A to Z of learning at home

A to Z of learning at home

Brighton College International School Bangkok has produced an A to Z guide for its pupils, designed to help them continue as normally as possible during the site closure.

Teaching and learning will continue throughout this period, leveraging technology such as video conferencing and email to ensure that each child can continue their studies, remotely supported by their teachers and tutors.

The A to Z guide includes reminders for pupils to keep active and healthy while at home, as well as advice to keep in touch with teachers and classmates to avoid feeling isolated. It also provides prompts about the opportunities that being at home may offer, such as the chance for pupils to learn a new skill and to focus on their own wellbeing. Being the best version of themselves at home. 

The Headmaster of Brighton College Bangkok, Mr. Michael Walton says, “During these extraordinary times, we want to help our pupils to maintain a sense of normality, with a continued focus on their studies as well as a time to reflect on their own wellbeing. We hope this simple A to Z guide provides useful pointers on how to keep positive and be the best version of themselves while working from home”

About Brighton College Bangkok

Brighton College International School Bangkok opened in September 2016 and is the sister school to Brighton College UK, England’s top co-educational school and the Independent School of the Year 2019, as voted by The Sunday Times. The school offers academic excellence with a culture of curiosity, confidence, and kindness. An iconic 20-acre (50 rai) campus is located in Krungthep Kreetha, east of Bangkok. Easily reached from major highways, the school is a 30-minute drive from downtown Bangkok and a 15-minute drive from Suvarnabhumi Airport. Brighton College Bangkok provides a British Curriculum for children aged 2 – 18. 


Tel: +66 (2) 136 7898


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