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  • Soi 31 Campus | Australian International School Bangkok

    WELCOME TO AISB SUKHUMVIT SOI 31 CAMPUS Year 1 to Year 12 Soi 31 Campus: Gallery SOI 31 CAMPUS A boutique international campus within the heart of Bangkok The Soi 31 Campus on Sukhumvit Soi 31 is a quiet, leafy, residential area. The campus caters for children from Year 1 to Year 12. Also co-located in Soi 31 is the AISB Sports Centre and AISB Innovation Centre which are facilities shared by both campuses. The campuses are within minutes from each other and connected with a shuttle bus service under school supervision. ​ Interested in learning more about Australian International School of Bangkok? We invite you to keep exploring our website, and get in touch with questions about our values, academics, community and more. Join us today! Book a School Visit Contact Soi 31 Campus: About Us OUR CURRICULUM The transformative learning process at Australian International School of Bangkok is designed to help our students grow both in and out of the classroom. Each day is filled with opportunities to experience new educational and social situations to further development. Our teachers create a safe and open setting, where they can guide students in exploring the world around them. Learn More Soi 31 Campus: Academics CO-CURRICULAR PROGRAM Our curriculum is complemented by our co-curricular program where students have the opportunity to develop skills across arts, music, sports, sciences and digital technologies. Click the link below to learn more about our co-curricular activities. Learn More Soi 31 Campus: About Us SOI 31 FACILITIES AND CLASSROOMS Basketball Court Wood Workshop Soi 31 Campus: Gallery

  • Primary School | Australian International School Bangkok

    PRIMARY SCHOOL Learning and growing together through our primary years program Our school uses the Australian Curriculum as the basis for its teaching and learning which is designed to develop confident and creative individuals who will become active and informed citizens. It sets the goals for what all students should learn as they progress through their school life. Our pedagogical approach ensures intellectual rigour through active and authentic learning which develops deep understandings and prepares students for sustainable 21st century living. The core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences and Health are taught by homeroom teachers. Primary School: About Us PRIMARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM INQUIRY - BASED LEARNING Through an inquiry approach, English classrooms develop literate citizens; critical and creative thinkers ready to communicate and contribute in the contemporary world. While the Mathematics program develops numerate citizens and mathematical thinkers prepared for the demands of the future. PRIMARY CONNECTIONS ‘Primary Connections’ a program developed for Primary schools by the Australian Academy of Science is the basis of the Science teaching from Foundation to Year 6. The Humanities and Social Science program was developed locally using the Australian curriculum as its foundation. Science and Humanities lessons build deep conceptual understandings & skills through inquiry units. 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. Primary School: Activities FOUNDATION TO YEAR 3 Lower Primary Curriculum LEARNING FOCUS While Literacy and Numeracy are core to all curriculum areas, students are also introduced to Humanities and Social Science, Science and Health lessons from Foundation to Year 3. Students begin their engagement with Inquiry Based Learning though these lessons. Collaboration, creativity and critical thinking skills are a major factor as students learn together about the world around them. SPECIALIST CLASSES Specialist teachers engage with the children in many areas including Music, Visual Art, Digital and Design Technologies, Physical education and Swimming and Chess. Thai Language and Culture is taught in Foundation and Year 1. In Year 2, French, Mandarin, and German are introduced and from Year 3 student also have the option of learning Japanese. COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Families receive regular communication from the Home teacher about their child’s program and progress. You are encouraged to be active partners in your child’s educational journey. Families are encouraged to participate in a wide range of celebratory events. Primary School: Activities YEAR 4 TO YEAR 6 By the time students reach Year 4, they are usually independent readers and this brings changes in their curriculum and the way they are taught. LEARNING FOCUS All lessons taught in the early Primary years continue into Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6. Students at these higher year levels engage with the curriculum in a more sophisticated way using critical and creative thinking to collaboratively explore the world and their place in it. The contemporary nature of the curriculum offerings ensure the students are continually engaging with authentic real world learning. Sustainability, Intercultural Understanding and Global Citizenship are themes which recur throughout the Primary curriculum SPECIALIST CLASSES Students in these year levels access specialist classes for Digital Technology, Design Technology, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Health and Physical Education, Swimming and Languages. All students study Thai language and Culture and can also chose form French, Mandarin and Japanese. COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Families receive regular communication from the Home teacher about their child’s program and progress. You are encouraged to be active partners in your child’s educational journey, particularly in relation to ensuring your child attends to their homework expectations. Families are encouraged to participate in a wide range of celebratory events including regular assemblies. Primary School: Activities

