Thailand Bangkok Thai Japanese Association School

About the project

The Thai Japanese Association School (TJAS) is a well-established, private, co-educational day school for Japanese elementary and junior high school students in Bangkok. Founded in 1956, TJAS has approximately 2400 Japanese and Thai-Japanese students, from Grades 1 to 9. Students follow the compulsory education system as specified by the Japanese government and the language of instruction is Japanese. The Bell English programme at TJAS focuses on conversational and skills-based English as the lessons are designed to supplement the school’s academic English programme.

Students on the programme are 8 to 14 years old. They are taught in mixed ability groups.

Project facts

  • The project started in 2001
  • Over 10,000 Japanese and Thai-Japanese students have benefitted from the programme in the last eight years
  • There are currently 13 members of staff employed by the school on the Bell programme


  • A large campus with spacious classrooms
  • Excellent sports facilities including an Olympic - sized pool
  • Extensive teacher resources library


  • Bangkok, Thailand


For more information on the programme at Thai Japanese Association School (TJAS), please email:


Kings palace, Bangkok, Thailand

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