Lunch Menu

Date Day Morning Break Lunch (Salad & Fruits) Afternoon Break
01 July 2021 Thursday Milk + Cookies / Bread Chicken Rice with Soup Thai dessert
02 July 2021 Friday Milk + Cookies / Bread Chinese roll noodle soup with pork Iced Cocoa
05 July 2021 Monday Milk + Cookies / bread Thai Chicken Coconut Soup, Boiled eggs with rice Yogurt
06 July 2021 Tuesday Milk + Cookies / bread American fried rice with Soup Ice cream
07 July 2021 Wednesday Milk + Cookies / bread Wanton and noodles with pork Dumpling
08 July 2021 Thursday Milk + Cookies / bread Holy Basil with pork / Chicken and Omelettes Thai dessert
09 July 2021 Friday Milk + Cookies / bread Spaghetti with pork Cake
12 July 2021 Monday Milk + Cookies / Bread Fried Chicken with Vegetable soup Ice cream
13 July 2021 Tuesday Milk + Cookies / Bread Egg Soup and Stirred vegetables with rice Grass jelly with Ice
14 July 2021 Wednesday Milk + Cookies / Bread Fried rice with eggs and sausage Thai dessert
15 July 2021 Thursday Milk + Cookies / Bread Pad Thai Banana cake
16 July 2021 Friday Milk + Cookies / Bread Steamed eggs with fried Meat balls Chicken / Pork Satay
19 July 2021 Monday Milk + Cookies / Bread Stirred fried rice noodles with black soy sauce Iced Cocoa
20 July 2021 Tuesday Milk + Cookies / Bread Stirred fried vegetable with pork and Tofu soup with rice Jelly
21 July 2021 Wednesday Milk + Cookies / Bread Holi Basil with pork and Fried chicken Thai dessert
22 July 2021 Thursday Milk + Cookies / Bread Noodle soup with pork Grass jelly with Ice
23 July 2021 Friday Milk + Cookies / Bread Eggs Soup and Stirred fried vegetable Mushroom with rice Nutella Bread
26 July 2021 Monday Milk + Cookies / Bread Noodle soup with fish balls Thai dessert
27 July 2021 Tuesday Milk + Cookies / Bread Stewed stew with fried chicken Rice crackers with flossy pork
28 July 2021 Wednesday Milk + Cookies / Bread Pork porridge Custard bread
29 July 2021 Thursday Milk + Cookies / Bread Stirred fried rice noodles with black soy sauce Iced milk with cider syrup
30 July 2021 Friday Milk + Cookies / Bread Fried chicken with rice Ice cream

Note: The taste of food is adjusted according to the age of the students. Menu may adjust according to ingredients / season.

TCE International School Syllabus

To help each child thrive in a digital-rich, diverse and globalised environment, TCE International school develops into them 21st Century Competencies and nurture them to become:

  1. A confident person who has a strong sense of right and wrong, is adaptable and resilient, knows himself, is discerning in judgment, thinks independently and critically, and communicates effectively;
  2. A self-directed learner who takes responsibility for their own learning, and questions, reflects and perseveres in the pursuit of learning;
  3. An active contributor who is able to work effectively in teams, exercises initiative, takes calculated risks, is innovative and strives for excellence; and
  4. A concerned citizen who is rooted to Thailand, has a strong civic consciousness, is informed about Thailand and the world, and takes an active role in improving the lives of others. Knowledge, skills and understanding

Primary English Syllabus


The English Language curriculum in TCEIS helps students become independent lifelong learners, creative thinkers and problem solvers who can communicate effectively in English. In the Primary English department, we use a mixture of old and new curriculums from Singapore to ensure that our students fulfil their potential. A gradual change over is occurring where we are updating the present curriculum to incorporate the Singapore STELLAR (Strategies for English Language Learning and Reading) curriculum. The current curriculum still has a lot to offer in terms of education, so during the update, we are taking elements from it and using them to ensure that we maintain our high standards.

Desired Outcomes

At the end of their primary education, pupils are able to interact effectively in English. They are able to:

  1. listen, speak, read, write and make presentations in internationally acceptable English that is grammatical and fluent
  2. think through, interpret and evaluate fiction and non-fiction texts
  3. interact effectively with people from their own or different cultures

Primary Mathematics Syllabus


Our Primary Mathematics Syllabus is based on the Singapore syllabus, with the use of mathematical modelling and application of heuristics.

Desired outcomes

The syllabus aims to enable all students to:

  1. Acquire mathematical concepts and skills for everyday and continuous learning in mathematics;
  2. Develop thinking, reasoning, communication, application and metacognitive skills through a mathematical approach to problem-solving
  3. Build confidence and foster interest in Mathematics

Primary Science Syllabus


Our Primary Science Syllabus is based on the Singapore syllabus where it serves as a basis for scientific studies at higher levels. This syllabus focuses on the need for a balance between the acquisition of science knowledge, process and attitudes by inculcating the spirit of scientific inquiry. Besides, the technological applications, social implications and the value aspects of science are also considered when relevant. It also emphasises the broad coverage of basic concepts in the natural and physical world.

Desired outcomes

The syllabus seeks to enable students to view the pursuit of science as meaningful and useful. Inquiry is thus grounded in knowledge, issues and questions that relate to the roles played by science in daily life, society and the environment. It also seeks to nurture the student as an inquirer on the grounds that children are curious about and want to explore the things around them. The science curriculum leverages on this to fuel this spirit of curiosity. The end goal is students who enjoy science and value science as an important tool to help them explore the natural and physical world.

Primary Chinese Syllabus


The Enhanced Primary Chinese curriculum in TCEIS is developed for students from various learning backgrounds based on the Singapore Chinese Language Syllabus. In this enhanced and differentiated Chinese Language curriculum, we will have four learning levels (Advanced Chinese / Mainstream Chinese / Functional Chinese / Conversational Chinese) to suit students’ needs and capabilities.

Desired Outcomes

With this Enhanced Primary Chinese curriculum Students are enable to:

  1. learn Chinese in the suitable level based on his or her capability.
  2. engage more actively in Chinese lessons.
  3. develop greater interest in learning Chinese.
  4. develop language skills in tandem with inculcating humanistic values.

Primary Thai Language Syllabus


The Thai Syllabus is adapted from the MOE to cater to both native Thais and international students. Students will be able to appreciate the Thai Culture as the national heritage and the language of their host country. The Thai Language courses follows the guidelines and the requirements of Ministry of Education as well as complies with Standards of Office of National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA). The study of Thai Language enables effective communication with others. The course is designed to help students to acquire a wide range of vocabulary and to develop practical language skills relevant to the student’s daily lives. There are 3 levels in Thai Language Course as Beginning, Intermediate and Advance Levels depending on the individual student’s language background and abilities.

Desired outcomes

Thai Language Course is designed to help students know, understand and also instill a sense of respect for the culture of the host country. It provides TCEIS students an understanding of Thailand, its people and rich cultural heritage which will make their stay in Thailand more productive. All Student should have opportunity to become competent communicators in Thai Language on their own or as a foreign language. The level of linguistic competence and effectiveness differ from native students and non - native students.

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