By Dr. Shanell
Students in Grade 5 at KIS International School in Bangkok, Thailand, learned about migration.
KIS Grade 10 students debated on the pros and cons of technology and social media... in Spanish.
As part of grade 2's inquiry into settlements and why we live in certain places, students explored land forms using the augmented reality sandbox.
Prateek, Grade 11 student at KIS, recently won a writing competition celebrating Masala Lite magazine's 10th year anniversary.
KIS is proud to share the news that Puthipong (Sun) from Grade 12 submitted an essay about climate change to The Economist. An excerpt of his piece was selected to be published on their website. You can find his article on The Economist website here and you can read the full essay below.
In support of their Unit of Inquiry on migration, KIS Grade 5 students were locked out of their classrooms one afternoon and told to find a new place to go.
KIS Primary Students participated in House teamwork activities.
At the start of the academic year, KIS's Primary School students were thrilled to discover the new playgrounds which were built during the summer holidays.