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Early Childhood Education


The Early Childhood Education of Sekolah Victory Plus adopted a mandatory school uniform policy for all students in Toddler through Early Years 2, which can promote school safety, improve discipline, and enhance the learning environment.

ECE Uniform Policy will support the following issues:

  • Uniforms would promote a statement of identity.
  • Uniforms would create security through identification.
  • A sense of school unity will be created.
  • Students will learn discipline.
  • School spirit will be enhanced.
  • A more positive atmosphere conducive to education will be established

ECE students are provided with different types on uniform including a sport uniform.

uniform ece

The schedule of wearing the uniforms is informed at the beginning of the school year as well as in ECE Parents Handbook.  

Batik Day.

In regards to our appreciation of Indonesian culture, we wear Batik every Friday. ECE students are invited to come to school wearing their own Batik attire.  

Students’ Grooming Requirements

  • School uniforms should be clean, in good condition, neat and worn as specified  
  • Blouse and shirts have to be tucked in
  • Girls are encouraged to wear black bike shorts under skirts or dress
  • Shoelaces should be neatly tied.
  • Hair must be clean, neatly combed or brushed, trimmed, and attractive.
  • All female students with long hair are requested to tie back their hair during school activities for convenience and health reasons
  • Boys’ hair must be trimmed above the collar and ears.


  • Black shoes for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
  • ECE students may wear free shoes on Friday, if they wish.
  • Shoes must be safe and practical for active play.
  • Flip-flops, sandals, open-toes and wheeled shoes are not acceptable.


  • White socks with SVP emblem on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
  • ECE students may wear free socks on Friday, if they wish


  • Belts should be black
  • Belts are optional for boys and girls.
  • The belts stretch, as do the pants and shorts.  Children can pull them up or down without unbuckling the belt, if they wear it.


  • Girls may wear jewellery in modest amounts; only one pair of simple earrings. Necklaces and bracelets are not allowed on school days for the student’s safety reason.
  • Boys may not wear jewellery.

Primary School

We want our students to take pride in their personal appearance, and to be proud to wear the school uniform. We discourage untidy, dirty and unusual personal appearance, and the incorrect wearing of the school regular and PE uniforms.

Hair and Accessories

Students should pay attention to the following matters:

  • Hair must be clean and neatly groomed
  • Fringes are to be kept out of the eyes at all times
  • Long hair is to be tied up (compulsory in PE lesson).
  • Hair for male students must be above the collar. Ponytails for males are not permitted.
  • Obviously unnatural coloring of the hair is not permitted.
  • Use of cosmetics, including nail polish and colored contact lenses are not   permitted.
  • Smartwatches are not allowed. Non-smartwatches are allowed.
  • No jewellery is to be worn. Girls are permitted to wear simple ear-studs only.
  • Brightly coloured or extravagant hair ribbons or other clothing accessories are not permitted.                  

School Uniform

Uniform Schedule





White shirt with tie, checked shorts, plain black shoes, white socks

White shirt with tie, checked skirt, plain black shoes, white socks


White shirt with tie, checked shorts, plain black shoes, white socks

White shirt with a layered tie, checked skirt, plain black shoes, white socks


White shirt with tie, checked shorts, plain black shoes, white socks

White shirt with tie, checked skirt, plain black shoes, white socks


White shirt with tie, checked shorts, plain black shoes, white socks

White shirt with a layered tie, checked skirt, plain black shoes, white socks

Friday (NEW)

Batik Day

Batik shirt, school or dark coloured pants or shorts (no jeans), plain black shoes, white socks

Batik shirt / blouse / knee length batik dress/skirt, school skirt or matching dark coloured skirt/trousers (cotton material), no jeans, plain black shoes, white socks

PE lessons

Sports uniform, white socks, sport shoes.

Sports uniform, white socks, sport shoes.

  • The uniform does not reflect a particular religion.
  • The uniform must be kept clean.
  • Shirts must be tucked inside the shorts or skirts.
  • All students must wear a singlet under their shirt.
  • The students may use school bags.
  • All students may not wear their own jackets. They may wear school vest instead.
  • For P.E. lessons, students may wear the PE uniform from home and bring the school uniform for changing after the P.E. lesson. A change of clothes is required for health and hygiene reasons
  • If students have PE on the day of a scheduled flag raising ceremony they are required to wear the school uniform and change for PE.
  • If parents need extra uniforms they can buy it in the admissions and pay through the cash deposit machine (the amount and the account number will be given by the admissions team).