  • Leadership | Australian International School Bangkok

    AISB LEADERSHIP TEAM 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 40 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. SHERIDAN MUSTO Head of Early Years As an Early Years Leader, I am deeply passionate about providing high-quality education and care for young children. I am committed to creating a safe, nurturing, and engaging learning environment, where children are encouraged to explore, create, use critical thinking, enhance their social-emotional and language skills, and become independent learners. I believe that strong partnerships with families are key to bridging home and school. Inclusivity and play-based learning drive our diverse environment, shaping a bright future for every child. HANNAH CAREW Deputy Head of Primary and Head of Teaching and Learning I am an Australian educator and leader in education, fulfilling many educational roles within the New South Wales Department of Education including: Relieving Principal, Deputy Principal, Senior Education Officer and Class Teacher. I have a Master in Leadership and Management in Education, a Graduate Certificate in International Education and a Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies specialising in Special Education. I aim to inspire students to become lifelong learners who are compassionate, kind, caring citizens. LAURA KING Head of Primary School As a school leader, I have a high commitment to creating a welcoming and inclusive learning school environment. For our younger students, I feel it is especially important that we provide them the experiences which are intentionally designed to build a strong foundation of the learner profile traits such as collaboration, perseverance, risk-taking and compassion. ​ ​ ​ ​ ANDRE DU TOIT Deputy Head of Secondary and Head of Sport I am a dedicated educator, native to South Africa, driven by an unwavering enthusiasm for the art of teaching and the process of learning. My academic journey led me to attain a Masters in Education from the University of Essex, a pursuit rooted in my aspiration to assume a transformative role in the mentorship and intellectual development of students within our Secondary School. MICHAEL BRYCE Head of Secondary School For the last 16 years I have been a high school Principal in Sydney. Originally a Geography and Economics graduate I have held many different and quite varied positions within the Department of Education in NSW across western and southwestern areas of the city. My experiences in multicultural high schools will help me at AISB. I completed my Graduate honours degree at the University of NSW and my Master of Education at the university of Western Sydney. ​ ​ ​ GARETH OPENSHAW Head of STEAM and Assistant Head of Primary I am a British educator from Bolton in the United Kingdom. My teaching career began in 2009, and I have taught in British, Thai and International schools. My time at AISB began in 2018 as a classroom teacher in Year 1. Over the years, my role evolved, and now I have stepped out of the classroom into a full-time leadership role. In addition to being the Assistant Head of Primary, I am also the Head of STEAM, working with our STEAM teachers to provide a quality, well resourced STEAM program to our students. AISB ADVISORY BOARD PAUL KENNY Executive Board Member GREG CAIRNDUFF Executive Strategic Advisor MAIDA MOSS Executive School Development Advisor GLOY TUCHINDA Marketing and Experience Designer

  • Discover AISB | AISB

    AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BANGKOK Sukhumvit Soi 20 | Sukhumvit Soi 31 Nursery to Year 12 Play Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied Visit Our Website BOOK A TOUR ​ AISB is currently open for school visits and virtual tours. Complete the enquiry form below and we'll be in touch soon. Preferred Campus Format Preferred Time 8:00 - 9.30 10:00 - 11.30 13:00 - 14.30 Other (please specify) Submit Thanks for contacting AISB. Your enquiry has been submitted. SCHOOL FEES We aim to provide a unique schooling experience without compromising on cost, quality or location. View our fees below. Soi 20 Fees Soi 31 Fees CURRICULUM Australian teaching approaches ensure students are active participants in their learning, collaborating and problem solving. Learn more about our well-balanced curriculum and Cambridge Secondary program Learn More OUR CAMPUSES SUKHUMVIT SOI 20 CAMPUS Nursery to Year 1 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: enquiries@australianisb.ac.th View Map SUKHUMVIT SOI 31 CAMPUS Year 1 to Year 12 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 Email: enquiries@australianisb.ac.th View Map RAMINTRA CAMPUS Nursery to Year 1 AISB International School Ramintra 999 Watcharapol Ramintra Road Tha-Raeng, Bangkhen Bangkok 10230 Thailand Phone / Fax: 02-509-4276 Website: www.aisbramintra.ac.th Email: aisb@aisbramintra.ac.th View Map

