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28 January 2011

Sekolah Wassenar

Sekolah Indonesia di Wassenaar, Nederland (SIN) was formerly set up on 15 June 1965. At that time, the school was located at the Violenweg 13, The Hague. It was formally inaugurated by the then His Excellency Ambassador, Mr. Soedjarwo Tjondronegoro, which took place at the Rijksstraatweg 679, 2245 CB, Wassenaar on 17 August 1965. The Committee for Indonesian School and Culture (Badan Usaha Sekolah dan Budaya Indonesia or BASUKI) was assigned to carry out the preparation for the establishment. Based on the Decision of the Minister of Education and Culture on 15 August 1995, the name of Sekolah Indonesia di Nederland (SIN) was converted to Sekolah Kedutaan Republik Indonesia di Wassenaar, Nederland. However, its abbreviation, SIN, remains unchanged.

Then the BASUKI was replaced by the Advisory Body of Indonesian School and Culture (Badan Pembina Sekolah dan Kebudayaan Indonesia or BPSKI). Considering the more important role of SIN, in 1972, BPSKI was changed to the Advisory Body of Indonesian School (Badan Pembina Sekolah Indonesia or BPSI), and from 1993 onwards BPSI has been chaired (ex-officio) by the Deputy Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia (WAKEPRI).

SIN Status
At the beginning of its foundation, SIN status had been a private assistance institution (swasta berbantuan). Then in 1981, based on the Common Decision of the Minister of Education and Culture and Minister of Foreign Affairs No. 191/81/01 and 051/U/1981 of 22 January 1981 concerning the Guidelines for the Management of Indonesian Schools Abroad, SIN was regarded as a private assistance school (sekolah swasta berbantuan). Considering the fact that for the last several years the school has been fully funded by the Representative of the Republic of Indonesia in the Netherlands, SIN status should be considered suitable as the School of Indonesian Embassy. Partially, for administrative matters, it bears the name: School of Indonesian Embassy.

Since recently, SIN has been allowed to administer its own final examination similar to the privilege given to the public schools in Indonesia.

Objectives and Functions
SIN provides education to Indonesian children and youth in foreign countries especially in Europe;
SIN functions as an umbrella to build up dan develop the sense of Indonesian nationhood;
strengthen the sense of Indonesian unity and Indonesian personality;
SIN participates in introducing and disseminating Indonesian culture and arts to the Dutch community in particular, and the international community in general.

Curriculum and Educational Levels
As an integral part of the Indonesia’s national education system, SIN applies Indonesian Curriculum.
Since SIN is undergoing to change its orientation to be compatible to International School Standards, SIN also applies International Curriculum especially the one which applies in Europe. Besides using books from Indonesia, SIN also uses books from International
school as a guide and supplement. Medium of instruction will use bilingual system namely Indonesian language and English especially for the Science subjects and Math.

Academic Year
The academic year commences in August and ends in July.

Schooldays and Holidays
School days are from Monday to Friday, and the school time starts at 09.00 to 16.00 CET.
Holidays are arranged according to the academic calendar and adjusted the holidays in the Netherlands or applied by the International Schools in the Netherlands.

Educational Levels
Elementary School (SD) (depends on demand)
Lower Secondary School (SMP)
Upper Secondary School (SMA)

Management and Finance
SIN is managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs c.q. Indonesian Embassy, and technically supervised by the Attaché of the Department of Education and Culture.

Financial Resources
Indonesian Embassy budget
Educational Block Grant provided by the Department of National Education
Student tuition
Parents’ financial contribution

SIN by Public Transportation
SIN is easily accessible with public transportation. Just take a bus from The Hague Central Station, heading for Haarlem NS or Noordwijk, Oegsgeest, Lisse; get off at the Kerkehout bus-stop of the South Wassenaar (2 zones from The Hague CS).


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