School Bag

  • Students may use the official school bag for school. An additional bag may be brought on swimming days. Students are not allowed to use trolley backpacks to school.

Middle and Senior School

The school uniform, as laid down in the school regulations, must be adhered to and no additional items of clothing will be accepted. Uniform should be pressed and kept tidy at all times.

Below is the uniform information for all secondary students




Monday to Friday

White shirt (tucked in), SVP neck-tie, long gray pants covered black shoes, white socks, black belt, SVP jacket and vest (optional)

White shirt (tucked in), SVP neck tie, covered black shoes, gray skirt, white socks, black belt, SVP jacket and vest (optional)


Batik shirt, long gray pantsblack belt, white socks.

Batik shirt, school checkered skirt/ long black pantsblack belt, white socks.

PE lessons

Sports uniform, white socks, sport shoes

Sports uniform, white socks, sport shoes.

In the event where students are required to come on Saturdays or any day where school uniform is not applicable, the general dress code is casual and conservative. Boys must wear long pants while girls wear an at least knee length skirt or trousers.

Optional Muslim Uniform for Middle & Senior School female students only.

Female Muslim students in secondary school may opt to wear hijab with the following expectations:


Monday – Thursday



SVP white shirt with long sleeves

SVP checkered skirt length to ankles.

SVP issued headscarf

SVP necktie,

a black belt,

white socks

plain black shoes, and

SVP jacket or SVP Vest (optional or during formal occasions),

Students may choose to wear normal school uniform as outlined, or they may wear batik as follows;

Batik outfit or a batik blouse with a matching skirt or trousers,

white socks,

and plain black shoes

& SVP issued headscarf

Prior to wearing the alternative uniform, female Muslim students will need to speak to our Secondary Principal to obtain a notification form signed by their parents in order to ensure that they are serious about wanting to wear the hijab and are willing and have the maturity to make this decision.

SVP Middle & Senior School Uniform  


Frequently Asked Question




Baby Gym

6 months – 2 years old

SVP Curriculum

The Toddler programme

2 – 3 years old

SVP Curriculum with the approaches of :

·       Montessori Method of Education

·       Reggio Emilia

·       Play-based learning


3 – 4 years old

International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP)

with the approaches of :

·       Montessori Method of Education

·       Reggio Emilia

·       Play based learning

Early Year 1

4 – 5 years old

Early Year 2

5 – 6 years old


(cut off date 31st October in the respective year)

LevelMaximum number of students in a classTeacher-student Ratio
2 – 3 years oldToddler201 : 5
3 – 4 years oldNursery201 : 5
4 – 5 years oldEarly Year 1 (EY1)201 : 10
5 – 6 years oldEarly Year 2 (EY2)201 : 10

At SVP we believe in providing a balanced curriculum including nurturing the aesthetic and creative talents of our students.

Readiness or a screening test is not used as a basis for admission to the ECE program. However, prior admitting a student to ECE SVP, we observe the students’ readiness. The result will give information about the child’s current competence level from the recommendation of the teachers.

It is common for a child in Sekolah Victory Plus to begin school speaking a language or languages other than English. We provide EAL (English as an Additional Language) support through music and movement, storytelling and lessons. The Total Physical Response method is also applied during the daily activities in the classroom to help the students to feel able and be familiar with English. Sekolah Victory Plus also has the language policy to respect and support the use of mother tongue and Language of the Host Country (Bahasa Indonesia).

The methodology of our school is very different to national schools. Children will need to make a significant changes and may have a period of adjustment.

  • UOI lessons are a combination of language, science, mathematics, social studies (including geography), Bahasa Indonesia (including PKn), personal, social and physical education (PSPE) studies.
  • They are taught using inquiry-based learning where students are encouraged to be inquirers and thinkers.
  • The lessons are conducted through hands-on activities.

Do you have student textbooks for UOI lessons?

  • No, we don’t. During UOI lessons, teachers and students use a variety of media/resources (such as: the Internet, books, magazines, newspapers, people, journal, etc) to gain the information.

Do students have other textbooks in ECE and Primary?

  • Students only have Religion textbook. There are not any textbooks for any other subjects
  • The maximum number of students in one class is 23 students with two homeroom teachers in grade 1.
  • The maximum number of students in one class is 23 students with one homeroom teacher and 1 floating homeroom teacher in grades 2-6.
  • We do not have Teacher Assistants  in every class but we have Teacher Support Staff who help the teachers inside and outside the class.
  • It is to engage the students in active and fun learning
  • It is to engage the students to be free in expressing their ideas and thoughts
  • It is to facilitate students’ various learning styles. (differentiation learning)
  • The school provides support for its students with learning and/or special educational needs and support for their teachers. However, with its ongoing process of ideal inclusive programme, the school may not be able to meet all diverse learning styles, strengths and challenges including special education needs and therefore limit admission of specific cases, in a way to create an inclusive environment which is effective for all students to reach their full potential.
  • Children will have observations and assessments on multiple aspects (internal and external) before the school decides whether or not it is able to cater the children’s need in learning.

