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  • After School Activities | Australian International School Bangkok

    AISB AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES (ASA) PROGRAM Every term we offer a wide range of after school activities for students across our campuses. See below for further information about ASA options this term! Foodtech.JPG woodwork3.jpg Violin2.JPG Foodtech.JPG After School Activities: Gallery AISB After School Activities Program Over the course of our academic year, students have access to many after school activities options across both campuses. These activities include: ​ Swimming Chess Tennis Private Music Lessons Can You Kick It: Soccer Program Woodwork Workshop Basketball Robotics Science Club Gymnastics Junior Master Chef Craft & Crochet ​ ...and many more ​ Parents will receive direct communications from our ASA Program Team directly before the start of each term. ​ ​ After School Activities: Text

  • Student Support Services | Australian International School Bangkok

    STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES At AISB, academic achievement is balanced by the school’s emphasis on personal growth and socio-emotional development. Students are challenged and encouraged to discover their individual interests and abilities by teachers committed to developing their students as well-rounded individuals who are confident, creative and collaborative members of the school community. Student Support Services: About Us EAL PROGRAM - ENGLISH AS AN ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE There is a full time EAL teacher on each campus. These teachers assess the language learning needs of all students for whom English is not their native language; they develop appropriate curriculum aligned programs to assist non- English speakers; they work closely with the Homeroom teachers and the families and when students reach and independent level of communication in English, they graduate from the program. ​ The Language & Literacy levels have a strong focus to begin on the development of ‘spoken-language’. As students acquire more skills, the focus shifts to the development of more ‘written-like’ language. ​ General English: 3 times a week Intensive English: 5 times a week ​ The duration of our EAL program is 45 minutes per class with a maximum of 6 students in each class. LS - LEARNING SUPPORT The learning support department was created for cases where a child may need additional support to reach their full potential. The aim of the Learning Support Department at AISB is to ensure that these student’s are provided with the appropriate environment and tools that they need to access the curriculum and continue growing in their learning. ​ Our guiding principles include: respecting confidentiality, focussing on strengths to overcome weaknesses and nurturing students as individuals. ​ The Learning Support Department functions by: Providing targeted 1-1, small group, and in-class support Creating Individual Learning Plans that outline the learning strategies and learning goals Communicating with parents, administration, teachers, and students to ensure that the learning plan is implemented and updated Supporting teachers with differentiation strategies, implementing accommodations, and providing resources Providing referrals for external assessments as needed ​ ​ ACCESS AND INCLUSION PROGRAM Our Access and Inclusion program helps students with identified learning disorders as well as students who are seen as needing extension in their academic work ​ As students progress through academic year groups, learning becomes more complex and some students may show that they need intervention and support for identified Learning Support needs. These needs can manifest in many ways, such as dyslexia, for example or other identifiable learning disorders which cause issues for the student’s learning progress. ​ The school's Access and Inclusion teacher provides help to the teachers of the student and to the student, in some cases psycho-social assessments are conducted by outside specialist services who can provide therapy in various areas of special need, such as Speech therapy and Occupational therapy. In every case, the outside providers work with the school’s Access and Inclusion teacher, the Homeroom teacher and the parents in a collaborative way. Student Support Services: Activities

  • Our Campuses | Australian International School Bangkok

    OUR CAMPUSES We believe in providing a nurturing and enriching environment for our students to learn, experiment, grow and innovate. We invite you to explore our high quality facilities and grounds across our 4 campuses. Enquire Now Book a School Visit SUKHUMVIT SOI 20 CAMPUS Nursery 1 to Year 1 Starting school for the first time is a big step for our early years students. Learn more about how we prepare our youngest students to start their learning journey at AISB. Explore SUKHUMVIT SOI 31 CAMPUS Year 1 to Year 12 The Sukhumvit Soi 31 Campus is nestled in a quiet, leafy, residential area in the heart of Bangkok. The campus caters for children from Year 1 to Year 12. Explore KOALA INTERNATIONAL KINDERGARTEN RAMINTRA CAMPUS (MANAGED BY AISB) Nursery 1 to Foundation Our Ramintra campus provides an enriching environment for all students, where all members of the school community are valued for their individuality, culture and heritage and encourage to develop to their full potential in a stimulating and caring educational environment. Mid-size schools have the scale to deliver quality while still retaining the personal touch. We see this as crucial to successful education outcomes. Contact Us Our Campuses: Activities AISB INNOVATION AND SPORTS CENTRE AISB Sports Centre and AISB Innovation Centre which are facilities shared by both campuses. AISB’s rich and future focused curriculum nurtures children’s curiosity, creativity and problem solving skills. Our Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) program is infused across all aspects of our curriculum, with formal classes at the Innovation Centre commencing at the Soi 31 Campus. Learn More Our Campuses: Our Mission CONTACT OUR SCHOOLS We can't wait to show you our school! Contact us today to book a private tour or request more information. Enquire Now Our Campuses: Activities SUKHUMVIT SOI 20 CAMPUS The Australian International School Bangkok Soi 20 162/2 Soi Sukhumvit 20 Klong Toey Bangkok 10110 Thailand Phone 1: 02-260-4575 Phone 2: 02-663-5495 – 7 Fax: 02-258-1450 Email: admin@australian-isb.com View Map SUKHUMVIT SOI 31 CAMPUS The Australian International School of Bangkok Soi 31 319 Soi Sukhumvit 31 Wattana Bangkok 10110 Thailand Phone: 02-662-2827 Mobile 1: 06-1820-6049 Mobile 2: 09-9218-1546 E-mail: admin31@australian-isb.com View Map RAMINTRA CAMPUS Koala International Kindergarten (managed by AISB) 999 Watcharapol Ramintra Road Tha-Raeng, Bangkhen Bangkok 10230 Thailand Phone / Fax: 02-509-4276 E-mail: sudarat@australian-isb.com View Map

