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1. What is alternative education?

Alternative education is loosely defined as non-conventional education, encompassing multiple approaches.

There are different approaches such as Montessori, Waldorf, Neo-humanist and, in Thailand,... readmore >

2. What curriculum is Tonkla School using?

Tonkla School builds on the academic curriculum outlined by Thailand’s Ministry of Education while

conducting at least 50% of classroom activities in English. Therefore at each grade level ... readmore >

3. What is English language program at Tonkla School like?

Tonkla School’s goal is for our student to be proficient in English at a level comparable to international

school students. Our curriculum integrates English language into at least 50% of all activities... readmore >

4. After completing Tonkla’s education, how does a student transition to a traditional education school?

Tonkla School follows an academic curriculum outlined by Thailand’s Ministry of Education while

conducting at least 50% of classroom activities in English.  Since the curriculum is ... readmore >

5. How does Tonkla School view conventional education?

Tonkla School understands that the growth of a child is a complicated process. We reject the

traditional approach that simplifies education into memorization. In traditional public ... readmore >

6. Why does Tonkla School focus on playing?

Tonkla School believes that playing is a way to explore, engage and grow children or adult interest. 

Fred Roger, an American educator, remarked “Play" is often talked about as if it were ... readmore >

7. What’s the student to teacher ratio?

Pre-Kindergarten 15:2, Kindergarten 25:2 ​... readmore >