St Andrews International School Bangkok
About St Andrews International School Bangkok
St Andrews International School Bangkok is a state-funded, all-through educational establishment. The mainstream school is based in Prakanong, in the Kingdom of Thailand. It teaches boys and girls aged between two and 18. Pupils are split into house groups. Each house has a name and a colour to go with it. The houses are Akha (red), Karen (green), Lalu (yellow) and Yao (blue). Brothers and sisters are put into the same group to make sure the spirit of the competition remains alive even when they are at home. The British international school first opened in 1997. At the moment, there are around 1,100 students on the roll at the school.
Values and Vision
St Andrews International School Bangkok opened with the aim of giving Bangkok children an outstanding British education. The curriculum is stimulating and balanced. Pupils are given the best chances at the school and are expected to achieve excellent results. Parents are encouraged to have an active role in the lives of the students. Pupils are able to get their International Baccalaureate Diploma as well as take the IGCE examinations. The hope is for the pupils to enjoy their time at the school. The staff make sure the premises is a safe and happy environment for the children to make life-long memories and good friends. Pupils should adopt a ‘can do’ attitude and try their hardest when faced with challenges. Teachers nurture the students during their time at the establishment.
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