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.
On Monday, 3rd December 2018 at 10.00 a.m., Bloomsbury’s Management Team, Mr Thaworn Senneam - School Adviser, Ms Pimjun Senneam - School Licensee, Mr Andrew Elliott - Principal, Mr Craig Rowark – Vice Principal and Mr Somkiat Yanjeen–Director, were pleased to visit Hatyai University,as a result of which the two institutions will work together over matters of mutual academic interest in international education.
On Monday, 3rd December 2018 at 08:05 a.m. in the Convention Hall, Scotland Building at Bloomsbury International School Hatyai, all teaching staff and students assembled in the Convention Hall for ‘Father’s Day’ activity.
On 28th November 2018 Bloomsbury’s Principal, Mr Andrew Elliott, chaired a meeting of stakeholder representatives to review the school’s guiding statements and values. This is an exercise the school conducts at regular intervals in order to ensure that the statements and values remain relevant and significant to all members of the Bloomsbury community.
Bloomsbury International School Hatyai has signed a co-operation agreement with Rangsit University, Pathum Thani, whereby the two institutions will work together over matters of mutual academic interest in international education. Among the main benefits offered by this co-operation is the opportunity it affords for A Level students at Bloomsbury to secure admission to the range of international undergraduate degree programmes offered by Rangsit (which span the fields of Business, Accountancy, Civil Engineering, ICT, Communication Arts and Hospitality).
Year 11 students conducted an experiment to observe and measure the reproductive structure found in flowers. These included the male and female reproductive organs.