The British International School of Krabi is a purpose-built school which delivers the English National Curriculum and the Cambridge Curriculum to students from 5 to 18 years of age. The focus of the school is leading by example and thus strives to provide the best educational opportunities in the Krabi region.
Intending to develop each child as an individual with defining character traits such as honour, tolerance, and self-respect, the school has proven to be adept at nurturing an enjoyable sense of lifelong learning among the students who attend there.
During the kindergarten years, the school affectionately referred to as BISK naturally offers the best of British standards covering the core subjects including English, maths, and science, yet enhanced with the Montessori education method. Presently the school covers the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) from the British national curriculum as well, comprising Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, from Year 1 to Year 6.
Secondary students sit for the IGCSE and the A level examinations. While the students are predominantly taught in English, they are also taught the Thai language and Thai culture, as well as being offered French as an elective subject.
It is a leading green school in Thailand which is self-sufficient. The school follows a mission to be a modern eco-school within the next 5 years. The school has several projects such as solar power, hydroponics, water harvesting and recycling which enables the school to do their bit for the environment.
The school campus is extensive and is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies such as a gym with a climbing wall, swimming pool, playground, large classrooms, science laboratory, engineering workshop, library, common room, cafeteria and other facilities.
The British International School of Krabi believes in going beyond the traditional teaching techniques and nurturing and moulding young minds to instil a lifelong desire for learning in them. Education is made as much fun as possible to ensure students are happy at the end of the day.