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Showing posts from January, 2018

TISAC Arts Day

On 23 February 2018, six pupils from Year 3 and six pupils from Year 4 went to the TISAC Arts Day at St. Stephen's International School.

The pupils worked in groups and participated in several activities, such as Thai Dance, Thai Music, Art, and Drama. All the pupils enjoyed the day and performed extremely well.

It was a pleasing day for our school as Gem Year 4 was awarded the certificate for best drama of the day and Amy Year 3 was awarded the certificate for best in Thai Music.

U9 Girls’ Football Team

On 20 January 2018, the U9 girls’ football team travelled across Bangkok to participate in the Harrow International 7s Tournament. In the group stages of the cup they beat Harrow 5-0, STA 6-0 and BKK Prep 8-1, playing some excellent football along the way. In the final they beat a game St Andrews 71 side 3-1 to lift the trophy.

This was the best display yet from our girls and it was especially pleasing to see all the squad members contribute to the dazzling football being played. The effort and sportsmanship shown by the girls throughout the tournament was first class. Well done to all those involved and a big thank you to all the parents for their continued support.

Next up for the girls is the defense of their TISAC U9 League Crown.#GoWolves #BlueArmy

                                                                                                 Mr Lewis Caple

Fransa Year 10 Won the International Writing Cup with Her Letter to the Prime Minister

In the Secondary level of the school one of our pupils has been applying her writing techniques into their own creative pieces.  She contributed some content for, an online writing network which users can share their own work.  With the desire to make changes in society expressed through a letter by Boonyanaree Wattanasan (Fransa) Year 10, she became the winner of the Letter Writing category for the International Writing Cup recently.

Fransa’s writing was a letter to the Prime Minister, General Prayut Chan-O-Cha, about the issues and consequences of pollution with her ideas on alternative ways, to help solve the environmental problem.

“I felt that it is not fair for other living creatures and to innocent, young kids who have nothing to do with this problem we are causing.  Therefore, I wrote this letter so people would know that if they take actions, they can cause the world and make it a better place,” she explained. 

Having received the good news of this writing ac…

Teacher’s Day: Year 11 Pupils Express Their Feelings for Their Teachers

Teacher’s Day is a special occasion to show appreciation towards educational professionals.  Our pupils in year 11 would like to express their feelings to their teachers.  Here are some of the pupils’ feelings for their teachers.

“I may be kind of new to this school comparing to other students who stay here since  their primary years, I’ve stayed here for only a year or two but even me who was once new to this school can noticed something special about it, it was love and warmth that was shared among people in this school. Teachers who were so nice to me, they’ve taken care of me and helped me to adapt to in this new environment.”- Kidcat Year11

“I want to thank all the teachers for not only giving me knowledge, but also making me a better person. I appreciate all the help and guidance you’ve given me. I’ve changed a lot as person and it’s thanks to all the teachers and people here. They really make this school feel like a second home.”- Ping Year11

“I have been here for 4 years since I …

7 Explanations on Being AS Level & A Level Pupils

As we grow up to be teenagers – we would like to explore in the subject area that are most suitable to our own characters.  At Heathfield International School, AS Level has given us an ultimate experience to start off, as we are shifting into an adulthood state for the rest of our life.  If you have not heard about it or not so sure how it would be like, let me just give you 7 explanations on being AS Level and A Level pupils.

1. First of all, AS Level and A Level are the traditional qualifications offered by schools in the United Kingdom for 16-19 years-old pupils. That is the reason why A Level is recognised by Universities around the world and friends from the UK have a similar experience in schools just like us.

2. Our learning is subjects specific focused.In Year 12 we normally choose 4 subjects for our AS Level to focus on.Then as we discover what they are really good at, we can choose to drop one subject off in A Level the next year.

3.As AS Level and A Level lessons are more comp…