Bromsgrove International School Early Years Open Morning
Early Years Open Morning
Bromsgrove International School Thailand (BIST)
Early Years Open Morning
Early Years Campus, Ramkamhaeng 164
8 June 2018 from 09.00am – 11.00am
09.00-09.10 Welcome by Dr Dan Moore, Headmaster and CEO
09.10-09.30 Early Years Presentation & Philosophy by Charlotte Ridley, Early Years Principal
10.15-11.00 Hear from our Friends of Bromsgrove/Q&A
09.00-09.10 ต้อนรับและกล่าวเปิดงานโดย ดร แดน มัวร์ ครูใหญ่และประธานบริหาร
Bromsgrove 15 Year Anniversary video
We proudly present the Bromsgrove 15 Year Anniversary video. We would like to invite you to look back to where it all started and how we have become Bromsgrove International School, the leading British Day & Boarding International school in Southeast Asia today. Please enjoy.
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BIST Letter Transformation
On the 30th January 2018, at Windsor Park Campus, Bangkok over 600 students, teachers and staff of Bromsgrove International School Thailand (BIST) consisting of over 27 nationalities, formed the letters ‘BIST’ spelling out the acronym of the school. This is one of many events happening this academic year in celebration of the school’s 15-Year Anniversary.
Over the last 15 years, Bromsgrove International School Thailand (BIST), with its affiliation to the prestigious Bromsgrove School UK, has become Southeast Asia’s premier British curriculum boarding and day school, for Thai and international students.
Early Years and Primary Production
On Friday 12th June 2015, Early Years and Primary pupils embarked on a musical adventure based around the well known story of the Lion King. Talents were showcased…
Welcome to Bromsgrove International School Thailand
Dr Dan Moore
Headmaster & CEO
Bromsgrove International School Thailand (BIST) provides an outstanding boarding and day school education for students aged 2-18 years.
Being affiliated with Bromsgrove School, UK enables us to draw on over 460 years of experience in education. We aim to bring the best aspects of that history focusing on the development of each student by providing them with a traditional ‘British’ education in an international setting. Academically selective, BIST follows an enhanced form of the English National Curriculum, which enjoys an excellent reputation throughout the world. The emphasis is on how to learn, rather than just memorising factual knowledge, and a great deal of importance is placed on the students’ ability to work independently and to develop their own critical thinking.