  • Remote Learning FAQ | Australian International School Bangkok

    AISB REMOTE LEARNING 2021: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS WHAT IS REMOTE LEARNING? Remote learning is where the student and the educator are not physically present in a traditional classroom environment. Information is relayed through technology, such as, video conferencing, small group online lessons and online activities. WILL SCHOOL BUILDINGS BE OPEN DURING REMOTE LEARNING? Both campuses are open for school visits only for new families interested to enrol. HOW WILL LESSONS BE PROVIDED AND SHARED WITH STUDENTS? Teachers will communicate and share lessons through the following channels based on year groups: Nursery to Year 3: Seesaw and Zoom Year 4 – Year 11: Google Classroom and Google Meets HOW OFTEN WILL TEACHERS CONTACT STUDENTS OR PARENTS REGARDING LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES? Teachers will communicate with the students every day following the class schedule. There will be assigned activities for the students in addition to ‘live lessons’. HOW WILL ATTENDANCE BE TAKEN? Attendance will be taken during each live session. HOW DO I CONTACT MY TEACHER FOR INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT? All teachers will share their school email addresses with students and their parents. Additionally, all teachers of students are available through integrated messaging features within the Seesaw/Google classroom applications. WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I NEED ASSISTANCE WITH THE ZOOM LINK, MEETING ID, AND PASSCODE? Please contact your student’s teacher in the first instance. You can also email helpdesk@australianisb.ac.th with your student’s name, year level and campus and our team of support personnel will respond. WILL STUDENT WORK BE GRADED? During remote learning, AISB teachers will continue to monitor student work while they support the instruction being delivered off-site. CAN I PICK UP LEARNING PACKS FROM THE SCHOOL INSTEAD OF PARTICIPATING IN THE SCHOOL’S REMOTE LEARNING PROGRAM? AISB will not be providing learning packs as an alternative to the Remote Learning program provided. Materials and books to support the provided program will be available for pick up at designated times. These times will be communicated to parents. WHERE WILL MY CHILD FIND THEIR SCHEDULE OF WORK FOR THE WEEK? Teachers will send the timetable for the week through Seesaw or Google Classroom depending on the year level. Daily schedules with meeting links will be sent through the evening before. DO STUDENTS HAVE TO FOLLOW NORMAL SCHOOL TIMES TO COMPLETE THEIR ASSIGNMENTS? No, students do not have to follow their normal schedule. They will be expected to engage in all live sessions but can complete tasks at any time. WHAT IF MY CHILD IS SICK? If your child is sick, you should notify the school by email, the Seesaw/Google classroom app, or SMS at 0992181546 (not by telephone calls). WHAT IF I NEED HELP WITH THE ASSIGNMENT/ACTIVITY PROVIDED TO MY STUDENT? Please contact the student’s teachers with questions regarding the assignment or activity. Classes will also have their Teaching Assistant available to assist students online should they need extra help. WHAT ARE THE COMPUTER AND TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS TO LEARN REMOTELY? You will need access to wifi or data, and a computer desktop, tablet, laptop, or mobile phone to learn remotely. Zoom meetings can be accessed from a mobile phone. HOW CAN MY CHILD SEEK IT SUPPORT? Please contact AISB IT Support if you require technical assistance. Email: helpdesk@australianisb.ac.th WHO WILL I CONTACT IF I AM HAVING ISSUES WITH SEESAW AND GOOGLE CLASSROOM? Please email helpdesk@australianisb.ac.th with your student’s name, year level and campus and our team of support personnel will respond. WHAT IF I HAVE A POOR INTERNET CONNECTION? AISB is unable to assist with internet connectivity issues at home – parents are advised to contact their Internet Service Provider. Remote Learning FAQ: FAQ

