Canteen (lunch) fees are not included in the annual fee.
La Petite Ecole is immensely proud of its partnership with the French restaurant Cagette, which is located just several hundred meters from the school. Chef Cédric prepares and delivers great meals adapted to our pupils’ dietary requirements every single day.
This mandatory service cost 23,900 THB per year and can be paid every semester. This price may be adjusted in the case of allergies, or pork- or gluten-free diets.
TIMES AND CONDITIONS OF USE
Journeys take place from door to door, picking children up directly from their homes and dropping them off at the school in the morning, and vice versa in the afternoon.
Pick-up times are arranged in the morning so that children get to La Petite Ecole between 8:00am and 8:15am. Return journeys depart at two separate times: 2:45pm and 4:00pm, allowing those who wish to take part in extra-curricular activities.
You must register your child for the bus service on a yearly basis and the amount paid must be based on a quote issued beforehand by the provider. However, the bus service will only be operational if the minimum required number of children have been registered.
9 seats in the back
8 seats for children and 1 seat for the supervising member of staff
Each seat is fitted with a seatbelt
A technical inspection is performed on all vehicles as a bare minimum requirement, in accordance with applicable legislation in Thailand.
At La Petite Ecole, we provide the school supplies that children need for their schoolwork.
With environmental concerns close to our hearts, we promote the use of recyclable or recycled natural materials. To diversify the materials we use and to fully engage children in their own learning, we have decided to limit the use of paper materials as much as possible. Other solutions we have adopted mostly involve the use of objects. An example of this is in Maths, where children sort, order and add objects.
The resources for artistic and sensory activities are also provided. Art is a key component of learning at La Petite Ecole, playing a major role in both language and science activities.