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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

Here at Regent's International School, Bangkok, we have been growing leaders for 26 years. From our experience and passion for teaching, we know that nurturing the academic side as well as the emotional, artistic, social and athletic skills, in other words, the head and the heart, is what truly makes a future leader. 


We nurture students to become socially aware, academically successful and life-confident global citizens. Pastoral and academic staff ensure that Regent’s is a community where everyone gets the chance to become the best they can be. The success of Regent’s International School, Bangkok is reflected in the enhanced English National Curriculum, world-beating IGCSE and IB Diploma results, investment in our excellent facilities and commitment to remain the “Home of well-rounded leaders of the future”. 


As part of the exclusive group of Roundsquare schools globally, and one of only two Roundsquare schools in Bangkok, we have a commitment to character education and experiential learning built around six themes – our IDEALS – International Understanding, Democracy, Environmental Stewardship, Adventure, Leadership and Service. We offer students  the opportunity to do a round square exchange programme in over 50 countries around the world including schools in Australia, USA, South Africa, Japan, and the United Kingdom. We have built the boarding community around mutual respect in the centre where we find our own home.

Guided by the principal and by the vision of Chairman and Founder, Dr. Virachai Techavijit, our school sends students to the finest universities in the world including Cambridge, Oxford, LSE, Stanford, Cornell, UCLA as well as some of the best universities in Asia.


To celebrate 26 years of success, Regent’s International School is launching a new Early Years Campus in Langsuan in August 2021.
We are now taking applications for 2021 from Pre-Nursery – Year 13! Contact us at: 092 362 8888 or Line@regentsschoolbkk for more details.

 

PRIMARY SCHOOL

THE HEAD OF PRIMARY SCHOOL

Welcome from Ms Caroline Drumm, Head of Primary

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Regent's International School is supportive and welcoming and is built around strong community values. This enables your child to make a great start to their education.

The time that children spend in school should be happy, productive and provide strong foundations for the future. At Regent’s International School we believe in developing the whole child so that pupils can rise to different challenges and build a sense of achievement. Children learn best when they are secure, happy and stretched, which is why we provide the inspiration and high expectations for children to fulfill their potential.

We want to enrich pupils’ experiences and engage them fully in their learning. In order to do this, we want children to understand what it means to be a good learner. We want to give them the confidence and skills to learn both in class and independently. We provide a broad and interesting curriculum for your children but focus on developing mastery and depth. Children will be given the opportunities to learn new skills and to apply them to a range of contexts so that they become proficient. Children who not only know what to learn, but know how to learn, become independent, resilient and intrinsically motivated.

Our excellent facilities, high quality teaching and warm welcome at Regent’s International School primary department set excellent standards and will ensure that your child will achieve now but also build firm foundations for their future academic, social and emotional success.


Regent’s International School, Bangkok’s Primary School attends to each child’s


Ms. Caroline Drumm
caroline.drumm@regents.ac.th ind

 
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PRIMARY CURRICULUM

Baby and toddler

We offer families and toddlers a safe, fun and relaxed environment where everyone can feel welcome. Our programme is based upon a learning-through -play approach that focuses on involving families in their children’s learning and development.

Little Stars is a sub-organisation within the Regent’s International School for children aged 8 months - 3 years, run by the school’s British staff.

There are many benefits of attending our toddler group. A key advantage is that families and our school have the opportunity to build a strong relationship prior to your child starting Early years. Young children have the opportunity to meet other children, interact with them and play alongside them and families benefit from meeting other parents too. Little Stars Toddler Group provides the preparation which your child will need for their future education, while of course having fun!

Little Stars has been developed to ensure that a positive atmosphere is promoted during each toddler session. Run by our welcoming and friendly British staff, the group provides a safe place for families and children to have fun learning together.

We promise a supportive and respectful environment where babies and toddlers can develop through activities in our purpose-built play area. Children are welcome to join us in the toddler section of the swimming pool for ‘splash time’ where a fully qualified physical education teacher will help your child feel secure and confident in the water.

