Your Boarding Questions Answered

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about our new Boarding Houses.

Our on-site boarding staff are trained in basic first aid skills and are able to deal with any minor health issues that your child may have. Any serious health issues will be addressed at the nearby hospital that we have established a working relationship with. This hospital will already have been made aware of any of our Boarding student’s health issues by the School from parent’s completion of the health form.
The School has an external provider for laundry. Students have a maximum of 6 pieces of laundry per day on account. All laundry dropped off in the morning are ready to be collected by dinner time. 5-day boarder’s (Sunday eve to Friday) laundry is collected on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 7-day boarder’s laundry will be collected Monday, Wednesday and Friday. School will provide, launder and repair the following items of bedding: Towel, bed sheets, bed pads, 1 pillow and pillowcase, 2 duvet covers and 1 duvet, 1 numbered laundry bag.
All meals are created to ensure that there is a correct nutritional balance for our students depending upon age and nutritional needs. Western, Thai and Chinese food is offered with a vegetarian option. Monday-Friday: Breakfast and Dinner (6:30am and 5:30-6:00pm) Saturday-Sunday: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.  
Student rooms: Qualified and trusted room maids will clean student rooms twice a week. Bedsheets, pillow case, duvet covers and protectors are changed every Friday. Public areas: Cleaned on a daily basis. Pantries: Cleaned twice a day. Students are expected to keep their rooms, public areas and pantries in a clean and tidy manner. This is to foster increased independence and responsibility.
Yes, there are hot/cold water showers. Sinks provide cold water.
Over and above scheduled meals, students have access to the pantries at certain times in the day. In emergencies, snacks may be obtained from the Boarding Staff at their discretion.
Depending on student numbers, all rooms will aim to have one non-Thai student in a room of 3-4 students
There are ECAs on offer after school and at weekends such as basketball, football, swimming and other team games. At weekends, there will be trips to places of interest such as museums, palaces, temples, river trips, and more. Trips and activities requiring a further fee payment will be jungle trekking and camping expeditions to Khao Yai and kayaking trips to the River Kwai, Kanchanaburi. 
Designated prep times: Sunday to Thursday: 6:30-8:30pm.  Friday and Saturdays: times dependent on age group.