At RBIS we set high standards for our students and have created a stimulating learning environment that encourages students to question, explore, discover and grow so that they may realise their full potential. Our dedicated and professional teaching staff work hard to provide engaging and child-centred lessons in a 21st Century classroom. We encourage our students to be independent thinkers and to take responsibility for their lifelong learning process so that they may grow into mature global citizens, equipped to tackle any challenges that they may encounter in the future. The small class sizes allow teachers to work closely with each student to assess their strengths and weaknesses so that lessons can be created to accommodate the needs of all students.
We are excited to be introducing the new British National Curriculum 2014 into the Primary School as of August 2014. This is adapted to reflect the history, culture and society of Thailand so that students are able to apply their learning to their context and environment. Our highly qualified and experienced staff members come from a wide variety of teaching backgrounds and experiences, each contributing to the implementation of the curriculum in their unique and creative way.
RBIS is committed to providing a learning environment that promotes not only intellectual development, but places a great deal of importance on emotional and social development as well. Students are nurtured to develop a healthy self-respect and an awareness of their unique importance in the school and global community. We encourage our students to develop a sense of tolerance and appreciation for others from different religious, racial or cultural backgrounds to ensure a close-knit and harmonious campus.
Further information about what we offer at RBIS can be found on the website. You are also welcome to contact the school to schedule a visit to our charming campus, where you can see for yourself just why our happy and confident students find such pleasure in coming to school everyday.
Head of Primary