Tara Pattana International School is a popular school with expats living in eastern Pattaya and looking for a British education.
Tara Pattana International School is one of the region’s youngest schools, and also one of its most popular. Founded in 2010, this all-through British school has seen major changes and improvements over the past few years, including new facilities and the opening of a secondary school.
Located in East Pattaya, the school makes a great first impression with an attractive campus that’s well-equipped with purpose-built buildings and first-rate facilities, including an art and design block, music room, science labs, basketball courts, cricket nets, and a 50m swimming pool.
It’s a small school of just over 100 students, the majority being expats. Class sizes range from 15 in early years, 18 in primary, and 23 in secondary.
Living up to its motto of offering a “British education with a global perspective”, TPIS follows the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and National Curriculum for England “as it would be taught at any top independent school in the UK” – but adapted for an international setting. The school has only recently rolled out Years 10 – 11 and started teaching IGCSEs. As well as teaching Thai, the school offers lessons in Mandarin and Russian.
The school has a sister campus, Phoenix Wittaya School, which is a kindergarten and primary school.
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