Regent's International School, Bangkok

Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.


May 2018

Regent’s Student earns finalist spot in The 4th Siam International Piano Competition 2018

Congratulations to Amarin “Tao” Wexler for being invited to perform at The 4th Siam International Piano Competition 2018. Despite still recovering from his arm injury and still taking on physio treatments he was placed as one of the finalists.  We are all looking forward to his full recovery.

Year 5 and 6 Primary FOBISIA

Year 5 and 6 students from Regent’s International School competed in an exhilarating FOBISIA Games in Phuket. The student’s took part in Swimming, Athletics, Tee-ball and Football competitions against schools from all over Asia.

Regent’s won 30 medals in the pool and 30 medals on the track and gained 3rd place in the Swimming and Tee-ball events.

Every student won at least 1 medal, they all performed brilliantly and we are very proud of their achievements.

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Eve Takes Gold in Asian Junior Figure Skating Challenge

Congratulations to Eve Nitchisa in Year 9 who has been chosen by the Figure & Speed Skating Assciation of Thailand to represent the National Team B. She also won a gold medal and trophy in the Asian Junior Figure Skating Challenge 2017/2018 in Basic Novice Subgroup B.   There were a total of 132 skaters competing from Thailand, China, Hong kong, Indonesia, Philippines, China, Taipei, Russia, Singapore and USA. Well done Eve!

Mam mam takes gold in Yamaha Music Festival 2018

Mam mam our Year 3 student won the Yamaha Gold Prize for successfully performing in a violin ensemble.  This was part of Yamaha Thailand Music Festival 2018. Well done Mam mam!

2T Class Assembly

2T were captured by the evil Darth Vader and stranded them on the death star. Being May 4th, they used the force to bring their car that they made in DT to the death star and the fairy made it real and rocket powered too! After they escaped, they had to find their way back to Thailand. They landed in rainy England where Mary Anning and her dog helped them along their way. They then met Woody and a very sad Buzz. Luckily, the children had written letters to persuade Woody to be nice so this cheered Buzz up and he took them to the next part of their journey. Here they met The Snail and The Whale who helped them to surf their way back to Thailand! After an amazing journey the children discovered how well they worked as a team and were very proud of what they had achieved this year!

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Under 13 and Under 15 TISAC Badminton Champions

There were gold medals for  Korn and Khawklong in the U15 Boys Doubles at the  TISAC Badminton Tournament while Karn dominated her competition winning gold in the U13 Girls Singles event for the second year in a row. Poon and Yanin came runners up in U15 Girls Doubles.  All the students involved performed brilliantly.

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Secondary Swimming TISAC Competition

At the Secondary School TISAC Swimming competition Regent’s swimmers brought home an amazing haul of 37 medals – 15 gold, 9 silver and 13 bronze. Notable swimmers were Sebastian (Year 7) and Proud (Year 8) who won all of their individual events. It was wonderful to see all the Regent’s swimming team supporting and encouraging each other and showing excellent team work.

Regent’s finished in 2nd place overall with the U13 team ranked 3rd and the U15 team narrowly missed out on 1st place.

It was a magnificent effort by everyone. We look forward to another successful swimming season 2018-2019.

TISAC Primary Choral Day

On Thursday 26th April students from Years 3, 4 and 5 joined the TISAC Primary Choral event.  At the end of a busy day of rehearsals they performed the repertoire that day to to a large audience. Students worked hard to ensure that all the audience, staff and the students involved shared an amazing concert!

STEM Day F1 Racing Car Prototype Design

On 2nd May Regent’s students took part in a STEM Day (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in Bangkok. Talented students from Y7 Maths, Y9 Design Technology and Y12 IB Physics participated in several challenges.
The Maths challenge related to ‘The World of Cars – Maths in Motion’ – an exciting, competitive and fun Challenge. The Design Technology Challenge was to design and develop a prototype of a F1 racing car. Y12 IB Physics students were delving into the world of Quantum Physics, the aim to decide, ‘What is light?’
The day was great fun and all students had a fantastic time They were split into groups working collaboratively with students from other schools.

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