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Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.

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Planting tomato seeds in Reception!

We begin a new term with a new topic – GROWING. We planted tomato seeds this week and will be taking care of them by watering the every day and making sure that they get enough sunshine. Let’s hope that we can grow some delicious tomatoes!

“Weighing things up” in Reception!

We have been using the seesaw in the playground to help us to learn about weight. We found out who was heavier, lighter or about the same weight as ourselves.
We also used balances and cubes to weigh different objects around us.

By Mrs. Helen Normoyle, Reception Teacher

Welcome letter from Head of Primary

a-Rachel_0002webDear Parent,

We have enjoyed another wonderful week of successes in the Primary and Early Years departments. The first great news that came to me on Sunday was that our Primary Team came 2nd in the Tournament of Mind competition at ISB.

Our team beat all the other schools in Bangkok and were awarded the 1st place in Thailand. As a community we are very proud of the children who competed as the tasks are very challenging and all ‘student led’. The children and Miss Golland (supporting teacher) gave up many of their lunch hours to practice their performance and prepare for the tasks. A very big ‘well done’ to them all and a big thank you to Miss Golland.

This week the Under 11 girls had a wonderful match against SIS and won 2:1. Again this was a very proud moment for the whole school community.

Have a wonderful weekend!

With best wishes,
Rachel

Early Years Celebrate Pancake Day

We celebrated Shrove Tuesday (pancake day) by making pancakes, tasting pancakes and even racing with a frying pan & tossing a pancake!

Early Data Handling and budding pianist in Reception

We have started to think about making choices and doing simple surveys in maths this week. We found out which sports day activity we liked the best – running or hurdles and represented this in a simple Venn diagram. We made up our own surveys too and questioned our friends to see what they liked best.

By Ms. Helen Normoyle

Tonpo played the piano brilliantly for Reception N last week with his Piano teacher Khun Toey.

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