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High School Sport: A fond farewell

The year in sport at St Andrews International School Bangkok concluded with a star-studded Sports Awards evening in which all of our athletes celebrated fantastic seasons … and we bid a warm goodbye to Mr Ollie.

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The Year in Sport: 2018-19

The end of a fantastic year for sport at STA, with our first year in BISAC,  our first full Tennis, Volleyball and Rugby seasons and the first time we’ve had a proper Badminton coach for our squads. We also launched our Water Polo team!

The highlight of a busy year has to include winning our first BISAC Cups - at the U13G and U15B Basketball - and winning all four titles at the Regents Pattaya Senior Games. We also enjoyed three Flames 3on3 Basketball tournaments and several FNGs, with our Dance squads and over 120 ballers entertaining the crowds.

We were on the road a lot, with many trips to Phuket and one to Delhi. In total, 420 different High Schoolers have taken part in training through the year and had a chance to represent STA.

We’ve also had many parents involved in our programme, with weekly activities throughout the year, as well as our Community Volleyball tournament with our students and teachers. I hope you’ll continue to set a great example to our young athletes next year!

For all those who are leaving us, good luck for the future. We hope that you continue to be active in your new lives and show them how hard a Flame or Marlin is prepared to work! #onceaflamealwaysaflame!

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Sports Awards

Our HS Sports Awards were held on Tuesday 18th June and it was great to over 300 people attend.

We were able to applaud the many winners (80 trophies in total) for their hard work and commitment, including our Sports Leader of the Year, Nana in Y12, for her contribution to U15 Volleyball as assistant coach; our Sports Personalities of the Year, Damian and Anya, for their dedication to training, their leadership and teamwork; and our Team of the Year, the U13 Girls Basketball, who were unbeaten all season and claimed four titles in all.

We also had a chance to thank the coaches for their enormous contributions, especially the non-PE staff who have helped out; and our wonderful parents, who are always supportive and never over-bearing!

Finally, the students enjoyed a relaxed end to the evening with some music and photo-taking.

We look forward to seeing the official photos and will share them once we have them.

Inter House Games Day

On Monday 24 June, we had our annual Games Day. We had an expanded programme this year including more games, to try to reach more students. We encouraged as many people as possible to get involved, including as scorers and time-keepers. Students chose between football, basketball, table tennis, water polo and volleyball.

It was a pleasure to see so many students engage with some fun sport, whether as players or as officials. House sports are an occasion to test one’s resilience in a slightly competitive situation and the key is that successful players accept that failure is part of the deal with sport. They learn from their mistakes and grow. This is at the root of our Growth Mindset approach to learning. Success is built on failure!

Thank you from Mr Ollie

I would like to say a heartfelt thank you to the students of St Andrews and the parent community for their support, commitment and excellent company through the year. It has always been a pleasure to turn up to training and work with students who enjoy their sport so much. They have grown enormously as sportsmen and women, as well as young people in their own right. This has been at the heart of our training: we challenge ourselves to grow continually and to improve, and though the process may sometimes be tough, we learn from our mistakes, take the lessons that life throws at us, and hopefully get to be really successful.

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Train to Play - Summer Camp

From 1-5 July, we are hosting summer camps that offer top sports, fitness, nutrition and mindset coaching to 11-18 year olds. Join us for five day sport-specific camps in Basketball, Fitness, Football, Tennis, Touch Rugby, Rugby & Swimming!

Summer Basketball Camp

We’re not able to offer a camp at school this summer due to work being done in the Sports Hall but there will be an outside camp at B-Pro throughout July for those who would still like to learn and play.

Please see poster for details.

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Multi Sport Camp

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Keep in touch

Please stay up-to-date by joining our STA Flames & Marlins Facebook closed group for parents and students who are part of our Sports Programme.

As it’s a closed group not open to the general public, please complete the questions so that we know if you’re part of our STA community.

Parents may post to this group and it’s been great to see some of your photos of our kids in action!