Category archives for: Education

School opens Bakery Learning Center

School opens Bakery Learning Center

A new bakery at Pattaya School Number 11 provides the community with affordable fresh-baked cakes, cookies, and bread.
Kicking off the project designed to improve the students’ social and vocational skills, Pattaya Deputy Mayor Wattana Chantanawaranon said the Bakery Learning Center will prepare students for employment without having to attend expensive college courses. Weekend baking classes [...]

A topic-based approach to learning

A topic-based approach to learning

by Rob Cable, Mooltripakdee International School
Mooltripakdee International School has adopted the innovative concept of taking a cross-curricular, topic-based approach to some of the National Curriculum’s foundation subjects. The scheme of work for these topics comes from a web-based educational charity called the William Rowan Hamilton Trust.
The stated aim of the Hamilton Trust is “to [...]

Students clean Bumper Beach

Students clean Bumper Beach

by Sarah and Robert
Intent on improving the coastal environment, Garden International School (GIS) divers and the International Baccalaureate (IB) crew set out for Koh Sak  to collect rubbish on the beach and then, donning snorkeling gear, in the sea as well.
Students and teachers from the Ban Chang school began their day at Mermaid Dive Centre [...]

Why children need Speech and Drama

Why children need Speech and Drama

by Annemaree Grant
What is Speech and Drama?
Speech is communicating with one another, and drama is choosing an interesting way to express it. Fear of speaking in public or socializing with peers is not uncommon for children. They are anxious, afraid of being ridiculed or being the centre of attention. The truth is, these fears will [...]

Music and Movement

Music and Movement

by Edward Emmett

Music and movement are both important in the intellectual, social, and emotional development of young children. Research has shown that music improves body movement, rhythm and awareness.
What are the benefits of music and movement?
- Children are geared towards learning language which is easy to process through song.
- Music encourages movement, teaching them [...]

GIS students score top grades

GIS students score top grades

by Paul Chesters

More than half the Garden International School class of 15 students who took their IGCSE Mathematics a year early achieved an A or A* grade, three students earned a B grade and three a C grade.
Hui Eun achieved an unprecedented result for a GIS student, scoring 99 per cent. Khing also gained an [...]

One, Two…..

One, Two…..

By Rochelle, Mooltripakdee International School

Some parents run out of ideas on how to keep their children entertained at home and will go to great lengths to make sure they are not bored. Many parents and teachers will agree that there is nothing so disheartening as a bored child and when that child becomes struck down [...]

Eco Ninjas Turn Garden Greener!

Eco Ninjas Turn Garden Greener!

by Mark Beales
Garden International School (GIS) is going even greener – with help from a group of Eco Ninjas!
The green-clad Eco Ninjas have been ’secretly’ appearing at school to encourage students to recycle bottles, paper and other materials.
So far they’ve been incredibly successful and money raised from recycling has helped provide new green areas all [...]

IB students set new records at Garden School

IB students set new records at Garden School

by Mark Beales
Garden International School (GIS) students achieved record-breaking resultsfollowing their International Baccalaureate (IB) studies. Average score was 34 points out of 45, the best-ever result in the history of the school and far above the global average of 29.8.
Ben Bartlett (photo) was awarded a remarkable 44 points–GIS’s best-ever score; he had studied at GIS [...]

A year of hard work and new experiences in Primary Year 3

A year of hard work and new experiences in Primary Year 3

by Rob Cable
It has been a fun and enjoyable year at Mooltripakdee International School, and the children in Primary Year 3 have progressed well over the course of each term. Together, we have improved our knowledge and gained a better understanding of the National Curriculum in lower Key Stage 2. I would like to share [...]

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