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YIPIYA Performance

On Friday 17th May, the Primary section welcomed both Songkhla Orphanages and Baan Sosa Nursery School to join us for a performance: YIPIYA.

The clown performance, portrayed the effect that plastic pollution is having on marine life across the planet. Although entertaining, as you would expect from a clown, the message of the piece was both clear and thought provoking for all students.

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Congratulations Mr Max Andrew Strubelt!

Bloomsbury is delighted to announce that our Sixth Form student and erstwhile Head Boy, Max Strubelt, has just applied successfully to (and been formally accepted by) Mae Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai, Thailand, where he will read for a B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science) undergraduate degree in Multimedia Technology and Animation from August 2019. This degree choice offers all sorts of exciting career pathways to graduates upon its conclusion; we are all very proud of Max and would like to extend our warmest congratulations to him and to wish him every success and happiness with his future studies and career.

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Year 7 Soil Drainage Experiment

By pouring a known volume of water over known masses of different soil samples, Year 7 investigated water drainage. Over 15 minutes, they recorded the volume of water that was able to pass through the soil, into the measuring cylinder below. Our next lesson will involve investigating the volume of air in the same soil samples.

Congratulations Master Ariyaphol Leekul!

Bloomsbury International School Hatyai would hereby like to express its warm congratulations once again to Master Ariyaphol Leekul (a.k.a. Pai-Eng), a Year 5 student, who has won the U10 Boy Doubles at the Youth Tennis Competition for King's Cup 2019 held during 21st April-3rd May 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand.

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A presentation from the Young Entrepreneurs programme

Students from the Young Entrepreneurs programme presented their latest developments to the rest of secondary in this week’s assembly. The teams are ‘Eats and Treats’ and ‘Novagem’ in Year 9 followed by ‘Cook Cookie’ and ‘Bubble Blooms’ in Year 10. The teams have been developing their products since October with just one hour per week during ECA time. Eats and Treats have sourced a supplier, conducted market research and made sales whilst Novagem have spent considerable time developing an exciting new board game. Cook Cookie have focussed on their branding whilst Bubble Blooms have been developing their new drinks to get the flavours just right.

Bloomsbury students embrace the principles of interculturalism

Bloomsbury students embrace the principles of interculturalism.

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On Thursday 4th April 2019 Bloomsbury International School Hatyai celebrated Songkran inside the school in the afternoon.

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With the crowd in good spirits, Mr Andrew Elliot, the school Principal reminded the secondary students of how events such as the school's Sports Day are driven by Bloomsbury's guiding statements. Physical fitness (which is promoted via sports and PE occasions) is regarded as an essential life skill, and the teamwork and shared purpose potential of participating in Sports Day via Bloomsbury's house system represents an important way in which the school value statement that encourages a sense of pride in belonging to the school community, of loyalty, of unity and of shared purpose can be realised.


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