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!
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,
A big ‘thank you’ to the generous parents who kindly donated these books to
The Regent’s Primary Library.
We are always so excited about having new books to read!
Maybe you would like to donate the books you have out-grown to our Library?.
Each book donated will the students name and the date the book was given to the
On Wednesday the 24th of February Data from Year 6 and Santa from Year 5 went to join ‘A Day in the Life of NASA engineer’ at Space Inspirium in Bangkok. During the visit they met Dr. Juan Roman who currently works at NASA. Dr Roman spoke about his childhood and told the children that even though his family was poor, with hard work and encouragement from his parents to study he has achieved his dream to build space rockets. Data and Santa were inspired by his presentation and came back to school to share their experience with their classmates.
Many congratulations to the U9 Boys football team that won 6:3 against St Andrew’s 107 on Tuesday. The boys paid brilliantly together and Mr Bond commented on their ability to keep concentrating on the game throughout the match. Go Regent’s!
The children in Key Stage enjoy celebrating good work and great learning behaviour. This week we handed out the stars of the week certificates in our weekly assembly and the chidlren receveid a huge round of applause! They were rightfully very proud to receive their certificates! Well done to them all!
Mr Jarrett’s class were investigating how bird’s beaks have adapted to their different food sources. The students used pliers, spoons, forks and chopsticks to represent the different kinds of bird beaks. Screws, ribbons, spaghetti and foam balls were used to represent the different shapes and sizes of the food.