At SVP we offer the students the opportunity to study visual arts throughout their time in our school. Many students also study Visual Arts as part of their Diploma Programme.


Internal Aspects:

  • Physical: the child is able to function his/her body independently in learning.
  • Social Emotional: The child is able to shows good working and learning attitude (showing willingness to learn, accepting tasks responsibly), as well as attitude toward people (cooperate with adult and peers, and following instructions).
  • Intellectual: the child is able to follow basic curriculum standard (based on developmental; scale and entrance test results).
  • Language: the child is able to express ideas verbally or written appropriately based on age (refer to the developmental scale) at least in one language, English or Bahasa Indonesia.

External Aspects:

  • Parents show positive demeanour towards school and the representatives
  • Parents and school share a mutual understanding to support students needs based on the observation.

We don’t have a test. Instead, we have a School Readiness Observation. This observation aims to assess the child’s readiness to enter our school and to know his/her communication and thinking skills. If a child does not have serious problems, we can accept him/her (of course depending on available vacant places)

  • For local students, we will run a School Readiness Observation, conducted by school counselor and the PYP Coordinator (if needed) and the students may be asked to sit another Readiness test (Test Kesiapan Sekolah) conducted by PT. Psiko Edukasi Asesmen Citra Unggul (PEACE). The result will inform the Primary School Principal based on the Readiness Observation/Test result from both sides.
  • For expatriate students, we may only have School Readiness Observation conducted by the school counselor/PYP Coordinator.

Our curriculum framework is the Middle Years Programme (MYP) from International Baccalaureate  (IB) incorporated with the latest national curriculum.

MYP (Middle Years Program) is a curriculum framework offered by IB for children of 11-16 years of age. SVP offers a 4-year programme, from Grade 7-Grade 10 ( grade 1 SMA).

Yes. The preparation is done regularly during the learning activities in the respective subjects. We also provide mock exams (try out).

Students receive the MYP school report each term. They will also receive their SMP Certificate from the Indonesian government upon successfully finishing Grade 9 and joining the National exams.

A variety of teaching methods and approaches from inquiry-based learning lessons to discussions, depending on the nature of the learning materials.

Definitely. Students need homework. Homework can take the form of a research, interview, investigation, or worksheet. Homework or tasks will give students a chance  to improve their management skills.

The Middle & Senior School’s spacious air-conditioned classrooms are equipped with a computer with broadband internet connection, an LCD projector. Our school also  has a library with almost 10.000 collection of books plus multimedia resources, a mini soccer field, swimming pool, a basketball court, an Art Studio, a Music Room, a Science Lab, Design Technology Workshop (Bengkel) and a Computer Lab. 

Our teachers come from different nationalities and they have gone through a tough selection process in terms of their English and capability as good teachers. The English programmes are supported by native English speakers.

Middle School starts at 07.20 and finishes at 14.45 except on Tuesday at 15.30. The additional time on Tuesday is used for compulsory extra curricular activities in Music. Snack Break is at 09.00-09.15 and lunch break is at 11.30 to 12.15 PM.

We have varied extracurricular activities ranging from Swimming, Wushu, Soccer, Basketball, Tennis, Futsal, Cooking, Band, Mandarin, Dance, Digital Design, Artificial Intelligence, Debate, Model United Nations and many other activities.

There is an intensive course called English Adjustment Programme for the students who passed the entrance tests with English that has not met the necessary level.

SVP has a readiness observation which simply is a means of finding out if  students are ready for the programme. This will include readiness in Bahasa Indonesia, English (written and spoken) as well as Mathematics.

There are two curriculum streams in Senior School (grade 11 and 12). They are the Diploma Program and National Program

The school uses the Approaches To Learning a continuum of skills that a student must develop starting from Primary to the Middle & Senior level. Those skills are:

  • Thinking Skills
  • Research Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Self Management Skill
  • Social Skills

The School offers students a variety of Extra-Curricular Activities (ECA).

All the extra-curricular activities are held after school at 3.45 to 5 PM (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday) and at 3 to 4.30 PM (Wednesday and Friday).