DBS Denla British School is an international school that puts the world-famous British independent school experience at the heart of its teaching philosophy. The school is currently expanding its campus facilities with the addition of two new buildings to accommodate the growing number of students enrolled with learning facilities to prepare our students for university and beyond. I spoke with the Principal, Jonny Liddell, Senior Vice-Principal, Simon Fowler, and Head of Sixth Form, Richard Downs, to find out how DBS prepares its pupils for the future.
Shrewsbury International School Bangkok Riverside has set a new benchmark with its ambitious 1.1 billion Thai baht senior school. The culmination of Project 2021 dramatically increases the provision for Science, Mathematics, Computing, Innovation, Robotics, Sixth-Form, Higher Education Counselling, Dining and Sport at Thailand’s leading independent international school. Nestled on the banks of the famed Chao Phraya River, the sleek, modern Sir David Lees Innovation Centre, incorporating the Stephen Holroyd Sixth Form Commons and the world-class Sports Performance Complex, will ensure the school and its community continue to thrive well into the future.
In 2001, a group of parents started a modest school to provide the best and most holistic education for their children. Two decades later, a single school has turned into five campuses with modern, world-class facilities, and that modest campus is now one of the largest and most vibrant international schools in Thailand. What has remained constant throughout the last 20 years is SISB’s unwavering commitment to teaching students using the best curricula, and nurturing them toward excellence in whatever field they choose to pursue. Most importantly, SISB paves a defined pathway for our students to gain entry into the top universities from around the world. These are some of the numerous success stories of SISB.
It has been two months in, and the Phuket Sandbox Scheme has proved successful with over 26,400 tourists circulating over 1,634 million baht. Along with the economic achievement comes an initiative to open school gates again to offer students on the island a more expansive learning experience after a year of challenging online classrooms in 2020, in a step approved by Phuket’s governor and disease control committee.
On the school opening day of 10th September 2020, Headmaster Thomas Banyard was one of the first to arrive at King’s College International School Bangkok.