Secondary End of School Year Awards

Today marked another very important day in the Bloomsbury calendar as all of the secondary students and teachers gathered together for the end-of-school-year awards. We celebrated the hard-working and determined students at Bloomsbury by honouring them with the prestigious prize of winning the school cups. The winners for secondary are as follows:

Headteacher’s prize award – Top Student in all aspects of school life – D-nee.

Student of the year – Bam

Hardest working – Mono

Most improved – Chertam

Secondary Achievement – Highest achieving student – Bam

School Spirit – Who embodies the social and emotional values of the school – Jess

Leader – Who has demonstrated real leadership qualities – Jess

English – Overall creativity and use of English – Japan

English Speaking and listening – Someone whose diction and delivery of presentations is top-notch – Jess

Writing – Most improved writer – Mika

Maths – Top student who really enjoys it or most improved who has discovered a love of maths – Poy

Science – Top student who really enjoys it or most improved who has discovered a love of Science – Fiona

Thai – Top student – Bam

Humanities – Top student who has gone the extra mile to research or present – Iman

IT – Most competent and able to use programmes in a creative way – Namo

Art – The most wonderful and gifted artist who utilises their skills to greatest effect – Bam

Music – Who has made the most progress or most accomplished – D-nee

PE – Sports ability – Posh

Business – Secondary only Most likely to succeed in the real world of business – Poy

Congratulations to our Math Challenge Awardees!

On Monday morning's Secondary assembly, we awarded our students who won in the Online International Math Challenge (IMC) held on 8-9 October 2020. This year, Online IMC witnessed 1600+ brilliant participants from 70 countries.

CATEGORY I - Bronze Award
Miss Natcha Suwannachot
Miss Charita Jintagosol

CATEGORY II - Bronze Award
Master Kittrin Trintrakarn
Miss Nitchanan Chaiyanuwong

CATEGORY II - Honorable Mention
Miss Petra Vichean
Master Suwijak Sridam

Master Pipitchaya Sridam

Bloomsbury International School Hatyai takes great pride in supporting all our students to enable them to realise their full potential to the maximum degree in all the subjects they follow.

Secondary Ton Nga Chang Waterfall Field Trip

To start a new and exciting year at Bloomsbury, Secondary students had a day of fun educational activities at Ton Nga Chang Waterfall on 30 September 2020.


On Friday 28 August at 2pm, Bloomsbury's executives welcomed His Excellency Fachry Sulaiman, the Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia in Songkhla, and Madam Evariana Sulaiman, his wife, to celebrate the graduation of their daughter, Miss Siti Nadhira Sulaiman. A number of teachers and secondary students assembled at the Convention Hall to witness Miss Nadhira receive a certificate for successfully completing AS level. This was followed by everyone sampling an Indonesian cuisine consisting of Soto Banjar, noodle soup from Kalimantan, Indonesian fried roll, and a sweet layered cake.

Bloomsbury International School Hatyai congratulates Miss Nadhira once again for being accepted at Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia in the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences. Best wishes as you begin a new adventurous journey.

Welcome Back Old and New Secondary Students!

Today, we reopened our doors to welcome all Secondary students 'only' in order to keep social distancing. There were temperature and travel history checks near our school field followed by morning registrations. Social distancing was observed throughout the day - in the classrooms, in meals, and even during breaks. It's good to see everyone in Secondary once again after a long break.

First Two Weeks of Online Teaching in Secondary!

Similarly, our Secondary class teachers have been working hard for the past two weeks to deliver their lessons online. Here are a few photos of their online teaching.

Year 7 students visited our Boarding

On 29th January, the Year 7 students had a chance to spend the night in boarding. We had fun activities consisting of ball games, board games, and hide-and-seek in the afternoon.

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.