  • Remote Learning | Australian International School Bangkok

    REMOTE LEARNING AT AISB The transition to remote learning is challenging for families. Parents/Guardians need to think differently about how to support their children; how to create structures and routines that allow their children to be successful; and how to monitor and support their children’s learning. Some students will thrive with distance learning, while it may be more challenging for others. Please read through our available materials below to help support your families through our remote learning experience. REMOTE LEARNING GUIDELINES FOR PARENTS Read More SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES (5 LANGUAGES) Read More REMOTE LEARNING APPROACH Read More COVID-19 LATEST UPDATES Read More Remote Learning: List GUIDELINES FOR AISB PARENTS The guidelines provided below are intended to help parents/guardians think about what they can do to help their children find success in a distance learning environment. 1-Well-being Always Comes First ​ The first priority for all of us is the health and wellbeing of our children (physical, mental, emotional). We believe academic learning is important, but not at the expense of our children’s welfare. ​ 2- Define a supportive physical space for learning We encourage families to establish a space/location where their children will learn most of the time. This should be a public/family space, not in a child’s bedroom. It should be a place that can be quiet at times and have a strong wireless internet signal, if possible. Above all, it should be a space where parents/guardians are present to support their children’s learning. ​ 3- Plan the Work and Work the Plan Much stress can be relieved when children have a planned routine. Students and families should develop a schedule for the day and the week to help students prioritize goals, tasks and deadlines. In the schedule, include regular times to exercise/move and periodic breaks. It is important that parents set these expectations with their children as soon as distance learning is implemented. ​ Parents are encouraged to start and finish each day with a simple check-in. In the morning, ask what is your child learning today? What are their learning targets or goals? How will they spend their time? What resources do they require? What support do they need? This brief grounding conversation matters. It allows children to process the instructions they have received from their teachers. It helps them organize themselves and set priorities. Older students may not want to have these check-ins with parents (that’s normal!), but they should nevertheless. Parents should establish these check-ins as regular parts of each day. Not all students thrive in a distance learning environment; some struggle with too much independence or lack of structure. These check-in routines need to be established early, before students fall behind or begin to struggle. ​ 4- Keep a Healthy Balance with Technology Be intentional about scheduling time for children to move, exercise, explore and rest. Build healthy limits into the daily routine. Monitor how much time your child is spending online. Distance learning does not happen solely online but mixes online, offline and blended learning opportunities so our intention is not to have children on the screen all day long. ​ 5- Stay in the Loop and keep in touch AISB teachers will keep communication with parents and students as concise as possible. Read the information they are sending. Teachers will communicate with parents through email SeeSaw and Google tools when and as necessary. The frequency and detail of these communications will be determined by children’s ages, maturity, and their degree of independence. AISB wants parents to contact their children’s teachers. However, we ask parents to remember that teachers will be communicating with many other families, and that communications should be essential, succinct, and self-aware. ​ 6- Maintain social interactions Help your children maintain contact with friends and see them in person when circumstances permit. Please also monitor your children’s social media use, especially during an extended school closure. Older students will rely more on social media to communicate with friends. Social media apps such as Instagram, WhatsApp, or Facebook are not official, school-sanctioned channels of communication. All of them have age restrictions and therefore require parental consent. Remind your children to be polite, respectful, and appropriate in their communications and to represent your family’s values in their interactions with others. ​ 7-Model being a non-anxious presence It is understandable that we all are stressed during a school closure, we know from research that when we are stressed, we cannot learn. One of the ways to help our children relax is to model a non-anxious presence for them by*: Make enjoying