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Published On: Wed, Jul 10th, 2019

Expats in Bangkok And International Schools Near Mega Bang Na

There are a lot of things you can do as an expat in Bangkok, and you can fill up your free days with activities such that you never really have a dull moment. 

And guess what? 

The city is full of fun, exciting and adventurous things to do and places to be. So, whether you are single, or you have a family, there is sure to be something that catches your attention. 

There is a plethora of information out there on how you can maximize your fun in Bangkok as an expat with minimal responsibilities. 

But what is lacking is information for expats who have children in Bangkok. In this article, we’re going to uncover the single most important thing you should think about when deciding what kind of life your child is going to live in Bangkok.   

Elementary school kids climbing on to a school bus

The expat child

If you’re an expat in Bangkok with children, there is one factor you must consider: a school of the highest quality. 

Given your child’s international background, it is imperative that your child is exposed to an international community and is taught from an international curriculum, while receiving the necessary skills to make an impact in a global society in the future. 

The answer to that is international schools! Here are a few international schools that will make your child feel right at home:

  • NIST International School.  
  • King’s College School Bangkok.  
  • Rose Marie Academy.  
  • Bangkok Patana School.  

 

Verso International School 

One school that didn’t make the list is Verso International School, and that’s because the school is set to open in August 2020. 

But it is a school that is creating a stir in the international school scene because of its visions for a new era of education. 

This international school near Mega Bang Na not only focuses on the educational development of your child, but on all other aspects too. They have a student-centered learning approach, where the children can decide their study paths. 

At Verso, creativity, passion and talent are areas heavily focused on too, with the aim being to develop skills and mindsets that the students can use even after school is over, which will perfectly equip them for survival in the fast-paced world. They take on a personal approach with each student, ensuring that each one of them is well catered to, instead of using the ‘one method for all’ approach for them, which is only advantageous for some students. 

Verso International School understands that it caters for students from different cultural backgrounds, so they try to create an atmosphere where each student can interact with one another; much as life is about socializing with people of different backgrounds. They have partnered with various local and global organizations, universities and businesses in order to further opportunities for their students.   

Verso has a flow type of architectural design, which breaks the monotony of ordinary classroom walls. The aim is to create an environment in which the students have a sense of comfort for them. 

Verso breaks any traditional barriers the students may have, thus motivating them to dig deep inside themselves to find whatever passion and talent they may have.   

So, you can see that Verso equips your child with the right curriculum and mindset to face the world. 

Just relocated to Bangkok and are looking for an all-inclusive space for your child to learn? Enroll your child at Verso International School now!

Author: Parin H.

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