Biology is the scientific study of life. The more we learn about life, the more fascinating it becomes. Modern biology is as important as it is inspiring. Greater knowledge of genetics and cell biology is providing new tools in fields such as medicine and agriculture. Molecular biology provides new tools for the field of criminal science. Learning about the ecology helps us to understand the causes and consequences of global warming, etc.

The goals of the biology curriculum are to prepare the students to be “scientifically literate”, to learn how to learn, to develop a curiosity of the world around them, and to use the skills and knowledge of science and technology as they apply to their personal and social decisions. The aims are to become confident citizens, be suitably prepared and eager for studies beyond Ordinary Level, stimulate interest in and care for the local and global environment.

Three objectives will be kept in mind during the biology lessons and examinations. The first objective is ‘knowledge with understanding’. Students are expected not only to know but also to understand the facts and concepts in biology. Another objective is handling information and solving problems. If students have a good knowledge and understanding, they should be able to apply the knowledge to new situations. The last objective is experimental skills and investigations. This involves practical work. Students are introduced to the correct experimental techniques and skills. The focus is on relevant and accurate observations, measurements, and recording data appropriately and accurately.



As Teuku Nyak Arif Fatih Bilingual School we offer a valuable chemistry education which is taught in an exceptional environment. As we know, chemistry is not a subject that can only be taught in the classroom, there must also be laboratory activities which foster interest and learning among the students. All these facilities are in place here at Teuku Nyak Arif Fatih Bilingual School.

Chemistry may be greeted with avid interest, disinterest, or even antipathy by students. Whether students will be caught up in the excitement of chemical demonstrations and laboratory experiments, or experience difficulties learning topics like atomic structure, the ‘mole concept’, and organic chemistry, is definitely important both for them as individuals and also to society in general. Many significant, beneficial discoveries are a result of chemical research; from the discovery of elements to recent mass spectrometric studies. Chemistry teachers have to prepare students for examinations by creating effective learning environments and utilizing practices that address the ‘affective aspect’ of student learning (e.g. self-confidence, responsibility, respect, dependability, and personal relations). By doing this we can fully engage students and maintain interest and excitement while learning chemistry.


English Week Program

at Teuku Nyak Arif Fatih Bilingual School

Games PIC Day Time Participant Place Details
Spelling bee Mr. Patrick Thursday 02.00 – Finish SMP – 18 Students AULA 3 students/class
        SMA – 18 Students
Debate Mr. Muntasir Friday 02.00 – Finish SMA – 8 TEAMS Block C – Qualification AT LEAST
    Saturday 4th-5th period   AULA – FINAL 1 TEAM / CLASS
Rangking 1 Mr. Martunis Wednesday 02.00 – Finish SMP – 20 Students AULA 4 Students / Class
        SMA – 20 Students  
Crazy Word Mr. Lanjar Saturday 4th-5th period SMP – 3 teams Block C  
        SMA – 6 teams    
Scrabble Mr. Muhsin Thursday 02.00 – Finish SMP – 14 Students Block C  
        SMA – 14 Students  
Essay Mr. Muntasir Monday-Friday GENERAL GENERAL  
SCAVENGER Mr. Patrick Tuesday 02.00 – Finish SMP – 6 Teams SCHOOL  
        SMA – 6 Teams

The main goals of mathematics education are to prepare students to:
Use mathematics confidently to solve problems.

• Communicate and reason mathematically.
• Appreciate and value mathematics.
• Commit to lifelong learning
• Become mathematically literate adults, using mathematics to contribute to society.

At the completion of the program, students are supposed to have developed a positive attitude toward mathematics and have a basic knowledge of numbers, patterns and relations. This is so they can become confident in their ability to undertake the problems of a changing world, experiencing the power and usefulness of mathematics. Students should also gain an understanding and appreciation of the contributions of mathematics, both as a science and as an art, to civilization and to culture.




Through art and music, students learn to express themselves creatively and to respond to a variety of art and music styles and forms. The aim of both subjects is to help students develop an appreciation of art in all its forms, and to help them develop the skills needed to enjoy self-expression through art.

