La Petite École follows the French national curriculum, guaranteeing a high standard of teaching. Our program was approved by the French Ministry of Education in 2020, allowing us to join the AEFE (Agency for French Education Abroad) partner network, a unique educational network developed across the world. Through strict and regular monitoring of our learning methods and teachers, as well as the provision of top-quality professional training, our pupils at La Petite École, Bangkok can continue their studies more easily in any of the network's schools (more than 535).

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A bilingual education

La Petite École follows the French national curriculum, alternating between instruction in French and English on a day-by-day basis, with all lessons taught on one day by a native English speaker, and all lessons taught the following day by a native French speaker, and so on. An introduction to Thai and the local culture has also been integrated into the curriculum.

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Innovative education

La Petite École offers an innovative educational program effectively tailored to children, and which places great emphasis on their well-being, in light of the teachings of neuroscience. Children are placed at the heart of the learning process, which is adapted to their individual needs. This encourages self-confidence, a key factor in academic success, through the caring nature of our staff, and by giving them freedom of choice and enough time to learn at their own pace.

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A natural setting

La Petite Ecole is located in a quiet street in the Sathorn - Yenakart district of Bangkok. It’s nestled in a tree-lined park spanning across an area of 1,500 m2 and has a swimming pool and permanent workshops: a mudplay kitchen, a musical garden, motor skills routes, etc. The inside of the building, measuring 700 m2, is divided into large spaces, each dedicated to a particular subject: Languages, Maths, Science, Art, etc.

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La Petite Ecole is committed to environmental conservation, implementing internal procedures such as selective sorting, using recycled materials and composting plant-based waste. Our teachers also educate pupils about sustainable development through various activities, including those in the botanical gardens, the vegetable garden and the carpentry workshop.

… But this also means choosing a school that caters to families from all different backgrounds.

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