KIS Spotlight: Ms Andrea

  Welcome to the first KIS Spotlight of the year! We’ve all briefly met the teachers at the assembly but not all of us have classes with them, so here’s the place to get to know a bit more about the teachers who will be joining us this year. I recently got the pleasantry to…

5 Things to Know (14 – 18 August)

Hello Everybody! It’s the start of a new academic year which means there’s surely more  work and pressure. However, finding time to read about what’s happening around the world is a must! So here are five things you need to know about this week: Monday, 14th August: US getting ready for war against North Korea…

After School Signups!

What better way to spend your time after school than running on the field? Or perhaps you prefer expressing yourself through monologues and performances? Regardless, there’s an after school club that’s just the right fit for you. To register for a club, click here. Signups close on August 20th.

The Wolf’s Howl |17A|

Welcome back! Alright, it’s the new school year, and I believe that there’s nothing better than freshly discovered music to start it off well 😄 Hope you all enjoy the latest selection of good tunes presented by yours truly 🎧:   Someone That Loves You – HONNE Artist(s): HONNE (ft. Izzy Bizu) Album: Warm on a…

The Wolf’s Howl |13J|

As another year at KIS is coming to a close, here’s a new selection of tracks, from a variety of genres to add to your playlist! These are the sounds, old and new, that belong to the playlist(s) I usually listen to, be it working or just spacing out, so hope you like some of…

A Benjarong Bonanza: Grade 10 Fieldtrip to Buran Benjarong

On May 3rd, the Grade 10’s went on a field trip to the Buran Benjarong Benjarong Porcelain factory. It was a meaningful experience for both Thais and non-Thais as it was a chance for us to explore Thai culture and history in a unique art form. A quick introduction to Benjarong before we get into…

5 Things to Know (June 5-9)

Here we are at the closing days of our school year. But just because the doors are closing for our academic year doesn’t mean that the doors to accessing current events shouldn’t! Plenty happened this week, and our job here is to get you up to speed. This is this week’s 5 Things to Know….

Paws and Pens: Their Final Goodbye

His gaze intensifies, carelessly drawing out unwanted emotions that clash behind her broken smiles. Emotions that slowly build up into tears, drops of salty tangs forming an ocean. Slowly pooling down her cheeks, smashing against the wall she has put up. Leaving her once again, bare to him.    

Scary moment’s we’ve all experienced before

You ever had that moment where you’re just casually chilling, laid back either alone or with friends when suddenly. Satan say’s hi. Well, not literally. I meant it as in something as scary as encountering the leader of hell himself. Those scary moments do happen in the MOST unexpected moments and if it hasn’t happened to…

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…