Should Plastic Bags be Banned?

The convenience of using plastic bags is highly affecting our environment and our health. By throwing away plastic bags, they don’t just disappear. According to Conserve Energy Future, “currently, there are approximately 46,000-1,000,000 plastic fragments floating within every square mile of the globe’s oceans”. This is one reason why plastic bags should be banned. As…

G11 ESS & Biology- Bugs & Mud Trip to Chiang Mai

The following article was written by Fah G11. The G11 Biology and ESS class went on the Bugs and Mud trip to Chiang Mai to apply what we have learned in class to the external world. The Bugs and Mud trip lived up to its name with us walking into the jungle, fighting leeches, and…

The Storm

Yes. He did it. He’s almost there now. I see as he splashes the water around with his muscular arms. The tips of his fingers were tinted icy blue, and his battered clothes stuck to his skin like a glove. Just a few more meters left. I smiled tenderly as I saw my child making…

Paws & Pens: The Nature of Irony

I peel at the bark of the thick trunk, As opaque pale sap dribbles down the height. The fiber inside this precious tree Will weave a page of blank, spotless white. I dunk the fiber into a vat, Then another, then another. I bleach and bleach the fiber til The only one color reflects any…

Environmental Week!

The following article was written by Thinzar (G11). Student Council is organising an Environmental Week from 19 to 23 March so that you can learn about the environment and natural community that we live in. The idea is to bring our school community together through a range of interactive and fun activities in order to…

World Wildlife Day

In 2013, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) declared March 3rd to be the World Wildlife Day with the aim of raising awareness and celebrating the world’s animals and plants. This ties in quite well with Mammals Monday (don’t forget to dress up for Spirit Week!). This year’s theme (of World Wildlife Day) is “Big…

Wolf Reads #22

This week, some great stand-alone books. Where Things Come Back Goodreads rating: 3.81 It’s the summer before senior year. Seventeen-year-old Cullen Witter is an average teenager in an average town in Arkansas. Nothing exciting ever happens. Life in Arkansas is a dull ride and Cullen can’t wait to graduate and move on to a less…

Your Convenience is Their Extinction

The following article was written by Jean, Pippa, Eugene and Nan (G10). Did you know that more than 100,000 turtles and other marine animals, such as dolphins, whales and seals, are killed by plastic every year around the world? Plastic is considered to be one of the most common man-made objects found in the ocean…

WATER & SANITATION: Campaign

Hi there! Together from 10B, Sha Sha, Claire, Monet and I (Avi) are campaigning for improving the condition of water and sanitation facilities in Bangkok. And the betterment of the situation starts with you. This right here is an article for promoting our Water & Sanitation Campaign products, which is a part of our Design summative….

Water Bottle Wednesday Results

Water Bottle Wednesday (WBW) happened on April 26 as part of Environmental Week. It was a house competition in which all of you were encouraged to bring reusable water bottles to school. A huge thank you to the 75 students who participated in this event! The results are as follows: 1st place (40 points) – TOSAKAN…