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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!

Momo First Prize in Singing Contest

Congratulations to Wanish Boonwanishawat (Momo), a Year 8 student at Regent’s International School, Bangkok who has recently won the First Prize and popular vote in the music challenge “Singing Contest” on 23 March 2018. Well done Momo!

Xin Xia has been awarded prizes in three International Competitions

Regent’s student six year old Xinxia is the youngest person in Thailand to be awarded The American Protege International Piano and Strings Competition and be invited to perform at Carnegie Hall , New York.

Thannapas Luanpitpong (Xinxia)  has been awarded prizes in three International Competitions. She is the winner of The American Protege International Piano and Strings Competition 2018, winner of the Gold Prize in the American Association for the Development of  the Gifted and Talented’s ” Passion of Music ” 2018 Festival and second place (Young Musicians Category) of the American Protege International Competition of Romantic Music 2017.

Her recital took place in New York on Saturday 11th March.  Xinxia is the latest of a number of our talented musicians to perform at Carnegie Hall and we are delighted with her outstanding international  success.

Year 6 Student claims victory at the 2017 Thailand Ice Hockey Competition in the U10’s division

A huge congratulations to Tanat Bandapraneat Year 6V (Jiro) for his Ice hockey team,  the Canstar Rangers Navy, victory at the 2017 Thailand Ice Hockey Competition in the U10’s division. He played in the defense for this competition preventing the opposition from scoring at every opportunity.

If he keeps this up, we are sure he’ll go on to claim more victories in the future.

Regents Student represents Thailand in Moscow in the ‘Music Without Borders’ programme

Tao received the opportunity to go to Moscow in December and participate in the “Music without Borders” programme as a young music ambassador. He performed in celebration of the 120 year relationship between Thailand and Russia.  The programme was presented by Ms. Irina Novikova who selected the most talented Thai young pianists to travel to Russia.
Tao was honored to receive an award and gifts from the Royal Thai Embassy in Moscow after his group performed the Thai Royal Anthem and a classical piano piece.  There was opera singing from other special guests and many performances of traditional Russian dances and stories.  Tao had a great experience to exchange and explore culture, language, music, art, food, and make many friends.

Regent’s student received Gold Prize at Yamaha Thailand Music Festival 2018

Huge Congratulations to Xinxia, a 6 years old student at Regent’s International School, Bangkok for her wonderful achievement at the YTMF Yamaha Thailand Music Festival 2018. She has received a Yamaha Gold Prize for piano competition and has also been awarded the Yamaha gold prize for singing competition.

Well done Xinxia! The school is very proud of you and wish you to continue success as a musician. You are a role model to other students and an example to young musicians.

Jenny Ham’s recent success at Singha Gold Tournament

Year 12 student Jenny Ham has just returned from a successful golf tour in Asia. She entered a number of tournaments and emerged victorious at the 2017-18 TGA Singha Junior Golf Championships held at the prestigious Dynasty Golf and Country Club. Jenny competed against and beat off stiff opposition from other top junior golfers from all around Asia, and now takes one step closer to her dream of becoming a professional golfer. It is always great to see Regent’s students performing and excelling in sporting pursuits outside of school, and a great advert for the calibre of students we have here at Regent’s International School. Congratulations and well done to Jenny!

Student received offer at Central Saint Martins in London

Ms. Suksakaow Mahuttanatan (May), a student at Regent’s International School Bangkok, has received an offer to study at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, in London, UK.

Central Saint Martins has a world-class reputation, producing famous practitioners in the fields of fashion, fine art, graphic design and architecture. Notable alumni include Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Terrance Conran, Bruce Oldfiled and John Galliano.

May’s time at Regent’s helped her to learn the fundamental skills of art and design. Art teacher, Felicity Harris, said: “May is a very determined young lady, with perseverance and tenacity. She enjoyed using paint and loved creating her own compositions, experimenting with juxtaposing colours and textures.”

May was also privileged to be amongst the artists involved in the creation of the Royal Crematorium.

In the course of her education at Regent’s, May has developed her English skills to a very high standard, opening up to her world of international education. Regent’s is very proud to nurture and develop the talent of a young artist with the potential to achieve at the very highest level.

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