RBIS Early Years - What to Expect

Every child deserves the best possible start in life and the support that enables them to fulfil their potential. We value a learning environment both inside and outside the classroom, which is carefully organised to enable children to develop and demonstrate characteristics of effective learning. We aim to foster a love of learning within a balanced curriculum adopting a modern approach, igniting an enthusiasm for learning that will stay with each child for life.

Early Years Classes

Our Early Years setting is divided into 3 classes:

Nursery and Toddler Room

Age range: 18 months to 3 years old
Teacher: Miss Kay Britanico
Teaching Assistant: Miss Noi

Dancing, singing, painting, swimming and getting very messy are part of a normal day in our Nursery class. Children at this age love to use the 5 senses to explore the world around them.

Pre-Reception Room

Age range: 3 to 4 years old
Teacher: Miss Aurora Pioquid
Teaching Assistant: Miss Noo

A wide range of activities keep our Pre-Reception students very busy, such as reading exciting stories and building small cities with blocks. They are also introduced to letters and sounds in a musical and fun way.

Reception Room

Age range: 4 to 5 years old
Teachers: Miss Lisy Ros and Miss Lewy Sanchez
Teaching Assistant: Miss Prae

In Reception, RBIS students continue they learning journey by being introduce to reading and writing through practical activities. They also continue to develop their communication, social, physical and artistic skills.

Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular activities are offered from 3:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon. Students should be encouraged to pursue extracurricular activities as they are exposed to new skills that are useful in their school life and their general development.

The extracurricular activities offered for Early Years students are:

Monday Thai language
Tuesday Football


Wednesday Basketball
Thursday Ballet



Dance club

Friday Arts and Crafts


At RBIS, we’re parents’ partners in education. We promote open communication and understanding between parents and teachers. Good parent-school partnerships are one of the best ways to support children’s learning, development and wellbeing. It’s critical to build a bridge and maintain an open door policy so that parents can understand what teachers are trying to achieve.

What we do in Early Years to involve parents:
Weekly Friday House activity

Parents are encourage to participate with the children in our House activity, which promotes sports and healthy competition.

Weekly parents reading sessions

Parents are welcome to join us and read to their child during our weekly reading sessions in the Early Years library.

Termly workshops and class visits

Workshops are an excellent way to learn how to support your child best. Parents are encourage to participate and enhance their knowledge about child development and academic learning.

Open Days