Norwich International School Bangkok

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Norwich International School is a progressive learning environment that challenges young minds to achieve both academic excellence and personal happiness.

Whilst focused on developing the most comprehensive of facilities, our goal will always be to foster, in our students,the wish to be tolerant, content and responsible members of society.

Norwich International School curriculum is based on the UK National Curriculum, the purpose of which was to standardise the knowledge, skills and understanding taught across the four member countries whilst allowing them to maintain their individual identities and cultures.

The goal of any school is provide a broad and balanced curriculum that children find interesting and relevant. Tothis we have used topic based learning that integrates effective teaching, assessment and learning, whilst taking into account local Thai culture and the requirements of an ever changing world requiring multi-cultural awareness and International mindedness.

Key Stage 1 continues the learning with year groups 1 and 2 where despite subjects being more traditional, learning is achieved through cross-curricular links and opportunities are created for our students to be critical and creative thinkers.

Key Stage 2 follows on with years 3, 4, 5 6 with knowledge, skills and understanding being further developed.

The curriculum is at the heart our school vision to balance raising high academic standards with educating the "Whole Child" promoting student self-esteem, emotional wellbeing and creativeness whilst developing empathy for the world around them.

Whatwe teach?

English and Mathematics In Norwich International School, Primary students follow the English National Curriculum for English and Mathematics.

We have adapted parts of the curriculum to enable teachers to share clear learning objectives and success criteria with students of all abilities.

Speaking listening skills are taught and practised through a variety of activities role play, spoken presentations, group discussion, paired work, debate, team projects and drama. The Foundation Subjects of the Primary Curriculum Ten other subjects are taught through the Curriculum.

Although we use the English National Curriculum we link many of the subjects using a comprehensive, thematic, creative approach, with a clear process of learning and with specific learning goals for every subject, for personal learning and to develop international reflection amongst our students.

Modern Foreign Languages

Specialist language teachers deliver Thai and Mandarin, following the standards of the National Curriculum for Modern Foreign Languages for Mandarin and Ministry of Education guidance for Thai.

Howwe assess learning?

We use two methods of assessment in school, for a number of purposes: Assessment for Learning Communication and language Physical development Personal, social and emotional development

NORWICH EARLY YEARS CENTER

Our Early Years students from 2-5 years old are currently housed in our Primary school however; in April 2016 Norwich will open its own purpose built and state of the art facility the Norwich Early Years Center Painstakingly designed to meet the needs of our young learners this new facility covers over 2000 SQM and includes:

Safe well designed classroom areas Internet, touch screen and interactive learning throughout

Reading and resource center

Purpose built art and craft rooms for all levels

Dance and drama studios

Separate and purpose built play areas for all early years ages

Early years pool and splash play area

Outdoor learning area and sports pitch

Construction began in June 2015 and will be complete by April 2016 ready for the opening of term three, please visit the school to tour this wonderful early years environment.

Chinese at Norwich International School

Norwich believes that the rapidly growing influence of China in our region should not be underestimated and that for the majority of young people interaction with China through business, their professions, travel, media or other cultural exchanges will form a significant part of their adult lives.

For this reason Norwich made Mandarin Chinese a non elective foreign language to be studied from Kindergarten to IGCSE by all students and that by doing so we believe we will be giving our pupils a distinct career advantage within the Asia Pacific region and beyond.

Mandarin Chinese studies begin in Kindergarten with one hour per week and are expanded to 2 hours per week by year 2. All our fully qualified language teachers are recruited from China and additionally possess the necessary English communication skills to integrate with our international community at the school.

"

Norwich International School is a progressive learning environment that challenges young minds to achieve both academic excellence and personal happiness.

Whilst focused on developing the most comprehensive of facilities, our goal will always be to foster, our students,the wish to be tolerant, content and responsible members of society.

Norwich International School curriculum is based on the UK National Curriculum, the purpose of which was to standardise the knowledge, skills and understanding taught across the four member countries whilst allowing them to maintatheir individual identities and cultures.

The goal of any school is provide a broad and balanced curriculum that children find interesting and relevant. Tothis we have used topic based learning that integrates effective teaching, assessment and learning, whilst taking into account local Thai culture and the requirements of an ever changing world requiring multi-cultural awareness and International mindedness.

Key Stage 1 continues the learning with year groups 1 and 2 where despite subjects being more traditional, learning is achieved through cross-curricular links and opportunities are created for our students to be critical and creative thinkers.

Key Stage 2 follows on with years 3, 4, 5 6 with knowledge, skills and understanding being further developed.

The curriculum is at the heart our school vision to balance raising high academic standards with educating the "Whole Child" promoting student self-esteem, emotional wellbeing and creativeness whilst developing empathy for the world around them.

Whatwe teach?

English and Mathematics In Norwich International School, Primary students follow the English National Curriculum for English and Mathematics.

We have adapted parts of the curriculum to enable teachers to share clear learning objectives and success criteria with students of all abilities.

Speaking listening skills are taught and practised through a variety of activities role play, spoken presentations, group discussion, paired work, debate, team projects and drama. The Foundation Subjects of the Primary Curriculum Ten other subjects are taught through the Curriculum.

Although we use the English National Curriculum we link many of the subjects using a comprehensive, thematic, creative approach, with a clear process of learning and with specific learning goals for every subject, for personal learning and to develop international reflection amongst our students.

Modern Foreign Languages

Specialist language teachers deliver Thai and Mandarin, following the standards of the National Curriculum for Modern Foreign Languages for Mandarand Ministry of Education guidance for Thai.

Howwe assess learning?

We use two methods of assessment school, for a number of purposes: Assessment for Learning Communication and language Physical development Personal, social and emotional development

NORWICH EARLY YEARS CENTER

Our Early Years students from 2-5 years old are currently housed our Primary school however; April 2016 Norwich will open its own purpose built and state of the art facility the Norwich Early Years Center Painstakingly designed to meet the needs of our young learners this new facility covers over 2000 SQM and includes:

Safe well designed classroom areas Internet, touch screen and interactive learning throughout

Reading and resource center

Purpose built art and craft rooms for all levels

Dance and drama studios

Separate and purpose built play areas for all early years ages

Early years pool and splash play area

Outdoor learning area and sports pitch

Construction began June 2015 and will be complete by April 2016 ready for the opening of term three, please visit the school to tour this wonderful early years environment.

Chinese at Norwich International School

Norwich believes that the rapidly growing influence of China our region should not be underestimated and that for the majority of young people interaction with China through business, their professions, travel, media or other cultural exchanges will form a significant part of their adult lives.

For this reason Norwich made MandarChinese a non elective foreign language to be studied from Kindergarten to IGCSE by all students and that by doing so we believe we will be giving our pupils a distinct career advantage withthe Asia Pacific region and beyond.

MandarChinese studies begKindergarten with one hour per week and are expanded to 2 hours per week by year 2. All our fully qualified language teachers are recruited from China and additionally possess the necessary English communication skills to integrate with our international community at the school.

Location

Samut Sakhorn, Thailand
233/131 NUSASIRI Villages Rama 2 Road, Moo 1, Bang Nam Chuet, Samut Sakhorn

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