacy Children begin to learn the building blocks for reading using a systematic synthetic phonics program. We engage them through quality fiction and non-fiction texts related to a specific topic or theme.

Physical development.
Emotional and social development.

Understanding the world. Children explore different areas of provision within the indoor and outdoor environment e.g., mark-making, messy play, water, sand, dough and creative construction.

Expressive arts and design.
We teach these subjects through themed units, such as dinosaurs, space, jungles, and the seaside, using a combination of teacher-led lessons and student-led discovery.

We understand that every child is unique and may require additional support. That’s why we offer individualised education and a range of therapy services, including Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and counselling. Pro Education is the only school on the island with an Early Intervention Model, ensuring that our students have access to the support they need without disruption to their regular education.


Welcome to ProEd Primary School, where learning is a playful and inquisitive experience! This education programme is designed for children aged 5 to 11 (Grades 1 to 6), with small-sized classes and a high teacher-to-student ratio to ensure each child receives individual attention.

Our Classrooms

Our classrooms are innovative and equipped with flexible seating to help children focus. We use multi-sensory teaching methods that go beyond just speaking and writing to engage children in learning. We also offer students access to interactive resources both in the classroom and at home through ActiveLearn, which includes BugClub (reading), Abacus (maths) and Science Bug (science).

Our primary classes are named after birds and are taught in a spacious, light-filled villa with a beautiful outdoor play and lunch area. All of our students have their lunch break at the same time, so they have plenty of opportunities to make new friends.

We follow the International British Curriculum and the Edexcel IPrimary program, with a strong focus on:

Pro Education literacy program includes:
• Phonics
• Spelling
• Grammar
• Writing
• Reading

Our team of dedicated international teachers deliver the English curriculum using a Talk4Writing approach, helping children learn important language skills before they start writing. This innovative method encourages children to explore new vocabulary and is highly effective in preparing them for writing. Our reading program includes both group and individual reading activities. The reading material is carefully chosen to align with the current unit of inquiry, whether it be in history, science, or social studies. Some classes are co-taught with our Speech and Language Therapist to pre-teach vocabulary, model language comprehension and expression strategies, and identify students with specific speech and language needs.

We have a comprehensive numeracy program that uses practical approaches to help your child master mathematical skills. Our team of talented teachers use a unique combination of Concrete, Pictorial, and Abstract methods to ensure your child develops a deep understanding of mathematical concepts. We also incorporate Active Learn: Abacus into our classroom, providing a fun and engaging approach to learning Math. This innovative technology helps children visualise and understand mathematical concepts, making Math more accessible and enjoyable for them.

We believe in igniting a passion for science in our students through inquiry-based learning. Our skilled teachers guide students to ask questions, think critically, and discover their own scientific ideas. We also use the innovative tool, Science Bug, in the classroom to increase engagement and ensure that every student actively participates in exciting and interactive exercises. If your child has additional needs, they may benefit from our Towards Independence program or a combination of both curriculums.

At Pro Education, we believe that every student is special and has unique needs, which is why we offer personalised education tailored to your child’s individual requirements. We also provide a range of therapy services and counselling to support our students’ emotional and mental wellbeing. Rest assured that your child will receive the attention and care they need to reach their full potential.


ProEd Secondary School has a dynamic and student-centred curriculum that fosters lifelong love for learning and academic excellence. This program welcomes students aged 12 to 18 (grades 7 to 13) and is designed to provide them with the tools and resources they need to succeed.

Our Classrooms

Our school offers modern and progressive classrooms that are designed to optimise learning. With flexible seating and technology-based work, your child will be engaged and motivated to study. Our teaching approach involves a combination of teacher-led classes and private study time with the guidance of a supervising teacher. This personalised attention ensures that your child receives the support they need to succeed academically.

Our Curriculum

Pro Education Secondary School offers a comprehensive British International Curriculum. As an approved EdExcel centre with plans to transition to a Cambridge accredited school in the near future, we provide students with the best possible education, including IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) and A Level studies. We also offer ASDAN short course electives that can be integrated into your child’s program to provide additional support and tailored learning opportunities.



Our students in Grades 7 to 9 study a well-rounded curriculum that includes:
• English
• Mathematics
• Science
• Global Perspective
• Business Studies
• Computing
• Bahasa Indonesian
• Art
• Physical Education (PE) (link to Sports page)
• Mindfulness



For Grades 10 and 11, we offer an International Curriculum that prepares students for the IGCSE exams. Students complete a total of 7 IGCSE exams in the following core subjects:
• English
• Mathematics
• Science (Coordinated Double Awards)
• Global Perspective
• Business Studies
• Computer Science

In addition to the IGCSE core subjects, we offer co-curricular subjects such as art, Physical Education (PE) (link to Sports page) and mindfulness in order to support your child’s personal and emotional development.



