Community service Day 5 - RBIS

The last day of our residential had arrived. We checked out of Pet Resort and made our way to the school. After our breakfast we set about our final task. It was challenging as we were all tired now but we set up our reading corner, put in bookshelves around the library and set about putting up our posters. It was looking really good and the children were excited as they helped put the books on the shelves. They liked the reading corner which was carpeted and had beanbags and cushions. It was not long before they took books off the shelves and sat down and started to read. We could now see how wonderful the room looked and all our hard work was fully worth the effort.

Our project was complete – we were happy to see how good the library looked and the children’s dream of a new library had come true. To end our stay we joined the children as we all said goodbye. They were happy with their library but sad to see us leave; we all had a chance to speak to them and offer words of encouragement for their study at school. 

To end our trip we visited Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat in Phitsanulok before having a well- earned meal at KFC.

       



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Mr Sam Brougham

Mathematics, Science and Physics

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About me

I graduated from Keele University, UK, with a degree in Biology and Mathematics and then continued on to study towards my PGCE. After graduating I worked at a school in the UK teaching Biology, Chemistry and Physics. This gave me an opportunity to teach a wide range of scientific topics at different levels.

Why you I like to work at RBIS 

Since working at RBIS, I have had the opportunity to develop my Physics and Mathematics teaching to students at iGCSE and A-Level. Students at RBIS are so polite and hardworking and they are a pleasure to teach.

 

More about Mr Brougham

" As some of you may know, I am a keen sportsman. As a student at school and university I competed for many teams in Fencing, Badminton, Atheltics and Squash. Fencing however, is my primary sport. I have been fortunate enough to compete for the Great Britain U17, U20, Student and Senior teams at international tournaments around the world. Fencing taught me a lot growing up, it taught me how to win graciously, lose with dignity and most of all, how to work hard towards a goal. Whilst at RBIS, I am excited to be able to help students achieve their goals both inside and outside of school."