Discover a world of opportunities under one roof as this truly international education creates and offers choices of curriculum suited to your child's future path.
Yes! We offer English as an Additional Language (EAL) for students who are second language English speakers. You can read more about our EAL programme here.
St. Andrews is proud of our inclusive admissions policy. We offer limited spaces in Special Education Needs and English as an Additional Language Programmes on the basis that we feel that we can provide the right support for your child. You can learn more about our Learning Support here.
St. Andrews offers over 80 extra-curricular activities and clubs each term including sports, arts and music. Majority of the activities are free of charge. For activities hosted by external providers, a small fee between 100-500THB is charged per session, depending on the activity. You can find out more about our activities here.
Nursery 4:1, Kindergarten 6:1 and Reception 9:1, Year 1 and above 22:1. There is a maximum of 22 children per class with two teaching assistants in Nursery to Reception and one teaching assistant in Years 1 and 2. Teaching assistants also support across Years 3-6.
Our school bus service is available for children from Nursery upwards. Each bus has a Bus Monitor who sits with the children and will help your child to their class and back again at the end of the day. You can read more about the school bus service here.
As an international school, we are very familiar with the transition between different countries and curriculums. The inquiry-based nature of the PYP allows us to tailor the learning to each child, aiding a seamless transition between many different curriculums.
In primary, we use a learning platform called Seesaw. This platform provides a messaging option which links directly between parents and teachers. You can also contact your child’s teacher through email.