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Moving to Bangkok can be quite an exciting experience, but it comes with some baggage or challenges. Paramount of these challenges is finding a good school for your children. As a good parent, you want to provide your children with the best education. You'll want a school that would help your children settle down in no time. We want to help you out in choosing the best international schools in Bangkok that your children would love. Here are some of the things to consider when...
International education provides students with the primary and standard skills in other to become active participants in the ever-expanding community of cultures and would enable them to have a successful and smooth transition from school to professional life. This is an overview of what students stand to gain from studying in international schools in Bangkok. Studying in any of Bangkok's international schools comes with a wide range of benefits. The quality of education in international...
International school in Thailand is expensive. It was introduced basically to cater to the needs of expat kids who must have begun school in their parent country and acclimatized to the culture before relocation. An international school makes use of a foreign curriculum in order not to interrupt or disrupt the learning process of relocated kids. Because of the price tag of enrolling a kid in an international school in Thailand, some parents might be panicky and searching for an alternate...
Pre-school helps enormously with a child’s introduction to school life as there are strong links between the Key Stage 1 class and the Early Years staff. Children who have been regular pre-school members usually make a smooth, easy transition into the main school. Children follow the areas of learning set out in the Early Learning Goals of the Foundation Stage Curriculum. An idea of our activities and the thinking behind them. • language and literacy • mathematics • personal and social...
Making a good start in the first year of primary school, known as Reception class, is critical in enabling children to do well and enjoy their later years at school. It also provides a further opportunity for teachers to identify any special education needs children may have, and put support for learning in place before they move to key stage one. Reception classes are part of the Early Years Foundation Stage and deliver the early years curriculum. Teachers and early years staff are trained...

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