Y6 Researching Thailand’s Flood Resilience
Recently our Y6 children visited the Chulalongkorn University Centenary Park, the ‘amphibious’ park of Bangkok that can hold a million gallons of rainwater, and meets its designer, esteemed landscape artist, Khun Kotchakorn Voraakhom, at ELC.read more
How to support your child in their learning journey
At ELC, we believe that parents are essential partners in the teaching and learning process. Close cooperation between teachers and parents is integral to creating a positive and productive learning environment for your child.read more
Carnival of Cultures
With over 40 nationalities at ELC since its inception in 1984, our school is truly international, and last week we celebrated our wonderfully diverse cultures in our annual ‘Carnival of Cultures’.read more
The Power of Questioning
At ELC, we encourage children to question. The practice of thoughtful and considered questioning is a critical learning skill and enables children to explore their ideas, their underlying assumptions or beliefs, and serves as an inspiration to develop dialogue and debate with one another.read more
ELC Term 1 Farewell
In our final week of Term 1, we had a special guest stop by for a visit – Santa! He was met with excitement and curiosity from the children as they asked him questions about life at The North Pole.read more
Bringing our festive performances to a close this year, the Y3-6 children put on a fantastic Christmas Musical – ‘How to Train Your Reindeer’.read more
Today at ELC, we commemorate the upcoming birthday anniversary on 5th December of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great, King Rama IX.read more
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
We are delighted to be able to offer our full range of Christmas festivities once again at ELC, which our whole family community can enjoy.read more
Happy Loy Krathong!
Happy Loy Kratong!
Our Y6 children gave a beautiful Thai musical performance with the drum and khim followed by our Y3 children who elegantly performed traditional Thai dances. K1 children began the finale, the Rum Won Loy dance and Loy Krathong song, with all the children joining in the celebrations. We wish all our ELC families a joyous Loy Krathong!