“What’s wonderful about summer holiday is the opportunity for students to learn more about topics they enjoy and want to understand better. A great resource for self-discovery is https://www.getepic.com/. Epic is a free digital reading platform full of books and videos about a wide range of topics, including science. One of my favorite science books […]
RBIS students top spot in global history competition
RBIS students gaining top spot in global history competition From the 9th – 10th June 2021, our Y.7 and 8 history students took part in the International Junior History Championships, an exciting 2-day online event focused on Ancient Civilizations. Twenty three of our students competed with 5,313 of their peers from 27 international schools […]
Talent comes in so many different ways. Congratulations to Zaizi in Year 4 at RBIS International School Bangkok for winning the Hip Hop Level 1 award at the A.T.O.D. International Dance Competition 2021 staged at the Aksara Theatre Bangkok. #RBIS #RBISinternationalschool #Britishinternationalschool #bestinternationalschool #goodinternationalschool #goodqualityschool #educationmatters #internationalschool #internationalschoolinbangkok #happyschool #roundsquareschool #learningwithoutwall #aimevenhigher #primaryschool #primaryeducation #primaryclassroom […]
We’re honored to announce that one of our exemplary students in Year 6, Boon, received Grand Honors from the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. Many bright scholars competed from around the world to demonstrate their intellect and he ranked among the highest tier. Congratulations on this marvelous achievement! #RBIS #RBISinternationalschool #Britishinternationalschool #bestinternationalschool […]
This week,the students at RBIS joined the global community of millions of children, in over 100 countries in celebrating World Book Day. Reading is the most important skill which a child can learn. It lays the foundations for future success. It stimulates the brain; develops empathy and critical thinking skills; strengthens our understanding of the […]
Research indicates that students who have a strong foundation in their first language are likely to learn English more quickly. It is difficult to build a second language if the first language foundation is not established and supported while the second language is being learned. How can you help your child at home? read […]
Science is not just found in our textbooks by Megan Marie Griep from Year 6 class teacher. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISHKgCokSaM #RBIS#RBISinternationalschool#secondaryschool#greatschool#IGCSE#ALevel#ASlevel#BTEC#highschool#middleschool#secondary#onlinelearning
Digital Citizens of RBIS – a must have skill for the 21st Century
Virtual learning has become our safe haven during pandemic and continues to provide meaningful holistic education to our future generation. Adopting virtual learning is the new normal and to keep the educators and students engaged and active. Technology has played a vital role for seamless transition from classroom setup to on screen learning. The students […]
Many of the children who enter our Year 1 will have spent time in our Nursery, Pre-Reception and Reception classes and will have had experience with all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Curriculum. They will be happy, enthusiastic, excited and ready to learn more. An important part of the EYFS Curriculum is […]
Hello Parents! My name is Mr. Phil Tomkins and I am very happy to have the job of teaching Year 1 here at RBIS Bangkok. I’m from the U.K. and have been a qualified teacher for many years with experience in England, Greece, Norway, Netherlands and here in Thailand. As a specialist Primary School teacher […]
The Thai government has transferred two of the days of national Songkran celebrations postponed from earlier in the year by the precautions in place to protect against covid virus. The students in all of the different departments of RBIS celebrated the first of these national days in school. Wearing the bright and beautiful shirts associated […]
RBIS is offering scholarships to help find the next Pichai “Eak” Keawvichit
Know a teenager who dreams of becoming the next Alex Face or Tavepong Pratoomwong? Rasami British International School (RBIS) might give them the boost they need to get there. The international school has teamed up with Thailand’s inspirational motosai driver-turned-photographer Pichai “Eak” Keawvichit to offer a means-based scholarship for aspiring Thai teenagers. Offered every year, and valid for a two-year […]
“Even the smallest person can change the course of the future” – J.R.R. Tolkien At RBIS we pride ourselves on our ability to adapt to any situation. Our staff and students have risen to the challenge we now face. Teachers have expertly adapted their learning materials online, and each day are finding new ways of […]
Sixth Form graduating students to the world’s top-ranked universities
Our Sixth Form graduating students this year have already secured offers of admission to some of the world’s top-ranked universities, including University of British Columbia (Canada), University of Alberta (Canada), University of Calgary (Canada), Maastricht University (the Netherlands) and Chulalongkorn and Kasetsart Universities here in Thailand
