We use cookies to improve your online experience. To learn more please refer to ourCookie Policy.

Sorry but this form will not work without cookies enabled. Please adjust your browser settings to enable cookies to continue. For more information on how to do this please see ourPrivacy & Cookie Policy.

  • 50,000 students, 55 schools, 25 countries.

    Nord Anglia Education is the world's leading premium schools organisation.

  • Did you know?

    We welcome students from over 100 countries and our bespoke language programmes support those who are not native English speakers.

  • We want your child to thrive.

    Our schools are relentlessly focused on delivering the best possible education to your child.

  • A Global Experience

    We believe that a global education will benefit your child while they are at school, and importantly, in their later life.

  • Did you know?

    When you join a Nord Anglia Education school you become part of a global education family.

  • Join the conversation

    Find out the latest news from our family.

Temple 2 Temple challenge

08 November 2013

12 year-old Poppy Mulford, a student from The Regents School, Pattaya, recently set herself an extraordinary challenge; to cycle 418km from Thailand to Cambodia to raise money for a young girl with hearing difficulties.

On 19th October, Poppy, together with her father and several teachers from The Regents, set off from Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Thailand. She cycled over 80km each day on average to reach to Angkor Wat, the ancient capital of Cambodia, just five days later. Poppy undertook this arduous journey to raise money for her friend Yok, a student at the Pattaya School for the Deaf, who needs an operation to correct her hearing. So far, she has raised almost £4,600.

Poppy first met eight year old Yok when she was taking part in Round Square week, one of the school’s activities designed to help students develop into global citizens and make a positive impact on the world. The two girls formed a special friendship which inspired and motivated Poppy to challenge herself.

Long distance cycling is a new skill for Poppy. To prepare, she enthusiastically commenced a rigorous training regime and dramatically improved her stamina and speed over increasingly long distances. She also organised much of the logistics of the trip herself, planning daily distances and overnight accommodation for the group.

If you would like to read find out more Poppy’s exciting journey, please visit her blog:http://poppymulford.blogspot.com.au/


Locate Our Schools


Contact Us