Appreciating the wonder and beauty of the world and its people.




    Cooperating, colaborating,and leading or following as the situation demands.




    Imagining themselves in another’s situation in order to understand his or her reasoning and emotions,so as to be open-minded and reflective about the perspectives of others.




    Enjoying learning and willingly putting the effort into the process.




    Respecting themselves,others and the world around them.




    Feeling confident in their ability as learners, having the courage to take risks, applying what they have learned and making appropriate decisions and choices.




    Being honest and demonstrating a considered sense of fairness.




    Thinking and acting independently, making their own judgements based on reasoned argument, and being able to defend their judgements.



    Open – Minded     

    We critically appreciate our own cultures and personal histories, as well as the values and traditions of others. We seek and evaluate a range of points of view, and we are willing to grow from the experience.




    Being creative and imaginative in their thinking and their approach to problems and dilemmas.




    Being committed to their own learning, preserving and showing self-dicipline and responsibility.




    We understand the importance of balancing different  aspects of our lives intellectual, physical, and emotional to achieve well-being for ourselves and others. We recognize our interdependence with other people and with the world in which we live.




    We thoughtfully consider the world and our own ideas and experience. We work to understand our strengths and weaknesses in order to support our learning and personal development.




    We develop and use conceptual understanding, exploring knowledge across a range of disciplines. We engage with issues and ideas that have local and global signi­cance.




    Being sensitive about differences and diversity in the world and being responsive to the needs of others.




    We express ourselves confi­dently and creatively in more than one language and in many ways. We collaborate effectively, listening carefully to the perspectives of other individuals and groups.




    Being curious about the nature of learning, about the world, its people and cultures..




    We show empathy, compassion and respect. We have a commitment to service, and we act to make a positive difference in the lives of others and in the world around us.



    Risk – Taker    

    We approach uncertainty with forethought and determination; we work independently and cooperatively to explore new ideas and innovative strategies. We are resourceful and resilient in the face of challenges and change.

What is the status of the Primary School?

  • We are an authorized IB PYP school.
  • We are a member of National Plus Schools Association. Accredited A
  • We have an Operational Permit (ijin operasional) from Diknas. Accredited A+

How is the reporting system?

  • We have Diknas and school reports. Our School reports show the development of the students socially and academically.
    If I move my child from Sekolah Victory Plus to a national school, not a National Plus school, will my child find difficulties?
  • They will of course have an adjustment period which is normal for everybody who has just moved from one place to another place, but the responsibility and the love of learning are there. They will be more creative and have more life skills from their time at Victory than the students from the national school.

What are the curricula used in the Primary School?

  • We are implementing National Plus and the Primary Years Programme (PYP)-IB curriculum. The National Curriculum can be seen in Bahasa Indonesia and Religion lessons.
    What is the International Baccalaureate Organization?
  • It offers 4 programmes : PYP (Primary Years Programme), MYP (Middle Years Programmes), Diploma Programme (DP) and Career-related Programme.
  • It is a world-wide organization whose headquarters are located in Switzerland.
  • Indonesia is part of the IB Asia-Pacific region whose headquarters are in Singapore.
    There are 5,477 programmes being offered worldwide, across 4,267 schools.

What is the PYP curriculum?

  • The PYP curriculum is designed to prepare the students to face globalization in era. We are teaching the students to have life skills. The contents of the materials are important but it is more important for the students to learn the skills of how to search for information.
  • It applies inquiry-based learning.
  • A passion for learning is one thing that the PYP curriculum requires. We want the students to be life-long learners (pembelajar seumur hidup)

What are the subjects taught in Primary School?

Subject Period /Week Language Used
English 6 periods English
Mathematics 7 periods English
Social Emotional Learning 1 period English
Unit Of Inquiry (UOI) 6 periods English
Music 2 periods English
Physical Education 2 periods Englsih
Art & Craft 2 periods Englsih
Library 1 period Englsih
Bahasa Indonesia 3 periods Indonesian
Religion 2 periods Indonesian
Mandarin 2 periods Mandarin


What kinds of extra curricular activities does the Primary School have?

  • Recycled Craft, Boy and Girl scout, Craft, Basketball, Choir Dream Team, JSFA, Ensemble, Spelling Bee, Basic Math Club, Cake Making, Essential Skill, Science Club, Painting, Coloring, Taekwondo, Robotics, Dance, Animation Flash, Wushu, and Iqro.

What is a Unit of Inquiry (UOI)?

  • UOI is a unit that transcends across disciplines. It includes 5 essential elements, such as knowledge (under 6 big themes), concepts, skills, attitudes and action. The aim is to enable the students to demonstrate the attributes of the Learner Profile.
  • It uses inquiry-based learning where students are encouraged to be inquirers and thinkers.
  • The lessons are conducted through various strategies.

Do you have student textbooks for the lessons?

  • No, we don’t. Teachers and students use a variety of media/resources (such as: the Internet, books, magazines, newspaper, people, etc) to gain the information.
    How many students are there in one class?
  • The maximum number of students in one class is 22 students/23 (if there is one child from SVP staff) with one homeroom teacher.
    Why is the classroom set-up differently from conventional/national schools?
  • It is to engage the students in active and fun learning. They are also free to express their ideas and thoughts.

Does Sekolah Victory Plus accept special needs students?

  • We offer inclusive education with terms and condition as mentioned in the SEN policy.

Is there a test for my child before I enroll him/her to Sekolah Victory Plus?

  • 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 English ability. If a child does not have serious problems, we can accept him/her (of course depending on available vacant places)