Creativity develops when both sides of our child’s brain work simultaneously; drawing inspiration, learning from different subjects and applying them to invent or problem solve. Unlike traditional education that teaches subjects individually, ARKKI teaches STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) in an integrated manner using advanced pedagogies such as DESIGN THINKING FOR KIDS and PHENOMENAL-BASED LEARNING. Creative education for future innovators!
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Huge congratulations to Pattanan Amnajcharoenying (Gracy), a student in Year 8 and Music Scholar at Regent’s International School Bangkok. She has just attended the press conference for the musical release of her first single called ‘You Drive Me Crazy’, in collaboration with RS (Kamikaze); a large music entertainment company in Thailand. The press conference was held at RS Public Company Limited on Tuesday 24th November, 2020.
Music Scholars at Regent’s International School are known to do incredibly well at the school both academically and musically.
Many of the scholars have seen successes in external music related competitions, such as the Royal Composition Arranging Competition, The Voice Thailand, and played in highly revered establishments with professional musicians such as Carnegie Hall in New York.
Privileges of being a Music Scholar at Regent’s :
Participation in masterclasses with international artists
Performances at major concert venues
Opportunity to study IGCSE and IB Music
World class professional musicians available for student mentoring
Our Music Scholars have shown exemplary musical skills, excellent leadership qualities and we are honoured to be taking them further on their musical journey.
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Year 5 are currently learning about Rivers in CCS lessons. They have been working on a group project to create a poster and presentation about The Water Cycle. The children made fantastically creative posters and spoke clearly when presenting to the class, including keywords like evaporation, condensation, precipitation, transpiration and run-off. This knowledge will come in very useful when they are looking at rivers on their residential trip to Ayuthaya this week!
Congratulations to Paphawin Laoaraya (Win) in Year 4 at Regent’s International School Bangkok. Win received the first prize, trophy and scholarship in the Super Kart Thailand 2020 for boys aged 8 – 12 years. Win has been selected from 80 children who have applied for this competition. The competition was held on 21 – 22 November 2020 at The Bhira International Circuit, Chonburi. Well done, Win!
On Wednesday November 18th, 2020, ASTV News 1 featured Regent’s International School Bangkok’s Theatre adaptation of The Legend of Mulan. The Year 5 & 6 student cast had the opportunity to talk about their creative process, their collaborative efforts, how the journey brought them together, how they have learnt how much effort it takes to do something well and how rewarding it is in the end.
Ms Angeline Karadia, Key Stage 2 Coordinator & Learning Support Teacher and Director of The Legend of Mulan, also talked about why she chose Mulan and how the whole production became an important learning experience for everyone.
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On November 17th, 2020, our Year 5 & 6 students captivated the audience with their stunning production; The Legend of Mulan.
The Legend of Mulan is full of Chinese splendour, action, singing and dancing! It also delivers an important message about courage, strength and working hard to achieve your dreams. Our students were able to give the whole production a modern twist – with its use of Pop songs instead of the regular soundtrack. The highlight was when students had some of the audience participate and engage with the actors.
According to Ms Angeline Karadia, Key Stage 2 Coordinator & Learning Support Teacher and Director of The Legend of Mulan, the reason she chose Mulan is because it’s a story that sends our children a positive message. The whole production is done in the English language and as an international school, speaking good, clear English is one of the main priorities.
Mulan is a metaphor for each of us. It teaches us to look beyond the superficiality of what we look like plus the importance of following and honouring our differences. It also reminds us that we are all equal and should be treated as such and that we are stronger than what we give ourselves credit for.
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