We use cookies to improve your online experience. To learn more please refer to ourPrivacy Information Collection Statement.

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 our.

  • A Unique Approach

    We think beyond a traditional education to really transform the learning experience of your child.

    Primary Students

  • Be Ambitious Be Regents

    Opportunities beyond the ordinary to develop the skills and mind-set to thrive in a changing world.

    Year 12 Outdoor Education

  • A Happy and Rewarding Experience

    Regents can be far more than a school to come to every day – it can be a second home too.


  • Some of the Best in the World

    Highly qualified with the majority of teachers coming from the UK provide a personalised learning experience for your child.

    Environmental Science

  • We Educate Your Child for the Future

    Our engaging learning environments mean your child will love coming to school.

    STEAM Machine

  • Join Our Truly International and Diverse Community

    We look forward to welcoming you to our family.

    Students in the IT department | Regents International School Pattaya

  • Step Into Our World

    Unique opportunities that transform learning, instill life-long memories and a deep sense of achievement.

    Secondary English

  • Get in Touch

    We look forward to hearing from you.

    Early Primary Reading

PE Goes Cross Country!

14 October 2014

All Secondary students have been involved in cross-country races this week during their PE lessons.

The students have faced a real challenge over the 3 to 3.5 kilometre course that includes a real mix of terrains. There have been some very notable performances. Currently the fastest times in Years7 and 8 over the 3 kilometre course belong to Eoin Guiney (12.02 minutes) for the boys and Billy Nguyen (15.13 minutes) for the girls. For Years 9 and 10, Andrey Merkulov (14.32 minutes) and Chloe McConnell (16.29 minutes) hold the fastest times over the 3.5km course with Job Coombs (14.50 minutes) and Abby Scrock (18.52 minutes) holding the fastest times in Year11. Students are due to complete the course again this week, in what the PE Department is sure will be even faster times. This is excellent preparation for the upcoming competitions on the 13th October (at St Andrews) and 6th November (at ISE).