The toddler session will be held on Monday - Friday from 9:30am - 11:00am and Monday and Wednesday from 12.15 p.m. - 13.45 p.m.

You will need to bring along a hat for outside play. During snack time your toddler will be provided with a snack. If they have any allergies please let us know, so we can cater to their individual needs).

If you require any further information regarding Little Stars Baby and Toddler Group, please contact 

Tel. 02 957 5777 ext 202, 222 or 092 362 8888

Line @regentsschoolbkk

 
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Early Years

We believe that creative learning is key to a child’s healthy development and therefore place emphasis on teaching through active play.

All teachers in Early Years are native English speakers and every class has an additional Teaching Assistant.

We follow the English Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum (EYFS). Our learning community provides a strong start in education for the children so that they are able to manage the transition into Primary School.

We observe each child’s progress and work hard to ensure that all children will have made language, literacy and personal development by the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage. 

We encourage parents to be active throughout several Early Years activities. Our approachable staff welcomes any parental involvement as it can help their child’s integration into learning.

We have three age groups in Regent’s Early Years: Pre-nursery, Nursery and Reception.

This is divided into seven areas of learning. There are three prime areas these are:

  • Communication and language

  • Physical development

  • Personal, social and emotional development

As children grow the prime areas will help them to develop skills in 4 specific areas:

  • Literacy

  • Mathematics

  • Understanding the world

  • Expressive arts and design

These areas are used to plan your child's learning which has been designed to suit your child's unique needs.

Children in the EYFS learn by playing and exploring, being active and through creative and critical thinking which takes place both indoors and outside.

At the end of the three years (which will be the end of reception) your child will have covered all of these points, fully preparing them for their next stage in education in Primary.

 
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PRIMARY CURRICULUM

At Regent's we are passionate about ensuring each child gets the most out of their education as we strive to create a community of life-long learners. We recognise the importance of the Primary Years as the foundation of their education and believe their time of development and discovery should be inspiring and exciting


The English National Curriculum is made up of the following academic Key Stages:

  • Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2 for students aged 4-7 years old)

  • Key Stage 2 (Years 3 - 6 for students aged 7-11 years old)

We divide the management of our school into Lower Primary Phase Year 1-3 and Upper Phase Year 4-6.


KEY STAGE 1 (YEARS 1 AND 2)

Key Stage 1 at The Regent’s International School, Bangkok follows on from Early Years.  This Key Stage is comprised of Year 1 and Year 2, which includes children between the ages of 5 and 7.

We aim to make sure your child is happy and excited to come to school and learn each day.  Our welcoming family atmosphere creates an environment in which your child feels safe, secure, valued and cared for, which in turn promotes success and a love of learning.


We provide a rich curriculum, which takes the English National Curriculum and develops it into a curriculum that meets the needs of a multi- cultural student body in an international environment.

A broad and balanced curriculum will ensure your child has the opportunity of challenge and discovery within many areas of study including:

  • Maths

  • English

  • History

  • Geography

  • Science

  • Art

  • Design Technology

  • ICT

  • Physical Education

  • Foreign Languages (Mandarin, Thai for Thais and Thai for non-Thais)

Our children experience two exciting trips, linked to the curriculum, per year. One of these trips is organised by the Thai department to allow for cultural enrichment.

This Key Stage is a critical period for language development in children, and we place great emphasis on your child’s English language progression.  Daily literacy lessons focus on the foundations of listening, speaking, reading and writing.  We use the Jolly Phonics programme to support this, which is loved by the children and produces excellent results.  In addition to the daily Literacy Hour, there are also three guided reading sessions and grammar focus lessons.


 We also have a department specially designed for children who are new to English, which accelerates their language acquisition until they are ready to join the mainstream class full time.

We also strongly believe that the role of school goes beyond academic excellence, and through our membership and commitment to Round Square, we ensure your child develops international awareness, leadership skills, environmental awareness, a sense of adventure and a commitment to the service of others. Our end of year, Round Square Week is something our students look forward to all year.

