A new secondary school has just opened at Norwich International School, a rapidly-expanding British curriculum school in Bangkok.
Norwich International School has got off to a promising start since opening its school gates in August 2014. After launching with a nursery and primary school, Norwich has opened a dedicated early years centre, a new sports centre and a secondary school at its sprawling campus in Samut Sakhon.
The school, which currently has a population of 200 students, follows the UK National Curriculum for English, maths and science. It also adopts elements of the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) in its literacy and maths programmes. All students study Chinese from kindergarten through to IGCSE level, and can elect to study German as an additional language from Year 1. As part of the school's mindfulness programme, all students and teachers take part in a daily meditation and yoga session.
Students at the new secondary school are currently working towards their IGCSEs. The school has said, though, that it is "exploring the possibilities of the IB Diploma, MYP and PYP", and there is a chance that Norwich would become a combined British and IB curriculum school.
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