Bromsgrove International School celebrates its 20th anniversary in Thailand

Bromsgrove International School celebrates its 20th anniversary in Thailand

Bromsgrove International School Thailand (BIST), a leading boarding and day British international school, is celebrating its 20th anniversary in Thailand. Founded by Thiti Pawakranond, a well-known businessman and former Chairman of Oriental Siam Co.,Ltd, BIST first opened its doors in 2002 when it was known as Windsor International School. Shortly afterwards, in 2004, the school became affiliated with the prestigious Bromsgrove School UK, established in 1553 and a top ten co-educational boarding and day school in England.

“We are very excited to mark the 20th anniversary of BIST in Thailand. This 20-year milestone is testament to our exceptional international school community, quality of our education and the strong partnerships we have developed together which have sustained and fuelled our growth over the past 20 years,” said Dr Dan Moore, CEO and Headmaster of the school. 

Since its founding, BIST has strived to provide a truly outstanding boarding and day school environment in eastern Bangkok. BIST’s student-centred approach to education, coupled with its excellent boarding provision, pastoral care and wide-ranging enrichment opportunities, has meant that all students can achieve their utmost potential and develop into truly global citizens.

As part of BIST’s 20th Anniversary celebration, the school has launched its new Academic Enrichment Programme (AEP) consisting of a wide range of additional academic, sports and performing arts activities (in addition to the usual daily Extra Curricular Activities (ECA) programme that all BIST students partake in). The AEP programme includes coding, STEM, robotics, advanced mathematics, IELTS training, Chinese language and Korean language, swimming, football, music and performance drama.

“We are very excited to begin our 20th year at BIST with the launch of the new Academic Enrichment Programme (AEP) that further extends our already well-established activities programme. The AEP was designed to provide an even wider range of enrichment opportunities for all our students on our Windsor Park campus, enabling them to become involved in even more developmental activities outside of the normal academic programme. As a school we are always developing and improving our educational provision and will continue to do so over the next 20 years,” said Dr Moore. 

A gala concert to celebrate the 20th anniversary will take place on Friday November 18, 2022 with the Board of Governor members including the Bromsgrove School UK leadership in attendance. 


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