The school year is divided into three terms,
o Term 1 August - December
o Term 2 January - April
o Term 3 April - June
The school provides an optional summer programme during the long break in July and August.







School Day

School starts at 08.00 for all students. Nursery 1 children are expected to attend only on the days selected by parents. All other children are required to attend every day. Nursery children finish school at 12.00 unless they are staying for after class activities, which end at 13.00. Kindergarten and Reception students finish at 13.45, unless they are staying for after school activities, which end at 14.45.

Class Years

Nursery 1

Nursery 1 accepts children from 1 1/2 years old. This class has one main teacher, 1 teacher assistants and a nursery nanny. Socialization is the main aim of this class. Free play, as well as structured activities, allow syoung children to settle into their school routine and begin learning important skills.

Nursery 2

Nursery 2 accepts children from 2 years old. This class has one main teacher, 1 assistant and a nursery nanny. Further social skills are taught in this class as well as developing independent skills. This class offers structured activities that fit the Early Learning Goals of the National Curriculum of England and Wales.

Kindergarten 1

In Kindergarten, children learn the letter sounds and become familiar with their use. We use the Jolly Phonics System that was developed in England and is widely used in primary schools across the UK. In this class, children have one main teacher and an assistant.

Kindergarten 2

This class also uses the Jolly Phonics System, as well as the Oxford Reading Tree programme and Cambridge reading books. They will develop their reading, writing and numeracy skills in accordance with the Early Learning Goals of the National Curriculum of England and Wales. At the end of the reception year, our children are ready to transfer to the next level of their International Education. We have established links with top schools such as Shrewsbury, NIST and Bangkok Pattana and will happily help with the transition.