Regent's International School, Bangkok

Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.



Congratulations Christmas card winners

Each year in the Primary school we host a Christmas card competition and this year the theme was Christmas trees. The entries were of a very high standard and six winners were selected from each year group. Please find the winners listed below:-
Year 1 Scarlett
Year 2 Pam Pam
Year 3 Deeday
Year 4 Krishnai
Year 5 Tigger
Year 6 Bless


Early Years Christmas Open Afternoon

We were joined by nearly 30 children during our annual Early Years Christmas Open Afternoon. The children and their families enjoyed a variety of activities, a delicious party tea and a visit from Santa. The afternoon was concluded with a very festive singalong. Our next Open Afternoon will be just before Songkran and the theme will be ‘Easter’.

More photos on Facebook! 

End of Term Messages: Heads of Primary and Secondary

Head of Primary, Mrs. Rachel Perkins:

Dear Parents,

a-Rachel_0002webAs the end of Term 1 draws to a close I am reflecting on the wonderful experiences we have all shared as part of our whole school community. The first occasion was the fabulous concert which was held in the first week of term to celebrate the school’s anniversary. The second large event that we will participated in was the wonderful Loy Krathong festival where all the children performed beautifully and the community feel was as strong as ever. Another highlight this term was a Halloween Dress up day and our World Food Day which many long lasting memories were made.
Now it is time for the school community to celebrate being with their families, taking a well deserved rest and recharging the batteries for Term 2.
I will look forward to welcoming you and your child back to school on Monday the 11th of January 2016.

I hope you have a merry Christmas and a happy New Year.

With best wishes,

Head of Secondary, Mr. Brian Irving:

Dear Parents,
a-Brian_0002webAnother busy term has ended. So many events and functions have taken place that it would be foolish to list them for fear of missing one out and offending those students and staff involved. Needless to say, we as a community are all ready for a break, a time to recharge our ‘batteries’ and to spend an extended period of quality time with our family and friends enjoying all this festive season brings.
New Year is usually a time for reflection of the previous year, but also a time to look forward to the excitement and challenges of the year to come. For our examination groups in particular, Terms Two and Three may be both life-changing and future-determining times where the hard work and determination they apply will be rewarded with outstanding and ‘door-opening’ examination results; any less than this does not bear thinking about.
May I wish all of our families my best festive wishes and a New Year full of optimism, opportunities and open doors!

Warmest regards,

Christmas Party at the Good Shepherd Sisters

Representatives from the Student Council helped to make the Christmas party at the Good Shepherd Sister’s very special. They played games and gave out the colouring books and pencils everyone in Primary generously donated as gifts. Some of the money raised from Halloween was used to buy chicken and sticky rice for the children too. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Christmas appeal this year!

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By Mrs. Helen Normoyle

The Grumpy Sheep

Today we were treated to a wonderful performance on The Grumpy Sheep by the Early Years Department. The children all acted, sang and danced beautifully and the audience thoroughly enjoyed the show. Well done Early Years and thank you for such a wonderful start to our Christmas festivities.

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Thank you for all the colouring books and pencils!

A very big thank you to everyone for supporting the Christmas Appeal this year. Representatives from the Student Council will be taking all of them to the Christmas Party at the Good Shepherd Sisters Centre to give as gifts to the children there.

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