school and family life

In and around school

Our ‘City School and Purple Elephant’ campuses, are conveniently located within the neighbourhood of Bangkok’s most popular international community, ‘Thong Lor and Phrom Phong’.

Easily accessible to the BTS Sky Train, and just a stone’s throw away from world-class hospitals, international supermarkets and restaurants, makes this a popular place to reside during your stay in Thailand.

There is something for everyone, whether it be state of the art shopping venues, culinary delights from around the world, or a wide assortment of indoor and outdoor activities for all ages, every member of the family is happy to call this city their home.

Within minutes you can be whisked away, and find yourself relishing in an experience of days by-gone, visiting temples and ancient ruins, but at the end of the day you are happy to be back in the neighbourhood where all the world-class amenities await you.

A lifetime experience

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A hidden gem in the middle of everything!

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in our neighourhood

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stories from ELC

Year 4 Project: Journeys of Wisdom
For their Project this year, our Year 4 children embarked on an extraordinary journey into outer space. Each journey, we believe, is a repository of knowledge and wisdom. We live in a world abundant with data and information, but wisdom is scarce, and this became an anchor point in their Project journey. Inspired by the James Webb Telescope, and talks with NASA expert, the children set about to design their very own exoplanet.

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more about this school

Programme

We offer a rich early childhood learning environment for children from 18 months to 3 years of age.

Campus & Facilities

An endearing house filled with the history and charm of old Bangkok, surrounded by a lush garden.

Approach

We respond to the curious nature of young children by providing them with rich experiences that encourage a 'sense of wonder'.