St. Andrews International School, Sukhumvit 107

Bangkok, Thailand

St. Andrews International School, Sukhumvit 107 is a world-class school focused on meeting the needs of each individual child. It is set within a vibrant and green suburban campus that is easily accessible from the city, with the school's entrance at the foot of the Bearing BTS station. Our school community is diverse, with students, parents and teachers representing over 30 different nationalities.

We provide a stimulating, child-centred learning environment for our students. The curriculum is aligned with English National Curriculum standards using the International Baccalaureate (IB) framework, standards and practises. The curriculum is organised into blocks of years called 'key stages'. Year 7 to 9 (age 11-14) students follow Key Stage 3 and Year 10 and 11 (age 14-16) students follow a two-year Key Stage 4 iGCSE course. We follow the IB Diploma in Years 12 and 13 as students prepare for University; it is broad and balanced, encouraging active participation so that children take an important role in their own education.

In the Primary School, we actively adopt an enquiry-based learning approach to better prepare students for the modern world and be properly immersed in the philosophy of the IB. The campus is warm and inviting, with an environment that is supportive and positive for successful learning. We strive to support the development of critical thinking through social and personal education, encouraging all children to become confident, responsible and ethical individuals.

The school has a team of qualified and dedicated staff and a cohesive faculty of teachers who provide a safe and challenging environment in which children can progress and develop. We want each child to be confident, happy and to develop a real love of learning, which they will carry with them throughout life.

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Ages taught

2 - 18 years
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Headteacher/Principal

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Curricula taught

National Curriculum for England and Wales, International Baccalaureate
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Results & Achievements

In 2013, 71% of students achieved IGSCEs of grades A*-C range. Of those, 25% achieved A*-A grades.