The early years are the building blocks of a child’s development. Find out how Noddy by Elizabeth supports early childhood development.
As parents, we all want the best for our children, especially when it comes to their education. The quality of early years schooling lays the foundation for a child’s future development and prospects. For expat parents settling in a new city like Bangkok in Thailand, the task of finding a suitable international nursery that upholds high standards can be both daunting and crucial.
Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand, and like all capital cities, it has the greatest concentration of foreign industries, NGOs, embassies and diplomatic missions. The people who staff these organisations come from all over the world and have different beliefs, religions, and cultures. Being based far from home, these expats naturally bring their families with them and set up a new home in Bangkok.
When choosing an international pre-school, the fees are just one of the many factors that parents consider. Aside from the school’s tuition fees, its teaching staff, facilities, and curriculum are often among the deciding factors as well. After all, parents recognise that they are investing in their child’s future. Learn About Our International Pre-School During[…]
The global pandemic has had a lasting effect on both adults and children. While adults were better equipped to cope with the stress and isolation of the worldwide catastrophe, young children are far more vulnerable, with many unable to fully grasp why they couldn’t attend school to spend time with their friends. The impact on[…]
Class size is important to consider when planning an early years education for your child. Research has consistently shown that a smaller class size helps children engage better with learning materials and develop a more robust foundation of academic and social skills.
This page provides information on the school’s calendar for the entire academic year including: 1st day of the term, Half term breaks, last day of the term and public holidays that school is closed.
As parents, we want our children to be happy and successful at school, and kindergarten is the first step of that process. It’s a significant milestone in a child’s life, so it’s natural for parents to feel anxious about making sure your child is ready for the transition.
As part of your child’s early years education at Noddy by Elizabeth, we feel it’s important to develop their sense of compassion and charity. What time could be more fitting than the holidays to teach this vital lesson about the joys of giving?