Australian International School Ram Intra Campus has a strong community focus to develop a sense of community partnership among students. It arranges various events in partnership with the parents and communicates with the parents frequently as they are viewed as an essential figure in each student’s education.
Like this campus’ fellow Australian overseas schools in the Bangkok cosmopolitan areas, the Australian International School Sukhumvit Soi 20 Campus as well as the Australian International School Sukhumvit Soi 31 Campus (which are both located within residential neighbourhoods of Sukhumvit), the Ram Intra campus offers the enriching Australian national education curriculum to all of its young learners.
The Australian International School Ram Intra follows the Australian curriculum which uses an enquiry-based method where students are encouraged to ask questions and explore. This encourages student participation, develops confidence and effective communication skills.
Apart from the curriculum, the school also lays strong emphasis on a variety of co-curricular activities. Innumerable cultural, sporting, performance-based, visual arts and craft programmes are organised throughout the year.
The school also offers summer school programmes where students participate in educational, sporting and entertaining activities. The facilities available in the school are reviewed at regular intervals especially with regards to the teaching techniques.
The student community is multi-cultural comprising of students from 35 countries. The school also celebrates innumerable cultural events, both local and global.
This exposes students to various cultures and makes them more accepting of other traditions. Apart from Thai, the curriculum requires students to study either French, Mandarin or Japanese from year 2. The languages are taught by native speakers.
This campus is about medium in size compared to other international schools in Thailand, and as a mid-scale institute is able to transmit quality lesson plans, while retaining the personal touch that many bigger schools have to miss out on. The school considers this vital to the success of its implemented learning outcomes.