GIS celebrates annual International Day

Friday, 02 March 2012 From Issue Vol. XX No. 9 By  Janette Oracion

Students, parents and teachers enjoyed an activity-filled International Day at Garden International School (GIS) Rayong on Friday, February 3.

GIS has students and teachers from an amazing 38 countries. The day began with HM the King’s anthem, followed by the flags of each nation being paraded in a special ceremony. Students then came to the stage to stand for their respective national anthems.

GIS has students and teachers from an amazing 38 countries.GIS has students and teachers from an amazing 38 countries.

The morning continued with a quiz in the main hall for Years 6-10 and various ‘international’ activities, including Thai cookery, ‘World Cup’ football and British pub games.

Foundation held their own activities to celebrate different nationalities and cultures, while primary undertook a ‘passport’ activity.

Filipinos standing proud as they sing their national anthem.Filipinos standing proud as they sing their national anthem.

In the evening, a range of international dishes was offered as parents, students and teachers joined to celebrate the day. A special show was held in the main hall which featured performances from all over the world, from Spanish dancing to Russian singing. The main hall was packed with parents and teachers who enjoyed another amazing show from the GIS students.

One of the spectacular performances during the evening show.One of the spectacular performances during the evening show.

In the morning activity, Mr. Andrew Gordon teaches Scottish dance to the students.In the morning activity, Mr. Andrew Gordon teaches Scottish dance to the students.

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