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Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1: Early Years fly high while Reception keep their feet on the ground

Early Years have an exciting trip to the Thai Royal Air Force Museum while Reception children use their feet to explore Lumpini Park and discover the wonders of nature in the middle of a huge city.

Some members of the St Andrews staff were out of school on Monday and Tuesday last week at a Nord Anglia Regional Conference hosted by Regents School in Pattaya.  The focus of the conference was ‘inclusion’, something that St Andrews International School Bangkok strives very hard to achieve from Nursery through to graduation.  From Primary, Mr Phil ran a workshop on EAL learners whilst Ms Lizzy and Ms April presented on the STARs Programme that was launched in our school this academic year.  The feedback from the other delegates was extremely positive resulting in colleagues from other schools being keen to visit and see our programmes in action. It was also great to share best practice with other schools, and we came back with some new ideas that we can try out for ourselves.

Early Years visit to the Thai Royal Air Force Museum

In previous years the Y2 children have enjoyed a visit to the Air Force Museum, but this year we thought we would try something different for the Early Years children. Ms Meg, Emma, Justyna and Jette, along with a willing bunch of parents and TAs had a lovely morning out exploring the fighter planes and helicopters - some of which the children could climb inside of.  It was a lovely morning and a big Thank You to all of the parents who came along to support.

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Reception Trip to Lumpini Park

Last week Reception went on a trip to Lumpini Park.  Ms Jo explains more:


Despite the journey being long because of traffic, the children were very patient on the buses.  We arrived at the park and had snack in the shade of some beautiful old trees. We then all went on a walk around the park.  We were on the look-out for animals, especially monitor lizards and were weren't disappointed. We saw at least 5 large monitor lizards including one that was so huge that it could almost have been a crocodile.  We also saw a baby one that disappeared down a drain. Turtle, fish, herons and crows were among the other animals we saw simply by strolling around the city park. Having done enough walking, the children then played together on the playground before eating their lunch under the same shady trees.  Although it was a hot day, the children had a lovely time. A big thank you to all the parent helpers we had.

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Upcoming Events

  • Primary Book Week - 19 to 23 March
  • Primary Book Character Parade - Friday 23 March (Don’t forget to get your costumes ready)
  • Parent Teacher Consultations - Tuesday 27 March
  • Parent Teacher Consultations - Tuesday 3 April
  • Songkran assembly and celebration - Thursday 5 April
  • Last day of term - Thursday 5 April