Regent’s Presents: Shark Guardian

Thursday, 14 March 2013 10:59
This presentation from the Regent’s Presents programme saw the audience at the Regent’s School Pattaya walking away with a deeper understanding of sharks and the challenges they face for survival.

Koh Phi Phi Project 2013

Thursday, 14 March 2013 11:03
Service and Adventure in Primary In 2004 a massive underwater earthquake struck deep under the Indian Ocean. As a result of this, a huge wave called a tsunami collided with much of the coastlines of India, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. Overall, more than 250,000 people...
Three of our community partners joined the Regents students over Round Square Week to take part in a number of sports and games.  On Wednesday Hand to Hand brought 12 primary children, on Thursday Wat Pong School brought over 70 secondary students and on Friday...

Sherlock Holmes returns to Regents

Wednesday, 03 October 2012 16:41
The Regent’s School Pattaya recently had some very special visitors: the wonderful Performance Exchange Theatre Company. They gave an excellent theatre workshop on the background and practice of Kabuki Theatre followed, in the afternoon, by a spellbinding performance of The Return of Sherlock Holmes to...

Insight: Education matters more than ever

Thursday, 27 September 2012 09:18
Professor Deborah Eyre, Director of Education at Nord Anglia Education, visited The Regent’s School Pattaya on 13th September to stress the ever-increasing importance of education during a successful presentation titled, “Helping your child to succeed at school and beyond”.
His Excellency Toomas Hendrick Ilves, President of the Republic of Estonia and Mrs. Evelin Ilves, the President’s wife, welcomed Dr. Virachai Techavijit, Honorary Consul General of the Republic of Estonia in Bangkok and chairman of the Regent’s School, on his official visit to the Republic...

Grant Pereira visits Regent’s

Thursday, 21 June 2012 10:36
“Which animal would you want to help the most?” asked a Primary student - after a silent pause Mr. Pereira replied, “Humans, humans need saving the most.”
It hardly seems 6 months since the auditions for the great American musical West Side Story, one of the classics of the genre, due for performance on the 5th-7th June at 6.30 p.m. in the Globe Theatre of the Regent’s School.
On Wednesday 2nd May, the Regent’s School added yet another prestigious event to its ever-growing list of attractions. The Regent’s Presents - our free version of the famed TED talks - was inaugurated in true style with a presentation from Mr. Matthew Friedman, the Regional...
It is hard to believe that our Reception children are only 4 and 5 years old when we see their confident singing, dancing and acting skills. This year the children put on an amazing performance of ‘A Day in the Life of a Minibeast’. The...

Regent’s celebrates internationalism

Thursday, 12 April 2012 11:25
International Day at the Regent’s School highlighted the school’s internationalism with great success, celebrating all nationalities that make up the school. A colourful array of costumes, traditional national cuisine and performances that reflected each country created a real sense of multiculturalism. Arranged by the students...
On 10th March, children from the Camillian Social Center in Rayong spent an afternoon with students from the Regent’s School, Pattaya and Lakefield College School, Canada at Nam Rin Beach. The Camillian Social Center is a community partner of Regent’s and this was one of...
The four Regent’s School Houses recently engaged in fierce but friendly competition with the annual theatre sports competition, a lively series of improvisation games modeled on the well-known TV panel game ‘Whose Line is it Anyway?’ The tournaments were played out in the Roundhouse theatre...

Mechai Viravaidya visits Regent’s School

Thursday, 09 February 2012 10:52
On Friday 23rd January we were privileged to have Mechai Viravaidya from the Village Development Project at The Regent’s School. He spoke to all the students from Years 6, 7, 8 and 9 in the Globe theatre. He came to talk about the School-Bird project...

Breaking business ground at the Regent’s

Thursday, 09 February 2012 10:56
The Regent’s continues to show off their entrepreneurial skills with students of all ages organizing and getting involved in their own businesses. Originally an after-school activity for students interested in doing something practical and outdoorsy with a beneficial outcome, The GoldFish PLC’s Garden project has...

Bel Walton wins Regent’s writing competition

Thursday, 26 January 2012 10:02
How much do you know about dolphins? The English Department at The Regent’s School organized a ‘Save the Dolphins’ research week for years 7, 8 and 9. Students and staff at The Regent’s School were inspired to help raise awareness of the capture and training of...
Last Monday, movie star Khun Bla and film director Mike Thomas visited Regent’s as part of their tour with the documentary “Living with the Tiger”. Khun Bla and Mike are both lively HIV/AIDS activists and the screening in The Globe Theatre was part of the...
Senior students of the Regent’s School are adding the final touches to their performance of Arabian Nights to be presented on Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th December in the Globe Theatre starting at 6.30 p.m.
Keith Bolter, chairman of Riddlesworth Hall Preparatory School, the famous 250 year old establishment where the Princess of Wales studied when she was young, welcomed a co-investment from The Regent’s School Thailand by Dr. Virachai Techavijit, chairman and Mrs. Thiphavan Techavijit, vice chairman.
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