St. Andrews International School, Dusit

St. Andrews International School Dusit is an international school for children aged 2 to 11 years old in Dusit, Bangkok, Thailand.[1] Dusit is one of four schools in Thailand under the schools group Cognita, along with St. Andrews International School, Sukhumvit, St. Andrews International School, Rayong, and St. Andrews International School, Sathorn.


Early Years

Students are instructed under the English National Curriculum, with a strong focus on developing English vocabulary and communication skills. Additionally, students participate in Thai and Mandarin lessons. The school's Early Years Program includes lessons in Maths, Music, Literacy and Physical Education.


Students follow the English National Curriculum and are instructed in order to provide continuity into secondary education at St. Andrews International School, Sukhumvit 107. All students participate in Thai lessons, as well as the option of third language in either French or Mandarin.

Dusit appointed Caroline Ratcliffe as their new head teacher[2] during academic year 2016-2017.

ICT Program

Dusit provides an Information and Communications Technology program as part of its curriculum. The school utilizes Promethean Smart Boards and tablet devices in each classroom.


Dusit currently holds silver level accreditation from the Education Development Trust, indicating outstanding performance in key categories, including students' personal development, administrative leadership, and inclusion to all students' academic progression.[3]


Dusit contains two swimming pools, as well as two indoor sports halls. The school has an outdoor sports field , and an ICT suite for educating students on applying technology to their learning.[4]


  1. "Year Listing". St. Andrews International School Dusit. Retrieved 18 July 2016.
  3. "What We Do". Education Development Trust. Retrieved 18 July 2016.
  4. "Welcome to St. Andrews International School Dusit". St. Andrews International School Dusit. Retrieved 18 July 2016.</

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