your child your priority Don’t fear the future Commit to your own stress management Make peace with your worst fears Adopt a non-judgmental acceptance ​ The good news is that calm is contagious, and it is one of the best ways to help our children avoid high levels of anxiety is to effectively manage our own. ​ 8—Take an active role in helping your children process and own their learning Your child will continue to engage with other students or adults through distance learning. These social interactions and opportunities for mediation include turning to a peer to exchange a thought or idea, participating in small or large group discussions, asking questions for clarification, collaborating on group projects, and countless other moments. While some of these social interactions will be re-created on virtual platforms, others will not. Human beings learn best when they have opportunities to process their learning with others. Beyond the check-ins recommended at the start and end of each day, parents should regularly circle back and engage with their children about what they are learning. However, it is important that you child owns their work; don’t complete assignments for them, even when they are struggling. ​ Reference: The Self-Driven Child: The Science and Sense of Giving Your Kids More Control Over Their Lives, Ned Johnson and William Stixru, Penguin, 2019 Remote Learning: Text SUPPORT FOR AISB FAMILIES We want to ensure that every family is supported throughout their remote learning experience. Please see below a short note translated in 5 languages which outlines the support available from AISB. Dear Parents If you or your child is having difficulty understanding any information sent to you about the school closure or difficulty understanding the teachers’ instructions or problems with the remote learning , please contact Ms. Shailly at Soi 31 [or Ms. Malini at Soi 20. Please let us know if you would like additional assistance for your child. Regards Brenton Hall Director Thai เรียน ท่านผู้ปกครอง หากทางท่านผู้ปกครองหรือนักเรียนท่านใด มีปัญหาในความเข้าใจเกี่ยวกับอีเมลของทางโรงเรียนทั้งในเรื่องการปิดของโรงเรียนหรือเกี่ยวกับข้อแนะนำในการเรียนการสอนของคุณครูประจำชั้น กรุณาติดต่อ Ms. Shailly at Soi31 and Ms.Malini at Soi20 ขอแสดงความนับถือ Korean 친애하는 부모님께 학부모 또는 자녀가 학교 폐쇄에 관한 정보를 이해하는 데 어려움이 있거나 교사의 지시 또는 원격 학습에 관련된 문제를 이해하는 데 어려움이있는 경우, Soi 31의 Ms. Shailly 또는 Soi 20의 Ms. Malini에게 문의해 주시기 바랍니다 귀댁의 자녀를 위해 추기로 도움이 필요한 경우 알려주십시오. 교장 그렉 올림 Japanese 保護者の方々へ お世話になっています。明日から始まるオンラインでの授業について、担任の先生からのメールでの説明やオンラインの授業の操作の仕方に問題がある方は、ソイ20キャンパスに通われている方はミス マリーニ、ソイ31に通われている方は、ミス シェリーにご相談ください。また、日本語でご希望の方は、私、ギルマン陽子 (Yokogilman@australian-isb.com ) がお答えしたいと思っています。どうぞよろしくお願いいたします。 お子さんのために、特別にアシストが必要な方は是非お知らせください。 尊敬的家长: 如果您或您的孩子对于学校停课期间发布的信息或者对老师的网络课程的内容有任何疑问,请联系31巷校区的Shailly女士或者20巷校区的Malini女士。 如果您有任何意见或建议也请及时联系我们。 此致 敬礼 董事长: Mandarin 尊敬的家长: 如果您或您的孩子对于学校停课期间发布的信息或者对老师的网络课程的内容有任何疑问,请联系31巷校区的Shailly女士或者20巷校区的Malini女士。 如果您有任何意见或建议也请及时联系我们。 此致 敬礼 董事长: Remote Learning: Text REMOTE LEARNING APPROACH Guidelines for Teachers during Remote Learning ​ Simplify our approach Where are we going (planning the learning experiences, assessments) Where are the students now (knowledge, skills, understandings) How can we close the gaps (teach / reteach, provide individual feedback or tiered feedback ​ Be flexible ​ Respond to student needs rather than ‘cover’ the curriculum (we are only teaching and assessing essential learning) ​ Identifying Essential Learnings Based on your remote teaching experience so far, identify what you believe you can teach (and more importantly, what students can learn) by the end of the school year. Assume that we are in distance learning through the end of the school. Focus on the essential learnings for students moving to the next grade (What has to be delivered) ​ Assessing Online – Some Considerations Evidence of learning should not only be through summative tasks. You know your students better than anyone and any assessment task. In assessing students’ learning and needs, trust your professional judgement. ​ Students demonstrate learning and needs through: Participation in video conferences Interactions, documents, audio, visual, chats, presentations, Q&A, Extra q’s, Exit q’s Keep evidence of learning habits and performance (separately) Consider using a variety of formats to ensure the validity of assessments Consider designing assessment tasks that aren’t “google-able” to increase your confidence in their validity: develop some performance templates. Video and audio recordings of students may provide more clues than written work Handwritten work that is photographed may also give teachers more confidence in its authenticity; it has the added advantage reducing screen time Consider contacting parents with the assessment instructions and explain their role in ensuring that students will complete the assessment independently Remote Learning: Text

