school and family life

In and around school

The Purple Elephant Samakee is located in Nonthaburi, North of Bangkok, just a stone’s throw away from the expatriate residence of Nichada Thani. A gated community offering a safe, and tranquil life away from the hustle and bustle of city life, a quiet place to call home when residing in Thailand.

Easily accessible to the BTS Sky Train, one can find themselves within minutes i one of the most interesting metropolises of the world, where world-class hospitals, international supermarkets, and restaurants awaits you. Here 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 can find something of interest on their day’s outing to the city.

Within minutes you can be whisked away, and find yourself relishing in an experience of days gone-by, visiting temples and ancient ruins, but at the end of the day you are happy to be back in the neighbourhood where your surrounds offer an ambience of tranquility.

A lifetime experience

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It's a wonderful life for every member of the family.

Billie and Eugene Mora - from Spain

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Co-Constructing a Climate-Resilient Future: Putting Our Trust in the Children
On UN Earth Day this week, our Head of The City School, Dr. Lea, and our Y1-2 Project Coordinator, Ms. Sam, presented a webinar to the international educational and development community entitled ‘Co-Constructing a Climate-Resilient Future: Putting Our Trust in the Children’, with a participating audience of professionals from Bangladesh to Ethiopia, Nepal to the US. Hosted by the Asia-Pacific Regional Network for Early Childhood, and in collaboration with Save the Children, our educators showcased how ELC’s The City School is committed to empowering children to prepare for climate resilience and work for sustainable development, and how our Reggio Emilia approach to education cultivates those skills and character for our children to be world-changers.

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more about this school

Approach

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

Programme

We offer a rich early childhood learning environment for children from 18 months to 5 years of age.

Campus & Facilities

Discover the tranquillity of our location and lovingly landscaped flower gardens.