Kindergarten Welcome messages


Head of Foreign Teachers

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Welcome to Kajonkietsuksa Kindergarten, a close-knit school community with very strong relationships amongst teachers, parents, staff and students.  We work very closely together to provide for the personal needs of each student.  This is something we pride ourselves on and this is what makes us like a big family.

Kajonkietsuksa School’s vision is to ‘Build virtue, excel in education and develop Thai society’.   In Kindergarten we live by this vision; paying special attention to the emotional and social well-being of each student in our care as the first and highest priority.  The learning environment provides a perfect setting in which to develop into well-rounded, polite and moral children, with a strong sense of self identity and respect for living things and the environment.

We are very proud of our Kindergarten and follow the progress of the students who have passed through us with pride and love.  We work hard to make our school a place remembered fondly when our students grow up and move on.  The early learning years are such an important and vital platform for successful and well-rounded children, both in and outside of the classroom, so we aim to make it an exciting and memorable time.

We welcome you to our school community.

Mrs. Justine Broadhurst-Bristow

Head of Thai Teachers

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I would like to wish you a warm welcome to Kajonkietsuksa Kindergarten.

You will find a happy, friendly and supportive team of teachers and staff in our school who work hard to give your child the best introduction to school life possible.  We work closely with our English co-teachers to provide a nurturing and stimulating environment your child will remember forever.

The Thai teachers play a vital role in our Kindergarten.  Apart from the important task of teaching children Thai language, we introduce our students to the richness of Thai culture and heritage, through a variety of activities and events throughout the school year.

Ms. Orn Singkhala