Review of British International School
I did not have a kids yet, never study in this school. I was there for playing tennis. They have 3 indoor and 3 outdoor courts. Only school staffs, students and parents who be a member of their tennis club that allowed to use the court. Non-member is need to be invited by member and 500 thb paid to the club for 1 time playing. Court quality is good but need to fix some leak and add some light to indoor court.
Review of Let’s Dance Creative Lab
300 baht per hour (for children) is a bit pricey for dancing class, I’m not really disappointed when seeing my son happy and have fun with his friends. Moreover, he can practice his English skill too.
Review of Phuket Thai Cooking Academy
I just took their cooking course together with a group of friends, Was great fun.Thanks Ron and the rest of the team for an outstanding experience.
Review of Education Abroad Asia
We have enjoyed working with EduAbroadAsia.org staff and friend during the production of their films and videos based at Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus. We highly recommend their team and services.
The warm climate and easy life style make Phuket an ideal location to bring up a family and the infrastructure on the island in terms of hospitals and schools gives reassurance to families looking to move here.
Phuket education starts at kindergarten and nursery level going all the way up to university. There are a number of international schools that provide both day and boarding options and an education in a multicultural school gives a head start when it comes to looking for a job at the end of the education cycle.
The diverse number of countries represented in Phuket also lends an opportunity to learn a foreign language and there are schools as well as private teachers that can offer a range of languages, in particular English or Thai lessons.
There are also schools in Phuket where you can learn to dance, sail, dive, ride regardless of your age.