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Our Curriculum

Our Unique Curriculum
- Child-centered Curriculum
- Main focus areas, Happy Children, Speak English as a Native, Physically Strong and Excellent      Critical Thinking & Creativity  
- British National Curriculum along with Play-based and practical learning opportunities
- All English subjects till age 3 to ensure children communicates in English with confidence
- Thai language starting at age 3 
- Chinese Afterschool Classes for pupils over 3
British EYFS for 2 years to 5-year-olds (Nursery, Early Year 1, and Early Years 2)
We offer British Early Years Foundation Stage for ages 2 years to 5 years old. We also incorporate play-based indoor and outdoor learning comprising of Montessori, Gardening, Cooking, Swimming, and other activity-based learning. Phonics and Phonemic Awareness programs are incorporated into the curriculum to help children read by the age of 4.
English National Curriculum for ages 5 and above (Year 1 to Year 6)
For Ages 5 and above we offer the British National Curriculum as the core curriculum supported by play-based and research-based learning. Children are also taught to read and write basic Thai starting age 3.
Please check the parents resources section for more details about the British EYFS, British National Curriculum, Cambridge Certifications, and other information which may be helpful.
Academic Programs

Early Years Program

Nursery ( Age 2 to 3-year-olds)
Adult to Child Ratio - 1 adult: 4 Children
Our Nursery program follows the British EYFS guidelines, the main focus is on communication and language development, phonics and phonemic awareness, fine motor and gross motor development, social and emotional development. All learning is conducted in a play-based environment.
Early Years 1 (Age 3 to 4-year-olds)
Adult to Child Ratio - 1 adult: 6 Children
Our EY1 pupils follow the British EYFS syllabus comprising of Communication and Language, Physical Development, Social and Emotional Development, Reading and Writing, Science, Mathematics, expressive arts, and design.
Our Early Year 1 pupils are able to read simple sentences by the third term using phonics.
A lot of focus is also paid on the pupils physical development by incorporating Swimming, outdoor play, and exploration.
We also introduce children to the Thai language starting age 3, this is to ensure the children can read and write in Thai as they move to higher classes. 
Early Years 2 (Age 4 to 5-year-olds)
Adult to Child Ratio - 1 adult: 8 Children
This is the last stage of British EYFS. Our curriculum follows the Seven learning areas of British EYFS.
Children continue to improve their Reading and Writing skills in English.
Primary Program
Key Stage 1 (Year 1 and Year 2)
Year 1 and Year 2 are known collectively as Key Stage 1 according to the English National Curriculum. Pupils of Key Stage 1 are from 5 + to 7 years of age.
The School Day of Key Stage 1
Start of school:  8:00 am
Morning Break: 10:30 am - 10:40 am
Lunch Break: 12:20 pm - 12:50 pm
Snacks Break: 13:40 pm - 13:50 pm
School Ends: 14:40 pm
Optional Extra-curricular Activities: 2:50 pm - 3:30 pm
Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6)
In keeping the English National Curriculum terminology, Years 3 to 6 are collectively known as Key Stage 2. Pupils of Key Stage 2 are from 7 + to 11 years of age.
The curriculum builds on the skills and knowledge acquired during Early Years and Key Stage 1. It further adds challenges as pupils move through the Key Stage. Emphasis is placed on communication, manners, problem-solving and creative thinking. Pupils become more independent and confident during their Key Stage 2 years.
External Assessment
Students in Years 4, 5, and 6 complete the ISA (International Schools Assessment) standardised tests. These tests are specifically designed for students in international schools whose language of instruction is English.
The School Day of Key Stage 2
Start of school:  8:00 am
Morning Break: 10:30 am - 10:40 am
Lunch Break: 12:20 pm - 12:50 pm
Snacks Break: 13:40 pm - 13:50 pm
School Ends: 14:40 pm
Opitional Extra-curricular Activities: 2:50 pm - 3:30 pm
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