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The Regent's International School, Bangkok

Day and Boarding school for ages 3 – 18.

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Primary and Secondary Open House 23 October 2018

You are cordially invited to attend the Primary and Secondary Open House at Regent’s International School Bangkok on Tuesday, 23rd October from 9.00 – 12.00 hrs. at the school (Pracha-Uthit Road, Wangthonglang, opposite to Royal Embassy of Cambodia)

Regent’s International School Bangkok is day and boarding school. Accepting children from the aged 2 to 18 years old. We offer the British curriculums from Early Years Foundation Stage, to IGCSE (Year 10 – 11) and the I.B. Diploma (Year 12 – 13).

Visiting families will meet with the Principal, the Heads of the Schools and many teaching staff. In addition, you will get to know about the admissions process, the school curriculum and student life at Regent’s.

Regent’s is home to excellent students from around the world. We are British International School that offers holistic education based upon the Early Year foundation Stage, the English National Curriculum and the International Baccalaureate Programme. As IB graduates, Regent’s students receive offers from top universities around the world including Oxford, Cambridge, LSE, Berkley, Cornell and many more.

Pre-register for the event, call 02 957 5777 ext. 202, 222 or 092 362 8888 or email admissions-bkk@regents.ac.th

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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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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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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!

Grandparents Day 2018

Grandparents were invited to come to school and shared their knowledge and wisdom with the children on 27 April 2018 at Regent’s International School Bangkok.

This event included a tour of the school and an assembly for 50 grandparents of students from the Early Years and Year 1 – 6. Grandparents and grandchildren shared lunch together and played outside.

Grandparents took part in lessons by sharing their experiences in class answering questions such as  “What toys did you play with when you were a child?”, “How did you travel to school?”, “What was your favourite subject in school?”, “What are your memories of school trips?”, “How was technology different when you were in school?” and “What playground games did you play?”.

All  Early Years and Primary students learnt from the good old days of their grandparents.

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Robin Hood and The Sherwood Hoodies Production

On Tuesday 3rd April 2018 Year 3 and 4 performed “Robin and the Sherwood Hoodies”- an amazing show based on the story of Robin Hood. The Year 4 children acted out the story and Year 3 led the singing and dancing.
The children did a fantastic job of entertaining the parents, visitors and children in the auditorium. Everyone really enjoyed the whole experience.
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Primary Cricket Workshop

Regent’s were very lucky to welcome England Cricket legend Mike Gatting to school last week. Mr Gatting was captain of the England team for twenty-three Test matches and is  known and respected as a cricketer throughout the world. Our Year 2 and Year 4 students received a special lesson from Mike, where they learnt how to improve their fielding and batting skills, crucial to any striking and fielding game. They were led through a circuit of activities where they were shown how to improve their skills in throwing a ball, hitting a target and catching a ball from different heights. Students are very excited about putting his coaching tips into action next term.

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Under 11 Football Festival 31/03/18

Regent’s International School, Bangkok hosted our first Under 11 Boys football tournament last week and 12 international schools attended. After battling through wind and rain our students gained victories over St. Andrews and BCIS. Well done for a fantastic effort from everyone involved!

We look forward to hosting more tournaments in the future.

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