Early Childhood Education Curriculum
The Kindergarten curriculum integrates learning through play, focusing on child centered learning and practices. Students will develop in these different areas: physical, emotional - mental, social, intellectual and creativity. They will learn directly from experiences with the support of parents and the wider school community. Our students will learn to be good members of society, be happy and respect Thailand with international mindedness.
The teaching and learning outlines:
The aims of the Early Childhood Education Curriculum
Students grow according to age, strong, happy and have good habits.
Students have good mental health, having a sense of beauty, morality, ethics and a good heart.
Students have life skills, behaving in accordance with the philosophy of a sufficiency economy, discipline and live happily with others.
Students have thinking skills, language abilities, are able to communicate and seek knowledge
Educational principles: The school has defined the following structure:
1. Movement and Rhythm Activities, this promotes the development of the body. Students can move various parts of the body freely following the music rhythm.
2. Experience Enhancement Activities - these activities allows students to learn through various activities, such as experiments, solving problems through playing games, learning from other learning sources
3. Creative Activities - students develop thinking and imagination. Freely expressing their thoughts and feeling. They will learn through various art activities such as drawing, coloring, invention, cutting, folding and molding.
4. Free Play Activities - These activities provide opportunities for students to play according to their interests. Students are free to play, making decisions of their own. There are different learning corner themes: doctor, house, story book, building blocks and science corner.
5. Outdoor Activities - These activities are aimed at developing large muscles. It is a chance for students to think for themselves and play independently in the playground and swimming area.
6. Educational Game Activities – These activities allow students to play both in the classroom and outside, in a relaxed atmosphere. Students will develop in mathematics, language, thinking, observation, comparison, matching and sorting.