For the last part of Year 7’s unit on water, students were tasked with creating a poster that will help draw attention to the world-wide problem of water conservation.
The Nursery and Reception children enjoyed another weekly splashing session today. They had immense fun splashing, laughing, throwing the balls and playing with the sea creatures in the water.
The Year 11 students conducted an experiment to measure the rate of reaction of magnesium and hydrochloric acid. The volume of gas produced was measured using an inverted, submerged measuring cylinder full of water.
The Key Stage 2 Science Club made contraptions to protect an egg dropped from a great height. Two students managed to protect their eggs from the fall by using sponges and a parachute.
Yesterday at Bloomsbury International School Hatyai, some of our students in KS2 and Secondary have been solving difficult mathematical problems.
Last week, student of the month for September 2018 was voted by the teachers. In today’s assembly, Ai Ai Year 1 in Primary and Ihsan Year 8 in Secondary were awarded with their prizes and certificates. Special prizes were also given to Y5-Puh, Y8-Mika, Y9-Nada, Y10-Dnee and Y11-Aaron for their remarkable NGRT scores.
Mr Somkiat Yangjeen, the Thai Director at Bloomsbury International School Hatyai and a group of teachers & co-ordinators of the Enrichment Science Classroom from the Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC) attended a development workshop for Talented students on 28th September - 10th October 2018 at Harvard University and MIT in Boston, USA.