We aim to be one of the best academic schools Thailand has to offer, maintaining the standards we have set since our inception in 2011.
At Panyaden International School, we offer students the opportunity to complete their education from Early Years right through to High School graduation.
Middle School (Years 7-9)
At Panyaden, one of the main goals of the middle school programme is to provide students with an environment that supports the rapid intellectual and personal changes happening in their lives. Middle school students move through the rapid changes that are part and parcel of their age, including the progression from the self-contained learning environment to the potentially daunting transition to high school (Years 10-13).
Our curriculum, The International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC), not only provides a bridge from the International Primary Curriculum (IPC), but also prepares our students for the demands of analysis and synthesis that are inherent in typical high school tasks. In addition, the IMYC programme reinforces our school’s mission to develop resilient, thoughtful and caring individuals through a practical, values-based education that makes them competent global citizens.
Panyaden’s middle school programme emphasises intercultural awareness and communication, and is committed to giving students the academic and personal tools they need to be successful at the secondary level. The school offers students a safe and supportive community for their creative exploration, out-of-the-box thinking and problem-solving. Individualism and self-discovery, the respect of all cultures and the betterment of the school and local community, are all key factors in the school’s ethos.
Middle School students will:
- Have an appreciation for and value teamwork and effective communication
- Be provided small-group and individualised instruction to accommodate their unique needs
- Further develop their intrinsic motivation as well as essential academic, interpersonal and intrapersonal skills
- Explore their sense of self and place in the world, developing their international mindedness; and deepen their understanding and extend their learning beyond the classroom by linking their learning to broader concepts