We greatly value the Thai culture in which we live, and in addition to weekly Thai lessons, there are annual performances and events of Loy Krathong and Songkran.


The children also participate in two performances during the year: a Christmas Celebration and a Summer Concert. The Regent’s Co-curricular activities programme enables your child to choose from a wide variety of after school clubs to feed their passions and interests.

If you would like to find out more we welcome you to visit our colourful campus at any time. Any of our dedicated KS1 team would be delighted to discuss your child’s education further.

KEY STAGE 2 (YEARS 3 - 6)

Key Stage 2 Key Stage 2 (KS2) provides a rich, stimulating and challenging learning environment for children aged 7 -11. We follow the English National Curriculum (ENC) although some of the content is adapted to suit our location and the international diversity of our children. Children can expect an emphasis on English, Maths and Science with a large focus on English speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar and spelling. A broad scheme of mathematical experiences is aimed at catering for differing abilities and learning styles. In Science an investigational approach is favoured and we link our investigations to our overall topic for the term.

There is specialist teaching for Thai, Mandarin, Music, Drama and PE whilst Year 6 also have specialist Art lessons. Our Primary building has dedicated Music, Art, Drama and Reading rooms in addition to an extensive library, ICT suite, Swimming Pool, Auditorium and playing field.

Teaching strategies are contemporary. All staff, including teachers, specialist staff, EAL, learning support and teaching assistants work collaboratively and creatively to plan and present lessons that are varied, fun, personalised, differentiated and meet the needs of each and every child.

There is an extensive range of co-curricular activities that take place at the end of each school day. They are wide ranging and varied, activities include sports clubs like swimming and football; creative clubs such as drama and craft; technological clubs such as ICT and thinking clubs like philosophy and chess.

Alongside our regular timetabled weekly lessons there are scheduled opportunities for learning outside of the classroom.

In KS2 we begin to prepare the children for week long residential trips that they will undertake from Year 7 upwards. In Year 4 our children go on a 3 day overnight trip to Khao Yai; Year 5 spend 4 days and 3 nights on a barge travelling down the Chao Phraya River and Year 6 spend a week in Chiang Mai visiting the local hill tribes. All of our residential trips are curriculum focused so that the children are learning each and every day. In addition to this we organise various day trips related to our class topics or Thai culture. This can range from visiting a space museum or a Thai Naval fort.

Children are encouraged to be inquisitive, to ask and answer questions and to take responsibility and initiative. This is to ensure that the standards that are achieved at the end of Year 6 meet and surpass the requirements for entry into Secondary schools modelled on the British system.

History, Geography, Art and Design Technology are taught throughout our termly topics. Relevant skills and understanding are learned through these topics which range from Ancient Egypt in Year 3, The Romans in Year 4, Africa in Year 5 to World War II in Year 6. A variety of fun, stimulating and exciting activities coupled with excellent teaching bring these topics to life.

 
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

At Regent’s we want our students to be more than just fluent speakers; we want them to be fluent communicators.

Our English Language Development programme is taught by fully dedicated specialist English teachers who accelerate their language acquisition until they are ready to enter mainstream classes. What this means is assigned time in classes that focus solely on this aim and purpose.

This structure sees students who arrive to the school with little or no English proficiency gain and development English language fluency that allows them to take on the English national curriculum with ease and integrate with their international peers.

IELD/ELD Procedures

All new Regent’s Primary students are tested for English language proficiency by the Admissions department. 

Students with English proficiency levels below their year level, will be assigned to either the IELD program for intensive English or the ELD program for their Language Arts lessons. 

Intensive English Language Development

The IELD class is for students who are new to English and have little or no English language proficiency. 

  • They will be withdrawn from the mainstream class 18 periods per week and be given individualised, explicit English language instruction by an IELD specialist. 

  • During and towards the end of each term, the IELD teacher administers a series of listening, speaking, reading, and writing tests and then collaborates with the mainstream teacher to determine if the student can graduate to the ELD programme or should remain in the IELD programme for another term. 

