The Secondary School trips last month were a great experience for all involved. The trips included a variety of activities such as Kayaking in Krabi and hiking in Khao Sok, ropes courses in Kanchanaburi, factory tours in Singapore and teaching English in Cambodia. This week is a highlight of the year for many, creating memories and friendships that […]
Snow White is our Secondary Pantomime for 2018, telling the traditional story in pantomime style that will be performed in every UK town around this time of the year – December 7th @ 4.00pm. Tonight’s performance will be live-streamed by Bistek students. Aladdin is our version of the Disney classic featuring a cast of Year 4-6 students […]
British International School, Phuket – BISP’s Year 11 student Bai-Dteuy (Irawadee Thanwornbut) is participating in an exciting TV show called WinWinWAR Thailand on AMARIN TV (Thai Language) and presented by C-ASEAN, where social entrepreneurs compete against one another. She is one of 5 finalists chosen out of 1000+ applicants and will officially launch her app […]
Today’s Monitoring and Control – Parenting in the Digital Age presentation hosted by Jonathan Clark and Nigel Wheeler at BISP proved to be fruitful. Parents attending the event were informed about the hazards of excessive use of electronic devices and introduced to options they can use to encourage responsible use by their children. The parents […]
In remembrance of His Majesty the Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Birthday (December 5th) & Father’s Day, With Utmost Respect & Honour – British International School, Phuket
BISP is offering a presentation for parents “Monitoring and Control – Parenting in the Digital Age” by Jonathan Clark (Head of ICT) and Nigel Wheeler. The event will focus on how to manage device usage in your family, including monitoring, filtering and setting time allowances on your devices, followed by an open discussion. The venue will be the Conference […]
Parents from the BISP Community were invited into all Reception music lessons, so they could experience first hand just how our youngest musicians are developing. The students sang a variety of action songs and played percussion instruments to demonstrate how they can keep a steady beat. Thank you parents for your enthusiasm!