  • Share Your Story | Australian International School Bangkok

    SHARE YOUR AISB STORY Are you a current or alumni parent at the Australian International School Bangkok? We'd love to hear more about your experiences with our school. Please share your story with us below. ​ Note: As much as we'd love to share all your experiences, we only have limited room to publish stories on our testimonials page. Campus Testimonial sharing consent: I agree to have my testimonial shared on AISB marketing channels I do not agree to share my testimonial on any AISB marketing channels Submit Your story has been submitted. Thank you for your ongoing contributions to our AISB community. AISB Stories: Testimonial Form WHAT ARE PARENTS SAYING ABOUT AISB? Read our Testimonials AISB Stories: Text

  • Return To School & ATK Test | AISB

    AISB SAFE RETURN TO CAMPUS Returning to School and ATK Testing Topics Covered: Prior to Returning to On-Site Learning ​ What Do I Need To Do Before School? ​ Antigen Test Kit (ATK) ​ Before School Prior to Returning to On-site Learning What Do I Need To Do? ​ ​ All parents and students in Year 5 and above must sign the AISB Student Agreement Return Onsite (link) ​ Parents must provide details of Vaccinations of all household members. ​ Parents and staff must keep a Places Visited & Travel Log (link) ​ ​ Parents and staff must register for the Thai Save Thai (TST) assessment (link) ​ All Soi 31 and Soi 31 Secondary students will be issued with a scan card that will be used to scan into the campuses. ​ ​ Thai Save Thai (TST): ​ Select establishment - Type in "Australian" as the key word ​ Soi 31 Students: Sign up using Australian International School Bangkok (โรงเรียน นานาชาติออสเตรเลีย กรุงเทพ) ​ Soi 20 Students: Sign up using Aucksara International School (โรงเรียน อั กษัรานานาชาติ) ​ Sign up as employee ​ Complete the TST assessment ​ What Do I Need To Do Before School? Step 1: Health Screen: Parents are asked to check their child for symptoms of illness, runny nose, cough, headache, diarrhoea. If showing any such symptoms the child is to remain at home until symptoms cease. ​ Step 2: Temperature Check: ​ Parents are asked to check children’s temperature before leaving home and to also check for any symptoms of illness. If the temperature is above 37.5 degrees Celsius do not send your child to school. ​ All students and staff entering the school will have their temperature checked using a hands-free thermo scanner at the Entry point to the school. ​ School bus drivers and bus monitors must check their temperature before beginning work. ​ Staff will record temperatures on the clipboard for monthly monitoring. ​ Students and staff who record a temperature above 37.5 degrees Celsius are not allowed to enter school. The student will be asked to return home if accompanied by their parent or Household Helper. If unaccompanied the student will be taken to the Isolation Room by the school nurse and parents will be contacted to pick up their child. The family will be advised to conduct an ATK . ​ Step 3: ATK: Antigen Test Kit (twice per week) - See next section below for more details: As the school is in the deep red zone, ATK results must be conducted and forwarded to the school twice per week ​ Parents will be required to provide an FDA approved ATK for their children. AISB will forward a list of recommended ATKs and suppliers to parents. ATKs will be made available to parents through the Uniform Shop ​ Every Sunday evening and every Wednesday evening, from 18:00 onwards, students and staff will take an Antigen Test using either a nasal or a saliva ATK. ​ Parents will write the student’s name and test date on the test strip in permanent marker and photograph it. ​ Send photo to school using the Year Level Screening Link ​ Step 4: Thai Save Thai Assessment (daily): ​ Complete the Thai Save Thai (TST) assessment every evening of the day before going to school (after 6pm) and send to school using the Year Level Screening Link. ​ This must be sent via the link no later than 6am of the day attending school but preferred the evening before. ​ Step 5: AISB Risk Assessment: ​ Low Risk: Upon receipt of both a negative ATK result and the TST assessment that is “Low Risk” or below the school will activate the student’s/staff member’s school pass (scan card for Soi 31 ) allowing the student/staff member to attend school. ​ High Risk: If the risk is assessed as High Risk and above the student; cannot enter school. must have an Antigen Test (ATK) must follow the procedures as explained in the TST Risk Assessment Flow Chart ​ Random Testing: Each week a random sample of staff and students will be ATK tested. ​ ​ ​ ​ Antigen Test Kit (ATK) Procedure: As the school is in the deep red zone, ATK results must be conducted and forwarded to the school twice per week ​ Every Sunday evening and every Wednesday evening, from 18:00 onwards, students and staff will take an Antigen Test using either a nasal or a saliva ATK. ​ Parents will write the student’s name and test date on the test strip in permanent marker and photograph it. ​ Send photo to school using the Year Level Screening Link ​ ATK Not Submitted: ​ If a student/staff member does not submit an ATK result the individual will not be allowed entry to the school. ​ If a student who does not have permission to enter the school, arrives at school he/she will be taken to the Isolation Area escorted by the school nurse. Parents will be contacted to pick up their child from school. The child will be taken from the Isolation area to meet the parent at the gate. ​ The student may return as soon as a negative ATK result is forwarded to the school. This can be the same day but the test must be done off site. Parents are to phone the school to notify that they are sending an ATK result. ​ ATK Is Positive: ​ If a child or staff member has a positive ATK result or a High Risk and above TST assessment then they must not attend school. ​ Staff and students testing positive to an ATK must have an RT-PCR test and follow the MoPH Infection plan. ​ Provision of ATKs: ​ Parents provide ATKs: Parents will be required to provide an FDA approved ATK for their children. AISB will forward a list of recommended ATKs and suppliers to parents. ​ ATKs will be made available to parents through the Uniform Shop on a fortnightly basis at cost using a pre order system. ​ Staff will be provided with ATKs on a fortnightly basis. ​ ​ ​ Before Returning Anchor 3 Explore Additional Topics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Learn More Protocols & Response Plan Learn More Hybrid Teaching Model Learn More Returning to School & ATK Testing Learn More Transport & Campus Access Learn More Links & Forms Learn More Return to Menu We're Here To Help For New Parents: enquiries@australianisb.ac.th For Current Parents: suchitra.sirinarang@australianisb.ac.th ​ Call Us Soi 20: 02-260-4575 / 02-663-5495 – 7 Soi 31: 02-662-2827 / 06-1820-6049 / 09-9218-1546

