Nurturing curiosity at ‘BEYC’
MEET TEACHER JOL
Teacher Jol is a qualified teacher from the UK with a wealth of experience teaching in Early Years classes throughout Thailand.
Reception 1 topics
- Traditional Tales
- Natural Environment
- Man Made Environment
- Favourite Stories
- Living Things
- Mini Beasts
- Fantasy and Adventure
- Keeping Healthy
At BEYC we follow the EYFS profile, however we have adapted it to our own grading system to make it easier to follow. Please see our assessment pack.
A friendly, warm school where everyone knows your child as an individual.
Thanks to the unique way in which we teach our children boast high levels in all areas of development.
Teachers are qualified in Early Years education and assistants have an average TOEIC score of 800.
Our campus is safe and secure and children are cared for in the same way that they would be at home.
We have small classes with a 4:1 Teacher : Student Ratio, meaning your child gets individual support .
The children learn current Topic with a mix of advanced technology and grass root facilities.
Due to the nature of our play based learning, we ask all parents to make sure they provide a change of clothes. We also ask parents to make sure that the children bring a toothebrush and toothepaste. Please take note of swimming days too; children will need a towel and swimming suit.
What The Parents Say
We’ve really observed Dylan’s development accelerate within just a 6 month period at BEYC. His social interaction, language skill, level of inquisitiveness of the world, logic (sometimes working against us!) all improved rapidly and he even has fun learning phonics and number games. It’s a lovely homely facility with friendly staff and small
teaching groups and a curriculum that clearly works.
Paul and Nipa Haines
From what our son, Akira, narrates us every evening, we are assured 100% that BEYC is all about “learning”. Thanks to phonics, in which the school particularly excels, Akira can read and write simple sentences. And, because of this newly found ability, he seems to absorb new information faster now, and is more eager to explore new topics such as science. Before BEYC, he was not much interested in art, but after a year in the school with a great art programme, he now begs us to buy paper and water colour. We find all the teachers very dedicated and professional, showering children with just-right amount of loving care and discipline.