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Musical Theatre

The PYP Musical Theatre lunchtime club rehearsed hard for their performance Go for GoldAfter learning stage-craft, voice expression, body language acting and prop making, the students put on...

11 February 2020 | Mr. Matt

Book Tasting

Book tastings are a great way to introduce students to new genres of books in order to support their love of reading. Often kids get stuck into the same book type like comics or familiar series. Although this isn’t a bad thing (because all reading is good reading ;-)), our goal is to...

16 January 2020 | KIS International School

Applying to a Southern Hemisphere University

DP can be a very stressful time - on top of studying for our 6 core subjects, TOK and CAS, this is also the time everyone’s writing essays, having interviews and organizing deadlines for university.

 

I’m very lucky in the sense that I didn’t have to...

19 December 2019 | Petra, class of 2019

Learning about Careers - Hospitality Industry

KIS frequently invites speakers from different professions to come to talk to the students about possible career choices. The most recent guest was Mr. Antony Osborne, Managing Director of the Culineur School of Culinary Arts and Entrepreneurship who came to speak with students and parents. He...

10 December 2019 | KIS International School

Technology at KIS

KIS’s philosophy regarding technology in the classroom takes a modern approach. Rather than simply teach technology in an isolated class, the school has decided rather to teach and learn with technology.

This approach allows for technology to be evident, but...

18 November 2019 | Dr. Puk

Post Now, Regret Later: The Effects of Your Digital Footprint on College Admissions

It is often said that the internet and social media can impact your college admissions, scholarship offerings or even various employment opportunities. Social media has certainly gotten prospective high school university applicants in trouble in the past - and some even after they had already...

12 November 2019 | Dr. Shanell

Understanding Human Migration

Students in Grade 5 at KIS International School in Bangkok, Thailand, learned about migration. They welcomed guest speakers who were able to provide first hand accounts representing different perspectives on migration, including one of KIS's teachers who was a child refugee...

05 November 2019 | KIS International School

Using AR to Understand Land Forms

As part of grade 2's inquiry into settlements and why we live in certain places, students explored land forms using the augmented reality sandbox. This allowed them to explore the impact of mountains, lakes, rain, floods and terrain, and to identify the best place to create a settlement.

21 October 2019 | KIS International School

KIS Student Wins Writing Competition

Prateek, Grade 11 student at KIS, recently won a writing competition celebrating Masala Lite magazine's 10th year anniversary. His winning piece in the format of a rap, shown below, was published in the October 2019 issue. 

 

We congratulate Prateek on his...

11 October 2019 | KIS International School

KIS Student's Work Recognised by the Economist

KIS is proud to share the news that Puthipong (Sun) from Grade 12 submitted an essay about climate change to The Economist. An excerpt of his piece was selected to be published on their website.

 

What fundamental economic and political change, if any, is...

10 October 2019 | KIS International School