  • Scholarships | AISB

    SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 2021 The Australian International School Bangkok is pleased to announce a scholarship program for the Cambridge A and AS Level Program. ​ AISB will offer two scholarships to academically talented students currently in Year 10. One (1) scholarship will be awarded to a Thai National. One (1) scholarship will be awarded to a Non-Thai National. It is expected the student would benefit from, and contribute to the academic and social life of our new Secondary Campus in Sukhumvit Soi 31, Bangkok. ​ Scroll down for additional details on the scholarship award and application process. ​ Application Deadline: 1st June (Please submit your application by Midnight on 31st May) ​ ​ FAQs ABOUT OUR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 2021 The scholarship starts in August 2021. It is a two-year award, beginning in Year 11 and finishing in Year 12 (June 2022) when the student graduates. ​ For the duration of the scholarship, the scholarship award covers: 60% of the Tuition fees 100% of the Registration Fee 100% of the Exam fees 100% of the Resource Fee ​ During the two years, the scholarship student’s family will be wholly responsible for any other financial commitments, which include but are not limited to uniform costs, cost of excursions, camps and After School Activity costs. ​ Applicants must meet the following conditions: ​ Have a high level of fluency in English. Have an outstanding academic record. Demonstrate personal qualities and values consistent with those of AISB. Not currently be enrolled in AISB. Must currently be in Year 10. ​ FAQs HOW TO APPLY Please complete the required documents listed below and send all documents to the school director, Mr Brenton Hall, via email at brenton.hall@australianisb.ac.th . ​ All documents must be submitted by 1st June 2021 (Please submit your application by Midnight on 31st May) FAQs APPLICATION FORM Complete the scholarship application form and attach this to the application email. Download 500-WORD ESSAY ​ Complete a 500-word essay in English saying why you are interested in this scholarship, what benefits you feel this opportunity will give you and how you joining the program will benefit our school and its wider community. ACADEMIC RESULTS Please attach your school reports for the past 3 years as well as copies of any available exam results if available / applicable (e.g IGCSE results). PROOF OF IDENTITY Please attach a copy of the student's passport, birth certificate and a digital passport sized photo of the student. WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? Following receipt of your Scholarship Application: You will be contacted within one week of receipt of application. Shortlisted Applicants will be invited to sit an online test in Mathematics and English between June 7th and June 8th. From this test, applicants who are selected to proceed further will be invited to an interview with the Scholarship Committee between June 12th and June 16th. Scholarship winners to be announced on June 21st 2021. Scholarship winners must be available to commence studies at AISB from August 16th 2021. NEW SECONDARY SCHOOL BUILDING Our new four-story building is an excellent addition to our Sukhumvit Soi 31 school campus. It will house 13 innovative classrooms with two science labs, languages lab and co-working spaces for secondary students. ​ We are currently accepting enrolments for the next academic school year 2021/2022. Enquire Now

  • Why AISB? | Australian International School Bangkok

    WHY AISB? At the Australian International School Bangkok, opportunities for your child are endless. The combination of our well-rounded curriculum and world class facilities provide an enriching learning environment for all our students. Our central location in the heart of Bangkok makes our school a quintessential icon within our community. We invite you to continue exploring our site or download our latest school prospectus to learn more about our boutique international school. Download Our Prospectus MID-SIZED SCHOOL COMMUNITY Our parents often comment on the strong sense of community partnership. This is purposeful and is nurtured through high quality relationships at all levels between the school, the parents and the students, by and frequent communication, and regular celebrations and community events. Mid-size schools have the scale to deliver quality while still retaining the personal touch. Something we see as a critical to successful education outcomes. Learn More CURRICULUM Founded on the internationally recognised Australian Curriculum, we extensively incorporate inquiry based, real world, teaching and learning techniques that contribute to deep understanding and purposeful learning. Our educational program is continuously reviewed and evolves through the collaborative efforts of our skilled and passionate educators. Learn More CENTRALLY LOCATED From inception our vision has been a campus located downtown and close to Bangkok’s main thoroughfare, Sukhumvit Road. Both our campuses are ideally situated to serve the children of local and expatriate families living in the nearby areas. Avoiding long commutes to school means your child arrives fresh and attentive to class. Learn More HIGH QUALITY FACILITIES School facilities and equipment are high quality and constantly being reviewed against the needs of the curriculum and latest teaching techniques. We recognise the importance of physical exercise and team sports that are delivered through the dedicated AISB Sports Centre. Learn More DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION At AISB creativity, innovation and problem solving is supported through the balanced use of digital technology and a structured combination of science, technology, engineering, arts and math programs (STEAM). AISB provides a thoughtfully designed environment when the sciences, math and arts are taught to students with appropriate use of information technology. This is directly linked to our curriculum and age appropriate outcomes from the Early Years and beyond. Learn More CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES The academic curriculum is complemented by a wide variety of stimulating co-curricular programs which offer a comprehensive range of sporting, cultural, performance-based, visual arts, craft and practical programs. Our chess program is well recognised for its achievements in interschool tournaments as is the unique woodwork program. These programs are available through the Afternoon Activities and Summer School programs. AISB also offer a Summer School program with a broad range of educational, sporting and entertaining activities on offer. All classes from Kindergarten organise educational excursions that support the curriculum and a camping program from one to three days commences in Year 3. Learn More LANGUAGES PROGRAM While the language of communication in the school and playground is English, students are encouraged to develop multi-lingual skills. Thai is a compulsory curriculum subject and from Year 2 other languages are taught including French, Mandarin and Japanese, each language being taught by native speakers of these languages. Learn More MULTICULTURAL CLASSROOMS Families from over 25 different nationalities comprise our school community. This multi-cultural mix is represented in each classroom. It offers unique teaching opportunities exploring cultural diversity and is celebrated by the recognition of many national and cultural events during the year. Learn More SOCIO-EMOTIONAL PROGRAM In the Early Years setting AISB uses Kimochis program. It is designed to give children the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need to recognise and manage their emotions, demonstrate caring and concern for others, establish positive relationships, make responsible decisions, and handle challenging situations constructively. The BOUNCE BACK! Wellbeing and Resilience program teaches children the skills and attitudes to help them become more resilient by using literature as a starting point for discussions and follow-up activities Learn More Why AISB?: Activities WHAT DO PARENTS SAY ABOUT AISB? Read Our Testimonials Why AISB?: Text

