Regent's International School, Bangkok

Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.


November 2015

Important Dates This December (Primary)

4th Friday King’s Birthday Celebration 13.20
7th Mon King’s birthday – school closed
11th Friday The Grumpy Sheep – Early Years Nativity – 9.30 am
15th Tues Reports to Parents
15th Tues Early Years Christmas Open Afternoon
16th Weds Christmas Concert (change of date)
17th Thurs Parent Consultation from 14.00 (change of date)
18th Friday Party Day – Last day of term – half day

Messages from the Heads of School (Week 13 2015)

From Mr. Brian Irving, Head of Secondary

It my pleasure once again to welcome a group of Secondary Parents to school to engage in a presentation on the Changing Teenage Brain where we looked at some of the neuroscience behind why teenagers behave as they do. I shall shortly be making an abridged version of the presentation available, in addition to the key points translated into Thai.
Last week, the Secondary students participated valiantly in our annual Sports Day. Despite the searing heat, the various events were all competed for competitively and this year we had a staff team in the mix whose fortunes were mixed. An excellent event that was enjoyed by all who attended!
On Monday we welcomed Peter Dalglish to school again to talk to the students and staff about his many and varied experiences of giving service to others. As inspirational as usual, Mr Dalglish enthralled the audience and encouraged the students and staff to make a lasting difference to the lives of people much less fortunate than ourselves.

Have a learning filled week.

From Mrs. Rachel Perkins, Head of Primary

Dear Parent,

It is amazing how time flies when you are having fun. The weeks now seem to be wizzing along to Christmas and I can not believe that we only have three weeks left of this term.
The school is preparing for the festive season and the children are all beginning to rehearse for their Christmas performances. Please check the ‘Important Dates’ section and add all these exciting events to your diary. Another fun event that we are planning is the Early Years Open Afternoon where all the children will have a wonderful, fun filled afternoon and even a special visit from Father Christmas, please tell your friends and family and register your place with the Admissions team. The weekend the school will be at Ploenchit Fair and I hope to see you all there, having fun and hopefully joining us on the water slide. I am sure it will be a great event and a fantastic way to raise money for charity.
Have a great weekend!
with best wishes

Visual Arts trip to Bangkok Sculpture Center

This term Year 12 IB pupils have started a new topic on sculpture. To inspire them, we visited the Bangkok Sculpture Center which celebrates sculptural​ art of Thailand.

The collection shows work from the ancient Buddhist period to the rise of the modern era which has been influenced by the history, social issues and transitions of Thailand.

The pupils thoroughly enjoyed their day and have come back bursting with creative ideas, so come and see their sculpture exhibition next term!

Secondary Dates (Until End of Term 1)

November 2015
Sat 28th U11 Basketball Tournament
Ploenchit Fair
Mon 30th –Wed 9th Year 11 and 13 Mock Examinations begin

December 2015
Tues 1st TISAC Secondary Athletics
Fri 4th HM King’s Birthday Celebrations
Mon 7th HM King’s Birthday- school closed
Tue 8th Year 8 Science and Art Trip to the Aquarium
Thur 10th Year 11 and 13 Mock Examinations end
Wed 16th Whole School Christmas Concert
Thur 17th Years 7-10 and 12 Parents’ Consultation Afternoon
Fri 18th End of Term 1- school finishes at 12.30
Sat 19th Dec – Sun 10th January Holiday

Key Stage 1 Stars of the week

This weeks Year 1 and Stars of the Week are: Leon, Baby, Sebastian and Anya! Well done!

Early Years: Making Krathongs

Thank you Kru Chaweewan and Kru Kaew for helping us to make krathongs to take home for our own Loy Krathong celebrations.

  • Ms. Helen Normoyle, Reception Teacher

TISAC Junior Mathematics Relay Competition

On Friday 13th November, 2015 The Regent’s School sent 4 teams of 4 students to the TISAC Junior Mathematics Relay Competition. The Competition was held at Ascot International School. The students who participated were:

Team 1: Baipat Phongprapat Y7, William Wang Y8, Sarah Khor Y9, Molly Wei Y9
Team 2: Jessie Choi Y7, Plub Sakulkerewatana Y8, Sunny Park Y9, Gain Unakul Y8
Team 3: , Andy Song Y7, Alex Sangthongnirundorn Y8, Khawpann Visutthiwong Y9, Natasha Denisyuk Y9
Team 4: , Conc Aroonpairoj Y7, Shree Dubey Y8, Fay Sinchai Y7, Anzu Ito Y9

The best placed team out of the 22 teams who competed was Team 3 who were joint fourth. There was only a trophy for the first and second placed teams but everybody who entered was given a certificate which will be presented to them in assembly in the near future.

English Stars of the Month

To reward those who show determination in English, we have created a ‘Stars of English’ newsboard to give recognition to students who are working above and beyond their teachers’ expectations.

See our ‘stars’ this month!

Amy - Y7 - English Star

Amy – Year 7

Amy works incredibly hard in English. Her classwork and homework are always of an excellent standard and show great care and effort.
Ms Brookes





Kam - Y10 - English StarKam – Year 10

Kam’s short story this month was fantastic and she put a great deal of effort into writing and redrafting it. Kam is always polite and hardworking, and as a result all of her work is of a similar high standard.
Dr Sweeting




Mint – Year 13

Mint - Y13 English StarThis month, Mint has redrafted her written task, completed two practice questions and volunteered to re-write an essay to improve it. This is representative of the huge effort she has put in since joining Regent’s and Mint has made fantastic progress as a result.
Dr Sweeting

Well done to all of you – keep up the good work!

Mehendi Patterns in Early Years

Reception and Nursery have been learning about the festival of Diwali. We were lucky enough to have a professional mehndi artist, Miss Charmi, come into school and paint beautiful patterns on the children’s hands. The children were very patient while waiting for their paint to dry!

By Ms. Kirsty Perry, Reception Teacher

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