Welcome to PPiP
PPiP is an exciting elementary school located in the heart of Bangkok. We have a unique curriculum that combines the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and the new British National Curriculum, which are both taught in English. Our focus is to provide a learning experience that promotes international mindedness; helping children to connect their learning to where they are living now as well as learning from different perspectives from around the world.

Currently at PPiP we have nursery, reception, year 1, year 2 and year 3 classes for children aged 3-8 years. We are a new school and with each academic year the school will be expanding to accommodate additional year groups. For the 2018/2019 we will be welcoming year 4 students to the school.

With our fantastic, newly refurbished building, all our classrooms are bright and stimulating with state of the art technology. Each class has a fully qualified British teacher paired with a qualified co-teacher. With our extensive staffing, it allows students to learn in small groups and receive more adult support.

Our School Vision
The creation of our school vision involved the whole school community. PPiP is a nurturing, inclusive school that provides children with the knowledge and skills to prepare them for their future in an ever changing world.
"At PPiP, we educate and support the whole child by providing opportunities for each child to find and nurture their own unique talents and abilities. We strive to offer a safe environment that promotes tolerance and respect as part of an international community. We motivate our students to be happy and confident learners. We create a culture of accomplishment within a vibrant and stimulating learning environment ensuring positive reinforcement at all levels of ability through appropriately differentiated expectations. Children strive to reach their full potential and become independent learners through an engaging and creative curriculum. Our vision is for PPiP pupils to become lifelong learners, who are able to use their own initiative to encourage themselves to grow in confidence and become positive contributors to society."
Asst.Prof.Dr Noppadon Kongsilp