The team at RBIS would like to thank our students for all of their hard work, and our parents for all of their support, as we work together to develop successful home learning experiences.This is a fast and exciting journey for everyone involved; with our teachers working hard to put together a schedule for our […]
We are very proud that on Wednesday 27th November, two of our A level students won Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards – both receiving High Achievement Awards: Gigi Wallace for her score on the AS General Paper, and Lita Wipulanusat for her AS in Digital Media and Design. Lita and her parents attended the award ceremony […]
An environmentally-friendly school By Lilly Khaokham
Eco Club A new lunchtime activity has been introduced to give the young environmentalists of our school a stronger role in the ways we give our world a helping hand. As of recently, the children have been sending out powerful messages, persuading the people of our school to protect our environment with beautiful hand-made posters, with […]
One of our recycling projects in Secondary is collecting used clothes which we donate to worthy causes so we can help those in need. This half term we received many donations from students and teachers in Secondary. On Tuesday 15th October a group of students took our collection to Second Chance, an organisation who provide […]
As a student who took art and media studies as A levels, I’ve realised the importance of the two subjects as they have made me better appreciate the impact of art, the process of building a sense of individuality in the subject, as well as a detailed understanding of media, which has one of the […]
On Monday 7th October representatives of RBIS took part in the Eco Beasts Community Action Day. The Eco Beasts vision: Every school in Bangkok is a model of sustainability, developing students into future leaders who make responsible, environmentally conscious choices to help drive the transition to a sustainable society. Their mission: To unite schools under […]
Our lovely students participate in the 11th Friendship cup competition. Friendship cup is Chinese skills competition such as calligraphy, singing, tell a story etc. And this year on the topic 魅力 中国 行: the charm of traveling to the dragon land. They participated in the calligraphy competition and the pencil calligraphy competition and got the […]
Secondary School Already! (Solving the Mystery of Starting Secondary School) Where has the time gone? Your child is now starting secondary school. We have a few tips to share with you for your child to start secondary school successfully. RBIS follows the UK Curriculum and this means children start secondary education aged 11. It is […]
Your child’s social skills in kindergarten are more important than their academics
By Amanda Morgan Parents of young children tend to worry a lot about whether or not their kids are making adequate gains as they launch into their academic careers. “Can Johnny read the list of 100 high-frequency words?” “Does Betty know how to count to 500?” “Is Tom doing quantum physics yet?” While early education […]
We all like to share special times with our special friends. Monday was Bring a Teddy Bear to School Day. We brought our special friend and shared the fun of a school day. The photos show we all felt relaxed and had a great time. We hope to see our friends again soon.
LIVING IN BANGKOK Bangkok is noisy, colourful and always on the go! Home to over 14 million people, there are expats from every corner of the globe mixed in with the millions of local Thais. The city is safe to live in for expats and very affordable. Eating out is the norm – Bangkok has more […]
Our Community Service project at Ban Yangklon School during June 2019 was a huge success. We returned to the school to complete a project we started a year earlier. We have shared two videos with you so you can see the wonderful work carried out by our students in Year 11, Year 12 and […]
It’s science: Babysitting your grandkids helps you live longer 🙌
It’s been a long week. You’re stressed out from mama duties. You want to take a break over the weekend, but you don’t want to burden your parents by asking them to babysit. They don’t mind, of course, because they adore your little bundle of joy. But there’s another good reason to ask: Science shows […]
Surviving the First Month at School: a Guide for Parents of Young Children
Lisy Ros, Early Years Coordinator, RBIS As a parent, the first two years of your child’s life are an exhilarating adventure. It is a wonderful experience, however, many will agree that it is also very challenging, both mentally and physically demanding. Particularly when your child turns 2 years old and it suddenly feels like you […]
June 7, 2019, Friday.. Bangkok faced one of the heaviest downpours in the afternoon for a continuous 2.5 hrs and by the time, it was school pickup, the traffic on the road had come to a standstill.. With public transportation completely available and walking made almost possible with the water logged roads, I was […]
Congratulations to Natthapee Sriarunluck (Bank), our Sports Scholar
Congratulations to Natthapee Sriarunluck (Bank), our Sports Scholar. He worked very hard to balance his IGCSE studies as well as his passion for Badminton. His proud father has said that aside from sports, I am proud that Bank earns Tutor award by participating as one member of the student council. ‘ In the past […]
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