Tuesday, 28 February 2017


Sharp dance moves, soaring vocals and even juggling ensured the Secondary Talent Show was a huge hit. 

Organised by Creativity Prefect and IB1 student Tara, the acts performed to a packed audience of Secondary students. 

During the break, while judges decided on the winners, Mr Carr entertained the audience with a juggling masterclass. After some tough deliberations, the winners were an all-girl trio who sang a mash-up of Sugar, Love Me Like You Do and See You Again. In second place was a duet who performed Two is Better Than One and in third spot was another all-girl trio who sang Ride. 

Well done to Tara and her team for organising a great show, and to our technical crew for making everything look and sound so good! 
See highlights from the show here.


Here's how our IB1 students have been combining Art with Physics - the results are impressive!

Sunday, 19 February 2017


PREFECTS and IB1 students helped spread a little love for Valentine's by delivering hundreds of roses, chocolates and gifts.

As well as delivering all the gifts, which included being serenaded, more than 5,000 baht will go to the Baan Khru Boonchuu Special School near Ban Chang, one of GIS's chosen charities for this year.


Well done to the IB1 students who acted as MCs for our Mandarin Night celebration - you both did a great job!

Wednesday, 1 February 2017


The House Council decided to use some of the money they raised last year to give the Year 11 and IB2 students, who have just finished their mock examinations, a well-earned gift.
One student was nearly brought to tears by the kind and thoughtful gift. Good luck for the real examinations!


IB students helped younger students learn about online safety as part of their PSHE lessons.

The IB students who are studying Information Technology in a Global Society (ITGS) came up with three mornings of activities for Years 7-9. This involved look-ing at how to stay safe on social media, what to be aware of and how to ensure students take steps to remain safe when online.

Feedback from the Years 7 to 9 students was very positive—well done to the IB students who organised this!