THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING, MR ANDREW JAMES ELLIOTT

Miss Pimjun Senneam, who is the Chair of the Board of Directors at Bloomsbury International School Hatyai has announced the resignation of the school Principal, Mr. Andrew Elliott. His final day at Bloomsbury International School Hatyai (BISH) was on 28th January 2020.

Since joining BISH in June 2017, Mr. Andrew James Elliott has been a valued leader. He has also supported a learning environment in which our children have had the opportunity to find their own strengths, to achieve their best and to further their enjoyment of learning.

To ensure that our mission focusing on best practices in international education, fostering academic achievement, essential life skills and qualities of our students as global citizens in the twenty-first century, the Board has appointed Mr. Andrew Strubelt as Acting Principal for the time being.

The Board is committed to finding an exceptional new Principal who will take the school to an excellent standard of British education and has started on a recruitment process. The Board will ensure a rigorous selection process to secure a talented leader who can lead the school through the next stage of its development.

Chinese New Year 2020

Teachers, parents and students alike all celebrated in a sea of red and gold colours as Chinese New Year has arrived once again. Chinese New Year marks the start of a new zodiac year and we welcomed the Year of the Rat with an afternoon of festivities. The parents committee provided a banquet like no other: noodles, buns, seafood and much more.

Secondary Students Educational Trip to Bangkok

Secondary students recently came back from an educational trip to the capital of Thailand, Bangkok. The main purpose of the visit was for students to gain an insight into further education by attending the Study UK Educational Fair, where universities from the United Kingdom were offering lectures and advise to students about the variety of courses they had on offer.

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) BETWEEN BLOOMSBURY AND SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE (SUIC)

Bloomsbury is pleased to announce that it has concluded a new MoU - this time with Silpakorn University's International College (SUIC), which offers a full range of exciting and relevant academic and career possibilities for BISH graduates.

Congratulations Bloomsbury!

Bloomsbury International School Hatyai would hereby like to express its warm congratulations to the following students who received awards from Australian Mathematics Competition and from Yamaha Thailand Music Festival 2020.

Nutrition & Hygiene Workshop For Kitchen And Housekeeping Staff

On 23rd November 2019, Bloomsbury International School Hatyai welcomed Asst Prof Siriwan Pruktiwilai and Mr Narinpop Chuaykarn (Assistant to Dean), Faculty of Liberal Arts, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Songkhla to deliver a workshop on Nutrition and Hygiene to our kitchen and housekeeping staff.

Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai visits Bloomsbury

On Friday the 15th of November, Bloomsbury was delighted to welcome representatives from Mae Fah Luang University Chiang Rai. These visitors provided our Years 9, 10 and 11 students a presentation showing them the intriguing and exciting programs their University had to offer our students after they compete their studies at Bloomsbury.

Key stage 4 Nakhon Sri Thammarat School Trip

Years 9 to 12 visited culturally enriched and ethical settings which gave an insight to the past of this part of Thailand and its future. Students visited Wat Phra Mahathat and got to see a Buddhist temple and a pagoda built many years ago and witnessed that it does not seem to have a shadow in the sunlight. Moving on to The National museum of Nakhon Si Thammarat to gain an insight of its history and how it has become the place it is today.

Thanks to the iWind team we then had a chance to find out more about the wind park found in Pak Phanang, how the wind turbines work, how energy is generated and how to make our very own paper windmill. The highlight of the trip involved getting to plant a tree to give something back to mother Earth.