Following on from yesterday's preparations, this morning, Thursday 22nd November 2018, parents/guardians, students, teaching staff and support team all gathered in the Convention Hall for the Loy Krathong Cerebration. Mr Thaworn Senneam, Senior Advisor, made an opening speech and welcomed our honoured guests, Madame Evariana Sulaiman, the spouse of His Excellency Fachry Sulaiman, the Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia in Songkhla, together with her friends to experience and celebrate this annual glittering Thai tradition. We highly appreciate all parents for their cooperative attire in Thai Traditional dress and scrumptious authentic Thai desserts provided.
Bloomsbury International School Hatyai is proud to announce that it has just been approved as an Oxford International AQA Examinations centre. This means the school can offer students courses designed to prepare them for examinations set by Oxford AQA as well as those set by Cambridge International Examinations (for which the school already holds approved centreship).
Inline Skating-Rollerblading ECA (Extracurricular activity) started to roll this week in new initiative brought to Bloomsbury by Mr. Covey and BKK Skating School. Students attending the ECA will follow the same programme as other leading international schools in Thailand. BKK Skating School has an upcoming ‘Inline Skating Camp’ on the 8th December at Thammsat X-treme Plaza in Bangkok. They offer a quality progressive programme which aims at the development of skating skills and skating style.
ECA Learning Objectives:
- Promote Inline Skating as an additional physical activity option for all students.
- Enrich student learning with a fun activity, to develop their skills in many areas.
Some benefits include:
- Encourages Fast Decision Making
- Develops Autonomy and Leadership Skills
- Improves Reflexes
- Increases Endurance and Body Strength
- Improves Coordination, Balance and Flexibility
- An Excellent Cardio Workout
- Clears the mind and it’s great fun!
Year 7 students are learning about the different categories of instruments and how these instruments are classified into certain groups. In the last lesson, they focused on the chordophone category of instruments. These are instruments that make sound by way of a vibrating string, and all of them share similar qualities.
Year 7 students conducted an experiment to determine how the solubility of solids in liquids changes with temperature.