Bloomsbury would like to extend a warm welcome to its students, staff, parents and other stakeholders at the inception of our new academic year 2019-20. We have all sorts of exciting developments (academic, professional, recreational, sporting, cultural, social etc) planned - including a comprehensive school events programme - details of which will be announced at our forthcoming Parents' Information Day on 28 August. We look forward to seeing parents there, and we'll be in touch at further length over the details, timings, venues, logistics etc of each planned event individually. The school's management looks forward to working with everyone to make the new academic year vibrant, successful, authentic and enjoyable for all valued members of our school community!

SCHOOL ASSEMBLY 19 August 2019

Newly arrived teachers were introduced to students at a dynamic school assembly which marked the first of a series of similar school events scheduled for the new academic year. Assemblies offer invaluable opportunities for the whole school to meet together as a community, to award certificates and prizes, to showcase presentations and performances and to encourage a sense of belonging as a valued individual to a wider organisation: every member of the Bloomsbury community counts, every student, teacher and stakeholder is regarded as significant, and our weekly school assemblies enable key school relationships to be imbued with appreciation, respect, congratulations and applause whenever a particular achievement or success is celebrated.

INSET DAY 14 August 2019

The Principal, Mr Elliott, welcomed new and returning members of Bloomsbury's team of qualified, experienced, skilled and expert teachers and explained the school's mission, its ethos, its procedures and the emphasis it places on treating all our intercultural community's members (colleagues, students, parents etc) with consideration and respect. He was joined by our Board Chair, Khun Pimjun, who kindly greeted old and recently arrived staff and wished them well both personally and professionally in pursuing their teaching careers at Bloomsbury.

BloomsFest 2019

On Thursday 27th of June 2019 we celebrated the end of our academic year with an end of year show. The show consisted of student performances and the giving of prizes. It was a great way to end the current school year and celebrate all our achievements, talents, and skills learnt over the past academic year.

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Guiding Statements Review Meeting (June 2019)

On Thursday 20th June 2019, Bloomsbury International School Hatyai conducted its most recent Guiding Statements Review meeting, presided by Mr Andrew Elliott, the Head of School. The aim of the meeting, which provided the school with a range of opinions and viewpoints, was to condense our Guiding Statements into a phrase, slogan or a collection of key words that encapsulates what it means to be both a member of, and what we aspire to be, as part of our school and global community.

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English Fluency Award (EFA) Ceremony

On Tuesday, 21st May 2019, Bloomsbury International School Hatyai continued its tradition of rewarding students who have demonstrated improvement or continued proficiency in their English language usage. The awardees are selected by their form tutor and can prove to be a difficult and challenging decision to make with so many worthy recipients. May’s awards were awarded to the following students, who we wish to congratulate once again.

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Bloomsbury Maths Challenge

This term selected students from Year 5 to Year 10 took part in the UKMT Maths Challenge Junior and Intermediate Competition. The results were phenomenal, with 14 students being awarded certificates!

'BLOOMSBURY' Yellow Boats of Hope

Bloomsbury International School Hatyai is very proud to share photos of 2 out of 3 ‘BLOOMSBURY’ Yellow Boats of Hope donated to Sultan Memorial National High School Pikit, North Cotabato in the Philippines. Without the support of our students, parents and staff during the Valentine’s Day roses sales, we would not have been able to make this donation to a fantastic cause. We wish the students of Sultan Memorial the best of luck in the future!

Link to the Yellow Boats of Hope page is below; their post thanking Bloomsbury is the second one down.


Bloomsbury International School Hatyai
2119 Moo 6, Airport-Lopburirames Road, Kuanlung, Hatyai, Songkhla 90110 Thailand
Tel. +66(0) 74 251 255 to 6
Fax. +66(0) 74 251 254