The festival of Diwali gave Year 1 children a good opportunity to learn about 'Light' and 'Dark'.
Bangkok Patana students joined people all over Thailand by observing the festival of Loy Krathong.
The Model United Nations (MUN) at Bangkok Patana has been busy with conferences in and out of school.
Children in Key Stage 2 are jumping over hurdles and passing the baton as they compete in their Sports Days.
Students who were on Secondary Residentials have returned after a week of adventure.
Our outdoor environment in Foundation Stage is an ideal space for experiential learning to take place.
While the rest of Secondary are on Residential Visits, Year 11 and 13 students keep up the hard work.
Year 5 students are going with the flow on their new connected learning theme about rivers.
All Year groups have now arrived at their Residential Visit destinations and are looking forward to a busy week.
In Year 10 Biology, whiteboards are as important as lab equipment.
We envisaged paint–splattered walls and trails of polystyrene during the Year 4 Art Week but we discovered amazing engineers, artists and architects.
Year 2 students are learning about the different parts of a story.
Every year our community looks forward to celebrating the many different nationalities that make our school so special, and this year was no different!
Block 2 ECAs have begun and over 90% of students from Foundation Stage 2 to Year 13 will participate in the programme.
Year 6 children are learning about narrative writing in Literacy.
Many parents were in school to celebrate the hard work their children have been putting in during their PE swimming lessons.
Some people started off their weekend in a lively fashion with the Patana Plugged concert.
There were sellers and buyers filling the Lounge on Junior Enterprise Market Day.
Problems are multiplying all over the place in Year 3!
Our athletes had a busy weekend competing in BISAC and SEASAC tournaments.