How a personalised learning approach benefits students at St. Andrews Dusit

St. Andrews International School, Dusit (St. Andrews Dusit) is a small and happy school providing inclusive education services to children aged from 2 to 11 years old. Our welcoming and diverse community provides the perfect environment for young students undertaking the effective St. Andrews Dusit inclusive and personalised learning program.

We are fortunate to have a team of highly qualified teachers who make it a priority to spend time getting to know every individual student, so that they can fully understand their personalities, likes, dislikes and learning abilities. This attention and the relationships that develop between our students and teaching staff creates the special close knit community at St. Andrews Dusit, and provides a safe environment where children are comfortable to learn.

At St. Andrews Dusit we make it our mission to ensure every child in our care is confident and happy, so that they are then able to develop a real love of learning that will stay with them throughout their life.

"At Dusit, the focus is on how children learn and the way our curriculum is delivered to meet all learning styles and abilities.
Caroline Ratcliffe - Head of School, St Andrews Dusit

A personalised approach to education fits perfectly with our school ethos and enables us to focus on how our students learn and to deliver a curriculum that meets all learning styles and abilities. This educational program, based on the British National Curriculum, is interesting, balanced and varied, and includes measures for a detailed assessment of each child’s progress in every subject.

Why personalised learning benefits St Andrews Dusit students

Teachers fully understand the potential of every child in their care

Personalised learning provides important time for teachers to get to know every child and to appreciate their abilities & how to engage with them to ensure they reach their full potential.

Benefits children of every ability

No matter what abilities a student has, a personalised learning programme allows every child to engage with any subject in a comfortable way & then gain the confidence to help them learn even more!

Increases engagement

As a personalised approach to education allows each child to learn at their own pace, no one gets left behind & every student is given the chance to be engaged throughout the learning process. This greater level of involvement ensures a child is able to achieve higher levels of learning.

More information is retained

When a student is engaged and finds a subject interesting they really enjoy the class and thus retain far more information than if they were bored and distracted.

At St Andrews Dusit we are proud of the exciting, engaging and challenging curriculum we provide to enable each student to make progress at school and achieve their full potential. Students are recognised as individuals at St. Andrews and always encouraged to challenge themselves, do their best and enjoy their time within our vibrant and happy school community.

Contact St Andrews Dusit

For more information about St Andrews Dusit Early Years and Primary school and our personalised learning program please contact us today for an appointment and tour of the school campus.

Name: Nitaya Yongratanamongkol (Khun Kitty)

Title: Admissions Manager

Tel.+66 (0) 2 668 6231 EXT 101

M +66 (0) 80 630 8289

St Andrews Dusit - Guiding Statement

St. Andrews International School, Dusit offers an excellent education to children from international and local communities. Our programmes are based on the English National Curriculum. Working to meet the needs of the whole child in order for them to realise their full potential in academic, social, emotional, cultural and physical development. This is achieved through a balanced curriculum that encompasses both traditional values and modern technology. We actively encourage an emphasis on the individual, which is supported by an ethos which is caring, respectful and tolerant of differences in abilities, needs, cultures and religions.