Patravadi Elementary Office 032-900-163, Woodlands Campus (Summer School) 032-906311 info@thebecc.com

School Sections

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Foundation Stage

Foundation Stage 1 (FS1) (Age 2/3)

Foundation Stage 2 (FS2) (Age 3/4)

Reception (Age 4/5)
In the Foundation Stage classrooms the targets from the 2017 Early Years and Foundation Stage Document are utilized to design the programme and run the assessment for the children in this age group. The day has structured lessons in English, maths, art, music/singing and creative play. The lessons are designed to stimulate your child through organised activities, providing opportunities to explore and learn. The activities have been carefully chosen to encourage your child to want to investigate and explore, developing physical, sensory, visual and intellectual development including language acquisition and literacy skills. There is a wonderful cosy corner for reading stories where the children are read stories and look through stories with their teacher.
As the children progress through the stages of Nursery/ Early Years and then Reception, the lessons become increasingly difficult and the structure to the day becomes more rigid. All lessons are designed to accommodate for different levels of learners ensuring that all children are challenged appropriately. The teachers also use all of the spaces to setup appropriate learning activities for free flow play. Each day 5 specific activities are available for the students and they decide which they participate with.

Key Stage 1

K2 (Year 1, Age 5/6) P1 (Year 2, Age 6/7)
Throughout Key Stage 1, your child will be ready to move on to more challenging areas of work. By following our programme which is adapted to suit the needs of a multicultural mix of students and developing units towards the host country, each individual child has the opportunity to reach their full potential. There are many opportunities to encourage a desire to learn, not just with the structured lessons. The children cover topics in Literacy, Numeracy, Science, ICT, Art, Geography, History, PSHCE and PE.

The children do a minimum of 5 hours English language lessons and Maths lessons. All other subjects are also taught in English apart from the Thai lessons. There are also 5 hours of Thai lessons in the timetable each week. All other subjects are timetabled for 1 to 2 hours per week.

The children study in-depth projects relating to life experiences and will be able to openly discuss these topics in class. Throughout the year the children are continually assessed and feedback is given verbally to parents. At the end of each school term a written report is completed on your child’s overall progress, for each subject your child has undertaken.

As changes to the curriculum in England take place, the school implements relevant changes as quickly and with as little impact as possible. We update parents about these changes in newsletters and via other means of communication including the school forum.

Key Stage 2

P2 (Year 3, Age 7/8) P3 (Year 4, Age 8/9) P4 (Year 5, Age 9 – 10, P5 (Year 6, Age 10 – 11) P6 (Year 7, Age 11 – 12) (Year 8, Age 12 – 13)

The weighting of the programme remains the same but from P1 the children are registered with the EP programme allowing education visas to be processed. Each year the programme will open a new year group until the age of P6 is reached and all year groups are available.

The programme offers similar weighting in subjects to the younger year groups developing skills, strategies and concepts taught to extend the children’s learning.


We currently have a no homework policy. We encourage parents to actively research and enhance topics with their children. Children are encouraged to complete independent tasks at home. The teacher communicates each week the current objectives and topics and parents are free to support these as they best see fit.



WeAt our school we believe that parents are an integral part of the children’s education and aim to keep them involved in the school and fully aware of what is happening in school. To ensure this we communicate in the following ways:

Monday: Weekly email from Principal

Friday: Weekly email from Class Teacher

Class Dojo: 2 – 3 posts per week

WhatsApp Group: Parent Teacher Association/ school emergencies

Other communication as and when required.