St Andrews International School Bangkok, Primary Campus has been established with a mission to provide an inclusive international education in a safe, happy, supportive and stimulating environment. The school strives to meet the needs of all individual learners and inspire students to aim high in their studies and personal life.
St Andrews Bangkok is a part of the Nord Anglia Education global school network which is presently operating more than sixty schools in nearly thirty countries across several continents such as Europe, North and South America, Asia including China, the Middle East, and South East Asia.
It is a community based primary school located in the central residential district of Bangkok known as Sukhumvit. It follows the British national curriculum and caters to students at the primary level. Located not too far away within the same vicinity is the St Andrews International School Bangkok, High School campus.
St Andrews International School Bangkok, Primary Campus is a medium-sized school where the teachers are familiar with all the students and parents. The school community harnesses friendship and the culture of Thailand is deeply respected.
The school follows a customised version of the National Curriculum of England and Wales and which has been tailored for an international perspective. The curriculum prepares students for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and IGCSE examinations.
The faculty team consists of a professional group of teachers and assistants who take a creative approach to solve problems. The school has a professional learning support department which actively helps all children to solve any problems they might have.
The school offers extensive facilities including a library, gymnasium, basketball courts, football field, swimming pool, quadrangle court and a cafeteria.
As a Nord Anglia Education family school, St Andrews could elect to leverage on the world class partnerships that the NAE has with some of the most renowned institutions of higher learning in the world, such as the collaboration with The Juilliard School for access to performing arts programmes; or the MIT Collaboration with the famed Massachusetts Institute of Technology with regard to STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics) specialist subjects and curricula.