What We Stand For
Windfield International School seeks to inspire children to become global citizens through an inquiry-based learning environment of total immersion in multiple languages and cultures. We seek to incorporate the best of traditional values and Thai culture, with an engaging and forward-thinking programme that equips students for life and work in the 21st Century.
From our Director
"Our students, regardless of age, are the heart of the school and their well-being, progress and personal development are our constant concern, not only through quality education and teaching of academic content, but also through the transmission of strong values that will make them fulfilled citizens of the world, ready to face the challenges that will come their way. "
- Stéphane Salaün
Mr Steven ARMSTRONG,
Headmaster of English School
Mr. Steven Armstrong is a qualified and highly experienced teacher. He began his teaching career in a comprehensive school in Newcastle - Upon-Tyne in 1980. Since then, he has worked in a number of top independent schools in the UK and has worked overseas, for a combined total of almost twenty years. He has worked on four continents, and in eight different countries, leading schools in Egypt, Jordan, China, Papua New Guinea, Uzbekistan, Kenya and Thailand, both in Bangkok and in the Eastern Seaboard.
Get In Touch
Soi Rungrote Tambon Maret, LAMAI, Surat Thani 84310
Telephone: +66 (0) 77 332 420
Email: [email protected]
Monday – Friday: 8:30 AM – 5 PM
Saturday – Sunday: Closed
Windfield International School welcomes families and admits students of any race, colour, national and ethnic origin.
Windfield does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sex, marital status, disability, and age in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programmes, and athletic and other school-administered programmes.
Students, parents/guardians, and employees are also encouraged to communicate with the Head of primary or Head of Secondary, with any questions or concerns regarding this policy. The School believes that open communication about these sensitive topics is essential to fostering a culture of personal responsibility, mutual accountability, and positive leadership.