Schools in the EduReach network deliver a British style international education, based on the curriculum of our selected brand partner. Our brand partner schools deliver a curriculum framed on the English National Curriculum, but enhanced by generations of outstanding practice, expertise and tradition. They combine an academic focus with a broad co-curriculum, offering all the pupils an extended and fulfilling school day. EduReach adapts our approach to fit with each international school’s local context.

Although each school is unique, there are certain underlying features of our curriculum that are common to all schools within the EduReach network.

Key Curriculum Features

Personalised Learning

We ensure that schools in the EduReach network adopt a personalised approach to learning. Teachers are encouraged to plan their lessons to meet the individual needs of pupils; support is provided to teachers to help them achieve this.

Curriculum Breadth

Like our brand partners, we deliver an enhanced curriculum that is broad and balanced, drawing upon centuries of tradition and expertise. Pupils benefit from a wide range of subjects, supplemented by a fulfilling co-curricular programme.


Schools within our network deliver an extensive co-curricular programme, providing pupils with the opportunity to develop vital life skills and interests though a comprehensive range of activities. We encourage all teachers to lead activities and ensure flexibility within timetables to accommodate this.

Subject Specialism

In line with the best practice of our brand partners, we introduce subject specialist teaching from an early age. In most instances, by Year 5 all lessons are taught by subject specialist teachers, ensuring high academic standards are maintained and pupils are well prepared for transition to secondary school.


“Thai students are curious, entrepreneurial, respectful and a sincere pleasure to teach. Their adaptability, eagerness to learn and confidence in trying out-of-the-box ideas ensures each lesson feels exciting and progressive.”

Robert McMillan – English and Drama Teacher, Denla British School

Ongoing professional development

The best teachers continuously improve and develop their teaching practice, leadership skills and subject knowledge. Find out what our global community of educators have access to.

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