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House: One good deed can change everything

The Charity House Competition counts down to the Yard Sale … Primary School ends the Half Term with a Mindful Friday and the High School held something called a Nubble competition.

Charity House Competition

One good deed can change everything. Please donate your pre-loved children's clothes, toys, books and accessories. These will be sold on the charities table at the BAMBI Yard Sale, and all proceeds and remaining items donated to Central Thailand Mission.

Donate by Friday 17 November. Donation boxes can be found at the main gate of the Primary School.

And don't forget to come to the BAMBI Yard Sale on 19th November 9:30 am to 12:30 PM at the STA Primary School on Sukhumvit 71.

Primary School House

Mindful Friday

On Friday 20 October 2017 St Andrews International School Bangkok’s Primary School held their first Mindful house event. Rather than a ‘Fun Friday’, which will take place in November and December, today we had a Mindful Friday in respect of the late King.

There were many activities taking place around the school, including a quiet movie at the ‘cinema’, drawing and painting areas, origami, yoga, a relaxation room and even an outdoor library. The events were a great success and all children had a chance to spend a mindful, peaceful and relaxing break time.

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High School House

The House subject competitions for this year have now started. Last half term we saw math’s run their Nubble competition. Nubble is a quick fire maths skill games that needs fast minds who keep cool under pressure. During the week, year groups competed and scores were added up to find the winner.  Year 7's began on the Monday where Akha went into a clear lead, which they maintained into Year 8's on Tuesday.  Wednesday saw the game of the week with a very keenly contested year 9 game which saw Ferra from Yao, Mahima and Pear from Karen, Patrick from Akha and Shaan and Aryan from Lahu really fight it out mathematically but in the great Spirit of the St Andrews Community.  Going into the last day Akha still held a slight lead from Lahu, this they kept until the very last second when Krishi, Year 11 from Lahu chose the number 8........the timer clicked to 0........tension reigned......the answer was correct......and Lahu got the 110 points they needed to overtake Akha and win the inaugural St Andrew's House Nubble competition.


  1. LAHU, 9860 points (40 points for their House)
  2. AKHA, 9850 (30 points for their House)
  3. KAREN, 6230 (20 points for their House)
  4. YAO, 4640 (10 points for their House)