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The Family Room Want to know the best place to buy baby clothing or toys, are diapers available in Thaliand? What about the best hospitals, the pitfalls of hiring a nanny or helper. How to keep teenagers amused in Bangkok, can I hire a carseat when I travel? Which children's medications are available?

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Old 30-04-2010, 11:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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3 Year Old Daughter

Anyone know of a good school to put my three year old daughter too, must be a international one & a reasonable price?..

Any help will be grateful...

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Old 30-04-2010, 11:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Telling us where you are may be helpful.....
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Sorry Anywhere In Bangkok
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Anywhere in Bangkok could be a 1-2 hour commute to a school. We really need a general location of where you live or hope to live in order to give an answer.
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and personally I'd wait a year or two. 3 year olds do not need to go to school.

We started a small baby get together club in our area when our boy was younger for socialization skills.
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If 'anywhere'...try a school in Sutthisan, very good kindergarten only, turn right from Ratchada and go about 1k on right side.

And 3 years is a good age to start. They will learn so much, fly through everything and make friends and have fun.....I did not want to put my kids in so young, but then we did and they loved it and started to bloom.
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British Preferably..

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=hillbilly;] Anywhere in Bangkok could be a 1-2 hour commute to a school. We really need a general location of where you live or hope to live in order to give an answer.
Anywhere between Lat Phrao & Sukhumvit..

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=kingwilly;]and personally I'd wait a year or two. 3 year olds do not need to go to school.
I really thought myself but the missues is really doing me head in saying all thai children go to school at this age..
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3 years is a good age to start.
Agreed. 2 is good too. Ling Noi loves school.
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oh well, if you're missus said, then she must be correct, how many kids has she had before? expert in the field is she?

no problem wasting 50,000 baht per term then.

having said that, another member said location, it's damn true. if your sukhumvit there is a good one at the bottom of soi nana. forget what its latest name is., (googled it) Topsy Turvy.
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having said that, another member said location, it's damn true. if your sukhumvit there is a good one at the bottom of soi nana. forget what its latest name is., (googled it) Topsy Turvy.
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If the kid likes going to school and has fun, then it can be good for their social skills

if they don't like it, or hate being seperated from their mum, it may be better to wait a while
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