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April is the hottest month of the year in Northern Thailand, and so it’s fitting that the Thai New Year, which takes place 13th April, is celebrated with a water festival known as Songkran.
On Wednesday 6th April, the students and teachers at Singapore International School, SISB, Chiang Mai celebrated Songkran at school with traditional Thai games and a huge water fight.
As you can see from the pictures below, everyone had a lot of fun… and everyone got soaked !!
School is now closed for the holidays and will reopen Wednesday 19th April.
A local television team visited Singapore International School (SISB) Chiang Mai last month to do a short feature about international education and the opening of SISB’s latest campus in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand.
Click on the link below to see the full report.
On Friday 17th March 2017, primary students from Singapore International School SISB Chiang Mai visited the zoo and aquarium in Chiangmai on an educational trip. The students learnt a lot from the visit and had a lot of fun.
If you want to know more about Singapore International School SISB Chiang Mai, visit the school website www.sisb.ac.th/sisb-chiangmai/
Established in 2001 as the first Singapore International School in Thailand pioneering the Singapore education curriculum, Singapore International School of Bangkok launched SISB Ekkamai as its first campus. SISB currently operates four campuses in Thailand, which adopt the Singapore and UK curricula as the foundation for teaching and learning.
SISB has now opened a new school in Chiang Mai with programmes for students in Nursery, Kindergarten and Primary (P1-P6).
For more information visit the Singapore International School (SISB) Chiangmai website
After eight wonderful year at Varee School, I regretfully announce that I will be leaving at the end of December to begin work at a new school in January.
I feel privileged to have been involved in the development of the English Programme at this school and I would like to thank all the amazing students, great teachers and supportive parents that have made my time here so memorable.