The Tiny Seeds International Pre-School started as a vision of two friends that puts a strong emphasis on values like kindness, compassion, love and respect. The school follows various educational techniques such as role modelling, in-depth conversations and role-play scenarios to interact with children.
This international preschool believes that little children are like “tiny seeds”, waiting to be planted and nourished by the warmth of the teachers, administrators, and the centre’s spirit in general. Not only does this make for a great origin for the school’s name, but the analogy also implies that under their guidance, the children will grow into sturdy little trees that will eventually be ready to join the wider world as strong and mighty trees.
The school was started by two ladies, Ms Top and Ms Tip, who became friends while serving together in the same preschool for fourteen years. Originally Ms Top functioned as the school administrator and parent liaison while Ms Tip was gaining experience as both an assistant and class teacher. Their dream preschool has been serving families in Bangkok for almost ten years now.
The children are given the freedom to express themselves, create their own happiness and are encouraged to instil happiness in others. Children are prepared with the necessary attitude and skills which make the transition into primary schools smooth.
The environment at The Tiny Seeds International Pre-School has been carefully crafted to focus on all developmental learning areas, spark curiosity, encourage creativity and foster learning. Students learn through fun and play in a natural setting. The school appreciates originality and individuality and fosters creativity in the process.
The school follows the British National Curriculum and caters to students aged 18 months to 5 years. It concentrates on different aspects of learning such as literacy, mathematics, understanding the world, expressive arts and design, personal, social and emotional development, communication and language and physical development. It incorporates a centre-based approach where children learn through play and creative visualisation.