KPIS International School in Bangkok seeks to contribute to the welfare of our community by initiating the KPIS Giving Forward Campaign, inspired by the Pay it Forward Thailand Campaign. This is a coupon for food/goods campaign, where participants give out coupons to vendors of needed food/goods, so that they may offer much needed help to those struggling with hard times due to Coronavirus situation. KPIS International School feels this is a great way to offer support to those who have been affected by the Corona Virus situation.To start giving forward, KPIS has distributed coupons to food stalls and grocery stores on and around Ram Indra Soi 34. Steps to Join the Campaign: Make a decision to participate in the KPIS Giving Forward Campaign. Decide on the amount that you would…
👩🍳 This Academic year of 2019-2020, Grade 2 Chefs had cooked up some states of matter chocolate chip cookies! 🍪 Students observed and discussed how heat changes the state of matter in the cookies as each Chef helped mix and prepare the cookies for baking. 🔍🔥 Do you want to try baking some cookies? Here is a link to the recipe. Happy Baking! KPIS International School, Bangkok, Thailand
The first KPIS parent signed up to be a volunteer for the KPIS Parent Organisation(tentative) at the Coffee meeting with the Executive Team. This was a great moment for KPIS. If any parents would be interested to sign up to be a volunteer, please do contact the front office at KPIS International School.
On Thursday the 12th of December, 18 Secondary Students, and 2 teachers of KPIS International School volunteered to clear up trash on the streets near Taco Lake, Bang Phli in collaboration with the Trash Hero Bangkok organization as a Community Service Club Initiative. They collaborated in groups by dividing up the type of trash they collected such as plastic, hard plastic, metal, paper, and glass. They were inspired by how sustainability is about improving decisions in the future but also managing the damage that has already been done. Fulfilling day for our own trash heroes!
KPIS Grades 3-5 students attended the elementary camp at Suan Sampran Riverside, Nakhon Pathom from October 10-11, 2019. There was a variety of activities provided to the students allowing them an opportunity to experience the traditional Thai way of life. The students also continued to foster relationships with their fellow classmates, as well as furthered their independent growth in a group setting. It was an exciting time for both students and staff as they focussed on team building and creating a positive school culture.
KPIS International School: 🖼️Celebrate The Arts Day!🖼️ https://youtu.be/EERpRVRPahM To Celebrate The Arts Day🎨, the KPIS 11th grade art class decided to show everyone how a painting could be done from start to finish. This was done by filming the entire process and then collaborating with the IT Class to convert it into an artistic time-lapse video. The primary goal was to encourage everyone to appreciate the arts of any kind. This project also aimed to assess students' artistic knowledge and technical skills. There is an ESLRs connection; of a self-directed, lifelong learner who takes pride in the quality of their work. Please do stop by at the KPIS Breezeway to have a look at the painting and to appreciate the creativity and hard work of the students and teachers.🎨🖼️
On Friday, August 23rd, 2019, KPIS International School had the privilege of welcoming a handful of UNESCO representatives to school grounds for a presentation on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). The presentation, given to our secondary students, is a result of a growing relationship between KPIS International School and UNESCO. Just last year, KPIS became the first school in Thailand to host UNESCO’s “Writing Peace Exhibit” - a week-long exhibit which promoted the values of language and culture found throughout the world. The SDG presentation gave students and teachers a glimpse into the current state of South East Asia’s progress towards the year 2030 (a year designated by UNESCO to achieve all 17 SDGs). Furthermore, students had the opportunity to ask UNESCO representatives questions related to the history, progress, and…
Dear Parents, On Friday, September 6, we will be hosting our annual Back to School Night/Open House activity at KPIS International School. This is a whole school event offering a chance for all parents to experience their child’s learning environment for the year, see what is already happening, and learn about upcoming units of study, activities, and experiences. Essentially, we open up our classroom doors, and you, our parents, walk into the KPIS experience. What makes this event special is that as parents go with their child to see their teacher(s) and classrooms; together as a community we are able to reinforce our goals for success for the year, including classroom routines, expectations for our children, and how family members can support them here within the community in order to…
This year the Elementary School’s overnight trip for grades 1 - 5 was held at Fountain Tree Resort in Khao Yai. The field trip was held from May 30th-May 31st, 2019. There was a variety of activities provided to the students allowing them an opportunity to continue developing budding relationships with fellow classmates, as well as furthering their independent growth in a group setting. Grades 1-2 and 3-5 were split into two groups to meet the needs of age-appropriate activities and to ensure that all of the students were fully engaged, mentally and physically. There were approximately 30 KPIS staff members, including the school nurse to ensure safety. In addition, the Fountain Tree Resort staff members helped facilitate and supervise the students during planned activities. It was an exciting…
The KPIS International School Grade 5 to Grade 6 Transition meeting for parents was held today at 7. 30 am in the 4th floor, Commons room. It was a great opportunity to meet with Principal Benjamin Edmunds and Counselor John Carr and to learn more about student transitions into middle school.
