Regent's International School, Bangkok

Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.


December 2016

Virtual Geography

In the last week Year 13 students have been going on ‘virtual geography’ trips experiencing some of the things which are generally too far away or too dangerous to see in real life. To supplement their studies of hazards they ‘visited’ a volcano and explored the underground features such as magma chamber, main vents and subduction zone. They saw volcanic bombs and laving erupting all from the safety of the classroom.
We also explored underwater to look at marine ecosystems and even went to the moon.
The possibilities for geography, as well as many other subjects, are limitless and we will be experimenting with this technology across more classes in 2017.

Year 9 Outdoor Education Trip

Students Bell, Benz, and Kitty take the cheer-leading trophy home again!

Our students Bell (Year 7), Benz (Year 8), and Kitty (Year 9) took the cheer-leading trophy home again! Together with their team they won a gold medal at the Thailand Cheer-leading Championship 2016.
Congratulations to the ‘Junior All Girl’ team.

Proud (Y7) represented Thai youth at Children’s International Summer Village

On Dec 6, 2016, Proud from Year 7YH received a certificate from Pol.Gen.Adul Sangsingkeo, Minister of Social Development and Human Security Ministry for representing Thai youth at Children’s International Summer Village. She was with 15 other students who represented their own country at Vestfold, Norway during July.

IGCSE Art Mock Exam

The Year 11’s have been working exceptionally hard this term making their artwork for the mock IGCSE examination. The question paper for this examination was :”hidden”, can you guess how they’ve interpreted the word?


IB English Language and Literature lessons have been exciting this week with our Y12 cohort sitting their very first Further Oral Activity. In response to the topic ‘Language in a Cultural Context’, the students performed a role play where they had to demonstrate their knowledge of how our culture, gender, age and ethnicity can determine the way we both utilise and understand language. From YouTube videos, speeches, television debates to ‘mockumentaries’, the students engaged their audience with fine theatrical skills, making full use of props and costumes. The week has been highly entertaining and has left Miss Neill and Mr Anderson full of pride that we have such hardworking and talented students.

Christmas and New Year wishes from Boarding

With a long and busy term coming to an end, and with the holiday season in sight, our Boarding Prefects took the time to organise a Christmas Party for everyone in Boarding. Speaking nicely to our caterers they were lucky to be able to arrange a slightly more traditional Christmas meal, which was followed by some games and even more party food! There was even a visit from Santa, who took time out of his busy December schedule to deliver ‘Secret Santa’ presents to everyone. A fantastic, fun and festive time was had by all. A special thanks to all the prefects for organising the event.

Wishing all students and their families a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We hope you have a lovely holiday and come back refreshed and motivated in January.

From the Head of Girls’ boarding:

The Girls’ Boarding House staff would like to extend our best wishes to all of our parents for the holiday season. The girls have been kind, caring and enthusiastic all term and deserve a well-earned rest. We are looking forward to welcoming them back in January. The boarding house will open again on Saturday January 7th and we would like to remind all parents or guardians to let us know when their daughters will be returning. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Jenny Ham collects her winner’s cup

Music scholar and  talented golfer Jenny Ham has proved her abilities  yet again. She won the first Truevision Singha Junior Golf Tournament of the season and was presented with the Best Player of the Year Award on the Truevisions Tour Circuit for 2015-2016. Also she collected her winner’s cup in the 8th Albatross International Golf Championship 2016 in New Delhi.

Well done Jenny!


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