Regent's International School, Bangkok

Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.



Primary FOBISIA Maths Results

We now have the results for the FOBISIA Maths competition that Sun, Jojo, Data and Tara in Year 6 attended earlier this month.

The Regent’s team came in 15th place out of 29 schools from across South East Asia.
We are very proud of the hard work our students put in to preparing for the competition and for their efforts in the competition itself. It is a very challenging competition with the best mathematicians from each school competing. Our team worked incredibly well together and their excellent team work as well as their outstanding Maths abilities led to a successful result. Mr. Jarrett, our team coach, is already looking to our talented mathematicians in Years 5 and 4 to make a team to compete next year.
Well done team Regent’s!

Key Stage 3 Regent’s Stars

Congratulations to this term’s Key Stage 3 Regent’s Stars! These students achieved outstanding grades on their Term 1 report – scoring an average below 1.3 (1 = significantly above average, 4 = significantly below average) for their effort grades.


Our Stars are: Y7 – Baipat, Y8 – Alex, Plub and Shree, Y9 Ken, Khawpann, Midi, Sarah and Sunny. I look forward to seeing more Key Stage 3 students join the list of Stars next term.

English Learning Environment Awards

Well done to the following students who have demonstrated and promoted the use of the English language in our English learning environment. Keep up the good work and keep inspiring your peers!

PN 1– Abhee
PN 2 – Cougar
ND – Pin
RP – Avril
RN – Tori
1B – Putter N
1W – Ing
2T – Kai
2F – Kane
3V – Pitta
3M – Peggy
4P – Nao
4G – Sophia
5T – Eric
5D – Layla
6N – Bing
6J – Bam

Mr Vosko – Bank 4P
Mr Brown – Yugen 1W
Mrs Sirisom – Kai 2T

Reach for the Stars

It has been an incredibly successful first term. I am glad to report that our students are working hard and their grades are improving. Whereas in the first half of the term, only 3 students were Stars (meaning their average report grades were 1.3 or better), the second half of term has 13 Stars. They are Baipat in Year 7, Shree, Plub and Alex in Year 8, Sarah, Sunny, Ken, Midi and Khawpann in Year 9 and Natalie, Mona, Ani and Lissa in Year 10. This is an amazing achievement.

Over the term, teachers have awarded 6284 plus points to students (an average of 21 per student) and 678 minus points (an average of 2 per student.) Again, this is a fantastic statistic. The most successful form of all are Dr Sweeting’s Year 10 Yellow House form (some of whom are pictured.) They have an awesome average of 39 plus points per student.
The students are, without a doubt, working hard – and we are very proud of their efforts.
I have a slogan. It goes, “Work hard, work hard and come to school (on time.)” I am sorry to report that there are 27 students who have not met my expectations to do with attendance. There are another 18 students who are late more than I would like. Absence and lateness affect the learning of students very badly. I would ask all parents to support the school in this important area of their children’s education.

By Mr. Charles Barrow, Deputy Head

Key Stage 1 Stars of the week

This weeks Year 1 and Stars of the Week are: Leon, Baby, Sebastian and Anya! Well done!

English Stars of the Month

To reward those who show determination in English, we have created a ‘Stars of English’ newsboard to give recognition to students who are working above and beyond their teachers’ expectations.

See our ‘stars’ this month!

Amy - Y7 - English Star

Amy – Year 7

Amy works incredibly hard in English. Her classwork and homework are always of an excellent standard and show great care and effort.
Ms Brookes





Kam - Y10 - English StarKam – Year 10

Kam’s short story this month was fantastic and she put a great deal of effort into writing and redrafting it. Kam is always polite and hardworking, and as a result all of her work is of a similar high standard.
Dr Sweeting




Mint – Year 13

Mint - Y13 English StarThis month, Mint has redrafted her written task, completed two practice questions and volunteered to re-write an essay to improve it. This is representative of the huge effort she has put in since joining Regent’s and Mint has made fantastic progress as a result.
Dr Sweeting

Well done to all of you – keep up the good work!

Primary Stars of the Week! (Week 12)

The children in KS1 continue to work hard and increase their learning. This makes it very difficult for the class Teachers to chose just 1 Star of the Week! Here are the photos of our learning Stars this week, just after they received their certificates in our KS1 assembly!

Students of the Month

Put incredible effort into his Reading Log’, ‘positive attitude in every lesson’ and ‘improved participation in school sport’ were some of the reasons students were nominated to be October’s Student of the Month.

I am very proud of the effort and achievements of all students in Key Stage 3, but special praise goes to this month’s winners:

Year 7 – Pup, Tony, Xiaoxin
Year 8 – Gift, Mimi S, Zahra
Year 9 – Earn, Ken, Punch

By Bethany Roberts, Assistant KS3

Students of the Month (Secondary)

I would like to congratulate Amy, Au and Jija (Year 7), Alex, Jimmy and Shree (Year 8) and An-An, Natasha and Sylvia (Year 9) on being our Key Stage 3 Students of the Month for September.


Teachers nominate students for their outstanding effort, work, kindness, helpfulness and many other reasons. I am proud we have so many students trying so hard and making excellent progress and look forward to hearing next month’s nominations.

By Ms. Bethany Roberts, Assistant Head – KS3

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