St Andrews International School Sathorn is a part of the Cognita global school network which has more than sixty schools in at least seven countries. It is a community based primary school located in the central business district of Bangkok. It follows the British national curriculum and caters to students at the primary level.
The Sathorn campus of the St Andrews School is a smaller community oriented academic institute, and is situated within Bangkok’s lively central business district. This is one of two St Andrews International School campuses that can be found in Thailand and indeed within the city limits of Bangkok itself, with the other being St Andrews International School Sukhumvit 107.
The Sathorn school is focused solely on providing a quality primary education to children between the ages of two to eleven years, making a balanced iteration of the British national curriculum the core academic foundation whilst surrounded by a secure, joyous, and inspired learning environment.
St Andrews International School Sathorn student community consists of both local and international students. The school follows a balanced curriculum which contains a blend of both traditional values and modern technology.
The school is committed to teaching students to appreciate other cultures and be aware of the needs and values of others. The school strives to help each student to achieve the highest academic standards and reach their full potential. By doing so, students will be confident in their own abilities and take pride in their achievements.
Apart from the curriculum, the school offers extensive co-curricular facilities to students at the school’s historic campus building which has, among other excellent amenities, several bright and visually stimulating classrooms to really engage young learners and get them invested in a complete, creative academic curriculum.
Some of the other clubs and facilities include (but are not limited to) ballet, swimming, cooking, art club, piano, tennis, karate, Mandarin, soccer, Thai Language and Culture, weaving/ mosaics/jewellery making, youth theatre, sculpture, origami and much more.