In A-level studies, students investigate their desired life pathways, set their targets at the start of the day, and receive mentoring from our designated Pro Education teachers to ensure their success.Their curriculum includes the following subjects:

• English
• Mathematics
• Biology
• Global Perspective
• Business Studies
• Computer Science

Our Accreditation and Assessment department allows students who have completed IGCSE certification to take accredited courses, such as International A Levels, in an independent study space. Their day is structured much like a school day, with support always available from a supervising teacher. They take four subjects over their two-year program, which are incorporated into their timetable, along with Pro Education Sport and Fitness activities (link to Sports page), extra curricular activities (link to ECA page), and as-needed therapy support.

We understand that as students enter senior years, they require more independence, which is why we provide our Grade 12 and 13 students with the flexibility to leave the school campus during breaks and lunch. This approach prepares our students for work and university, helping them to become mature and responsible adults.


At ProEd, we believe that every child has the potential to succeed and exceed expectations when given the right support. This is why we are proud to offer a highly-targeted educational framework for primary and secondary students with special needs and multiple learning differences.

The Towards Independence program is our specialised curriculum designed to help children develop life skills and complete accredited courses at a pace that suits their specific needs. It is exciting and interactive, with a multi-sensory approach to learning and regular community trips to practise communication skills.

Our Classrooms

We understand that every child learns differently, which is why we have created flexible seating arrangements in our classrooms. This allows students to move around, sit where they feel most comfortable, and engage with their peers and the learning materials in a way that suits them best. Moreover, our high teacher-student ratio and small-sized classes ensure that individual attention is given whenever necessary.

Our Curriculum

Students accessing the Towards Independence Program receive an Individual Education Plan (IEP) with academic, social, functional and specialist goals that are set at the start of the school year and reviewed and updated on a termly basis. This ensures that each student’s education is individualised to meet their specific needs, helping them to progress towards independence.

The curriculum encourages learners to reach their full potential through one-on-one support and undertake contemporary ASDAN academic subjects as well as ASDAN life skills programs. In Primary, students follow the academic and social curriculum in the New Horizons program and the Towards Independence Starting Out program. In High School, they continue with Towards Independence modules and are able to choose short courses to complete, complemented with practical activities and teacher support in the community.

TI1 and TI2 (Primary)

Towards Independence 1 and 2 classes are for primary students aged 4 to 12 with special needs or multiple learning differences. They follow both the British and ASDAN curricula as an alternative study pathway that allows students to develop important educational and life skills in a safe and supportive environment.

Our classrooms have a maximum of 6 students and are staffed with 2 to 4 teachers at any given time to address the individual learning needs of each child. We offer additional work when students excel in class and modify work for students who may be struggling, so every student can achieve to the best of their ability.

Students in the Towards Independence program also get to work together with mainstream ProEducation School primary school students for Sport and Fitness classes, allowing them to engage in larger group activities and promote whole-child development. They also spend time in the playground, attend school events and assembly, which help to build important peer relationships and develop communication skills with their same-age peers.

T13 and T14 (Secondary)

Towards Independence 3 and 4 is a program designed for students between the ages of 12 and 19 with a key focus on developing independence skills. Our small classroom sizes, with a 2:5 teacher to student ratio, allow for individual attention and support. Some of the classes are co-taught with the Speech and Language Therapists to implement communication strategies and target language development in the classroom.

Students attend age-appropriate mainstream classes for Sport & Fitness and Art classes, while still receiving tailored, one-on-one support for Literacy, Numeracy and Communication. This allows for whole-child development and a sense of inclusivity. Students also have opportunities to build relationships and communication skills with their peers through shared time in the playground, at assemblies, and other school activities.

Our program emphasises practical skills and work experience to prepare our students for life beyond the classroom. Older students have the opportunity to attend vocational training twice a week at Finn’s Recreation Club, where they can gain experience in areas like barista training, kitchen training, and child care. Our SENCO and Speech Therapist support them to ensure successful workplace communication and knowledge. Additionally, students can choose from a range of electives from ASDAN to further develop their skills.

Our goal is to equip our students with the essential life and communication skills needed to succeed in their daily lives. We do so by focusing on honing the following abilities:

• Financial literacy – Your child will learn how to manage their money and make sound financial decisions.
• Time management – Your child will understand how to prioritise and manage their time effectively.
• Self-reliance – Your child will learn how to take care of themselves and make decisions on their own.
• Communication – Your child will develop their ability to communicate in class and in the community.
• Independent living – Your child will learn how to live and navigate the community with confidence.
• Catering – Your child will have the opportunity to learn valuable catering skills.
• Physical fitness – Your child will participate in sports and physical activities to promote their overall well-being.

We also provide Towards Independence students with Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and counselling throughout the school day in both classroom and one-on-one settings as needed. Our aim is to foster a well-rounded education that not only supports academic development but also priorities the overall wellbeing of our students.