The Regent's International School Bangkok

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The Regent's International School, Bangkok
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Established 2000
Type International School
Co-educational Day and Boarding school
Headteacher Mr. Peter Hogan
Founder Dr. Virachai Techavijit
Location 601/99 Pracha-Uthit Road, Wangthonglang
Bangkok
10310
Thailand
Students 700
Gender Mixed
Ages 2–18
Website www.regents.ac.th

The Regent's International School, Bangkok is a day and boarding school for students aged 3 – 18. The school is guided by the English National Curriculum from the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) leading to IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) and IB (International Baccalaureate) Diploma Programme in the Sixth Form.

Facilities[edit]

The school campus comprises three buildings, Fifa artificial turf, swimming pool, basketball court, tennis court, a sports complex, a theatre, safe play area, libraries, well-equipped science labs, Yamaha music room, and gym.

Teachers and students[edit]

Of the students currently enrolled, there are over 50 nationalities. The majority of teachers and boarding staff are British. There are also Australian, New Zealand, Canadian and American staff. All are first language English speakers except for Thai, Mandarin, Spanish and French language teachers and all teaching staff have UK accredited Qualified Teacher Status.

Memberships and accreditation[edit]

Regent's International School Bangkok joined the Round Square Association in 2001.[1] The curriculum is derived in part from the membership of Round Square and the ideals of internationalism, democracy, environmental, adventure, leadership, and service.

The school is a member of Federation of British International Schools in South East Asia, Council of International Schools, and British Boarding School Association. The school is accredited internationally by CIS, and nationally by ONESQA.

Scholarships[edit]

  • Bhutanese Scholarship
  • UN Sponsored Awards
  • Music Scholarship[2]
  • Global Connect Scholarship
  • Olympiad Scholarship
  • British Boarding Scholarship Programme
  • Diplomatic Connect Programme

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