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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…

Preschooling for Scandinavians in Thailand

Thailand attracts a lot of Scandinavian tourists, visitors and residents. The reasons are obvious: The climate, the beautiful scenery of Thailand’s mainland and the islands with bounty beaches, the low price level, business opportunities and the smiling and welcoming Thai people. Of course, the Scandinavian children need somewhere to be while their parents are at…

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Opens the Science Centre

Bangkok Patana School

Bangkok Patana School was honoured to have Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn preside over the official opening ceremony of our Science Centre today. “This was a very auspicious occasion for Bangkok Patana School. Her Royal Highness presided over the opening of this school campus in 1993 and we feel extremely humbled that she…

Musical Mice

Bangkok Prep

Musical Mice is a preschool music session that encourages children’s imagination and curiosity. The activities include singing, movement, reading books & story-songs, playing musical games and exploring instruments for children to develop various skills in these music sessions including listening and social skills, like how to wait and take turns. Music education has proven to increase…

Thailand Expat Guide 2016 is here!

ScandAsia has published its 2016 edition of the guidebook “Thailand Expat Guide” Thailand Expat Guide is intended as a help for both newcomers and longer term residents from Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland who have decided to live and work in Thailand. It explains and facilitates practical issues and intends to inspire its readers to…

Video from Danish Kids Playgroup

DWW Playgroup 2016 from Digital Creative on Vimeo.

A video shot by Digital Creative from the first day when the new Danish Kids Playgroup met at NIST is now available for sharing on Vimeo. According to Steen Trolle of Digital Creative, the focus has been on showing the good atmosphere and the variety of activities that were arranged on that inaugural day.

Read the report from the day by ScandAsia here: http://scandasia.wpengine.com/danes-in-bangkok-launch-kids-playgroups/

 

Traill International School

Traill International School

Traill launches its Golden Jubilee celebrations with the spectacular inaugural NCAA Pacific Rim Basketball Championship. Between the 13th and 15th May, Traill International School co-hosted with the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and the PE department of Thailand, the first ever NCAA Pacific Rim Basketball tournament to start their celebrations of their Golden Jubilee year. This was…