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Primary Education


    From 6 years old, students grow to learn in a more vigorous classroom, and literacy becomes more evident. At this level, logical and critical thinking develop through sciences and mathematics, thus forming a foundation for grasping abstract concepts and ideas.  At the same time, we continue to integrate music and art as an element of joy, discovery, and self-expression.



   Tonkla School follows the standard curriculum outlined by Thailand's Ministry of Education. In addition, we have developed our own lesson plans on an institutional level to offer more than 50% of the curriculum in English. With the educational standards set by the Ministry in mind, we have developed a more practical way of teaching with which we believe students can learn best.

   Through designing our own lesson plans, we are curating a unique learning process in which subject matters are interconnected. We combine subjects to simulate real life situations by connecting natural science, mathematics and social studies. This creates a multidimensional learning experience in which teachers can grasp a student’s interest. At the same time, our education offers a strong foundation of knowledge for further studies both locally and abroad.

Subjects taught in English/Chinese

Subjects taught in Thai

  • Phonics

  • Writing

  • Reading

  • Conversation

  • Music

  • Drama

  • Art

  • Physical Education (PE)

  • Chinese

  • Mathematics

  • Artistic Thai Language (Thai)

  • Science

  • Social Study

  • Scout

  • Nature

  • Health Education

  • Coding

  • Computer

Our Approach

  • Concentration Practice – Tonkla School utilizes concentration practice to encourage mindful learning.

  • Integrated Curriculum – We combine a curriculum outlined by the Ministry of Education with interconnecting topics.

  • Project Approach

  • Open Approach



Tonkla School uses an integrated evaluation process from all parties to evaluate how students develop and learn. Together with parents and other parties, we join-evaluate student development, but not only through performances based on the criteria outlined by the Ministry of Education. These evaluations are not use to rank students, but they are used to guilde the school’s efforts and learning processes.