Students in the Primary School shared their learning with their parents during the 3-Way Conferences.
We welcomed two Olympians who worked with our TigerSharks swimmers to improve their technique and skills.
Year 1 launched their new learning theme with an assembly that attracted some very interesting visitors.
You are invited to the School's University Fair on Wednesday 29th October, when we will welcome over 50 universities from around the world.
Half term holidays have begun for students, but academic staff were in school for professional develoment days.
Year 5 students were independent learners this week as they demonstrated their inquiry skills in planning their own science investigation.
Junior Music Camp is 'allegretto vivace' for a group of Primary students who are spending a few days making and learning about music.
Senior students will star in a debut performance of the new play, Trinity, by Paul Gatiss.
We welcomed diplomatic attaches from the French Embassy who wanted to look at the strength of our French programme.
Sshh, watch what you say there are spies about, especially around Year 6.
Is rapid population growth a problem? Year 10 Geography students are studying its benefits and problems.
Getting into the beat is one way Year 4 students become better musicians.
The 17th annual Bangkok Patana School Model United Nations (MUN) Conference drew more than 100 enthusiastic delegates.
Do you hear us ROARRR? There were Tigers of many ages on campus for Tiger Spirit Day.
Year 3 have been using rulers, metre sticks and trundle wheels as they learn about measuring.
Year 8 students say they benefit in many ways from learning languages.
The new Parents’ Gateway is here!
The turnout for the annual Fun Run was excellent with a record number of entries this year.
The Beebots are out! Primary students have great fun programming these robots.
Orchestra practice was more energetic than usual with guest conductor Jonathan Mann from Wales.