  • 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 ​

  • Reopening FAQs | AISB

    AISB SAFE RETURN TO CAMPUS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Select from the categories below or use the search bar. Will we be having a staggered start when beginning On-site Learning? Yes. To ensure that all students have the opportunity to become familiar with the new systems in place to help protect our community, we will, for the first few days, be bringing in different year groups on different days to allow us to manage the procedures and effectively show them to students. The year groups will return as follows over the first 3 days back in school: Soi 20 Campus Weds 3/11: Year 1 students will return Thurs 4/11: Nursery, Kindergarten and Foundation students will return Soi 31 Campus Weds 3/11: Year 1 and Year 6 students will return Thurs 4/11: Year 2 and Year 5 students will join our Year 1 and Year 6 students on-site. Fri 5/11: Year 3 and 4 will return (all year levels will be on-site). Secondary school students will not be returning in this coming week, with further announcements to be made once a start date is confirmed. Will the students have to swipe in? All students on Soi 31 and Soi 31 Secondary will have a scan card which they will use to swipe in and out of the campus. Bag tags will be provided to attach the swipe card to younger student’s bags. Children on Soi 20 will not. How can we get the cards or bag tags? Swipe Cards and bag tags can be collected from school ahead of the re-opening of the school to the student. These are to be collected from the Clarendon window (Soi 31). We will advise when they are available. What will the classrooms look like? Students and teachers will be wearing masks in class at all times; The teachers will frequently be reminding the student about personal hygiene, especially washing their hands and the need for distancing to prevent the spread of illness. Every classroom will have a cleaning kit and hand sanitiser. Before and after all breaks students will sanitise their hands and also if they move to a different classroom for a specialist lesson. The teachers will encourage the student to clean their work surface throughout the school day. Classroom doors and, where safe to do so, class windows will be kept open for part of the day to encourage air flow through the learning spaces. Fixed seating (using a seating plan) will be provided to help trace student contact. We will keep this seating plan in all learning spaces and when eating. Can we still borrow books from the library? The library be open to those who return on-site to school. Can the student bring a bag to school? Yes. The student can bring a bag in with them. This should carry essential items only- water bottle, hat, spare face mask; along with anything needed for lessons that day, such as swimming gear. Will my child need to be Covid 19 tested before returning to school? Yes. To help minimise and monitor levels of infection, all students must be tested with an Antigen Test Kit (ATK) before returning to school. This must be once (1x) per week. We have just been notified that the nasal test or the saliva test can be used. Note: Nursery students do not need to do the ATK What is an ATK? An ATK is an Antigen Test Kit that screens people for Covid 19. It is not as effective as the RT-PCR Test and so is only a screening test, not a conclusive test. There are nasal ATKs and saliva ATKs. All ATKs must pass FDA standards and over 50 brands have been approved. They are sold in pharmacies and retail outlets. Where can I get an Antigen Test Kit (ATK)? Antigen tests are available from Boots Pharmacies and from MedPlus clinic (they are cheaper at Medplus). The school will sell ATKs for 90THB but will require parents to buy for 2 weeks at a time. We will provide an order form and bank details to transfer payment into. How do we conduct the ATK? What if I have difficulty? To enter the school premises, a nasal swab, or a saliva test as part of the ATK test, will need to be completed to help reduce the risk for our whole school community. We are unable to administer this test on your child, thus it must be done at home. Most test kits come with links to tutorial videos to help you administer the test correctly. There are also some examples of how to use these test kits on YouTube, but please check for any tutorial videos on the packs you purchase as they may differ slightly. Please note: You can use either a saliva test or a nasal test. How will I inform the school of my child’s ATK result? Take the test every Sunday and Wednesday evening – after 6.00pm. This means a parent can record their child’s test for Monday at any point after 6:00 pm on Sunday and their child’s test for Thursday at any point after 6 pm on Wednesday. NB: Tests are not be taken before 6.00 pm on a Sunday and Wednesday evening. Once you have taken the test, write your child’s name on the test strip and the date. Take a photo of the test strip. Send the photo via the Year Level ATK link, making sure you complete all questions on the link. NB: The link will always remain the same but each year level will have a different link. The latest we can accept a test result being forwarded to school is 6am on a Monday and 6am on a Thursday. Please send it on the Sunday and Wednesday evening. What if I forget to send in the ATK result for my child? Your child will not be