The UK’s Heathfield International School Brings New Standards to Laos
The United Kingdom’s Heathfield International School has recently arrived, making Vientiane the home of its second branch in Asia (the first being in Bangkok), bringing new standards to Laos.
Heathfield International School Vientiane uses the British and Welsh curriculum which helps students to be engaged and motivated in their studies through art, music, science, sport, reading in its library and in the playground under the traditional values of Heathfield’s teaching in the knowledge that education shapes people for life.
The school intends to have classes in English, Chinese and Lao, under the guidance of the Ministry of Education and Sports, which will help pupils to continue studying overseas when they finish secondary level.
Heathfield International School Vientiane chooses experienced teachers who are trained to recognize and nurture children to develop their minds and bodies by discovering their talents through sport, creativity, and the arts. Heathfield will focus on giving students a well-rounded education where they will be taught to develop their potential, to explore and discover the world around them, to think for themselves and to form opinions, which will help them to interact with others successfully.
The school also prioritizes student health and safety through high-quality teaching equipment, food, and classrooms, which are a minimum 8×8 meters to provide a suitable learning environment.
Heathfield International School Vientiane intends to build an Olympic size (short course) swimming pool, to accompany its tennis courts, basketball court, and exhibition room.
The school will teach classes in English, Chinese and Lao, under the guidance of the Ministry of Education and Sports, which will help pupils to continue studying overseas when they finish secondary level.
Heathfield International School Vientiane accepts children aged 2-16 and will open in the fall of 2018. Parents are able to visit the school in Phakhao village, Xaythany district and are encouraged to call 020 5592 8899, 030 545 8899 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.heathfield.la for more information.