It’s a wrap! Have a wonderful summer, get loads of rest, read tonnes of books and perhaps binge-watch a few TV shows. See you in August! Featured image by Monet (G11).
The following article was written by Hana, Angel, Iya and Malin (G7). The World’s Largest Lesson is a project created by an organization from Japan, called Educational Cooperation NGO Network (JNNE). It is a global event to help understand the current state of education around the world and to think about the importance of it….
This speech was written by Martin G10 as part of an English assignment. Have you ever looked at yourself in a mirror and just started crying? Have you ever just looked down at every part of your body noticedall theflaws you have,all the fat that’s clinging on every part of your body and all the…
The following speech was written by Fah G10 as part of an English assignment. A disguise, a coverup, or a label? Sometimes I question if people really see me. My whole life, I’ve been compared to my sister. I’ve been her twin, merely just a reflection of her. Despite resenting these comments, despite not wanting…
This month, I interviewed P’Na from CO’16! Na is currently a second-year at the University of Chicago. Here’s what he had to say!
This week will be a Casual Friday! The theme is simply “Just Casual.” It will cost 20 Baht as usual. Featured image by Jean (G11).
Breaststroke, Backstroke, Butterfly & Freestyle. These are the strokes that we do when competing. These strokes were seen last Saturday, the swimming team had a competition at Harrow for their annual 2 Fast 2 Furious swim competition.
Don’t we all think that this academic year has flown by so quickly? I agree that we encountered loads of experiences and fun moments together, but now the countdown has begun! Fifteen more days till summer begins! As we know, this is the last year for our 12th graders here at KIS, so this post…
Today is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, #may17IDAHOT. If you ever wondered why homophobia exists, and wish to change this way of thinking, then read on.
This post has been written in English and Thai by Yeewa (G11) The featured image has been designed by Ohm (G11)