English Language Development

The ELD classes are for students who already have some English language proficiency, but are still behind their year group. 

  • All students assigned to the ELD department will be tested by the ELD teachers and assigned to either the beginner, intermediate, or advanced ELD class. 

  • The ELD students will be withdrawn from mainstream English lessons for 7 hours per week and be given explicit, differentiated English language instruction by an ELD specialist.  

  • During, and towards the end of each term, the ELD teacher administers listening, speaking, reading, and writing tests and then collaborates with colleagues to determine whether the ELD student is ready to advance to the next ELD class level or exit the ELD programme. 

  • If the ELD and mainstream class teacher believe that the student may be ready to exit the ELD programme, the student will be given a one week trial in the mainstream class to determine whether the student can function in the mainstream class without further ELD support or should return to the ELD programme for another term. 

  • If the student passes the one week trial, they will be exited from the ELD programme.

 
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SECONDARY SCHOOL

The Secondary school has students aged 11-18 and the curriculum comprises the English National Curriculum, IGCSE then the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma course.

·  Welcome from Dr Peter Jones, Head of Secondary

·  Welcome to the Secondary Section of Regent’s International School website.  This aims to provide information about the curriculum. Our newsletters, Facebook page, BlogVLE and student and parental portal will keep you up to date with our main news, notices and events. I hope that the website will give you an insight into the fantastic activities and exciting learning opportunities in our school.

·  Our mission is to ensure every child develops into a well rounded leader for the future.  Our aim is to ensure each child develops into a successful, confident and responsible citizen.

·  The Secondary School is a warm and welcoming environment.  We provide a secure place where they can expand their knowledge, develop their learning and hone their social skills through providing a rigorous academic curriculum along with opportunities beyond the classroom. Regent’s International School is not an academically selective school but we expect all pupils to strive for success in everything they undertake. Many of our pupils undertake university education in USA, Canada, UK as well as Hong Kong, Thailand and Australia.  

· Our students represent the school locally, nationally and internationally in a range of activities and areas including Round Square events, MUN conferences as well as a broad range of arts and sporting events and a whole host of service activities.  We believe that through a strong partnership between teachers, parents and pupils, your child will have the opportunity to flourish as a learner and as an individual. They will also benefit from working with our teaching staff, a group of dedicated professionals who are passionate about teaching children, experienced in teaching their subjects and specialism and who are also always striving for success in their teaching strategies and classroom practice.

· I look forward to meeting you in person and showing you first hand what a fantastic international school Regent’s is.

Dr. Peter Jones
peter.jones@regents.ac.th

 
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SECONDARY CURRICULUM

Secondary Curriculum

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Key Stage 3-5

Regent’s International School offers a holistic education that places every child at the heart of the curriculum.  Our mission is to ensure that students develop into well rounded leaders for the future.  In order to realise this vision, we provide all students a broad, balanced range of academic subjects that is delivered by experienced international teachers.  We also ensure that all students develop their literacy in English.  This curriculum is supported by a strong pastoral team as well as a variety of enrichment and extra curricular activities.  Our curriculum is based on Key Stages that build on the Primary School curriculum and ensure progression from year to year.  The various areas of this website outline each of Key Stage and our Handbooks provide more detailed information on our curriculum.

Key Stage 3 (Year 7 to 9)

The Regent’s International School Key Stage 3 Curriculum for Year 7 to 9 builds on the foundations of knowledge, understanding and skills developed in the Primary School.  It seeks to deliver a 21st century education to meet the needs of our young and society.  It aims to ensure that our children become well rounded leaders for the future; children that grow into

  • Successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve

  • Confident individuals who are able to lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives

  • Responsible citizens who make a contribution to society

In order to meet the interests and needs of individual students, as well as the changing demands and challenges society poses, there is a need to support children in a number of core areas such as functional skills but also in terms of their personal, learning and thinking skills.

