Front Car Park and Drop Off Area
Side Car Park
Our Foundation Stage environment and facilities are wonderful, and though part of the larger school, are sufficiently separate to provide a safe and nurturing environment for the children. The Foundation Stage has covered and uncovered zones and students have open access to all areas (inside and out). Our facilities include a cycle track, sensory stream, learn-to-swim pool, indoor exploration areas, outdoor play areas (to promote physical development), a variety of ICT tools, libraries and gardens.
Stories about Foundation Stage
Year 3 and 4 enjoy the use of their own dedicated building with individual classrooms, shared areas, ICT Labs and a cookery suite across two floors.
Stories about Year 3/4
Year 3/4 Playground
The Primary Canteen is a clean and comfortable space for our Primary Students to enjoy delicious and balanced healthy meals.
Stories about the Primary Canteen
Primary Side Field
The school’s sports hall is used by students of all ages as well as being the location of many whole school events and assemblies. The main hall can be divided into three, each with their own basketball court. The Sports Hall also houses our indoor climbing wall, dance studios, spin bikes and fitness suite.
Stories about the Sports Hall
Bangkok Patana Hosts Super Junior SEASAC
Gong Xi Fa Cai – Chinese New Year at Bangkok Patana
Mini Tennis Courts
The Mini Tennis Courts are used by our Primary and Foundation students for fun and exercise.
Stories about the Mini Tennis Courts
Recently rebuilt to offer eight classrooms per year group, the Year 5/6 building is a modern, well-planned space with art and design rooms and a large multi-purpose space on the third floor, alongside state-of-the art classrooms and learning spaces.
Stories about Year 5 and 6
Primary World Languages & Thai
Housed in its own building, this is where students from Years 3 to 6 come for their language lessons in Thai, French, Spanish, German, Japanese and Mandarin.
Stories about Primary World Languages and Thai
Sharing Stories from Other Cultures
Meet Madame Patricia’s New Assistants
Back Hard Court
25 Metre Pool
Bangkok Patana has a smaller 25 metre pool for our younger students. This is a great place for them to improve their swimming skills and show them off in our Swim Galas
Stories about the 25 metre pool
Home of the Patana Gymnastics Team, the facility boasts three sets of uneven bars, a dedicated pommel horse and conditioning area, a sunken trampoline and a huge foam pit which runs the entire width of the gym providing a soft dismount area for the trampoline, vault, men’s high bar, beams and uneven bars.
Bangkok Patana Hosts Super Junior SEASAC
Senior SEASAC Gymnastics Championships 2019
Primary Learning Support & Primary Changing Rooms
Learn To Swim Pool
The Learn to Swim Pool is for our youngest students, it offers a safe and fun environment for FS students to learn how to swim.
Stories about the Learn to Swim Pool
The Nursery programme offers an exciting and nurturing environment for our youngest learners starting from the age of two. The adult:child ratio is set at a maximum of 1:7 for Nursery. Our Nursery children have their own purpose-built building, while still being able to take advantage of the larger facilities on campus.
Stories about Nursery
Primary Library and Music
Our Library team work very hard to ensure that the Primary Library provides a positive and motivating environment for our students to enjoy. Children in the Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 all have access to a large range of suitable texts within the Primary Library and each class from FS2 up to Year 6 enjoys a weekly Library session. Our Music rooms are located above the Library and are used by our specialist music teachers for the timetabled lessons.
Stories about Primary Library and Music
Year 3 Use Music to Describe Things
The Primary Hall holds lots of school events including art exhibitions, Year group and Key Stage assemblies, Fairy-tale Balls and much, much more!
The Primary Hall is located on the second floor, underneath houses a play space for Years 1 and 2, our Parent Teacher Group meeting room and the Tiger Shop, which sells items in support of the school mascot.
This state-of-the-art building is home to Years 1 and 2. Along with the individual classrooms, it also contains a cookery room, IT suites, collaborative learning areas and a Physical Development room.
Stories about Year 1/2
Year 1/2 Playground
Year 1 and 2 have their own separate playground where they can explore and have fun .. and learn.
Stories about Year 1/2 Playground
School Shop & Post Office
The School Shop & Post Office is open Monday to Friday from 7.30am until 4.00pm during term time.
The purpose built Arts Centre houses the Secondary Art, Drama and Music classrooms and facilities. Students are excited to share their creative skills, giving hours of enjoyment to many members of our school community and most importantly they learn to develop faith in their own ideas and capacity for imagination. The Arts Centre provides teachers and students with space that allows for full expression of their creativity and undoubted talents. Apart from classrooms it also includes the 600-seat Rosamund Stuetzel Theatre, a black box performance space, recording studio, orchestra room and Exhibition Hall.
Stories about the Arts Centre
IB Art Show and Design Technology Exhibition
Exploring the World of Theatre
Music Non-Stop at Patana United
Administration Building & Conference Centre
The Administration Centre holds all the business offices that keep the school ticking over. The Conference Centre hosts board meetings as well as other events.
Stories about the Administration Building and Conference Centre
Paying homage to our home country, the beautiful Thai Sala is the location of our Head of School’s Office and is surrounded by a calming pond filled with koi carp.
