British International School, Phuket’s Isabella Hosking from Year 11 joined the U16s National Philippines Football team for training last month. Her team won against hosts Nepal 4 – 0. Congratulations Isabella, and well done! Read the story here.
BISP Triathlon programme Head Coach Zane & Mrs Walby took our athletes to the ISB Cross Country Invitational in Kanchanaburi. Running on a very challenging cross country course, BISP athletes competed in the 5K event. They earned a total of 5 individual medals and both boys’ & girls’ teams earned the 2nd place awards. Holly […]
On Tuesday the BISP parents’ group “Friends of BISP” invited new parents to join an “Orientation Tour” of the school campus and Phuket island. After a short welcome from Mr Richards, the Headmaster, our group of about 30 new parents from various countries were escorted on a tour of the school campus. The school tour highlighted the […]
Last week, professional basketball team ‘Mono Thailand’ visited British International School, Phuket and held two basketball clinics in the Sports Hall. The first session involving seven basketball players (all years) was enjoyed by everyone. The second session was for the BISP advanced training group. Cha Cha, an aspiring Year 11 basketball player at BISP & recently […]
On Friday 14th September, BISP Primary School students held a Wai Kru assembly to honour their teachers. The assembly was a fun mixture of Thai culture (including traditional dance and stylised Muay Thai moves) and quizzes revealing a little of the teachers’ personal lives. Students joined together to give the Student Pledge, affirming their intention […]
Wai Kru is a traditional ceremony in which Thai students pay respect to their teachers and thank them for providing the knowledge and skills necessary for a bright future. It usually takes place in the new BISP academic year and expresses the deep respect and gratitude students have for their teachers. This year, British International School, Phuket […]
During the summer, several BISP students took exams at the Dragon Gym Taekwondo in Boat Lagoon. Their ages ranged from Reception to Year 10, and they achieved several belt levels. Hiisan from Year 4 received the level 2 black belt, the highest achieved in the group.