allowed to enter school. If he/she arrives at school unaccompanied, he/she will be taken to the Isolation room until you pick him/her up. If accompanied by a parent or Home Helper your child will be asked to return home. You are asked to test your child at home. You may then send in the negative test result, inform the school via phone that you have sent the result and then may return to school that day. What if I forget to send in the TST result for my child? Your child will not be allowed to enter school. If he/she arrives at school unaccompanied, he/she will be taken to the Isolation Room (Care Room) until parents are able to confirm a Low risk TST and send in this confirmation via the Year Level Screening link. The child’s scan card will then be activated. If accompanied by a parent or Home Helper your child will be asked to return home or stay off site until the TST result can sent via the Year Level Screening link, be verified and the child’s scan card activated. How long will screening with ATKs and TST be required to access school? We will follow the screening requirements until we receive further directions from the MoPH and OPEC. Does my child have to be Covid 19 vaccinated to attend school? The Ministry of Public Health currently provides Covid 19 vaccinations to children aged 12-17. We ask children in this age range to be vaccinated, however they can attend school if not vaccinated. Do I need to fill in the Health and Travel declaration form again? Yes just prior to opening on-site all families will be asked to complete the form. What is Thai Save Thai? (TST) Thai Safe Thai is a website that allows you to log in and after completing a series of questions it assesses your risk as Normal, Low Risk, High Risk, Severe Risk. You must complete this every day. Firstly you will need to register. https://savethai.anamai.moph.go.th/main.php You register the Establishment as Australian International School Bangkok (โรงเรียน นานาชาติ ออสเตรเลีย กรุงเทพ) if your child attends Soi 31 or Soi 31 Secondary or Aucksara International School if your child attends Soi 20. You register as an Employee. Log in daily and complete the questions. You will be given an assessment level every time you complete the survey and will need to follow the directions given for that level. How will I inform the school of my child’s Thai Save Thai result? Every evening send via the Year Level Screening link. It takes you to a google form to fill out. You need to do it every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evening. Will AISB staff be tested too? All AISB staff will also be subject to the same testing routine as the students, with the tests being carried out every Sunday evening. Staff must also send test results so that we are aware of the status of everyone who enters the school buildings. What are the arrangements for Drop-off in the morning? Soi 20 Drop off at double gates – met by TA to take students directly to their class Foundation/Year 1 7.30am Nursery 8:00am Kindergarten 8:00am Soi 31 The entrance gate (turnstyle) opens at 7:15am. All Yr. 3,4,5,6 students scan in through the turn styles. All Yr. 1,2,3 students scan in via Clarendon Students go directly to their classroom. Yr.1 to Yr.3 TAs will be at the Clarendon Foyer to escort students to their room. All Yr. 4,5,6 students go directly to their room Soi 31 Secondary School Drop off at IC– students go directly to their class Students can enter via the Innovation Centre Gate from 7.15am (use scan card) They will be required to also scan into the Secondary School Campus at the next entry gate. What are the arrangements for picking my child/ren up in the afternoon? Soi 20 Nursery 1: 12noon Nursery 2: 12:10 Kindergarten: 13:00 Foundation: 13:50 Year 1: 14:00 Students will be taken to the gate in socially distanced lines and be signed out to parents. Parents wait in the tent area. Soi 31 Yr.1-3: Teachers / TAs will escort their students to the Clarendon Foyer Yr.4-5: Teachers / TAs will escort their students to the Brickendon Foyer Yr.6: Teachers / TAs will escort their students to the Entally Library NB: Montri students leave class 10 mins early Arriving parents will enter through Gate 1 and wait under cover near the Clarendon entrance. There will be TAs at a table who will sign out children when parents arrive. A TA at the table will radio to have the student brought to the parent. • The parent and child will exit through Gate 1 Please note that students who have their last lesson at the Innovation Centre will be bussed back to Soi 31 for parent pickup. Students who are not picked up by 14:20 will be escorted to the Clarendon Foyer for pick up. Soi 31 Secondary School Secondary students will either be taken to school transport to board from the Innovation Centre or Will be picked up by parents/leave alone from the Innovation Centre entrance gate. We will manage the exit from the Secondary school to the Innovation Centre gate by Year levels to limit interaction of students. Yr. 7 first, then Yr. 8, then Yr. 9, then Yrs.10,11,12 to allow classes to distance. What do I do if my child tests positive with the ATK at home? If your child tests positive with an ATK, it is important not to panic but to remain calm and then; 1) Do not come to school. Re-test with an ATK after two hours to help rule out a possible false-positive result. Should this also show a positive result, take your child