Ten Lessons the Arts Teach

1. The arts teach children to make good judgments about qualitative relationships. Unlike much of the curriculum in which correct answers and rules prevail, in the arts, it is  judgment rather than rules that prevail.

2. The arts teach children that problems can have more than one solution and that questions can have more than one answer.

3. The arts celebrate multiple perspectives. One of their large lessons is that there are many ways to see and interpret the world.

4. The arts teach children that in complex forms of problem-solving purposes are seldom fixed, but change with circumstance and opportunity. Learning in the arts requires the ability and willingness to surrender to the unanticipated possibilities of the work as it unfolds.

5. The arts make vivid the fact that words do not, in their literal form or number, exhaust what we can know. The limits of our language do not define the limits of our cognition.

6. The arts teach students that small differences can have large effects. The arts traffic in subtleties.

7. The arts teach students to think through and within a material. All art forms employ some means through which images become real.

8. The arts help children learn to say what cannot be said. When children are invited to disclose what a work of art helps them feel, they must reach into their poetic capacities to find the words that will do the job.

9. The arts enable us to have experience we can have from no other source and through such experience to discover the range and variety of what we are capable of feeling.

10. The arts’ position in the school curriculum symbolizes to the young what adults believe is important.



Physics is a unique experience for the students at Teuku Nyak Arif Fatih Bilingual School. Our goal is to provide the student with an appreciation and understanding of the physical world. An equally important goal is to prepare students for college courses and careers that require an understanding of physics. These include the sciences, engineering, medicine, pharmacy, education, agriculture, transportation, meteorology, and many other fields.

One essential tool in developing an understanding of physical principles is mathematics. Mathematical descriptions of motion, force, energy, electricity, magnetism, and light allow us to describe what we observe and predict what we have yet to observe in the most efficient manner possible. So in physics, mathematics is used as a tool to summarize and extend our observations.

Physics is about concepts and real events around us. Mathematics is used as a very useful part of the language of physics. You will find the answers to some of the physical world’s mysteries, such as why the sky is blue and what gives a saxophone its brash sound.

There will be a number of activities to help students learn physics. Students observe and watch lectures, demonstrations, or presentations, work through labs and activities, participate in group lab activities, and are encouraged to ask questions during physics courses. Students are urged to frequently confer with one another, their facilitator, and the teacher. Discussion is a very important factor in learning concepts.


Diniyah Schedule

TAHUN AJARAN 2015-2016
  1 VII Senin Mushola 15.35 s/d 18.30 Ust. Ridwan
  2 VIII A/B Selasa Mushola 15. 35 s/d 18.30 Ust. Ridwan
  3 IX Rabu Mushola 15. 35 s/d 18.30 Ust. Ridwan



TAHUN AJARAN 2015-2016
  1 X-A Jum’at Ruang kelas D23 15.35 s/d 18.30 Tgk. Furqan
  2 X-B Jum’at Ruang kelas D24 15.35 s/d 18.30 Tgk. Ramza
  3 XI-A Rabu Ruang kelas D23 15.35 s/d 18.30 Tgk. Milki
  4 XI-B Rabu Ruang kelas D24 15.35 s/d 18.30 Tgk. Mirza
  5 XII A/B Jum’at Mushola 15.35 s/d 18.30 Tgk. Rida

Index Al Quran
Religion Department 

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Introductory Turkish I and Introductory Turkish II will be a fun and easygoing class where students learn the language and culture of Turkey.

Turkish is a very easy language to learn. The course book we use helps bring the language to life. Also, authentic materials such as songs, movie clips, movies, and newspapers, are employed. The technique the instructor uses is a communicative approach which basically aims to improve language skills in an interactive way.

Students learn the alphabet, basic conversational Turkish, and grammar. They master at least 1000 words in addition to basic grammatical forms, and read and write simple prose of approximately two or three paragraphs in length. The students will be able to comfortably carry on a conversation in Turkish, such as talking about a movie. The students will be given many opportunities to converse with new Turkish friends and practice their language skills.

We will be using ACILIM TURKCE ,LALE by DILSET publications. The course will improve and develop communicative skills and grammar. All basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) will be covered in the class activities, written and audio homework. We will also have coffee hours to enable students to enjoy a friendly environment and talk to native speakers.