Parents and guardians were given a presentation concerning the school management’s academic and developmental plans for the school during this second term of the academic year 2018-19.
Children's Day celebrates everything magical about childhood and here at Bloomsbury we certainly celebrated. With help from professional chefs, caterers and medical staff, the Parents Committee kindly arranged a fabulous afternoon of activities for our students. We made scrumptious sushi, delicious Thai desserts, crunchy Chinese fried dough and learnt how to help our friends in a medical emergency.
Year 11 students have been learning about acids, bases and salts. They did a titration to figure out how much hydrochloric acid was needed to completely react with a known quantity of sodium carbonate.
On 7th January 2019 Bloomsbury’s Principal, Mr Andrew Elliott, received the school’s new Oxford International AQA centreship certificate following various visits made to Bloomsbury last year by Mr Matthew Bennett, Oxford International AQA Examinations’ Regional Director, Qualifications (South East Asia), and various meetings held in Bangkok between Mr Bennett and Mr Elliott.
Bloomsbury’s Principal, Mr Andrew Elliott, delivered an in-service training (‘INSET’) session to teachers and other staff on how to measure the effectiveness with which global citizenship is inculcated in the school’s classes and other operations.
Bloomsbury's Principal commended Upper Secondary students who had, in the considered opinion of their respective class teachers, produced the most impressive portfolios showcasing their experience, skills, talents, awards, interests and contributions to school life.