International Education

St Andrew's International School Bangkok

St Andrew's International School Rayong opened in 1996 and is situated in in the Green Valley Golf Course on the eastern seaboard of Thailand about 150 km from Bangkok. The school, one of a group of four schools in Thailand, is a co-educational day and boarding school for students from 2-14 years. The school is a member of ISAT, FOBISSEA and is an Associate Member of ECIS. The St Andrews International School Rayong follows the English National Curriculum. The student body is divided into the relevant Key Stages and students sit the QCA standardised assessment tests at the end of each key stage. Other curricular features include links with host country communities and school wide environmental projects and initiatives. As part of the school's all-round educational policy, extensive after-school activities such as golf, horse-riding, mountain biking, tennis, baseball, ballet, art club, football and touch-rugby are offered. In addition, there is an equestrian centre, tennis courts, basketball courts, soccer pitch, swimming pool and specialised facilities for subjects such as computers, music, languages and science. The boarding ethos is that of a comfortable, family environment and is situated in a brand-new facility. The weekly boarders enjoy an extensive extra-curricular activities programme. All teaching staff at St Andrews International School Rayong have recognized teaching qualifications and most have overseas experience. The student body represents 20 different nationalities, many of whom are long-term residents in the area, with 40% from Asia. Admission depends on tests and previous school records. There is an EAL programme running to support the children who experience difficulties with English. The St Andrews International School Rayong year runs from early September to early July. Daily hours are 08: 30 to 14: 30.
School Summary:
UK, curricula.
140 students, 2-12 yrs.
9 Predee Panumyong, Sukhumvit Soi 71, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
Tel: (+66) 2 381 2387-8, 390 1780
Fax: (+66) 2 391 5227