Regent's International School, Bangkok

Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.


primary school

KS1 Stars of the Week

The children in Key Stage 1 continue to work hard and they continue to make it difficult for their teachers to choose just one Star of the Week.

Due to a very busy period we where very lucky to hand out the Star of the Star of the Week Certificates for two weeks in this week assembly. This meant that we celebrated 8 children’s great work and achievements together.

A huge well done to the children and the teachers are delighted to have such a difficult decision to make!

Fantastic Year 6 student writing: Titanium

There’s always fantastic work that goes on throughout school that we thought it would be great to share some! Here’s a great article written by a student in Year 6:

As the eerie sound of loneliness approached, the school had been destroyed. Paper flew everywhere like birds flying through the sky. Books spilled across the floor, lockers flew open as the school stood in silence. The beautiful, perfect school was gone. Gone. Instead it turned into a dirty, damp school. If a school was like that, would you go there?

Sitting down, shivering with fear, the boy realized what he had done. Tears rolled slowly down his face as he wiped them away. He didn’t know what had happened but he knew he had to get out of the school. FAST. Feeling very upset and embarrassed, the boy sat in silence, wondering what to do. He quickly walked out of the school as fast and quietly as possible.

The boy cautiously walked out the school as he passed the police car. Nervously, he crept along the wet grass to grab his huge, colourful bicycle (luckily, the police officer didn’t notice him). The boy pedaled down the street very quickly as fast as lighting; thinking what he had done wrong.

Cycling really fast, the boy jumped off his bike and into his house. As he arrived, he saw the news on TV. He knew it was about him destroying the school. In a hurry, he packed his everyday-things into a small, brown backpack.

Terrified, the boy heard a sound of doors cracking open. He quickly zoomed into the kitchen; his eyes locked on the door. But once he arrived in front of the door, it was locked! The police now had crashed into his house holding gigantic guns.  The boy looked around for keys; his eyes searched the kitchen until he found them lying on the table. He couldn’t go and grab them so surprisingly, he used his magic powers and quickly retrieved them.

The police were now searching the house as the boy disappeared through the kitchen door. The boy appeared in the dark forest. His legs started to quiver, his mouth began to dry up, he was petrified! As he walked through the forest, his feet crunched on the wood.

As soon as the burning sun fell down, the bright moon rose up in the night sky. The lights from the police car shone on him as he made his way through the woods. The police’s flashlight followed him like a shadow as he ran for his life.

Anxiously, the boy ran and ran through the woods until he got kicked by a police officer. He fell down onto his back; he froze.

” FREEZE!” shouted a police officer with an angry, burning face. He was shouting his head off! The boy looked around, seeing hundreds of police officers surrounding him.

” P-p-p- please let me go, ” the boy stammered. He was shivering with fear, begging the police officers to let him go. Cautiously, the boy tried to run but too many police officers surrounded him. He looked at them, their eyes filled with anger as they moved closer and closer.

The boy fell to his knees and covered his face with his arms. In a sudden, he exploded into a million pieces and blew away all the police officers…

By, Minnie 6J

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

Welcome & Dates from Head of Primary

Dear Parent,

As we lead into our last week before the Christmas holidays I am reminded of excited feelings we all enjoy at this special time of the year.

Today we all enjoyed a wonderful performance of The Grumpy Sheep performed by the children in our Early Years department. The acting, singing and dancing was fabulous and it always amazes me of how confident our children are particularly at such a young age.

This week we are looking forward to our Early Years Open afternoon on Tuesday, the whole school Christmas concert on Wednesday,  our parent consultation on Thursday and our party morning on Friday.

With best wishes,

Upcoming Dates

December 2015

Tuesday 15th Reports home to parents, Early Years open afternoon at 2 pm
Wednesday 16th Whole School Christmas concert at 1.45 pm
Thursday 17th Parent consultation
Friday 18th Party morning – home clothes – please bring party food – Early Years home 11.30 and Primary 12.00

January 2016

Monday 11th January – Term 2 starts, After school activities start

English Learning Environment Awards 09/10/2015

Congratulations to all of the students listed below; they’ve all adhered to the rules of the English Learning Environment and have shown fantastic English speaking skills.

PN 1 – Phut
PN 2 – Terena
ND – Khaotang
RP – Aton
RN – Richard
1B – Popiang
1W – I-oon
2T – Yang
2F – IQ
3V – Samar
3M – Pann
4P – Sicha and Prim
4G – Kenzo
5T – Sunny
5D – Lyla
6J – Janine
6N – Jojo

Mr Vosko – Timmy 4G
Mrs Sirisom – Shuqi 1W
Mr Rumple – Aishi 6N
Mr Brown – Cherry 3V

Primary Health Day

On Wednesday the children took part in our first Health Day. The children enjoyed activities during their lunch time break which focused on keeping fit and increasing concentration. Prizes were won by children in an art competition and the organisers praised the quality of the colouring and shading. Mrs Perkins was proud to present the winners with their prizes during line up the next day.

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