Monday, 18 September 2017


The International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) has praised GIS following a 5-year review.

The review, which is a standard procedure for all IB World schools, looked at every aspect of how the IB Diploma Programme is run at GIS. This included looking at the curriculum, the school's educational beliefs, its leadership, resources and the teaching and learning that takes place.

The 30,000-word document, written by GIS, was sent off earlier this year and the IBO has now released its findings. 

They found that: 'Based on the findings included in the report, the IB has not identified any matters to be addressed.'

The report also commended GIS in several areas, including how the school promotes Thai language by offering Thai A and also how the IB's learner profile is reflected in several subjects.

IB Co-ordinator Mr Mark Beales said: "It's fantastic news to have such a positive report. This confirms everything that we already believed about GIS - that it offers superb value education and the highest academic levels."

News of the review comes after this year's examination results, where for the second-year running GIS students had a 100 per cent pass rate in the IB Diploma. 

The IB Diploma is the world's leading qualification for 16-18 year olds. It is a challenging course that opens doors to the world's leading universities. 

GIS is the most experienced IB Diploma school in this part of Thailand.

Monday, 11 September 2017

Alumni Board


Here is our new Alumni Board for 2017-18, with several new universities added.
Where will you be heading to after you get the IB Diploma?

Monday, 28 August 2017


On Tuesday September 12, parents of IB Diploma students are invited to GIS to learn about some exciting new developments.

The 'Succeeding at IB' evening will start at 7pm and be led by IB Co-ordinator Mr Beales. Parents can find out about the new team of staff who will be helping their children through the IB Diploma Programme. 

They will also hear about extra support for helping students apply for university. 

Coming soon!

Sunday, 18 June 2017

Group 4 Project

The Group 4 Project in IB involves all students working on a Science project. The aim is to work together to come up a presentation based on a common theme - this year the theme was 'water'.

After some creative planning sessions, students produced some amazing performances.



Sunday, 28 May 2017

IB Formal 2017

IB2 students have celebrated the end of their examinations – and the end of school – with a special evening at a five-star hotel.

GIS’ IB students have just finished their examinations for the International Baccalaureate Diploma – the world’s leading qualification for 16-18 year olds.

This year’s IB Formal evening was held on May 27 at the Hilton, Pattaya. Students arrived dressed in their finest suits and gowns and enjoyed an international/Thai buffet. Speeches were made by GIS Principal Mrs Hawtree, IB Coordinator Mr Beales and the IB Form Tutors, Mr Carr and Mr Berry. Mr Berry is the first teacher in the history of GIS to take a Tutor Group all the way through Secondary, from Year 7 to Year 13.

After some great final performances from the talented students, all the IB students made short speeches, thanking their parents and teachers at GIS. The evening ended with the traditional throwing of mortarboards.

After graduating with the IB Diploma, these students will head off to various world-class universities to study everything from journalism, engineering, medicine and movie-making.


Sunday, 23 April 2017

IB2 Leavers' Assembly

GIS said farewell to its oldest students at the IB2 Leavers' Assembly.
The outgoing IB2 students were greeted with a guard of honour and party poppers by the IB1 students. 

Principal Mrs Hawtree then welcomed the students, who are in Year 13, to the whole school assembly.

IB Coordinator Mr Beales introduced several speakers who paid tribute to the IB2 students, including some brothers and sisters in the US, Canada and India. 

The Year 13 students are about to sit their final examinations for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, the world's largest and most-respected course for 16-18 year olds.