Our Key Stage 3 Curriculum therefore has a strong emphasis on functional skills such as

  • Literacy (specifically reading, writing, speaking, listening in English)

  • ICT and digital literacy

  • Numeracy

There is also an emphasis on developing approaches to learning linked to

  • Collaboration and interdependence

  • Critical thinking

  • Creativity and resourcefulness

  • Reflection

  • Resilience

Students develop this core knowledge and skills through a broad and balanced curriculum composed of a range of subject areas including Languages (First and Second), Humanities, Sciences, Maths, Arts and Sports.  The curriculum is delivered by dedicated, professional, caring and experienced international teachers who place your child at the heart of everything they do.

At Regent’s International School, we place great importance on wellbeing and aim to ensure students feel safe, stay healthy and are happy.  We provide support for student’s mental and emotional welfare and offer a range of opportunities beyond the classroom including anything from MUN to drama and music to sporting activities as well as outward bounds and curricular trips that further enrich a child’s education.

At Regent’s International School, our Key Stage 3 curriculum will not only prepare students for IGCSEs, the IB Diploma and university, it will support them in developing into well rounded leaders.


For more information you can contact


Key Stage 4 (Year 10 to 11)

At Key Stage 4, students follow the International General Certificate of Secondary Education programme (IGCSE).  This offers one of the most recognized qualifications around the world.  IGCSE courses are renowned for developing vital educational skills, including: recall of knowledge; oral skills; problem solving; initiative; teamwork and investigative skills. The resulting qualification provides an ideal foundation for the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme offered at Regent’s International School, Bangkok.

Many of our students excel at IGCSE level with students consistently exceeding UK national averages in terms of A*-A grades and A*-C grades.  Through the programme, students continue to develop their abilities in

  • Literacy (specifically reading, writing, speaking, listening in English)

  • ICT and digital literacy

  • Numeracy

They also continue to develop approaches to learning linked to

  • Collaboration and interdependence

  • Critical thinking

  • Creativity and resourcefulness

  • Reflection

  • Resilience

Breadth and Depth

Students are encouraged to study a wide range of subjects at IGCSE level. In order to follow a broad and balanced curriculum, many students take courses from each of main subject groups (see below). Choosing across the subject range means that students will be well prepared for the IB Diploma course.

IGCSE examination information

The IGCSE programme is a two year course.  Exams are normally taken at the end of that period, although early entry is occasionally offered at Regent’s International School. Examinations are held in November and in May.  Subjects are examined through a range of assessment methods, including: coursework, oral and listening, practicals and written examinations. We enter students for the level most appropriate to their ability and base this decision on their prior attainment and their teachers´ expertise. Results are available in January and August for the preceding examination session.

Beyond the Classroom

At Key Stage 4, we continue to encourage students to develop skills that will enable them to become responsible and confident young adults. We provide a number of opportunities both through the formal curriculum and beyond the curriculum.  Participation in House and inter-school competitions continue to be encouraged as are enrichment, service and extracurricular activities such as the International Award, MUN, Outward Bounds trip and sports, music, art and drama activities.

The strong emphasis on academic rigour as well as on well being and citizenship will mean that students are well prepared for the IB Diploma and university.  This balanced approach is a core element of our mission in supporting students to become well rounded leaders for the future.

For more information you can contact

 

PRE-IB PROGRAMME

The Regent’s International School Pre-IB programme offers new students the opportunity to prepare for the IB Diploma.  This programme is specifically designed for a student that is shown to have the ability and potential to be successful in the IB Diploma.  However, they may lack the language and literacy skills in English to fully access the IB course, or may not have completed the first year of the IGCSE programme.  

The Pre-IB Programme is a personalised intensive course that follows the second year of IGCSE.  It is specifically adapted to the interests and needs of the individual student.

Typically, the programme has an emphasis on furthering a student’s literacy skills in English.  It aims to ensure that by the end of the year students are at intermediate level in English and have become more able and confident in reading, writing, speaking and listening in English.

