About the School
Our school’s aim is to develop an enriching learning environment for all students, where all members of the school community are valued for their individuality, culture and heritage and are encouraged to develop to their full potential in a stimulating and caring educational environment.
Our founding campus on Sukhumvit Soi 20 is nestled conveniently among the high-rise apartments and residential area of the bustling central Sukhumvit area of Bangkok. The Soi 20 campus caters for children from Nursery 1 (aged 18 months) to the first year of Primary School (Year 1). The location offers convenient travel times for parents, some who are even able to walk their children to and from school.
The Soi 31 Campus on Sukhumvit Soi 31 is a quiet, leafy, residential area. The campus caters for children from Year 1 (aged 6 years) to Year 8 (aged 14 years). Also collocated 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.
Our students are drawn from more than 25 different nationalities. The multicultural nature of our student population is a special feature of our school.
Our school provides a wide range of services for all students throughout the school year.
“My daughter Jojo very much enjoyed studying in the AISB. The school environment, the attitude of teachers and supporting staff were really made Jojo a happy student in the AISB. Each single day she came home smiling and full of good stories to share. Jojo learnt speaking English incredibly fast, and I would duly credit this achievement to her Y1 and the ESL teachers. Learning English through interactive play worked incredibly well! Jojo really loves reading, she never gets bored of books. I hope she will carry on the love for books for her lifetime.
Taking this opportunity, I would like to thank Jojo’s home room teachers and teacher assistants in Y1-Y2 and all the staff of the AISB for their great support and care provided for my daughter’s learning and development.
Last, but not least, I would like to thank Mr.Greg, the Director of the AISB who is making great efforts with his team to make the school a truly exciting place!”
“It is now our final week in BKK and while there are many things and people we will miss, AISB is at the forefront of our minds as we pack up for our next adventure.
Our boys have so loved attending AISB. They have grown so much and flourished in the environment you have all worked so hard to create.
I feel like there are a number of quality academic facilities in BKK for elementary years and AISB is definitely one of them, but even beyond that is the community feel at AISB, the amazing teaching staff and the creativity that is obvious the moment you step on campus.
The boys have loved their teachers. Virginia really opened Luther’s eyes to learning and fostered his love of school, while Helen has been paramount in developing his confidence and strong Maths and Literacy abilities. And I can’t even express how much Rosie has done for Paxton (and Luther actually).
Pax loves Rosie and talks of her often. She is so amazingly creative and has really helped to bring out his love of drama and singing and role play. He has really just loved Nemie and Pi Wilal, as well. And I should mention Ms Prae for Luther. He loved taking piano with her and I know she made it fun for him even though he doesn’t seem to have yet tapped into his piano playing abilities.The boys have also really enjoyed Khun Jumnong on the school bus. I know they listen to some great music and being a bit of a worried mom, it was always comforting knowing that he was driving my boys home.
All the staff at AISB have been great. I am not sure how the men in the parking lot stand it, but they are great and always smiling in that heat. Everyone we have met at AISB have been wonderful, Every item I have brought to your attention has been taken seriously and resolved in an appropriate way. We really don’t want to leave AISB, I know that all they have learned will stay with them and they will be thinking a great deal of all of you as they embark on this next stage of life.
Thank you so much and please keep in touch.”
“ Manriya was in AISB for four years and Meerav will complete his fourth year in June. Throughout their education, I have truly loved the warmth and good vibes that permeate the environment and the positive energy is reflected in every staff member of the school in every hierarchy level.
Over the years, my kids have absorbed so much academically. But more importantly, your school has helped them grow emotionally into responsible, honest and conscientious children.
I know the staff have worked really hard to reach this level and trust me, my husband and I really appreciate it. In my opinion, there honestly isn’t another institution in Thailand that could have done a better job.
I truly and deeply appreciate everything that your team has done for my kids. Their experience in AISB has been invaluable.I pray and hope that AISB will continue it’s successful journey and may it always produce kids of an excellent calibre.”
“I am trying to think about what I like best about the Australian International School of Bangkok. I like the fact that it is so central that the children, and the parents, don’t need to spend a long time travelling. I like the small class sizes, as a teacher myself I know what a huge advantage this is for children. I like the fact that English is the first language for all the classroom teachers and that they have been employed because they share the caring, nurturing and whole child educating ethos of the school. I like the fact that it is truly an international school with a good mix of children, no one dominant group. I like the fact that it is small, the staff know all the children and the children all get to know each other and play together. I like the fact that they offer a wide variety of after school activities, including my two favourites, yoga and Mandarin. I like the fact that when you contact the school they listen and respond straight away.
Most of all I like the fact that they are encouraging students to be kind, try their best, value education and learning, listen to others, learn from life and be good citizens of the World.”
Throughout the year, many activities are organised to complement the curriculum. These involve celebration days such as 100 Days of School, International Day, Australia Day, the annual Readathon, Loy Krathong, Songkran, Mid-Year and End of Year concerts.
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