ages 6 to 10 • discovery-based learning
A hands-on, experiential learning that promotes creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving, cultivating lifelong learners who approach challenges with confidence and adaptability.
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Discovery-based learning Students are encouraged to explore the world around them and make their own discoveries, a more engaging and meaningful learning experience for them
Encourages curiosity and exploration
Students are encouraged to explore and tap into their natural curiosity. They ask questions that are meaningful to them, making learning fun and effortless
Enhances critical thinking skills
By allowing students to discover and learn on their own, they are encouraged to use their critical thinking skills to solve problems and find solutions
Being much more engaging and exciting for our students compared to traditional methods of instruction, as it allows them to take an active role in their learning
Builds independence and self-confidence
Exploration means taking risks going outside their comfort zones. Students develop a sense of independence and confidence, which leads to greater success in future learning experiences
Promotes deeper understanding
Students are encouraged to make connections between what they already know and what they are learning, which can lead to a deeper understanding of the material
Fosters creativity and innovation
Encourages students to think creatively and develop innovative solutions to problems, which can be valuable skills in many areas of life
Elementary Subjects NIVA's elementary curriculum is designed to provide students with a strong academic foundation that prepares them for the challenges of secondary school. English: Reading
The foundation of all learning. Develops communication and comprehension skills that are essential for success in school and beyond
build confidence speaking in public
improve fluency and reading speed
Provides opportunities to explain ideas, be creative and express views and feelings that reflect on experiences
formulate & express thoughts coherently
develop a love for writing & storytelling
Essential problem-solving skills, logical reasoning abilities, and a foundation for future academic and career success
decimals and percentages
mathematical tools e.g. protractors
develop logical reasoning, skills
apply math to real life situation
Increases understanding of the world around us and the mechanics and reasons of how and why things work.
matter and energy
faster a sense of wonder and curiosity
learn to appreciate the world around me
Gain a better understanding of history, geography and cultures. Learn about our society and beyond
government and citizenship
empathy and understanding for others
importance of community and citizenship
Essential skills for the digital age, preparing students for future academic and career opportunities
video editing basics
internet safety & ethics
explore new technologies and tools
build confidence in using technology
Preserve their cultural heritage, develop language fluency, promote national identity, and foster a sense of pride and belonging
Thai language skills
respect and value Thai culture
build confidence for language learning
Opens up opportunities for future opportunities with China in a globalized world
tones and intonation
basic conversational skills
appreciation for cultural diversity
build confidence for language learning
Promotes physical activity, healthy habits, teamwork, and social skills, which are essential for their physical and mental development
fundamental movement skills
have fun while being active
build confidence and self-esteem
Arts & Crafts
Develops their creativity, fine motor skills and problem-solving ability. Well also fostering a love the arts and encouraging self expression.
fine motor skills
using tools and materials safely
solving design challenges
develop willingness to try new things
express emotions creatively
develop their creativity, cognitive skills and emotional intelligence, while also promoting teamwork and self-expression
improve memory and spatial skills
confidence to perform in front of others
Extra-curricular Activities (ECA) Learning doesn’t stop when the bell rings. Discover new talents and explore your interests through our diverse activity program. We have something for everyone.
Building Social Skills Club
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2. Applicant Assessment
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3. Pay School Fees
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4. Registration, Uniforms, Student Packet
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Find out more about our enrollment process here Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Choose FAQs Category: General Questions Admissions Process Nursery & Kindergarten Elementary School Secondary School General Questions Admissions Process Nursery & Kindergarten Elementary School Secondary School How should I prepare my child for the start of the year? To help prepare your child for the start of the school year, it's a good idea to: Establish a routine a few weeks before the first day of school. This can include gradually adjusting their sleep schedule, practicing self-care skills such as dressing and hygiene, and setting up a designated homework space. Talk to your child about what to expect during the school day, including routines, procedures, and any changes due to COVID-19. Attend any orientation or back-to-school events offered by the school to help your child feel more comfortable and excited for the upcoming year What can I do to help my child succeed? To help your child succeed in elementary school, establish a consistent routine encourage regular attendance communicate with your child's teacher provide a supportive home environment encourage a love for learning How often should my child read? What reading programs do you use at school?
It is recommended that elementary students read for at least 20 minutes per day outside of school. However, the frequency of reading can depend on your child's age and reading level. We have assisted apps, such as RazKids, for students to use to help them get in the habit of reading.
How can I get feedback about my child’s academics and behavior?
All teachers communicate through Google Chat for each of their classes. Parents are invited into these group chats and are able to send private messages to each teacher. This is a great way to get updates regarding your child's performance at school.
Do you have any after-school programs?
Yes, we have academic support for students who need help with their school subjects. We are also planning to include other skills-based after-school classes for students soon.