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GIS IB students celebrate at Hilton

IB students from Garden International School (GIS) have celebrated the end of their examinations – and the end of school – with a special...

Russian Day celebrated at GIS

Russia's Maslenitsa Festival was celebrated at Garden International School (GIS). Some of the school's Russian students came up with the idea of celebrating the festival,...

Guest speakers help GIS students

Students at Garden International School (GIS) had special PSHE lessons this term. Instead of weekly lessons, there was one “collapsed morning” for students in Years...

Chocolate Cupcake Day raises funds for charity

Chocolate cupcakes of all shapes and sizes were created by students at Garden International School (GIS) - and helped to raise money for charity. Head...

Year 11 holds fabulous formal

Year 11 students from Garden International School (GIS) celebrated the end of their IGCSE examinations with a spectacular evening at a five-star resort. The students,...

GIS celebrates International Day with food, costumes, performances

Garden International School (GIS) celebrated this year’s International Day with food, costumes and performances from around the globe. GIS held its International Day on...

Diwali Delights at GIS

Garden International School (GIS) celebrated Diwali in spectacular fashion with dances, songs and traditional Indian snacks. The main hall was packed on November 5...

Drama tips for GIS students

A UK-based drama company has visited Garden International School to pass on some top acting tips. Performance Exchange made a special trip to GIS...

New Prefects revealed at GIS

Garden International School (GIS) held a whole school assembly to welcome its new Prefects and Head Boy and Head Girl. The Prefects were interviewed...

Heads for a Day

A Primary and Secondary student from Garden International School (GIS) became bosses for a day after winning the prize in the school’s Christmas Fun...

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A monk collecting alms died after being gored and trampled by a wild elephant in Chonburi. The body of Suthem Runganan, 52, was found Oct....