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International School news in Thailand

Bangkok Prep receives Eco-Schools Green Flag Award

Bangkok Prep






Head of Primary School Duncan Stonehouse receives the Eco-Schools certificate from representatives of WWF Thailand On Tuesday 21st February 2017, Bangkok International Preparatory and Secondary School (Bangkok Prep) became the first school in Thailand to receive the Eco-Schools Green Flag Award. This is the highest award given by the Eco-Schools governing body, a global organisation aimed at promoting…

“Brighton College Bangkok” to partner with PlanToys® in fostering sustainable learning

Brighton College






Brighton College International School Bangkok, represented by Head Master, Mr. David Tongue, announces the partnership between the school and PlanToys®, Thailand’s innovative toy company. The two organisations have been working together to offer enhanced learning opportunities, through their shared ethos of innovation and sustainability. Mr. David Tongue, Head Master of Brighton College International School Bangkok…

British Ambassador to Thailand opens new Pullman Library at Harrow Bangkok

Harrow Int. School Bangkok






H.E The British Ambassador to Thailand Brian Davidson visited Harrow International School Bangkok for the first time today to officially open our brand new Lower School Library. At the opening ceremony he commented: “Books are the most precious gift that anyone could have. They are full of treasures that will develop your imaginations, they will…

Catrine Carøe teaches Danish in Bangkok






The gift of learning the mother tounge Walking down the halls of NIST International School in Bangkok, you will hear children speaking languages from all over the world. Spanish, German, Hindi, Thai and Mandarin. And right there, squeezed in between two Mandarin classes, in the room with the slanted, dusty blue walls, in the middle…

Why inclusion is important within international education

ISB






When Charlotte and Dave had their son, Alex, they knew life would be more challenging. Alex has Down Syndrome. They knew raising a child with special needs wouldn’t be easy, and it wasn’t, but things got much more challenging when Alex reached school age. “Because my husband is a diplomat, our family relocates every two…

Danes attend Bangkok Patana School’s International Day






12 December was the International Day at Bangkok Patana School, with lots of Danes in attendance! Every year Bangkok Patana International school arranges International Day for the currently 61 nationalities on the school; it is the biggest festive event of the year for the kids and replaces all the religious holidays that you would have…

KIS continues fantastic full scholarship opportunities for the IB programs ages 9-16

KIS






KIS International School in Bangkok, Thailand is a full International Baccalaureate School. As the school has become more and more in demand, thanks to its great atmosphere, welcoming community and excellent academic results, KIS is growing from 2 classes per year group to 3 classes per year group. In celebration of this growth, KIS is…