In this class, children are introduced to letter sounds and mathematical concepts and numbers.
Children are encouraged to start forming letters, learn their phonetic sounds, read books, and practice beginner math skills.
The K2 children begin to read and write independently.
The children in K2 are introduced to phonics, forming letters and words, identifying numbers and simple sums.
The school day in K1 begins around 8:15am. Morning snack is 9:30am and lunch is around 11:30am. Children will have nap time at 12:00pm and have their afternoon snack around 2:00pm. Their school day finishes at 2:30pm.
In KG the topics from Nursery are extended to develop children’s knowledge of the world. They continue to build in confidence and independence allowing for more activities where the children develop their own ideas and projects. The learning takes place in a similar environment to Nursery but the children will show greater awareness of the environment around them.
The school day in K2 begins around 8:15am. Morning snack is 9:30am and lunch is around 12:00am. Children will have nap time at 12:30pm and have their afternoon snack around 2:00pm. Their school day finishes at 3:00pm.
K2 children are encouraged to start raising their own questions and exploring ways to work things out on their own.
They still use their love of play to explore different roles and they will have the opportunity to learn how to problem solve and develop firm friendships among the classroom.
The school day in K3 begins around 8:15am. Morning snack is 9:30am and lunch is around 12:00am. Afternoon snack is around 2:00pm. Their school day finishes at 3:00pm. KG3 students do not have nap time.
The curriculum is organized according to cross curricular themes. The theme titles are designed by the teachers to meet the interest levels and ability of the children; but across the school there is a balance of historical, geographical, scientific and literature based topic. Topic based teaching allows the opportunity to spend time on aspects that interests the children, thus ensuring active participation in the learning process. The core subjects are English and Literacy, Numeracy, Science and Thai.