Sawasdee khrap, It was made clear that they're still waiting for a curriculum for my school. It's my own fault because I did tell them that I would write one when I started but under completely different circumstances. At this time, I didn't know that all promises were basically lies. I've got a few questions and would deeply appreciate some honest answers. Thanks, a lot in advance. 1. My curriculum will, of course, be based on the newest Thai curriculum. I'll only add some additional stuff for the EP section. Who'll finally approve the curriculum, the local educational area, or the MoE in Bangkok? 2. The school is a smaller "Anuban" from Kindergarten to M.3 with an EP with three classes now, that I started 2.5 years ago. For M.1 - M.3, I'll only use the already given frame of knowledge from the Thai curriculum. Will I have to outline the whole EP curriculum from P.1 to P.6, or would it be enough to cover grade one to three? 3. They never thought about teaching computer in English and out grade three EP students know absolutely nothing about computer soft or hardware. they did the whole time was drawing some monsters, fancy houses and other rubbish using paint, taught by a youngish Thai who doesn’t know much about technology himself. Is computer technology a mandatory subject for an EP? 4. I currently teach English, math, and science. Would that be enough to receive the needed documents approved by the educational area office? Or what else is needed to get the approval? 5. Thanks for any useful comments, really deeply appreciated.