Academic Curriculum

Lertlah’s English Program
Best in Academics, Virtue and Mind.

1. Curriculum and Learning Management Objectives

  • Kindergarten “Students are able to read, write and calculate.”
    The school’s curriculum objectives aim for students to mature physically, emotionally, socially and intellectually. Students learn through a process that integrates life skills with their daily environment into one themed lesson per week. The learning process includes hands-on activities that students experience with their five senses while enjoying their lessons. Through this strategy, students absorb knowledge naturally instead of memorizing, and teachers are able to evaluate individual student’s development.
  • Primary and Secondary School
    “Primary students are able to think, act and solve problems.”
    “Secondary students are able to think creatively and imaginatively.” Students learn by determining questions that they want to know about and searching for answers or solving problems by themselves. They are able to use technology, such as iPad and iTunes U application, to assist them in their studies and to search for answers or information. Hence, while students are learners, they also become questioners and repliers.

    It is natural for secondary students at their age level to have their own ideology. Therefore, students are encouraged to share their ideas and opinions and to demonstrate their skills and talent in ways to enhance their studies. For instance, students organize an exhibition of their own work and arrange the entire procedure. As a result, they learn to work systematically as a team, use technology to search for information and solve problems.

2. English Program Learning Process

The school’s English Program incorporates the Thai curriculum with a curriculum from Canada. Fifty percent of our English Program curriculum is instructed by native English-speaking teachers who use a variety of teaching strategies that are interesting, exciting and enjoyable. Through the immersion learning process, students learn and use English naturally. For instance, while students learn the Thai alphabet with their Thai teachers, they also learn the English alphabet with the international teachers. There are different expected student development outcomes for each grade level as follows: