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A Fabulous FOBISSEA Music Festival at GIS

Some of the finest young musicians in Southeast Asia have enjoyed a four-day music festival at Garden International School (GIS). A total of 15...

GIS students welcome Camillian children

Youngsters from the Camillian Centre in Rayong, which cares for children and adults with HIV and AIDS, came to GIS for their annual...

Garden Goes Green(er)

Garden International School (GIS) held a whole school assembly to mark Earth Day. Led by Head of Humanities Mr Elderkamp, students explained the...

GIS students sing and dance for special talent show

Students from Garden International School (GIS) sang, danced and performed a dazzling array of songs during a special talent show. On October 19,...

Big Mango stages Tango

GIS students have been to see a special dance show in Bangkok. The secondary Spanish department organized the trip on October 14 to...

GIS raises funds for Fobissea Primary Games participation

A mammoth fundraising effort has helped support an international sports event for students near Pattaya. Swimming, goalkeeping, a sporting...

GIS celebrates annual International Day

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

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