Regent's International School, Bangkok

Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.


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English Learning Environment Awards

Many congratulations to this weeks English Learning Environment Awards Winners!

PN 1- Anya
PN 2 – Molly
ND – Green
RP – Tee
RN – Nic
1B – Josh
1W – Oat
2T – Ping Ping
2F – Rotbus
3V – Sangdad
3M – Putter
4P – Putty
4G – Timmy
5T – Eric
5D – Noko
6N – Catherine
6J – Proud

Mr Vosko – Zidi 5T
Mr Brown – Ryoma 6N
Mrs Sirisom – Arfaa 3V
Mr Rumple – Omsub 5T

Regent’s Book Worms

We love reading in the English department and we recommend all students read for at least 30 minutes a week at home.

Five Word Reviews give us a taste of what our students are reading and enjoying: why not have a look at these 5 Word Reviews to help you select your next reading book? Feel free to add your own Five Word Review!

By Ms Lucy Brookes, English Teacher


The English Department would like to congratulate the following students for being January 2016’s ‘English Stars of the Month’ for exemplary behaviour and effort.
Star of the week
Jeong Woo – Year 11
Jeong Woo has worked extremely hard to improve his English over the last year; he has made so much progress that he has been moved up two sets. He is the perfect example that ‘hard work really does pay off’!

Deep – Year 13
Deep’s grades have improved steadily during his time in the IB Language and Literature course. He takes on board feedback given by the teacher, reads the texts carefully and is mindful to structure his essay responses effectively. Well done Deep!


MayMay – Year 8
MayMay worked extremely hard during term One; so hard, in fact, that she has been moved into Set 1. She takes great care with homework and always listens carefully in class, most of all, she makes great efforts to read at home which is why she has won the award this month!

English Learning Environment Awards 20/11/15

Congratulations to the students who have earned the English Learning Environment (ELE) Award this week!

This award is awarded to the students who demonstrate that they only use English to communicate both in and outside of the classroom thus allowing children (especially those who are not native-English speakers) to become effective English communicators.

PN 1- Lukas
PN 2 – Isla
ND – Mimi
RP – Tae Tae
RN – Puno
1B – Josh
1W – Leon
2T – Justin
2F – Angie
3V – Getter
3M – Peem
4P – Austin
4G – Juna
5T – Faye
5D -Ileen
6N – Heart
6J – Tanya

Mr Vosko Miyu 4G
Mrs Sirisom- Justin 2T
Mr Rumple – Neena 6N
Mr Brown – Mook 6J

SALAD (Speaking And Listening All Day) Day

On Friday 2nd October, Regent’s Secondary School held their first ever SALAD Day. No, this does not mean everybody in the building ate salad for the whole day; SALAD is a literacy initiative originating in the UK which helps generate more focus around speaking and listening skills. SALAD stands for Speaking And Listening All Day; the clue is in the title! For all KS3 students and teachers pens and writing on devices was absolutely banned and all learning had to take place through performance or discussion related tasks.

All departments went to an extra special effort to make these lesson exciting and the school was buzzing with the hum of activity all morning. Teachers had very tightly structured lessons to make sure each students was taking part and was given the chance to speak; it was certainly impressive to see the both the quality and variety of lesson our Regent’s teachers were able to create for our students.

We can’t wait until the next SALAD Day!

By Miss Heather Neill, Head of English

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