For the IB programme please enquire more at:

 
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IB DIPLOMA PROGRAMME (SIXTH FORM)

The International Baccalaureate (IB) is a rigorous academic program emphasizing academic achievement, critical thinking, research skills and community service. It has been operating worldwide for almost 30 years and is in place in almost 1500 schools in around 120 countries around the world.  The IB Diploma is recognized in virtually every country in the world.

 The Diploma Programme encourages students to:

  • ask challenging questions

  • learn how to learn

  • develop a strong sense of their own identity and culture

  • develop the ability to communicate with and understand people from other countries and cultures.

Because of this, the IB is highly valued by many universities across the world.  In many UK and North American universities it is felt to be the best programme in preparing students for Tertiary Education.

‘In the States and in Canada, IB students are very much sought-after’

‘What the IB gives you, that I think A-levels don't, are the skills not just to get into university, but to succeed at university’ 

At Regent’s International School our students consistently exceed world average point scores and go on to study at a range of universities including Oxbridge, LSE, Imperial, Manchester in the UK, Cornell, Pennsylvania, New York and Berkeley in USA, UBC and Toronto in Canada and City University in Hong Kong and many more.

The curriculum

The IB Diploma requires students to study six subject areas, with one discipline taken from each group in the curriculum model:

  1. Language A (literature and/or language): English, Thai

  2. Language B (second language) or another Language A: English, Thai, Mandarin, Spanish, French

  3. Individuals and Societies:  Business Management, Economics, Geography, History

  4. Experimental Sciences:  Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Sports Education Health Science, ESS (Environmental systems and societies)

  5. Mathematics

  6. Arts:  Theatre Arts, Art, Music (or one subject from groups 1-4)

All IB Diploma students must choose three courses at Higher Level (HL) and three courses at Standard Level (SL).

In addition to these academic disciplines, the IBDP is founded on three core components for which the students are required to:

  • Complete a 4000 word Research Essay

  • Undertake a two year course of study in the Theory of Knowledge (TOK)

  • Commit to a range of Creative, Action, and Service (CAS) oriented endeavours

Recommended Entry requirements for IB Diploma

Due to the course content the following recommendations are made regarding entrance into some subjects at different levels:

  • A* at IGCSE is recommended for HL mathematics

  • B or higher is generally recommended at IGCSE to take subjects at HL.

  • C or higher at IGCSE is recommended to take other subjects at SL

Regent’s International School also offer the IB Certificate route which may be more appropriate for students who do not meet the recommended requirements for the IB Diploma. More information on this can be found at http://www.ibo.org/programmes/career-related-programme/

Assessment

IB Subjects are graded on a scale of 1 (minimum) to 7 (maximum). The students may gain up to another 3 points through the Theory of Knowledge and Extended Essay. The maximum number of points awarded for the IB Diploma is 45.  Generally, a student must gain 24 points with 12 points at HL and and fulfill some other requirements

Prepared for university and life

The IB Diploma programme at Regent’s International School ensures that our students leave school prepared for university, prepared for the challenges they will face but, more than this, able to actively participate in society as open minded, principled global citizens.

IB Handbook


For more information you can contact

 
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IB SIXTH FORM LIFE

“Our students often achieve some of the best IB grades in Thailand and the world”

Our students in Years 12 and 13 (Key Stage 5) embark on the challenges of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma that sees them receive places at some of the top universities in the world. 

The IB is designed as an academically challenging and balanced programme that prepares students for the transition into university. The best universities now demand more than academic success and so we provide our students with a platform to gain the extra skills required to meet these high standards.

Our teachers, all of whom possess UK Qualified Teacher Status and who are all native English speakers, are on hand to provide guidance but also encourage students to learn self-organisation. Our staff ensure each student receives the support to fulfil their potential with extensive experience on university guidance, time management, support and encouragement. 