  • Home | Australian International School Bangkok

    WELCOME TO AISB Welcome to the Australian International School of Bangkok where we have been nurturing the young leaders of the future since 2002. We invite you to learn more about our boutique mid-sized international school located in the heart of Bangkok's Sukhumvit area. Book a Visit Home: Gallery Home: Text Founded in 2002, the Australian International School Bangkok is home to more than 600 students from across 40 different nationalities. We pride ourselves on our close-knit community, academic excellence, co-curricular activities, multicultural environment, world class facilities and our central location in the heart of Sukhumvit. Learn More About AISB DISCOVER OUR BOUTIQUE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL 2023 CAMBRIDGE EXAM RESULTS Celebrating our outstanding A-Level and IGCSE achievements 95% PASS RATE FOR A-LEVEL EXAMS 100% PASS RATE ACROSS IGCSE SUBJECTS: SCIENCE, ART & DESIGN, COMPUTER SCIENCE, DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY, ENGLISH, GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES & HISTORY A* RESULTS ACHIEVED IN 7 OUT OF 8 IGCSE SUBJECTS BY OUR TOP PERFORMING STUDENT Learn More OUR CAMPUSES We believe in providing a nurturing and enriching environment for our students to learn, experiment, grow and innovate. We invite you to explore our high quality facilities and grounds across our campuses. SUKHUMVIT SOI 20 CAMPUS Nursery 1 to Year 1 Explore SUKHUMVIT SOI 31 CAMPUS Primary Years 1 to 6 Explore INNOVATION & SPORTS CENTRE Beyond the classroom Explore HIGHFIELD SECONDARY BUILDING Secondary Years 7 to 12 (Part of Soi 31 campus) Explore AISB INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL RAMINTRA Nursery 1 to Foundation (Managed by AISB) Explore Home: Activities OUR CURRICULUM Our academic focus and curriculum prepare our students to be critical thinkers and problem solvers. Our learning approach blends science and creativity in the classroom with music and sporting opportunities through our co-curricular programs. Learn more about our school curriculum across each year group Learn More Home: About Us ADMISSIONS AT AISB Committed to Education The Australian International School Bangkok was founded with one purpose - to build a space for all students to grow, learn and innovate. Through a unique teaching approach and truly passionate staff, we help students develop academically and personally to the highest level. We invite you to explore our site and discover the academics and community we provide to each and every student. Get in touch with us today to schedule a tour, learn more about our admissions process or request further information about our school. Make an Enquiry Learn More Home: About Us SCHOOL FEES We aim to provide a unique schooling experience without compromising on cost, quality or location. View our fees below. 2023 / 2024 Fees YEAR GROUPS Not sure which year group your child should join? The starting year group for every new student is calculated; - based on their previous year of study if starting at the beginning of the school year or if starting during the year, the current year of study - birth date. Home: Text WHAT DO PARENTS SAY ABOUT THEIR AISB EXPERIENCE? Read Our Testimonials LATEST NEWS Stay updated with our school community, key announcements, student showcases and school achievements through our blog. Visit Our Blog Feb 3 Celebrating Three Years of Excellence in Cambridge A-Level Japanese Language Exams Jan 30 AISB Chess Without Borders 4 Tournament 2024 Dec 12, 2023 Unlocking Early Literacy: AISB Jolly Phonics Workshop on April 27, 2024 Dec 1, 2023 Kindergarten Healthy Bodies Enquiry Nov 30, 2023 Aiyara's Awesome Turtle Sculpture: A Colorful Art Adventure! Nov 29, 2023 2023 AISB Super Splash Nov 20, 2023 AISB Athletics Day Nov 20, 2023 Innovation Center Celebration 2023 Nov 17, 2023 Sports Day: Kindergarten and Foundation Students Home: Blog Feed OUR PARTNERS Great work can only come from great partnerships. Here are just a few of our amazing affiliates. Home: Activities CONTACT US Contact us today to book a private tour or request more information. Enquire Now SUKHUMVIT SOI 20 CAMPUS The Australian International School Bangkok Soi 20 162/2 Soi Sukhumvit 20 Klong Toey Bangkok 10110 Thailand Phone 1: 02-260-4575 Phone 2: 02-663-5495 – 7 Fax: 02-258-1450 Email: admin@australianisb.ac.th View Map SUKHUMVIT SOI 31 CAMPUS The Australian International School of Bangkok Soi 31 319 Soi Sukhumvit 31 Wattana Bangkok 10110 Thailand Phone: 02-662-2827 Mobile 1: 09-9218-1546 Mobile 2: 06-1820-6049 E-mail: admin31@australianisb.ac.th View Map RAMINTRA CAMPUS AISB International School Ramintra 999 Watcharapol Ramintra Road Tha-Raeng, Bangkhen Bangkok 10230 Thailand Phone / Fax: 02-509-4276 E-mail: aisb@aisbramintra.ac.th Website: www.aisbramintra.ac.th View Map Home: Activities

  • Key Links & Forms | AISB

    AISB SAFE RETURN TO CAMPUS Key Links and Forms Links and Forms Thai Save Thai - Link to Site ​ Select establishment - Type in "Australian" as the key word ​ Soi 31 Students: Sign up using Australian International School Bangkok (โรงเรียน นานาชาติออสเตรเลีย กรุงเทพ) ​ Soi 20 Students: Sign up using Aucksara International School (โรงเรียนอักษัรานานาชาติ) ​ Sign up as employee ​ Complete the TST assessment ​ ​ AISB Return to School Agreement - Download ​ AISB Travel & Place Visited Log - Download ​ Explore Additional Topics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Learn More Protocols & Response Plan Learn More Hybrid Teaching Model Learn More Returning to School & ATK Testing Learn More Transport & Campus Access Learn More Links & Forms Learn More Return to Menu We're Here To Help For New Parents: enquiries@australianisb.ac.th For Current Parents: suchitra.sirinarang@australianisb.ac.th ​ Call Us Soi 20: 02-260-4575 / 02-663-5495 – 7 Soi 31: 02-662-2827 / 06-1820-6049 / 09-9218-1546