for an RT-PCR at your preferred hospital or Medpark Hospital. Or 2) Immediately take your child for an RT-PCR at your preferred hospital or Medpark Hospital. Please inform the school via email if your child has a positive ATK (after the second ATK if you intend to do a second test). Then inform the school again of the result of the RT-PCR test. Soi 31 Campus: (nurse31@australianisb.ac.th) Soi 20 Campus: (nurse.soi20@aiustralianisb.ac.th) Following an RT-PCR test result, the medical staff at the hospital will guide you through the correct course of treatment. What happens if a family member or Household staff tests positive, or we have close contact with a positive case?" (a) If someone within your household tests positive for COVID, and they have had contact with your child, your child must remain at home for 14 days and be tested with an ATK on days 1, 4 and 14. You must inform the school immediately. (b) If someone in your household becomes a high-risk person (due to exposure to someone who is infected) and they have had contact with your child, your child must remain at home for 14 days. You must inform the school immediately Your child to be tested with an ATK on days 1, 4 and 14. Each time your child takes an ATK test (ie; Day 1, 4 and14) you need to photo graph the test results (make sure you put the date and child’s name on the test strip first) and send the photo and information through the Year Level ATK link. What medical facilities do you have at school to deal with a suspected case? We have created an Isolation room (Care room) where students displaying symptoms of COVID can be moved to. The student will wait here with the school nurse until their parents come to collect them. This room is thoroughly cleaned after the student is picked up. What happens if a child in school has symptoms of COVID? The student will immediately be taken to the nurse. If the symptoms could indicate a COVID infection, the nurse will take the student to the Isolation care room, take their temperature and contact their parents. Parents will come and collect their child, along with any siblings. On arrival at home, an ATK should be conducted or you can take your child to hospital for a medical opinion. Please inform the school of the result of the initial ATK and then of the RT-PCR if one is conducted. Please do so via email. Soi 31 Campus: (nurse31@australianisb.ac.th) Soi 20 Campus: (nurse.soi20@australianisb.ac.th) Negative Test Result If the test is negative, you should continue to monitor their symptoms. The parents are to provide another negative test result after two days to allow for the child’s return to school if the symptoms are gone. Positive Test Result If a test is taken and is positive, the parents need to take the child to Hospital for the RT-PCR test and work with the hospital /medical authorities on the correct treatment for their child. What happens if there’s a case in my child’s class? If a family reports a positive ATK result for their child, the parents of that child’s class would be contacted and the class will immediately be closed for 3 days to allow deep cleaning to take place, along with other spaces the child has spent time in. Should we receive confirmation that a child has tested positive after an RT-PCR test, the school will immediately inform parents of every student in that class and move the class to Remote Learning for a total of 14 days. The parents of any other student deemed low risk for infection will also be informed so they can monitor and test their children using ATK tests. How will school support my child if they test positive? If a child tests positive with an ATK, the school can advise parents on the next steps to take in terms of obtaining a RT-PCR test. If your child is well enough to attend school Remotely, we will arrange for him/her to have Remote Learning. What actions will be taken to ensure that there is no stigma from a child/family testing positive? Some students may be anxious as they return to the classroom. Teachers will be preparing materials to support the transition of students into school and these will be delivered in Health lessons. We will also cover issues such as the need for sensitive responses when a friend or someone in their family has contracted COVID 19. Are parents allowed into school? There will be restricted access to the campus for parents. Only parents with a prior appointment (and who have taken an ATK – bring to school to verify and a TST assessment) will be allowed on campus. Will I still be able to make payments at Accounts? We ask that all accounts be paid using online payments. How can I meet my child’s teacher? You will need to make an appointment to visit the class teacher onsite. You can book an appointment via the teacher’s email. You will need to bring a negative ATK result and declare a Low Risk and below TST assessment. Zoom meetings are encouraged. How can we get the cards or bag tags? Swipe cards and bag tags can be collected from school ahead of the re-opening of the school to the student. These are to be collected from the Clarendon window (soi 31). We will advise when they are available. What’s happening with lunches and snacks? Snacks will be served in the student’s classroom and will be hand held snacks such as fruit pieces and biscuits. Snacks will be individual and served to the student by the staff, not taken from a shared plate. All students