Read more about the IB programme here 

SIXTH FORM LIFE AT REGENT'S

Our Sixth Formers (students following the IB curriculum) are highly revered members of the school and all have the opportunity to use their time as Regent’s Sixth Formers to develop valuable leadership skills on their journey towards becoming independent, global citizens.

They take on the role of ‘school ambassadors’ for younger students as they offer a helping hand and valuable advice. 

The IB Diploma is described by many as one of the most challenging and rewarding pre-university courses currently available worldwide. This is one of the reasons our students form lifelong friendship bonds as they overcome challenges together and create an environment that they all feel comfortable in.

Our Sixth Formers also have their own Suite which includes a study room and a room for the purpose of relaxing and socialising with their peers. 

 

IGCSE & IB RESULTS OVERVIEW

IGCSE 2020

Congratulations to our IGCSE Class of 2020!
Regent’s International School, Bangkok, are
celebrating another great year of IGCSE results.
This year our students yet again gained more
than twice as many A*-A grades and over 30%
more A*-C grades than the UK averages.

IB diploma 2020

Over 20% of our students gained 35 or
more points in their IB Diploma. A special
mention goes to Ryo Yokoyama for his
amazing achievement of 43 points !


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COURSES

 
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INTRODUCTORY EXPERIENCE

Students will be completely immersed in daily school life with their international peers and native-English speaking teachers. 
This course is specifically designed for students who wish to experience international education for a short term. Specially Thai students who are currently studying in local Thai or Bi-lingual schools.
We offer this opportunity to all students aged 3-14 years. Our fantastic onsite teaching facilities and qualified British teachers will help all students gain confidence and excel in every aspect of their English language skills and core subjects.
Spaces are limited so to avoid disappointment please book as soon as possible.

PRIVATE TUTORING

Regent's Bangkok now offers private and group tutoring for students of age 3 - 18 years. With the expertise of Regent's teachers students can design their own class and excel in the subject of their choice. 

The course is open to all the students in Bangkok. Subjects currently offered include Math, English, Science, and Humanities.

For more information, please contact

Email: business@regents.ac.th

Call: 02 957 5777 ext. 623

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ENGLISH FOR ADULTS AND CORPORATIONS

As a school that has had a long standing history of providing the best in British education in Thailand the school plans to use the same English language expertise to aid language development for adults in the workplace.

The course is ideal for companies who wish to provide customised language training for employees.
Course modules will include:

  • Business English conversation

  • Business English communication

  • Business E-mail writing

  • English for Presentation Skills

  • English for Negotiation Skills

Business English course will give you the skills and confidence to meet the challenges of using English in business world.

As we understand the nature of working life and recognize the difficulty in finding time for language development the courses on offer will be flexible and can be tailored to suit individual needs. 

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BABY AND TODDLER

Playgroup

We offer families and toddlers a safe, fun and relaxed environment where everyone can feel welcome. Our programme is based upon a learning-through -play approach that focuses on involving families in their children’s learning and development.

Little Stars is a sub-organisation within the Regent’s International School for children aged 8 months - 3 years, run by the school’s British staff.

There are many benefits of attending our toddler group. A key advantage is that families and our school have the opportunity to build a strong relationship prior to your child starting Early years. Young children have the opportunity to meet other children, interact with them and play alongside them and families benefit from meeting other parents too. Little Stars Toddler Group provides the preparation which your child will need for their future education, while of course having fun!

 
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IGSCE SCIENCE CAMP

19 - 23 April 2021

In this exciting 5 day course, students will be taken through the syllabus content and past-paper questions pertaining to IGCSE Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics. Led by Richard James Rogers, bestselling author, Google Certified Educator and Regent's very own IBDP Chemistry teacher, this camp promises to be of exceptional quality and value for money. Utilizing the very latest educational technology, students will be stimulated, challenged and fully immersed in a pioneering journey of knowledge and understanding. This course is offered at a special price for 25 hours with a 30% discount: only THB 11,870.

 

601, 99 Pracha Uthit Rd, Khwaeng Wang Thonglang, Khet Wang Thonglang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10310, Thailand

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