Admission Policy

 

1.  PURPOSE

Explaining the mechanism of New Student Enrollments and New Students Orientation Period at Sekolah Buin Batu, Sumbawa.

 

2. SCOPE

This procedure is implemented for all new students at all levels commencing from Playgroup  through to the end of the SBB Middle School at Sekolah Buin Batu.

 

3. RESPONSIBILITIES

3.1  The Head of School is responsible for the implementation of the New Student Enrollment procedures.

3.2  Homeroom teachers are responsible for the interviewing process with prospective students and parents; and the school orientation process.

3.3  Counselors and Therapists team are responsible for any psychological testing needed for prospective students who may have special needs.


4. REFERENCES

4.1  SBB requirements for new student enrolment.

4.2  Contract of Work PT AMNT with the government, especially regarding the provision of education for children PT AMNT Employees and contractors who live in the Townsite


5. DEFINITION

5.1   ‘New Students’ are new students who enter at the beginning or mid-semester and come from

another school apart from Sekolah Buin Batu.

5.2   Students shall be:

(a) the children of employees, contractors or business partners of  PT AMNT having residential facilities in the Townsite to the age of 3-15 years  (“Staff Students”), or

(b) children living off-site where either they or one of their parents are holders of an

international passport (“Off-Site Students”).

 

6. ENROLMENT CRITERIA

6.1 Class sizes are based on available facilities and classrooms.  Each classroom varies in size and so numbers are variable. In general, classes will be limited to a maximum of 20 students per class with an extra 2  spaces reserved for possible intake of PT AMNT and Business Partners’ staff students throughout the academic year.

6.2 New Students shall be enrolled at Sekolah Buin Batu based on the following priority order:

6.2.1 Children of AMNT’s employees who are provided with housing and living on Townsite.

6.2.2 Children of AMNT’s business partners and contractors who are provided with housing and living on Townsite.

6.2.3 Other students from off-site, provided places exist and they meet the enrolment criteria set out in Point 8 of the policy below.  All external enrolments will be individually approved by the Yayasan Board.

 

7. PROCEDURE FOR ENROLMENT OF ON-SITE AMNT AND BUSINESS PARTNERS/CONTRACTORS

7.1   The School’s administration is to coordinate with PTAMNT management  as well as the companies of associated contractor employees who have children aged  3-15 years and have received housing allocations in Townsite.

7.2   Registration of new students takes place from the beginning of the semester until  mid-semester by prospective

parents who stayed married in the Townsite by filling out  the registration form submitted by the school administration.

7.3   Prospective students who are to be enrolled in Playgroup are 3 years old or above commencing on 31st June, do not use pampers, pass toilet training and show the appropriate level of developmental maturity.

7.4   As long as there is a place, a student who was born up to October may be considered for enrolment into the Playgroup class starting in the second semester and on the proviso that they will repeat the class the following year.

7.5    The New Student Admission process will be conducted through interviews by the classroom teacher, deputy principal or designee and the results of interviews and placement of students submitted to the Head of School. The Head of School has final decision on which class a student will enter.

7.6    Parents are to provide the school with all necessary documents, including copies of previous school’s reports.

7.7   From information supplied by parents, or through the initial interview, if any prospective students have special needs then the school will set an assessment / interview with the therapist / School Counselor and the results submitted to the Head of School as material which will inform any enrolment decision making.  

7.8   The new student orientation process will be delivered by each class Homeroom teacher, with classroom observations and general information shared with the parents and students concerned.

7.9   The School Administration will inform all Homeroom teachers concerned regarding the placement of new students in the class.  This will include sharing of student reports and any relevant records.

7.10   The Principal can ask Homeroom teachers for help in the placement new students, especially the preferred placement of a Playgroup student.

7.11 When a student leaves the School, the parents must complete all necessary documents, including the student exit form.