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.

EMERGENCY NOTICE
  • DID YOU KNOW?

    We are a high achieving school where everyone can feel at home.

    sustainable

  • DID YOU KNOW?

    Our teachers maintain the highest standards of a British education.

    staff microscope

  • DID YOU KNOW?

    We are the heart of our community and a hub for many expatriate families living in Bangkok.

    international day

  • DID YOU KNOW?

    We provide an international education where every child will achieve highly.

    achieving student

  • GET IN TOUCH

    We welcome your application. Please contact us to discuss vacancies at our school.

    student celebrating

  • CONNECT WITH US

    Whether you're looking for answers or would like to solve a problem, you'll find many ways to contact us right here

    student boys talking

FS3 Physical Fun Day

Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1: Skill and stamina on show in FS3

FS3 impress with their sports prowess, both the White Elephant stall and the Read-a-thon raise an amazing about of money for their respective charities and and we welcome a new teacher to the team.

FS3 Physical Fun Day

Last week saw the long awaited FS3 Physical Fun Day. It was fantastic to see the stamina, skills and determination of the FS3 children as they showed off their sporting abilities. Supported by some friends from KS2, they gave their parents and teachers a dazzling display of skills as they pushed themselves to the limit as they worked in their Houses to earn as many points as possible for their teams. Well done FS3 on an impressive display!

FS3 Physical Fun Day FS3 Physical Fun Day FS3 Physical Fun Day FS3 Physical Fun Day FS3 Physical Fun Day FS3 Physical Fun Day FS3 Physical Fun Day

White Elephant

The money from the White Elephant stall has now been counted and we are pleased to announce that we raised 21,000 baht from all the donations of pre-loved toys, games, clothes and books.

This money will be donated to the Baan Dek Lek Orphanage where it will be used to create a new playground for the children who live there.  Once we have photographs of the work in progress we will of course share them with you.

Read-a-thon

We have also totalled the money raised by our Read-a-thon that was held during Book Week. Following the interest that was sparked in the children by the visit of Yoshi, our friend from the Bookworm Foundation, and the interest of the parents who attended her workshop, our Read-a-thon to raise funds for their special reading projects was a huge success. Over 50.000 baht was raised for this worthy cause. Late donations are still being accepted so if your sponsorship form didn’t yet get returned, please take them directly to the Accounts Office. Thank you to everyone who took part in this reading challenge!

Introducing Ms Lydia

Over the last few months, you might have noticed a new face in KS1 as children in Y1 and Y2 have been getting to know Ms Lydia. We have been lucky to have Ms Lydia as part of our supply (cover) teacher team for a while.  Lydia taught in London for 8 years and has had experience in FS3, Y1 and Y2, as well as being part of her school’s Senior Leadership Team. After working in Bahrain, she moved to Bangkok with her family.

Lydia has kindly agreed to start next academic year as a Y2 class teacher, covering Ms Maria’s maternity leave.  This is great news for us as by then Lydia will know the staff and routines of the school, but more importantly, will know the children very well.

Please say hello to her next time you see her around.

Ms Lydia

Timetable Changes

Because of the number of Mondays that we lose due to various holidays this term, on Wednesday 8 May we will be running a Monday timetable. If children normally have PE/Swimming/Music etc on a Monday, they should come prepared for that lesson on Wednesday 8 May.

Teachers will remind the children closer to the time but please help them to prepare the right things for the day.

Please note that ECA activities will stay the same - the timetable change will only run until 2.30 p.m.

(Future notice that Thursday 23rd May will also be run as a Monday timetable.)

Booking Request Forms

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Confirmed Appointments

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Dates for your Diary

  • Parent Consultations - Tuesday 30 April (after school)

  • School Closed for the coronation of HM King Rama X - Monday 6 May

  • Monday timetable - Wednesday 8 May

  • School closed - compensation for Visaka Bucha Day - Monday 20 May

  • Monday timetable -  Thursday 23 May

  • School closed - Half Term - Monday 27 & Tuesday 28 May

  • Primary Project week - Wednesday 29 to Friday 31 May

  • FS/KS1 Class Swap morning - Monday 17 June

  • Primary House Music Competition - Monday 24 June

  • End of term assembly - Wednesday 26 June

  • Last day of term - Wednesday 26 June