About SCL International School:

 Our Mission Statement:

‘Educating the Mind, Nurturing the Soul’

Our Ethos:

Through a safe yet stimulating learning environment, following a UK based program, our well qualified and experienced staff enable all the children of SCL to fulfill their potential by:

  • Providing a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum
  • Providing opportunities for each child to be the best they can be
  • Assisting each child to become a self sufficient decision maker
  • Promoting the development of lively and inquisitive minds
  • Placing emphasis and value on social and emotional development
  • Fostering productive partnerships between school and home

Our Aims:

Through our commitment to honor our Mission Statement and Ethos, our aim is that all children attending SCL become:

  • Clear and effective communicators
  • Self-directed and life-long learners
  • Creative and practical problem solvers
  • Responsible and socially conscious global citizens
  • Collaborative and quality workers
  • Integrative and informed thinkers

The History of SCL International School:

Established in 2004, Samui Centre of Learning (former title) began its life in a small Thai wooden house with just two students enrolled. The vision of its founders was to provide an environment where children would feel safe, valued and happy; the best environment for learning. Through a steady expansion plan, the centre has now blossomed into a school that can cater for up to 200 children, in a new and modern purpose built premises.
In 2009 the school, which had previously only enrolled children of nursery and primary age, took the move into secondary education. In March 2010, the school became an accredited Cambridge International Examinations centre and accredited to use the Cambridge Primary Years and Lower Secondary Programs.
On the 19th March 2012, the school was granted International School Status by the Thailand Ministry of Education, only the second school in the South East of Thailand to receive this accolade.
Today, SCL International School continues to grow from strength to strength, yet despite this growth, has maintained its family atmosphere. With continued emphasis on individual learning, holistic teaching methods and a fully supported EAL department, the school really is living up to its motto; ‘Educating the mind, Nurturing the Soul’.

 

“I absolutely love how SCL has developed over the years. We have held fast to the original vision; to provide a safe and nurturing environment where children are free to express themselves, whilst receiving a high quality education. The children are exactly where they should be; at the centre of all our efforts. All the staff members we have here at SCL are amazing and I am absolutely confident in saying each and every one of them genuinely loves what they do and the children. As the director of SCL I couldn’t feel happier that the vision we had all those years ago has become a reality. As a parent with her children in SCL, I feel lucky my children get to come to such a great school.”  Emma Dyas, SCL International School Director.

SCL International School Lamai Samui Thailand

 

Recent News:

SCL International School shared Samui Circus Studio's post. ...

╰▶ Today, Samui Circus Studio was very happy to welcome SCL International School. Program (2hours) : Streching , 4 different workshops (hula hoop/stick class, poi spinning, cable walk and hip-hop dance) and free time to discover all the other activities available. Thanks to everyone who joined the event (students, teachers and parents). And a special thanks to our team, one more time you did a wonderful job while sharing your passion and talents. Poppy Sanman Ron Suksawang Thitirat Chanchaisiri John Min Mos Santi Chaiyo Ngwe San

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