In the last of the Patana Concert series for Term 2, students shrugged off electronic amplification and performed 'unplugged'.
Primary and Secondary students paid respect to their teachers at the Songkran Assemblies.
Higher Level Mathematics students' minds were stretched by a Professor of Pure Mathematics from the University of Waterloo, Canada.
Parents of our youngest children have been learning about Mathematics in Foundation Stage and getting some hands on experience...
In their last week of school, the Year 13 students seem to have disappeared and been replaced by a strange crew of characters.
Bangkok Patana School teachers have been invited to take part in an exciting educational project by the International Space Station.
The audience flew to Neverland and back again during the Primary production of Peter Pan.
IB Visual Art students celebrated the completion of their portfolios with the opening of the IB Art Exhibition.
Sapphira Beaudin, alum from the Class of 2000, spoke to Year 13 students about what it means to be part of the Bangkok Patana School Alumni group.
It was great to see more than 100 parents from the Primary School attend the Storytelling Workshop.
Physical activity, group bonding and laughter all serve as antidotes to the stresses of IB life.
Classes 1M and 1B celebrated their learning in an assembly entitled 'Do You Want to Write a Story?'
We are closely monitoring the fire situation in Samutprakarn. For further information click
Performers at the Patana Jazz and Blues concert surpassed their audeince's expectations with incredible vocals and very talented instrumentalists.
The 7th annual Year 6 Poetry Competition had students writing poems linked to their Big Idea.
The Key Stage 3 performance of Cry Wolf got rave reviews from those who had a chance to take in the show.
The Oxford University Tennis team played some friendly matches against Bangkok Patana's tennis players and coaches.
Registration for Term 3 Extra-curricular Activities began at noon on Monday 17th March.
There were magicians, dancers, singers, tricksters and entertainers of all kinds at Busking Day.
Foundation Stage children have opportunities to learn in many different ways.