Secondary DT, EAL & Thai
The Design+Technology classrooms are well-equipped to offer students a chance to think out of the box and engage their creative skills. Design + Technology prepares students to participate in tomorrow’s rapidly changing technologies; they learn to think and intervene creatively to improve quality of life. Thai and English as an Additional Language classes are offered on the second and third floors. Thai Language classes are offered to those who use it as a first language and to those who want to learn Thai. All courses teach an appreciation and understanding of Thai culture through reading, writing, speaking and listening. English as an Additional Language (EAL) classes focus strongly on students’ reading and writing skills as well as students’ General English and subject-specific vocabulary.
Stories on D+T, EAL and Thai
Resistant Materials: Design + Technology
Setting Time for Design + Technology
An invaluable resource for all our community, the Secondary Library not only contains non-fiction and fiction texts for all age groups, it also houses a Parents’ Collection of books and journals and a considerable range of Teacher Professional Development resources. The Library also hosts events related to reading and books.
Stories about the Secondary Library
Visiting Authors to our Libraries
Cross Campus Office, Cross Campus Staff Room, Counsellors Suite & Oral Exam Rooms
50 Metre Pool
The 50 metre pool offers our students a large venue to practice and play water sports such as water polo. It not only hosts our own competitions but also international competitions.
Stories about the 50 metre pool
TigerShark Swimmers to Compete in British Nationals This Summer
Our purpose-built Science Centre is the first such facility in Thailand. A modern facility, it houses a floor of larger and lighter laboratories for each of the sciences. A high number of our students go on to study a science-based course in tertiary education and this building reflects the importance the school places on this faculty of study. An extended student lounge and snack and smoothie bar are also located on the first floor.
Stories about the Science Centre
Year 10 Students Can See the Light
Scientific Research and Experimentation for Year 12 Students
The Chopsticks Noodle Bar serves on average over 300 bowls a day to students and staff. The Noodle Bar is a popular choice for students and staff, and often a highlight for returning alumni. The Noodle Bar serves Thai style, vegetarian and non-vegetarian noodles.
Stories about Chopsticks, the Noodle Bar
Secondary Lounge, Computing and Learning Support
The Lounge is a social space for our Secondary students to use during break and lunch times. The Lounge is also the location for special events such as the CAT/CAS Fair and the University Fair. It is also the location of our very popular Noodle Bar!
Stories about the Secondary Lounge, Computing and Learning Support
Front Hard Court
A covered facility that houses three basketball courts and is used for social and competitive sports as well as visiting performances and fire drills.
Stories about the Front Hard Court
Our Senior Studies students, in Years 12 and 13 have access to this building which includes a common room area, quiet study space and is linked directly to our University and Careers Counselling Faculty.
Stories about Senior Studies
The Secondary Canteen is buffet style and features a daily menu of both International and Thai food. Non-meat options are available. We have a nutritionist on staff who works with our chefs on meal plans that offer a good variety of options and are also healthy and nutritious.
Stories about the Secondary Canteen
Secondary English & World Languages
Secondary English and World Languages offers students classes in modern languages including French, Spanish, Japanese, German, and Mandarin. Secondary English gives students the opportunity to use their English skills in creative ways focusing on increasing fluency in speaking, reading, and writing skills.
Stories about Secondary English and World Languages
Year 9 Spanish Students Use Real Life Skills
Debating Energy Policy in French
First, We Must Aspire to Understand Different Cultures
Secondary Mathematics & Humanities
Stories about Secondary Mathematics and Humanities
World Mathematics Championships
Sports Complex Car Park & Main School Car Park
Our Tennis Centre situated adjacent to our Sports Complex offers eight competition courts with flood lights. Our Tennis Academy offers teams from Under 11 – Varsity and these teams participate in Singles and Team events on a regular basis. Several of our players have successfully transitioned to US College programmes and several are nationally ranked in Thailand.
Stories about the Tennis Courts
Year 6 Student Selected for Under 12 Thai National Team
FOBISIA Success for the Tennis Academy
Sports Complex Pavilion & Changing Rooms
Sports Complex Fields
On the opposite side of Lasalle Road, connected by a pedestrian footbridge is the school’s multi-purpose Sports Complex. The Tennis Office and eight tennis courts are located here along with the grandstand that overlooks the multiple sports pitches that are mainly used for football and rugby, and cricket nets. As well as being used by the school many community sport groups use these facilities at weekends and after the school day.
Our outside classroom facility has been developed to improve the provision of environmental education across the whole school. Used by students ranging from primary pond dipping to secondary research projects, the outdoor site features a large pond with an island and a traditional Thai-style sala built on its shores.
Stories about the Outdoor Classroom
Exploring the Outdoor Classroom
New Learning Features in the Outdoor Classroom
Bangjak Overflow Car Park
Todsamon Car Park
Todsamon Clubhouse & Panipa
Primary Well-being Room
A space for our Primary students that offers something different than a regular classroom. With space to meditate, do yoga, mindfulness colouring, small world play and exploration as well as PSHE and circle time learning, this is a space for our Primary students to relax and re-set.
Stories about the Well-being Room
Our Dance and Drama Academy offers students with a passion for the performing arts to really stretch themselves and explore a range of dance styles and performance opportunities in their own dedicated space. Our non-selective programme includes Ballet, Tap, Hip Hop, Breakdancing, Jazz, Lyrical/Contemporary, Musical Theatre, Drama and Cheerleading.
Learn more about the Dance & Drama academy:
New Academies and the Long Term Vision