Singapore International School of Bangkok – Pracha Uthit Campus

Singapore International School of Bangkok, Pracha Uthit Campus offers the Singapore and UK curriculum to students. The school currently has 5 campuses in Thailand and follows a trilingual approach by teaching English, Thai and Chinese to students.

Another SISB campus in the city is Singapore International School of Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi Campus.

Singapore International School Campus South of Bangkok

Her royal highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn officially inaugurated the Pracha Uthit school grounds on 7th June 2012. SISB’s premier campus affords a structure of through-train schooling from the Nursery and Kindergarten classes all the way up to the Sixth form, or from two to eighteen years old.

It offers a holistic education which develops students to their full potential. Singapore International School of Bangkok – Pracha Uthit Campus caters to students from preschool up to secondary levels. The school uses the UK national curriculum once students reach secondary and the sixth form, but until then SISB Pracha Uthit campus utilises the Singapore curriculum that is ranked top in the world for Mathematics and Science, based on the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), a global benchmarking test.

Singapore + UK National Curriculums

The school follows a child-centred approach in the preschool stage. In the primary years, the school follows the Singapore curriculum which is renowned for its excellence in Maths and Science.

In secondary and sixth form, it offers the UK curriculum to students. Students get to learn a wide variety of subjects and electives which helps them to be more versatile. The school boasts of a multi-cultural community with both teachers and students being from multiple backgrounds.

Apart from a good curriculum, Pracha Uthit Campus also offers extensive facilities which include cafeteria, boarding, arts and media centre, auditorium, film studio, sports complex with a basketball court and other facilities. These are utilised to enrich a student’s education and life as they participate in extra-curricular activities to build social skills, develop different interests, build confidence and learn to apply problem-solving methods in difficult situations.

  • Art Studio
  • Auditorium
  • Basketball Court
  • Cafeteria
  • Film Studio

498/11 Soi Ramkhamhaeng 39 (Tepleela 1), Wangthonglang, Wangthonglang, Bangkok 10310 Thailand

  • Preschool
  • Primary
  • Middle-School
  • Secondary
  • British National Curriculum
  • Singapore National Curriculum