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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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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.

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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Secondary Swimming Gala 2018

At the end of last term, we were able to celebrate the notable talents of the Regent’s Secondary Students in the Swimming pool. We held our annual House Swimming Gala, which consisted of 75 competitive and well fought out races, with 250 students receiving personal medals and points for their House Team.  Performances of note came from Sun, Sebastian and Proud in the Junior and Intermediate races; while Louise, Lissa and Lhaki stood out in the Senior Section.

When the waters had calmed and all the points had been added together The Blue Sharks came out victorious, with Red Dragons in Second place, Yellow Tigers in Third and Green Crocodiles in Forth place.

We’d like to offer a huge thanks to all of the competitors, and staff who helped with the smooth running of the event. We look forward to our competitive TISAC Swimming Galas as they approach this term.  

At the end of last term, we were able to celebrate the notable talents of the Regent’s Secondary Students in the Swimming pool. We held our annual House Swimming Gala, which consisted of 75 competitive and well fought out races, with 250 students receiving personal medals and points for their House Team.  Performances of note came from Sun, Sebastian and Proud in the Junior and Intermediate races; while Louise, Lissa and Lhaki stood out in the Senior Section.

When the waters had calmed and all the points had been added together The Blue Sharks came out victorious, with Red Dragons in Second place, Yellow Tigers in Third and Green Crocodiles in Forth place.

We’d like to offer a huge thanks to all of the competitors, and staff who helped with the smooth running of the event. We look forward to our competitive TISAC Swimming Galas as they approach this term.  

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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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Tournament of Minds

On Sunday 25th March a team of budding young scientists and engineers went to Bangkok Prep International School to compete in the Tournament of Minds. With 497 students enrolled, this was Thailand’s biggest tournament ever.

The project brief was complex and challenging. The students had to design and build a lottery machine that randomly delivers a subset of numbered balls to determine which of the more than a million candidates would proceed to the next selection round and possibly win a trip to Mars in the event of a global apocalypse. The machine had to have a secret modification that could not be easily detected and which would improve the odds of preferred candidates being selected. The students also had to explain and justify why these candidates needed to be preferred.

The students involved were Na (Year 11), William (Year 10), Mimi (Year 10), Alex (Year 10), Andy (Year 9), Bless (Year 8) and Eagle (Year 7).

The judges were very impressed with the construction and design of the machine the students built, stating that it was one of the few they saw that day that “actually worked”.

The students also completed a five minute spontaneous challenge in the afternoon which tested their cognitive reasoning and teamwork skills.

Teaching staff were most impressed by the incredible work-ethic if our students. They overcame many setbacks in the design of their machine and they worked tirelessly for six weeks on the run up to the event as they were preparing for the challenge. They also stayed late on Friday, came into school on Saturday and spent extra time on Sunday perfecting their machine and rehearsing their performance.

The students reported that this was a truly life-changing experience and that they felt that had picked up invaluable skills during the process.

Primary Swimming Gala 2018

Regent’s annual Primary Swim Gala took place on Friday 16th March. The day began with Year 1 and 2 students competing in a series of fun relay events involving various flotation devices and balls. Yellow House gained the most points for the Year 1s and it was Red House who took the lead for the Year 2s. Next it was the turn of our Year 5 and 6 students, who competed using more traditional swim strokes. This was a hotly contested affair, with all the Houses gaining lots of points. However it was Yellow House who were victorious for the Year 5’s and 6’s combined. By the afternoon it was time for the Year 3 and 4 students to complete their races. Once again the points were shared fairly evenly amongst the Houses. However it was the Green Crocodiles who collected the most wins and points to go towards their entire House total score. Once all the points were added up Green House raised the Swim House Cup aloft to rapturous applause from the students in their House. A very well done to all the students who took part; a fun and very wet day was had by all.

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John Bull Visit to Regent’s

Regents International School Bangkok recently hosted Professor John Bull from Plymouth University in the UK. He met with students and spoke with them about the wide range of environmental issues our world now faces and how students are the future of maintaining our planet. Some topical issues such as air pollution, overpopulation and mass extinction were discussed and students left feeling motivated and eager to make a change.

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British Science Week: Elephant Toothpaste Experiment

On Wednesday 14th March students had the opportunity to perform the infamous Elephant’s Toothpaste experiment. A catalytic decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide using Potassium Iodide as a Catalyst, add in some washing up liquid and food colouring and you get some amazing results.

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