Based on the British Curriculum, we offer a well-balanced syllabus in each of the subjects to allow our students to acquire the skills necessary for a smooth transition to the next Key Stage. The core subjects are English, Mathematics, Science and Computer Science. While the other subjects taught are History, Geography, Art, Music, Thai, Foreign Languages, and Sports.
Our strong Creative English and Reading programmes help to ensure that each child gains complete access to the curriculum that is being offered.
Careful planning of the school year ensures that a child receives abundant opportunities to learn and grow in a complete manner. The curriculum is enriched by various practical learning experiences in the form of intramural competitions, sports competitions, club activities and field trips.
English, Math’s and Science.
Social science, ICT, Creative English and Reading English
Drawing, art and culture.
Music & Dance, Computer, Phonics, Thai Language/Culture, Water-Play, Yoga, Aerobics and Meditation, Art & Craft, Cooking, Snack Sharing, Dramatic Play, Field trips, Story Telling, Physical Education.
We provide opportunities for all children to explore and share their thoughts, ideas and feelings through a variety of art, design, technology, music, movements, dance and play activities. Children are given opportunities to paint, draw and also learn new songs, rhymes and songs.
In the three years that your child is the Early Years Foundation Stage, they will experience a rich curriculum which focuses on their needs as a unique child. Our aim at MPIS is to provide a secure and stimulating environment in which children flourish and become active learners.
To ensure and monitor the progress of the students MPIS has a comprehensive and rigorous mechanism for assessments. Formative Assessments are continuous in nature and consist of class tests, quizzes, assignments, project works, and other tools, such as behaviour, tidiness and punctuality are also considered. On top of this, Summative Assessments are held at the end of each term and are the most traditional and proven methods of assessing a child’s progress.