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Regent's International School, Bangkok

Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.

Congratulations to our graduate Suchaya Mahattanatan (Mint)

After graduating from Regent’s, Mint went to study a Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical science at Imperial College London and a Master’s Degree in Bioengineering, Imperial College London. Mint, who is currently writing thesis for her Masters, won the top prize of the “WE Innovate” programme for women entrepreneurs. Mint was inspired by her father breaking his arm when she was 7 years old.


Mint’s innovation is “Next generation washable cast for broken limbs”.
‘We Innovate’ is organised by Imperial College London about early-stage innovative business ideas. Participants include students from all three levels: bachelor, master and doctorate. Mint competed against participants including doctorate students with this business innovation, Mint said that she enjoyed every activity and seeing herself growing by doing science projects plus improving social interaction skills. More importantly, Mint gained a lot more confidence to express her business ideas. Lastly, she shared tips for those who have business ideas “by just going for it”.

Congratulations to our Regent’s alumni.
Click here to listen to more information about Mint’s innovation project https://vimeo.com/362073274

ASTV News1 featured the interview of Pattanan Amnajcharoenying (Gracy); a student in Year 8 and Music Scholar at Regent’s International School Bangkok. Gracy shared the pathway of her success story to become the winner of “The Voice Kids Thailand 2020”.

Behind the success story, she has earned full support from her family and Regent’s International School Bangkok. Gracy said that Regent’s is like her second home which helps her to be courageous and to follow her dreams from her first day in school (Year 1) until today. This is Gracy’s eighth year at Regent’s.After entering the contest, she didn’t expect to be the winner but just wanted to do what she loves. She kept practicing singing very hard with advice from coaches and teachers.

Finally, she is very proud and happy winning this very prestigious award which has been achieved through her own effort and ability but also with the encouragement and support of all those around her.

Click here to see more interviews with Gracy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWds55EO-y4&feature=youtu.be

Congratulations to Dr. Natthapoj Trakulphadetkra

Natthapoj, Regent’s International School’s alumnus, has just been promoted to Associate Professorship at University of Reading. UK. Here are the details:

Dr. Trakulphadetkrai joined the University’s Institute of Education (IoE) in September 2013 as a Lecturer in Primary Mathematics Education, serving as the Mathematics Specialism Leader on the BA Primary Education (QTS) Programme. In more recent years, he has been taking on a number of leadership roles within the IoE including the Director of Research Communications, the Deputy Director of Postgraduate Research Studies (PhD), and the Chair of the Teaching & Learning Group on Assessment Literacy. Earlier this month, he has also been appointed to serve as the Senior Academic Manager to line manage a group of academics from the 2020/2021 academic year onwards. 

On the research front, Dr. Trakulphadetkrai’s research interests are centred around the use of storytelling (particularly in the story picture book format) to help enrich mathematics teaching and learning experiences. Based on his research findings, he founded the MathsThroughStories.org initiative back in 2015. The initiative sets out to help teachers and parents globally to use storytelling to enrich their children’s mathematics learning. The initiative’s website offers valuable and free resources for parents and teachers to achieve this goal. Since its launch in March 2017, the initiative’s website has now been viewed over 530,000 times by more than 120,000 teachers and parents from 200 countries around the world. He has also delivered his popular Maths Through Stories training workshop to over 600 in-service teachers and around 2,000 teacher trainees at 30 universities across the UK and abroad. In the 2019/2020 academic year, Dr. Trakulphadetkrai was one of only five academics across the University of Reading to have received the University Research Fellowship. His Fellowship research project examines the effectiveness of 1,200+ Year 4 children across the South East of England developing their conceptual understanding of multiplication by creating short story picture books about the said topic. 

Since joining the IoE, Dr. Trakulphadetkrai has either won or been nominated for several research- and teaching-related awards and recognitions. (More details can be found here.) Recently, he has also been recognised as Senior Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.

Nationally, Dr. Trakulphadetkrai also serves as the Co-Convenor of the British Educational Research Association’s (BERA) Mathematics Education Special Interest Group. Previously, he served as an executive committee member of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics (BSRLM), the UK Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM), as Chair of the British Congress of Mathematics Education’s (BCME) Communications Committee as well as Co-Editor of the Mathematical Association’s (MA) Primary Mathematics Journal.

https://www.natthapoj.org/news-and-blog-posts/dr-trakulphadetkrai-is-promoted-to-associate-professor-of-mathematics-education-at-the-university-of-reading?fbclid=IwAR2WKmahOdq5Cq_uqf-ysUULCf4mZOzF8R1IxaI6lxRXBEdtiUCpuBr8S7E

The second week of Yamaha Summer Courses at Regent’s International School Bangkok

The second week of Yamaha Summer Courses at Regent’s International School Bangkok was loaded with good fun and music. Here are some photos from the junior drum, junior piano, drum, electric guitar and vocal classes.

