Mooltripakdee International School (also known as MIS) was established in 2010 and offers quality education to students aged 2 to 15 years of age. The school is divided into three segments – preschool and kindergarten, primary school and secondary school and follows the English National Curriculum.
This school is a relatively new and growing school with a slogan of “Preparing Children for Success”, and that ethos is reflected in the school’s ongoing mission to cultivate a physical schooling environment that enhances the learning experience and is of great aid in realising an inclusive and warm community, where students regardless of background feel valued and prepared to tackle the challenges of an ever-evolving world.
MIS follows a mission to nurture a happy, safe and welcoming community where children are equipped with positive attitudes, skills and knowledge to enjoy their childhood. The school seeks to serve as a foundation for future development.
MIS also aims to help children become confident and enthusiastic life-long learners. The school also encourages children to acquire social awareness and have an appreciation for their own and other cultures.
Students aged 2 to 5 years are put into the preschool which combines the Early Years Foundation Stage from the English national curriculum with the Montessori school method, where the focus is put on care, learning and development. In primary school, students start learning in the English National Curriculum.
Meanwhile, children aged between five and eleven years of age are enrolled in MIS’ primary school programme, which is entirely based on the English national curriculum.
In the secondary level, the school works upon the already implemented English National Curriculum and focuses on the statutory examinations. Students take the IGCSE examinations at the end of the 11th year. Each subject is taught by specialised teachers.
The Mooltripakdee International School also encourages students to have a strong spiritual, moral, cultural and physical growth and thus has religious classes. Students are also encouraged to participate in sports.