  • Innovation & Sports Centre | Australian International School Bangkok

    WELCOME TO AISB INNOVATION & SPORTS CENTRE AISB Sports Centre and AISB Innovation Centre which are facilities shared by both campuses. AISB’s rich and future focused curriculum nurtures children’s curiosity, creativity and problem solving skills. Our Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) program is infused across all aspects of our curriculum, with formal classes at the Innovation Centre commencing at the Soi 31 Campus. Innovation Centre Website IMG_0038.jpg IMG_0025.jpg IMG_4619.jpg IMG_0038.jpg Innovation & Sports Centre: Gallery STEAM PROGRAM AISB’s rich and future focused curriculum nurtures children’s curiosity, creativity and problem solving skills. Our Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) program is infused across all aspects of our curriculum, with formal classes at the Innovation Centre commencing at the Soi 31 Campus. Learn More Innovation & Sports Centre: About Us INNOVATION & SPORTS CENTRE FACILITIES Our new Innovation Centre provides the facilities to make our vision for STEAM and Innovation come to life. It is equipped with excellent specialist resources to foster your child’s creativity and curiosity SPORTS FIELD SWIMMING POOL INNOVATION HUB DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND ROBOTICS LABORATORY MUSIC AND MOVEMENT CENTRE MULTIMEDIA CENTRE VISUAL ART AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY STUDIO FOOD TECHNOLOGY KITCHEN AND DINING SPACE SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS LABORATORY AND MAKERSPACE (THE FAB LAB) Innovation & Sports Centre: Activities SPORTS CLUBS AND ACADEMIES Students have the opportunity to participate in AISB's swimming squads and football academy at our Sports Centre. Click on the link to learn more about our sports clubs and academies Learn More Innovation & Sports Centre: Activities

