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Hampton International School – Chaengwattana

Hampton International School Chaengwattana was founded in 2009. With a commitment to bring quality education to students in an exciting and enticing environment, the school mixes fun with learning. The school describes itself as a family school with a happy atmosphere so that each child feels at home and is happy the moment they come into the school.

Unlike its sister school Hampton International Preschool Sathorn which is located within Bangkok’s bustling central business district, the Chaengwattana campus is situated in the northern suburbs of the capital city, about ten minutes away from Nichada Thani.

International Preschool in Bangkok Suburbs

Hampton International School Chaengwattana follows the UK Early Years Framework and the Reggio Emilia approach. These are adapted to provide the best learning outcomes for an international community of young learners.

Alongside the curriculum is the ideal childcare environment where the children are encouraged to learn and absorb things during play time as well. These methods intend to lay the opportunity for every type of learner to be able develop at their own pace, while still feeling secure and cared for.

The school prepares a homely environment for students to learn how to face the globally competitive world after preschool. The Early Years Foundation Stage framework has a specialist teacher to teach Physical Education, Thai language and musical ability to students.

Additionally, the kindergarten supplements the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum with specialist training in certain subjects such as physical education, Thai language, or music lessons.

UK Early Years Framework + Reggio Emilia

At the Nursery age group, the daily topics normally covered include basic concepts such as colours, transportation, and animals. These topics then serve as the introduction to begin learning required English words, early counting, and so on.

There will be more independent activities at the Kindergarten stage, albeit supervised by the teacher. Adding on to Nursery topics, here the children will learn more about the world around them as the teachers try to direct them to build their confidence and independence whilst capitalising on the child’s greater awareness of the larger world.

Finally at Key Stage 1 which comprises Years 1 and 2, the curriculum is arranged to adhere to cross-curricular objectives that are drawn from the English National Curriculum.

Apart from academics, students are offered diverse co-curricular activities such as yoga, robotics, tennis, sports, and more for an all-round holistic education to students.

  • Cafeteria
  • Library
  • Playground
  • Splash Pool

51/8 Mooban Sarawanville, Chaengwattana Soi 28, Pakkred, Nonthaburi 11120, Thailand

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