Junior Piano is designed for young children. The main topics are Let’s listen, Let’s Play Together and Let’s Sing.

Drum Course is offered for students from beginner to advanced levels. Students learn to play the drums with precision in flexible styles, learning techniques, different dynamics and solo rhythm. Students also develop their aural skills by listening to different styles of music.

Vocal Course is offered for Pop, K-Pop, Folk, Country Vocal and Thai. These courses cover standing posture, breathing, using head and chest tones, singing intervals and scales and warm-up among other aspects of singing. Students will quickly notice progress.

Electric Guitar Course teaches basic to advanced techniques of guitar playing and music theory. Students will learn to play the guitar in a short period of time. We have instructors who specialize in pop, rock, blues, jazz. After the beginners’ level, students focus on in-depth analysis of harmony, chords and styles. Students will learn to play chord charts, solo and rhythm.

The Summer Courses are opened both in July and August from 10.00 a.m. to 6 p.m. To book please call the Yamaha Music Team on 093 669 9249, Line@yamahatheregents.

Hello Thailand featured the highly successful remote learning at Regent’s International School Bangkok

Hello Thailand featured the highly successful remote learning at Regent’s International School Bangkok. Mr. Peter Hogan, Principal, spoke with Khun Waraporn Siriboonma, Publisher and Managing Director of Hello Thailand about how Regent’s Remote Learning has earned such recognition in the field of education.

Regent’s has been incorporating academic excellent and modern technology for 20 years. The school is also recognized as one of the best international schools in Thailand. We are day and boarding school, accepting students aged 2 to 18.

Many thanks to the Hello Thailand for covering this achievement
Click here to find out more information
https://www.facebook.com/hellomagazinethailand/videos/830483790810514/
https://youtu.be/gBb5BKws-Fo

Hello! Magazine Online featured news about the very successful remote learning at Regent’s International School Bangkok.

Hello! Magazine Online featured news about the very successful remote learning at Regent’s International School Bangkok. Principal Mr. Peter Hogan, spoke with Khun Waraporn Siriboonma, Publisher and Managing Director of Hello Thailand about how Regent’s Remote Learning has earned such recognition in the field of education.
Click below to find out more information.
https://th.hellomagazine.com/education/regents-school-remote-learning/ 

Yamaha Music School at Regent’s International School Bangkok

Yamaha Music School at Regent’s International School Bangkok invites you to join the Yamaha Summer Courses starting on 1st July 2020. Classes are scheduled from Mondays to Fridays, 12.00 to 18.00 hrs. and on Saturdays from 10.00 to 18.00 hrs. Registration is open for all ages with many music instrument training programmes including piano, drum, violin, dance, vocal, guitar, and ukulele. Yamaha’s teaching team is well-qualified and many of Regent’s music talented and students have been trained by Yamaha staff. Yamaha Music School at Regent’s is located on the 4th floor of the Arts Building within a spacious area. To book, please call Yamaha Music Team on 093 669 9249, Line@yamahatheregents.

Swimming Summer Camp by Bangkok Aquatics at Regent’s International School Bangkok

Swimming Summer Camp by Bangkok Aquatics at Regent’s International School Bangkok is from 1 July to 8 August 2020 and is now open for registration. Bangkok Aquatics’ coaches are well-qualified and the camps are open to all ages of students. There will be 8 swimmers per coach for Club Senior, Club Junior and Discovery and 4 swimmers per coach for Explore. Training is scheduled for Mondays to Saturdays from 7.00 a.m. to 17.00 p.m. To register contact via Line@regentsschoolbkk                        
Click below to find out more and to register.
https://bit.ly/30UsD8L

Intensive Extra Tutorial Courses, Early Years classes, sports and music camps were featured by Channel 9 MCOT TV

Regent’s back to school Intensive Extra Tutorial Courses, Early Years classes, sports and music camps were featured by Channel 9 MCOT TV on the 1st July. Almost half the school are attending the Voluntary, additional sessions. Safety is a priority and all measures are based on the advice from the Ministry of Public Health. Click here to see what happened at our reopening.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynSbvDbRutg&feature=youtu.be

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