  • Secondary School | Australian International School Bangkok

    Secondary School: Image SECONDARY SCHOOL Secondary School is a time of great growth and students require understanding, care and support to navigate what can be a time of change and transition in their life. Our staff, in partnership with parents, create a stable and nurturing environment where our students feel free to explore, question and analyse the world in which they live; and where they are encouraged to reach their full potential academically, socially and emotionally develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills they require to play a full and active role as global citizens. Secondary School: About Us Secondary School: About Us NEW SECONDARY SCHOOL BUILDING Our new four-story building is an excellent addition to our Sukhumvit Soi 31 school campus. The Highfield building houses 11 innovative classrooms, which includes; 3 specialist international Science Laboratories (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) and Science Prep Room, a Learning Hub (Library and multi-functional learning space), Large Hall/Indoor Activities Space, Art and Design Studio, Modern Cafe, Nurses Room, Exams Office, Student Councillor’s Room, Admin and Head of School Offices and Co-Working Spaces for secondary students. There is also a full-size Basketball Court, and easy access for students to the AISB Sports and Innovation centres. Enquire Now OUR APPROACH TO SECONDARY EDUCATION Developing 21st Century Skills Our central aim is to prepare students for the challenges of the 21st Century by developing self-discipline and respect for themselves and others. ​ At AISB, we believe that every child is unique; creative, competent and rich in potential. Our innovative and dynamic learning experiences cater for individual differences and promote a love of learning in every child. We are committed to guiding and supporting students through challenging academic programs that develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills they require to play a full and active role as global citizens. POSITIVE EDUCATION Positive education is an integral component of our daily timetable at AISB and enables age-specific issues to be discussed in depth on a regular basis. Bullying, Resilience, Goal Setting, Cyber Safety and Positive Psychology are examples of concepts covered during positive education sessions. Further, through our scope and sequenced ‘positive education curriculum’, a range of academic skills that support students’ academic success will be implicitly and explicitly fostered. Our well-trained teachers play a significant role in leading our sessions; providing guidance and direction via daily contact with students. Secondary School: About Us SECONDARY CURRICULUM Our Secondary school students strive for academic excellence and follow a carefully prepared holistic academic pathway. In Years 7 and 8 students follow the Australian curriculum, with aspects of the Cambridge Lower Secondary curriculum embedded that covers concepts needed as a lead into the IGCSE at Year 9, while bridging the Australian curriculum taught in the Primary years. Students explore a wide ranging holistic programme including a variety of core and specialist subjects, giving students a solid foundation to build upon in the Upper Secondary years. Students develop a skills in; creativity, critical thinking, enquiry, innovative and problem solving that have been introduced in the Primary years. ​ In Year 9, the students embark on the Cambridge ‘International General Certificate of Secondary Education’ (IGCSE). The Cambridge IGCSE programme is a two year course of study, culminating with external examinations in Year 10. Students will study the core subjects of; Mathematics, Sciences, English and Physical Education with Health, along with a selection of individually chosen specialist elective subjects, which caters for the students’ interests and future career pathways. The Cambridge IGCSE programme provides students with the perfect springboard and academic grounding for their progression on to the world renowned Cambridge International A level programme in Years 12 and 13. This is a further 2 year in-depth course of study, where students carefully select a set of 4 to 5 subjects which cater for their desired potential undergraduate studies and future career. The programme is split into 2 years, AS Level (Year 1) and A Level (Year 2) often called A2 Level. Secondary School: About Us SECONDARY CURRICULUM Explore our secondary curriculum and learning outcomes across different year groups below Learn more about IGCSE YEAR 7 & 8 Australian Curriculum ​ The Australian Curriculum is designed to help all students to become successful learners, confident and creative individuals, and active and informed global citizens. In Year 7 and 8, The Australian Curriculum will be taught in subject areas other than English, Mathematics and Science. Subjects include Design Technology, Music, Art, Health and Physical Education. ​ Cambridge Lower Secondary Cambridge Lower Secondary develops skills in English, Mathematics and Science. It is designed to help schools deliver a broad and balanced curriculum that suits their context, culture and ethos. Students undergo Checkpoint exams at the end of study. YEAR 9 & 10 Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) ​ The IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for students aged 14 to 16. IGCSE is an international passport to progression and success. It is recognised by leading universities and employers worldwide as evidence of academic ability. Students study English, Mathematics, Coordinated Science, History, Computer Science, Art and Design, Music, Design Technology, Thai, a Modern Foreign Language (French, Japanese or Mandarin) and Physical Education. Students undergo exams at the end of the second year of study. ​ Link to IGCSE FAQs ​ YEAR 11 & 12 Cambridge International Advanced Subsidiary Levels (AS Levels) and Cambridge International Advanced Levels (A Levels) ​ Thousands of learners worldwide gain places at leading universities every year with Cambridge International AS & A Levels. The syllabuses are international in outlook but retain local relevance and develop a deep understanding of subjects and independent thinking skills. Students have an opportunity to choose subjects they enjoy and have the opportunity to specialise in more depth than at IGCSE. There are no compulsory subjects and students are free to specialize or study a range of subjects. Many students will also complete an Extended Research Project which allows them to develop research skills and explore a topic of interest in depth. AISB will enrol its first students in this course in August 2020. UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION COURSE A Unique Opportunity to Prepare for University At AISB, we will be offering a Year 13 for those students who need additional time to complete their A Levels. We will also offer University preparation courses. To satisfy the English proficiency requirements of universities in English speaking countries, students also take IELTS and SAT courses. Negotiations are underway with Macquarie University International College to present a standard or intensive foundation course. Secondary School: Activities EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES OUTDOOR EDUCATION AND SERVICE LEARNING Through carefully structured and sequential outdoor education programs, Secondary School students will develop a greater understanding of leadership and fellowship and embrace various challenges in a supportive team setting. They will acquire the key traits of empathy and compassion, and develop a greater appreciation and closer relationship with the outdoor environment, as well as developing an understanding of other cultures and their place within a global community. AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES After School activities are an important part of the education here at AISB. Our students are encouraged to participate in a program of sporting, social and cultural activities that stimulate and nurture the intellectual, creative and personal talents of each individual student. HEALTH AND WELLBEING Through a comprehensive Health program, students develop health literacy to ensure they have the knowledge and understanding required to make informed choices about the health and safety of themselves and others. Emotional health and well-being and protective behaviours are developed through the explicit teaching of social skills, resilience and optimism and monthly focused assemblies. Secondary School: Activities

