Our Philosophy for Fun Education

We believe in a holistic approach to teaching, and learning by doing.

Modulo Kids focuses on unlocking the potential in kids. All children deserve the opportunity to be their best selves.

We believe in learning by doing, and having fun.

AAt Modulo Kids, we believe in creating an atmosphere of curiosity and engagement with learning that happens in a place where children are encouraged to take ownership of thoughts and ideas; where their voices are listened to and respected but also challenged.
With that in mind, there are 8 key concepts that help define the Modulo Kids curriculum:

  • Form - The understanding that everything has a form with recognizable features that can be observed, identified, described and categorized.
  • Function - The understanding that everything has a purpose, a role or a way of behaving that can be investigated.
  • Causation - The understanding that things do not just happen, that there are causal relationships at work, and that actions have consequences.
  • Change - The understanding that change is the process of movement from one state to another. It is universal and inevitable.
  • Connection - The understanding that we live in a world of interacting systems in which the actions of any individual element affect others.
  • Perspective - The understanding that knowledge is moderated by perspectives; different perspectives lead to different interpretations, understanding and findings.
  • Responsibility - The understanding that people make choices based on their understanding, and the actions they take as a result do make a difference.
  • Reflection - The understanding that there are different ways of knowing, and that it is important to reflect on our conclusions, to consider our methods of reasoning, and the quality and the reliability of the evidence we have considered.

All of the key concepts above are explored through learning of the Modulo Kids Skills. For more detailed information about the skills covered at Modulo Kids, keep reading!

Why is Modulo Kids right for you?

Everything is tailored to your child for the best learning experience

1 - Group Sizes

We offer both private classes and small groups up to 4 students, so your child will get the attention they deserve.

2 - Holistic Approach

Using an integrated approach to education, Modulo Kids focuses on overall children development.

3 - Learning by Doing

All Modulo Kids lessons are built around fun activities, focusing on doing and not just listening.

4 - Atmosphere

Caring, thoughtful and nurturing; everything at Modulo Kids is designed to make your children happy and comfortable.
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Ten categories for your child to explore

We use the British Early Years Foundation Stage and International Baccalaureate programs from Kindergarten up!


Linking sounds and letters, and learning to read and write.


Strengthening skills in counting, understanding and using numbers.


Exploring, observing and finding out how things work.

Creative arts

Creating new things through a wide range of media and materials.


Learning critical thinking, logic and strategies to tackle problems.
Modulo Kids student

Language arts

Understanding English for more expressive communication.


Doing calculations, operations, and understanding mathematical models.

Understanding the world

Making sense of the physical world and community we live in.

Expressive arts

Sharing thoughts, ideas and feelings through music, dance and role play.

Emotional development

Developing a positive sense of self, and forming strong relationships.
A Modulo Kids teacher with a young student

Amazing Teachers

They are, put simply, the best

All our teachers are carefully selected for their professionalism, qualifications and experience. They go through Modulo Kid's high-quality training programs and receive regular coaching and workshops continuously through their career with us. They are great at teaching pre-schoolers (18 months) to 12 years old!

About our teachers:

  • English-language experts
  • University graduates
  • Qualified
  • Early years teaching experience
  • Patient and supportive

Did we mention they are also fun, caring and friendly?

Modulo Kids student doing an art project

Great Materials

Internationally acclaimed, and great fun!

At Modulo Kids we believe in following a professional, well-structured curriculum without getting lost in textbooks.

Using materials from the world's premium publishers, such as Oxford University Press, Collins, and Pearson, our experienced academic team have put together a totally unique set of materials which are sure to be fun, engaging and beneficial to the development of your child.

At Modulo Kids, we know engaged learners are productive learners. We focus on getting the best out of materials to give your child the best.


Together, we can make a difference

We believe in a better world for all children. Let's help those in need!

Modulo believes that companies can - and should - be beneficial members of the community. Change comes from the little things and is the responsibility of all. We are happy to contribute to social responsibility with multiple partners to do our part. Everyone at Modulo is part of our corporate citizen programs to help develop the underprivileged youth of Thailand through education and other volunteer efforts. On top of providing volunteers, we offer expertise and help train educators for NGOs. We also deliver educational materials, both new and used, to different institutions through the country. Finally, we help purchase essential items of daily life in poverty-stricken parts of the country.

We invite you to take a look below at some of our partners, past and present. You, too, can make a difference by joining all those that believe in change for a better world.

Social Service

Amphawa Child Protection Foundation

Modulo Kids is proud to be a partner of the Child Protection Foundation of Amphawa. Both teachers and staff love going there for a wholesome experience of sharing, caring and giving. We bring food, musicians, dances, games and activities, toys and educational materials for all to enjoy!

planting trees

Environmental Responsibility

Making the world greener with The PATT Thailand Foundation

We cannot in good faith just stand back and let the world slowly die. We believe companies have a corporate responsibility to stand up and do what is right for the planet we call home.
In addition to special events throughout the year, all proceeds from our cafe bar go to planting new trees and making the world a better place for this generation and those yet to come.


Trees planted

Kharma Family

Learn more about the Kharma Family foundation

The Kharma Family was established to help children in poverty in some of the kingdom's less developed regions to help local children get a better start in life. Their volunteers not only donate supplies and give financial support, but also undertake long-term projects and motivate young people and their parents to see the advantages of education and training.

The Kharma Family relies on the generosity of donors and its volunteers to do its work. If you'd like to help, you can do so by joining their team of volunteers or by making a donation:


About their founder

Nion Sunpawishu started the Kharma Family with the aim of improving the lives of many of the kingdom's poorest children. Knowing the dangers and problems that young people face in Southern Thailand, she wanted to reach out to local communities and invite them to join forces with talented volunteers to improve things for local children.

Being a teacher of Thai to foreigners and living and working in Thailand meant that Nion had contacts with a range of people who wanted to give something back to Thailand and who had a range of skills to offer.

Mercy Center Thailand children

HDF Mercy Center

Helping the children who need it most

We also work with the Mercy Center. We provide them with training, logistics support and counselling to help them achieve their great goals of teaching English to orphans.

Mercy Centre is a shelter for street kids, five orphanages, a hospice, a home for mothers and children with HIV/AIDS, a 400-pupil kindergarten, a community meeting place, and a serene haven in the slums with small gardens and playgrounds. Originally built on a former Buddhist Temple site on port authority property, Mercy Centre has stood in some shape or form for nearly 40 years.