Silver Fern International School

Silver Fern International School strives to build global citizens who are self-aware, inquiring, learners with voice and empathy and who take risks. Since its inception, the school’s owner and director has always emphasised education, the same way education had been paramount in her early childhood, and she decided after living in New Zealand that building a school in her native Thailand was the ideal way to continue her pursuit.

New Zealand International School in Thailand

The Silver Fern International School utilises modern teaching methodologies and ideas, assuming this will provide the brightest possibility to create learners who are competitive in an ever more globalised society. The students are exposed to a range of differing cultures and languages, resulting in a society of informed young citizens who are equipped with the confidence to take on the evolving demands of an increasingly rapid-paced and changing world.

The school encourages students to work together, encouraging students to ask questions and take risks. The school also motivates children to make sense of their world by becoming thoughtful global citizens who take action in the community.

The Silver Fern International School follows the IB Learner Profile attributes, which helps individuals and groups become responsible members of local, national and global communities. The school nurtures the curiosity of students and encourages them to explore a number of disciplines.

Wide Variety of Extra Curricular Activities

The school team develops and uses the conceptual understanding of students and encourages them to explore a range of disciplines. The school engages in issues of local and global significance. The school offers the IB programme to students.

The extra-curricular activities (ECA) program offers a range of cultural, learning, music, and sports activities. Selections are made before a new term and after a break in the midterm. The pursuits offered are rotative, offering different choices each rotation.

Students are offered a number of extra-curricular activities and sessions are held every day from 3.30 pm to 4.30 pm every Monday to Thursday. These extra-curricular activities include Thai, Chinese, Arts and Crafts, Stitchery, Computer Laboratory, Singing, Chess, Football, Badminton, Basketball and Sports and Games.

  • Cafeteria
  • Library
  • Swimming Pool

16 Moo 21 Airport Road, Tambon Neuamuang Amphoe Muang, Roi-Et 45000, Thailand

Levels
  • Preschool
  • Primary
Curriculum
  • IB Diploma