A diverse range of sports are on offer across the Primary School to nurture student's love of exercise as well as other vital life skills.
Year 4 have been exploring structures and recreating iconic landmarks on a smaller, classroom friendly scale.
Patana Classic saw some emotive performances from our talented musicians in the first of the Patana Concert series.
A record number of Secondary students are participating in Gymnastics due to the Flip and Tumble craze!
It's all about engaging the senses as our ‘Tiny Tigers’ move and learn in the purpose built 'Soft Play' room!
Year 9 Japanese language students had an opportunity to experience the fine art of a traditional tea ceremony in class.
Foundation Stage children enjoyed a boisterous music class when the drums and cymbals were brought out.
Irish entrepreneur and television personality Norah Casey inspired Year 6 students to create their own inventions to pitch in the Dragons’ Den.
Year 9 Students are taking the starring roles as they learn about film-making before the big ‘Film Festival’ event in March.
The excitement, the anticipation, the mountains of luggage and the bright t-shirts can only mean it's the first Primary Residential Week!
In the Chinese New Year Assembly, Primary students welcomed in the 10th lunar year, the Year of the Rooster!
With help from a Secondary expert, Year 5 are learning all about the 'rainforest' in the Outdoor Classroom.
"Urban Identity" provided the inspiration for this year’s colourful SEASAC Arts Festival in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Year 1 have been walking down the aisle as they learn about weddings in their Celebrations topic.
Our Tennis and Swim teams were in action, breaking records and taking titles at BISAC and FOBISIA.
The ServICE Conference 2017 is all about inspiring, connecting and empowering not just our students but delegates from around Thailand.
The Primary Aquathlons encourage students to push themselves whilst working as a team as they tackle a distance swim followed by a run.
Maths, Magic or even Mathemagic! Year 7 have been testing their Mathematical knowledge with card tricks.
Year 6 students arrived in school to find their Year group had been turned into a plastic landfill!
As part of their Connections project, Year 8 students are investigating phenomena like typhoons.