can bring a lunch from home or use the school lunch service (at cost) Please be aware that we do not allow student to share food and as we are a Nut Free school, we ask you not to pack any nuts or products containing nuts. Screens will remain on the tables to help protect the student while they have their masks off to eat. Classes will be rostered into the dining room, one class at a time or will eat in their own classroom. All students must bring their own spoon and fork every day. Any other questions? If you have any other questions regarding the return to the physical school, please contact either your child’s class teacher or Sheridan Musto – Head of Nursery Laura King - Head of Primary Neil Robinson – Head of Secondary Brenton Hall – School Director My child was temporarily withdrawn from Remote Learning or we deferred their start date. How do we return to school? We have surveyed parents to get an indication of how many students will return to school. We will re-survey once we have our date to re-open, to confirm your child’s attendance on-site. Once you confirm your intention to return on-site, our Admissions Department will confirm the school place with you and your child’s start date. Detailed information will then be sent to you. Will Remote Learning continue if we choose to keep our children at home? Our preliminary survey showed that most (90%) of students will return to On-site learning. We anticipate that we will assign one teacher from each year group to temporarily continue running Remote Learning. Children who remain working from home will be allocated to this teacher, who will not necessarily be their current classroom teacher. What if I choose Remote Learning but change my mind and want to return on-site. You can choose to return to on-site learning at any time BUT we do require 3 days notice so that we can organize your entry into a class and the teachers can prepare for your child. Please inform us via email: suzete.liwanag@australianisb.ac.th - soi 20 campus jade.villanueva@australianisb.ac.th - soi 31 campus We aren’t in Thailand. How can my child keep up with work? We have a number of families who are not in the country. They will continue with Remote Learning with the same arrangements that they currently have until the end of Term 1. Will the children still do language lessons/ Thai lessons? Language lessons will take place as normal. Teachers will create fixed seating plans for each class. This way we will have a record of where children have been sitting in the case of a positive case of Covid-19. After School Thai lessons for Thai students will commence in the second week that Onsite begins again. Will music lessons still take place? Music lessons will take place as normal. Teachers and students will use face masks when singing. Will the children be swimming? For the first week back in school, the students will not be swimming. This will allow us some time to help them adjust to life back in school and the new routines. Will PE be going ahead as normal? Yes PE will continue as scheduled and students should wear their PE uniform to school when they have a PE lesson. Will there be ASA and Sports Training? Initially, we will not be conducting in school After School Activities (ASAs) or after-school Sports Training. We will start these later once we have had a chance to ensure our safety protocols can be followed by all of our outside providers. How will the School Bus Services operate? Every Monday and Thursday morning all students boarding a bus from home must show a negative ATK result before being able to board the bus. This should be a photo on a mobile phone. Parents will also need to verbally declare a Low Risk and below TST assessment every morning. A temperature check will be taken before boarding. Student will sanitise their hands before boarding. Students will have fixed seats for the journeys they take. Buses will be sanitised after every journey. Bus drivers and bus monitors will be screened with ATKs twice per week. Please note that queues for Shuttle Services may be longer due to the reduced capacity on the bus, so please allow a little extra time for your child’s journey. How can we support the Bubble and Seal on the way to school? Parents either transporting their children to school or walking with them are encouraged to go directly from home to school avoiding stops on the way and avoiding meeting friends outside of their bubble on the way. Practise safe distancing and wear masks. Does my child have to wear a uniform if attending onsite? Yes Does my child have to wear a uniform if attending Remotely? No Will the Uniform Shop be open? Yes, parents can visit the uniform shop and make a purchase on a Saturday morning from 9am to 12 noon or on a week day before school opens for on-line learning. From Monday to Friday You will need to make an appointment to visit the uniform shop. You can book an appointment via email (admin@australianisb.ac.th - Soi 20, admin31@australianisb.ac.th - Soi31). The uniform shop is open from Monday to Friday from 08.30 am to 4. 00pm. To come on-site You will need to bring a negative ATK result and declare a Low Risk and below TST assessment. 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

  • 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

  • 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

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