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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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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.

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!

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.

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.

U13 Football Festival April 5th

After a long season of football, the U13 Boys competed in their final games of the season this week. During our first festival of games, Regent’s did extremely well winning convincingly against SIS and the hosts BCIS and drawing 2 – 2 with SISB.

There was all to play for coming into the final festival which we were hosting. We came up against our closest rivals SISB in the first game, unfortunately narrowly missing out 2-1. The boys fought hard, with Sun scoring a fantastic goal in the second half. With that result, we knew we had to play well and go for the win against SIS in our final game. The team put in a superb effort, playing some very supportive and intelligent football. We had a number of opportunities to score, but the opposition goalkeeper and defenders always seemed to just get the final touch to divert the ball wide of the goal! Despite the amazing effort of the team, Regent’s finished the season a very respectable second in their league. Well done and good luck for next year!

 

Under 13 Girls Football Team Final Festival

The U13 Girls Football team attended their final festival at Bromsgrove on Monday 2nd April. They did exceptionally well by beating SIS 2-0 and going on to beat Charter 5-0. They had to play the strongest team, BIST,  last of all. It was a hard fought game and Regent’s managed to keep the score line down to a 2-0 defeat. There were some stand out performances, particularly from Bell who did a fantastic job of marking the most skillful player from the BIST team. This helped us significantly with the final scoreline.
Throughout the season the players have shown great skill, determination and support to one another. Overall the team finished second in their league. They should feel very proud of this achievement.
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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.

Senior Girls Football Victory

After a morning of energetic competition at the  Regent’s Swim Gala, our senior girls football team were on the pitch this afternoon. After a tense first festival, we were drawn at the top with 107 and SIS, so today bought everything to play for.

We faced St Andrew’s 107 first and took a little time to settle. The second half saw us dominate and push for a goal we couldn’t seem achieve and the game ended 1-1.

The second match saw us face off against Bromsgrove-always a friendly but unpredictable game. The girls settled in quickly and with our top scorer Pin up front, she gave use a 2-0 lead. Inspired by this, Lissa found the back of the net in the second half sealing our win 3-0.

This took us into the final game needing a win against close rivals SIS. It was a closely fought, passionate game which saw both sides demonstrating their fantastic ability. We pushed hard for a goal, which we had to wait for until the 2nd half. Lissa’ s persistence paid off as she slotted in a spectacular goal in the final few minutes of the game.

A truly well deserved league win for the girls.

 

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