Please do watch the video of the Shark Guardian visit. The aim of this visit was to promote awareness of conservation and bring the entire school together for a healthy and educational fundraising activity. KPIS International School, Bangkok, Thailand raised 63,904 Baht for this activity. This amount surpassed last year's collection. KPIS would like to thank Mr. Adam, the KPIS Shark Guardian committee, parents, staff and students of the school who helped raise funds for this event. https://youtu.be/Vfx5FZs2uas
You are invited! KPIS 7th Annual Art Exhibition and Silent Auction 🗓️ May 1- 3, 2019 📍KPIS International School Breezeway Instructions to Bid ✅ Scan the QR code ✅ The link provided in the poster allows you to view and choose the painting you want to bid for or fill in the item number of the 🎨painting 🖌️you have chosen ✅ Fill in other information and bidding price🌟 ⭐ Bidding Price updates will be displayed on the monitor in the KPIS Breezeway ⭐ ⭐Winners will be notified by the KPIS Finance⭐
Dear KPIS Parents, You are invited! Please come & watch the Class of 2019 Senior Footprint Presentation The Class of 2019 is graduating and it is time for them to share with us their memories, anecdotes, and reflections throughout these four years of High School Details: Wednesday 1st May, 2019 @ KPIS Auditorium> from 1.30 - 3.00 pm From: KPIS Marketing Team
Do take a moment to watch and appreciate the hard work that the KPIS students have put in for the Stem Fair. Well done to the students and a special thanks to all the teachers and staff who worked hard to put together this activity. The KPIS Stem Fair 2019: https://youtu.be/4WnNd3rVyVI To see photos of the Stem fair, log on to this link on Facebook
Congratulations once again to KPIS student Rotor Thongchua! He participated in the Rotax Max Challenge Thailand, Round 1, Class: Micro Max on 16-17 March 2019. The challenge was held at Bira Kart Circuit, Chon Buri, Pattaya, Thailand. Rotor was the first runner up. Well done Rotor!
The KPIS International School AP Fair was held on Friday, March 22, 2019, in the Commons, 4th Floor. All parents and students of grades 8-11 were invited! The students and families were invited to the fair to learn more about any and all AP courses that interest them. This AP fair communicated the importance and advantages of AP courses to KPIS students and families Students who take AP classes were shown to have an advantage when applying to universities in Thailand and abroad, and they were also able to earn university credit during their high school career. Samples of course syllabi, resources, assessments, and assignments were available for potential students to preview. KPIS teachers who are offering AP courses were available to describe their course(s) and answer questions.
KPIS International School Middle School students sharing their experiences on discrimination in the KPIS Elementary library. It was great to see how open and engaged the students were in sharing and listening to experiences. #middleschool #globalcitizen #internationalschool #bangkok #ramintra
KPIS grade 11 and 12 Honors are eager to present The Crucible, an allegorical theatre play that deliberately sends a message of change - a message of hope - to our society. Set back in the 17th century, Arthur Miller's work has a universal lesson that applies to us today; it speaks of fear, ignorance and suspicion as the trigger of human cruelty and social isolation or persecution.