  • About Us | Australian International School Bangkok

    OUR MISSION We aim to provide a supportive, child-centred learning environment, where children of all nationalities discover the joy of learning, and obtain a firm foundation for fulfilment and success in their future endeavours. About Us: Academics OUR MID-SIZED SCHOOL COMMUNITY As a mid-sized school, having a close-knit community is at the core of everything we do at AISB. We believe that the community thrives through strong relationships and collaboration between students, parents, teachers and staff. This sense of community and belonging is something our parents regularly highlight as a key benefit of being part of the AISB family. Knowing your child is welcomed by name, that they are taught as individuals and not as a child in a sea of other children. This is an environment where confidence and self-worth can be nurtured and grown to last a lifetime. Download Our Prospectus About Us: Academics BRENTON HALL School Director On behalf of the community of the Australian International School of Bangkok, I welcome you to our school website. Our school community of staff, students and families come from many different parts of the world. In any one year the student population will have students from more than 25 nationalities. The happy, purposeful, learning atmosphere of the school is generated by the work of dedicated, professionally qualified teachers, supported by a team of Teacher Assistants, nannies, administration and ancillary staff, all united in the cause of helping our students to achieve their personal best in all areas of learning. Learn More About Our School Leadership About Us: Staff WHAT DO PARENTS SAY ABOUT AISB? Read Our Testimonials About Us: Text LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SCHOOL About Us: Activities WHY AISB? Learn More OUR CAMPUSES Learn More CURRICULUM Learn More ADMISSIONS AND SCHOOL FEES Learn More STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES Helping each student reach their full potential At AISB, academic achievement is balanced by the school’s emphasis on personal growth and socio-emotional development. Students are challenged and encouraged to discover their individual interests and abilities by teachers committed to developing their students as well-rounded individuals who are confident, creative and collaborative members of the school community. Learn More About Us: Text SCHOOL SERVICES Our school provides a wide range of services for all students throughout the school year. MEALS Students’ attention and learning capacity are at their peak with regular food and sleep, while we can’t help with sleep habits, we do take your child’s nutrition seriously. Both campuses have commercial kitchens with dedicated chefs and support staff. Nutritious snacks and lunches are available for students every day. While we do strive to cater for some unique requirements, students with special dietary needs, other than vegetarian diets, are required to supply their own lunch. All meal times are considered learning opportunities; teachers and support staff supervise all meals. The School has a nut free policy on both campuses. TRANSPORT The school operates a daily bus service for children living in the vicinity. We also operate a shuttle transport service between the campuses in Soi 20 & Soi 31. Further information on routes and costs can be obtained from the office. SUN SMART SCHOOL AISB subscribes to a sun smart policy to protect children from harmful sun radiation. All children are required to wear a sun hat during outdoor play. Broad-rimed sun hats can be purchased from the office. SUMMER SCHOOL & EXCURSIONS In 2015 AISB introduced a school camping program for the Year 5 group. It has expanded each year and we now offer camps to Year 3, 4, 5, 6 and Secondary School students as well as excursions to Bangkok and surrounding areas. ​ The camping program gives students opportunities to develop independence and team-work while working on topics related to their current curriculum in a real world context. ​ We also conduct a Summer School program in June and July every year. Please note that camps and excursions are currently suspended due to Covid restrictions. ​ Our Summer School will continue. HOUSE SYSTEM A house system provides opportunities for students to meet in cross grade groups to foster school tradition and school spirit and a sense of teamwork through various whole school activities such as sports events, celebrations, community service and other activities. The six Houses at AISB are named after Australian flora: Acacia Grevillea Telopea Eucalyptus Wollemi Correa STUDENT MANAGEMENT Student management at AISB is based on the principle that the school provides a safe and stimulating learning environment for all students. In managing students in the classroom and outside the classroom, teachers use a range of teaching strategies to help students to: Understand they have rights and responsibilities Understand that there is a set of rules they must follow Understand the rules and routines of classrooms and outside play areas Develop respect for each other and the adults working in the school community About Us: Activities OUR PARTNERS Great work can only come from great partnerships. Here are just a few of our amazing affiliates. About Us: Activities CONTACT OUR SCHOOLS We can't wait to show you our school! Contact us today to book a private tour or request more information. Enquire Now SUKHUMVIT SOI 20 CAMPUS The Australian International School Bangkok - Soi 20 162/2 Soi Sukhumvit 20 Klong Toey Bangkok 10110 Thailand Phone 1: 02-260-4575 Phone 2: 02-663-5495 – 7 Fax: 02-258-1450 Email: admin@australianisb.ac.th View Map SUKHUMVIT SOI 31 CAMPUS The Australian International School of Bangkok - Soi 31 319 Soi Sukhumvit 31 Wattana Bangkok 10110 Thailand Phone: 02-662-2827 Mobile 1: 06-1820-6049 Mobile 2: 09-9218-1546 E-mail: admin31@australianisb.ac.th View Map RAMINTRA CAMPUS AISB International School Ramintra 999 Watcharapol Ramintra Road Tha-Raeng, Bangkhen Bangkok 10230 Thailand Phone / Fax: 02-509-4276 E-mail: aisb@aisbramintra.ac.th Website: www.aisbramintra.ac.th View Map About Us: Activities

  • Privacy Policy | AISB

    Privacy Policy AISB Website Privacy Policy Last updated: 8 June 2022 ​ This website is operated by Australian International School Bangkok (AISB). This privacy policy sets out how Australian International School Bangkok uses and protects any information you provide us when using our website. Please read the following details carefully for details about how your information is collected and used. Australian International School Bangkok is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Any information disclosed to us through this website will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement. 1. Types of Personal Information: We may collect, use, store and transfer different kinds of personal information about you including: Contact Information: Your information will be collected when submit forms or sign up to events on our website. Usage Data : Information about how you use and navigate our website is collected to optimise website performance 2. Use of information: Australian International School Bangkok will use your information provided for the purposes disclosed to you at the time the information is collected including: responding to your enquiry scheduling a school visit determining the appropriate year level for the student informing future marketing decisions We will not provide your details to any third parties without your consent. Information submitted through this website may be accessed by authorised Australian International School Bangkok employees outside Thailand. 3. External service providers Australian International School Bangkok engages with external service providers who may occasionally handle personal information from this website. These providers must comply with our data privacy policy guidelines as part of the contractual agreement. ​ 4. Cookies This website uses session and persistent cookies to store information from submitted forms and target relevant advertisement. Click here for more information. ​ Cookies are small pieces of data stored on your browser. They are typically used to keep track of the settings you have selected and actions they have been taken on a site. ​ This website uses cookies for important reasons, such as: To provide a great experience when browsing our site To identify members who have registered for the website blog To monitor and analyse the performance, operation and effectiveness of the website To ensure our website is secure and safe to use. ​ The following links explain how to access cookie settings in various browsers: Cookie settings in Firefox Cookie settings in Internet Explorer Cookie settings in Google Chrome Cookie settings in Safari (OS X) Cookie settings in Safari (iOS) Cookie settings in Android ​ 5. Your rights You may withdraw your consent for us to access your personal information at any time. If you wish for your details to be erased, please contact us at enquiries@australianisb.ac.th ​

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