Garden International School (GIS) in Thailand hosted the second FOBISSEA Drama and provided a mix of acting and action.
FOBISSEA Drama was held at the Rayong-based school and was a complete success. The students experienced many hours of drama workshops during the event, which was held from February 13-16, that focused on everything from movement to dance, to soundscapes, to choreographed fighting!
Students, who came from several countries within Southeast Asia, enjoyed copious amounts of food, which was excellently prepared by the staff at Brookside Valley Resort, which is where the event was held. The FOBISSEA participants even found time to have a pool party and disco.
Students take part in a variety of teambuilding activities.
On the final day, everyone returned to GIS and put on various performances based on what they had learned before a packed audience.
As well as drama, GIS offers IGCSE and International Baccalaureate (IB) examinations. To find out more about these internationally-recognised tests, come along to an IGCSE information evening at GIS on Tuesday March 12 from 7pm. Bursaries are available for Thai IB students, while Russian language will be offered for native speakers from August 2013 at IB level.
For more on GIS, visit www.gardenrayong.com.
Enjoying a pool party!
Flying high on a zipline.
Garden students practice their sword skills
Taking to the sky for the FOBISSEA Drama event.
Students learn many new drama skills at the event.
Students from across Southeast Asia participate in Garden’s FOBISSEA Drama event.
Students stage a final performance to showcase their newly-learned skills.
Students dance and act their way through the final show.